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-export([inspect/1, last/1, concat/1, safe_concat/1, format_error/1,
ensure_loaded/3, expand/2, store/5]).
inspect(Atom) when is_atom(Atom) ->
case elixir_config:static(bootstrap) of
true -> atom_to_binary(Atom, utf8);
false -> 'Elixir.Code.Identifier':inspect_as_atom(Atom)
%% Store an alias in the given scope
store(Meta, New, New, _TOpts, #{aliases := Aliases, macro_aliases := MacroAliases}) ->
{remove_alias(New, Aliases), remove_macro_alias(Meta, New, MacroAliases)};
store(Meta, New, Old, TOpts, #{aliases := Aliases, macro_aliases := MacroAliases} = E) ->
elixir_env:trace({alias, Meta, Old, New, TOpts}, E),
{store_alias(New, Old, Aliases), store_macro_alias(Meta, New, Old, MacroAliases)}.
store_alias(New, Old, Aliases) ->
lists:keystore(New, 1, Aliases, {New, Old}).
store_macro_alias(Meta, New, Old, Aliases) ->
case lists:keyfind(counter, 1, Meta) of
{counter, Counter} ->
lists:keystore(New, 1, Aliases, {New, {Counter, Old}});
false ->
remove_alias(Atom, Aliases) ->
lists:keydelete(Atom, 1, Aliases).
remove_macro_alias(Meta, Atom, Aliases) ->
case lists:keyfind(counter, 1, Meta) of
{counter, _Counter} ->
lists:keydelete(Atom, 1, Aliases);
false ->
%% Expand an alias. It returns an atom (meaning that there
%% was an expansion) or a list of atoms.
expand({'__aliases__', _Meta, ['Elixir' | _] = List}, _E) ->
expand({'__aliases__', Meta, _} = Alias, #{aliases := Aliases, macro_aliases := MacroAliases} = E) ->
case lists:keyfind(alias, 1, Meta) of
{alias, false} ->
expand(Alias, MacroAliases, E);
{alias, Atom} when is_atom(Atom) ->
false ->
expand(Alias, Aliases, E)
expand({'__aliases__', Meta, [H | T]}, Aliases, E) when is_atom(H) ->
Lookup = list_to_atom("Elixir." ++ atom_to_list(H)),
Counter = case lists:keyfind(counter, 1, Meta) of
{counter, C} -> C;
_ -> nil
case lookup(Lookup, Aliases, Counter) of
Lookup -> [H | T];
Atom ->
elixir_env:trace({alias_expansion, Meta, Lookup, Atom}, E),
case T of
[] -> Atom;
_ -> concat([Atom | T])
expand({'__aliases__', _Meta, List}, _Aliases, _E) ->
%% Ensure a module is loaded before its usage.
ensure_loaded(_Meta, 'Elixir.Kernel', _E) -> ok;
ensure_loaded(Meta, Module, E) ->
case code:ensure_loaded(Module) of
{module, Module} ->
_ ->
case wait_for_module(Module) of
found ->
Wait ->
Kind = case lists:member(Module, ?key(E, context_modules)) of
true ->
case ?key(E, module) of
Module -> circular_module;
_ -> scheduled_module
false when Wait == deadlock ->
false ->
elixir_errors:form_error(Meta, E, ?MODULE, {Kind, Module})
wait_for_module(Module) ->
case is_pid(erlang:get(elixir_compiler_pid)) of
true -> 'Elixir.Kernel.ErrorHandler':ensure_compiled(Module, module, hard);
false -> not_found
%% Receives an atom and returns the last bit as an alias.
last(Atom) ->
Last = last(lists:reverse(atom_to_list(Atom)), []),
list_to_atom("Elixir." ++ Last).
last([$. | _], Acc) -> Acc;
last([H | T], Acc) -> last(T, [H | Acc]);
last([], Acc) -> Acc.
%% Receives a list of atoms, binaries or lists
%% representing modules and concatenates them.
concat(Args) -> binary_to_atom(do_concat(Args), utf8).
safe_concat(Args) -> binary_to_existing_atom(do_concat(Args), utf8).
do_concat([H | T]) when is_atom(H), H /= nil ->
do_concat([atom_to_binary(H, utf8) | T]);
do_concat([<<"Elixir.", _/binary>>=H | T]) ->
do_concat(T, H);
do_concat([<<"Elixir">>=H | T]) ->
do_concat(T, H);
do_concat(T) ->
do_concat(T, <<"Elixir">>).
do_concat([nil | T], Acc) ->
do_concat(T, Acc);
do_concat([H | T], Acc) when is_atom(H) ->
do_concat(T, <<Acc/binary, $., (to_partial(atom_to_binary(H, utf8)))/binary>>);
do_concat([H | T], Acc) when is_binary(H) ->
do_concat(T, <<Acc/binary, $., (to_partial(H))/binary>>);
do_concat([], Acc) ->
to_partial(<<"Elixir.", Arg/binary>>) -> Arg;
to_partial(<<".", Arg/binary>>) -> Arg;
to_partial(Arg) when is_binary(Arg) -> Arg.
%% Lookup an alias in the current scope.
lookup(Else, Dict, Counter) ->
case lists:keyfind(Else, 1, Dict) of
{Else, {Counter, Value}} -> lookup(Value, Dict, Counter);
{Else, Value} when is_atom(Value) -> lookup(Value, Dict, Counter);
_ -> Else
%% Errors
format_error({unloaded_module, Module}) ->
io_lib:format("module ~ts is not loaded and could not be found", [inspect(Module)]);
format_error({deadlock_module, Module}) ->
io_lib:format("module ~ts is not loaded and could not be found. "
"This may be happening because the module you are trying to load "
"directly or indirectly depends on the current module",
format_error({scheduled_module, Module}) ->
"module ~ts is not loaded but was defined. This happens when you depend on "
"a module in the same context in which it is defined. For example:\n"
" defmodule MyApp do\n"
" defmodule Mod do\n"
" end\n"
" use Mod\n"
" end\n"
"Try defining the module outside the context that uses it:\n"
" defmodule MyApp.Mod do\n"
" end\n"
" defmodule MyApp do\n"
" use MyApp.Mod\n"
" end\n"
"If the module is defined at the top-level and you are trying to "
"use it at the top-level, this is not supported by Elixir",
format_error({circular_module, Module}) ->
"you are trying to use the module ~ts which is currently being defined.\n"
"This may happen if you accidentally override the module you want to use. For example:\n"
" defmodule MyApp do\n"
" defmodule Supervisor do\n"
" use Supervisor\n"
" end\n"
" end\n"
"In the example above, the new Supervisor conflicts with Elixir's Supervisor. "
"This may be fixed by using the fully qualified name in the definition:\n"
" defmodule MyApp.Supervisor do\n"
" use Supervisor\n"
" end\n",