# Syntax Reference

SymbolServer.isinmanifestFunction
isinmanifest(context, package::Union{String,UUID})

Checks whether a package is in the manifest of a given context, e.g. is either directly loadable or is a dependency of an loadable package.

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SymbolServer.isinprojectFunction
isinproject(context, package::Union{String,UUID})

Checks whether a package is in the dependencies of a given context, e.g. is directly loadable.

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SymbolServer.load_package_from_cache_into_store!Function
load_package_from_cache_into_store!(ssp::SymbolServerInstance, uuid, store)

Tries to load the on-disc stored cache for a package (uuid). Attempts to generate (and save to disc) a new cache if the file does not exist or is unopenable.

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SymbolServer.maybe_fixup_stdlib_pathMethod
path = maybe_fixup_stdlib_path(path::String)

Return path corrected for julia issue #26314 if applicable. Otherwise, return the input path unchanged.

Due to the issue mentioned above, location info for methods defined one of Julia's standard libraries are, for non source Julia builds, given as absolute paths on the worker that built the julia executable. This function corrects such a path to instead refer to the local path on the users drive.

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SymbolServer.maybe_getfieldMethod
maybe_getfield(k::Symbol , m::ModuleStore, server)

Try to get k from m. This includes: unexported variables, and variables exported by modules used within m.

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SymbolServer.read_manifestMethod
read_manifest(manifest_filename)

Read the manifest from the path and return the UUID -> PackageEntry map. If the file can't be read, return nothing.

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SymbolServer.split_module_namesMethod
split_module_names(m::Module, allns)

Return two lists of names accessible from calling getfield(m, somename). The first contains those symbols returned byBase.names(m, all = true). The second contains all others, including imported symbols and those introduced by theusing` of modules.

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