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package hcl
import (
"fmt"
)
// DiagnosticSeverity represents the severity of a diagnostic.
type DiagnosticSeverity int
const (
// DiagInvalid is the invalid zero value of DiagnosticSeverity
DiagInvalid DiagnosticSeverity = iota
// DiagError indicates that the problem reported by a diagnostic prevents
// further progress in parsing and/or evaluating the subject.
DiagError
// DiagWarning indicates that the problem reported by a diagnostic warrants
// user attention but does not prevent further progress. It is most
// commonly used for showing deprecation notices.
DiagWarning
)
// Diagnostic represents information to be presented to a user about an
// error or anomoly in parsing or evaluating configuration.
type Diagnostic struct {
Severity DiagnosticSeverity
// Summary and Detail contain the English-language description of the
// problem. Summary is a terse description of the general problem and
// detail is a more elaborate, often-multi-sentence description of
// the probem and what might be done to solve it.
Summary string
Detail string
// Subject and Context are both source ranges relating to the diagnostic.
//
// Subject is a tight range referring to exactly the construct that
// is problematic, while Context is an optional broader range (which should
// fully contain Subject) that ought to be shown around Subject when
// generating isolated source-code snippets in diagnostic messages.
// If Context is nil, the Subject is also the Context.
//
// Some diagnostics have no source ranges at all. If Context is set then
// Subject should always also be set.
Subject *Range
Context *Range
// For diagnostics that occur when evaluating an expression, Expression
// may refer to that expression and EvalContext may point to the
// EvalContext that was active when evaluating it. This may allow for the
// inclusion of additional useful information when rendering a diagnostic
// message to the user.
//
// It is not always possible to select a single EvalContext for a
// diagnostic, and so in some cases this field may be nil even when an
// expression causes a problem.
//
// EvalContexts form a tree, so the given EvalContext may refer to a parent
// which in turn refers to another parent, etc. For a full picture of all
// of the active variables and functions the caller must walk up this
// chain, preferring definitions that are "closer" to the expression in
// case of colliding names.
Expression Expression
EvalContext *EvalContext
}
// Diagnostics is a list of Diagnostic instances.
type Diagnostics []*Diagnostic
// error implementation, so that diagnostics can be returned via APIs
// that normally deal in vanilla Go errors.
//
// This presents only minimal context about the error, for compatibility
// with usual expectations about how errors will present as strings.
func (d *Diagnostic) Error() string {
return fmt.Sprintf("%s: %s; %s", d.Subject, d.Summary, d.Detail)
}
// error implementation, so that sets of diagnostics can be returned via
// APIs that normally deal in vanilla Go errors.
func (d Diagnostics) Error() string {
count := len(d)
switch {
case count == 0:
return "no diagnostics"
case count == 1:
return d[0].Error()
default:
return fmt.Sprintf("%s, and %d other diagnostic(s)", d[0].Error(), count-1)
}
}
// Append appends a new error to a Diagnostics and return the whole Diagnostics.
//
// This is provided as a convenience for returning from a function that
// collects and then returns a set of diagnostics:
//
// return nil, diags.Append(&hcl.Diagnostic{ ... })
//
// Note that this modifies the array underlying the diagnostics slice, so
// must be used carefully within a single codepath. It is incorrect (and rude)
// to extend a diagnostics created by a different subsystem.
func (d Diagnostics) Append(diag *Diagnostic) Diagnostics {
return append(d, diag)
}
// Extend concatenates the given Diagnostics with the receiver and returns
// the whole new Diagnostics.
//
// This is similar to Append but accepts multiple diagnostics to add. It has
// all the same caveats and constraints.
func (d Diagnostics) Extend(diags Diagnostics) Diagnostics {
return append(d, diags...)
}
// HasErrors returns true if the receiver contains any diagnostics of
// severity DiagError.
func (d Diagnostics) HasErrors() bool {
for _, diag := range d {
if diag.Severity == DiagError {
return true
}
}
return false
}
func (d Diagnostics) Errs() []error {
var errs []error
for _, diag := range d {
if diag.Severity == DiagError {
errs = append(errs, diag)
}
}
return errs
}
// A DiagnosticWriter emits diagnostics somehow.
type DiagnosticWriter interface {
WriteDiagnostic(*Diagnostic) error
WriteDiagnostics(Diagnostics) error
}
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