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Available since 1.3
  • (type-reflect typeref & options)
Alpha - subject to change.
 Reflect on a typeref, returning a map with :bases, :flags, and
:members. In the discussion below, names are always Clojure symbols.
  :bases            a set of names of the type's bases
 :flags            a set of keywords naming the boolean attributes
                   of the type.
 :members          a set of the type's members. Each membrer is a map
                   and can be a constructor, method, or field.
  Keys common to all members:
 :name             name of the type 
 :declaring-class  name of the declarer
 :flags            keyword naming boolean attributes of the member
  Keys specific to constructors:
 :parameter-types  vector of parameter type names
 :exception-types  vector of exception type names
  Key specific to methods:
 :parameter-types  vector of parameter type names
 :exception-types  vector of exception type names
 :return-type      return type name
  Keys specific to fields:
 :type             type name
  Options:
    :ancestors     in addition to the keys described above, also
                  include an :ancestors key with the entire set of
                  ancestors, and add all ancestor members to
                  :members.
   :reflector     implementation to use. Defaults to JavaReflector,
                  AsmReflector is also an option.