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[clangd] don't rename if the triggering loc is not actually being renamed.

Authored by hokein on May 3 2021, 11:47 PM.

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hokein created this revision.May 3 2021, 11:47 PM
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sammccall accepted this revision.Tue, Jun 1, 8:32 AM
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I don't know what a user would make of this message :-)
It's useful for debugging the implementation, but all we're saying is that we generated a list of edits and then our sanity check failed.

This case occurs when the user selected some code that resolved to a renamable node, but wasn't actually the name of it.
It's basically the same as trying to rename foo with void foo() {^}, which fails with NoSymbolFound.

So I think we should either return NoSymbolFound here or at least use the same error message.


nit: robust check -> robustness check

"to avoid surprising results if the triggering location *is not actually the name of the node we identified* (e.g. for broken code)."
rather than just repeating "is not renamed"


this seems like a weird lever to have to use, and will make it awkward if we want to test behavior in the presence of recovery AST.

Haha, I remember now, I had a fix to generate recovery initializers in more cases which probably made tests harder to right.

That code only works if the field can be resolved though. Maybe try A() : inva^lid(0) {} ?

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Tue, Jun 1, 8:32 AM
hokein updated this revision to Diff 351408.Fri, Jun 11, 4:49 AM

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