pub struct HygieneData {
    local_expn_data: IndexVec<LocalExpnId, Option<ExpnData>>,
    local_expn_hashes: IndexVec<LocalExpnId, ExpnHash>,
    foreign_expn_data: FxHashMap<ExpnId, ExpnData>,
    foreign_expn_hashes: FxHashMap<ExpnId, ExpnHash>,
    expn_hash_to_expn_id: UnhashMap<ExpnHash, ExpnId>,
    syntax_context_data: Vec<SyntaxContextData>,
    syntax_context_map: FxHashMap<(SyntaxContext, ExpnId, Transparency), SyntaxContext>,
    expn_data_disambiguators: FxHashMap<u64, u32>,


§local_expn_data: IndexVec<LocalExpnId, Option<ExpnData>>

Each expansion should have an associated expansion data, but sometimes there’s a delay between creation of an expansion ID and obtaining its data (e.g. macros are collected first and then resolved later), so we use an Option here.

§local_expn_hashes: IndexVec<LocalExpnId, ExpnHash>§foreign_expn_data: FxHashMap<ExpnId, ExpnData>

Data and hash information from external crates. We may eventually want to remove these maps, and fetch the information directly from the other crate’s metadata like DefIds do.

§foreign_expn_hashes: FxHashMap<ExpnId, ExpnHash>§expn_hash_to_expn_id: UnhashMap<ExpnHash, ExpnId>§syntax_context_data: Vec<SyntaxContextData>§syntax_context_map: FxHashMap<(SyntaxContext, ExpnId, Transparency), SyntaxContext>§expn_data_disambiguators: FxHashMap<u64, u32>

Maps the local_hash of an ExpnData to the next disambiguator value. This is used by update_disambiguator to keep track of which ExpnDatas would have collisions without a disambiguator. The keys of this map are always computed with ExpnData.disambiguator set to 0.


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