JavaPropertyReflectionUtilTest.groovy

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Introduce a service that takes care of inspecting a type for properties, methods and other metadata. This is a step towards using a single mechanism to discover these things efficiently rather than doing so in a bunch of different ways and multiple times.

In this commit, refactor `ClassInspector` into this service and add some in-memory caching. This class was already used for class generation.

Use this service directly in `ConventionAwareHelper` and remove some ad hoc static caching. This avoids inspecting a type that has just been inspected for class generation when an instance is first created.

Also use this service in `OptionsReader`. While this wasn't a performance problem, this change means more consistent behaviour in how annotations are validated and work with Kotlin and Groovy classes (over time).

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Cleanup for #8650 (#8663)

* Improve test for hasTypeVariable

* Move resolving type variables to model core

* Add more test coverage for resolving type variables

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Add more test coverage for resolving type variables

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Do not use JavaPropertyReflectionUtil in ClosureCompiler

Since ClosureCompiler will run in a Worker Daemon and

`JavaPropertyReflectionUtil` is not available there.

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Split methods required in Worker

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