Platform class

Provides API parity with the Platform class in dart:io, but using instance properties rather than static properties. This difference enables the use of these APIs in tests, where you can provide mock implementations.

Implementers

Constructors

Platform()
Creates a new Platform.
const

Properties

environment → Map<String, String>
The environment for this process. [...]
read-only
executable → String
The path of the executable used to run the script in this isolate. [...]
read-only
executableArguments → List<String>
The flags passed to the executable used to run the script in this isolate. These are the command-line flags between the executable name and the script name. Each fetch of executableArguments returns a new list containing the flags passed to the executable.
read-only
isAndroid → bool
True if the operating system is Android.
read-only
isFuchsia → bool
True if the operating system is Fuchsia
read-only
isIOS → bool
True if the operating system is iOS.
read-only
isLinux → bool
True if the operating system is Linux.
read-only
isMacOS → bool
True if the operating system is OS X.
read-only
isWindows → bool
True if the operating system is Windows.
read-only
localeName → String
Get the name of the current locale.
read-only
localHostname → String
Get the local hostname for the system.
read-only
numberOfProcessors → int
The number of processors of the machine.
read-only
operatingSystem → String
A string (linux, macos, windows, android, ios, or fuchsia) representing the operating system.
read-only
operatingSystemVersion → String
A string representing the version of the operating system or platform.
read-only
packageConfig → String
The value of the --packages flag passed to the executable used to run the script in this isolate. This is the configuration which specifies how Dart packages are looked up. [...]
read-only
packageRoot → String
The value of the --package-root flag passed to the executable used to run the script in this isolate. This is the directory in which Dart packages are looked up. [...]
read-only
pathSeparator → String
The path separator used by the operating system to separate components in file paths.
read-only
resolvedExecutable → String
The path of the executable used to run the script in this isolate after it has been resolved by the OS. [...]
read-only
script → Uri
The absolute URI of the script being run in this isolate. [...]
read-only
stdinSupportsAnsi → bool
When stdin is connected to a terminal, whether ANSI codes are supported.
read-only
stdoutSupportsAnsi → bool
When stdout is connected to a terminal, whether ANSI codes are supported.
read-only
version → String
The version of the current Dart runtime. [...]
read-only
hashCode → int
The hash code for this object.
read-only, inherited
runtimeType → Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited

Methods

toJson() → String
Returns a JSON-encoded representation of this platform.
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed.
inherited
toString() → String
Returns a string representation of this object.
inherited

Operators

operator ==(dynamic other) → bool
The equality operator.
inherited