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  1. trait AdtMetadataCompanion[M[_]] extends MetadataCompanion[M]
  2. trait BaseOptionLike[O, A] extends OptionLike[O]
  3. final class DefaultValue[T] extends AnyRef

    Captures case class parameter's default value.

    Captures case class parameter's default value. Used as type of ADT metadata parameter annotated with reifyDefaultValue.

  4. final class Mapping[+V] extends commons.IMap[String, V] with MapLike[String, V, Mapping[V]]

    Simple immutable structure to collect named values while retaining their order and providing fast, hashed lookup by name when necessary.

    Simple immutable structure to collect named values while retaining their order and providing fast, hashed lookup by name when necessary. Intended to be used for multi raw parameters.

  5. trait MetadataCompanion[M[_]] extends AnyRef
  6. trait MetadataParamStrategy extends Annotation with StaticAnnotation

    Base trait for annotations applied on RPC metadata parameters which tell the macro engine how to materialize their values based on real RPC trait, its methods or their parameters.

  7. sealed trait OptionLike[O] extends AnyRef
  8. final case class ParamFlags(rawFlags: Int) extends AnyVal with Product with Serializable

    Information about real parameter flags and modifiers as defined in Scala code.

    Information about real parameter flags and modifiers as defined in Scala code.

    Annotations
    @transparent()
  9. final case class ParamPosition(index: Int, indexOfList: Int, indexInList: Int, indexInRaw: Int) extends Product with Serializable

    Information about real parameter position in its method.

    Information about real parameter position in its method. All indices start from 0.

    index

    overall index of the parameter, among all parameter lists

    indexOfList

    index of parameter list that this parameter belongs to

    indexInList

    index of the parameter inside its parameter list

    indexInRaw

    index of the parameter in its corresponding @multi metadata parameter (or zero if not @multi)

  10. trait RawMethodAnnotation extends Annotation with RawSymAnnotation
  11. trait RawParamAnnotation extends Annotation with RawSymAnnotation
  12. trait RawSymAnnotation extends Annotation with StaticAnnotation

    For annotations applied on raw RPC traits, their methods, parameters and also metadata parameters for RPC traits and data types.

    For annotations applied on raw RPC traits, their methods, parameters and also metadata parameters for RPC traits and data types. They specify how real symbols are matched against raw symbols (e.g. real RPC method against raw RPC methods).

  13. trait RealSymAnnotation extends Annotation with StaticAnnotation

    For annotations applied on real RPC traits, their methods and parameters.

  14. sealed trait SymbolArity extends Annotation with RawParamAnnotation

    Base trait for RPC arity annotations, single, optional and multi.

    Base trait for RPC arity annotations, single, optional and multi. Arity annotations may be used in multiple contexts:

    - raw methods - raw parameters - metadata parameters for raw methods and raw parameters - metadata parameters that reify annotations (i.e. annotated with reifyAnnot)

    See documentation of each arity annotation for more details.

  15. final case class TypeFlags(rawFlags: Int) extends AnyVal with Product with Serializable

    Information about real parameter flags and modifiers as defined in Scala code.

    Information about real parameter flags and modifiers as defined in Scala code.

    Annotations
    @transparent()
  16. trait TypedMetadata[T] extends AnyRef

    This trait must be extended by all method metadata classes and all parameter metadata classes.

    This trait must be extended by all method metadata classes and all parameter metadata classes. For method metadata, type parameter T will be matched against each real method result type. For parameter metadata, type parameter T will be matched against each real parameter type.

  17. final class adtCaseMetadata extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    @adtCaseMetadata applied on metadata parameter of ADT hierarchy (sealed trait) metadata class indicates that this parameter holds metadata for its case classes (one, some or all, depending on SymbolArity, tagging, etc.).

  18. final class adtParamMetadata extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    @adtParamMetadata applied on metadata parameter of metadata class for case class or object indicates that this parameter holds metadata for ADT parameter(s) (one, some or all, depending on SymbolArity, tagging, etc.).

  19. final class annotated[A <: StaticAnnotation] extends Annotation with RawSymAnnotation

    Filter applied on raw methods or parameters which tells the macro engine that this raw method or parameter may only match real methods or parameters annotated with at least one annotation of given type A (or any subtype).

    Filter applied on raw methods or parameters which tells the macro engine that this raw method or parameter may only match real methods or parameters annotated with at least one annotation of given type A (or any subtype).

    This is similar to tagged but simplier. Tagging lets you explicitly specify all possible tag types and provide default/fallback tags when no tag is present.

    A

    type of annotation required to be present on real method or parameter

  20. final class auxiliary extends Annotation with RawParamAnnotation

    Raw parameters annotated as @auxiliary match real parameters without "consuming" them.

    Raw parameters annotated as @auxiliary match real parameters without "consuming" them. This means that real parameters matched by an auxiliary raw parameter must also be matched by some non-auxiliary raw parameter. This way these real params will be matched to more than one raw parameter and effectively duplicated. However, auxiliary raw param may use different encoding that the non-auxiliary one. This may be useful for implementors of raw RPC traits.

    When extracting real parameter values from raw calls, auxiliary parameters are completely ignored and only the matching non-auxiliary raw param value is used.

  21. final class checked extends Annotation with StaticAnnotation

    May be applied on metadata parameters with infer annotation (or just implicit metadata parameters - they have infer strategy by default).

    May be applied on metadata parameters with infer annotation (or just implicit metadata parameters - they have infer strategy by default). Metadata parameter annotated as checked makes the implicit search for that metadata parameter influence the decision about whether some metadata parameter matches real method or param or not. Without checked annotation, when implicit search for metadata parameter fails, the macro engine ignores that fact and error is only reported after macro is fully expanded.

  22. final class composite extends Annotation with RawParamAnnotation

    Can be applied on raw method parameters or metadata parameters.

    Can be applied on raw method parameters or metadata parameters. When a parameter is annotated as @composite, the macro engine expects its type to be a class with public primary constructor. Then, it recursively inspects its constructor parameters and treats them as if they were direct parameters. This effectively groups multiple raw parameters or multiple metadata parameters into a single class.

  23. final class infer extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    When a metadata parameter is annotated as @infer, RPC macro engine will materialize that parameter by searching for an implicit value of that parameter's type.

    When a metadata parameter is annotated as @infer, RPC macro engine will materialize that parameter by searching for an implicit value of that parameter's type. @infer is the default strategy assumed for implicit parameters of metadata classes, so using this annotation explicitly is only needed when you want an implicit search done for non-implicit parameter. This may be useful if, e.g. you want an inferred parameter to be a case class field.

    NOTE: By default, implicit search for @infer parameter does NOT affect the decision about whether some real method or real parameter matches a metadata parameter. For example, if an implicit for @infer parameter cannot be found, you will only know about it *after* the metadata materializing macro has already been expanded. This behaviour can be changed with checked annotation.

    The @infer annotation may also be used on a parameter of an annotation reified with reifyAnnot in order to simulate implicit parameter. This is a workaround for the fact that Scala annotations cannot accept multiple parameter lists. In such situation, infer.value should be used as default value of "implicit" annotation parameter:

    class valueWithCodec[T](value: T, @infer codec: GenCodec[T] = infer.value)
      extends scala.annotation.StaticAnnotation
  24. final class isAnnotated[T <: StaticAnnotation] extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    Metadata parameter typed as Boolean can be annotated with @isAnnotated[SomeAnnotation].

    Metadata parameter typed as Boolean can be annotated with @isAnnotated[SomeAnnotation]. Boolean value will then hold information about whether RPC trait, method or parameter for which metadata is materialized is annotated with SomeAnnotation (or any subtype) or not.

  25. final class multi extends Annotation with SymbolArity

    When applied on raw method, specifies that this raw method may be matched by many, arbitrarily named real methods.

    When applied on raw method, specifies that this raw method may be matched by many, arbitrarily named real methods. In order to distinguish between real methods when translating raw call into real call, multi raw method must take real method's RPC name (a String) as one of its parameters (see methodName). By default, result type of multi raw method is encoded and the macro engine searches for appropriate AsRaw or AsReal conversion between real method result type and raw method result type.

    When applied on raw parameter, specifies that this raw parameter may be matched by arbitrary number of real parameters whose values are typically encoded and collected into (or extracted from) raw parameter value. The way real parameter values are collected and extracted depends on the type of raw parameter which must be either:

    - an Iterable[R] or any subtype (e.g. List[R]) - a PartialFunction[String,R] or any subtype (e.g. Map[String,R])

    R denotes the type used to represent each real parameter value. Be default (unless verbatim is used) it means that each real value will be encoded as R and decoded from R - see encoded for more information about how parameters are encoded and decoded.

    If raw parameter is a Coll <: Iterable[Raw] then in order to collect real values into raw value, the macro engine will search for an instance of CanBuildFrom[Nothing,R,Coll] and use it to build the raw value. In order to extract real values from raw value, macro generated code will obtain an Iterator[R] from the raw value and pull and possibly decode all the values. If the iterator is exhausted before all real values could be obtained then default parameter values specified on real parameters (if any) will be used as fallback values instead of failing.

    If raw parameter is an IndexedSeq[Raw] then extraction is optimized - instead of using an iterator, values are extracted by index (potentially also falling back to default values of real parameters).

    Finally, when raw parameter is a Mapping <: PartialFunction[String,R] then not only values but also parameter names are collected - the macro engine will search for an instance of CanBuildFrom[Nothing,(String,R),Mapping] in order to collect the mapping. Parameter names may be adjusted with rpcName but must be unique in the scope of a single raw parameter. In order to extract real values from mapping, macro generated code will call applyOrElse on the raw value giving it the name of each real parameter and also falling back to possible default parameter values, in case they are missing in the raw call.

    Note that when raw parameter is a name-value mapping, you can freely reorder real parameter without fear of breaking backwards compatibility. You can also safely add new real parameters as long as you provide default values for them.

    Just like single and optional, multi can also be applied on metadata parameters corresponding to raw methods and raw parameters. The type of multi metadata parameter must be a collection, in the same way as it's required for multi raw parameters. Metadata classes materialized for raw methods and raw parameters must extend TypedMetadata[T] where T will be matched against each real method result type or each real parameter type.

    Ultimately, multi may be specified on metadata parameter that reifies annotations from real trait/method/param (see reifyAnnot). Such metadata parameter must be a collection: any subtype of Iterable[A] where A is the type of annotation being reified. The macro will then reify all matching annotations from real symbol, including inherited ones.

  26. final class optional extends Annotation with SymbolArity

    When applied on raw method, it works almost the same way as single except that it is not required that matching real method exists in real RPC trait.

    When applied on raw method, it works almost the same way as single except that it is not required that matching real method exists in real RPC trait. If there is no matching real method, macro-materialized AsRaw implementation will implement the raw method with a code that throws an exception.

    When applied on raw parameter, specifies that this raw parameter may be matched by a real parameter but this is not required. Whether a real parameter matches an optional raw parameter is determined by its type and/or tag (see paramTag for more information on param tagging).

    Raw parameters marked as optional must be typed as Option[T] (or Opt[T], OptArg[T] or whatever type that has an instance of OptionLike). By default, optional raw parameters are verbatim which means that the option-wrapped type T must match exactly the type of real parameter.

    In the macro generated code that translates a raw call into a real call, when the raw parameter value is absent (the Option[T] is empty) then real parameter's default value will be used as fallback. This allows introducing new parameters into RPC interfaces without breaking backwards compatibility.

    optional may also be used on method metadata parameters or parameter metadata parameters. It works the same way as with single except that metadata class must be wrapped in an OptionLike type (Option, Opt, etc.).

    Finally, optional may also be used for metadata parameters that hold reified annotations (see reifyAnnot). In that case it is not required that the annotation being reified is actually present on the real trait/method/param. For that to work, metadata param must be typed as Option[A], Opt[A], etc. where A is the type of annotation being reified.

  27. final class reifyAnnot extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    Metadata parameter annotated as @reifyAnnot is intended to hold annotation(s) that must or may be present on the real RPC trait, method or parameter.

    Metadata parameter annotated as @reifyAnnot is intended to hold annotation(s) that must or may be present on the real RPC trait, method or parameter. @reifyAnnot parameters may have arity, which means that they may be annotated as single (the default), optional or multi. Arity annotation determines what parameter type the macro engine expects:

    - for single, metadata parameter type must extend StaticAnnotation and an annotation of that type must be present on the real symbol or compilation error will be raised - for optional, metadata parameter type must be an Option/Opt/etc. that wraps some StaticAnnotation. If that annotation is present on the real symbol, it will be reified as metadata value. - for multi, metadata parameter type must be a subtype of Iterable[StaticAnnotation], e.g. List[SomeAnnot]. The macro will then reify all annotations of that particular type present on the real symbol as metadata value.

    NOTE: all annotations are inherited from super/overridden symbols, i.e. - for RPC traits, annotations are inherited from all superclasses and supertraits - for RPC methods, annotations are inherited from all overridden or implemented abstract methods - for RPC parameters, annotations are inherited from all corresponding parameters (by index, not name) from all methods overridden or implemented by method containing the parameter for which metadata is being reified.

  28. final class reifyDefaultValue extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    Metadata parameter annotated with this annotation must be of type DefaultValue[T] where T is the type of case class field for which metadata is being materialized.

    Metadata parameter annotated with this annotation must be of type DefaultValue[T] where T is the type of case class field for which metadata is being materialized. The parameter may also be marked as optional and wrapped into an Option, Opt, etc.

    As a value of this metadata parameter, macro engine will capture and reify case class field's Scala-level default value wrapped into DefaultValue[T]. **NOTE**: this only works for case class fields, unfortunately it does not work RPC method parameters because it's not possible to obtain default value of RPC method parameter without having some actual instance of RPC trait.

  29. final class reifyFlags extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    Metadata parameter annotated with this annotation must be of type ParamFlags - a class that holds parameter flags information - see scaladoc for ParamFlags for more details.

  30. final class reifyName extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    This annotation may only be applied on metadata parameters of type String and instructs the macro engine to reify the name of real RPC trait/method/parameter.

    This annotation may only be applied on metadata parameters of type String and instructs the macro engine to reify the name of real RPC trait/method/parameter. Depending on the value of useRawName flag, the macro will either take into account or ignore potential rpcName annotation.

  31. final class reifyPosition extends Annotation with MetadataParamStrategy

    Metadata parameter annotated with this annotation must be of type ParamPosition - a class that holds parameter index information - see scaladoc for ParamPosition for more details.

  32. final class single extends Annotation with SymbolArity

    The default arity annotation.

    The default arity annotation. Usually there is no need to use this annotation explicitly.

    When applied on raw method, there must be exactly one real method matching this raw method and it must have the same name (or rpcName) as raw method's name.

    When applied on raw parameter, specifies that this raw parameter must be matched by exactly one real parameter, on the position that matches raw parameter's position. Names are ignored because - unlike methods - parameters are identified by their position in parameter list(s) rather than their name.

    By default, single raw methods and parameters are verbatim which means that the real method must have exactly the same return type as raw method and real parameter must have exactly the same type as raw parameter.

    When applied on method metadata parameter or parameter metadata parameter, the rules above apply in the same way except that real method/parameter type is matched against the type passed as T to TypedMetadata[T] by metadata class. For example, if method metadata class extends TypedMetadata[Unit] then Unit is assumed to be the result type of raw method that this metadata class represents. Similarly, when parameter metadata class extends TypedMetadata[Int] then raw parameter represented by this metadata class is assumed to be of type Int.

    Finally, when applied on metadata parameter with reifyAnnot, that parameter is supposed to hold exactly one instance of an annotation of given type from real trait/method/param. If there is no such annotation available, compilation error will be raised.

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