Contains information about a call from one symbol to another. The symbol making the call is
stored in CallingSymbol and the symbol that the call was made to is stored in CalledSymbol.
Whether or not the call is direct or indirect is also stored. A direct call is a call that
does not go through any other symbols in the inheritance hierarchy of CalledSymbol, while an
indirect call does go through the inheritance hierarchy. For example, calls through a base
member that this symbol overrides, or through an interface member that this symbol
implements will be considered 'indirect'.
Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.Workspaces (in Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.Workspaces.dll) Version: 2.3.0-dev-56735-00. Commit Hash: <developer build>
public sealed class SymbolCallerInfo : ValueType
Public NotInheritable Class SymbolCallerInfo
The SymbolCallerInfo type exposes the following members.
The symbol being called.
The symbol that is calling the symbol being called.
True if the CallingSymbol is directly calling CalledSymbol. False if it is calling a
symbol in the inheritance hierarchy of the CalledSymbol. For example, if the called
symbol is a class method, then an indirect call might be through an interface method that
the class method implements.
The locations inside the calling symbol where the called symbol is referenced.