View Source GenLSP.Structures.TypeHierarchyItem (gen_lsp v0.7.3)

@since 3.17.0

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Functions

Fields

  • name: The name of this item.
  • kind: The kind of this item.
  • tags: Tags for this item.
  • detail: More detail for this item, e.g. the signature of a function.
  • uri: The resource identifier of this item.
  • range: The range enclosing this symbol not including leading/trailing whitespace but everything else, e.g. comments and code.
  • selection_range: The range that should be selected and revealed when this symbol is being picked, e.g. the name of a function. Must be contained by the {@link TypeHierarchyItem.range range}.
  • data: A data entry field that is preserved between a type hierarchy prepare and supertypes or subtypes requests. It could also be used to identify the type hierarchy in the server, helping improve the performance on resolving supertypes and subtypes.

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@type t() :: %GenLSP.Structures.TypeHierarchyItem{
  data: GenLSP.TypeAlias.LSPAny.t() | nil,
  detail: String.t() | nil,
  kind: GenLSP.Enumerations.SymbolKind.t(),
  name: String.t(),
  range: GenLSP.Structures.Range.t(),
  selection_range: GenLSP.Structures.Range.t(),
  tags: [GenLSP.Enumerations.SymbolTag.t()] | nil,
  uri: GenLSP.BaseTypes.document_uri()
}

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%GenLSP.Structures.TypeHierarchyItem{}

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fields

Fields

  • name: The name of this item.
  • kind: The kind of this item.
  • tags: Tags for this item.
  • detail: More detail for this item, e.g. the signature of a function.
  • uri: The resource identifier of this item.
  • range: The range enclosing this symbol not including leading/trailing whitespace but everything else, e.g. comments and code.
  • selection_range: The range that should be selected and revealed when this symbol is being picked, e.g. the name of a function. Must be contained by the {@link TypeHierarchyItem.range range}.
  • data: A data entry field that is preserved between a type hierarchy prepare and supertypes or subtypes requests. It could also be used to identify the type hierarchy in the server, helping improve the performance on resolving supertypes and subtypes.