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// Copyright (c) 2014, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
library analyzer.src.error.codes;
import 'package:analyzer/error/error.dart';
export 'package:analyzer/src/analysis_options/error/option_codes.dart';
export 'package:analyzer/src/dart/error/hint_codes.dart';
export 'package:analyzer/src/dart/error/lint_codes.dart';
export 'package:analyzer/src/dart/error/todo_codes.dart';
export 'package:analyzer/src/html/error/html_codes.dart';
/**
* The error codes used for compile time errors caused by constant evaluation
* that would throw an exception when run in checked mode. The client of the
* analysis engine is responsible for determining how these errors should be
* presented to the user (for example, a command-line compiler might elect to
* treat these errors differently depending whether it is compiling it "checked"
* mode).
*/
class CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode extends ErrorCode {
// TODO(paulberry): improve the text of these error messages so that it's
// clear to the user that the error is coming from constant evaluation (and
// hence the constant needs to be a subtype of the annotated type) as opposed
// to static type analysis (which only requires that the two types be
// assignable). Also consider populating the "correction" field for these
// errors.
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode
CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_FIELD_TYPE_MISMATCH =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_FIELD_TYPE_MISMATCH',
"A value of type '{0}' can't be assigned to the field '{1}', which "
"has type '{2}'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode
CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_PARAM_TYPE_MISMATCH =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_PARAM_TYPE_MISMATCH',
"A value of type '{0}' can't be assigned to a parameter of type "
"'{1}'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_THROWS_EXCEPTION =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode('CONST_EVAL_THROWS_EXCEPTION',
"Evaluation of this constant expression throws an exception.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: In checked mode, it is a dynamic type error
* if o is not <b>null</b> and the interface of the class of <i>o</i> is not a
* subtype of the static type of the field <i>v</i>.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type of the initializer expression
* 1: the name of the type of the field
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode
CONST_FIELD_INITIALIZER_NOT_ASSIGNABLE =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_FIELD_INITIALIZER_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The initializer type '{0}' can't be assigned to the field type "
"'{1}'.");
/**
* 12.6 Lists: A run-time list literal &lt;<i>E</i>&gt; [<i>e<sub>1</sub></i>
* ... <i>e<sub>n</sub></i>] is evaluated as follows:
* * The operator []= is invoked on <i>a</i> with first argument <i>i</i> and
* second argument <i>o<sub>i+1</sub></i><i>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n</i>
*
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Let <i>T<sub>i</sub></i> be the static
* type of <i>a<sub>i</sub></i>, let <i>S<sub>i</sub></i> be the type of
* <i>p<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+k</i> and let <i>S<sub>q</sub></i> be
* the type of the named parameter <i>q</i> of <i>f</i>. It is a static
* warning if <i>T<sub>j</sub></i> may not be assigned to <i>S<sub>j</sub>,
* 1 &lt;= j &lt;= m</i>.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode
LIST_ELEMENT_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE = const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(
'LIST_ELEMENT_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The element type '{0}' can't be assigned to the list type '{1}'.");
/**
* 12.7 Map: A run-time map literal &lt;<i>K</i>, <i>V</i>&gt;
* [<i>k<sub>1</sub></i> : <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> ... <i>k<sub>n</sub></i> :
* <i>e<sub>n</sub></i>] is evaluated as follows:
* * The operator []= is invoked on <i>m</i> with first argument
* <i>k<sub>i</sub></i> and second argument <i>e<sub>i</sub></i><i>, 1 &lt;=
* i &lt;= n</i>
*
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Let <i>T<sub>i</sub></i> be the static
* type of <i>a<sub>i</sub></i>, let <i>S<sub>i</sub></i> be the type of
* <i>p<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+k</i> and let <i>S<sub>q</sub></i> be
* the type of the named parameter <i>q</i> of <i>f</i>. It is a static
* warning if <i>T<sub>j</sub></i> may not be assigned to <i>S<sub>j</sub>, 1
* &lt;= j &lt;= m</i>.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode MAP_KEY_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode('MAP_KEY_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The element type '{0}' can't be assigned to the map key type '{1}'.");
/**
* 12.7 Map: A run-time map literal &lt;<i>K</i>, <i>V</i>&gt;
* [<i>k<sub>1</sub></i> : <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> ... <i>k<sub>n</sub></i> :
* <i>e<sub>n</sub></i>] is evaluated as follows:
* * The operator []= is invoked on <i>m</i> with first argument
* <i>k<sub>i</sub></i> and second argument <i>e<sub>i</sub></i><i>, 1 &lt;=
* i &lt;= n</i>
*
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Let <i>T<sub>i</sub></i> be the static
* type of <i>a<sub>i</sub></i>, let <i>S<sub>i</sub></i> be the type of
* <i>p<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+k</i> and let <i>S<sub>q</sub></i> be
* the type of the named parameter <i>q</i> of <i>f</i>. It is a static
* warning if <i>T<sub>j</sub></i> may not be assigned to <i>S<sub>j</sub>, 1
* &lt;= j &lt;= m</i>.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode MAP_VALUE_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(
'MAP_VALUE_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The element type '{0}' can't be assigned to the map value type "
"'{1}'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode VARIABLE_TYPE_MISMATCH =
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(
'VARIABLE_TYPE_MISMATCH',
"A value of type '{0}' can't be assigned to a variable of type "
"'{1}'.");
/**
* Initialize a newly created error code to have the given [name]. The message
* associated with the error will be created from the given [message]
* template. The correction associated with the error will be created from the
* given [correction] template.
*/
const CheckedModeCompileTimeErrorCode(String name, String message,
[String correction])
: super(name, message, correction);
@override
ErrorSeverity get errorSeverity =>
ErrorType.CHECKED_MODE_COMPILE_TIME_ERROR.severity;
@override
ErrorType get type => ErrorType.CHECKED_MODE_COMPILE_TIME_ERROR;
}
/**
* The error codes used for compile time errors. The convention for this class
* is for the name of the error code to indicate the problem that caused the
* error to be generated and for the error message to explain what is wrong and,
* when appropriate, how the problem can be corrected.
*/
class CompileTimeErrorCode extends ErrorCode {
/**
* Enum proposal: It is also a compile-time error to explicitly instantiate an
* enum via 'new' or 'const' or to access its private fields.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode ACCESS_PRIVATE_ENUM_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'ACCESS_PRIVATE_ENUM_FIELD',
"The private fields of an enum can't be accessed, even within the "
"same library.");
/**
* 14.2 Exports: It is a compile-time error if a name <i>N</i> is re-exported
* by a library <i>L</i> and <i>N</i> is introduced into the export namespace
* of <i>L</i> by more than one export, unless each all exports refer to same
* declaration for the name N.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the ambiguous element
* 1: the name of the first library in which the type is found
* 2: the name of the second library in which the type is found
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode AMBIGUOUS_EXPORT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'AMBIGUOUS_EXPORT',
"The name '{0}' is defined in the libraries '{1}' and '{2}'.",
"Try removing the export of one of the libraries, or "
"explicitly hiding the name in one of the export directives.");
/**
* 15 Metadata: The constant expression given in an annotation is type checked
* and evaluated in the scope surrounding the declaration being annotated.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if <i>T</i> is not a class
* accessible in the current scope, optionally followed by type arguments.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: If <i>e</i> is of the form <i>const T.id(a<sub>1</sub>,
* &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>: a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip;
* x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i> it is a compile-time error if
* <i>T</i> is not a class accessible in the current scope, optionally
* followed by type arguments.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the non-type element
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode ANNOTATION_WITH_NON_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'ANNOTATION_WITH_NON_CLASS',
"The name '{0}' isn't a class.",
"Try importing the library that declares the class, "
"correcting the name to match a defined class, or "
"defining a class with the given name.");
/**
* 12.33 Argument Definition Test: It is a compile time error if <i>v</i> does
* not denote a formal parameter.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the identifier in the argument definition test that is not a
* parameter
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode ARGUMENT_DEFINITION_TEST_NON_PARAMETER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'ARGUMENT_DEFINITION_TEST_NON_PARAMETER', "'{0}' isn't a parameter.");
/**
* 17.6.3 Asynchronous For-in: It is a compile-time error if an asynchronous
* for-in statement appears inside a synchronous function.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode ASYNC_FOR_IN_WRONG_CONTEXT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'ASYNC_FOR_IN_WRONG_CONTEXT',
"The asynchronous for-in can only be used in an asynchronous function.",
"Try marking the function body with either 'async' or 'async*', or "
"removing the 'await' before the for loop.");
/**
* 16.30 Await Expressions: It is a compile-time error if the function
* immediately enclosing _a_ is not declared asynchronous. (Where _a_ is the
* await expression.)
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode AWAIT_IN_WRONG_CONTEXT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'AWAIT_IN_WRONG_CONTEXT',
"The await expression can only be used in an asynchronous function.",
"Try marking the function body with either 'async' or 'async*'.");
/**
* 16.33 Identifier Reference: It is a compile-time error if a built-in
* identifier is used as the declared name of a prefix, class, type parameter
* or type alias.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the built-in identifier that is being used
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_PREFIX_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_PREFIX_NAME',
"The built-in identifier '{0}' can't be used as a prefix name.",
"Try choosing a different name for the prefix.");
/**
* 12.30 Identifier Reference: It is a compile-time error to use a built-in
* identifier other than dynamic as a type annotation.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the built-in identifier that is being used
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPE',
"The built-in identifier '{0}' can't be used as a type.",
"Try correcting the name to match an existing type.");
/**
* 16.33 Identifier Reference: It is a compile-time error if a built-in
* identifier is used as the declared name of a prefix, class, type parameter
* or type alias.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the built-in identifier that is being used
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPE_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPE_NAME',
"The built-in identifier '{0}' can't be used as a type name.",
"Try choosing a different name for the type.");
/**
* 16.33 Identifier Reference: It is a compile-time error if a built-in
* identifier is used as the declared name of a prefix, class, type parameter
* or type alias.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the built-in identifier that is being used
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPEDEF_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPEDEF_NAME',
"The built-in identifier '{0}' can't be used as a typedef name.",
"Try choosing a different name for the typedef.");
/**
* 16.33 Identifier Reference: It is a compile-time error if a built-in
* identifier is used as the declared name of a prefix, class, type parameter
* or type alias.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the built-in identifier that is being used
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPE_PARAMETER_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'BUILT_IN_IDENTIFIER_AS_TYPE_PARAMETER_NAME',
"The built-in identifier '{0}' can't be used as a type parameter name.",
"Try choosing a different name for the type parameter.");
/**
* 13.9 Switch: It is a compile-time error if the class <i>C</i> implements
* the operator <i>==</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the this of the switch case expression
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CASE_EXPRESSION_TYPE_IMPLEMENTS_EQUALS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('CASE_EXPRESSION_TYPE_IMPLEMENTS_EQUALS',
"The switch case expression type '{0}' can't override the == operator.");
/**
* 7.2 Getters: It is a compile-time error if a class has both a getter and a
* method with the same name. This restriction holds regardless of whether the
* getter is defined explicitly or implicitly, or whether the getter or the
* method are inherited or not.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class defining the conflicting method
* 1: the name of the class defining the getter with which the method conflicts
* 2: the name of the conflicting method
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONFLICTING_GETTER_AND_METHOD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONFLICTING_GETTER_AND_METHOD',
"Class '{0}' can't have both getter '{1}.{2}' and method with the "
"same name.",
"Try converting the method to a getter, or "
"renaming the method to a name that doesn't conflit.");
/**
* 7.2 Getters: It is a compile-time error if a class has both a getter and a
* method with the same name. This restriction holds regardless of whether the
* getter is defined explicitly or implicitly, or whether the getter or the
* method are inherited or not.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class defining the conflicting getter
* 1: the name of the class defining the method with which the getter conflicts
* 2: the name of the conflicting getter
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONFLICTING_METHOD_AND_GETTER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONFLICTING_METHOD_AND_GETTER',
"Class '{0}' can't have both method '{1}.{2}' and getter with the "
"same name.",
"Try converting the getter to a method, or "
"renaming the getter to a name that doesn't conflit.");
/**
* 7.6 Constructors: A constructor name always begins with the name of its
* immediately enclosing class, and may optionally be followed by a dot and an
* identifier <i>id</i>. It is a compile-time error if <i>id</i> is the name
* of a member declared in the immediately enclosing class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the constructor
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONFLICTING_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME_AND_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONFLICTING_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME_AND_FIELD',
"'{0}' can't be used to name both a constructor and a field in this "
"class.",
"Try renaming either the constructor or the field.");
/**
* 7.6 Constructors: A constructor name always begins with the name of its
* immediately enclosing class, and may optionally be followed by a dot and an
* identifier <i>id</i>. It is a compile-time error if <i>id</i> is the name
* of a member declared in the immediately enclosing class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the constructor
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONFLICTING_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME_AND_METHOD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONFLICTING_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME_AND_METHOD',
"'{0}' can't be used to name both a constructor and a method in this "
"class.",
"Try renaming either the constructor or the field.");
/**
* 7. Classes: It is a compile time error if a generic class declares a type
* variable with the same name as the class or any of its members or
* constructors.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type variable
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONFLICTING_TYPE_VARIABLE_AND_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONFLICTING_TYPE_VARIABLE_AND_CLASS',
"'{0}' can't be used to name both a type variable and the class in "
"which the type variable is defined.",
"Try renaming either the type variable or the class.");
/**
* 7. Classes: It is a compile time error if a generic class declares a type
* variable with the same name as the class or any of its members or
* constructors.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type variable
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONFLICTING_TYPE_VARIABLE_AND_MEMBER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONFLICTING_TYPE_VARIABLE_AND_MEMBER',
"'{0}' can't be used to name both a type variable and a member in "
"this class.",
"Try renaming either the type variable or the member.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_THROWS_EXCEPTION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_THROWS_EXCEPTION',
"Const constructors can't throw exceptions.",
"Try removing the throw statement, or removing the keyword 'const'.");
/**
* 10.6.3 Constant Constructors: It is a compile-time error if a constant
* constructor is declared by a class C if any instance variable declared in C
* is initialized with an expression that is not a constant expression.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the field
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_FIELD_INITIALIZED_BY_NON_CONST =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_FIELD_INITIALIZED_BY_NON_CONST',
"Can't define the const constructor because the field '{0}' "
"is initialized with a non-constant value.",
"Try initializing the field to a constant value, or "
"removing the keyword 'const' from the constructor.");
/**
* 7.6.3 Constant Constructors: The superinitializer that appears, explicitly
* or implicitly, in the initializer list of a constant constructor must
* specify a constant constructor of the superclass of the immediately
* enclosing class or a compile-time error occurs.
*
* 9 Mixins: For each generative constructor named ... an implicitly declared
* constructor named ... is declared.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_MIXIN =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_MIXIN',
"Const constructor can't be declared for a class with a mixin.",
"Try removing the 'const' keyword, or "
"removing the 'with' clause from the class declaration.");
/**
* 7.6.3 Constant Constructors: The superinitializer that appears, explicitly
* or implicitly, in the initializer list of a constant constructor must
* specify a constant constructor of the superclass of the immediately
* enclosing class or a compile-time error occurs.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the superclass
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NON_CONST_SUPER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NON_CONST_SUPER',
"Constant constructor can't call non-constant super constructor of "
"'{0}'.",
"Try calling a const constructor in the superclass, or "
"removing the keyword 'const' from the constructor.");
/**
* 7.6.3 Constant Constructors: It is a compile-time error if a constant
* constructor is declared by a class that has a non-final instance variable.
*
* The above refers to both locally declared and inherited instance variables.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NON_FINAL_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NON_FINAL_FIELD',
"Can't define a const constructor for a class with non-final fields.",
"Try making all of the fields final, or "
"removing the keyword 'const' from the constructor.");
/**
* 12.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if <i>T</i> is a deferred type.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_DEFERRED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_DEFERRED_CLASS',
"Deferred classes can't be created with 'const'.",
"Try using 'new' to create the instance, or "
"changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* 6.2 Formal Parameters: It is a compile-time error if a formal parameter is
* declared as a constant variable.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_FORMAL_PARAMETER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('CONST_FORMAL_PARAMETER',
"Parameters can't be const.", "Try removing the 'const' keyword.");
/**
* 5 Variables: A constant variable must be initialized to a compile-time
* constant or a compile-time error occurs.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_INITIALIZED_WITH_NON_CONSTANT_VALUE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_INITIALIZED_WITH_NON_CONSTANT_VALUE',
"Const variables must be initialized with a constant value.",
"Try changing the initializer to be a constant expression.");
/**
* 5 Variables: A constant variable must be initialized to a compile-time
* constant or a compile-time error occurs.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
CONST_INITIALIZED_WITH_NON_CONSTANT_VALUE_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_INITIALIZED_WITH_NON_CONSTANT_VALUE_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used to "
"initialized a const variable.",
"Try initializing the variable without referencing members of the "
"deferred library, or "
"changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* 7.5 Instance Variables: It is a compile-time error if an instance variable
* is declared to be constant.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_INSTANCE_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_INSTANCE_FIELD',
"Only static fields can be declared as const.",
"Try declaring the field as final, or adding the keyword 'static'.");
/**
* 12.8 Maps: It is a compile-time error if the key of an entry in a constant
* map literal is an instance of a class that implements the operator
* <i>==</i> unless the key is a string or integer.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the type of the entry's key
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
CONST_MAP_KEY_EXPRESSION_TYPE_IMPLEMENTS_EQUALS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_MAP_KEY_EXPRESSION_TYPE_IMPLEMENTS_EQUALS',
"The constant map entry key expression type '{0}' can't override "
"the == operator.",
"Try using a different value for the key, or "
"removing the keyword 'const' from the map.");
/**
* 5 Variables: A constant variable must be initialized to a compile-time
* constant (12.1) or a compile-time error occurs.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the uninitialized final variable
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_NOT_INITIALIZED =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_NOT_INITIALIZED',
"The const variable '{0}' must be initialized.",
"Try adding an initialization to the declaration.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: An expression of one of the forms !e, e1 && e2 or e1 || e2,
* where e, e1 and e2 are constant expressions that evaluate to a boolean
* value.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_TYPE_BOOL =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_EVAL_TYPE_BOOL',
"In constant expressions, operands of this operator must be of type "
"'bool'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: An expression of one of the forms e1 == e2 or e1 != e2 where
* e1 and e2 are constant expressions that evaluate to a numeric, string or
* boolean value or to null.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_TYPE_BOOL_NUM_STRING =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_EVAL_TYPE_BOOL_NUM_STRING',
"In constant expressions, operands of this operator must be of type "
"'bool', 'num', 'String' or 'null'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: An expression of one of the forms ~e, e1 ^ e2, e1 & e2,
* e1 | e2, e1 >> e2 or e1 << e2, where e, e1 and e2 are constant expressions
* that evaluate to an integer value or to null.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_TYPE_INT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_EVAL_TYPE_INT',
"In constant expressions, operands of this operator must be of type "
"'int'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: An expression of one of the forms e, e1 + e2, e1 - e2, e1 *
* e2, e1 / e2, e1 ~/ e2, e1 > e2, e1 < e2, e1 >= e2, e1 <= e2 or e1 % e2,
* where e, e1 and e2 are constant expressions that evaluate to a numeric
* value or to null.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_TYPE_NUM =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_EVAL_TYPE_NUM',
"In constant expressions, operands of this operator must be of type "
"'num'.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_THROWS_EXCEPTION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('CONST_EVAL_THROWS_EXCEPTION',
"Evaluation of this constant expression throws an exception.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_EVAL_THROWS_IDBZE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_EVAL_THROWS_IDBZE',
"Evaluation of this constant expression throws an "
"IntegerDivisionByZeroException.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: If <i>T</i> is a parameterized type <i>S&lt;U<sub>1</sub>,
* &hellip;, U<sub>m</sub>&gt;</i>, let <i>R = S</i>; It is a compile time
* error if <i>S</i> is not a generic type with <i>m</i> type parameters.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type being referenced (<i>S</i>)
* 1: the number of type parameters that were declared
* 2: the number of type arguments provided
*
* See [StaticWarningCode.NEW_WITH_INVALID_TYPE_PARAMETERS], and
* [StaticTypeWarningCode.WRONG_NUMBER_OF_TYPE_ARGUMENTS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_INVALID_TYPE_PARAMETERS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_INVALID_TYPE_PARAMETERS',
"The type '{0}' is declared with {1} type parameters, but {2} type "
"arguments were given.",
"Try adjusting the number of type arguments to match the number of "
"type parameters.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: If <i>e</i> is of the form <i>const T(a<sub>1</sub>,
* &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>: a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip;,
* x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i> it is a compile-time error if the
* type <i>T</i> does not declare a constant constructor with the same name as
* the declaration of <i>T</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_NON_CONST =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_NON_CONST',
"The constructor being called isn't a const constructor.",
"Try using 'new' to call the constructor.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: In all of the above cases, it is a compile-time error if
* <i>a<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n + k</i>, is not a compile-time constant
* expression.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_NON_CONSTANT_ARGUMENT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_NON_CONSTANT_ARGUMENT',
"Arguments of a constant creation must be constant expressions.",
"Try making the argument a valid constant, or "
"use 'new' to call the constructor.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if <i>T</i> is not a class
* accessible in the current scope, optionally followed by type arguments.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: If <i>e</i> is of the form <i>const T.id(a<sub>1</sub>,
* &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>: a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip;
* x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i> it is a compile-time error if
* <i>T</i> is not a class accessible in the current scope, optionally
* followed by type arguments.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the non-type element
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_NON_TYPE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_NON_TYPE',
"The name '{0}' isn't a class.",
"Try correcting the name to match an existing class.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: If <i>T</i> is a parameterized type, it is a compile-time
* error if <i>T</i> includes a type variable among its type arguments.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_TYPE_PARAMETERS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_TYPE_PARAMETERS',
"A constant creation can't use a type parameter as a type argument.",
"Try replacing the type parameter with a different type.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if <i>T.id</i> is not the name of
* a constant constructor declared by the type <i>T</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type
* 1: the name of the requested constant constructor
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The class '{0}' doesn't have a constant constructor '{1}'.",
"Try calling a different contructor.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if <i>T.id</i> is not the name of
* a constant constructor declared by the type <i>T</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode CONST_WITH_UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR_DEFAULT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'CONST_WITH_UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR_DEFAULT',
"The class '{0}' doesn't have a default constant constructor.",
"Try calling a different contructor.");
/**
* 15.3.1 Typedef: It is a compile-time error if any default values are
* specified in the signature of a function type alias.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DEFAULT_VALUE_IN_FUNCTION_TYPE_ALIAS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DEFAULT_VALUE_IN_FUNCTION_TYPE_ALIAS',
"Default parameter values aren't allowed in typedefs.",
"Try removing the default value.");
/**
* 6.2.1 Required Formals: By means of a function signature that names the
* parameter and describes its type as a function type. It is a compile-time
* error if any default values are specified in the signature of such a
* function type.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DEFAULT_VALUE_IN_FUNCTION_TYPED_PARAMETER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DEFAULT_VALUE_IN_FUNCTION_TYPED_PARAMETER',
"Default values aren't allowed in function typed parameters.",
"Try removing the default value.");
/**
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a compile-time error if <i>k</i> explicitly
* specifies a default value for an optional parameter.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
DEFAULT_VALUE_IN_REDIRECTING_FACTORY_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DEFAULT_VALUE_IN_REDIRECTING_FACTORY_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Default values aren't allowed in factory constructors that redirect "
"to another constructor.",
"Try removing the default value.");
/**
* 3.1 Scoping: It is a compile-time error if there is more than one entity
* with the same name declared in the same scope.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DUPLICATE_CONSTRUCTOR_DEFAULT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DUPLICATE_CONSTRUCTOR_DEFAULT',
"The default constructor is already defined.",
"Try giving one of the constructors a name.");
/**
* 3.1 Scoping: It is a compile-time error if there is more than one entity
* with the same name declared in the same scope.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the duplicate entity
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DUPLICATE_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DUPLICATE_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME',
"The constructor with name '{0}' is already defined.",
"Try renaming one of the constructors.");
/**
* 3.1 Scoping: It is a compile-time error if there is more than one entity
* with the same name declared in the same scope.
*
* 7 Classes: It is a compile-time error if a class declares two members of
* the same name.
*
* 7 Classes: It is a compile-time error if a class has an instance member and
* a static member with the same name.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the duplicate entity
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DUPLICATE_DEFINITION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DUPLICATE_DEFINITION',
"The name '{0}' is already defined.",
"Try renaming one of the declarations.");
/**
* 18.3 Parts: It's a compile-time error if the same library contains two part
* directives with the same URI.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the URI of the duplicate part
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DUPLICATE_PART = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DUPLICATE_PART',
"The library already contains a part with the uri '{0}'.",
"Try removing all but one of the duplicated part directives.");
/**
* 7. Classes: It is a compile-time error if a class has an instance member
* and a static member with the same name.
*
* This covers the additional duplicate definition cases where inheritance has
* to be considered.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that has conflicting instance/static members
* 1: the name of the conflicting member
*
* See [DUPLICATE_DEFINITION].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DUPLICATE_DEFINITION_INHERITANCE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DUPLICATE_DEFINITION_INHERITANCE',
"The name '{0}' is already defined in '{1}'.",
"Try renaming one of the declarations.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: It is a compile-time error if
* <i>q<sub>i</sub> = q<sub>j</sub></i> for any <i>i != j</i> [where
* <i>q<sub>i</sub></i> is the label for a named argument].
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the parameter that was duplicated
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode DUPLICATE_NAMED_ARGUMENT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'DUPLICATE_NAMED_ARGUMENT',
"The argument for the named parameter '{0}' was already specified.",
"Try removing one of the named arguments, or "
"correcting one of the names to reference a different named parameter.");
/**
* SDK implementation libraries can be exported only by other SDK libraries.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the uri pointing to a library
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXPORT_INTERNAL_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('EXPORT_INTERNAL_LIBRARY',
"The library '{0}' is internal and can't be exported.");
/**
* 14.2 Exports: It is a compile-time error if the compilation unit found at
* the specified URI is not a library declaration.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the uri pointing to a non-library declaration
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXPORT_OF_NON_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXPORT_OF_NON_LIBRARY',
"The exported library '{0}' can't have a part-of directive.",
"Try exporting the library that the part is a part of.");
/**
* Enum proposal: It is a compile-time error to subclass, mix-in or implement
* an enum.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXTENDS_ENUM = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXTENDS_ENUM',
"Classes can't extend an enum.",
"Try specifying a different superclass, or removing the extends clause.");
/**
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error if the extends clause of a
* class <i>C</i> includes a type expression that does not denote a class
* available in the lexical scope of <i>C</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the superclass that was not found
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXTENDS_NON_CLASS = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXTENDS_NON_CLASS',
"Classes can only extend other classes.",
"Try specifying a different superclass, or removing the extends clause.");
/**
* 12.2 Null: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend or
* implement Null.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement int.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement double.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for any type other than the types
* int and double to
* attempt to extend or implement num.
*
* 12.4 Booleans: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement bool.
*
* 12.5 Strings: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement String.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type that cannot be extended
*
* See [IMPLEMENTS_DISALLOWED_CLASS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXTENDS_DISALLOWED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXTENDS_DISALLOWED_CLASS',
"Classes can't extend '{0}'.",
"Try specifying a different superclass, or "
"removing the extends clause.");
/**
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error if the extends clause of a
* class <i>C</i> includes a deferred type expression.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type that cannot be extended
*
* See [IMPLEMENTS_DEFERRED_CLASS], and [MIXIN_DEFERRED_CLASS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXTENDS_DEFERRED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXTENDS_DEFERRED_CLASS',
"This class can't extend the deferred class '{0}'.",
"Try specifying a different superclass, or "
"removing the extends clause.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: It is a static warning if <i>m &lt;
* h</i> or if <i>m &gt; n</i>.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the maximum number of positional arguments
* 1: the actual number of positional arguments given
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS',
"Too many positional arguments: {0} expected, but {1} found.",
"Try removing the extra arguments.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: It is a static warning if <i>m &lt;
* h</i> or if <i>m &gt; n</i>.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the maximum number of positional arguments
* 1: the actual number of positional arguments given
*
* See [NOT_ENOUGH_REQUIRED_ARGUMENTS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS_COULD_BE_NAMED =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS_COULD_BE_NAMED',
"Too many positional arguments: {0} expected, but {1} found.",
"Try removing the extra positional arguments, "
"or specifying the name for named arguments.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It
* is a compile time error if more than one initializer corresponding to a
* given instance variable appears in <i>k</i>'s list.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the field being initialized multiple times
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode FIELD_INITIALIZED_BY_MULTIPLE_INITIALIZERS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZED_BY_MULTIPLE_INITIALIZERS',
"The field '{0}' can't be initialized twice in the same constructor.",
"Try removing one of the initializations.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It
* is a compile time error if <i>k</i>'s initializer list contains an
* initializer for a variable that is initialized by means of an initializing
* formal of <i>k</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
FIELD_INITIALIZED_IN_PARAMETER_AND_INITIALIZER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZED_IN_PARAMETER_AND_INITIALIZER',
"Fields can't be initialized in both the parameter list and the "
"initializers.",
"Try removing one of the initializations.");
/**
* 5 Variables: It is a compile-time error if a final instance variable that
* has is initialized by means of an initializing formal of a constructor is
* also initialized elsewhere in the same constructor.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the field in question
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode FINAL_INITIALIZED_MULTIPLE_TIMES =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'FINAL_INITIALIZED_MULTIPLE_TIMES',
"'{0}' is a final field and so can only be set once.",
"Try removing all but one of the initializations.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: It is a compile-time error if an
* initializing formal is used by a function other than a non-redirecting
* generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode FIELD_INITIALIZER_FACTORY_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZER_FACTORY_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Initializing formal parameters can't be used in factory constructors.",
"Try using a normal parameter.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: It is a compile-time error if an
* initializing formal is used by a function other than a non-redirecting
* generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode FIELD_INITIALIZER_OUTSIDE_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZER_OUTSIDE_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Initializing formal parameters can only be used in constructors.",
"Try using a normal parameter.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: A generative constructor may be redirecting,
* in which case its only action is to invoke another generative constructor.
*
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: It is a compile-time error if an
* initializing formal is used by a function other than a non-redirecting
* generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode FIELD_INITIALIZER_REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZER_REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The redirecting constructor can't have a field initializer.",
"Try using a normal parameter.");
/**
* Temporary error to work around dartbug.com/28515.
*
* We cannot yet properly summarize function-typed parameters with generic
* arguments, so to prevent confusion, we produce an error for any such
* constructs (regardless of whether summaries are in use).
*
* TODO(paulberry): remove this once dartbug.com/28515 is fixed.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode GENERIC_FUNCTION_TYPED_PARAM_UNSUPPORTED =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'GENERIC_FUNCTION_TYPED_PARAM_UNSUPPORTED',
"Analysis of generic function typed parameters is not yet supported.",
"Try using an explicit typedef, or changing type parameters to "
"`dynamic`.");
/**
* 7.2 Getters: It is a compile-time error if a class has both a getter and a
* method with the same name.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the conflicting name of the getter and method
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode GETTER_AND_METHOD_WITH_SAME_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'GETTER_AND_METHOD_WITH_SAME_NAME',
"'{0}' can't be used to name a getter, there is already a method "
"with the same name.",
"Try renaming either the getter or the method.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the implements clause
* of a class <i>C</i> specifies a malformed type or deferred type as a
* superinterface.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type that is deferred
*
* See [EXTENDS_DEFERRED_CLASS], and [MIXIN_DEFERRED_CLASS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_DEFERRED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_DEFERRED_CLASS',
"This class can't implement the deferred class '{0}'.",
"Try specifying a different interface, "
"removing the class from the list, or "
"changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* 12.2 Null: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend or
* implement Null.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement int.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement double.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for any type other than the types
* int and double to
* attempt to extend or implement num.
*
* 12.4 Booleans: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement bool.
*
* 12.5 Strings: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement String.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type that cannot be implemented
*
* See [EXTENDS_DISALLOWED_CLASS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_DISALLOWED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_DISALLOWED_CLASS',
"Classes can't implement '{0}'.",
"Try specifying a different interface, or "
"remove the class from the list.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the implements clause
* of a class includes type dynamic.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_DYNAMIC =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_DYNAMIC',
"Classes can't implement 'dynamic'.",
"Try specifying an interface, or remove 'dynamic' from the list.");
/**
* Enum proposal: It is a compile-time error to subclass, mix-in or implement
* an enum.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_ENUM =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_ENUM',
"Classes can't implement an enum.",
"Try specifying an interface, or remove the enum from the list.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the implements clause
* of a class <i>C</i> includes a type expression that does not denote a class
* available in the lexical scope of <i>C</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the interface that was not found
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_NON_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_NON_CLASS',
"Classes can only implement other classes.",
"Try specifying a class, or remove the name from the list.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if a type <i>T</i> appears
* more than once in the implements clause of a class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that is implemented more than once
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_REPEATED =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_REPEATED',
"'{0}' can only be implemented once.",
"Try removing all but one occurance of the class name.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the superclass of a
* class <i>C</i> appears in the implements clause of <i>C</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that appears in both "extends" and "implements"
* clauses
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLEMENTS_SUPER_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPLEMENTS_SUPER_CLASS',
"'{0}' can't be used in both 'extends' and 'implements' clauses.",
"Try removing one of the occurances.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Note that <b>this</b> is not in scope on the
* right hand side of an initializer.
*
* 12.10 This: It is a compile-time error if this appears in a top-level
* function or variable initializer, in a factory constructor, or in a static
* method or variable initializer, or in the initializer of an instance
* variable.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPLICIT_THIS_REFERENCE_IN_INITIALIZER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('IMPLICIT_THIS_REFERENCE_IN_INITIALIZER',
"Only static members can be accessed in initializers.");
/**
* SDK implementation libraries can be imported only by other SDK libraries.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the uri pointing to a library
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPORT_INTERNAL_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('IMPORT_INTERNAL_LIBRARY',
"The library '{0}' is internal and can't be imported.");
/**
* 14.1 Imports: It is a compile-time error if the specified URI of an
* immediate import does not refer to a library declaration.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the uri pointing to a non-library declaration
*
* See [StaticWarningCode.IMPORT_OF_NON_LIBRARY].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode IMPORT_OF_NON_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'IMPORT_OF_NON_LIBRARY',
"The imported library '{0}' can't have a part-of directive.",
"Try importing the library that the part is a part of.");
/**
* 13.9 Switch: It is a compile-time error if values of the expressions
* <i>e<sub>k</sub></i> are not instances of the same class <i>C</i>, for all
* <i>1 &lt;= k &lt;= n</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the expression source code that is the unexpected type
* 1: the name of the expected type
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INCONSISTENT_CASE_EXPRESSION_TYPES =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('INCONSISTENT_CASE_EXPRESSION_TYPES',
"Case expressions must have the same types, '{0}' isn't a '{1}'.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It
* is a compile-time error if <i>k</i>'s initializer list contains an
* initializer for a variable that is not an instance variable declared in the
* immediately surrounding class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the initializing formal that is not an instance variable in
* the immediately enclosing class
*
* See [INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_NON_EXISTENT_FIELD].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INITIALIZER_FOR_NON_EXISTENT_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INITIALIZER_FOR_NON_EXISTENT_FIELD',
"'{0}' isn't a field in the enclosing class.",
"Try correcting the name to match an existing field, or "
"defining a field named '{0}'.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It
* is a compile-time error if <i>k</i>'s initializer list contains an
* initializer for a variable that is not an instance variable declared in the
* immediately surrounding class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the initializing formal that is a static variable in the
* immediately enclosing class
*
* See [INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_STATIC_FIELD].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INITIALIZER_FOR_STATIC_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INITIALIZER_FOR_STATIC_FIELD',
"'{0}' is a static field in the enclosing class. Fields initialized "
"in a constructor can't be static.",
"Try removing the initialization.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: An initializing formal has the form
* <i>this.id</i>. It is a compile-time error if <i>id</i> is not the name of
* an instance variable of the immediately enclosing class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the initializing formal that is not an instance variable in
* the immediately enclosing class
*
* See [INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_STATIC_FIELD], and
* [INITIALIZER_FOR_NON_EXISTENT_FIELD].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_NON_EXISTENT_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_NON_EXISTENT_FIELD',
"'{0}' isn't a field in the enclosing class.",
"Try correcting the name to match an existing field, or "
"defining a field named '{0}'.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: An initializing formal has the form
* <i>this.id</i>. It is a compile-time error if <i>id</i> is not the name of
* an instance variable of the immediately enclosing class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the initializing formal that is a static variable in the
* immediately enclosing class
*
* See [INITIALIZER_FOR_STATIC_FIELD].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_STATIC_FIELD =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INITIALIZING_FORMAL_FOR_STATIC_FIELD',
"'{0}' is a static field in the enclosing class. Fields initialized "
"in a constructor can't be static.",
"Try removing the initialization.");
/**
* 12.30 Identifier Reference: Otherwise, e is equivalent to the property
* extraction <b>this</b>.<i>id</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INSTANCE_MEMBER_ACCESS_FROM_FACTORY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INSTANCE_MEMBER_ACCESS_FROM_FACTORY',
"Instance members can't be accessed from a factory constructor.",
"Try removing the reference to the instance member.");
/**
* 12.30 Identifier Reference: Otherwise, e is equivalent to the property
* extraction <b>this</b>.<i>id</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INSTANCE_MEMBER_ACCESS_FROM_STATIC =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INSTANCE_MEMBER_ACCESS_FROM_STATIC',
"Instance members can't be accessed from a static method.",
"Try removing the reference to the instance member, or ."
"removing the keyword 'static' from the method.");
/**
* Enum proposal: It is also a compile-time error to explicitly instantiate an
* enum via 'new' or 'const' or to access its private fields.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INSTANTIATE_ENUM =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INSTANTIATE_ENUM',
"Enums can't be instantiated.",
"Try using one of the defined constants.");
/**
* 15 Metadata: Metadata consists of a series of annotations, each of which
* begin with the character @, followed by a constant expression that must be
* either a reference to a compile-time constant variable, or a call to a
* constant constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_ANNOTATION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_ANNOTATION',
"Annotation must be either a const variable reference or const "
"constructor invocation.");
/**
* 15 Metadata: Metadata consists of a series of annotations, each of which
* begin with the character @, followed by a constant expression that must be
* either a reference to a compile-time constant variable, or a call to a
* constant constructor.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_ANNOTATION_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_ANNOTATION_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as annotations.",
"Try removing the annotation, or "
"changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* 15.31 Identifier Reference: It is a compile-time error if any of the
* identifiers async, await or yield is used as an identifier in a function
* body marked with either async, async* or sync*.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_IDENTIFIER_IN_ASYNC =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_IDENTIFIER_IN_ASYNC',
"The identifier '{0}' can't be used in a function marked with "
"'async', 'async*' or 'sync*'.",
"Try using a different name, or "
"remove the modifier on the function body.");
/**
* 9. Functions: It is a compile-time error if an async, async* or sync*
* modifier is attached to the body of a setter or constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_MODIFIER_ON_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_MODIFIER_ON_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The modifier '{0}' can't be applied to the body of a constructor.",
"Try removing the modifier.");
/**
* 9. Functions: It is a compile-time error if an async, async* or sync*
* modifier is attached to the body of a setter or constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_MODIFIER_ON_SETTER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_MODIFIER_ON_SETTER',
"The modifier '{0}' can't be applied to the body of a setter.",
"Try removing the modifier.");
/**
* TODO(brianwilkerson) Remove this when we have decided on how to report
* errors in compile-time constants. Until then, this acts as a placeholder
* for more informative errors.
*
* See TODOs in ConstantVisitor
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_CONSTANT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('INVALID_CONSTANT', "Invalid constant value.");
/**
* 7.6 Constructors: It is a compile-time error if the name of a constructor
* is not a constructor name.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME', "Invalid constructor name.");
/**
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a compile-time error if <i>M</i> is not the name of
* the immediately enclosing class.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_FACTORY_NAME_NOT_A_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_FACTORY_NAME_NOT_A_CLASS',
"The name of a factory constructor must be the same as the name of "
"the immediately enclosing class.");
/**
* 12.10 This: It is a compile-time error if this appears in a top-level
* function or variable initializer, in a factory constructor, or in a static
* method or variable initializer, or in the initializer of an instance
* variable.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_REFERENCE_TO_THIS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('INVALID_REFERENCE_TO_THIS',
"Invalid reference to 'this' expression.");
/**
* 12.6 Lists: It is a compile time error if the type argument of a constant
* list literal includes a type parameter.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type parameter
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_TYPE_ARGUMENT_IN_CONST_LIST =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_TYPE_ARGUMENT_IN_CONST_LIST',
"Constant list literals can't include a type parameter as a type "
"argument, such as '{0}'.",
"Try replacing the type parameter with a different type.");
/**
* 12.7 Maps: It is a compile time error if the type arguments of a constant
* map literal include a type parameter.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type parameter
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_TYPE_ARGUMENT_IN_CONST_MAP =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_TYPE_ARGUMENT_IN_CONST_MAP',
"Constant map literals can't include a type parameter as a type "
"argument, such as '{0}'.",
"Try replacing the type parameter with a different type.");
/**
* The 'covariant' keyword was found in an inappropriate location.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_USE_OF_COVARIANT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'INVALID_USE_OF_COVARIANT',
"The 'covariant' keyword can only be used for parameters in instance "
"methods or before non-final instance fields.",
"Try removing the 'covariant' keyword.");
/**
* 14.2 Exports: It is a compile-time error if the compilation unit found at
* the specified URI is not a library declaration.
*
* 14.1 Imports: It is a compile-time error if the compilation unit found at
* the specified URI is not a library declaration.
*
* 14.3 Parts: It is a compile time error if the contents of the URI are not a
* valid part declaration.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the URI that is invalid
*
* See [URI_DOES_NOT_EXIST].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode INVALID_URI =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('INVALID_URI', "Invalid URI syntax: '{0}'.");
/**
* 13.13 Break: It is a compile-time error if no such statement
* <i>s<sub>E</sub></i> exists within the innermost function in which
* <i>s<sub>b</sub></i> occurs.
*
* 13.14 Continue: It is a compile-time error if no such statement or case
* clause <i>s<sub>E</sub></i> exists within the innermost function in which
* <i>s<sub>c</sub></i> occurs.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the unresolvable label
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode LABEL_IN_OUTER_SCOPE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('LABEL_IN_OUTER_SCOPE',
"Can't reference label '{0}' declared in an outer method.");
/**
* 13.13 Break: It is a compile-time error if no such statement
* <i>s<sub>E</sub></i> exists within the innermost function in which
* <i>s<sub>b</sub></i> occurs.
*
* 13.14 Continue: It is a compile-time error if no such statement or case
* clause <i>s<sub>E</sub></i> exists within the innermost function in which
* <i>s<sub>c</sub></i> occurs.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the unresolvable label
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode LABEL_UNDEFINED =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'LABEL_UNDEFINED',
"Can't reference undefined label '{0}'.",
"Try defining the label, or "
"correcting the name to match an existing label.");
/**
* 7 Classes: It is a compile time error if a class <i>C</i> declares a member
* with the same name as <i>C</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MEMBER_WITH_CLASS_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('MEMBER_WITH_CLASS_NAME',
"Class members can't have the same name as the enclosing class.");
/**
* 7.2 Getters: It is a compile-time error if a class has both a getter and a
* method with the same name.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the conflicting name of the getter and method
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode METHOD_AND_GETTER_WITH_SAME_NAME =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'METHOD_AND_GETTER_WITH_SAME_NAME',
"'{0}' can't be used to name a method, there is already a getter "
"with the same name.");
/**
* 12.1 Constants: A constant expression is ... a constant list literal.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MISSING_CONST_IN_LIST_LITERAL =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MISSING_CONST_IN_LIST_LITERAL',
"List literals must be prefixed with 'const' when used as a constant "
"expression.",
"Try adding the keyword 'const' before the literal.");
/**
* 12.1 Constants: A constant expression is ... a constant map literal.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MISSING_CONST_IN_MAP_LITERAL =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MISSING_CONST_IN_MAP_LITERAL',
"Map literals must be prefixed with 'const' when used as a constant "
"expression.",
"Try adding the keyword 'const' before the literal.");
/**
* 9 Mixins: It is a compile-time error if a declared or derived mixin
* explicitly declares a constructor.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the mixin that is invalid
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_DECLARES_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_DECLARES_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The class '{0}' can't be used as a mixin because it declares a "
"constructor.");
/**
* 9.1 Mixin Application: It is a compile-time error if the with clause of a
* mixin application <i>C</i> includes a deferred type expression.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type that cannot be extended
*
* See [EXTENDS_DEFERRED_CLASS], and [IMPLEMENTS_DEFERRED_CLASS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_DEFERRED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_DEFERRED_CLASS',
"This class can't mixin the deferred class '{0}'.",
"Try changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* Not yet in the spec, but consistent with VM behavior. It is a
* compile-time error if all of the constructors of a mixin's base class have
* at least one optional parameter (since only constructors that lack
* optional parameters can be forwarded to the mixin). See
* https://code.google.com/p/dart/issues/detail?id=15101#c4
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_HAS_NO_CONSTRUCTORS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_HAS_NO_CONSTRUCTORS',
"This mixin application is invalid because all of the constructors "
"in the base class '{0}' have optional parameters.");
/**
* 9 Mixins: It is a compile-time error if a mixin is derived from a class
* whose superclass is not Object.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the mixin that is invalid
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_INHERITS_FROM_NOT_OBJECT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_INHERITS_FROM_NOT_OBJECT',
"The class '{0}' can't be used as a mixin because it extends a class "
"other than Object.");
/**
* 12.2 Null: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend or
* implement Null.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement int.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement double.
*
* 12.3 Numbers: It is a compile-time error for any type other than the types
* int and double to attempt to extend or implement num.
*
* 12.4 Booleans: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement bool.
*
* 12.5 Strings: It is a compile-time error for a class to attempt to extend
* or implement String.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type that cannot be extended
*
* See [IMPLEMENTS_DISALLOWED_CLASS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_OF_DISALLOWED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_OF_DISALLOWED_CLASS', "Classes can't mixin '{0}'.");
/**
* Enum proposal: It is a compile-time error to subclass, mix-in or implement
* an enum.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_OF_ENUM = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_OF_ENUM', "Classes can't mixin an enum.");
/**
* 9.1 Mixin Application: It is a compile-time error if <i>M</i> does not
* denote a class or mixin available in the immediately enclosing scope.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_OF_NON_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_OF_NON_CLASS', "Classes can only mixin other classes.");
/**
* 9 Mixins: It is a compile-time error if a declared or derived mixin refers
* to super.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_REFERENCES_SUPER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MIXIN_REFERENCES_SUPER',
"The class '{0}' can't be used as a mixin because it references "
"'super'.");
/**
* 9.1 Mixin Application: It is a compile-time error if <i>S</i> does not
* denote a class available in the immediately enclosing scope.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MIXIN_WITH_NON_CLASS_SUPERCLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('MIXIN_WITH_NON_CLASS_SUPERCLASS',
"Mixin can only be applied to class.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: A generative constructor may be redirecting,
* in which case its only action is to invoke another generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
MULTIPLE_REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR_INVOCATIONS = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MULTIPLE_REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR_INVOCATIONS',
"Constructors can have at most one 'this' redirection.",
"Try removing all but one of the redirections.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor.
* Then <i>k</i> may include at most one superinitializer in its initializer
* list or a compile time error occurs.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode MULTIPLE_SUPER_INITIALIZERS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'MULTIPLE_SUPER_INITIALIZERS',
"Constructor may have at most one 'super' initializer.",
"Try removing all but one of the 'super' initializers.");
/**
* 15 Metadata: Metadata consists of a series of annotations, each of which
* begin with the character @, followed by a constant expression that must be
* either a reference to a compile-time constant variable, or a call to a
* constant constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NO_ANNOTATION_CONSTRUCTOR_ARGUMENTS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NO_ANNOTATION_CONSTRUCTOR_ARGUMENTS',
"Annotation creation must have arguments.",
"Try adding an empty argument list.");
/**
* This error is generated if a constructor declaration has an implicit
* invocation of a zero argument super constructor (`super()`), but the
* superclass does not define a zero argument constructor.
*
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: If no superinitializer is provided, an
* implicit superinitializer of the form <b>super</b>() is added at the end of
* <i>k</i>'s initializer list, unless the enclosing class is class
* <i>Object</i>.
*
* 7.6.1 Generative constructors. It is a compile-time error if class <i>S</i>
* does not declare a generative constructor named <i>S</i> (respectively
* <i>S.id</i>)
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the superclass that does not define the implicitly invoked
* constructor
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NO_DEFAULT_SUPER_CONSTRUCTOR_EXPLICIT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NO_DEFAULT_SUPER_CONSTRUCTOR_EXPLICIT',
"The superclass '{0}' doesn't have a zero argument constructor.",
"Try declaring a zero argument constructor in '{0}', or "
"explicitly invoking a different constructor in '{0}'.");
/**
* This error is generated if a class declaration has an implicit default
* constructor, which implicitly invokes a zero argument super constructor
* (`super()`), but the superclass does not define a zero argument
* constructor.
*
* 7.6 Constructors: Iff no constructor is specified for a class <i>C</i>, it
* implicitly has a default constructor C() : <b>super<b>() {}, unless
* <i>C</i> is class <i>Object</i>.
*
* 7.6.1 Generative constructors. It is a compile-time error if class <i>S</i>
* does not declare a generative constructor named <i>S</i> (respectively
* <i>S.id</i>)
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the superclass that does not define the implicitly invoked
* constructor
* 1: the name of the subclass that does not contain any explicit constructors
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NO_DEFAULT_SUPER_CONSTRUCTOR_IMPLICIT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NO_DEFAULT_SUPER_CONSTRUCTOR_IMPLICIT',
"The superclass '{0}' doesn't have a zero argument constructor.",
"Try declaring a zero argument constructor in '{0}', or "
"declaring a constructor in {1} that explicitly invokes a "
"constructor in '{0}'.");
/**
* 13.2 Expression Statements: It is a compile-time error if a non-constant
* map literal that has no explicit type arguments appears in a place where a
* statement is expected.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONST_MAP_AS_EXPRESSION_STATEMENT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONST_MAP_AS_EXPRESSION_STATEMENT',
"A non-constant map literal without type arguments can't be used as "
"an expression statement.");
/**
* 13.9 Switch: Given a switch statement of the form <i>switch (e) {
* label<sub>11</sub> &hellip; label<sub>1j1</sub> case e<sub>1</sub>:
* s<sub>1</sub> &hellip; label<sub>n1</sub> &hellip; label<sub>njn</sub> case
* e<sub>n</sub>: s<sub>n</sub> default: s<sub>n+1</sub>}</i> or the form
* <i>switch (e) { label<sub>11</sub> &hellip; label<sub>1j1</sub> case
* e<sub>1</sub>: s<sub>1</sub> &hellip; label<sub>n1</sub> &hellip;
* label<sub>njn</sub> case e<sub>n</sub>: s<sub>n</sub>}</i>, it is a
* compile-time error if the expressions <i>e<sub>k</sub></i> are not
* compile-time constants, for all <i>1 &lt;= k &lt;= n</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_CASE_EXPRESSION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_CASE_EXPRESSION', "Case expressions must be constant.");
/**
* 13.9 Switch: Given a switch statement of the form <i>switch (e) {
* label<sub>11</sub> &hellip; label<sub>1j1</sub> case e<sub>1</sub>:
* s<sub>1</sub> &hellip; label<sub>n1</sub> &hellip; label<sub>njn</sub> case
* e<sub>n</sub>: s<sub>n</sub> default: s<sub>n+1</sub>}</i> or the form
* <i>switch (e) { label<sub>11</sub> &hellip; label<sub>1j1</sub> case
* e<sub>1</sub>: s<sub>1</sub> &hellip; label<sub>n1</sub> &hellip;
* label<sub>njn</sub> case e<sub>n</sub>: s<sub>n</sub>}</i>, it is a
* compile-time error if the expressions <i>e<sub>k</sub></i> are not
* compile-time constants, for all <i>1 &lt;= k &lt;= n</i>.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
NON_CONSTANT_CASE_EXPRESSION_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_CASE_EXPRESSION_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as a case "
"expression.",
"Try re-writing the switch as a series of if statements, or "
"changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* 6.2.2 Optional Formals: It is a compile-time error if the default value of
* an optional parameter is not a compile-time constant.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_DEFAULT_VALUE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('NON_CONSTANT_DEFAULT_VALUE',
"Default values of an optional parameter must be constant.");
/**
* 6.2.2 Optional Formals: It is a compile-time error if the default value of
* an optional parameter is not a compile-time constant.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
NON_CONSTANT_DEFAULT_VALUE_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_DEFAULT_VALUE_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as a default "
"parameter value.",
"Try leaving the default as null and initializing the parameter "
"inside the function body.");
/**
* 12.6 Lists: It is a compile time error if an element of a constant list
* literal is not a compile-time constant.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_LIST_ELEMENT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_LIST_ELEMENT',
"The values in a const list literal must be constants.",
"Try removing the keyword 'const' from the map literal.");
/**
* 12.6 Lists: It is a compile time error if an element of a constant list
* literal is not a compile-time constant.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
NON_CONSTANT_LIST_ELEMENT_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_LIST_ELEMENT_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as values in "
"a 'const' list.",
"Try removing the keyword 'const' from the list literal.");
/**
* 12.7 Maps: It is a compile time error if either a key or a value of an
* entry in a constant map literal is not a compile-time constant.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_MAP_KEY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_MAP_KEY',
"The keys in a const map literal must be constant.",
"Try removing the keyword 'const' from the map literal.");
/**
* 12.7 Maps: It is a compile time error if either a key or a value of an
* entry in a constant map literal is not a compile-time constant.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_MAP_KEY_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_MAP_KEY_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as keys in a "
"const map literal.",
"Try removing the keyword 'const' from the map literal.");
/**
* 12.7 Maps: It is a compile time error if either a key or a value of an
* entry in a constant map literal is not a compile-time constant.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_MAP_VALUE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_MAP_VALUE',
"The values in a const map literal must be constant.",
"Try removing the keyword 'const' from the map literal.");
/**
* 12.7 Maps: It is a compile time error if either a key or a value of an
* entry in a constant map literal is not a compile-time constant.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
NON_CONSTANT_MAP_VALUE_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_MAP_VALUE_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as values in "
"a const map literal.",
"Try removing the keyword 'const' from the map literal.");
/**
* 15 Metadata: Metadata consists of a series of annotations, each of which
* begin with the character @, followed by a constant expression that must be
* either a reference to a compile-time constant variable, or a call to a
* constant constructor.
*
* "From deferred library" case is covered by
* [CompileTimeErrorCode.INVALID_ANNOTATION_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_ANNOTATION_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('NON_CONSTANT_ANNOTATION_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Annotation creation can only call a const constructor.");
/**
* 7.6.3 Constant Constructors: Any expression that appears within the
* initializer list of a constant constructor must be a potentially constant
* expression, or a compile-time error occurs.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_CONSTANT_VALUE_IN_INITIALIZER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('NON_CONSTANT_VALUE_IN_INITIALIZER',
"Initializer expressions in constant constructors must be constants.");
/**
* 7.6.3 Constant Constructors: Any expression that appears within the
* initializer list of a constant constructor must be a potentially constant
* expression, or a compile-time error occurs.
*
* 12.1 Constants: A qualified reference to a static constant variable that is
* not qualified by a deferred prefix.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
NON_CONSTANT_VALUE_IN_INITIALIZER_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_CONSTANT_VALUE_IN_INITIALIZER_FROM_DEFERRED_LIBRARY',
"Constant values from a deferred library can't be used as constant "
"initializers.",
"Try changing the import to not be deferred.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: It is a static warning if <i>m < h</i>
* or if <i>m > n</i>.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the expected number of required arguments
* 1: the actual number of positional arguments given
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NOT_ENOUGH_REQUIRED_ARGUMENTS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NOT_ENOUGH_REQUIRED_ARGUMENTS',
"{0} required argument(s) expected, but {1} found.",
"Try adding the missing arguments.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>C</i> be the class in which the
* superinitializer appears and let <i>S</i> be the superclass of <i>C</i>.
* Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It is a compile-time error if
* class <i>S</i> does not declare a generative constructor named <i>S</i>
* (respectively <i>S.id</i>)
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode NON_GENERATIVE_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'NON_GENERATIVE_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The generative constructor '{0}' expected, but factory found.",
"Try calling a different constructor in the superclass, or "
"making the called constructor not be a factory constructor.");
/**
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error to specify an extends clause
* for class Object.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode OBJECT_CANNOT_EXTEND_ANOTHER_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('OBJECT_CANNOT_EXTEND_ANOTHER_CLASS',
"The class 'Object' can't extend any other class.");
/**
* 7.1.1 Operators: It is a compile-time error to declare an optional
* parameter in an operator.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode OPTIONAL_PARAMETER_IN_OPERATOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'OPTIONAL_PARAMETER_IN_OPERATOR',
"Optional parameters aren't allowed when defining an operator.",
"Try removing the optional parameters.");
/**
* 14.3 Parts: It is a compile time error if the contents of the URI are not a
* valid part declaration.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the uri pointing to a non-library declaration
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode PART_OF_NON_PART =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'PART_OF_NON_PART',
"The included part '{0}' must have a part-of directive.",
"Try adding a part-of directive to '{0}'.");
/**
* 14.1 Imports: It is a compile-time error if the current library declares a
* top-level member named <i>p</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode PREFIX_COLLIDES_WITH_TOP_LEVEL_MEMBER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'PREFIX_COLLIDES_WITH_TOP_LEVEL_MEMBER',
"The name '{0}' is already used as an import prefix and can't be "
"used to name a top-level element.",
"Try renaming either the top-level element or the prefix.");
/**
* 16.32 Identifier Reference: If d is a prefix p, a compile-time error
* occurs unless the token immediately following d is '.'.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode PREFIX_IDENTIFIER_NOT_FOLLOWED_BY_DOT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'PREFIX_IDENTIFIER_NOT_FOLLOWED_BY_DOT',
"The name '{0}' refers to an import prefix, so it must be followed "
"by '.'.",
"Try correcting the name to refer to something other than a prefix, or "
"renaming the prefix.");
/**
* It is an error for a mixin to add a private name that conflicts with a
* private name added by a superclass or another mixin.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode PRIVATE_COLLISION_IN_MIXIN_APPLICATION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'PRIVATE_COLLISION_IN_MIXIN_APPLICATION',
"The private name {0}, defined by {1}, conflicts with the same name "
"defined by {2}.",
"Try removing {1} from the 'with' clause.");
/**
* 6.2.2 Optional Formals: It is a compile-time error if the name of a named
* optional parameter begins with an '_' character.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode PRIVATE_OPTIONAL_PARAMETER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('PRIVATE_OPTIONAL_PARAMETER',
"Named optional parameters can't start with an underscore.");
/**
* 12.1 Constants: It is a compile-time error if the value of a compile-time
* constant expression depends on itself.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RECURSIVE_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('RECURSIVE_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANT',
"Compile-time constant expression depends on itself.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: A generative constructor may be redirecting,
* in which case its only action is to invoke another generative constructor.
*
* TODO(scheglov) review this later, there are no explicit "it is a
* compile-time error" in specification. But it was added to the co19 and
* there is same error for factories.
*
* https://code.google.com/p/dart/issues/detail?id=954
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RECURSIVE_CONSTRUCTOR_REDIRECT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('RECURSIVE_CONSTRUCTOR_REDIRECT',
"Cycle in redirecting generative constructors.");
/**
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a compile-time error if a redirecting factory
* constructor redirects to itself, either directly or indirectly via a
* sequence of redirections.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RECURSIVE_FACTORY_REDIRECT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('RECURSIVE_FACTORY_REDIRECT',
"Cycle in redirecting factory constructors.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the interface of a
* class <i>C</i> is a superinterface of itself.
*
* 8.1 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if an interface is a
* superinterface of itself.
*
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error if a class <i>C</i> is a
* superclass of itself.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that implements itself recursively
* 1: a string representation of the implements loop
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE',
"'{0}' can't be a superinterface of itself: {1}.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the interface of a
* class <i>C</i> is a superinterface of itself.
*
* 8.1 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if an interface is a
* superinterface of itself.
*
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error if a class <i>C</i> is a
* superclass of itself.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that implements itself recursively
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE_BASE_CASE_EXTENDS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE_BASE_CASE_EXTENDS',
"'{0}' can't extend itself.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the interface of a
* class <i>C</i> is a superinterface of itself.
*
* 8.1 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if an interface is a
* superinterface of itself.
*
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error if a class <i>C</i> is a
* superclass of itself.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that implements itself recursively
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE_BASE_CASE_IMPLEMENTS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE_BASE_CASE_IMPLEMENTS',
"'{0}' can't implement itself.");
/**
* 7.10 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if the interface of a
* class <i>C</i> is a superinterface of itself.
*
* 8.1 Superinterfaces: It is a compile-time error if an interface is a
* superinterface of itself.
*
* 7.9 Superclasses: It is a compile-time error if a class <i>C</i> is a
* superclass of itself.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the class that implements itself recursively
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE_BASE_CASE_WITH =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'RECURSIVE_INTERFACE_INHERITANCE_BASE_CASE_WITH',
"'{0}' can't use itself as a mixin.");
/**
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a compile-time error if <i>k</i> is prefixed with
* the const modifier but <i>k'</i> is not a constant constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode REDIRECT_TO_MISSING_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'REDIRECT_TO_MISSING_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The constructor '{0}' couldn't be found in '{1}'.",
"Try redirecting to a different constructor, or "
"define the constructor named '{0}'.");
/**
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a compile-time error if <i>k</i> is prefixed with
* the const modifier but <i>k'</i> is not a constant constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode REDIRECT_TO_NON_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'REDIRECT_TO_NON_CLASS',
"The name '{0}' isn't a type and can't be used in a redirected "
"constructor.",
"Try redirecting to a different constructor.");
/**
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a compile-time error if <i>k</i> is prefixed with
* the const modifier but <i>k'</i> is not a constant constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode REDIRECT_TO_NON_CONST_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'REDIRECT_TO_NON_CONST_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Constant factory constructor can't delegate to a non-constant "
"constructor.",
"Try redirecting to a different constructor.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative constructors: A generative constructor may be
* <i>redirecting</i>, in which case its only action is to invoke another
* generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode REDIRECT_GENERATIVE_TO_MISSING_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'REDIRECT_GENERATIVE_TO_MISSING_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The constructor '{0}' couldn't be found in '{1}'.",
"Try redirecting to a different constructor, or "
"defining the constructor named '{0}'.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative constructors: A generative constructor may be
* <i>redirecting</i>, in which case its only action is to invoke another
* generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
REDIRECT_GENERATIVE_TO_NON_GENERATIVE_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'REDIRECT_GENERATIVE_TO_NON_GENERATIVE_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Generative constructor can't redirect to a factory constructor.",
"Try redirecting to a different constructor.");
/**
* 5 Variables: A local variable may only be referenced at a source code
* location that is after its initializer, if any, is complete, or a
* compile-time error occurs.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode REFERENCED_BEFORE_DECLARATION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'REFERENCED_BEFORE_DECLARATION',
"Local variable '{0}' can't be referenced before it is declared.",
"Try moving the declaration to before the first use, or "
"renaming the local variable so that it doesn't hide a name from an "
"enclosing scope.");
/**
* 12.8.1 Rethrow: It is a compile-time error if an expression of the form
* <i>rethrow;</i> is not enclosed within a on-catch clause.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RETHROW_OUTSIDE_CATCH =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'RETHROW_OUTSIDE_CATCH',
"Rethrow must be inside of catch clause.",
"Try moving the expression into a catch clause, or using a 'throw' "
"expression.");
/**
* 13.12 Return: It is a compile-time error if a return statement of the form
* <i>return e;</i> appears in a generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RETURN_IN_GENERATIVE_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'RETURN_IN_GENERATIVE_CONSTRUCTOR',
"Constructors can't return values.",
"Try removing the return statement or using a factory constructor.");
/**
* 13.12 Return: It is a compile-time error if a return statement of the form
* <i>return e;</i> appears in a generator function.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode RETURN_IN_GENERATOR = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'RETURN_IN_GENERATOR',
"Can't return a value from a generator function (using the '{0}' modifier).",
"Try removing the value, replacing 'return' with 'yield' or changing the "
"method body modifier.");
/**
* 14.1 Imports: It is a compile-time error if a prefix used in a deferred
* import is used in another import clause.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode SHARED_DEFERRED_PREFIX =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'SHARED_DEFERRED_PREFIX',
"The prefix of a deferred import can't be used in other import "
"directives.",
"Try renaming one of the prefixes.");
/**
* 12.15.4 Super Invocation: A super method invocation <i>i</i> has the form
* <i>super.m(a<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>:
* a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip; x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i>. It is a
* compile-time error if a super method invocation occurs in a top-level
* function or variable initializer, in an instance variable initializer or
* initializer list, in class Object, in a factory constructor, or in a static
* method or variable initializer.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode SUPER_IN_INVALID_CONTEXT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('SUPER_IN_INVALID_CONTEXT',
"Invalid context for 'super' invocation.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: A generative constructor may be redirecting,
* in which case its only action is to invoke another generative constructor.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode SUPER_IN_REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('SUPER_IN_REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The redirecting constructor can't have a 'super' initializer.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It
* is a compile-time error if a generative constructor of class Object
* includes a superinitializer.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode SUPER_INITIALIZER_IN_OBJECT =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('SUPER_INITIALIZER_IN_OBJECT',
"The class 'Object' can't invoke a constructor from a superclass.");
/**
* 12.11 Instance Creation: It is a static type warning if any of the type
* arguments to a constructor of a generic type <i>G</i> invoked by a new
* expression or a constant object expression are not subtypes of the bounds
* of the corresponding formal type parameters of <i>G</i>.
*
* 12.11.1 New: If T is malformed a dynamic error occurs. In checked mode, if
* T is mal-bounded a dynamic error occurs.
*
* 12.1 Constants: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a compile-time
* constant would raise an exception.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type used in the instance creation that should be
* limited by the bound as specified in the class declaration
* 1: the name of the bounding type
*
* See [StaticTypeWarningCode.TYPE_ARGUMENT_NOT_MATCHING_BOUNDS].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode TYPE_ARGUMENT_NOT_MATCHING_BOUNDS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'TYPE_ARGUMENT_NOT_MATCHING_BOUNDS',
"'{0}' doesn't extend '{1}'.",
"Try using a type that is or is a subclass of '{1}'.");
/**
* 15.3.1 Typedef: Any self reference, either directly, or recursively via
* another typedef, is a compile time error.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode TYPE_ALIAS_CANNOT_REFERENCE_ITSELF =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'TYPE_ALIAS_CANNOT_REFERENCE_ITSELF',
"Typedefs can't reference themselves directly or recursively via "
"another typedef.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if <i>T</i> is not a class
* accessible in the current scope, optionally followed by type arguments.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode UNDEFINED_CLASS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('UNDEFINED_CLASS', "Undefined class '{0}'.",
"Try defining the class.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>C</i> be the class in which the
* superinitializer appears and let <i>S</i> be the superclass of <i>C</i>.
* Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It is a compile-time error if
* class <i>S</i> does not declare a generative constructor named <i>S</i>
* (respectively <i>S.id</i>)
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the superclass that does not define the invoked constructor
* 1: the name of the constructor being invoked
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR_IN_INITIALIZER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR_IN_INITIALIZER',
"The class '{0}' doesn't have a constructor named '{1}'.",
"Try defining a constructor named '{1}' in '{0}', or "
"invoking a different constructor.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Let <i>C</i> be the class in which the
* superinitializer appears and let <i>S</i> be the superclass of <i>C</i>.
* Let <i>k</i> be a generative constructor. It is a compile-time error if
* class <i>S</i> does not declare a generative constructor named <i>S</i>
* (respectively <i>S.id</i>)
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the superclass that does not define the invoked constructor
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR_IN_INITIALIZER_DEFAULT = const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'UNDEFINED_CONSTRUCTOR_IN_INITIALIZER_DEFAULT',
"The class '{0}' doesn't have an unnamed constructor.",
"Try defining an unnamed constructor in '{0}', or "
"invoking a different constructor.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Furthermore, each <i>q<sub>i</sub></i>,
* <i>1<=i<=l</i>, must have a corresponding named parameter in the set
* {<i>p<sub>n+1</sub></i> ... <i>p<sub>n+k</sub></i>} or a static warning
* occurs.
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a compile-time error if evaluation of a constant
* object results in an uncaught exception being thrown.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the requested named parameter
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode UNDEFINED_NAMED_PARAMETER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'UNDEFINED_NAMED_PARAMETER',
"The named parameter '{0}' isn't defined.",
"Try correcting the name to an existing named parameter's name, or "
"defining a named parameter with the name '{0}'.");
/**
* 14.2 Exports: It is a compile-time error if the compilation unit found at
* the specified URI is not a library declaration.
*
* 14.1 Imports: It is a compile-time error if the compilation unit found at
* the specified URI is not a library declaration.
*
* 14.3 Parts: It is a compile time error if the contents of the URI are not a
* valid part declaration.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the URI pointing to a non-existent file
*
* See [INVALID_URI], [URI_HAS_NOT_BEEN_GENERATED].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode URI_DOES_NOT_EXIST =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'URI_DOES_NOT_EXIST',
"Target of URI doesn't exist: '{0}'.",
"Try creating the file referenced by the URI, or "
"try using a URI for a file that does exist.");
/**
* Just like [URI_DOES_NOT_EXIST], but used when the URI refers to a file that
* is expected to be generated.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the URI pointing to a non-existent file
*
* See [INVALID_URI], [URI_DOES_NOT_EXIST].
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode URI_HAS_NOT_BEEN_GENERATED =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'URI_HAS_NOT_BEEN_GENERATED',
"Target of URI hasn't been generated: '{0}'.",
"Try running the generator that will generate the file referenced by "
"the URI.");
/**
* 14.1 Imports: It is a compile-time error if <i>x</i> is not a compile-time
* constant, or if <i>x</i> involves string interpolation.
*
* 14.3 Parts: It is a compile-time error if <i>s</i> is not a compile-time
* constant, or if <i>s</i> involves string interpolation.
*
* 14.5 URIs: It is a compile-time error if the string literal <i>x</i> that
* describes a URI is not a compile-time constant, or if <i>x</i> involves
* string interpolation.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode URI_WITH_INTERPOLATION =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'URI_WITH_INTERPOLATION', "URIs can't use string interpolation.");
/**
* 7.1.1 Operators: It is a compile-time error if the arity of the
* user-declared operator []= is not 2. It is a compile time error if the
* arity of a user-declared operator with one of the names: &lt;, &gt;, &lt;=,
* &gt;=, ==, +, /, ~/, *, %, |, ^, &, &lt;&lt;, &gt;&gt;, [] is not 1. It is
* a compile time error if the arity of the user-declared operator - is not 0
* or 1. It is a compile time error if the arity of the user-declared operator
* ~ is not 0.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the declared operator
* 1: the number of parameters expected
* 2: the number of parameters found in the operator declaration
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode WRONG_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS_FOR_OPERATOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('WRONG_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS_FOR_OPERATOR',
"Operator '{0}' should declare exactly {1} parameter(s), but {2} found.");
/**
* 7.1.1 Operators: It is a compile time error if the arity of the
* user-declared operator - is not 0 or 1.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the number of parameters found in the operator declaration
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode
WRONG_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS_FOR_OPERATOR_MINUS =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'WRONG_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS_FOR_OPERATOR_MINUS',
"Operator '-' should declare 0 or 1 parameter, but {0} found.");
/**
* 7.3 Setters: It is a compile-time error if a setter's formal parameter list
* does not include exactly one required formal parameter <i>p</i>.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode WRONG_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS_FOR_SETTER =
const CompileTimeErrorCode('WRONG_NUMBER_OF_PARAMETERS_FOR_SETTER',
"Setters should declare exactly one required parameter.");
/**
* ?? Yield: It is a compile-time error if a yield statement appears in a
* function that is not a generator function.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode YIELD_EACH_IN_NON_GENERATOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'YIELD_EACH_IN_NON_GENERATOR',
"Yield-each statements must be in a generator function "
"(one marked with either 'async*' or 'sync*').",
"Try adding 'async*' or 'sync*' to the enclosing function.");
/**
* ?? Yield: It is a compile-time error if a yield statement appears in a
* function that is not a generator function.
*/
static const CompileTimeErrorCode YIELD_IN_NON_GENERATOR =
const CompileTimeErrorCode(
'YIELD_IN_NON_GENERATOR',
"Yield statements must be in a generator function "
"(one marked with either 'async*' or 'sync*').",
"Try adding 'async*' or 'sync*' to the enclosing function.");
/**
* Initialize a newly created error code to have the given [name]. The message
* associated with the error will be created from the given [message]
* template. The correction associated with the error will be created from the
* given [correction] template.
*/
const CompileTimeErrorCode(String name, String message, [String correction])
: super(name, message, correction);
@override
ErrorSeverity get errorSeverity => ErrorType.COMPILE_TIME_ERROR.severity;
@override
ErrorType get type => ErrorType.COMPILE_TIME_ERROR;
}
/**
* The error codes used for static type warnings. The convention for this class
* is for the name of the error code to indicate the problem that caused the
* error to be generated and for the error message to explain what is wrong and,
* when appropriate, how the problem can be corrected.
*/
class StaticTypeWarningCode extends ErrorCode {
/**
* 12.7 Lists: A fresh instance (7.6.1) <i>a</i>, of size <i>n</i>, whose
* class implements the built-in class <i>List&lt;E></i> is allocated.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the number of provided type arguments
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode EXPECTED_ONE_LIST_TYPE_ARGUMENTS =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'EXPECTED_ONE_LIST_TYPE_ARGUMENTS',
"List literals require exactly one type argument or none, "
"but {0} found.",
"Try adjusting the number of type arguments.");
/**
* 12.8 Maps: A fresh instance (7.6.1) <i>m</i>, of size <i>n</i>, whose class
* implements the built-in class <i>Map&lt;K, V></i> is allocated.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the number of provided type arguments
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode EXPECTED_TWO_MAP_TYPE_ARGUMENTS =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'EXPECTED_TWO_MAP_TYPE_ARGUMENTS',
"Map literals require exactly two type arguments or none, "
"but {0} found.",
"Try adjusting the number of type arguments.");
/**
* 9 Functions: It is a static warning if the declared return type of a
* function marked async* may not be assigned to Stream.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode ILLEGAL_ASYNC_GENERATOR_RETURN_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'ILLEGAL_ASYNC_GENERATOR_RETURN_TYPE',
"Functions marked 'async*' must have a return type assignable to "
"'Stream'.",
"Try fixing the return type of the function, or "
"removing the modifier 'async*' from the function body.");
/**
* 9 Functions: It is a static warning if the declared return type of a
* function marked async may not be assigned to Future.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode ILLEGAL_ASYNC_RETURN_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'ILLEGAL_ASYNC_RETURN_TYPE',
"Functions marked 'async' must have a return type assignable to "
"'Future'.",
"Try fixing the return type of the function, or "
"removing the modifier 'async' from the function body.");
/**
* 9 Functions: It is a static warning if the declared return type of a
* function marked sync* may not be assigned to Iterable.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode ILLEGAL_SYNC_GENERATOR_RETURN_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'ILLEGAL_SYNC_GENERATOR_RETURN_TYPE',
"Functions marked 'sync*' must have a return type assignable to 'Iterable'.",
"Try fixing the return type of the function, or "
"removing the modifier 'sync*' from the function body.");
/**
* 8.1.1 Inheritance and Overriding: However, if the above rules would cause
* multiple members <i>m<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, m<sub>k</sub></i> with the
* same name <i>n</i> that would be inherited (because identically named
* members existed in several superinterfaces) then at most one member is
* inherited.
*
* If the static types <i>T<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, T<sub>k</sub></i> of the
* members <i>m<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, m<sub>k</sub></i> are not identical,
* then there must be a member <i>m<sub>x</sub></i> such that <i>T<sub>x</sub>
* &lt;: T<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= x &lt;= k</i> for all <i>i, 1 &lt;= i &lt;=
* k</i>, or a static type warning occurs. The member that is inherited is
* <i>m<sub>x</sub></i>, if it exists; otherwise:
* * Let <i>numberOfPositionals</i>(<i>f</i>) denote the number of positional
* parameters of a function <i>f</i>, and let
* <i>numberOfRequiredParams</i>(<i>f</i>) denote the number of required
* parameters of a function <i>f</i>. Furthermore, let <i>s</i> denote the
* set of all named parameters of the <i>m<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;,
* m<sub>k</sub></i>. Then let
* * <i>h = max(numberOfPositionals(m<sub>i</sub>)),</i>
* * <i>r = min(numberOfRequiredParams(m<sub>i</sub>)), for all <i>i</i>, 1 <=
* i <= k.</i> If <i>r <= h</i> then <i>I</i> has a method named <i>n</i>,
* with <i>r</i> required parameters of type <b>dynamic</b>, <i>h</i>
* positional parameters of type <b>dynamic</b>, named parameters <i>s</i>
* of type <b>dynamic</b> and return type <b>dynamic</b>.
* * Otherwise none of the members <i>m<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;,
* m<sub>k</sub></i> is inherited.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode INCONSISTENT_METHOD_INHERITANCE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'INCONSISTENT_METHOD_INHERITANCE',
"Inconsistent declarations of '{0}' are inherited from {1}.",
"Try adjusting the supertypes of this class to remove the "
"inconsistency.");
/**
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does
* not have an accessible (3.2) instance member named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the static member
* 1: the kind of the static member (field, getter, setter, or method)
* 2: the name of the defining class
*
* See [UNQUALIFIED_REFERENCE_TO_NON_LOCAL_STATIC_MEMBER].
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode INSTANCE_ACCESS_TO_STATIC_MEMBER =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'INSTANCE_ACCESS_TO_STATIC_MEMBER',
"Static {1} '{0}' can't be accessed through an instance.",
"Try using the class '{2}' to access the {1}.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: It is a static type warning if the static type of
* <i>e</i> may not be assigned to the static type of <i>v</i>. The static
* type of the expression <i>v = e</i> is the static type of <i>e</i>.
*
* 12.18 Assignment: It is a static type warning if the static type of
* <i>e</i> may not be assigned to the static type of <i>C.v</i>. The static
* type of the expression <i>C.v = e</i> is the static type of <i>e</i>.
*
* 12.18 Assignment: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>.
* It is a static type warning if the static type of <i>e<sub>2</sub></i> may
* not be assigned to <i>T</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the right hand side type
* 1: the name of the left hand side type
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode INVALID_ASSIGNMENT =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'INVALID_ASSIGNMENT',
"A value of type '{0}' can't be assigned to a variable of type '{1}'.",
"Try changing the type of the variable, or "
"casting the right-hand type to '{1}'.");
/**
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: An ordinary method invocation <i>i</i> has the
* form <i>o.m(a<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>:
* a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip; x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i>.
*
* Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>o</i>. It is a static type warning if
* <i>T</i> does not have an accessible instance member named <i>m</i>. If
* <i>T.m</i> exists, it is a static warning if the type <i>F</i> of
* <i>T.m</i> may not be assigned to a function type. If <i>T.m</i> does not
* exist, or if <i>F</i> is not a function type, the static type of <i>i</i>
* is dynamic.
*
* 12.15.3 Static Invocation: It is a static type warning if the type <i>F</i>
* of <i>C.m</i> may not be assigned to a function type.
*
* 12.15.4 Super Invocation: A super method invocation <i>i</i> has the form
* <i>super.m(a<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>:
* a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip; x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i>. If
* <i>S.m</i> exists, it is a static warning if the type <i>F</i> of
* <i>S.m</i> may not be assigned to a function type.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the identifier that is not a function type
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode INVOCATION_OF_NON_FUNCTION =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'INVOCATION_OF_NON_FUNCTION',
"'{0}' isn't a function.",
// TODO(brianwilkerson) Split this error code so that we can provide
// better error and correction messages.
"Try correcting the name to match an existing function, or "
"define a method or function named '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.14.4 Function Expression Invocation: A function expression invocation
* <i>i</i> has the form <i>e<sub>f</sub>(a<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;,
* a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>: a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip;, x<sub>n+k</sub>:
* a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i>, where <i>e<sub>f</sub></i> is an expression.
*
* It is a static type warning if the static type <i>F</i> of
* <i>e<sub>f</sub></i> may not be assigned to a function type.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode INVOCATION_OF_NON_FUNCTION_EXPRESSION =
const StaticTypeWarningCode('INVOCATION_OF_NON_FUNCTION_EXPRESSION',
"The expression doesn't evaluate to a function, so it can't invoked.");
/**
* 12.20 Conditional: It is a static type warning if the type of
* <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> may not be assigned to bool.
*
* 13.5 If: It is a static type warning if the type of the expression <i>b</i>
* may not be assigned to bool.
*
* 13.7 While: It is a static type warning if the type of <i>e</i> may not be
* assigned to bool.
*
* 13.8 Do: It is a static type warning if the type of <i>e</i> cannot be
* assigned to bool.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode NON_BOOL_CONDITION =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'NON_BOOL_CONDITION',
"Conditions must have a static type of 'bool'.",
"Try changing the condition.");
/**
* 13.15 Assert: It is a static type warning if the type of <i>e</i> may not
* be assigned to either bool or () &rarr; bool
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode NON_BOOL_EXPRESSION =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'NON_BOOL_EXPRESSION',
"Assertions must be on either a 'bool' or '() -> bool'.",
"Try changing the expression.");
/**
* 12.28 Unary Expressions: The expression !<i>e</i> is equivalent to the
* expression <i>e</i>?<b>false<b> : <b>true</b>.
*
* 12.20 Conditional: It is a static type warning if the type of
* <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> may not be assigned to bool.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode NON_BOOL_NEGATION_EXPRESSION =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'NON_BOOL_NEGATION_EXPRESSION',
"Negation argument must have a static type of 'bool'.",
"Try changing the argument to the '!' operator.");
/**
* 12.21 Logical Boolean Expressions: It is a static type warning if the
* static types of both of <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> and <i>e<sub>2</sub></i> may
* not be assigned to bool.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the lexeme of the logical operator
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode NON_BOOL_OPERAND =
const StaticTypeWarningCode('NON_BOOL_OPERAND',
"The operands of the '{0}' operator must be assignable to 'bool'.");
/**
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the variable
* 1: the type of the variable
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode NON_NULLABLE_FIELD_NOT_INITIALIZED =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'NON_NULLABLE_FIELD_NOT_INITIALIZED',
"Variable '{0}' of non-nullable type '{1}' must be initialized.",
"Try adding an initializer to the declaration, or "
"making the variable nullable by adding a '?' after the type name.");
/**
* 15.8 Parameterized Types: It is a static type warning if <i>A<sub>i</sub>,
* 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n</i> does not denote a type in the enclosing lexical scope.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode NON_TYPE_AS_TYPE_ARGUMENT =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'NON_TYPE_AS_TYPE_ARGUMENT',
"The name '{0}' isn't a type so it can't be used as a type argument.",
"Try correcting the name to an existing type, or "
"defining a type named '{0}'.");
/**
* 13.11 Return: It is a static type warning if the type of <i>e</i> may not
* be assigned to the declared return type of the immediately enclosing
* function.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the return type as declared in the return statement
* 1: the expected return type as defined by the method
* 2: the name of the method
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode RETURN_OF_INVALID_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode('RETURN_OF_INVALID_TYPE',
"The return type '{0}' isn't a '{1}', as defined by the method '{2}'.");
/**
* 12.11 Instance Creation: It is a static type warning if any of the type
* arguments to a constructor of a generic type <i>G</i> invoked by a new
* expression or a constant object expression are not subtypes of the bounds
* of the corresponding formal type parameters of <i>G</i>.
*
* 15.8 Parameterized Types: If <i>S</i> is the static type of a member
* <i>m</i> of <i>G</i>, then the static type of the member <i>m</i> of
* <i>G&lt;A<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, A<sub>n</sub>&gt;</i> is <i>[A<sub>1</sub>,
* &hellip;, A<sub>n</sub>/T<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, T<sub>n</sub>]S</i> where
* <i>T<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, T<sub>n</sub></i> are the formal type
* parameters of <i>G</i>. Let <i>B<sub>i</sub></i> be the bounds of
* <i>T<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n</i>. It is a static type warning if
* <i>A<sub>i</sub></i> is not a subtype of <i>[A<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;,
* A<sub>n</sub>/T<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, T<sub>n</sub>]B<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;=
* i &lt;= n</i>.
*
* 7.6.2 Factories: It is a static type warning if any of the type arguments
* to <i>k'</i> are not subtypes of the bounds of the corresponding formal
* type parameters of type.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type used in the instance creation that should be
* limited by the bound as specified in the class declaration
* 1: the name of the bounding type
*
* See [TYPE_PARAMETER_SUPERTYPE_OF_ITS_BOUND].
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode TYPE_ARGUMENT_NOT_MATCHING_BOUNDS =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'TYPE_ARGUMENT_NOT_MATCHING_BOUNDS',
"'{0}' doesn't extend '{1}'.",
"Try using a type that is or is a subclass of '{1}'.");
/**
* 10 Generics: It is a static type warning if a type parameter is a supertype
* of its upper bound.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type parameter
* 1: the name of the bounding type
*
* See [TYPE_ARGUMENT_NOT_MATCHING_BOUNDS].
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode TYPE_PARAMETER_SUPERTYPE_OF_ITS_BOUND =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'TYPE_PARAMETER_SUPERTYPE_OF_ITS_BOUND',
"'{0}' can't be a supertype of its upper bound.",
"Try using a type that is or is a subclass of '{1}'.");
/**
* 12.17 Getter Invocation: It is a static warning if there is no class
* <i>C</i> in the enclosing lexical scope of <i>i</i>, or if <i>C</i> does
* not declare, implicitly or explicitly, a getter named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the enumeration constant that is not defined
* 1: the name of the enumeration used to access the constant
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_ENUM_CONSTANT =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_ENUM_CONSTANT',
"There is no constant named '{0}' in '{1}'.",
"Try correcting the name to the name of an existing constant, or "
"defining a constant named '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.15.3 Unqualified Invocation: If there exists a lexically visible
* declaration named <i>id</i>, let <i>f<sub>id</sub></i> be the innermost
* such declaration. Then: [skip]. Otherwise, <i>f<sub>id</sub></i> is
* considered equivalent to the ordinary method invocation
* <b>this</b>.<i>id</i>(<i>a<sub>1</sub></i>, ..., <i>a<sub>n</sub></i>,
* <i>x<sub>n+1</sub></i> : <i>a<sub>n+1</sub></i>, ...,
* <i>x<sub>n+k</sub></i> : <i>a<sub>n+k</sub></i>).
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the method that is undefined
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_FUNCTION =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_FUNCTION',
"The function '{0}' isn't defined.",
"Try importing the library that defines '{0}', "
"correcting the name to the name of an existing function, or "
"defining a function named '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.17 Getter Invocation: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>e</i>. It is
* a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have a getter named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the getter
* 1: the name of the enclosing type where the getter is being looked for
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_GETTER =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_GETTER',
"The getter '{0}' isn't defined for the class '{1}'.",
"Try importing the library that defines '{0}', "
"correcting the name to the name of an existing getter, or "
"defining a getter or field named '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>o</i>.
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance member named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the method that is undefined
* 1: the resolved type name that the method lookup is happening on
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_METHOD =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_METHOD',
"The method '{0}' isn't defined for the class '{1}'.",
"Try correcting the name to the name of an existing method, or "
"defining a method named '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>o</i>.
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance member named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the method that is undefined
* 1: the resolved type name that the method lookup is happening on
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_METHOD_WITH_CONSTRUCTOR =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_METHOD_WITH_CONSTRUCTOR',
"The method '{0}' isn't defined for the class '{1}', but a constructor with that name is defined.",
"Try adding 'new' or 'const' to invoke the constructor, or "
"correcting the name to the name of an existing method.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: Evaluation of an assignment of the form
* <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>[<i>e<sub>2</sub></i>] = <i>e<sub>3</sub></i> is
* equivalent to the evaluation of the expression (a, i, e){a.[]=(i, e);
* return e;} (<i>e<sub>1</sub></i>, <i>e<sub>2</sub></i>,
* <i>e<sub>2</sub></i>).
*
* 12.29 Assignable Expressions: An assignable expression of the form
* <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>[<i>e<sub>2</sub></i>] is evaluated as a method
* invocation of the operator method [] on <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> with argument
* <i>e<sub>2</sub></i>.
*
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>o</i>.
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance member named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the operator
* 1: the name of the enclosing type where the operator is being looked for
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_OPERATOR =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_OPERATOR',
"The operator '{0}' isn't defined for the class '{1}'.",
"Try defining the operator '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>.
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance setter named <i>v=</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the setter
* 1: the name of the enclosing type where the setter is being looked for
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_SETTER =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_SETTER',
"The setter '{0}' isn't defined for the class '{1}'.",
"Try importing the library that defines '{0}', "
"correcting the name to the name of an existing setter, or "
"defining a setter or field named '{0}'.");
/**
* 12.17 Getter Invocation: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>e</i>. It is
* a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have a getter named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the getter
* 1: the name of the enclosing type where the getter is being looked for
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_SUPER_GETTER =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_SUPER_GETTER',
"The getter '{0}' isn't defined in a superclass of '{1}'.",
"Try correcting the name to the name of an existing getter, or "
"defining a getter or field named '{0}' in a superclass.");
/**
* 12.15.4 Super Invocation: A super method invocation <i>i</i> has the form
* <i>super.m(a<sub>1</sub>, &hellip;, a<sub>n</sub>, x<sub>n+1</sub>:
* a<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip; x<sub>n+k</sub>: a<sub>n+k</sub>)</i>. It is a
* static type warning if <i>S</i> does not have an accessible instance member
* named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the method that is undefined
* 1: the resolved type name that the method lookup is happening on
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_SUPER_METHOD =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_SUPER_METHOD',
"The method '{0}' isn't defined in a superclass of '{1}'.",
"Try correcting the name to the name of an existing method, or "
"defining a method named '{0}' in a superclass.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: Evaluation of an assignment of the form
* <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>[<i>e<sub>2</sub></i>] = <i>e<sub>3</sub></i> is
* equivalent to the evaluation of the expression (a, i, e){a.[]=(i, e);
* return e;} (<i>e<sub>1</sub></i>, <i>e<sub>2</sub></i>,
* <i>e<sub>2</sub></i>).
*
* 12.29 Assignable Expressions: An assignable expression of the form
* <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>[<i>e<sub>2</sub></i>] is evaluated as a method
* invocation of the operator method [] on <i>e<sub>1</sub></i> with argument
* <i>e<sub>2</sub></i>.
*
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>o</i>.
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance member named <i>m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the operator
* 1: the name of the enclosing type where the operator is being looked for
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_SUPER_OPERATOR =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_SUPER_OPERATOR',
"The operator '{0}' isn't defined in a superclass of '{1}'.",
"Try defining the operator '{0}' in a superclass.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>.
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance setter named <i>v=</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the setter
* 1: the name of the enclosing type where the setter is being looked for
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode UNDEFINED_SUPER_SETTER =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNDEFINED_SUPER_SETTER',
"The setter '{0}' isn't defined in a superclass of '{1}'.",
"Try correcting the name to the name of an existing setter, or "
"defining a setter or field named '{0}' in a superclass.");
/**
* 12.15.1 Ordinary Invocation: It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does
* not have an accessible (3.2) instance member named <i>m</i>.
*
* This is a specialization of [INSTANCE_ACCESS_TO_STATIC_MEMBER] that is used
* when we are able to find the name defined in a supertype. It exists to
* provide a more informative error message.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the defining type
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode
UNQUALIFIED_REFERENCE_TO_NON_LOCAL_STATIC_MEMBER =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'UNQUALIFIED_REFERENCE_TO_NON_LOCAL_STATIC_MEMBER',
"Static members from supertypes must be qualified by the name of the defining type.",
"Try adding '{0}.' before the name.");
/**
* 15.8 Parameterized Types: It is a static type warning if <i>G</i> is not a
* generic type with exactly <i>n</i> type parameters.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type being referenced (<i>G</i>)
* 1: the number of type parameters that were declared
* 2: the number of type arguments provided
*
* See [CompileTimeErrorCode.CONST_WITH_INVALID_TYPE_PARAMETERS], and
* [CompileTimeErrorCode.NEW_WITH_INVALID_TYPE_PARAMETERS].
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode WRONG_NUMBER_OF_TYPE_ARGUMENTS =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'WRONG_NUMBER_OF_TYPE_ARGUMENTS',
"The type '{0}' is declared with {1} type parameters, "
"but {2} type arguments were given.",
"Try adjusting the number of type arguments.");
/**
* It will be a static type warning if <i>m</i> is not a generic method with
* exactly <i>n</i> type parameters.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the method being referenced (<i>G</i>)
* 1: the number of type parameters that were declared
* 2: the number of type arguments provided
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode WRONG_NUMBER_OF_TYPE_ARGUMENTS_METHOD =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'WRONG_NUMBER_OF_TYPE_ARGUMENTS_METHOD',
"The method '{0}' is declared with {1} type parameters, "
"but {2} type arguments were given.",
"Try adjusting the number of type arguments.");
/**
* 17.16.1 Yield: Let T be the static type of e [the expression to the right
* of "yield"] and let f be the immediately enclosing function. It is a
* static type warning if either:
*
* - the body of f is marked async* and the type Stream<T> may not be
* assigned to the declared return type of f.
*
* - the body of f is marked sync* and the type Iterable<T> may not be
* assigned to the declared return type of f.
*
* 17.16.2 Yield-Each: Let T be the static type of e [the expression to the
* right of "yield*"] and let f be the immediately enclosing function. It is
* a static type warning if T may not be assigned to the declared return type
* of f. If f is synchronous it is a static type warning if T may not be
* assigned to Iterable. If f is asynchronous it is a static type warning if
* T may not be assigned to Stream.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode YIELD_OF_INVALID_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'YIELD_OF_INVALID_TYPE',
"The type '{0}' implied by the 'yield' expression must be assignable "
"to '{1}'.");
/**
* 17.6.2 For-in. If the iterable expression does not implement Iterable,
* this warning is reported.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: The type of the iterable expression.
* 1: The sequence type -- Iterable for `for` or Stream for `await for`.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode FOR_IN_OF_INVALID_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode('FOR_IN_OF_INVALID_TYPE',
"The type '{0}' used in the 'for' loop must implement {1}.");
/**
* 17.6.2 For-in. It the iterable expression does not implement Iterable with
* a type argument that can be assigned to the for-in variable's type, this
* warning is reported.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: The type of the iterable expression.
* 1: The sequence type -- Iterable for `for` or Stream for `await for`.
* 2: The loop variable type.
*/
static const StaticTypeWarningCode FOR_IN_OF_INVALID_ELEMENT_TYPE =
const StaticTypeWarningCode(
'FOR_IN_OF_INVALID_ELEMENT_TYPE',
"The type '{0}' used in the 'for' loop must implement {1} with a "
"type argument that can be assigned to '{2}'.");
/**
* Initialize a newly created error code to have the given [name]. The message
* associated with the error will be created from the given [message]
* template. The correction associated with the error will be created from the
* given [correction] template.
*/
const StaticTypeWarningCode(String name, String message, [String correction])
: super(name, message, correction);
@override
ErrorSeverity get errorSeverity => ErrorType.STATIC_TYPE_WARNING.severity;
@override
ErrorType get type => ErrorType.STATIC_TYPE_WARNING;
}
/**
* The error codes used for static warnings. The convention for this class is
* for the name of the error code to indicate the problem that caused the error
* to be generated and for the error message to explain what is wrong and, when
* appropriate, how the problem can be corrected.
*/
class StaticWarningCode extends ErrorCode {
/**
* 14.1 Imports: If a name <i>N</i> is referenced by a library <i>L</i> and
* <i>N</i> is introduced into the top level scope <i>L</i> by more than one
* import then:
* 1. A static warning occurs.
* 2. If <i>N</i> is referenced as a function, getter or setter, a
* <i>NoSuchMethodError</i> is raised.
* 3. If <i>N</i> is referenced as a type, it is treated as a malformed type.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the ambiguous type
* 1: the name of the first library that the type is found
* 2: the name of the second library that the type is found
*/
static const StaticWarningCode AMBIGUOUS_IMPORT = const StaticWarningCode(
'AMBIGUOUS_IMPORT',
"The name '{0}' is defined in the libraries {1}.",
"Try using 'as prefix' for one of the import directives, or "
"hiding the name from all but one of the imports.");
/**
* 12.11.1 New: It is a static warning if the static type of <i>a<sub>i</sub>,
* 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+ k</i> may not be assigned to the type of the
* corresponding formal parameter of the constructor <i>T.id</i> (respectively
* <i>T</i>).
*
* 16.12.2 Const: It is a static warning if the static type of
* <i>a<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+ k</i> may not be assigned to the type
* of the corresponding formal parameter of the constructor <i>T.id</i>
* (respectively <i>T</i>).
*
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Let <i>T<sub>i</sub></i> be the static
* type of <i>a<sub>i</sub></i>, let <i>S<sub>i</sub></i> be the type of
* <i>p<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+k</i> and let <i>S<sub>q</sub></i> be
* the type of the named parameter <i>q</i> of <i>f</i>. It is a static
* warning if <i>T<sub>j</sub></i> may not be assigned to <i>S<sub>j</sub>, 1
* &lt;= j &lt;= m</i>.
*
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Furthermore, each <i>q<sub>i</sub>, 1
* &lt;= i &lt;= l</i>, must have a corresponding named parameter in the set
* <i>{p<sub>n+1</sub>, &hellip; p<sub>n+k</sub>}</i> or a static warning
* occurs. It is a static warning if <i>T<sub>m+j</sub></i> may not be
* assigned to <i>S<sub>r</sub></i>, where <i>r = q<sub>j</sub>, 1 &lt;= j
* &lt;= l</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the actual argument type
* 1: the name of the expected type
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ARGUMENT_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE =
const StaticWarningCode('ARGUMENT_TYPE_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The argument type '{0}' can't be assigned to the parameter type '{1}'.");
/**
* 5 Variables: Attempting to assign to a final variable elsewhere will cause
* a NoSuchMethodError to be thrown, because no setter is defined for it. The
* assignment will also give rise to a static warning for the same reason.
*
* A constant variable is always implicitly final.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ASSIGNMENT_TO_CONST = const StaticWarningCode(
'ASSIGNMENT_TO_CONST',
"Constant variables can't be assigned a value.",
"Try removing the assignment, or "
"remove the modifier 'const' from the variable.");
/**
* 5 Variables: Attempting to assign to a final variable elsewhere will cause
* a NoSuchMethodError to be thrown, because no setter is defined for it. The
* assignment will also give rise to a static warning for the same reason.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ASSIGNMENT_TO_FINAL = const StaticWarningCode(
'ASSIGNMENT_TO_FINAL',
"'{0}' can't be used as a setter because it is final.",
"Try finding a different setter, or making '{0}' non-final.");
/**
* 5 Variables: Attempting to assign to a final variable elsewhere will cause
* a NoSuchMethodError to be thrown, because no setter is defined for it. The
* assignment will also give rise to a static warning for the same reason.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ASSIGNMENT_TO_FINAL_NO_SETTER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'ASSIGNMENT_TO_FINAL_NO_SETTER',
"No setter named '{0}' in class '{1}'.",
"Try correcting the name to reference an existing setter, or "
"declare the setter.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: It is as static warning if an assignment of the form
* <i>v = e</i> occurs inside a top level or static function (be it function,
* method, getter, or setter) or variable initializer and there is neither a
* local variable declaration with name <i>v</i> nor setter declaration with
* name <i>v=</i> in the lexical scope enclosing the assignment.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ASSIGNMENT_TO_FUNCTION =
const StaticWarningCode(
'ASSIGNMENT_TO_FUNCTION', "Functions can't be assigned a value.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: Let <i>T</i> be the static type of <i>e<sub>1</sub></i>
* It is a static type warning if <i>T</i> does not have an accessible
* instance setter named <i>v=</i>.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ASSIGNMENT_TO_METHOD = const StaticWarningCode(
'ASSIGNMENT_TO_METHOD', "Methods can't be assigned a value.");
/**
* 12.18 Assignment: It is as static warning if an assignment of the form
* <i>v = e</i> occurs inside a top level or static function (be it function,
* method, getter, or setter) or variable initializer and there is neither a
* local variable declaration with name <i>v</i> nor setter declaration with
* name <i>v=</i> in the lexical scope enclosing the assignment.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode ASSIGNMENT_TO_TYPE = const StaticWarningCode(
'ASSIGNMENT_TO_TYPE', "Types can't be assigned a value.");
/**
* 13.9 Switch: It is a static warning if the last statement of the statement
* sequence <i>s<sub>k</sub></i> is not a break, continue, rethrow, return
* or throw statement.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CASE_BLOCK_NOT_TERMINATED =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CASE_BLOCK_NOT_TERMINATED',
"The last statement of the 'case' should be 'break', 'continue', "
"'rethrow', 'return' or 'throw'.",
"Try adding one of the required statements.");
/**
* 12.32 Type Cast: It is a static warning if <i>T</i> does not denote a type
* available in the current lexical scope.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CAST_TO_NON_TYPE = const StaticWarningCode(
'CAST_TO_NON_TYPE',
"The name '{0}' isn't a type, so it can't be used in an 'as' expression.",
"Try changing the name to the name of an existing type, or "
"creating a type with the name '{0}'.");
/**
* 7.4 Abstract Instance Members: It is a static warning if an abstract member
* is declared or inherited in a concrete class.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the abstract method
* 1: the name of the enclosing class
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONCRETE_CLASS_WITH_ABSTRACT_MEMBER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONCRETE_CLASS_WITH_ABSTRACT_MEMBER',
"'{0}' must have a method body because '{1}' isn't abstract.",
"Try making '{1}' abstract, or adding a body to '{0}'.");
/**
* 14.1 Imports: If a name <i>N</i> is referenced by a library <i>L</i> and
* <i>N</i> would be introduced into the top level scope of <i>L</i> by an
* import from a library whose URI begins with <i>dart:</i> and an import from
* a library whose URI does not begin with <i>dart:</i>:
* * The import from <i>dart:</i> is implicitly extended by a hide N clause.
* * A static warning is issued.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the ambiguous name
* 1: the name of the dart: library in which the element is found
* 2: the name of the non-dart: library in which the element is found
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONFLICTING_DART_IMPORT =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_DART_IMPORT',
"Element '{0}' from SDK library '{1}' is implicitly hidden by '{2}'.",
"Try adding an explicit hide combinator.",
false);
/**
* 7.2 Getters: It is a static warning if a class <i>C</i> declares an
* instance getter named <i>v</i> and an accessible static member named
* <i>v</i> or <i>v=</i> is declared in a superclass of <i>C</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the super class declaring a static member
*/
static const StaticWarningCode
CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_GETTER_AND_SUPERCLASS_MEMBER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_GETTER_AND_SUPERCLASS_MEMBER',
"Superclass '{0}' declares static member with the same name.",
"Try renaming either the getter or the static member.");
/**
* 7.1 Instance Methods: It is a static warning if a class <i>C</i> declares
* an instance method named <i>n</i> and has a setter named <i>n=</i>.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_METHOD_SETTER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_METHOD_SETTER',
"Class '{0}' declares instance method '{1}', "
"but also has a setter with the same name from '{2}'.",
"Try renaming either the method or the setter.");
/**
* 7.1 Instance Methods: It is a static warning if a class <i>C</i> declares
* an instance method named <i>n</i> and has a setter named <i>n=</i>.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_METHOD_SETTER2 =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_METHOD_SETTER2',
"Class '{0}' declares the setter '{1}', "
"but also has an instance method in the same class.",
"Try renaming either the method or the setter.");
/**
* 7.3 Setters: It is a static warning if a class <i>C</i> declares an
* instance setter named <i>v=</i> and an accessible static member named
* <i>v=</i> or <i>v</i> is declared in a superclass of <i>C</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the super class declaring a static member
*/
static const StaticWarningCode
CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_SETTER_AND_SUPERCLASS_MEMBER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_INSTANCE_SETTER_AND_SUPERCLASS_MEMBER',
"Superclass '{0}' declares a static member with the same name.",
"Try renaming either the setter or the inherited member.");
/**
* 7.2 Getters: It is a static warning if a class declares a static getter
* named <i>v</i> and also has a non-static setter named <i>v=</i>.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONFLICTING_STATIC_GETTER_AND_INSTANCE_SETTER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_STATIC_GETTER_AND_INSTANCE_SETTER',
"Class '{0}' declares non-static setter with the same name.",
"Try renaming either the getter or the setter.");
/**
* 7.3 Setters: It is a static warning if a class declares a static setter
* named <i>v=</i> and also has a non-static member named <i>v</i>.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONFLICTING_STATIC_SETTER_AND_INSTANCE_MEMBER =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONFLICTING_STATIC_SETTER_AND_INSTANCE_MEMBER',
"Class '{0}' declares non-static member with the same name.",
"Try renaming either the inherited member or the setter.");
/**
* 16.12.2 Const: Given an instance creation expression of the form <i>const
* q(a<sub>1</sub>, &hellip; a<sub>n</sub>)</i> it is a static warning if
* <i>q</i> is the constructor of an abstract class but <i>q</i> is not a
* factory constructor.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode CONST_WITH_ABSTRACT_CLASS =
const StaticWarningCode(
'CONST_WITH_ABSTRACT_CLASS',
"Abstract classes can't be created with a 'const' expression.",
"Try creating an instance of a subtype.");
/**
* 12.7 Maps: It is a static warning if the values of any two keys in a map
* literal are equal.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode EQUAL_KEYS_IN_MAP = const StaticWarningCode(
'EQUAL_KEYS_IN_MAP', "Two keys in a map literal can't be equal.");
/**
* 14.2 Exports: It is a static warning to export two different libraries with
* the same name.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the uri pointing to a first library
* 1: the uri pointing to a second library
* 2:e the shared name of the exported libraries
*/
static const StaticWarningCode EXPORT_DUPLICATED_LIBRARY_NAMED =
const StaticWarningCode(
'EXPORT_DUPLICATED_LIBRARY_NAMED',
"The exported libraries '{0}' and '{1}' can't have the same name '{2}'.",
"Try adding a hide clause to one of the export directives.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: It is a static warning if <i>m &lt;
* h</i> or if <i>m &gt; n</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the maximum number of positional arguments
* 1: the actual number of positional arguments given
*
* See [NOT_ENOUGH_REQUIRED_ARGUMENTS].
*/
static const StaticWarningCode EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS =
const StaticWarningCode(
'EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS',
"Too many positional arguments: {0} expected, but {1} found.",
"Try removing the extra positional arguments.");
/**
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: It is a static warning if <i>m &lt;
* h</i> or if <i>m &gt; n</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the maximum number of positional arguments
* 1: the actual number of positional arguments given
*
* See [NOT_ENOUGH_REQUIRED_ARGUMENTS].
*/
static const StaticWarningCode EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS_COULD_BE_NAMED =
const StaticWarningCode(
'EXTRA_POSITIONAL_ARGUMENTS_COULD_BE_NAMED',
"Too many positional arguments: {0} expected, but {1} found.",
"Try removing the extra positional arguments, "
"or specifying the name for named arguments.");
/**
* 5. Variables: It is a static warning if a final instance variable that has
* been initialized at its point of declaration is also initialized in a
* constructor.
*/
static const StaticWarningCode
FIELD_INITIALIZED_IN_INITIALIZER_AND_DECLARATION =
const StaticWarningCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZED_IN_INITIALIZER_AND_DECLARATION',
"Fields can't be initialized in the constructor if they are final "
"and have already been initialized at their declaration.",
"Try removing one of the initializations.");
/**
* 5. Variables: It is a static warning if a final instance variable that has
* been initialized at its point of declaration is also initialized in a
* constructor.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the field in question
*/
static const StaticWarningCode
FINAL_INITIALIZED_IN_DECLARATION_AND_CONSTRUCTOR =
const StaticWarningCode(
'FINAL_INITIALIZED_IN_DECLARATION_AND_CONSTRUCTOR',
"'{0}' is final and was given a value when it was declared, "
"so it can't be set to a new value.",
"Try removing one of the initializations.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Execution of an initializer of the form
* <b>this</b>.<i>v</i> = <i>e</i> proceeds as follows: First, the expression
* <i>e</i> is evaluated to an object <i>o</i>. Then, the instance variable
* <i>v</i> of the object denoted by this is bound to <i>o</i>.
*
* 12.14.2 Binding Actuals to Formals: Let <i>T<sub>i</sub></i> be the static
* type of <i>a<sub>i</sub></i>, let <i>S<sub>i</sub></i> be the type of
* <i>p<sub>i</sub>, 1 &lt;= i &lt;= n+k</i> and let <i>S<sub>q</sub></i> be
* the type of the named parameter <i>q</i> of <i>f</i>. It is a static
* warning if <i>T<sub>j</sub></i> may not be assigned to <i>S<sub>j</sub>, 1
* &lt;= j &lt;= m</i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type of the initializer expression
* 1: the name of the type of the field
*/
static const StaticWarningCode FIELD_INITIALIZER_NOT_ASSIGNABLE =
const StaticWarningCode('FIELD_INITIALIZER_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The initializer type '{0}' can't be assigned to the field type '{1}'.");
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: An initializing formal has the form
* <i>this.id</i>. It is a static warning if the static type of <i>id</i> is
* not assignable to <i>T<sub>id</sub></i>.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the type of the field formal parameter
* 1: the name of the type of the field
*/
static const StaticWarningCode FIELD_INITIALIZING_FORMAL_NOT_ASSIGNABLE =
const StaticWarningCode(
'FIELD_INITIALIZING_FORMAL_NOT_ASSIGNABLE',
"The parameter type '{0}' is incompatible with the field type '{1}'.",
"Try changing or removing the parameter's type, or "
"changing the field's type.");
/**
* 5 Variables: It is a static warning if a library, static or local variable
* <i>v</i> is final and <i>v</i> is not initialized at its point of
* declaration.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the uninitialized final variable
*/
static const StaticWarningCode FINAL_NOT_INITIALIZED =
const StaticWarningCode(
'FINAL_NOT_INITIALIZED',
"The final variable '{0}' must be initialized.",
// TODO(brianwilkerson) Split this error code so that we can suggest
// initializing fields in constructors (FINAL_FIELD_NOT_INITIALIZED
// and FINAL_VARIABLE_NOT_INITIALIZED).
"Try initializing the variable.",
false);
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Each final instance variable <i>f</i>
* declared in the immediately enclosing class must have an initializer in
* <i>k</i>'s initializer list unless it has already been initialized by one
* of the following means:
* * Initialization at the declaration of <i>f</i>.
* * Initialization by means of an initializing formal of <i>k</i>.
* or a static warning occurs.
*
* Parameters:
* 0: the name of the uninitialized final variable
*/
static const StaticWarningCode FINAL_NOT_INITIALIZED_CONSTRUCTOR_1 =
const StaticWarningCode(
'FINAL_NOT_INITIALIZED_CONSTRUCTOR_1',
"The final variable '{0}' must be initialized.",
"Try adding an initializer for the field.",
false);
/**
* 7.6.1 Generative Constructors: Each final instance variable <i>f</i>
* declared in the immediately enclosi