pub struct ParseSess {
Show 19 fields pub span_diagnostic: Handler, pub unstable_features: UnstableFeatures, pub config: CrateConfig, pub check_config: CrateCheckConfig, pub edition: Edition, pub raw_identifier_spans: Lock<Vec<Span>>, pub bad_unicode_identifiers: Lock<FxHashMap<Symbol, Vec<Span>>>, source_map: Lrc<SourceMap>, pub buffered_lints: Lock<Vec<BufferedEarlyLint>>, pub ambiguous_block_expr_parse: Lock<FxHashMap<Span, Span>>, pub gated_spans: GatedSpans, pub symbol_gallery: SymbolGallery, pub reached_eof: Lock<bool>, pub env_depinfo: Lock<FxHashSet<(Symbol, Option<Symbol>)>>, pub file_depinfo: Lock<FxHashSet<Symbol>>, pub type_ascription_path_suggestions: Lock<FxHashSet<Span>>, pub assume_incomplete_release: bool, pub proc_macro_quoted_spans: Lock<Vec<Span>>, pub attr_id_generator: AttrIdGenerator,
}
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Info about a parsing session.

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§span_diagnostic: Handler§unstable_features: UnstableFeatures§config: CrateConfig§check_config: CrateCheckConfig§edition: Edition§raw_identifier_spans: Lock<Vec<Span>>

Places where raw identifiers were used. This is used to avoid complaining about idents clashing with keywords in new editions.

§bad_unicode_identifiers: Lock<FxHashMap<Symbol, Vec<Span>>>

Places where identifiers that contain invalid Unicode codepoints but that look like they should be. Useful to avoid bad tokenization when encountering emoji. We group them to provide a single error per unique incorrect identifier.

§source_map: Lrc<SourceMap>§buffered_lints: Lock<Vec<BufferedEarlyLint>>§ambiguous_block_expr_parse: Lock<FxHashMap<Span, Span>>

Contains the spans of block expressions that could have been incomplete based on the operation token that followed it, but that the parser cannot identify without further analysis.

§gated_spans: GatedSpans§symbol_gallery: SymbolGallery§reached_eof: Lock<bool>

The parser has reached Eof due to an unclosed brace. Used to silence unnecessary errors.

§env_depinfo: Lock<FxHashSet<(Symbol, Option<Symbol>)>>

Environment variables accessed during the build and their values when they exist.

§file_depinfo: Lock<FxHashSet<Symbol>>

File paths accessed during the build.

§type_ascription_path_suggestions: Lock<FxHashSet<Span>>

All the type ascriptions expressions that have had a suggestion for likely path typo.

§assume_incomplete_release: bool

Whether cfg(version) should treat the current release as incomplete

§proc_macro_quoted_spans: Lock<Vec<Span>>

Spans passed to proc_macro::quote_span. Each span has a numerical identifier represented by its position in the vector.

§attr_id_generator: AttrIdGenerator

Used to generate new AttrIds. Every AttrId is unique.

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impl ParseSess

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pub fn new( locale_resources: Vec<&'static str>, file_path_mapping: FilePathMapping ) -> Self

Used for testing.

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pub fn with_span_handler(handler: Handler, source_map: Lrc<SourceMap>) -> Self

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pub fn with_silent_emitter(fatal_note: Option<String>) -> Self

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pub fn source_map(&self) -> &SourceMap

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pub fn clone_source_map(&self) -> Lrc<SourceMap>

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pub fn buffer_lint( &self, lint: &'static Lint, span: impl Into<MultiSpan>, node_id: NodeId, msg: &str )

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pub fn buffer_lint_with_diagnostic( &self, lint: &'static Lint, span: impl Into<MultiSpan>, node_id: NodeId, msg: &str, diagnostic: BuiltinLintDiagnostics )

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pub fn save_proc_macro_span(&self, span: Span) -> usize

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pub fn proc_macro_quoted_spans(&self) -> Vec<Span>

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pub fn create_err<'a>( &'a self, err: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'a, ErrorGuaranteed>

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pub fn emit_err<'a>(&'a self, err: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a>) -> ErrorGuaranteed

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pub fn create_warning<'a>( &'a self, warning: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a, ()> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'a, ()>

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pub fn emit_warning<'a>(&'a self, warning: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a, ()>)

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pub fn create_note<'a>( &'a self, note: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a, Noted> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'a, Noted>

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pub fn emit_note<'a>(&'a self, note: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a, Noted>) -> Noted

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pub fn create_fatal<'a>( &'a self, fatal: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a, !> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'a, !>

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pub fn emit_fatal<'a>(&'a self, fatal: impl IntoDiagnostic<'a, !>) -> !

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pub fn struct_err( &self, msg: impl Into<DiagnosticMessage> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'_, ErrorGuaranteed>

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pub fn struct_warn( &self, msg: impl Into<DiagnosticMessage> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'_, ()>

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pub fn struct_fatal( &self, msg: impl Into<DiagnosticMessage> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'_, !>

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pub fn struct_diagnostic<G: EmissionGuarantee>( &self, msg: impl Into<DiagnosticMessage> ) -> DiagnosticBuilder<'_, G>

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