TypeReprMethods

Extension methods of TypeRepr

Source:
Quotes.scala
class Object
trait Matchable
class Any

Extensions

Extensions

extension (self: TypeRepr)
def <:<(that: TypeRepr): Boolean

Is this type a subtype of that type?

Is this type a subtype of that type?

Source:
Quotes.scala
def =:=(that: TypeRepr): Boolean

Is self type the same as that type? This is the case iff self <:< that and that <:< self.

Is self type the same as that type? This is the case iff self <:< that and that <:< self.

Source:
Quotes.scala

The current type applied to given type arguments: this[targ]

The current type applied to given type arguments: this[targ]

Source:
Quotes.scala

The current type applied to given type arguments: this[targ0, ..., targN]

The current type applied to given type arguments: this[targ0, ..., targN]

Source:
Quotes.scala
def asType: Type[_ <: AnyKind]

Convert this TypeRepr to an Type[?]

Convert this TypeRepr to an Type[?]

Usage:

package scala.quoted
trait Snippet0 { self: runtime.QuoteUnpickler & scala.quoted.runtime.QuoteMatching &    scala.quoted.Quotes =>
  val QuoteUnpickler = self
  val QuoteMatching = self
  val Quotes = self
  trait Snippet1 { self: Quotes.reflect.type /*Quotes.reflectModule*/ &    Quotes.reflectModule =>
    val reflect = self
    val reflectModule = self
    trait Snippet2 { self: reflectModule.TypeReprMethods =>
      val TypeReprMethods = self
      def f(using Quotes) = {
      val typeRepr: TypeRepr = ???
      typeRepr.asType match
        case '[t] =>
          '{ val x: t = ??? }
      }
    }
  }
}
Source:
Quotes.scala

The base classes of this type with the class itself as first element.

The base classes of this type with the class itself as first element.

Source:
Quotes.scala

The least type instance of given class which is a super-type of this type.

The least type instance of given class which is a super-type of this type. Example:

class D[T]
class C extends p.D[Int]
ThisType(C).baseType(D) = p.D[Int]
Source:
Quotes.scala

Follow aliases, annotated types until type is no longer alias type, annotated type.

Follow aliases, annotated types until type is no longer alias type, annotated type.

Source:
Quotes.scala

Is this type an instance of a non-bottom subclass of the given class cls?

Is this type an instance of a non-bottom subclass of the given class cls?

Source:
Quotes.scala

Is this type an context function type?

Is this type an context function type?

See also:

isFunctionType

Source:
Quotes.scala

Is this type a dependent function type?

Is this type a dependent function type?

See also:

isFunctionType

Source:
Quotes.scala

Is this type an erased function type?

Is this type an erased function type?

See also:

isFunctionType

Source:
Quotes.scala

Is this type a function type?

Is this type a function type?

Returns:

true if the dealiased type of self without refinement is FunctionN[T1, T2, ..., Tn]

Note:

The function

  • returns true for given Int => Int and erased Int => Int

  • returns false for List[Int], despite that List[Int] <:< Int => Int.

Source:
Quotes.scala

Is this type a TupleN type?

Is this type a TupleN type?

Returns:

true if the dealiased type of self is TupleN[T1, T2, ..., Tn]

Source:
Quotes.scala

The type

The type sym>, reduced if possible

Source:
Quotes.scala

Shows the type as a String

Shows the type as a String

Source:
Quotes.scala

A simplified version of this type which is equivalent wrt =:= to this type.

A simplified version of this type which is equivalent wrt =:= to this type. Reduces typerefs, applied match types, and and or types.

Source:
Quotes.scala

Substitute all types that refer in their symbol attribute to one of the symbols in from by the corresponding types in to.

Substitute all types that refer in their symbol attribute to one of the symbols in from by the corresponding types in to.

Source:
Quotes.scala

The applied type arguments (empty if there is no such arguments)

The applied type arguments (empty if there is no such arguments)

Source:
Quotes.scala

Widen from singleton type to its underlying non-singleton base type by applying one or more underlying dereferences, Also go from => T to T.

Widen from singleton type to its underlying non-singleton base type by applying one or more underlying dereferences, Also go from => T to T. Identity for all other types. Example:

class Outer { class C ; val x: C } def o: Outer .widen = o.C

Source:
Quotes.scala

Widen from ByName type to its result type.

Widen from ByName type to its result type.

Source:
Quotes.scala

Widen from TermRef to its underlying non-termref base type, while also skipping ByName types.

Widen from TermRef to its underlying non-termref base type, while also skipping ByName types.

Source:
Quotes.scala