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package code

import "github.com/99designs/gqlgen/internal/code"

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compare.go imports.go packages.go util.go

func CompatibleTypes Uses

func CompatibleTypes(expected types.Type, actual types.Type) error

CompatibleTypes isnt a strict comparison, it allows for pointer differences

func ImportPathForDir Uses

func ImportPathForDir(dir string) (res string)

ImportPathForDir takes a path and returns a golang import path for the package

func NameForDir Uses

func NameForDir(dir string) string

NameForDir manually looks for package stanzas in files located in the given directory. This can be much faster than having to consult go list, because we already know exactly where to look.

func NormalizeVendor Uses

func NormalizeVendor(pkg string) string

NormalizeVendor takes a qualified package path and turns it into normal one. eg . github.com/foo/vendor/github.com/99designs/gqlgen/graphql becomes github.com/99designs/gqlgen/graphql

func PkgAndType Uses

func PkgAndType(name string) (string, string)

take a string in the form github.com/package/blah.Type and split it into package and type

func QualifyPackagePath Uses

func QualifyPackagePath(importPath string) string

QualifyPackagePath takes an import and fully qualifies it with a vendor dir, if one is required. eg . github.com/99designs/gqlgen/graphql becomes github.com/foo/vendor/github.com/99designs/gqlgen/graphql

x/tools/packages only supports 'qualified package paths' so this will need to be done prior to calling it See https://github.com/golang/go/issues/30289

func SanitizePackageName Uses

func SanitizePackageName(pkg string) string

type Packages Uses

type Packages struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Packages is a wrapper around x/tools/go/packages that maintains a (hopefully prewarmed) cache of packages that can be invalidated as writes are made and packages are known to change.

func (*Packages) Errors Uses

func (p *Packages) Errors() PkgErrors

Errors returns any errors that were returned by Load, either from the call itself or any of the loaded packages.

func (*Packages) Evict Uses

func (p *Packages) Evict(importPath string)

Evict removes a given package import path from the cache, along with any packages that depend on it. Further calls to Load will fetch it from disk.

func (*Packages) Load Uses

func (p *Packages) Load(importPath string) *packages.Package

Load works the same as LoadAll, except a single package at a time.

func (*Packages) LoadAll Uses

func (p *Packages) LoadAll(importPaths ...string) []*packages.Package

LoadAll will call packages.Load and return the package data for the given packages, but if the package already have been loaded it will return cached values instead.

func (*Packages) LoadWithTypes Uses

func (p *Packages) LoadWithTypes(importPath string) *packages.Package

LoadWithTypes tries a standard load, which may not have enough type info (TypesInfo== nil) available if the imported package is a second order dependency. Fortunately this doesnt happen very often, so we can just issue a load when we detect it.

func (*Packages) NameForPackage Uses

func (p *Packages) NameForPackage(importPath string) string

NameForPackage looks up the package name from the package stanza in the go files at the given import path.

type PkgErrors Uses

type PkgErrors []error

func (PkgErrors) Error Uses

func (p PkgErrors) Error() string

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