CameraServiceBinderDecorator.javaAPI DocAndroid 5.1 API2562Thu Mar 12 22:22:10 GMT 2015android.hardware.camera2.utils

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package android.hardware.camera2.utils;

import android.os.DeadObjectException;
import android.os.RemoteException;
import android.util.Log;

import java.lang.reflect.Method;

 * Translate camera service status_t return values into exceptions.
 * @see android.hardware.camera2.utils.CameraBinderDecorator#newInstance
 * @hide
public class CameraServiceBinderDecorator extends CameraBinderDecorator {

    private static final String TAG = "CameraServiceBinderDecorator";

    static class CameraServiceBinderDecoratorListener
            extends CameraBinderDecorator.CameraBinderDecoratorListener {

        // Pass through remote exceptions, unlike CameraBinderDecorator
        public boolean onCatchException(Method m, Object[] args, Throwable t) {

            if (t instanceof DeadObjectException) {
                // Can sometimes happen (camera service died)
                // Pass on silently
            } else if (t instanceof RemoteException) {
                // Some other kind of remote exception - this is not normal, so let's at least
                // note it before moving on
                Log.e(TAG, "Unexpected RemoteException from camera service call.", t);
            // All other exceptions also get sent onward
            return false;


     * <p>
     * Wraps the type T with a proxy that will check 'status_t' return codes
     * from the native side of the camera service, and throw Java exceptions
     * automatically based on the code.
     * </p>
     * @param obj object that will serve as the target for all method calls
     * @param <T> the type of the element you want to wrap. This must be an interface.
     * @return a proxy that will intercept all invocations to obj
    public static <T> T newInstance(T obj) {
        return Decorator.<T> newInstance(obj, new CameraServiceBinderDecoratorListener());