element library

Classes

ClassElement
An element that represents a class. [...]
ClassMemberElement
An element that is contained within a ClassElement. [...]
CompilationUnitElement
An element representing a compilation unit. [...]
ConstructorElement
An element representing a constructor or a factory method defined within a class. [...]
Element
The base class for all of the elements in the element model. Generally speaking, the element model is a semantic model of the program that represents things that are declared with a name and hence can be referenced elsewhere in the code. [...]
ElementAnnotation
A single annotation associated with an element. [...]
ElementKind
The kind of elements in the element model. [...]
ElementLocation
The location of an element within the element model. [...]
ElementVisitor<R>
An object that can be used to visit an element structure. [...]
ExecutableElement
An element representing an executable object, including functions, methods, constructors, getters, and setters. [...]
ExportElement
An export directive within a library. [...]
FieldElement
A field defined within a type. [...]
FieldFormalParameterElement
A field formal parameter defined within a constructor element. [...]
FunctionElement
A (non-method) function. This can be either a top-level function, a local function, a closure, or the initialization expression for a field or variable. [...]
FunctionTypeAliasElement
A function type alias (typedef). [...]
FunctionTypedElement
An element that has a FunctionType as its type. [...]
GenericFunctionTypeElement
The pseudo-declaration that defines a generic function type. [...]
GenericTypeAliasElement
A FunctionTypeAliasElement whose returned function type has a type parameter. [...]
HideElementCombinator
A combinator that causes some of the names in a namespace to be hidden when being imported. [...]
ImportElement
A single import directive within a library. [...]
LabelElement
A label associated with a statement. [...]
LibraryElement
A library. [...]
LocalElement
An element that can be (but is not required to be) defined within a method or function (an ExecutableElement). [...]
LocalVariableElement
A local variable. [...]
MethodElement
An element that represents a method defined within a type. [...]
MultiplyDefinedElement
A pseudo-element that represents multiple elements defined within a single scope that have the same name. This situation is not allowed by the language, so objects implementing this interface always represent an error. As a result, most of the normal operations on elements do not make sense and will return useless results. [...]
MultiplyInheritedExecutableElement
An ExecutableElement, with the additional information of a list of ExecutableElements from which this element was composed. [...]
NamespaceCombinator
An object that controls how namespaces are combined. [...]
ParameterElement
A parameter defined within an executable element. [...]
PrefixElement
A prefix used to import one or more libraries into another library. [...]
PropertyAccessorElement
A getter or a setter. Note that explicitly defined property accessors implicitly define a synthetic field. Symmetrically, synthetic accessors are implicitly created for explicitly defined fields. The following rules apply: [...]
PropertyInducingElement
A variable that has an associated getter and possibly a setter. Note that explicitly defined variables implicitly define a synthetic getter and that non-final explicitly defined variables implicitly define a synthetic setter. Symmetrically, synthetic fields are implicitly created for explicitly defined getters and setters. The following rules apply: [...]
ShowElementCombinator
A combinator that cause some of the names in a namespace to be visible (and the rest hidden) when being imported. [...]
TopLevelVariableElement
A top-level variable. [...]
TypeDefiningElement
An element that defines a type. [...]
TypeParameterElement
A type parameter. [...]
TypeParameterizedElement
An element that has type parameters, such as a class or a typedef. This also includes functions and methods if support for generic methods is enabled. [...]
UndefinedElement
A pseudo-elements that represents names that are undefined. This situation is not allowed by the language, so objects implementing this interface always represent an error. As a result, most of the normal operations on elements do not make sense and will return useless results. [...]
UriReferencedElement
An element included into a library using some URI. [...]
VariableElement
A variable. There are more specific subclasses for more specific kinds of variables. [...]