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authorVolker Hilsheimer <>2023-09-12 11:37:37 +0200
committerVolker Hilsheimer <>2023-09-23 07:24:26 +0200
commit941f49b0188c6f396a6dd6174c791029a0bed6ab (patch)
tree20ce23d388d44d4ab7626e273733a92cf193b5cb /tests/benchmarks/network/access/qnetworkreply
parent9965630aaf00d81c656baff5072dda9477544d97 (diff)
JNI: treat enums as their underlying typesHEADdev
Android APIs use integer constants like enum values, so they are mapped to one of the integeral types (jint, jshort, jlong etc) on the C++ side. Enable C++ code to declare an equivalent enum (scoped or unscoped), and to use that enum as a type in JNI calls by treating it as the underlying type in the signature() generator. Add a helper type trait that maps enums to their underlying type and other integral types to themselves (we can't use std::underlying_type_t on a non-enum type). Add tests. Note: Java Enums are special classes with fields; this change does not add any special support for those. Change-Id: Iec430a1553152dcf7a24209aaebbeceb1c6e38a8 Reviewed-by: Petri Virkkunen <> Reviewed-by: Zoltan Gera <> Reviewed-by: Juha Vuolle <>
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