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Classes:

Getopt: This is a Java port of GNU getopt, a class for parsing command line arguments passed to programs. It it based on the C getopt() functions in glibc 2.0.6 and should parse options in a 100% compatible manner. If it does not, that is a bug. The programmer's interface is also very compatible. To use Getopt, create a Getopt object with a argv array passed to the main method, then call the getopt() method in a loop. It will return an int that contains the value of the option character parsed from the command line. When there are no more options to be parsed, it returns -1. A command line option can be ...
PipelineFactory: This provides static factory methods for creating simple event pipelines. These pipelines are specified by strings, suitable for passing on command lines or embedding in element attributes. For example, one way to write a pipeline that restores namespace syntax, validates (stopping the pipeline on validity errors) and then writes valid data to standard output is this: nsfix | validate | write ( stdout ) In this syntax, the tokens are always separated by whitespace, and each stage of the pipeline may optionally have a parameter (which can be a pipeline) in parentheses. Interior stages are called ...
ValidationConsumer: This class checks SAX2 events to report validity errors; it works as both a filter and a terminus on an event pipeline. It relies on the producer of SAX events to: Conform to the specification of a non-validating XML parser that reads all external entities, reported using SAX2 events. Report ignorable whitespace as such (through the ContentHandler interface). This is, strictly speaking, optional for nonvalidating XML processors. Make SAX2 DeclHandler callbacks, with default attribute values already normalized (and without "<"). Make SAX2 LexicalHandler startDTD() and endDTD () callbacks. Act ...
GenKeyCmd: The -genkey keytool command handler is used to generate a key pair (a public, and associated private keys). It then generates a self-signed X509 v1 certificate (authenticating the public key) and stores this certificate and the private key in the key store associating both to a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default ...
ImportCmd: The -import keytool command handler is used to read an X.509 certificate, or a PKCS#7 Certificate Reply from a designated input source and incorporate the certificates into the key store. If the Alias does not already exist in the key store, the tool treats the certificate read from the input source as a new Trusted Certificate. It then attempts to discover a chain-of-trust, starting from that certificate and ending at another Trusted Certificate , already stored in the key store. If the -trustcacerts option is present, an additional key store, of type JKS named cacerts , and assumed to be present ...
ScanEngine: The ScanEngine is the main class of the backend of the XML persistence algorithm. It scans java.beans.Expression and java.beans.Statement instances and some raw objects via the writeObject(java.lang.Object) 55 method and feeds it to a state machine. The state machine then constructs and object tree which is finally written as XML by a Writer implementation. How does it work? The ScanEngine sits below the java.beans.XMLEncoder class and is called by it exclusively. The XMLEncoder sends interpretive data by invoking writeExpression(java.beans.Expression) 55 , writeStatement(java.beans.Statement) ...
SelfCertCmd: The -selfcert keytool command handler is used to generate a self- signed X.509 version 1 certificate using key store credentials stored under a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -sigalg ALGORITHM The canonical name of the digital ...
EventFilter: A customizable event consumer, used to assemble various kinds of filters using SAX handlers and an optional second consumer. It can be constructed in two ways: To serve as a passthrough, sending all events to a second consumer. The second consumer may be identified through getNext() 55 . To serve as a dead end, with all handlers null; getNext() 55 returns null. Additionally, SAX handlers may be assigned, which completely replace the "upstream" view (through EventConsumer ) of handlers, initially null or the "next" consumer provided to the constructor. To make it easier to build specialized filter ...
CertReqCmd: The -certreq keytool command handler is used to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) in PKCS#10 format. The ASN.1 specification of a CSR, as stated in RFC-2986 is as follows: CertificationRequest ::= SEQUENCE { certificationRequestInfo CertificationRequestInfo, signatureAlgorithm AlgorithmIdentifier, signature BIT STRING } CertificationRequestInfo ::= SEQUENCE { version INTEGER -- v1(0) subject Name, subjectPKInfo SubjectPublicKeyInfo, attributes [0] IMPLICIT Attributes -- see note later } SubjectPublicKeyInfo ::= SEQUENCE { algorithm AlgorithmIdentifier, subjectPublicKey BIT STRING } IMPORTANT ...
OFB: The Output Feedback (OFB) mode is a confidentiality mode that requires a unique IV for every message that is ever encrypted under the given key. The OFB mode is defined as follows: OFB Encryption: I 1 = IV; I j = O j -1 for j = 2...n; O j = CIPH K (I j ) for j = 1, 2...n; C j = P j XOR O j for j = 1, 2...n. OFB Decryption: I 1 = IV; I j = O j -1 for j = 2...n; O j = CIPH K (I j ) for j = 1, 2...n; P j = C j XOR O j for j = 1, 2...n. In OFB encryption, the IV is transformed by the forward cipher function to produce the first output block. The first output block is exclusive-ORed with the first plaintext ...
ServiceFactory: A factory for plug-ins that conform to a service provider interface. This is a general mechanism that gets used by a number of packages in the Java API. For instance, java.nio.charset.spi.CharsetProvider allows to write custom encoders and decoders for character sets, javax.imageio.spi.ImageReaderSpi allows to support custom image formats, and javax.print.PrintService makes it possible to write custom printer drivers. The plug-ins are concrete implementations of the service provider interface, which is defined as an interface or an abstract class. The implementation classes must be public and have ...
Option: This is the principal base class for all Option classes. It contains constructors for short and long option initialization, utility members for help reporting and file writing, and deprecation facilities. Options that provide array support should inherit from the ArrayOption class, and follow the guidelines defined both in the Option and ArrayOption class descriptions. Non-abstract subclasses should implement the modify method. When an option is invoked, the value of the option is passed to the modify method. Subclasses should provide several constructors so that registration is simple and uniform. ...
UMac32: The implementation of the UMAC (Universal Message Authentication Code). The UMAC algorithms described are parameterized . This means that various low-level choices, like the endian convention and the underlying cryptographic primitive, have not been fixed. One must choose values for these parameters before the authentication tag generated by UMAC (for a given message, key, and nonce) becomes fully-defined. In this document we provide two collections of parameter settings, and have named the sets UMAC16 and UMAC32 . The parameter sets have been chosen based on experimentation and provide good performance ...
KeyCloneCmd: The -keyclone keytool command handler is used to clone an existing key store entry associated with a designated alias, with its private key and chain of certificates. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -dest ALIAS Use this option to specify the new ...
GThreadNativeMethodRunner: Implements pthread_create(), under glib's gthread abstraction, for use with GNU Classpath's --portable-native-sync option. This is used in gthread-jni.c Also implements a registry for threads, mapping Thread objects to small integers. The registry uses weak references for threads that aren't joinable, so that they will be garbage collected. There are a number of possible alternative implementations. The rest of this comment consists of an answer to a question that was raised on the commit-classpath mailing list: Mark Wielaard wrote: > Can't we assume that jobject and gpointer are both (void *) ...
ExportCmd: The -export keytool command handler is used to read the certificate associated with a designated alias from the key store, and write it to a designated file. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -file FILE_NAME The fully qualified path of the file where ...
KeyPasswdCmd: The -keypasswd keytool command handler is used to change the password protecting the private key associated to a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -keypass PASSWORD Use this option to specify the password which the tool will use to ...
GnuConfiguration: An implementation of the javax.security.auth.login.Configuration class which interprets JAAS Login Configuration files written in the default syntax described in the publicly available documentation of that class. A more formal definition of this syntax is as follows: CONFIG ::= APP_OR_OTHER_ENTRY+ APP_OR_OTHER_ENTRY ::= APP_NAME_OR_OTHER JAAS_CONFIG_BLOCK APP_NAME_OR_OTHER ::= APP_NAME | 'other' JAAS_CONFIG_BLOCK ::= '{' (LOGIN_MODULE_ENTRY ';')+ '}' ';' LOGIN_MODULE_ENTRY ::= MODULE_CLASS FLAG MODULE_OPTION* ';' FLAG ::= 'required' | 'requisite' | 'sufficient' | 'optional' MODULE_OPTION ::= PARAM_NAME ...
RE: RE provides the user interface for compiling and matching regular expressions. A regular expression object (class RE) is compiled by constructing it from a String, StringBuffer or character array, with optional compilation flags (below) and an optional syntax specification (see RESyntax; if not specified, RESyntax.RE_SYNTAX_PERL5 is used). Once compiled, a regular expression object is reusable as well as threadsafe: multiple threads can use the RE instance simultaneously to match against different input text. Various methods attempt to match input text against a compiled regular expression. These ...
XCat: Packages OASIS XML Catalogs , primarily for entity resolution by parsers. That specification defines an XML syntax for mappings between identifiers declared in DTDs (particularly PUBLIC identifiers) and locations. SAX has always supported such mappings, but conventions for an XML file syntax to maintain them have previously been lacking. This has three main operational modes. The primary intended mode is to create a resolver, then preloading it with one or more site-standard catalogs before using it with one or more SAX parsers: XCat catalog = new XCat (); catalog.setErrorHandler (diagnosticErrorHandler); ...
ListCmd: The -list keytool command handler is used to output one or all key store entries. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -storetype STORE_TYP} Use this option to specify the type of the key store to use. The default value, if this option is omitted, is ...
DSSSignature: The DSS (Digital Signature Standard) algorithm makes use of the following parameters: p: A prime modulus, where 2 L-1 < p < 2 L for 512 <= L <= 1024 and L a multiple of 64 . q: A prime divisor of p - 1 , where 2 159 < q < 2 160 . g: Where g = h (p-1) /q mod p , where h is any integer with 1 < h < p - 1 such that h (p-1) /q mod p > 1 ( g has order q mod p ). x: A randomly or pseudorandomly generated integer with 0 < x < q . y: y = g x mod p . k: A randomly or pseudorandomly generated integer with 0 < k < q . The integers p , q , and g can be public and can be ...
DeleteCmd: The -delete keytool command handler is used to delete from the key store the entry associated with a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -storetype STORE_TYP} Use this option to specify the type of the key store to use. The default ...
VirtualMachine: A virtual machine for interpreting TrueType bytecodes. Lack of Thread Safety: The virtual machine is intentionally not safe to access from multiple concurrent threads. Synchronization needs to be performed externally. Usually, the font has already obtained a lock before calling the scaler, which in turn calls the VM. It would be wasteful to acquire additional locks for the VM. Implementation Status: The current implementation can execute pre-programs of fonts, but it does not yet actually move any points. Control flow and arithmeti instructions are implemented, but most geometric instructions are ...
NotifyOption: The NotifyOption class is used to register options that when invoked notify a listener. This provides an interface for event-driven options processing. In order for a class to be notified, it must implement the OptionListener interface. When the option is invoked, the corresponding short, long, and option values are put in an OptionEvent object, and passed to all registered listeners. A class must implement the OptionListener interface in order to receive notification of option events. For a more detailed explanation please refer to the tutorial. The following is a simple example of how a NotifyOption ...

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