Returns the type of a node as a String object. The type is stored in the "nodeType" attribute of n.
Returns the parent of a node. This is found in the "parentNode" attribute of n.
Returns the previous sibling of a node (if any). This is found in the "previousSibling" attribute of n.
Returns the next sibling of a node (if any). This is found in the "nextSibling" attribute of n.
Returns the first child of a node (if any). This is found in the "firstChild" attribute of n.
Returns the last child of a node (if any). This is found in the "lastChild" attribute of n.
Sets the nodeType attribute of n. val is a string containing the type.
Sets the parent of node n.
Sets the previous sibling of node n.
Sets the next sibling of node n.
Sets the first child of node n.
Sets the last child of node n.
void appendChild(Node *node, Node *child)
Adds a new child to node. This function takes care of adjusting the "firstChild" and "lastChild" attributes of node to appropriate values. After calling this function, the "lastChild" attribute will point to child.
void prependChild(Node *node, Node *child)
Prepends a new child to node. The new child is added so that it becomes the first child of node.
void removeNode(Node *node)
Removes a node from the parse tree. The removal process detaches a node from its parent by removing it from the parent's child list. Upon return, node will have no parent and no siblings. This function does NOT delete node or modify children of node. If desired, node could be reattached to a different part of the parse tree.
Node *copyNode(Node *node)
Copies a node, but only copies those attributes that are simple strings. Thus, the new node will not contain any references to other nodes, lists, hashes, or other complex data structures. This function may be useful if you want to copy the data contents of a node in the process of creating a new parse tree node.
int checkAttribute(Node *n, const String_or_char *name, const String_or_char *value)
This function checks to see whether node n has a given attribute name and that the attribute has a given value. Returns 0 or 1.
void Swig_save(const char *namespace, Node *n, ...)
This function takes a node and a list of attribute names and saves their contents in a specified namespace. For example, the callSwig_save("temp",n,"type","parms","name",NIL)takes the attributes "type","parms", and "name" and saves their contents under the attribute names "temp:type","temp:parms","temp:name". In addition, this function sets an attribute "view" to hold the name of the current namespace. In this example, the "view" attribute would be set to "temp". The attribute names specified are all optional. If one or more of the attributes don't exist, this function merely records that those attributes did not exist in the original node.
void Swig_require(const char *namespace, Node *n, ...)
This function is similar to Swig_save() except that it performs additional attribute checking. There are different interpretations of the attribute names. A name of "attr" merely requests that the function check for the presence of an attribute. If the attribute is missing, SWIG will exit with a fatal error. An attribute name of "?attr" specifies that the attribute "attr" is optional and that its old value must be saved (if any). An attribute name of "*attr" specifies that the attribute is required and that its value must be saved. The saving of attributes is performed in the same manner as with Swig_save(). Here is an example:Swig_require("temp",n,"type","*name","?parms",NIL);
void Swig_restore(Node *n)
This function restores a node to the state it was in prior to the last Swig_save() or Swig_require() call. This is used to undo node transformations.
The following functions can be used to help debug any SWIG DOH object.void Swig_print(DOH *object, int count = -1)
Prints to stdout a string representation of any DOH type. The number of nested Hash types to expand is set by count (default is 1 if count<0). See Swig_set_max_hash_expand() to change default.void Swig_print_with_location(DOH *object, int count = -1)
Prints to stdout a string representation of any DOH type, within  brackets for Hash and List types, prefixed by line and file information. The number of nested Hash types to expand is set by count (default is 1 if count<0). See Swig_set_max_hash_expand() to change default.
The following functions can be used to help debug SWIG parse trees.
void Swig_print_tags(Node *node, String_or_char *prefix)
Prints the tag-structure of the parse tree to standard output. node is the top-level parse tree node. prefix is a string prefix that's added to the start of each line. Normally, you would specify the empty string or NIL for prefix. This function is called by the -debug-tags option to SWIG.% swig -debug-tags -python example.i . top (:1) . top . include (/Users/beazley/Projects/share/swig/1.3.31/swig.swg:0) . top . include . include (/Users/beazley/Projects/share/swig/1.3.31/swigwarnings.swg:0) . top . include . include . include (/Users/beazley/Projects/share/swig/1.3.31/swigwarn.swg:0) ... ... . top . include (example.i:0) . top . include . module (example.i:2) . top . include . insert (example.i:7) . top . include . cdecl (example.i:5) . top . include . cdecl (example.i:6)Since many language modules include hundreds of typemaps and other information, the output of this can be significantly more complicated than you might expect.
void Swig_print_node(Node *node)
Prints the contents of a parse tree node, including all children, to standard output. The output includes all attributes and other details.
void Swig_print_tree(Node *node)
Prints the same output as Swig_print_node() except that it also processes all of the siblings of node. This can be used to dump the entire parse tree to standard output. The command line options -debug-module and -debug-top use this function to display the parse tree for a SWIG input file.