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package org.jruby.runtime;

import java.util.WeakHashMap;
import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.Map;
import org.jruby.Ruby;

import org.jruby.RubyModule;
import org.jruby.internal.runtime.methods.DynamicMethod;
import org.jruby.util.WeakIdentityHashMap;

 * This class represents mappings between methods that have been cached and the classes which
 * have cached them.  Methods within RubyModule will update this cacheMap as needed.  Here is
 * a list of scenarios when cached methods will become invalid:
 *  1. Redefine a method in a base class
 *  2. Add an alias in a superclass that is the same name as a cached method in a base class
 *  3. Include a module that has a same-named method as one already caches in a base class
 *  4. Remove a method definition
 *  5. Add a same-named method in super class that has been cached in a super class
 * Concurrency is another concern with managing this structure.  Rather than synchronize this
 * we are going to rely on synchronization further upstream.  RubyModule methods that directly
 * call this is responsible for synchronization.
public class CacheMap {
  private final Map mappings = new WeakHashMap();
    private final Ruby runtime;
    public CacheMap(Ruby runtime) {
        this.runtime = runtime;
     * Add another class to the list of classes which are caching the method.
     * @param method which is cached
     * @param module which is caching method
    public void add(DynamicMethod method, RubyModule module) {
        Map classList = (Map) mappings.get(method);
        if (classList == null) {
            classList = new WeakIdentityHashMap();
            mappings.put(method, classList);
     * Remove all method caches associated with the provided method.  This signature
     * relies on having the methods valid name passed with it since the caching classes
     * store the cache by name.
     * @param name of the method to remove
     * @param method to remove all caches of
    public void remove(String name, DynamicMethod method) {
        Map classList = (Map) mappings.remove(method);
        // Removed method has never been used so it has not been cached
        if (classList == null) {
        for(Iterator iter = classList.keySet().iterator(); iter.hasNext();) {
            RubyModule module = (RubyModule);
            if (module != null) {
                if (module.index != 0) {
                    runtime.getSelectorTable().table[module.index][MethodIndex.getIndex(name)] = 0;
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