GC.ReRegisterForFinalize(Object) Methode

Definition

Fordert beim System den Aufruf des Finalizers für das angegebene Objekt an, für das zuvor SuppressFinalize(Object) aufgerufen wurde.

public:
 static void ReRegisterForFinalize(System::Object ^ obj);
public static void ReRegisterForFinalize (object obj);
static member ReRegisterForFinalize : obj -> unit
Public Shared Sub ReRegisterForFinalize (obj As Object)

Parameter

obj
Object

Das Objekt, für das ein Finalizer aufgerufen werden muss.

Ausnahmen

obj ist null.

Beispiele

Im folgenden Beispiel wird veranschaulicht, wie Sie die ReRegisterForFinalize Methode verwenden, um ein Objekt zu einem zweiten Mal nach der Garbage Collection abzuschließen.

using namespace System;
ref class MyFinalizeObject
{
public:
   static MyFinalizeObject^ currentInstance = nullptr;

private:
   bool hasFinalized;

public:
   MyFinalizeObject()
   {
      hasFinalized = false;
   }

   ~MyFinalizeObject()
   {
      if ( hasFinalized == false )
      {
         Console::WriteLine( "First finalization" );
         
         // Put this object back into a root by creating
         // a reference to it.
         MyFinalizeObject::currentInstance = this;
         
         // Indicate that this instance has finalized once.
         hasFinalized = true;
         
         // Place a reference to this object back in the
         // finalization queue.
         GC::ReRegisterForFinalize( this );
      }
      else
      {
         Console::WriteLine( "Second finalization" );
      }
   }

};

int main()
{
   
   // Create a MyFinalizeObject.
   MyFinalizeObject^ mfo = gcnew MyFinalizeObject;
   
   // Release the reference to mfo.
   mfo = nullptr;
   
   // Force a garbage collection.
   GC::Collect();
   
   // At this point mfo will have gone through the first Finalize.
   // There should now be a reference to mfo in the static
   // MyFinalizeObject::currentInstance field.  Setting this value
   // to 0 and forcing another garbage collection will now
   // cause the object to Finalize permanently.
   MyFinalizeObject::currentInstance = nullptr;
   GC::Collect();
}
using System;

namespace ReRegisterForFinalizeExample
{
    class MyMainClass
    {
        static void Main()
        {
            // Create a MyFinalizeObject.
            MyFinalizeObject mfo = new MyFinalizeObject();

            // Release the reference to mfo.
            mfo = null;

            // Force a garbage collection.
            GC.Collect();

            // At this point mfo will have gone through the first Finalize.
            // There should now be a reference to mfo in the static
            // MyFinalizeObject.currentInstance field.  Setting this value
            // to null and forcing another garbage collection will now
            // cause the object to Finalize permanently.
            MyFinalizeObject.currentInstance = null;
            GC.Collect();
        }
    }

    class MyFinalizeObject
    {
        public static MyFinalizeObject currentInstance = null;
        private bool hasFinalized = false;

        ~MyFinalizeObject()
        {
            if(hasFinalized == false)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("First finalization");

                // Put this object back into a root by creating
                // a reference to it.
                MyFinalizeObject.currentInstance = this;

                // Indicate that this instance has finalized once.
                hasFinalized = true;

                // Place a reference to this object back in the
                // finalization queue.
                GC.ReRegisterForFinalize(this);
            }
            else
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Second finalization");
            }
        }
    }
}
open System

[<AllowNullLiteral>]
type MyFinalizeObject() =
    let mutable hasFinalized = false
    
    static member val CurrentInstance = null with get, set

    override this.Finalize() =
        if hasFinalized then
            printfn "First finalization"

            // Put this object back into a root by creating a reference to it.
            MyFinalizeObject.CurrentInstance <- this

            // Indicate that this instance has finalized once.
            hasFinalized <- true

            // Place a reference to this object back in the finalization queue.
            GC.ReRegisterForFinalize this
        else 
            printfn "Second finalization"

// Create a MyFinalizeObject.
let mutable mfo = MyFinalizeObject()

// Release the reference to mfo.
mfo <- null

// Force a garbage collection.
GC.Collect()

// At this point mfo will have gone through the first Finalize.
// There should now be a reference to mfo in the static
// MyFinalizeObject.CurrentInstance property. Setting this value
// to null and forcing another garbage collection will now
// cause the object to Finalize permanently.
MyFinalizeObject.CurrentInstance <- null
GC.Collect()
Namespace ReRegisterForFinalizeExample
    Class MyMainClass
        Shared Sub Main()
            'Create a MyFinalizeObject.
            Dim mfo As New MyFinalizeObject()

            'Release the reference to mfo.
            mfo = Nothing

            'Force a garbage collection.
            GC.Collect()

            'At this point mfo will have gone through the first Finalize.
            'There should now be a reference to mfo in the static
            'MyFinalizeObject.currentInstance field.  Setting this value
            'to null and forcing another garbage collection will now
            'cause the object to Finalize permanently.
            MyFinalizeObject.currentInstance = Nothing
            GC.Collect()
        End Sub
    End Class

    Class MyFinalizeObject
        Public Shared currentInstance As MyFinalizeObject = Nothing
        Private hasFinalized As Boolean = False

        Protected Overrides Sub Finalize()
            If hasFinalized = False Then
                Console.WriteLine("First finalization")

                'Put this object back into a root by creating
                'a reference to it.
                MyFinalizeObject.currentInstance = Me

                'Indicate that this instance has finalized once.
                hasFinalized = True

                'Place a reference to this object back in the
                'finalization queue.
                GC.ReRegisterForFinalize(Me)
            Else
                Console.WriteLine("Second finalization")
            End If
            MyBase.Finalize()
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace

Hinweise

Die ReRegisterForFinalize Methode fügt den Parameter zur Liste der Objekte hinzu, die die Endisierung anfordern, bevor der Garbage Collector das obj Objekt freigibt. Der obj Parameter muss der Aufrufer dieser Methode sein.

Das Aufrufen der Methode garantiert nicht, dass der ReRegisterForFinalize Garbage Collector den Finalizer eines Objekts aufruft.

Standardmäßig werden alle Objekte, die Finalizer implementieren, der Liste der Objekte hinzugefügt, die die Endisierung erfordern; Ein Objekt wurde jedoch möglicherweise bereits abgeschlossen oder hat die Finalisierung durch Aufrufen der SuppressFinalize Methode deaktiviert.

Ein Finalizer kann diese Methode verwenden, um sich selbst oder ein Objekt, auf das es verweist, wieder zu resurrectieren.

Gilt für:

Siehe auch