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package types

import "k8s.io/gengo/types"

Package types contains go type information, packaged in a way that makes auto-generation convenient, whether by template or straight go functions.

Package types contains go type information, packaged in a way that makes auto-generation convenient, whether by template or straight go functions.

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Package Files

comments.go doc.go flatten.go types.go

Variables

var (
    String = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "string"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Int64 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "int64"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Int32 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "int32"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Int16 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "int16"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Int = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "int"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Uint64 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "uint64"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Uint32 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "uint32"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Uint16 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "uint16"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Uint = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "uint"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Uintptr = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "uintptr"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Float64 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "float64"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Float32 = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "float32"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Float = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "float"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Bool = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "bool"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
    Byte = &Type{
        Name: Name{Name: "byte"},
        Kind: Builtin,
    }
)

Built in types.

func ExtractCommentTags Uses

func ExtractCommentTags(marker string, lines []string) map[string][]string

ExtractCommentTags parses comments for lines of the form:

'marker' + "key=value".

Values are optional; "" is the default. A tag can be specified more than one time and all values are returned. If the resulting map has an entry for a key, the value (a slice) is guaranteed to have at least 1 element.

Example: if you pass "+" for 'marker', and the following lines are in the comments:

+foo=value1
+bar
+foo=value2
+baz="qux"

Then this function will return:

map[string][]string{"foo":{"value1, "value2"}, "bar": {""}, "baz": {"qux"}}

func ExtractSingleBoolCommentTag Uses

func ExtractSingleBoolCommentTag(marker string, key string, defaultVal bool, lines []string) (bool, error)

ExtractSingleBoolCommentTag parses comments for lines of the form:

'marker' + "key=value1"

If the tag is not found, the default value is returned. Values are asserted to be boolean ("true" or "false"), and any other value will cause an error to be returned. If the key has multiple values, the first one will be used.

func IsInteger Uses

func IsInteger(t *Type) bool

type Kind Uses

type Kind string

The possible classes of types.

const (
    // Builtin is a primitive, like bool, string, int.
    Builtin Kind = "Builtin"
    Struct  Kind = "Struct"
    Map     Kind = "Map"
    Slice   Kind = "Slice"
    Pointer Kind = "Pointer"

    // Alias is an alias of another type, e.g. in:
    //   type Foo string
    //   type Bar Foo
    // Bar is an alias of Foo.
    //
    // In the real go type system, Foo is a "Named" string; but to simplify
    // generation, this type system will just say that Foo *is* a builtin.
    // We then need "Alias" as a way for us to say that Bar *is* a Foo.
    Alias Kind = "Alias"

    // Interface is any type that could have differing types at run time.
    Interface Kind = "Interface"

    // The remaining types are included for completeness, but are not well
    // supported.
    Array Kind = "Array" // Array is just like slice, but has a fixed length.
    Chan  Kind = "Chan"
    Func  Kind = "Func"

    // DeclarationOf is different from other Kinds; it indicates that instead of
    // representing an actual Type, the type is a declaration of an instance of
    // a type. E.g., a top-level function, variable, or constant. See the
    // comment for Type.Name for more detail.
    DeclarationOf Kind = "DeclarationOf"
    Unknown       Kind = ""
    Unsupported   Kind = "Unsupported"

    // Protobuf is protobuf type.
    Protobuf Kind = "Protobuf"
)

type Member Uses

type Member struct {
    // The name of the member.
    Name string

    // If the member is embedded (anonymous) this will be true, and the
    // Name will be the type name.
    Embedded bool

    // If there are comment lines immediately before the member in the type
    // definition, they will be recorded here.
    CommentLines []string

    // If there are tags along with this member, they will be saved here.
    Tags string

    // The type of this member.
    Type *Type
}

A single struct member

func FlattenMembers Uses

func FlattenMembers(m []Member) []Member

FlattenMembers recursively takes any embedded members and puts them in the top level, correctly hiding them if the top level hides them. There must not be a cycle-- that implies infinite members.

This is useful for e.g. computing all the valid keys in a json struct, properly considering any configuration of embedded structs.

func (Member) String Uses

func (m Member) String() string

String returns the name and type of the member.

type Name Uses

type Name struct {
    // Empty if embedded or builtin. This is the package path unless Path is specified.
    Package string
    // The type name.
    Name string
    // An optional location of the type definition for languages that can have disjoint
    // packages and paths.
    Path string
}

A type name may have a package qualifier.

func ParseFullyQualifiedName Uses

func ParseFullyQualifiedName(fqn string) Name

ParseFullyQualifiedName parses a name like k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/api.Pod into a Name.

func (Name) String Uses

func (n Name) String() string

String returns the name formatted as a string.

type Package Uses

type Package struct {
    // Canonical name of this package-- its path.
    Path string

    // The location this package was loaded from
    SourcePath string

    // Short name of this package; the name that appears in the
    // 'package x' line.
    Name string

    // The comment right above the package declaration in doc.go, if any.
    DocComments []string

    // All comments from doc.go, if any.
    // TODO: remove Comments and use DocComments everywhere.
    Comments []string

    // Types within this package, indexed by their name (*not* including
    // package name).
    Types map[string]*Type

    // Functions within this package, indexed by their name (*not* including
    // package name).
    Functions map[string]*Type

    // Global variables within this package, indexed by their name (*not* including
    // package name).
    Variables map[string]*Type

    // Packages imported by this package, indexed by (canonicalized)
    // package path.
    Imports map[string]*Package
}

Package holds package-level information. Fields are public, as everything in this package, to enable consumption by templates (for example). But it is strongly encouraged for code to build by using the provided functions.

func (*Package) Function Uses

func (p *Package) Function(funcName string) *Type

Function gets the given function Type in this Package. If the function is not already defined, this will add it. If a function is added, it's the caller's responsibility to finish construction of the function by setting Underlying to the correct type.

func (*Package) Has Uses

func (p *Package) Has(name string) bool

Has returns true if the given name references a type known to this package.

func (*Package) HasImport Uses

func (p *Package) HasImport(packageName string) bool

HasImport returns true if p imports packageName. Package names include the package directory.

func (*Package) Type Uses

func (p *Package) Type(typeName string) *Type

Type gets the given Type in this Package. If the Type is not already defined, this will add it and return the new Type value. The caller is expected to finish initialization.

func (*Package) Variable Uses

func (p *Package) Variable(varName string) *Type

Variable gets the given variable Type in this Package. If the variable is not already defined, this will add it. If a variable is added, it's the caller's responsibility to finish construction of the variable by setting Underlying to the correct type.

type Signature Uses

type Signature struct {

    // If a method of some type, this is the type it's a member of.
    Receiver   *Type
    Parameters []*Type
    Results    []*Type

    // True if the last in parameter is of the form ...T.
    Variadic bool

    // If there are comment lines immediately before this
    // signature/method/function declaration, they will be recorded here.
    CommentLines []string
}

Signature is a function's signature.

type Type Uses

type Type struct {
    // There are two general categories of types, those explicitly named
    // and those anonymous. Named ones will have a non-empty package in the
    // name field.
    //
    // An exception: If Kind == DeclarationOf, then this name is the name of a
    // top-level function, variable, or const, and the type can be found in Underlying.
    // We do this to allow the naming system to work against these objects, even
    // though they aren't strictly speaking types.
    Name Name

    // The general kind of this type.
    Kind Kind

    // If there are comment lines immediately before the type definition,
    // they will be recorded here.
    CommentLines []string

    // If there are comment lines preceding the `CommentLines`, they will be
    // recorded here. There are two cases:
    // ---
    // SecondClosestCommentLines
    // a blank line
    // CommentLines
    // type definition
    // ---
    //
    // or
    // ---
    // SecondClosestCommentLines
    // a blank line
    // type definition
    // ---
    SecondClosestCommentLines []string

    // If Kind == Struct
    Members []Member

    // If Kind == Map, Slice, Pointer, or Chan
    Elem *Type

    // If Kind == Map, this is the map's key type.
    Key *Type

    // If Kind == Alias, this is the underlying type.
    // If Kind == DeclarationOf, this is the type of the declaration.
    Underlying *Type

    // If Kind == Interface, this is the set of all required functions.
    // Otherwise, if this is a named type, this is the list of methods that
    // type has. (All elements will have Kind=="Func")
    Methods map[string]*Type

    // If Kind == func, this is the signature of the function.
    Signature *Signature
}

Type represents a subset of possible go types.

func Ref Uses

func Ref(packageName, typeName string) *Type

Ref makes a reference to the given type. It can only be used for e.g. passing to namers.

func (*Type) IsAnonymousStruct Uses

func (t *Type) IsAnonymousStruct() bool

IsAnonymousStruct returns true if the type is an anonymous struct or an alias to an anonymous struct.

func (*Type) IsAssignable Uses

func (t *Type) IsAssignable() bool

IsAssignable returns whether the type is deep-assignable. For example, slices and maps and pointers are shallow copies, but ints and strings are complete.

func (*Type) IsPrimitive Uses

func (t *Type) IsPrimitive() bool

IsPrimitive returns whether the type is a built-in type or is an alias to a built-in type. For example: strings and aliases of strings are primitives, structs are not.

func (*Type) String Uses

func (t *Type) String() string

String returns the name of the type.

type Universe Uses

type Universe map[string]*Package

Universe is a map of all packages. The key is the package name, but you should use Package(), Type(), Function(), or Variable() instead of direct access.

func (Universe) AddImports Uses

func (u Universe) AddImports(packagePath string, importPaths ...string)

AddImports registers import lines for packageName. May be called multiple times. You are responsible for canonicalizing all package paths.

func (Universe) Function Uses

func (u Universe) Function(n Name) *Type

Function returns the canonical function for the given fully-qualified name. If a non-existing function is requested, this will create (a marker for) it. If a marker is created, it's the caller's responsibility to finish construction of the function by setting Underlying to the correct type.

func (Universe) Package Uses

func (u Universe) Package(packagePath string) *Package

Package returns the Package for the given path. If a non-existing package is requested, this will create (a marker for) it. If a marker is created, it's the caller's responsibility to finish construction of the package.

func (Universe) Type Uses

func (u Universe) Type(n Name) *Type

Type returns the canonical type for the given fully-qualified name. Builtin types will always be found, even if they haven't been explicitly added to the map. If a non-existing type is requested, this will create (a marker for) it.

func (Universe) Variable Uses

func (u Universe) Variable(n Name) *Type

Variable returns the canonical variable for the given fully-qualified name. If a non-existing variable is requested, this will create (a marker for) it. If a marker is created, it's the caller's responsibility to finish construction of the variable by setting Underlying to the correct type.

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