Enum rustc_hir::hir::Node[][src]

pub enum Node<'hir> {
Show 24 variants Param(&'hir Param<'hir>), Item(&'hir Item<'hir>), ForeignItem(&'hir ForeignItem<'hir>), TraitItem(&'hir TraitItem<'hir>), ImplItem(&'hir ImplItem<'hir>), Variant(&'hir Variant<'hir>), Field(&'hir FieldDef<'hir>), AnonConst(&'hir AnonConst), Expr(&'hir Expr<'hir>), Stmt(&'hir Stmt<'hir>), PathSegment(&'hir PathSegment<'hir>), Ty(&'hir Ty<'hir>), TraitRef(&'hir TraitRef<'hir>), Binding(&'hir Pat<'hir>), Pat(&'hir Pat<'hir>), Arm(&'hir Arm<'hir>), Block(&'hir Block<'hir>), Local(&'hir Local<'hir>), Ctor(&'hir VariantData<'hir>), Lifetime(&'hir Lifetime), GenericParam(&'hir GenericParam<'hir>), Visibility(&'hir Visibility<'hir>), Crate(&'hir Mod<'hir>), Infer(&'hir InferArg),
}

Variants

Param(&'hir Param<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Param

0: &'hir Param<'hir>
Item(&'hir Item<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Item

0: &'hir Item<'hir>
ForeignItem(&'hir ForeignItem<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of ForeignItem

0: &'hir ForeignItem<'hir>
TraitItem(&'hir TraitItem<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of TraitItem

0: &'hir TraitItem<'hir>
ImplItem(&'hir ImplItem<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of ImplItem

0: &'hir ImplItem<'hir>
Variant(&'hir Variant<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Variant

0: &'hir Variant<'hir>
Field(&'hir FieldDef<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Field

0: &'hir FieldDef<'hir>
AnonConst(&'hir AnonConst)

Tuple Fields of AnonConst

0: &'hir AnonConst
Expr(&'hir Expr<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Expr

0: &'hir Expr<'hir>
Stmt(&'hir Stmt<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Stmt

0: &'hir Stmt<'hir>
PathSegment(&'hir PathSegment<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of PathSegment

0: &'hir PathSegment<'hir>
Ty(&'hir Ty<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Ty

0: &'hir Ty<'hir>
TraitRef(&'hir TraitRef<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of TraitRef

0: &'hir TraitRef<'hir>
Binding(&'hir Pat<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Binding

0: &'hir Pat<'hir>
Pat(&'hir Pat<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Pat

0: &'hir Pat<'hir>
Arm(&'hir Arm<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Arm

0: &'hir Arm<'hir>
Block(&'hir Block<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Block

0: &'hir Block<'hir>
Local(&'hir Local<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Local

0: &'hir Local<'hir>
Ctor(&'hir VariantData<'hir>)

Ctor refers to the constructor of an enum variant or struct. Only tuple or unit variants with synthesized constructors.

Tuple Fields of Ctor

0: &'hir VariantData<'hir>
Lifetime(&'hir Lifetime)

Tuple Fields of Lifetime

0: &'hir Lifetime
GenericParam(&'hir GenericParam<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of GenericParam

0: &'hir GenericParam<'hir>
Visibility(&'hir Visibility<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Visibility

0: &'hir Visibility<'hir>
Crate(&'hir Mod<'hir>)

Tuple Fields of Crate

0: &'hir Mod<'hir>
Infer(&'hir InferArg)

Tuple Fields of Infer

0: &'hir InferArg

Implementations

Get the identifier of this Node, if applicable.

Edge cases

Calling .ident() on a Node::Ctor will return None because Ctors do not have identifiers themselves. Instead, call .ident() on the parent struct/variant, like so:

ctor
    .ctor_hir_id()
    .and_then(|ctor_id| tcx.hir().find(tcx.hir().get_parent_node(ctor_id)))
    .and_then(|parent| parent.ident())

Returns Constness::Const when this node is a const fn/impl/item.

Trait Implementations

Returns a copy of the value. Read more

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

Performs the conversion.

Auto Trait Implementations

Blanket Implementations

Gets the TypeId of self. Read more

Immutably borrows from an owned value. Read more

Mutably borrows from an owned value. Read more

Performs the conversion.

Performs the conversion.

The resulting type after obtaining ownership.

Creates owned data from borrowed data, usually by cloning. Read more

🔬 This is a nightly-only experimental API. (toowned_clone_into)

recently added

Uses borrowed data to replace owned data, usually by cloning. Read more

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

Performs the conversion.

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

Performs the conversion.

Layout

Note: Most layout information is completely unstable and may be different between compiler versions and platforms. The only exception is types with certain repr(...) attributes. Please see the Rust Reference’s “Type Layout” chapter for details on type layout guarantees.

Size: 16 bytes

Size for each variant: