Result of getting built status for a file.
Find out whether some files logically belong in one directory tree, for example as part of a VCS checkout.
Test whether a file can be considered to be built (up to date).
The query is used for finding encoding of files.
Determine whether files should be shared (for example in a VCS) or are intended to be unshared.
Find out Versioning System relevant information about a file.
Determine whether files should be hidden in views presented to the user.
These queries permit a module to ascertain limited kinds of information about files or other interesting artifacts, where the information is ultimately supplied by a possibly unrelated module, without mandating a direct dependency. The querier is insulated from needing to understand, much less rely on details of, the model used by the query implementation.
Although the queries are heavily used by project-related code, they may be both queried and implemented without any projects at all.
CollocationQuery checks whether files are
logically part of one directory tree and thus whether relative paths between
them would have any sense.
be used to see if a file that can be "built", currently needs to be.
SharabilityQuery checks whether a file is
intended to be important data kept in a version-control system.