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An implementation of BiVariable for JSR223 style global variable. The assigned
name is like a local variables in Java, but a global in Ruby.
- Yoko Harada <firstname.lastname@example.org>
private static String pattern = "([a-zA-Z]|(_([a-zA-Z]|_|\\d)))([a-zA-Z]|_|\\d)*";
Returns an instance of this class. This factory method is used when a local
global type variable is put into
runtime Ruby runtime
name a variable name
javaObject Java object that should be assigned to.
- the instance of LocalGlobalVariable
super(receiver, name, javaObject);
A constructor used when local global type variables are retrieved from Ruby.
name the local global type variable name
irubyObject Ruby global object
super(receiver, name, irubyObject);
Retrieves global variables eagerly from Ruby right after the evaluation. The
variable names to be retrieved must be in a variable map.
receiver receiver object returned when a script is evaluated.
vars map to save retrieved global variables.
Retrieves a global variable by key from Ruby runtime after the evaluation.
This method is used when eager retrieval is off.
runtime Ruby runtime
vars map to save a retrieved global variable.
key name of the global variable
Returns enum type of this variable defined in
- this enum type, BiVariable.Type.GlobalVariable.
Returns true if the given name is a local global type variable. Unless
name is a name to be checked.
- true if the given name is of a local global type variable.
Injects a global value to a parsed Ruby script. This method is
invoked during EvalUnit#run() is executed.