Unique id of this reflection.
The kind of this reflection.
The symbol name of this reflection.
Discriminator representing the type of reflection represented by this object.
The name of the anchor of this child. TODO: Reflections shouldn't know anchors exist. Move this to a serializer.
The parsed documentation comment attached to this reflection.
Is the url pointing to an individual document?
When FALSE, the url points to an anchor tag on a page of a different reflection. TODO: Reflections shouldn't know how they are rendered. Move this to the correct serializer.
The reflection this reflection is a child of.
The url of this reflection in the generated documentation. TODO: Reflections shouldn't know urls exist. Move this to a serializer.
Return a child by its name.
The found child or undefined.
Return the full name of this reflection. Intended for use in debugging. For log messages intended to be displayed to the user for them to fix, prefer getFriendlyFullName instead.
The full name contains the name of this reflection and the names of all parent reflections.
Separator used to join the names of the reflections.
The full name of this reflection.
Return whether this reflection is the root / project reflection.
Test whether this reflection is of the given kind.
Set a flag on this reflection.
Traverse most potential child reflections of this reflection.
Note: This may not necessarily traverse child reflections contained within the
of the reflection, and should not be relied on for this. Support for checking object types will likely be removed in v0.25.
The given callback will be invoked for all children, signatures and type parameters attached to this reflection.
The callback function that should be applied for each child reflection.
Generated using TypeDoc
Base class for all reflection classes.
While generating a documentation, TypeDoc generates an instance of ProjectReflection as the root for all reflections within the project. All other reflections are represented by the DeclarationReflection class.
This base class exposes the basic properties one may use to traverse the reflection tree. You can use the children and parent properties to walk the tree. The groups property contains a list of all children grouped and sorted for rendering.