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(* v * The Coq Proof Assistant / The Coq Development Team *)
(* <O___,, * INRIA - CNRS - LIX - LRI - PPS - Copyright 1999-2012 *)
(* \VV/ **************************************************************)
(* // * This file is distributed under the terms of the *)
(* * GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1 *)
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open Names
open Libnames
open Mod_subst
(** [Libobject] declares persistent objects, given with methods:
* a caching function specifying how to add the object in the current
scope;
If the object wishes to register its visibility in the Nametab,
it should do so for all possible suffixes.
* a loading function, specifying what to do when the module
containing the object is loaded;
If the object wishes to register its visibility in the Nametab,
it should do so for all suffixes no shorter than the "int" argument
* an opening function, specifying what to do when the module
containing the object is opened (imported);
If the object wishes to register its visibility in the Nametab,
it should do so for the suffix of the length the "int" argument
* a classification function, specifying what to do with the object,
when the current module (containing the object) is ended;
The possibilities are:
Dispose - the object dies at the end of the module
Substitute - meaning the object is substitutive and
the module name must be updated
Keep - the object is not substitutive, but survives module
closing
Anticipate - this is for objects that have to be explicitly
managed by the [end_module] function (like Require
and Read markers)
The classification function is also an occasion for a cleanup
(if this function returns Keep or Substitute of some object, the
cache method is never called for it)
* a substitution function, performing the substitution;
this function should be declared for substitutive objects
only (see above)
* a discharge function, that is applied at section closing time to
collect the data necessary to rebuild the discharged form of the
non volatile objects
* a rebuild function, that is applied after section closing to
rebuild the non volatile content of a section from the data
collected by the discharge function
*)
type 'a substitutivity =
Dispose | Substitute of 'a | Keep of 'a | Anticipate of 'a
type 'a object_declaration = {
object_name : string;
cache_function : object_name * 'a -> unit;
load_function : int -> object_name * 'a -> unit;
open_function : int -> object_name * 'a -> unit;
classify_function : 'a -> 'a substitutivity;
subst_function : substitution * 'a -> 'a;
discharge_function : object_name * 'a -> 'a option;
rebuild_function : 'a -> 'a }
(** The default object is a "Keep" object with empty methods.
Object creators are advised to use the construction
[{(default_object "MY_OBJECT") with
cache_function = ...
}]
and specify only these functions which are not empty/meaningless
*)
val default_object : string -> 'a object_declaration
(** the identity substitution function *)
val ident_subst_function : substitution * 'a -> 'a
(** {6 ... } *)
(** Given an object declaration, the function [declare_object_full]
will hand back two functions, the "injection" and "projection"
functions for dynamically typed library-objects. *)
type obj
val declare_object_full :
'a object_declaration -> ('a -> obj) * (obj -> 'a)
val declare_object :
'a object_declaration -> ('a -> obj)
val object_tag : obj -> string
val cache_object : object_name * obj -> unit
val load_object : int -> object_name * obj -> unit
val open_object : int -> object_name * obj -> unit
val subst_object : substitution * obj -> obj
val classify_object : obj -> obj substitutivity
val discharge_object : object_name * obj -> obj option
val rebuild_object : obj -> obj
val relax : bool -> unit
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