It's temporary fork for https://crates.io/crates/jni. Don't use!
Descriptors for classes and method IDs.
Errors. Do you really need more explanation?
Wrappers for object pointers returned from the JVM.
Parser for java type signatures.
String types for going to/from java strings.
A RAII implementation of scoped guard which detaches the current thread
when dropped. The attached
Thread attachment manager. It allows to execute closures in attached threads with
automatic local references management done with
Builder for JavaVM InitArgs.
FFI-compatible JNIEnv struct. You can safely use this as the JNIEnv argument to exported methods that will be called by java. This is where most of the magic happens. All methods on this object are wrappers around JNI functions, so the documentation on their behavior is still pretty applicable.
The Java VM, providing Invocation API support.
Guard for a lock on a java object. This gets returned from the
Native method descriptor.
The capacity of local frames, allocated for attached threads by default. Same as the default value Hotspot uses when calling native Java methods.