Interface VersionConstraint

    • Method Detail

      • getName

        String getName()
        Returns this constraint's name.
        Returns:
        this constraint's name
      • getVersionRange

        VersionRange getVersionRange()
        Returns the version range for this constraint.
        Returns:
        the version range for this constraint, or null
      • getBundle

        BundleDescription getBundle()
        Returns the bundle that declares this constraint.
        Returns:
        a bundle description
      • isResolved

        boolean isResolved()
        Returns whether this constraint is resolved. A resolved constraint is guaranteed to have its supplier defined.
        Returns:
        true if this bundle is resolved, false otherwise
      • isSatisfiedBy

        boolean isSatisfiedBy​(BaseDescription supplier)
        Returns whether this constraint could be satisfied by the given supplier. This will depend on the suppliers different attributes including its name, versions and other arbitrary attributes
        Parameters:
        supplier - a supplier to be tested against this constraint (may be null)
        Returns:
        true if this constraint could be resolved using the supplier, false otherwise
      • getSupplier

        BaseDescription getSupplier()
        Returns the supplier that satisfies this constraint, if it is resolved.
        Returns:
        a supplier, or null
        See Also:
        isResolved()
      • getRequirement

        BundleRequirement getRequirement()
        Returns the requirement represented by this constraint. Some constraint types may not be able to represent a requirement. In such cases null is returned.
        Returns:
        the requirement represented by this constraint
        Since:
        3.7
      • getUserObject

        Object getUserObject()
        Returns the user object associated to this constraint, or null if none exists.
        Returns:
        the user object associated to this constraint, or null
        Since:
        3.8
      • setUserObject

        void setUserObject​(Object userObject)
        Associates a user-provided object to this constraint, or removes an existing association, if null is provided. The provided object is not interpreted in any ways by this constrain.
        Parameters:
        userObject - an arbitrary object provided by the user, or null
        Since:
        3.8