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ViewDebug.ExportedProperty

public static abstract @interface ViewDebug.ExportedProperty
implements Annotation

android.view.ViewDebug.ExportedProperty


This annotation can be used to mark fields and methods to be dumped by the view server. Only non-void methods with no arguments can be annotated by this annotation.

Summary

Public methods

String category()

Specifies the category the property falls into, such as measurement, layout, drawing, etc.

boolean deepExport()

When deep export is turned on, this property is not dumped.

FlagToString[] flagMapping()

A flags mapping can be defined to map flags encoded in an integer to specific strings.

boolean formatToHexString()

Indicates whether or not to format an int or byte value as a hex string.

boolean hasAdjacentMapping()

Indicates whether or not the key to value mappings are held in adjacent indices.

IntToString[] indexMapping()

A mapping can be defined to map array indices to specific strings.

IntToString[] mapping()

A mapping can be defined to map int values to specific strings.

String prefix()

The prefix to use on child properties when deep export is enabled

boolean resolveId()

When resolveId is true, and if the annotated field/method return value is an int, the value is converted to an Android's resource name.

Inherited methods

From interface java.lang.annotation.Annotation

Public methods

category

String category ()

Specifies the category the property falls into, such as measurement, layout, drawing, etc.

Returns
String the category as String

deepExport

boolean deepExport ()

When deep export is turned on, this property is not dumped. Instead, the properties contained in this property are dumped. Each child property is prefixed with the name of this property.

Returns
boolean true if the properties of this property should be dumped

See also:

flagMapping

FlagToString[] flagMapping ()

A flags mapping can be defined to map flags encoded in an integer to specific strings. A mapping can be used to see human readable values for the flags of an integer:

 @ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(flagMapping = {
     @ViewDebug.FlagToString(mask = ENABLED_MASK, equals = ENABLED,
             name = "ENABLED"),
     @ViewDebug.FlagToString(mask = ENABLED_MASK, equals = DISABLED,
             name = "DISABLED"),
 })
 private int mFlags;
 

 A specified String is output when the following is true:

Returns
FlagToString[] An array of int to String mappings

formatToHexString

boolean formatToHexString ()

Indicates whether or not to format an int or byte value as a hex string.

Returns
boolean true if the supported values should be formatted as a hex string.

hasAdjacentMapping

boolean hasAdjacentMapping ()

Indicates whether or not the key to value mappings are held in adjacent indices. Note: Applies only to fields and methods that return String[].

Returns
boolean true if the key to value mappings are held in adjacent indices.

indexMapping

IntToString[] indexMapping ()

A mapping can be defined to map array indices to specific strings. A mapping can be used to see human readable values for the indices of an array:

 @ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(indexMapping = {
     @ViewDebug.IntToString(from = 0, to = "INVALID"),
     @ViewDebug.IntToString(from = 1, to = "FIRST"),
     @ViewDebug.IntToString(from = 2, to = "SECOND")
 })
 private int[] mElements;
 

Returns
IntToString[] An array of int to String mappings

mapping

IntToString[] mapping ()

A mapping can be defined to map int values to specific strings. For instance, View.getVisibility() returns 0, 4 or 8. However, these values actually mean VISIBLE, INVISIBLE and GONE. A mapping can be used to see these human readable values:

 @ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(mapping = {
     @ViewDebug.IntToString(from = 0, to = "VISIBLE"),
     @ViewDebug.IntToString(from = 4, to = "INVISIBLE"),
     @ViewDebug.IntToString(from = 8, to = "GONE")
 })
 public int getVisibility() { ...
 

Returns
IntToString[] An array of int to String mappings

prefix

String prefix ()

The prefix to use on child properties when deep export is enabled

Returns
String a prefix as a String

See also:

resolveId

boolean resolveId ()

When resolveId is true, and if the annotated field/method return value is an int, the value is converted to an Android's resource name.

Returns
boolean true if the property's value must be transformed into an Android resource name, false otherwise
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