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Commit 114fa2ab authored by Stefan Marr's avatar Stefan Marr
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Started Object and Class implementation

Signed-off-by: default avatarStefan Marr <git@stefan-marr.de>
parent fdb3be28
from som.interpreter.interpreter import Interpreter
from som.vm.symbol_table import SymbolTable
from som.vmobjects.object import Object
from som.vmobjects.clazz import Class
import os
......@@ -35,6 +36,9 @@ class Universe(object):
self._classpath = None
self._dump_bytecodes = False
def nilObject(self):
return self._nilObject
def interpret(self, arguments):
......@@ -113,7 +117,7 @@ class Universe(object):
self._doubleClass = self.new_system_class()
# Setup the class reference for the nil object
# Initialize the system classes
self._initialize_system_class(self._objectClass, None, "Object")
......@@ -163,3 +167,14 @@ class Universe(object):
self.setGlobal(self.symbol_for("system"), self._systemObject)
self.setGlobal(self.symbol_for("System"), self._systemClass)
self.setGlobal(self.symbol_for("Block"), self._blockClass)
def new_metaclass_class(self):
# Allocate the metaclass classes
result = Class(self)
# Setup the metaclass hierarchy
# Return the freshly allocated metaclass class
return result
from som.vmobjects.object import Object
class Class(Object):
# Static field indices and number of class fields
def __init__(self, universe, number_of_fields = None):
super(Class, self).__init__(universe.nilObject, number_of_fields)
self._invokables_table = {}
self._universe = universe
def get_super_class(self):
# Get the super class by reading the field with super class index
return self.get_field(self.SUPER_CLASS_INDEX)
def set_super_class(self, value):
# Set the super class by writing to the field with super class index
self.set_field(self.SUPER_CLASS_INDEX, value)
def has_super_class(self):
# Check whether or not this class has a super class
return self.get_field(self.SUPER_CLASS_INDEX) != self._universe.nilObject
def get_name(self):
# Get the name of this class by reading the field with name index
return self.get_field(self.NAME_INDEX)
def set_name(self, value):
# Set the name of this class by writing to the field with name index
self.set_field(self.NAME_INDEX, value)
def get_instance_fields(self):
# Get the instance fields by reading the field with the instance fields index
return self.get_field(self.INSTANCE_FIELD_INDEX)
def set_instance_fields(self, value):
# Set the instance fields by writing to the field with the instance fields index
self.set_field(self.INSTANCE_FIELD_INDEX, value)
class Object(object):
def __init__(self, nilObject):
# Static field indices and number of object fields
def __init__(self, nilObject, number_of_fields = None):
num_fields = number_of_fields if number_of_fields else self._get_default_number_of_fields()
self._fields = None
self.set_number_of_fields_and_clear(num_fields, nilObject)
def get_class(self):
# Get the class of this object by reading the field with class index
return self.get_field(self.CLASS_INDEX)
def set_class(self, value):
# Set the class of this object by writing to the field with class index
self.set_field(self.CLASS_INDEX, value)
def get_field_name(self, index):
# Get the name of the field with the given index
return self.get_class().get_instance_field_name(index)
def get_field_index(self, name):
# Get the index for the field with the given name
return self.get_class().lookup_field_fndex(name)
def get_number_of_fields(self):
# Get the number of fields in this object
return len(self._fields)
def set_number_of_fields_and_clear(self, value, nilObject):
# Allocate a new array of fields
self._fields = [nilObject] * value
def _get_default_number_of_fields(self):
# Return the default number of fields in an object
def get_field(self, index):
# Get the field with the given index
return self._fields[index]
def set_field(self, index, value):
# Set the field with the given index to the given value
self._fields[index] = value
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