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// Copyright (c) 2011, 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.
part of dart2js;
const DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX = "";
/**
* The messages in this file should meet the following guide lines:
*
* 1. The message should be a complete sentence starting with an uppercase
* letter, and ending with a period.
*
* 2. Reserved words and embedded identifiers should be in single quotes, so
* prefer double quotes for the complete message. For example, "The
* class '#{className}' can't use 'super'." Notice that the word 'class' in the
* preceding message is not quoted as it refers to the concept 'class', not the
* reserved word. On the other hand, 'super' refers to the reserved word. Do
* not quote 'null' and numeric literals.
*
* 3. Do not try to compose messages, as it can make translating them hard.
*
* 4. Try to keep the error messages short, but informative.
*
* 5. Use simple words and terminology, assume the reader of the message
* doesn't have an advanced degree in math, and that English is not the
* reader's native language. Do not assume any formal computer science
* training. For example, do not use Latin abbreviations (prefer "that is" over
* "i.e.", and "for example" over "e.g."). Also avoid phrases such as "if and
* only if" and "iff", that level of precision is unnecessary.
*
* 6. Prefer contractions when they are in common use, for example, prefer
* "can't" over "cannot". Using "cannot", "must not", "shall not", etc. is
* off-putting to people new to programming.
*
* 7. Use common terminology, preferably from the Dart Language
* Specification. This increases the user's chance of finding a good
* explanation on the web.
*
* 8. Do not try to be cute or funny. It is extremely frustrating to work on a
* product that crashes with a "tongue-in-cheek" message, especially if you did
* not want to use this product to begin with with.
*
* 9. Do not lie, that is, do not write error messages containing phrases like
* "can't happen". If the user ever saw this message, it would be a
* lie. Prefer messages like: "Internal error: This function should not be
* called when 'x' is null.".
*
* 10. Prefer to not use imperative tone. That is, the message should not sound
* accusing or like it is ordering the user around. The computer should
* describe the problem, not criticize for violating the specification.
*
* Other things to keep in mind:
*
* An INFO message should always be preceded by a non-INFO message, and the
* INFO messages are additional details about the preceding non-INFO
* message. For example, consider duplicated elements. First report a WARNING
* or ERROR about the duplicated element, and then report an INFO about the
* location of the existing element.
*
* Generally, we want to provide messages that consists of three sentences:
* 1. what is wrong, 2. why is it wrong, 3. how do I fix it. However, we
* combine the first two in [template] and the last in [howToFix].
*/
// TODO(johnnniwinther): For Infos, consider adding a reference to the
// error/warning/hint that they belong to.
class MessageKind {
/// Should describe what is wrong and why.
final String template;
/// Should describe how to fix the problem. Elided when using --terse option.
final String howToFix;
/**
* Examples will be checked by
* tests/compiler/dart2js/message_kind_test.dart.
*
* An example is either a String containing the example source code or a Map
* from filenames to source code. In the latter case, the filename for the
* main library code must be 'main.dart'.
*/
final List examples;
/// Additional options needed for the examples to work.
final List<String> options;
const MessageKind(this.template,
{this.howToFix,
this.examples,
this.options: const <String>[]});
/// Do not use this. It is here for legacy and debugging. It violates item 4
/// above.
static const MessageKind GENERIC = const MessageKind('#{text}');
static const MessageKind NOT_ASSIGNABLE = const MessageKind(
"'#{fromType}' is not assignable to '#{toType}'.");
static const MessageKind VOID_EXPRESSION = const MessageKind(
"Expression does not yield a value.");
static const MessageKind VOID_VARIABLE = const MessageKind(
"Variable cannot be of type void.");
static const MessageKind RETURN_VALUE_IN_VOID = const MessageKind(
"Cannot return value from void function.");
static const MessageKind RETURN_NOTHING = const MessageKind(
"Value of type '#{returnType}' expected.");
static const MessageKind MISSING_ARGUMENT = const MessageKind(
"Missing argument of type '#{argumentType}'.");
static const MessageKind ADDITIONAL_ARGUMENT = const MessageKind(
"Additional argument.");
static const MessageKind NAMED_ARGUMENT_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"No named argument '#{argumentName}' found on method.");
static const MessageKind MEMBER_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"No member named '#{memberName}' in class '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind METHOD_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"No method named '#{memberName}' in class '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind OPERATOR_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"No operator '#{memberName}' in class '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind SETTER_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"No setter named '#{memberName}' in class '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind GETTER_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"No getter named '#{memberName}' in class '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind NOT_CALLABLE = const MessageKind(
"'#{elementName}' is not callable.");
static const MessageKind MEMBER_NOT_STATIC = const MessageKind(
"'#{className}.#{memberName}' is not static.");
static const MessageKind NO_INSTANCE_AVAILABLE = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' is only available in instance methods.");
static const MessageKind PRIVATE_ACCESS = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' is declared private within library "
"'#{libraryName}'.");
static const MessageKind THIS_IS_THE_DECLARATION = const MessageKind(
"This is the declaration of '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind THIS_IS_THE_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"This is the method declaration.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RESOLVE = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RESOLVE_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve constructor '#{constructorName}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RESOLVE_CONSTRUCTOR_FOR_IMPLICIT =
const MessageKind("cannot resolve constructor '#{constructorName}'"
" for implicit super call.",
howToFix: "Try explicitly invoking a constructor of the super class",
examples: const ["""
class A {
A.foo() {}
}
class B extends A {
B();
}
main() => new B();
"""]);
static const MessageKind INVALID_UNNAMED_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Unnamed constructor name must be '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_CONSTRUCTOR_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Constructor name must start with '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RESOLVE_TYPE = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve type '#{typeName}'.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_DEFINITION = const MessageKind(
"Duplicate definition of '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind EXISTING_DEFINITION = const MessageKind(
"Existing definition of '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_IMPORT = const MessageKind(
"Duplicate import of '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind HIDDEN_IMPORT = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' from library '#{hiddenUri}' is hidden by '#{name}' "
"from library '#{hidingUri}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding 'hide #{name}' to the import of '#{hiddenUri}'.",
examples: const [
const {
'main.dart':
"""
import 'dart:async'; // This imports a class Future.
import 'future.dart';
void main() => new Future();""",
'future.dart':
"""
library future;
class Future {}"""},
const {
'main.dart':
"""
import 'future.dart';
import 'dart:async'; // This imports a class Future.
void main() => new Future();""",
'future.dart':
"""
library future;
class Future {}"""},
const {
'main.dart':
"""
import 'export.dart';
import 'dart:async'; // This imports a class Future.
void main() => new Future();""",
'future.dart':
"""
library future;
class Future {}""",
'export.dart':
"""
library export;
export 'future.dart';"""},
const {
'main.dart':
"""
import 'future.dart' as prefix;
import 'dart:async' as prefix; // This imports a class Future.
void main() => new prefix.Future();""",
'future.dart':
"""
library future;
class Future {}"""}]);
static const MessageKind HIDDEN_IMPLICIT_IMPORT = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' from library '#{hiddenUri}' is hidden by '#{name}' "
"from library '#{hidingUri}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an explicit "
"'import \"#{hiddenUri}\" hide #{name}'.",
examples: const [
const {
'main.dart':
"""
// This hides the implicit import of class Type from dart:core.
import 'type.dart';
void main() => new Type();""",
'type.dart':
"""
library type;
class Type {}"""},
const {
'conflictsWithDart.dart':
"""
library conflictsWithDart;
class Duration {
static var x = 100;
}
""",
'conflictsWithDartAsWell.dart':
"""
library conflictsWithDartAsWell;
class Duration {
static var x = 100;
}
""",
'main.dart':
r"""
library testDartConflicts;
import 'conflictsWithDart.dart';
import 'conflictsWithDartAsWell.dart';
main() {
print("Hail Caesar ${Duration.x}");
}
"""}]);
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_EXPORT = const MessageKind(
"Duplicate export of '#{name}'.",
howToFix: "Trying adding 'hide #{name}' to one of the exports.",
examples: const [const {
'main.dart': """
export 'decl1.dart';
export 'decl2.dart';
main() {}""",
'decl1.dart': "class Class {}",
'decl2.dart': "class Class {}"}]);
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_EXPORT_CONT = const MessageKind(
"This is another export of '#{name}'.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_EXPORT_DECL = const MessageKind(
"The exported '#{name}' from export #{uriString} is defined here.");
static const MessageKind NOT_A_TYPE = const MessageKind(
"'#{node}' is not a type.");
static const MessageKind NOT_A_PREFIX = const MessageKind(
"'#{node}' is not a prefix.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_FIND_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"Cannot find constructor '#{constructorName}'.");
static const MessageKind CYCLIC_CLASS_HIERARCHY = const MessageKind(
"'#{className}' creates a cycle in the class hierarchy.");
static const MessageKind CYCLIC_REDIRECTING_FACTORY = const MessageKind(
'Redirecting factory leads to a cyclic redirection.');
static const MessageKind INVALID_RECEIVER_IN_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"Field initializer expected.");
static const MessageKind NO_SUPER_IN_STATIC = const MessageKind(
"'super' is only available in instance methods.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"Field '#{fieldName}' is initialized more than once.");
static const MessageKind ALREADY_INITIALIZED = const MessageKind(
"'#{fieldName}' was already initialized here.");
static const MessageKind INIT_STATIC_FIELD = const MessageKind(
"Cannot initialize static field '#{fieldName}'.");
static const MessageKind NOT_A_FIELD = const MessageKind(
"'#{fieldName}' is not a field.");
static const MessageKind CONSTRUCTOR_CALL_EXPECTED = const MessageKind(
"only call to 'this' or 'super' constructor allowed.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_FOR_IN = const MessageKind(
"Invalid for-in variable declaration.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"Invalid initializer.");
static const MessageKind FUNCTION_WITH_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"Only constructors can have initializers.");
static const MessageKind REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR_CYCLE = const MessageKind(
"Cyclic constructor redirection.");
static const MessageKind REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR_HAS_BODY = const MessageKind(
"Redirecting constructor can't have a body.");
static const MessageKind CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_HAS_BODY = const MessageKind(
"Const constructor or factory can't have a body.",
howToFix: "Remove the 'const' keyword or the body",
examples: const ["""
class C {
const C() {}
}
main() => new C();"""]);
static const MessageKind REDIRECTING_CONSTRUCTOR_HAS_INITIALIZER =
const MessageKind(
"Redirecting constructor cannot have other initializers.");
static const MessageKind SUPER_INITIALIZER_IN_OBJECT = const MessageKind(
"'Object' cannot have a super initializer.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_SUPER_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot have more than one super initializer.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_CONSTRUCTOR_ARGUMENTS = const MessageKind(
"Arguments do not match the expected parameters of constructor "
"'#{constructorName}'.");
static const MessageKind NO_MATCHING_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"'super' call arguments and constructor parameters do not match.");
static const MessageKind NO_MATCHING_CONSTRUCTOR_FOR_IMPLICIT =
const MessageKind(
"Implicit 'super' call arguments and constructor parameters "
"do not match.");
static const MessageKind CONST_CALLS_NON_CONST = const MessageKind(
"'const' constructor cannot call a non-const constructor.");
static const MessageKind CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NONFINAL_FIELDS =
const MessageKind(
"Can't declare constructor 'const' on class #{className} "
"because the class contains non-final instance fields.",
howToFix: "Try making all fields final.",
examples: const ["""
class C {
// 'a' must be declared final to allow for the const constructor.
var a;
const C(this.a);
}
main() => new C(0);"""]);
static const MessageKind CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NONFINAL_FIELDS_FIELD =
const MessageKind("This non-final field prevents using const "
"constructors.");
static const MessageKind CONST_CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_NONFINAL_FIELDS_CONSTRUCTOR =
const MessageKind("This const constructor is not allowed due to "
"non-final fields.");
static const MessageKind INITIALIZING_FORMAL_NOT_ALLOWED = const MessageKind(
"Initializing formal parameter only allowed in generative "
"constructor.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_PARAMETER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve parameter.");
static const MessageKind NOT_INSTANCE_FIELD = const MessageKind(
"'#{fieldName}' is not an instance field.");
static const MessageKind NO_CATCH_NOR_FINALLY = const MessageKind(
"Expected 'catch' or 'finally'.");
static const MessageKind EMPTY_CATCH_DECLARATION = const MessageKind(
"Expected an identifier in catch declaration.");
static const MessageKind EXTRA_CATCH_DECLARATION = const MessageKind(
"Extra parameter in catch declaration.");
static const MessageKind PARAMETER_WITH_TYPE_IN_CATCH = const MessageKind(
"Cannot use type annotations in catch.");
static const MessageKind PARAMETER_WITH_MODIFIER_IN_CATCH = const MessageKind(
"Cannot use modifiers in catch.");
static const MessageKind OPTIONAL_PARAMETER_IN_CATCH = const MessageKind(
"Cannot use optional parameters in catch.");
static const MessageKind THROW_WITHOUT_EXPRESSION = const MessageKind(
"Cannot use re-throw outside of catch block "
"(expression expected after 'throw').");
static const MessageKind UNBOUND_LABEL = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve label '#{labelName}'.");
static const MessageKind NO_BREAK_TARGET = const MessageKind(
"'break' statement not inside switch or loop.");
static const MessageKind NO_CONTINUE_TARGET = const MessageKind(
"'continue' statement not inside loop.");
static const MessageKind EXISTING_LABEL = const MessageKind(
"Original declaration of duplicate label '#{labelName}'.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_LABEL = const MessageKind(
"Duplicate declaration of label '#{labelName}'.");
static const MessageKind UNUSED_LABEL = const MessageKind(
"Unused label '#{labelName}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_CONTINUE = const MessageKind(
"Target of continue is not a loop or switch case.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_BREAK = const MessageKind(
"Target of break is not a statement.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_TYPE_VARIABLE_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Type variable '#{typeVariableName}' already declared.");
static const MessageKind TYPE_VARIABLE_WITHIN_STATIC_MEMBER =
const MessageKind(
"Cannot refer to type variable '#{typeVariableName}' "
"within a static member.");
static const MessageKind TYPE_VARIABLE_IN_CONSTANT = const MessageKind(
"Constant expressions can't refer to type variables.",
howToFix: "Try removing the type variable or replacing it with a "
"concrete type.",
examples: const ["""
class C<T> {
const C();
m(T t) => const C<T>();
}
void main() => new C().m(null);
"""
]);
static const MessageKind INVALID_TYPE_VARIABLE_BOUND = const MessageKind(
"'#{typeArgument}' is not a subtype of bound '#{bound}' for "
"type variable '#{typeVariable}' of type '#{thisType}'.",
howToFix: "Try to change or remove the type argument.",
examples: const ["""
class C<T extends num> {}
// 'String' is not a valid instantiation of T with bound num.'.
main() => new C<String>();
"""]);
static const MessageKind INVALID_USE_OF_SUPER = const MessageKind(
"'super' not allowed here.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_CASE_DEFAULT = const MessageKind(
"'default' only allowed on last case of a switch.");
static const MessageKind SWITCH_CASE_TYPES_NOT_EQUAL = const MessageKind(
"'case' expressions do not all have type '#{type}'.");
static const MessageKind SWITCH_CASE_TYPES_NOT_EQUAL_CASE = const MessageKind(
"'case' expression of type '#{type}'.");
static const MessageKind SWITCH_CASE_FORBIDDEN = const MessageKind(
"'case' expression may not be of type '#{type}'.");
static const MessageKind SWITCH_CASE_VALUE_OVERRIDES_EQUALS =
const MessageKind(
"'case' expression type '#{type}' overrides 'operator =='.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_ARGUMENT_AFTER_NAMED = const MessageKind(
"Unnamed argument after named argument.");
static const MessageKind NOT_A_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANT = const MessageKind(
"Not a compile-time constant.");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANT = const MessageKind(
"A Deferred value cannot be used as a compile-time constant.");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANT_CONSTRUCTION =
const MessageKind("A deferred class cannot be used to create a"
"compile-time constant.");
static const MessageKind CYCLIC_COMPILE_TIME_CONSTANTS = const MessageKind(
"Cycle in the compile-time constant computation.");
static const MessageKind CONSTRUCTOR_IS_NOT_CONST = const MessageKind(
"Constructor is not a 'const' constructor.");
static const MessageKind CONST_MAP_KEY_OVERRIDES_EQUALS =
const MessageKind(
"Const-map key type '#{type}' overrides 'operator =='.");
static const MessageKind NO_SUCH_LIBRARY_MEMBER = const MessageKind(
"'#{libraryName}' has no member named '#{memberName}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_INSTANTIATE_TYPEDEF = const MessageKind(
"Cannot instantiate typedef '#{typedefName}'.");
static const MessageKind REQUIRED_PARAMETER_WITH_DEFAULT = const MessageKind(
"Non-optional parameters can't have a default value.",
howToFix:
"Try removing the default value or making the parameter optional.",
examples: const ["""
main() {
foo(a: 1) => print(a);
foo(2);
}""", """
main() {
foo(a = 1) => print(a);
foo(2);
}"""]);
static const MessageKind NAMED_PARAMETER_WITH_EQUALS = const MessageKind(
"Named optional parameters can't use '=' to specify a default "
"value.",
howToFix: "Try replacing '=' with ':'.",
examples: const ["""
main() {
foo({a = 1}) => print(a);
foo(a: 2);
}"""]);
static const MessageKind POSITIONAL_PARAMETER_WITH_EQUALS = const MessageKind(
"Positional optional parameters can't use ':' to specify a "
"default value.",
howToFix: "Try replacing ':' with '='.",
examples: const ["""
main() {
foo([a: 1]) => print(a);
foo(2);
}"""]);
static const MessageKind TYPEDEF_FORMAL_WITH_DEFAULT = const MessageKind(
"A parameter of a typedef can't specify a default value.",
howToFix:
"Try removing the default value.",
examples: const ["""
typedef void F([int arg = 0]);
main() {
F f;
}""", """
typedef void F({int arg: 0});
main() {
F f;
}"""]);
static const MessageKind FUNCTION_TYPE_FORMAL_WITH_DEFAULT = const MessageKind(
"A function type parameter can't specify a default value.",
howToFix:
"Try removing the default value.",
examples: const ["""
foo(f(int i, [a = 1])) {}
main() {
foo(1, 2);
}""", """
foo(f(int i, {a: 1})) {}
main() {
foo(1, a: 2);
}"""]);
static const MessageKind REDIRECTING_FACTORY_WITH_DEFAULT = const MessageKind(
"A parameter of a redirecting factory constructor can't specify a "
"default value.",
howToFix:
"Try removing the default value.",
examples: const ["""
class A {
A([a]);
factory A.foo([a = 1]) = A;
}
main() {
new A.foo(1);
}""", """
class A {
A({a});
factory A.foo({a: 1}) = A;
}
main() {
new A.foo(a: 1);
}"""]);
static const MessageKind FORMAL_DECLARED_CONST = const MessageKind(
"A formal parameter can't be declared const.",
howToFix: "Try removing 'const'.",
examples: const ["""
foo(const x) {}
main() => foo(42);
""", """
foo({const x}) {}
main() => foo(42);
""", """
foo([const x]) {}
main() => foo(42);
"""]);
static const MessageKind FORMAL_DECLARED_STATIC = const MessageKind(
"A formal parameter can't be declared static.",
howToFix: "Try removing 'static'.",
examples: const ["""
foo(static x) {}
main() => foo(42);
""", """
foo({static x}) {}
main() => foo(42);
""", """
foo([static x]) {}
main() => foo(42);
"""]);
static const MessageKind FINAL_FUNCTION_TYPE_PARAMETER = const MessageKind(
"A function type parameter can't be declared final.",
howToFix: "Try removing 'final'.",
examples: const ["""
foo(final int x(int a)) {}
main() => foo((y) => 42);
""", """
foo({final int x(int a)}) {}
main() => foo((y) => 42);
""", """
foo([final int x(int a)]) {}
main() => foo((y) => 42);
"""]);
static const MessageKind VAR_FUNCTION_TYPE_PARAMETER = const MessageKind(
"A function type parameter can't be declared with 'var'.",
howToFix: "Try removing 'var'.",
examples: const ["""
foo(var int x(int a)) {}
main() => foo((y) => 42);
""", """
foo({var int x(int a)}) {}
main() => foo((y) => 42);
""", """
foo([var int x(int a)]) {}
main() => foo((y) => 42);
"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_INSTANTIATE_TYPE_VARIABLE = const MessageKind(
"Cannot instantiate type variable '#{typeVariableName}'.");
static const MessageKind CYCLIC_TYPE_VARIABLE = const MessageKind(
"Type variable '#{typeVariableName}' is a supertype of itself.");
static const CYCLIC_TYPEDEF = const MessageKind(
"A typedef can't refer to itself.",
howToFix: "Try removing all references to '#{typedefName}' "
"in the definition of '#{typedefName}'.",
examples: const ["""
typedef F F(); // The return type 'F' is a self-reference.
main() { F f = null; }"""]);
static const CYCLIC_TYPEDEF_ONE = const MessageKind(
"A typedef can't refer to itself through another typedef.",
howToFix: "Try removing all references to "
"'#{otherTypedefName}' in the definition of '#{typedefName}'.",
examples: const ["""
typedef G F(); // The return type 'G' is a self-reference through typedef 'G'.
typedef F G(); // The return type 'F' is a self-reference through typedef 'F'.
main() { F f = null; }""",
"""
typedef G F(); // The return type 'G' creates a self-reference.
typedef H G(); // The return type 'H' creates a self-reference.
typedef H(F f); // The argument type 'F' creates a self-reference.
main() { F f = null; }"""]);
static const MessageKind CLASS_NAME_EXPECTED = const MessageKind(
"Class name expected.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_EXTEND = const MessageKind(
"'#{type}' cannot be extended.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_IMPLEMENT = const MessageKind(
"'#{type}' cannot be implemented.");
// TODO(johnnwinther): Split messages into reasons for malformedness.
static const MessageKind CANNOT_EXTEND_MALFORMED = const MessageKind(
"Class '#{className}' can't extend the type '#{malformedType}' because "
"it is malformed.",
howToFix: "Try correcting the malformed type annotation or removing the "
"'extends' clause.",
examples: const ["""
class A extends Malformed {}
main() => new A();"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_IMPLEMENT_MALFORMED = const MessageKind(
"Class '#{className}' can't implement the type '#{malformedType}' "
"because it is malformed.",
howToFix: "Try correcting the malformed type annotation or removing the "
"type from the 'implements' clause.",
examples: const ["""
class A implements Malformed {}
main() => new A();"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_MIXIN_MALFORMED = const MessageKind(
"Class '#{className}' can't mixin the type '#{malformedType}' because it "
"is malformed.",
howToFix: "Try correcting the malformed type annotation or removing the "
"type from the 'with' clause.",
examples: const ["""
class A extends Object with Malformed {}
main() => new A();"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_MIXIN = const MessageKind(
"The type '#{type}' can't be mixed in.",
howToFix: "Try removing '#{type}' from the 'with' clause.",
examples: const ["""
class C extends Object with String {}
main() => new C();
""", """
typedef C = Object with String;
main() => new C();
"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_EXTEND_ENUM = const MessageKind(
"Class '#{className}' can't extend the type '#{enumType}' because "
"it is declared by an enum.",
options: const ['--enable-enum'],
howToFix: "Try making '#{enumType}' a normal class or removing the "
"'extends' clause.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum { A }
class B extends Enum {}
main() => new B();"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_IMPLEMENT_ENUM = const MessageKind(
"Class '#{className}' can't implement the type '#{enumType}' "
"because it is declared by an enum.",
options: const ['--enable-enum'],
howToFix: "Try making '#{enumType}' a normal class or removing the "
"type from the 'implements' clause.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum { A }
class B implements Enum {}
main() => new B();"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_MIXIN_ENUM = const MessageKind(
"Class '#{className}' can't mixin the type '#{enumType}' because it "
"is declared by an enum.",
options: const ['--enable-enum'],
howToFix: "Try making '#{enumType}' a normal class or removing the "
"type from the 'with' clause.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum { A }
class B extends Object with Enum {}
main() => new B();"""]);
static const MessageKind CANNOT_INSTANTIATE_ENUM = const MessageKind(
"Enum type '#{enumName}' cannot be instantiated.",
options: const ['--enable-enum'],
howToFix: "Try making '#{enumType}' a normal class or use an enum "
"constant.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum { A }
main() => new Enum(0);""", """
enum Enum { A }
main() => const Enum(0);"""]);
static const MessageKind EMPTY_ENUM_DECLARATION = const MessageKind(
"Enum '#{enumName}' must contain at least one value.",
options: const ['--enable-enum'],
howToFix: "Try adding an enum constant or making #{enumName} a "
"normal class.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum {}
main() { Enum e; }"""]);
static const MessageKind MISSING_ENUM_CASES = const MessageKind(
"Missing enum constants in switch statement: #{enumValues}.",
options: const ['--enable-enum'],
howToFix: "Try adding the missing constants or a default case.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum { A, B }
main() {
switch (Enum.A) {
case Enum.B: break;
}
}""", """
enum Enum { A, B, C }
main() {
switch (Enum.A) {
case Enum.B: break;
}
}"""]);
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_EXTENDS_IMPLEMENTS = const MessageKind(
"'#{type}' can not be both extended and implemented.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATE_IMPLEMENTS = const MessageKind(
"'#{type}' must not occur more than once "
"in the implements clause.");
static const MessageKind MULTI_INHERITANCE = const MessageKind(
"Dart2js does not currently support inheritance of the same class with "
"different type arguments: Both #{firstType} and #{secondType} are "
"supertypes of #{thisType}.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_SUPER_SEND = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' cannot be called on super.");
static const MessageKind NO_SUCH_SUPER_MEMBER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve '#{memberName}' in a superclass of '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind ADDITIONAL_TYPE_ARGUMENT = const MessageKind(
"Additional type argument.");
static const MessageKind MISSING_TYPE_ARGUMENT = const MessageKind(
"Missing type argument.");
// TODO(johnniwinther): Use ADDITIONAL_TYPE_ARGUMENT or MISSING_TYPE_ARGUMENT
// instead.
static const MessageKind TYPE_ARGUMENT_COUNT_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Incorrect number of type arguments on '#{type}'.");
static const MessageKind GETTER_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Setter disagrees on: '#{modifiers}'.");
static const MessageKind SETTER_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Getter disagrees on: '#{modifiers}'.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_SETTER_FORMALS = const MessageKind(
"A setter must have exactly one argument.");
static const MessageKind NO_STATIC_OVERRIDE = const MessageKind(
"Static member cannot override instance member '#{memberName}' of "
"'#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind NO_STATIC_OVERRIDE_CONT = const MessageKind(
"This is the instance member that cannot be overridden "
"by a static member.");
static const MessageKind INSTANCE_STATIC_SAME_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Instance member '#{memberName}' and static member of "
"superclass '#{className}' have the same name.");
static const MessageKind INSTANCE_STATIC_SAME_NAME_CONT = const MessageKind(
"This is the static member with the same name.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of method '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not a subtype of the overridden method type "
"'#{inheritedType}' inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDDEN_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"This is the overridden method '#{name}' declared in class "
"'#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of getter '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden getter inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDDEN_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"This is the overridden getter '#{name}' declared in class "
"'#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_GETTER_WITH_FIELD =
const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of field '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden getter inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_FIELD_WITH_GETTER =
const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of getter '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden field inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of setter '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden setter inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDDEN_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"This is the overridden setter '#{name}' declared in class "
"'#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_SETTER_WITH_FIELD =
const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of field '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden setter inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_FIELD_WITH_SETTER =
const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of setter '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden field inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDE_FIELD = const MessageKind(
"The type '#{declaredType}' of field '#{name}' declared in "
"'#{class}' is not assignable to the type '#{inheritedType}' of the "
"overridden field inherited from '#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_OVERRIDDEN_FIELD = const MessageKind(
"This is the overridden field '#{name}' declared in class "
"'#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_FIELD_WITH_METHOD =
const MessageKind(
"Method '#{name}' in '#{class}' can't override field from "
"'#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_FIELD_WITH_METHOD_CONT =
const MessageKind(
"This is the field that cannot be overridden by a method.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_METHOD_WITH_FIELD =
const MessageKind(
"Field '#{name}' in '#{class}' can't override method from "
"'#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_METHOD_WITH_FIELD_CONT =
const MessageKind(
"This is the method that cannot be overridden by a field.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_GETTER_WITH_METHOD =
const MessageKind(
"Method '#{name}' in '#{class}' can't override getter from "
"'#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_GETTER_WITH_METHOD_CONT =
const MessageKind(
"This is the getter that cannot be overridden by a method.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_METHOD_WITH_GETTER =
const MessageKind(
"Getter '#{name}' in '#{class}' can't override method from "
"'#{inheritedClass}'.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_OVERRIDE_METHOD_WITH_GETTER_CONT =
const MessageKind(
"This is the method that cannot be overridden by a getter.");
static const MessageKind MISSING_FORMALS = const MessageKind(
"Formal parameters are missing.");
static const MessageKind EXTRA_FORMALS = const MessageKind(
"Formal parameters are not allowed here.");
static const MessageKind UNARY_OPERATOR_BAD_ARITY = const MessageKind(
"Operator '#{operatorName}' must have no parameters.");
static const MessageKind MINUS_OPERATOR_BAD_ARITY = const MessageKind(
"Operator '-' must have 0 or 1 parameters.");
static const MessageKind BINARY_OPERATOR_BAD_ARITY = const MessageKind(
"Operator '#{operatorName}' must have exactly 1 parameter.");
static const MessageKind TERNARY_OPERATOR_BAD_ARITY = const MessageKind(
"Operator '#{operatorName}' must have exactly 2 parameters.");
static const MessageKind OPERATOR_OPTIONAL_PARAMETERS = const MessageKind(
"Operator '#{operatorName}' cannot have optional parameters.");
static const MessageKind OPERATOR_NAMED_PARAMETERS = const MessageKind(
"Operator '#{operatorName}' cannot have named parameters.");
static const MessageKind CONSTRUCTOR_WITH_RETURN_TYPE = const MessageKind(
"Cannot have return type for constructor.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RETURN_FROM_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"Constructors can't return values.",
howToFix: "Remove the return statement or use a factory constructor.",
examples: const ["""
class C {
C() {
return 1;
}
}
main() => new C();"""]);
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_FINAL_METHOD_MODIFIER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot have final modifier on method.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_CONST_FIELD_MODIFIER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot have const modifier on non-static field.",
howToFix: "Try adding a static modifier, or removing the const modifier.",
examples: const ["""
class C {
const int a = 1;
}
main() => new C();"""]);
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_CONSTRUCTOR_MODIFIERS = const MessageKind(
"Illegal constructor modifiers: '#{modifiers}'.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_APPLICATION_MODIFIERS =
const MessageKind(
"Illegal mixin application modifiers: '#{modifiers}'.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_SUPERCLASS = const MessageKind(
"Class used as mixin must have Object as superclass.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_OBJECT = const MessageKind(
"Cannot use Object as mixin.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"Class used as mixin cannot have non-factory constructor.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_CYCLE = const MessageKind(
"Class used as mixin introduces mixin cycle: "
"'#{mixinName1}' <-> '#{mixinName2}'.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_WITH_SUPER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot use class '#{className}' as a mixin because it uses "
"'super'.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_MIXIN_SUPER_USE = const MessageKind(
"Use of 'super' in class used as mixin.");
static const MessageKind PARAMETER_NAME_EXPECTED = const MessageKind(
"parameter name expected.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RESOLVE_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve getter.");
static const MessageKind CANNOT_RESOLVE_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve setter.");
static const MessageKind ASSIGNING_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"Cannot assign a value to a method.");
static const MessageKind ASSIGNING_TYPE = const MessageKind(
"Cannot assign a value to a type.");
static const MessageKind VOID_NOT_ALLOWED = const MessageKind(
"Type 'void' can't be used here because it isn't a return type.",
howToFix: "Try removing 'void' keyword or replace it with 'var', 'final',"
" or a type.",
examples: const [
"void x; main() {}",
"foo(void x) {} main() { foo(null); }",
]);
static const MessageKind NULL_NOT_ALLOWED = const MessageKind(
"`null` can't be used here.");
static const MessageKind BEFORE_TOP_LEVEL = const MessageKind(
"Part header must come before top-level definitions.");
static const MessageKind LIBRARY_NAME_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Expected part of library name '#{libraryName}'.",
howToFix: "Trying changing the directive to 'part of #{libraryName};'.",
examples: const [const {
'main.dart': """
library lib.foo;
part 'part.dart';
main() {}
""",
'part.dart': """
part of lib.bar;
"""}]);
static const MessageKind MISSING_LIBRARY_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Library has no name. Part directive expected library name "
"to be '#{libraryName}'.",
howToFix: "Trying adding 'library #{libraryName};' to the library.",
examples: const [const {
'main.dart': """
part 'part.dart';
main() {}
""",
'part.dart': """
part of lib.foo;
"""}]);
static const MessageKind THIS_IS_THE_PART_OF_TAG = const MessageKind(
"This is the part of directive.");
static const MessageKind MISSING_PART_OF_TAG = const MessageKind(
"This file has no part-of tag, but it is being used as a part.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATED_PART_OF = const MessageKind(
"Duplicated part-of directive.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_DIRECTIVE = const MessageKind(
"Directive not allowed here.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATED_LIBRARY_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Duplicated library name '#{libraryName}'.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATED_RESOURCE = const MessageKind(
"The resource '#{resourceUri}' is loaded through both "
"'#{canonicalUri1}' and '#{canonicalUri2}'.");
static const MessageKind DUPLICATED_LIBRARY_RESOURCE =
const MessageKind(
"The library '#{libraryName}' in '#{resourceUri}' is loaded through "
"both '#{canonicalUri1}' and '#{canonicalUri2}'.");
// This is used as an exception.
static const MessageKind INVALID_SOURCE_FILE_LOCATION = const MessageKind('''
Invalid offset (#{offset}) in source map.
File: #{fileName}
Length: #{length}''');
static const MessageKind TOP_LEVEL_VARIABLE_DECLARED_STATIC =
const MessageKind(
"Top-level variable cannot be declared static.");
static const MessageKind REFERENCE_IN_INITIALIZATION = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is referenced during its "
"initialization.",
howToFix: "If you are trying to reference a shadowed variable, rename"
" one of the variables.",
examples: const ["""
foo(t) {
var t = t;
return t;
}
main() => foo(1);
"""]);
static const MessageKind CONST_WITHOUT_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"A constant variable must be initialized.",
howToFix: "Try adding an initializer or "
"removing the 'const' modifier.",
examples: const ["""
void main() {
const c; // This constant variable must be initialized.
}"""]);
static const MessageKind FINAL_WITHOUT_INITIALIZER = const MessageKind(
"A final variable must be initialized.",
howToFix: "Try adding an initializer or "
"removing the 'final' modifier.",
examples: const [
"class C { static final field; } main() => C.field;"]);
static const MessageKind MEMBER_USES_CLASS_NAME = const MessageKind(
"Member variable can't have the same name as the class it is "
"declared in.",
howToFix: "Try renaming the variable.",
examples: const ["""
class A { var A; }
main() {
var a = new A();
a.A = 1;
}
""", """
class A { static var A; }
main() => A.A = 1;
"""]);
static const MessageKind WRONG_NUMBER_OF_ARGUMENTS_FOR_ASSERT =
const MessageKind(
"Wrong number of arguments to assert. Should be 1, but given "
"#{argumentCount}.");
static const MessageKind ASSERT_IS_GIVEN_NAMED_ARGUMENTS = const MessageKind(
"'assert' takes no named arguments, but given #{argumentCount}.");
static const MessageKind FACTORY_REDIRECTION_IN_NON_FACTORY =
const MessageKind(
"Factory redirection only allowed in factories.");
static const MessageKind MISSING_FACTORY_KEYWORD = const MessageKind(
"Did you forget a factory keyword here?");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_LIBRARY_DART_2_DART =
const MessageKind(
"Deferred loading is not supported by the dart backend yet."
"The output will not be split.");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_LIBRARY_WITHOUT_PREFIX =
const MessageKind(
"This import is deferred but there is no prefix keyword.",
howToFix:
"Try adding a prefix to the import.");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_OLD_SYNTAX =
const MessageKind(
"The DeferredLibrary annotation is obsolete.",
howToFix:
"Use the \"import 'lib.dart' deferred as prefix\" syntax instead.");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_LIBRARY_DUPLICATE_PREFIX =
const MessageKind(
"The prefix of this deferred import is not unique.",
howToFix:
"Try changing the import prefix.");
static const MessageKind DEFERRED_TYPE_ANNOTATION =
const MessageKind(
"The type #{node} is deferred. "
"Deferred types are not valid as type annotations.",
howToFix:
"Try using a non-deferred abstract class as an interface.");
static const MessageKind ILLEGAL_STATIC = const MessageKind(
"Modifier static is only allowed on functions declared in "
"a class.");
static const MessageKind STATIC_FUNCTION_BLOAT = const MessageKind(
"Using '#{class}.#{name}' may lead to unnecessarily large "
"generated code.",
howToFix:
"Try adding '@MirrorsUsed(...)' as described at "
"https://goo.gl/Akrrog.");
static const MessageKind NON_CONST_BLOAT = const MessageKind(
"Using 'new #{name}' may lead to unnecessarily large generated "
"code.",
howToFix:
"Try using 'const #{name}' or adding '@MirrorsUsed(...)' as "
"described at https://goo.gl/Akrrog.");
static const MessageKind STRING_EXPECTED = const MessageKind(
"Expected a 'String', but got an instance of '#{type}'.");
static const MessageKind PRIVATE_IDENTIFIER = const MessageKind(
"'#{value}' is not a valid Symbol name because it starts with "
"'_'.");
static const MessageKind PRIVATE_NAMED_PARAMETER = const MessageKind(
"Named optional parameter can't have a library private name.",
howToFix: "Try removing the '_' or making the parameter positional or "
"required.",
examples: const ["""foo({int _p}) {} main() => foo();"""]
);
static const MessageKind UNSUPPORTED_LITERAL_SYMBOL = const MessageKind(
"Symbol literal '##{value}' is currently unsupported by dart2js.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_SYMBOL = const MessageKind('''
'#{value}' is not a valid Symbol name because is not:
* an empty String,
* a user defined operator,
* a qualified non-private identifier optionally followed by '=', or
* a qualified non-private identifier followed by '.' and a user-defined '''
"operator.");
static const MessageKind AMBIGUOUS_REEXPORT = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' is (re)exported by multiple libraries.");
static const MessageKind AMBIGUOUS_LOCATION = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' is defined here.");
static const MessageKind IMPORTED_HERE = const MessageKind(
"'#{name}' is imported here.");
static const MessageKind OVERRIDE_EQUALS_NOT_HASH_CODE = const MessageKind(
"The class '#{class}' overrides 'operator==', "
"but not 'get hashCode'.");
static const MessageKind PACKAGE_ROOT_NOT_SET = const MessageKind(
"Cannot resolve '#{uri}'. Package root has not been set.");
static const MessageKind INTERNAL_LIBRARY_FROM = const MessageKind(
"Internal library '#{resolvedUri}' is not accessible from "
"'#{importingUri}'.");
static const MessageKind INTERNAL_LIBRARY = const MessageKind(
"Internal library '#{resolvedUri}' is not accessible.");
static const MessageKind LIBRARY_NOT_FOUND = const MessageKind(
"Library not found '#{resolvedUri}'.");
static const MessageKind UNSUPPORTED_EQ_EQ_EQ = const MessageKind(
"'===' is not an operator. "
"Did you mean '#{lhs} == #{rhs}' or 'identical(#{lhs}, #{rhs})'?");
static const MessageKind UNSUPPORTED_BANG_EQ_EQ = const MessageKind(
"'!==' is not an operator. "
"Did you mean '#{lhs} != #{rhs}' or '!identical(#{lhs}, #{rhs})'?");
static const MessageKind UNSUPPORTED_PREFIX_PLUS = const MessageKind(
"'+' is not a prefix operator. ",
howToFix: "Try removing '+'.",
examples: const [
"main() => +2; // No longer a valid way to write '2'"
]);
static const MessageKind UNSUPPORTED_THROW_WITHOUT_EXP = const MessageKind(
"No expression after 'throw'. "
"Did you mean 'rethrow'?");
static const MessageKind DEPRECATED_TYPEDEF_MIXIN_SYNTAX = const MessageKind(
"'typedef' not allowed here. ",
howToFix: "Try replacing 'typedef' with 'class'.",
examples: const [
"""
class B { }
class M1 { }
typedef C = B with M1; // Need to replace 'typedef' with 'class'.
main() { new C(); }
"""]
);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_EXPECTED_STRING = const MessageKind(
"Can't use '#{name}' here because it's an instance of '#{type}' "
"and a 'String' value is expected.",
howToFix: "Did you forget to add quotes?",
examples: const [
"""
// 'Foo' is a type literal, not a string.
@MirrorsUsed(symbols: const [Foo])
import 'dart:mirrors';
class Foo {}
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_EXPECTED_STRING_OR_TYPE = const MessageKind(
"Can't use '#{name}' here because it's an instance of '#{type}' "
"and a 'String' or 'Type' value is expected.",
howToFix: "Did you forget to add quotes?",
examples: const [
"""
// 'main' is a method, not a class.
@MirrorsUsed(targets: const [main])
import 'dart:mirrors';
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_EXPECTED_STRING_OR_LIST = const MessageKind(
"Can't use '#{name}' here because it's an instance of '#{type}' "
"and a 'String' or 'List' value is expected.",
howToFix: "Did you forget to add quotes?",
examples: const [
"""
// 'Foo' is not a string.
@MirrorsUsed(symbols: Foo)
import 'dart:mirrors';
class Foo {}
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_EXPECTED_STRING_TYPE_OR_LIST =
const MessageKind(
"Can't use '#{name}' here because it's an instance of '#{type}' "
"but a 'String', 'Type', or 'List' value is expected.",
howToFix: "Did you forget to add quotes?",
examples: const [
"""
// '1' is not a string.
@MirrorsUsed(targets: 1)
import 'dart:mirrors';
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_CANNOT_RESOLVE_IN_CURRENT_LIBRARY =
const MessageKind(
"Can't find '#{name}' in the current library.",
// TODO(ahe): The closest identifiers in edit distance would be nice.
howToFix: "Did you forget to add an import?",
examples: const [
"""
// 'window' is not in scope because dart:html isn't imported.
@MirrorsUsed(targets: 'window')
import 'dart:mirrors';
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_CANNOT_RESOLVE_IN_LIBRARY =
const MessageKind(
"Can't find '#{name}' in the library '#{library}'.",
// TODO(ahe): The closest identifiers in edit distance would be nice.
howToFix: "Is '#{name}' spelled right?",
examples: const [
"""
// 'List' is misspelled.
@MirrorsUsed(targets: 'dart.core.Lsit')
import 'dart:mirrors';
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MIRRORS_CANNOT_FIND_IN_ELEMENT =
const MessageKind(
"Can't find '#{name}' in '#{element}'.",
// TODO(ahe): The closest identifiers in edit distance would be nice.
howToFix: "Is '#{name}' spelled right?",
examples: const [
"""
// 'addAll' is misspelled.
@MirrorsUsed(targets: 'dart.core.List.addAl')
import 'dart:mirrors';
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind READ_SCRIPT_ERROR = const MessageKind(
"Can't read '#{uri}' (#{exception}).",
// Don't know how to fix since the underlying error is unknown.
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const [
"""
// 'foo.dart' does not exist.
import 'foo.dart';
main() {}
"""]);
static const MessageKind EXTRANEOUS_MODIFIER = const MessageKind(
"Can't have modifier '#{modifier}' here.",
howToFix: "Try removing '#{modifier}'.",
examples: const [
"var String foo; main(){}",
// "var get foo; main(){}",
"var set foo; main(){}",
"var final foo; main(){}",
"var var foo; main(){}",
"var const foo; main(){}",
"var abstract foo; main(){}",
"var static foo; main(){}",
"var external foo; main(){}",
"get var foo; main(){}",
"set var foo; main(){}",
"final var foo; main(){}",
"var var foo; main(){}",
"const var foo; main(){}",
"abstract var foo; main(){}",
"static var foo; main(){}",
"external var foo; main(){}"]);
static const MessageKind EXTRANEOUS_MODIFIER_REPLACE = const MessageKind(
"Can't have modifier '#{modifier}' here.",
howToFix: "Try replacing modifier '#{modifier}' with 'var', 'final',"
" or a type.",
examples: const [
// "get foo; main(){}",
"set foo; main(){}",
"abstract foo; main(){}",
"static foo; main(){}",
"external foo; main(){}"]);
static const MessageKind ABSTRACT_CLASS_INSTANTIATION = const MessageKind(
"Can't instantiate abstract class.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const ["abstract class A {} main() { new A(); }"]);
static const MessageKind BODY_EXPECTED = const MessageKind(
"Expected a function body or '=>'.",
// TODO(ahe): In some scenarios, we can suggest removing the 'static'
// keyword.
howToFix: "Try adding {}.",
examples: const [
"main();"]);
static const MessageKind MIRROR_BLOAT = const MessageKind(
"#{count} methods retained for use by dart:mirrors out of #{total}"
" total methods (#{percentage}%).");
static const MessageKind MIRROR_IMPORT = const MessageKind(
"Import of 'dart:mirrors'.");
static const MessageKind MIRROR_IMPORT_NO_USAGE = const MessageKind(
"This import is not annotated with @MirrorsUsed, which may lead to "
"unnecessarily large generated code.",
howToFix:
"Try adding '@MirrorsUsed(...)' as described at "
"https://goo.gl/Akrrog.");
static const MessageKind WRONG_ARGUMENT_FOR_JS_INTERCEPTOR_CONSTANT =
const MessageKind(
"Argument for 'JS_INTERCEPTOR_CONSTANT' must be a type constant.");
static const MessageKind EXPECTED_IDENTIFIER_NOT_RESERVED_WORD =
const MessageKind(
"'#{keyword}' is a reserved word and can't be used here.",
howToFix: "Try using a different name.",
examples: const ["do() {} main() {}"]);
static const MessageKind NAMED_FUNCTION_EXPRESSION =
const MessageKind("Function expression '#{name}' cannot be named.",
howToFix: "Try removing the name.",
examples: const ["main() { var f = func() {}; }"]);
static const MessageKind UNUSED_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"The method '#{name}' is never called.",
howToFix: "Consider deleting it.",
examples: const ["deadCode() {} main() {}"]);
static const MessageKind UNUSED_CLASS = const MessageKind(
"The class '#{name}' is never used.",
howToFix: "Consider deleting it.",
examples: const ["class DeadCode {} main() {}"]);
static const MessageKind UNUSED_TYPEDEF = const MessageKind(
"The typedef '#{name}' is never used.",
howToFix: "Consider deleting it.",
examples: const ["typedef DeadCode(); main() {}"]);
static const MessageKind ABSTRACT_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"The method '#{name}' has no implementation in "
"class '#{class}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding a body to '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
class Class {
method();
}
main() => new Class().method();
"""]);
static const MessageKind ABSTRACT_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"The getter '#{name}' has no implementation in "
"class '#{class}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding a body to '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
class Class {
get getter;
}
main() => new Class();
"""]);
static const MessageKind ABSTRACT_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"The setter '#{name}' has no implementation in "
"class '#{class}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding a body to '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
class Class {
set setter(_);
}
main() => new Class();
"""]);
static const MessageKind INHERIT_GETTER_AND_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"The class '#{class}' can't inherit both getters and methods "
"by the named '#{name}'.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const ["""
class A {
get member => null;
}
class B {
member() {}
}
class Class implements A, B {
}
main() => new Class();
"""]);
static const MessageKind INHERITED_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"The inherited method '#{name}' is declared here in class "
"'#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind INHERITED_EXPLICIT_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"The inherited getter '#{name}' is declared here in class "
"'#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind INHERITED_IMPLICIT_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"The inherited getter '#{name}' is implicitly declared by this "
"field in class '#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_METHOD_ONE = const MessageKind(
"'#{class}' doesn't implement '#{method}' "
"declared in '#{declarer}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an implementation of '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class I {
m();
}
class C implements I {}
main() => new C();
""", """
abstract class I {
m();
}
class C extends I {}
main() => new C();
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_METHOD = const MessageKind(
"'#{class}' doesn't implement '#{method}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an implementation of '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class I {
m();
}
abstract class J {
m();
}
class C implements I, J {}
main() {
new C();
}
""", """
abstract class I {
m();
}
abstract class J {
m();
}
class C extends I implements J {}
main() {
new C();
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_METHOD_CONT = const MessageKind(
"The method '#{name}' is declared here in class '#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_SETTER_ONE = const MessageKind(
"'#{class}' doesn't implement the setter '#{name}' "
"declared in '#{declarer}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an implementation of '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class I {
set m(_);
}
class C implements I {}
class D implements I {
set m(_) {}
}
main() {
new D().m = 0;
new C();
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"'#{class}' doesn't implement the setter '#{name}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an implementation of '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class I {
set m(_);
}
abstract class J {
set m(_);
}
class C implements I, J {}
main() => new C();
""", """
abstract class I {
set m(_);
}
abstract class J {
set m(_);
}
class C extends I implements J {}
main() => new C();
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_EXPLICIT_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"The setter '#{name}' is declared here in class '#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_IMPLICIT_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"The setter '#{name}' is implicitly declared by this field "
"in class '#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_GETTER_ONE = const MessageKind(
"'#{class}' doesn't implement the getter '#{name}' "
"declared in '#{declarer}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an implementation of '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class I {
get m;
}
class C implements I {}
main() => new C();
""", """
abstract class I {
get m;
}
class C extends I {}
main() => new C();
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"'#{class}' doesn't implement the getter '#{name}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding an implementation of '#{name}' or declaring "
"'#{class}' to be 'abstract'.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class I {
get m;
}
abstract class J {
get m;
}
class C implements I, J {}
main() => new C();
""", """
abstract class I {
get m;
}
abstract class J {
get m;
}
class C extends I implements J {}
main() => new C();
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_EXPLICIT_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"The getter '#{name}' is declared here in class '#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind UNIMPLEMENTED_IMPLICIT_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"The getter '#{name}' is implicitly declared by this field "
"in class '#{class}'.");
static const MessageKind EQUAL_MAP_ENTRY_KEY = const MessageKind(
"An entry with the same key already exists in the map.",
howToFix: "Try removing the previous entry or changing the key in one "
"of the entries.",
examples: const ["""
main() {
var m = const {'foo': 1, 'foo': 2};
}"""]);
static const MessageKind BAD_INPUT_CHARACTER = const MessageKind(
"Character U+#{characterHex} isn't allowed here.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const ["""
main() {
String x = รง;
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNTERMINATED_STRING = const MessageKind(
"String must end with #{quote}.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const ["""
main() {
return '
;
}
""",
"""
main() {
return \"
;
}
""",
"""
main() {
return r'
;
}
""",
"""
main() {
return r\"
;
}
""",
"""
main() => '''
""",
"""
main() => \"\"\"
""",
"""
main() => r'''
""",
"""
main() => r\"\"\"
"""]);
static const MessageKind UNMATCHED_TOKEN = const MessageKind(
"Can't find '#{end}' to match '#{begin}'.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const[
"main(",
"main(){",
"main(){]}",
]);
static const MessageKind UNTERMINATED_TOKEN = const MessageKind(
// This is a fall-back message that shouldn't happen.
"Incomplete token.");
static const MessageKind EXPONENT_MISSING = const MessageKind(
"Numbers in exponential notation should always contain an exponent"
" (an integer number with an optional sign).",
howToFix: "Make sure there is an exponent, and remove any whitespace "
"before it.",
examples: const ["""
main() {
var i = 1e;
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind HEX_DIGIT_EXPECTED = const MessageKind(
"A hex digit (0-9 or A-F) must follow '0x'.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX, // Seems obvious from the error message.
examples: const ["""
main() {
var i = 0x;
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind MALFORMED_STRING_LITERAL = const MessageKind(
r"A '$' has special meaning inside a string, and must be followed by an"
" identifier or an expression in curly braces ({}).",
howToFix: r"Try adding a backslash (\) to escape the '$'.",
examples: const [r"""
main() {
return '$';
}
""",
r'''
main() {
return "$";
}
''',
r"""
main() {
return '''$''';
}
""",
r'''
main() {
return """$""";
}
''']);
static const MessageKind UNTERMINATED_COMMENT = const MessageKind(
"Comment starting with '/*' must end with '*/'.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const [r"""
main() {
}
/*"""]);
static const MessageKind MISSING_TOKEN_BEFORE_THIS = const MessageKind(
"Expected '#{token}' before this.",
// Consider the second example below: the parser expects a ')' before
// 'y', but a ',' would also have worked. We don't have enough
// information to give a good suggestion.
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const [
"main() => true ? 1;",
"main() => foo(x: 1 y: 2);",
]);
static const MessageKind MISSING_TOKEN_AFTER_THIS = const MessageKind(
"Expected '#{token}' after this.",
// See [MISSING_TOKEN_BEFORE_THIS], we don't have enough information to
// give a good suggestion.
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX,
examples: const [
"main(x) {x}",
"""
class S1 {}
class S2 {}
class S3 {}
class A = S1 with S2, S3
main() => new A();
"""
]);
static const MessageKind CONSIDER_ANALYZE_ALL = const MessageKind(
"Could not find '#{main}'. Nothing will be analyzed.",
howToFix: "Try using '--analyze-all' to analyze everything.",
examples: const ['']);
static const MessageKind MISSING_MAIN = const MessageKind(
"Could not find '#{main}'.",
howToFix: "Try adding a method named '#{main}' to your program."
/* No example, test uses '--analyze-only' which will produce the above
* message [CONSIDER_ANALYZE_ALL]. An example for a human operator would
* be an empty file. */);
static const MessageKind MAIN_NOT_A_FUNCTION = const MessageKind(
"'#{main}' is not a function.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX, /* Don't state the obvious. */
examples: const ['var main;']);
static const MessageKind MAIN_WITH_EXTRA_PARAMETER = const MessageKind(
"'#{main}' cannot have more than two parameters.",
howToFix: DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX, /* Don't state the obvious. */
examples: const ['main(a, b, c) {}']);
static const MessageKind COMPILER_CRASHED = const MessageKind(
"The compiler crashed when compiling this element.");
static const MessageKind PLEASE_REPORT_THE_CRASH = const MessageKind('''
The compiler is broken.
When compiling the above element, the compiler crashed. It is not
possible to tell if this is caused by a problem in your program or
not. Regardless, the compiler should not crash.
The Dart team would greatly appreciate if you would take a moment to
report this problem at http://dartbug.com/new.
Please include the following information:
* the name and version of your operating system,
* the Dart SDK build number (#{buildId}), and
* the entire message you see here (including the full stack trace
below as well as the source location above).
''');
static const MessageKind POTENTIAL_MUTATION = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is not known to be of type "
"'#{shownType}' because it is potentially mutated in the scope for "
"promotion.");
static const MessageKind POTENTIAL_MUTATION_HERE = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is potentially mutated here.");
static const MessageKind POTENTIAL_MUTATION_IN_CLOSURE = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is not known to be of type "
"'#{shownType}' because it is potentially mutated within a closure.");
static const MessageKind POTENTIAL_MUTATION_IN_CLOSURE_HERE =
const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is potentially mutated in a "
"closure here.");
static const MessageKind ACCESSED_IN_CLOSURE = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is not known to be of type "
"'#{shownType}' because it is accessed by a closure in the scope for "
"promotion and potentially mutated in the scope of '#{variableName}'.");
static const MessageKind ACCESSED_IN_CLOSURE_HERE = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is accessed in a closure here.");
static const MessageKind NOT_MORE_SPECIFIC = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is not shown to have type "
"'#{shownType}' because '#{shownType}' is not more specific than the "
"known type '#{knownType}' of '#{variableName}'.");
static const MessageKind NOT_MORE_SPECIFIC_SUBTYPE = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is not shown to have type "
"'#{shownType}' because '#{shownType}' is not a subtype of the "
"known type '#{knownType}' of '#{variableName}'.");
static const MessageKind NOT_MORE_SPECIFIC_SUGGESTION = const MessageKind(
"Variable '#{variableName}' is not shown to have type "
"'#{shownType}' because '#{shownType}' is not more specific than the "
"known type '#{knownType}' of '#{variableName}'.",
howToFix: "Try replacing '#{shownType}' with '#{shownTypeSuggestion}'.");
static const MessageKind HIDDEN_WARNINGS_HINTS = const MessageKind(
"#{warnings} warning(s) and #{hints} hint(s) suppressed in #{uri}.");
static const MessageKind HIDDEN_WARNINGS = const MessageKind(
"#{warnings} warning(s) suppressed in #{uri}.");
static const MessageKind HIDDEN_HINTS = const MessageKind(
"#{hints} hint(s) suppressed in #{uri}.");
static const MessageKind PREAMBLE = const MessageKind(
"When run on the command-line, the compiled output might"
" require a preamble file located in:\n"
" <sdk>/lib/_internal/compiler/js_lib/preambles.");
static const MessageKind EXPERIMENTAL_ENUMS = const MessageKind(
"Experimental language feature 'enums' is not supported.",
howToFix: "Use option '--enable-enum' to use enum declarations.",
examples: const ["""
enum Enum { A, B, C }
main() => print(Enum.A);
"""]);
static const MessageKind EXPERIMENTAL_ASYNC_AWAIT = const MessageKind(
"Experimental language feature 'async/await' is not supported.");
static const MessageKind INVALID_STARRED_KEYWORD = const MessageKind(
"Invalid '#{keyword}' keyword.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try removing whitespace between '#{keyword}' and '*'.",
examples: const [
"main() async * {}",
"main() sync * {}",
"main() async* { yield * 0; }"
]);
static const MessageKind INVALID_SYNC_MODIFIER = const MessageKind(
"Invalid modifier 'sync'.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try replacing 'sync' with 'sync*'.",
examples: const [
"main() sync {}"
]);
static const MessageKind INVALID_AWAIT_FOR = const MessageKind(
"'await' is only supported on for-in loops.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try rewriting the loop as a for-in loop or removing the "
"'await' keyword.",
examples: const ["""
main() async* {
await for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {}
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind ASYNC_MODIFIER_ON_ABSTRACT_METHOD =
const MessageKind(
"The modifier '#{modifier}' is not allowed on an abstract method.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try removing the '#{modifier}' modifier or adding a "
"body to the method.",
examples: const ["""
abstract class A {
method() async;
}
class B extends A {
method() {}
}
main() {
A a = new B();
a.method();
}
"""]);
static const MessageKind ASYNC_MODIFIER_ON_CONSTRUCTOR =
const MessageKind(
"The modifier '#{modifier}' is not allowed on constructors.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try removing the '#{modifier}' modifier.",
examples: const ["""
class A {
A() async;
}
main() => new A();""",
"""
class A {
A();
factory A.a() async* => new A();
}
main() => new A.a();"""]);
static const MessageKind YIELDING_MODIFIER_ON_ARROW_BODY =
const MessageKind(
"The modifier '#{modifier}' is not allowed on methods implemented "
"using '=>'.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try removing the '#{modifier}' modifier or implementing "
"the method body using a block: '{ ... }'.",
examples: const ["main() sync* => null;", "main() async* => null;"]);
// TODO(johnniwinther): Check for 'async' as identifier.
static const MessageKind ASYNC_KEYWORD_AS_IDENTIFIER = const MessageKind(
"'#{keyword}' cannot be used as an identifier in a function body marked "
"with '#{modifier}'.",
options: const ['--enable-async'],
howToFix: "Try removing the '#{modifier}' modifier or renaming the "
"identifier.",
examples: const ["""
main() async {
var await;
}""",
"""
main() async* {
var yield;
}""",
"""
main() sync* {
var yield;
}"""]);
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Patch errors start.
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
static const MessageKind PATCH_RETURN_TYPE_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Patch return type '#{patchReturnType}' does not match "
"'#{originReturnType}' on origin method '#{methodName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_REQUIRED_PARAMETER_COUNT_MISMATCH =
const MessageKind(
"Required parameter count of patch method "
"(#{patchParameterCount}) does not match parameter count on origin "
"method '#{methodName}' (#{originParameterCount}).");
static const MessageKind PATCH_OPTIONAL_PARAMETER_COUNT_MISMATCH =
const MessageKind(
"Optional parameter count of patch method "
"(#{patchParameterCount}) does not match parameter count on origin "
"method '#{methodName}' (#{originParameterCount}).");
static const MessageKind PATCH_OPTIONAL_PARAMETER_NAMED_MISMATCH =
const MessageKind(
"Optional parameters of origin and patch method "
"'#{methodName}' must both be either named or positional.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_PARAMETER_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Patch method parameter '#{patchParameter}' does not match "
"'#{originParameter}' on origin method '#{methodName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_PARAMETER_TYPE_MISMATCH = const MessageKind(
"Patch method parameter '#{parameterName}' type "
"'#{patchParameterType}' does not match '#{originParameterType}' on "
"origin method '#{methodName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_EXTERNAL_WITHOUT_IMPLEMENTATION =
const MessageKind("External method without an implementation.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_POINT_TO_FUNCTION = const MessageKind(
"This is the function patch '#{functionName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_POINT_TO_CLASS = const MessageKind(
"This is the class patch '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_POINT_TO_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"This is the getter patch '#{getterName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_POINT_TO_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"This is the setter patch '#{setterName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_POINT_TO_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"This is the constructor patch '#{constructorName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_POINT_TO_PARAMETER = const MessageKind(
"This is the patch parameter '#{parameterName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_EXISTING = const MessageKind(
"Origin does not exist for patch '#{name}'.");
// TODO(ahe): Eventually, this error should be removed as it will be handled
// by the regular parser.
static const MessageKind PATCH_NONPATCHABLE = const MessageKind(
"Only classes and functions can be patched.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_EXTERNAL = const MessageKind(
"Only external functions can be patched.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_CLASS = const MessageKind(
"Patching non-class with class patch '#{className}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot patch non-getter '#{name}' with getter patch.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NO_GETTER = const MessageKind(
"No getter found for getter patch '#{getterName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"Cannot patch non-setter '#{name}' with setter patch.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NO_SETTER = const MessageKind(
"No setter found for setter patch '#{setterName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_CONSTRUCTOR = const MessageKind(
"Cannot patch non-constructor with constructor patch "
"'#{constructorName}'.");
static const MessageKind PATCH_NON_FUNCTION = const MessageKind(
"Cannot patch non-function with function patch "
"'#{functionName}'.");
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Patch errors end.
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
static const String IMPORT_EXPERIMENTAL_MIRRORS_PADDING = '\n* ';
static const MessageKind IMPORT_EXPERIMENTAL_MIRRORS =
const MessageKind(r'''
****************************************************************
* WARNING: dart:mirrors support in dart2js is experimental,
* and not recommended.
* This implementation of mirrors is incomplete,
* and often greatly increases the size of the generated
* JavaScript code.
*
* Your app imports dart:mirrors via:''''''
$IMPORT_EXPERIMENTAL_MIRRORS_PADDING#{importChain}
*
* Starting with Dart 1.9, you must use the
* --enable-experimental-mirrors command-line flag to opt-in.
* You can begin using this flag now if mirrors support is critical.
*
* To learn what to do next, please visit:
* http://dartlang.org/dart2js-reflection
****************************************************************
''');
static const MessageKind CALL_NOT_SUPPORTED_ON_NATIVE_CLASS =
const MessageKind(
"Non-supported 'call' member on a native class, or a "
"subclass of a native class.");
toString() => template;
Message message([Map arguments = const {}, bool terse = false]) {
return new Message(this, arguments, terse);
}
bool get hasHowToFix => howToFix != null && howToFix != DONT_KNOW_HOW_TO_FIX;
}
class Message {
final MessageKind kind;
final Map arguments;
final bool terse;
String message;
Message(this.kind, this.arguments, this.terse) {
assert(() { computeMessage(); return true; });
}
String computeMessage() {
if (message == null) {
message = kind.template;
arguments.forEach((key, value) {
message = message.replaceAll('#{${key}}', convertToString(value));
});
assert(invariant(
CURRENT_ELEMENT_SPANNABLE,
kind == MessageKind.GENERIC ||
!message.contains(new RegExp(r'#\{.+\}')),
message: 'Missing arguments in error message: "$message"'));
if (!terse && kind.hasHowToFix) {
String howToFix = kind.howToFix;
arguments.forEach((key, value) {
howToFix = howToFix.replaceAll('#{${key}}', convertToString(value));
});
message = '$message\n$howToFix';
}
}
return message;
}
String toString() {
return computeMessage();
}
bool operator==(other) {
if (other is !Message) return false;
return (kind == other.kind) && (toString() == other.toString());
}
int get hashCode => throw new UnsupportedError('Message.hashCode');
static String convertToString(value) {
if (value is ErrorToken) {
// Shouldn't happen.
return value.assertionMessage;
} else if (value is Token) {
value = value.value;
}
return '$value';
}
}