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Change method target to variable

org.openrewrite.java.ChangeMethodTargetToVariable Change method invocations to method calls on a variable.

Source

  • groupId: org.openrewrite
  • artifactId: rewrite-java
  • version: 7.35.0

Options

Type
Name
Description
String
methodPattern
A method pattern that is used to find matching method invocations.
String
variableName
Name of variable to use as target for the modified method invocation.
String
variableType
Type attribution to use for the return type of the modified method invocation.
Boolean
matchOverrides
Optional. When enabled, find methods that are overrides of the method pattern.

Usage

This recipe has required configuration parameters. Recipes with required configuration parameters cannot be activated directly. To activate this recipe you must create a new recipe which fills in the required parameters. In your rewrite.yml create a new recipe with a unique name. For example: com.yourorg.ChangeMethodTargetToVariableExample. Here's how you can define and customize such a recipe within your rewrite.yml:
rewrite.yml
---
type: specs.openrewrite.org/v1beta/recipe
name: com.yourorg.ChangeMethodTargetToVariableExample
displayName: Change method target to variable example
recipeList:
- org.openrewrite.java.ChangeMethodTargetToVariable:
methodPattern: org.mycorp.A method(..)
variableName: foo
variableType: java.lang.String
matchOverrides: null
Now that com.yourorg.ChangeMethodTargetToVariableExample has been defined activate it in your build file:
Gradle
Maven
build.gradle
plugins {
id("org.openrewrite.rewrite") version("5.34.0")
}
rewrite {
activeRecipe("com.yourorg.ChangeMethodTargetToVariableExample")
}
repositories {
mavenCentral()
}
pom.xml
<project>
<build>
<plugins>
<plugin>
<groupId>org.openrewrite.maven</groupId>
<artifactId>rewrite-maven-plugin</artifactId>
<version>4.39.0</version>
<configuration>
<activeRecipes>
<recipe>com.yourorg.ChangeMethodTargetToVariableExample</recipe>
</activeRecipes>
</configuration>
</plugin>
</plugins>
</build>
</project>
Recipes can also be activated directly from the command line by adding the argument -Drewrite.activeRecipes=com.yourorg.ChangeMethodTargetToVariableExample

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