A folder that represents a maven local repository using the standard layout. Any folder called “repository” with a parent name “.m2” is considered to be a maven repository.
Gets a Jar file contained within this repository.
Gets any jar artifacts in this repository that match the pom project definition. This is an over approximation. For soft qualifiers (e.g. 1.0) we return precise matches in preference to artefact only matches. For hard qualifiers (e.g. [1.0]) we return only precise matches. For all other qualifiers, we return all matches regardless of version.
Gets a file or sub-folder in this container.
Gets a file in this container.
Gets a sub-folder in this container.
Gets the absolute, canonical path of this container, using forward slashes as path separator.
Gets the base name of this container including extension, that is, the last segment of its absolute path, or the empty string if it has no segments.
Gets the extension of this container, that is, the suffix of its base name after the last dot character, if any.
Gets the file in this container that has the given
Gets the file associated with this element.
Gets the sub-folder in this container that has the given
Gets the source location for this element.
Gets the number of comment lines that this element ranges over.
Gets the number of lines of code that this element ranges over.
Gets the parent container of this file or folder, if any.
Gets the relative path of this file or folder from the root folder of the analyzed source location. The relative path of the root folder itself is the empty string.
Gets the stem of this container, that is, the prefix of its base name up to (but not including) the last dot character if there is one, or the entire base name if there is not.
Gets the total number of lines that this element ranges over, including lines of code, comment and whitespace-only lines.
Gets the URL of this folder.
Holds if this element is at the specified location. The location spans column
Gets a textual representation of the path of this container.