GraphDebugInfoOrBuilder

public interface GraphDebugInfoOrBuilder
Known Indirect Subclasses

Public Methods

abstract boolean
containsTraces (String key)
 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
abstract String
getFiles (int index)
 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
abstract com.google.protobuf.ByteString
getFilesBytes (int index)
 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
abstract int
getFilesCount ()
 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
abstract List<String>
getFilesList ()
 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
abstract Map<String, GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace >
abstract int
getTracesCount ()
 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
abstract Map<String, GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace >
getTracesMap ()
 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
abstract GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace
getTracesOrDefault (String key, GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace defaultValue)
 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
abstract GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace
getTracesOrThrow (String key)
 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.

Public Methods

public abstract boolean containsTraces (String key)

 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
 The map key is a mangling of the containing function and op name with
 syntax:
   op.name '@' func_name
 For ops in the top-level graph, the func_name is the empty string.
 Note that op names are restricted to a small number of characters which
 exclude '@', making it impossible to collide keys of this form. Function
 names accept a much wider set of characters.
 It would be preferable to avoid mangling and use a tuple key of (op.name,
 func_name), but this is not supported with protocol buffers.
 
map<string, .tensorflow.GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace> traces = 2;

public abstract String getFiles (int index)

 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
 
repeated string files = 1;

public abstract com.google.protobuf.ByteString getFilesBytes (int index)

 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
 
repeated string files = 1;

public abstract int getFilesCount ()

 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
 
repeated string files = 1;

public abstract List<String> getFilesList ()

 This stores all the source code file names and can be indexed by the
 `file_index`.
 
repeated string files = 1;

public abstract Map<String, GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace > getTraces ()

Use getTracesMap() instead.

public abstract int getTracesCount ()

 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
 The map key is a mangling of the containing function and op name with
 syntax:
   op.name '@' func_name
 For ops in the top-level graph, the func_name is the empty string.
 Note that op names are restricted to a small number of characters which
 exclude '@', making it impossible to collide keys of this form. Function
 names accept a much wider set of characters.
 It would be preferable to avoid mangling and use a tuple key of (op.name,
 func_name), but this is not supported with protocol buffers.
 
map<string, .tensorflow.GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace> traces = 2;

public abstract Map<String, GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace > getTracesMap ()

 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
 The map key is a mangling of the containing function and op name with
 syntax:
   op.name '@' func_name
 For ops in the top-level graph, the func_name is the empty string.
 Note that op names are restricted to a small number of characters which
 exclude '@', making it impossible to collide keys of this form. Function
 names accept a much wider set of characters.
 It would be preferable to avoid mangling and use a tuple key of (op.name,
 func_name), but this is not supported with protocol buffers.
 
map<string, .tensorflow.GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace> traces = 2;

public abstract GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace getTracesOrDefault (String key, GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace defaultValue)

 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
 The map key is a mangling of the containing function and op name with
 syntax:
   op.name '@' func_name
 For ops in the top-level graph, the func_name is the empty string.
 Note that op names are restricted to a small number of characters which
 exclude '@', making it impossible to collide keys of this form. Function
 names accept a much wider set of characters.
 It would be preferable to avoid mangling and use a tuple key of (op.name,
 func_name), but this is not supported with protocol buffers.
 
map<string, .tensorflow.GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace> traces = 2;

public abstract GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace getTracesOrThrow (String key)

 This maps a node name to a stack trace in the source code.
 The map key is a mangling of the containing function and op name with
 syntax:
   op.name '@' func_name
 For ops in the top-level graph, the func_name is the empty string.
 Note that op names are restricted to a small number of characters which
 exclude '@', making it impossible to collide keys of this form. Function
 names accept a much wider set of characters.
 It would be preferable to avoid mangling and use a tuple key of (op.name,
 func_name), but this is not supported with protocol buffers.
 
map<string, .tensorflow.GraphDebugInfo.StackTrace> traces = 2;