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//===--- AST.h - Utility AST functions -------------------------*- C++ -*-===//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
// Various code that examines C++ source code using AST.
#include "index/SymbolID.h"
#include "clang/AST/Decl.h"
#include "clang/AST/DeclObjC.h"
#include "clang/AST/NestedNameSpecifier.h"
#include "clang/Basic/SourceLocation.h"
#include "clang/Lex/MacroInfo.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/DenseSet.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringRef.h"
#include <string>
#include <vector>
namespace clang {
class SourceManager;
class Decl;
class DynTypedNode;
namespace clangd {
/// Returns true if the declaration is considered implementation detail based on
/// heuristics. For example, a declaration whose name is not explicitly spelled
/// in code is considered implementation detail.
bool isImplementationDetail(const Decl *D);
/// Find the source location of the identifier for \p D.
/// Transforms macro locations to locations spelled inside files. All code
/// that needs locations of declaration names (e.g. the index) should go through
/// this function.
SourceLocation nameLocation(const clang::Decl &D, const SourceManager &SM);
/// Returns the qualified name of ND. The scope doesn't contain unwritten scopes
/// like inline namespaces.
std::string printQualifiedName(const NamedDecl &ND);
/// Returns the first enclosing namespace scope starting from \p DC.
std::string printNamespaceScope(const DeclContext &DC);
/// Returns the name of the namespace inside the 'using namespace' directive, as
/// written in the code. E.g., passing 'using namespace ::std' will result in
/// '::std'.
std::string printUsingNamespaceName(const ASTContext &Ctx,
const UsingDirectiveDecl &D);
/// Prints unqualified name of the decl for the purpose of displaying it to the
/// user. Anonymous decls return names of the form "(anonymous {kind})", e.g.
/// "(anonymous struct)" or "(anonymous namespace)".
std::string printName(const ASTContext &Ctx, const NamedDecl &ND);
/// Prints template arguments of a decl as written in the source code, including
/// enclosing '<' and '>', e.g for a partial specialization like: template
/// <typename U> struct Foo<int, U> will return '<int, U>'. Returns an empty
/// string if decl is not a template specialization.
std::string printTemplateSpecializationArgs(const NamedDecl &ND);
/// Print the Objective-C method name, including the full container name, e.g.
/// `-[MyClass(Category) method:]`
std::string printObjCMethod(const ObjCMethodDecl &Method);
/// Print the Objective-C container name including categories, e.g. `MyClass`,
// `MyClass()`, `MyClass(Category)`, and `MyProtocol`.
std::string printObjCContainer(const ObjCContainerDecl &C);
/// Gets the symbol ID for a declaration. Returned SymbolID might be null.
SymbolID getSymbolID(const Decl *D);
/// Gets the symbol ID for a macro. Returned SymbolID might be null.
/// Currently, this is an encoded USR of the macro, which incorporates macro
/// locations (e.g. file name, offset in file).
/// FIXME: the USR semantics might not be stable enough as the ID for index
/// macro (e.g. a change in definition offset can result in a different USR). We
/// could change these semantics in the future by reimplementing this funcure
/// (e.g. avoid USR for macros).
SymbolID getSymbolID(const llvm::StringRef MacroName, const MacroInfo *MI,
const SourceManager &SM);
/// Returns a QualType as string. The result doesn't contain unwritten scopes
/// like anonymous/inline namespace.
std::string printType(const QualType QT, const DeclContext &CurContext);
/// Indicates if \p D is a template instantiation implicitly generated by the
/// compiler, e.g.
/// template <class T> struct vector {};
/// vector<int> v; // 'vector<int>' is an implicit instantiation
bool isImplicitTemplateInstantiation(const NamedDecl *D);
/// Indicates if \p D is an explicit template specialization, e.g.
/// template <class T> struct vector {};
/// template <> struct vector<bool> {}; // <-- explicit specialization
/// Note that explicit instantiations are NOT explicit specializations, albeit
/// they look similar.
/// template struct vector<bool>; // <-- explicit instantiation, NOT an
/// explicit specialization.
bool isExplicitTemplateSpecialization(const NamedDecl *D);
/// Returns a nested name specifier loc of \p ND if it was present in the
/// source, e.g.
/// void ns::something::foo() -> returns 'ns::something'
/// void foo() -> returns null
NestedNameSpecifierLoc getQualifierLoc(const NamedDecl &ND);
// Returns a type corresponding to a declaration of that type.
// Unlike the method on ASTContext, attempts to preserve the type as-written
// (i.e. vector<T*> rather than vector<type-parameter-0-0 *>.
QualType declaredType(const TypeDecl *D);
/// Retrieves the deduced type at a given location (auto, decltype).
/// It will return the underlying type.
/// If the type is an undeduced auto, returns the type itself.
llvm::Optional<QualType> getDeducedType(ASTContext &, SourceLocation Loc);
/// Return attributes attached directly to a node.
std::vector<const Attr *> getAttributes(const DynTypedNode &);
/// Gets the nested name specifier necessary for spelling \p ND in \p
/// DestContext, at \p InsertionPoint. It selects the shortest suffix of \p ND
/// such that it is visible in \p DestContext.
/// Returns an empty string if no qualification is necessary. For example, if
/// you want to qualify clang::clangd::bar::foo in clang::clangd::x, this
/// function will return bar. Note that the result might be sub-optimal for
/// classes, e.g. when the \p ND is a member of the base class.
/// This version considers all the using namespace directives before \p
/// InsertionPoint. i.e, if you have `using namespace
/// clang::clangd::bar`, this function will return an empty string for the
/// example above since no qualification is necessary in that case.
/// FIXME: Also take using directives and namespace aliases inside function body
/// into account.
std::string getQualification(ASTContext &Context,
const DeclContext *DestContext,
SourceLocation InsertionPoint,
const NamedDecl *ND);
/// This function uses the \p VisibleNamespaces to figure out if a shorter
/// qualification is sufficient for \p ND, and ignores any using namespace
/// directives. It can be useful if there's no AST for the DestContext, but some
/// pseudo-parsing is done. i.e. if \p ND is ns1::ns2::X and \p DestContext is
/// ns1::, users can provide `ns2::` as visible to change the result to be
/// empty.
/// Elements in VisibleNamespaces should be in the form: `ns::`, with trailing
/// "::".
/// Note that this is just textual and might be incorrect. e.g. when there are
/// two namespaces ns1::a and ns2::a, the function will early exit if "a::" is
/// present in \p VisibleNamespaces, no matter whether it is from ns1:: or ns2::
std::string getQualification(ASTContext &Context,
const DeclContext *DestContext,
const NamedDecl *ND,
llvm::ArrayRef<std::string> VisibleNamespaces);
/// Whether we must avoid computing linkage for D during code completion.
/// Clang aggressively caches linkage computation, which is stable after the AST
/// is built. Unfortunately the AST is incomplete during code completion, so
/// linkage may still change.
/// Example: `auto x = []{^}` at file scope.
/// During code completion, the initializer for x hasn't been parsed yet.
/// x has type `undeduced auto`, and external linkage.
/// If we compute linkage at this point, the external linkage will be cached.
/// After code completion the initializer is attached, and x has a lambda type.
/// This means x has "unique external" linkage. If we computed linkage above,
/// the cached value is incorrect. (clang catches this with an assertion).
bool hasUnstableLinkage(const Decl *D);
/// Checks whether \p D is more than \p MaxDepth away from translation unit
/// scope.
/// This is useful for limiting traversals to keep operation latencies
/// reasonable.
bool isDeeplyNested(const Decl *D, unsigned MaxDepth = 10);
} // namespace clangd
} // namespace clang