Basically, JTimber is a framework that supports the creation of complex Java object trees. It does so by introducing the following core concepts:
- Node parent retrieval: You are able to get all tree nodes which reference a specific tree node.
- Node parent limitation: Only specific types of tree nodes are allowed to reference (be parent of) a specific tree node.
- Node children retrieval: You are able to get all tree nodes which are referenced by a specific tree node.
These central concepts are implemented through various different mechanisms, including bytecode manipulation. Of course, JTimber also implements some other concepts which help with building object trees.
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