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Scala example source code file (StdAttachments.scala)

This example Scala source code file (StdAttachments.scala) is included in my "Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you more easily find Scala source code examples by using tags.

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Scala tags/keywords

attachable, classtag, compoundtypetreeoriginalattachment, importableattachment, importer, list, plainattachment, pos, position, t

The StdAttachments.scala Scala example source code

package scala
package reflect
package internal

trait StdAttachments {
  self: SymbolTable =>

   * Common code between reflect-internal Symbol and Tree related to Attachments.
  trait Attachable {
    protected var rawatt: scala.reflect.macros.Attachments { type Pos = Position } = NoPosition
    def attachments = rawatt
    def setAttachments(attachments: scala.reflect.macros.Attachments { type Pos = Position }): this.type = { rawatt = attachments; this }
    def updateAttachment[T: ClassTag](attachment: T): this.type = { rawatt = rawatt.update(attachment); this }
    def removeAttachment[T: ClassTag]: this.type = { rawatt = rawatt.remove[T]; this }
    def hasAttachment[T: ClassTag]: Boolean = rawatt.contains[T]

    // cannot be final due to SynchronizedSymbols
    def pos: Position = rawatt.pos
    def pos_=(pos: Position): Unit = rawatt = (rawatt withPos pos)
    def setPos(newpos: Position): this.type = { pos = newpos; this }

  /** Attachment that knows how to import itself into another universe. */
  trait ImportableAttachment {
    def importAttachment(importer: Importer): this.type

  /** Attachment that doesn't contain any reflection artificats and can be imported as-is. */
  trait PlainAttachment extends ImportableAttachment {
    def importAttachment(importer: Importer): this.type = this

  /** Stores the trees that give rise to a refined type to be used in reification.
   *  Unfortunately typed `CompoundTypeTree` is lacking essential info, and the reifier cannot use `CompoundTypeTree.tpe`.
   *  Therefore we need this hack (see `Reshape.toPreTyperTypeTree` for a detailed explanation).
  case class CompoundTypeTreeOriginalAttachment(parents: List[Tree], stats: List[Tree])

  /** When present, indicates that the host `Ident` has been created from a backquoted identifier.
  case object BackquotedIdentifierAttachment extends PlainAttachment

  /** Identifies trees are either result or intermidiate value of for loop desugaring.
  case object ForAttachment extends PlainAttachment

  /** Identifies unit constants which were inserted by the compiler (e.g. gen.mkBlock)
  case object SyntheticUnitAttachment extends PlainAttachment

  /** Untyped list of subpatterns attached to selector dummy. */
  case class SubpatternsAttachment(patterns: List[Tree])

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