Provided by: libextutils-xspp-perl_0.1800-2_all
ExtUtils::XSpp::Node::Argument - Node representing a method/function argument
An ExtUtils::XSpp::Node subclass representing a single function or method argument such as int foo = 0. which would translate to an "ExtUtils::XSpp::Node::Argument" which has its "type" set to "int", its "name" set to "foo" and its "default" set to 0..
new Creates a new "ExtUtils::XSpp::Node::Argument". Named parameters: "type" indicating the C++ argument type, "name" indicating the variable name, and optionally "default" indicating the default value of the argument. uses_length Returns true if the argument uses the XS length feature, false otherwise. implementation_name Returns the same as the "name" method unless the argument is of the "%length(something)" variant. In that case, "implementation_name" returns a munged version of the name that addresses the name mangling done by xsubpp: "XSauto_length_of_somthing". fix_name_in_code Given a code string, replaces any occurrances of the name of this "Argument" with its implementation name. If the implementation name is the same as the name, which is the most likely case, the code remains completely untouched. Returns the potentially modified code.
type Returns the type of the argument. name Returns the variable name of the argument variable. default Returns the default for the function parameter if any. has_default Returns whether there is a default for the function parameter. function Returns a reference to the containing function/method. index Returns the 0-based index of the argument in the argument list.