constraint

package standard library
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Published: Jul 12, 2021 License: BSD-3-Clause Imports: 4 Imported by: 7

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Overview

Package constraint implements parsing and evaluation of build constraint lines. See https://golang.org/cmd/go/#hdr-Build_constraints for documentation about build constraints themselves.

This package parses both the original “// +build” syntax and the “//go:build” syntax that will be added in Go 1.17. The parser is being included in Go 1.16 to allow tools that need to process Go 1.17 source code to still be built against the Go 1.16 release. See https://golang.org/design/draft-gobuild for details about the “//go:build” syntax.

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Constants

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Variables

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Functions

func IsGoBuild

func IsGoBuild(line string) bool

IsGoBuild reports whether the line of text is a “//go:build” constraint. It only checks the prefix of the text, not that the expression itself parses.

func IsPlusBuild

func IsPlusBuild(line string) bool

IsPlusBuild reports whether the line of text is a “// +build” constraint. It only checks the prefix of the text, not that the expression itself parses.

func PlusBuildLines

func PlusBuildLines(x Expr) ([]string, error)

PlusBuildLines returns a sequence of “// +build” lines that evaluate to the build expression x. If the expression is too complex to convert directly to “// +build” lines, PlusBuildLines returns an error.

Types

type AndExpr

type AndExpr struct {
	X, Y Expr
}

An AndExpr represents the expression X && Y.

func (*AndExpr) Eval

func (x *AndExpr) Eval(ok func(tag string) bool) bool

func (*AndExpr) String

func (x *AndExpr) String() string

type Expr

type Expr interface {
	// String returns the string form of the expression,
	// using the boolean syntax used in //go:build lines.
	String() string

	// Eval reports whether the expression evaluates to true.
	// It calls ok(tag) as needed to find out whether a given build tag
	// is satisfied by the current build configuration.
	Eval(ok func(tag string) bool) bool
	// contains filtered or unexported methods
}

An Expr is a build tag constraint expression. The underlying concrete type is *AndExpr, *OrExpr, *NotExpr, or *TagExpr.

func Parse

func Parse(line string) (Expr, error)

Parse parses a single build constraint line of the form “//go:build ...” or “// +build ...” and returns the corresponding boolean expression.

type NotExpr

type NotExpr struct {
	X Expr
}

A NotExpr represents the expression !X (the negation of X).

func (*NotExpr) Eval

func (x *NotExpr) Eval(ok func(tag string) bool) bool

func (*NotExpr) String

func (x *NotExpr) String() string

type OrExpr

type OrExpr struct {
	X, Y Expr
}

An OrExpr represents the expression X || Y.

func (*OrExpr) Eval

func (x *OrExpr) Eval(ok func(tag string) bool) bool

func (*OrExpr) String

func (x *OrExpr) String() string

type SyntaxError

type SyntaxError struct {
	Offset int    // byte offset in input where error was detected
	Err    string // description of error
}

A SyntaxError reports a syntax error in a parsed build expression.

func (*SyntaxError) Error

func (e *SyntaxError) Error() string

type TagExpr

type TagExpr struct {
	Tag string // for example, “linux” or “cgo”
}

A TagExpr is an Expr for the single tag Tag.

func (*TagExpr) Eval

func (x *TagExpr) Eval(ok func(tag string) bool) bool

func (*TagExpr) String

func (x *TagExpr) String() string

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