Class ClasspathLocator

All Implemented Interfaces:

public class ClasspathLocator extends Object implements AssetLocator
The ClasspathLocator looks up an asset in the classpath. This locator is used by default in all jME3 projects (unless unregistered). Unlike Java's default resource loading mechanism, the ClasspathLocator enforces case-sensitivity on platforms which do not have it such as Windows. Therefore, it is critical to provide a path matching the case of the file on the filesystem. This also ensures that the file can be loaded if it was later included in a .JAR file instead of a folder.
  • Constructor Details

    • ClasspathLocator

      public ClasspathLocator()
  • Method Details

    • setRootPath

      public void setRootPath(String rootPath)
      Specified by:
      setRootPath in interface AssetLocator
      rootPath - The root path where to look for assets. Typically, this method will only be called once for each instance of an asset locator.
    • locate

      public AssetInfo locate(AssetManager manager, AssetKey key)
      Description copied from interface: AssetLocator
      Request to locate an asset. The asset key contains a name identifying the asset. If an asset was not found, null should be returned. The AssetInfo implementation provided should have a proper return value for its AssetInfo.openStream() method.
      Specified by:
      locate in interface AssetLocator
      manager - for managing assets
      key - identifies the asset to be located
      The AssetInfo that was located, or null if not found.