NodeDef.ExperimentalDebugInfoOrBuilder

public static interface NodeDef.ExperimentalDebugInfoOrBuilder
Known Indirect Subclasses

Public Methods

abstract String
getOriginalFuncNames (int index)
 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived.
abstract com.google.protobuf.ByteString
getOriginalFuncNamesBytes (int index)
 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived.
abstract int
getOriginalFuncNamesCount ()
 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived.
abstract List<String>
getOriginalFuncNamesList ()
 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived.
abstract String
getOriginalNodeNames (int index)
 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
abstract com.google.protobuf.ByteString
getOriginalNodeNamesBytes (int index)
 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
abstract int
getOriginalNodeNamesCount ()
 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
abstract List<String>
getOriginalNodeNamesList ()
 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.

Public Methods

public abstract String getOriginalFuncNames (int index)

 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of node A in function FA and node B in function
 FB, then `original_funcs` would be {FA, FB}. If the node is in the top
 level graph, the `original_func` is empty. This information, with the
 `original_node_names` can be used to map errors originating at the
 current ndoe to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_func_names = 2;

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

 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of node A in function FA and node B in function
 FB, then `original_funcs` would be {FA, FB}. If the node is in the top
 level graph, the `original_func` is empty. This information, with the
 `original_node_names` can be used to map errors originating at the
 current ndoe to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_func_names = 2;

public abstract int getOriginalFuncNamesCount ()

 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of node A in function FA and node B in function
 FB, then `original_funcs` would be {FA, FB}. If the node is in the top
 level graph, the `original_func` is empty. This information, with the
 `original_node_names` can be used to map errors originating at the
 current ndoe to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_func_names = 2;

public abstract List<String> getOriginalFuncNamesList ()

 This is intended to store the list of names of the functions from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of node A in function FA and node B in function
 FB, then `original_funcs` would be {FA, FB}. If the node is in the top
 level graph, the `original_func` is empty. This information, with the
 `original_node_names` can be used to map errors originating at the
 current ndoe to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_func_names = 2;

public abstract String getOriginalNodeNames (int index)

 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
 This is intended to store the list of names of the nodes from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of 2 nodes A and B, then 'original_node' would
 be {A, B}. This information can be used to map errors originating at the
 current node to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_node_names = 1;

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

 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
 This is intended to store the list of names of the nodes from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of 2 nodes A and B, then 'original_node' would
 be {A, B}. This information can be used to map errors originating at the
 current node to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_node_names = 1;

public abstract int getOriginalNodeNamesCount ()

 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
 This is intended to store the list of names of the nodes from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of 2 nodes A and B, then 'original_node' would
 be {A, B}. This information can be used to map errors originating at the
 current node to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_node_names = 1;

public abstract List<String> getOriginalNodeNamesList ()

 Opaque string inserted into error messages created by the runtime.
 This is intended to store the list of names of the nodes from the
 original graph that this node was derived. For example if this node, say
 C, was result of a fusion of 2 nodes A and B, then 'original_node' would
 be {A, B}. This information can be used to map errors originating at the
 current node to some top level source code.
 
repeated string original_node_names = 1;