程式扎記: [ 常見問題 ] Is there a Groovy way of making a method synchronized?

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2015年11月6日 星期五

[ 常見問題 ] Is there a Groovy way of making a method synchronized?

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Question 
I'm working with Groovy 1.7.2. There are methods which needs to be Synchronized , is there any groovier way of doing this or I have to follow same Java way of putting synchronized keyword before method. For example: 
  1. synchronized static def  Map getMap(def fileName) { }  
How-To 
If you can upgrade to Groovy 1.7.3 you can use the Synchronized AST transformation instead. You can use the annotation on instance and static methods. The annotation will create a lock variable in your class (or you can use an existing variable) and the code is synchronized on that lock variable. 

The usage of a synchronized block should be preferred over adding the keyword to the method. If you use the synchronized keyword on the method you synchronize on this which means that all other threads that want to access any of the methods in your class have to wait until the lock is free again
  1. import groovy.transform.Synchronized  
  2.   
  3. class YourClass {  
  4.     @Synchronized  
  5.     static Map getMap(def fileName) {  
  6.         ...  
  7.     }  
  8. }  
Supplement 
[ GroovyGN ] Synchronized Annotation for Synchronizing Methods

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