- All Implemented Interfaces:
- public class InputThread
- extends Thread
A Thread which reads lines from the IRC server. It then
passes these lines to the PircBot without changing them.
This running Thread also detects disconnection from the server
and is thus used by the OutputThread to send lines to the server.
- 1.5.0 (Build time: Mon Dec 14 20:07:17 2009)
- Paul James Mutton,
Closes the socket without onDisconnect being called subsequently.
Called to start this Thread reading lines from the IRC server.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Thread
activeCount, checkAccess, countStackFrames, currentThread, destroy, dumpStack, enumerate, getContextClassLoader, getName, getPriority, getThreadGroup, holdsLock, interrupt, interrupted, isAlive, isDaemon, isInterrupted, join, join, join, resume, setContextClassLoader, setDaemon, setName, setPriority, sleep, sleep, start, stop, stop, suspend, toString, yield
public static final int MAX_LINE_LENGTH
- See Also:
- Constant Field Values
public void run()
- Called to start this Thread reading lines from the IRC server.
When a line is read, this method calls the handleLine method
in the PircBot, which may subsequently call an 'onXxx' method
in the PircBot subclass. If any subclass of Throwable (i.e.
any Exception or Error) is thrown by your method, then this
method will print the stack trace to the standard output. It
is probable that the PircBot may still be functioning normally
after such a problem, but the existance of any uncaught exceptions
in your code is something you should really fix.
public void dispose()
- Closes the socket without onDisconnect being called subsequently.