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package facts

import "golang.org/x/tools/go/analysis/internal/facts"

Package facts defines a serializable set of analysis.Fact.

It provides a partial implementation of the Fact-related parts of the analysis.Pass interface for use in analysis drivers such as "go vet" and other build systems.

The serial format is unspecified and may change, so the same version of this package must be used for reading and writing serialized facts.

The handling of facts in the analysis system parallels the handling of type information in the compiler: during compilation of package P, the compiler emits an export data file that describes the type of every object (named thing) defined in package P, plus every object indirectly reachable from one of those objects. Thus the downstream compiler of package Q need only load one export data file per direct import of Q, and it will learn everything about the API of package P and everything it needs to know about the API of P's dependencies.

Similarly, analysis of package P emits a fact set containing facts about all objects exported from P, plus additional facts about only those objects of P's dependencies that are reachable from the API of package P; the downstream analysis of Q need only load one fact set per direct import of Q.

The notion of "exportedness" that matters here is that of the compiler. According to the language spec, a method pkg.T.f is unexported simply because its name starts with lowercase. But the compiler must nonetheless export f so that downstream compilations can accurately ascertain whether pkg.T implements an interface pkg.I defined as interface{f()}. Exported thus means "described in export data".

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facts.go imports.go

type Set Uses

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

A Set is a set of analysis.Facts.

Decode creates a Set of facts by reading from the imports of a given package, and Encode writes out the set. Between these operation, the Import and Export methods will query and update the set.

All of Set's methods except String are safe to call concurrently.

func Decode Uses

func Decode(pkg *types.Package, read func(packagePath string) ([]byte, error)) (*Set, error)

Decode decodes all the facts relevant to the analysis of package pkg. The read function reads serialized fact data from an external source for one of of pkg's direct imports. The empty file is a valid encoding of an empty fact set.

It is the caller's responsibility to call gob.Register on all necessary fact types.

func (*Set) AllObjectFacts Uses

func (s *Set) AllObjectFacts(filter map[reflect.Type]bool) []analysis.ObjectFact

func (*Set) AllPackageFacts Uses

func (s *Set) AllPackageFacts(filter map[reflect.Type]bool) []analysis.PackageFact

func (*Set) Encode Uses

func (s *Set) Encode() []byte

Encode encodes a set of facts to a memory buffer.

It may fail if one of the Facts could not be gob-encoded, but this is a sign of a bug in an Analyzer.

func (*Set) ExportObjectFact Uses

func (s *Set) ExportObjectFact(obj types.Object, fact analysis.Fact)

ExportObjectFact implements analysis.Pass.ExportObjectFact.

func (*Set) ExportPackageFact Uses

func (s *Set) ExportPackageFact(fact analysis.Fact)

ExportPackageFact implements analysis.Pass.ExportPackageFact.

func (*Set) ImportObjectFact Uses

func (s *Set) ImportObjectFact(obj types.Object, ptr analysis.Fact) bool

ImportObjectFact implements analysis.Pass.ImportObjectFact.

func (*Set) ImportPackageFact Uses

func (s *Set) ImportPackageFact(pkg *types.Package, ptr analysis.Fact) bool

ImportPackageFact implements analysis.Pass.ImportPackageFact.

func (*Set) String Uses

func (s *Set) String() string

String is provided only for debugging, and must not be called concurrent with any Import/Export method.

Package facts imports 11 packages (graph) and is imported by 5 packages. Updated 2019-09-22. Refresh now. Tools for package owners.