Represents a type that refers to another reflection like a class, interface or enum.
let value: MyClass<T>;
The name of the referenced type.
If the symbol cannot be found because it's not part of the documentation this can be used to represent the type.
If set, will prefer reflections with ReflectionKinds which represent values rather than those which represent types.
The fully qualified name of the referenced type, relative to the file it is defined in.
This will usually be the same as
name, unless namespaces are used.
If set, no warnings about something not being exported should be created
since this may be referring to a type created with
infer X which will not
be registered on the project.
The type name identifier.
If this reference type refers to a reflection defined by a project not being rendered, points to the url that this type should be linked to.
The package that this type is referencing.
The type arguments of this reference.
Implementation method for
needsParenthesis will be used to determine if
the returned string should be wrapped in parenthesis.
Checks if this type is a reference type because it uses a name, but is intentionally not pointing to a reflection. This happens for type parameters and when representing a mapped type.
Convert this reference type to a declaration reference used for resolution of external types.
Return a string representation of this type.
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