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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- |
-- Module : Distribution.Simple.PreProcess
-- Copyright : (c) 2003-2005, Isaac Jones, Malcolm Wallace
--
-- Maintainer : cabal-devel@haskell.org
-- Portability : portable
--
-- This defines a 'PreProcessor' abstraction which represents a pre-processor
-- that can transform one kind of file into another. There is also a
-- 'PPSuffixHandler' which is a combination of a file extension and a function
-- for configuring a 'PreProcessor'. It defines a bunch of known built-in
-- preprocessors like @cpp@, @cpphs@, @c2hs@, @hsc2hs@, @happy@, @alex@ etc and
-- lists them in 'knownSuffixHandlers'. On top of this it provides a function
-- for actually preprocessing some sources given a bunch of known suffix
-- handlers. This module is not as good as it could be, it could really do with
-- a rewrite to address some of the problems we have with pre-processors.
{- Copyright (c) 2003-2005, Isaac Jones, Malcolm Wallace
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module Distribution.Simple.PreProcess (preprocessComponent, knownSuffixHandlers,
ppSuffixes, PPSuffixHandler, PreProcessor(..),
mkSimplePreProcessor, runSimplePreProcessor,
ppCpp, ppCpp', ppGreenCard, ppC2hs, ppHsc2hs,
ppHappy, ppAlex, ppUnlit, platformDefines
)
where
import Control.Monad
import Distribution.Simple.PreProcess.Unlit (unlit)
import Distribution.Package
( Package(..), PackageName(..) )
import qualified Distribution.ModuleName as ModuleName
import Distribution.PackageDescription as PD
( PackageDescription(..), BuildInfo(..)
, Executable(..)
, Library(..), libModules
, TestSuite(..), testModules
, TestSuiteInterface(..)
, Benchmark(..), benchmarkModules, BenchmarkInterface(..) )
import qualified Distribution.InstalledPackageInfo as Installed
( InstalledPackageInfo_(..) )
import qualified Distribution.Simple.PackageIndex as PackageIndex
import Distribution.Simple.CCompiler
( cSourceExtensions )
import Distribution.Simple.Compiler
( CompilerFlavor(..), compilerFlavor, compilerVersion )
import Distribution.Simple.LocalBuildInfo
( LocalBuildInfo(..), Component(..) )
import Distribution.Simple.BuildPaths (autogenModulesDir,cppHeaderName)
import Distribution.Simple.Utils
( createDirectoryIfMissingVerbose, withUTF8FileContents, writeUTF8File
, die, setupMessage, intercalate, copyFileVerbose, moreRecentFile
, findFileWithExtension, findFileWithExtension' )
import Distribution.Simple.Program
( Program(..), ConfiguredProgram(..), programPath
, lookupProgram, requireProgram, requireProgramVersion
, rawSystemProgramConf, rawSystemProgram
, greencardProgram, cpphsProgram, hsc2hsProgram, c2hsProgram
, happyProgram, alexProgram, haddockProgram, ghcProgram, gccProgram )
import Distribution.Simple.Test ( writeSimpleTestStub, stubFilePath, stubName )
import Distribution.System
( OS(..), buildOS, Arch(..), Platform(..) )
import Distribution.Text
import Distribution.Version
( Version(..), anyVersion, orLaterVersion )
import Distribution.Verbosity
import Data.Maybe (fromMaybe)
import Data.List (nub)
import System.Directory (doesFileExist)
import System.Info (os, arch)
import System.FilePath (splitExtension, dropExtensions, (</>), (<.>),
takeDirectory, normalise, replaceExtension)
-- |The interface to a preprocessor, which may be implemented using an
-- external program, but need not be. The arguments are the name of
-- the input file, the name of the output file and a verbosity level.
-- Here is a simple example that merely prepends a comment to the given
-- source file:
--
-- > ppTestHandler :: PreProcessor
-- > ppTestHandler =
-- > PreProcessor {
-- > platformIndependent = True,
-- > runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile verbosity ->
-- > do info verbosity (inFile++" has been preprocessed to "++outFile)
-- > stuff <- readFile inFile
-- > writeFile outFile ("-- preprocessed as a test\n\n" ++ stuff)
-- > return ExitSuccess
--
-- We split the input and output file names into a base directory and the
-- rest of the file name. The input base dir is the path in the list of search
-- dirs that this file was found in. The output base dir is the build dir where
-- all the generated source files are put.
--
-- The reason for splitting it up this way is that some pre-processors don't
-- simply generate one output .hs file from one input file but have
-- dependencies on other genereated files (notably c2hs, where building one
-- .hs file may require reading other .chi files, and then compiling the .hs
-- file may require reading a generated .h file). In these cases the generated
-- files need to embed relative path names to each other (eg the generated .hs
-- file mentions the .h file in the FFI imports). This path must be relative to
-- the base directory where the genereated files are located, it cannot be
-- relative to the top level of the build tree because the compilers do not
-- look for .h files relative to there, ie we do not use \"-I .\", instead we
-- use \"-I dist\/build\" (or whatever dist dir has been set by the user)
--
-- Most pre-processors do not care of course, so mkSimplePreProcessor and
-- runSimplePreProcessor functions handle the simple case.
--
data PreProcessor = PreProcessor {
-- Is the output of the pre-processor platform independent? eg happy output
-- is portable haskell but c2hs's output is platform dependent.
-- This matters since only platform independent generated code can be
-- inlcuded into a source tarball.
platformIndependent :: Bool,
-- TODO: deal with pre-processors that have implementaion dependent output
-- eg alex and happy have --ghc flags. However we can't really inlcude
-- ghc-specific code into supposedly portable source tarballs.
runPreProcessor :: (FilePath, FilePath) -- Location of the source file relative to a base dir
-> (FilePath, FilePath) -- Output file name, relative to an output base dir
-> Verbosity -- verbosity
-> IO () -- Should exit if the preprocessor fails
}
mkSimplePreProcessor :: (FilePath -> FilePath -> Verbosity -> IO ())
-> (FilePath, FilePath)
-> (FilePath, FilePath) -> Verbosity -> IO ()
mkSimplePreProcessor simplePP
(inBaseDir, inRelativeFile)
(outBaseDir, outRelativeFile) verbosity = simplePP inFile outFile verbosity
where inFile = normalise (inBaseDir </> inRelativeFile)
outFile = normalise (outBaseDir </> outRelativeFile)
runSimplePreProcessor :: PreProcessor -> FilePath -> FilePath -> Verbosity
-> IO ()
runSimplePreProcessor pp inFile outFile verbosity =
runPreProcessor pp (".", inFile) (".", outFile) verbosity
-- |A preprocessor for turning non-Haskell files with the given extension
-- into plain Haskell source files.
type PPSuffixHandler
= (String, BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor)
-- | Apply preprocessors to the sources from 'hsSourceDirs' for a given
-- component (lib, exe, or test suite).
preprocessComponent :: PackageDescription
-> Component
-> LocalBuildInfo
-> Bool
-> Verbosity
-> [PPSuffixHandler]
-> IO ()
preprocessComponent pd comp lbi isSrcDist verbosity handlers = case comp of
(CLib lib@Library{ libBuildInfo = bi }) -> do
let dirs = hsSourceDirs bi ++ [autogenModulesDir lbi]
setupMessage verbosity "Preprocessing library" (packageId pd)
forM_ (map ModuleName.toFilePath $ libModules lib) $
pre dirs (buildDir lbi) (localHandlers bi)
(CExe exe@Executable { buildInfo = bi, exeName = nm }) -> do
let exeDir = buildDir lbi </> nm </> nm ++ "-tmp"
dirs = hsSourceDirs bi ++ [autogenModulesDir lbi]
setupMessage verbosity ("Preprocessing executable '" ++ nm ++ "' for") (packageId pd)
forM_ (map ModuleName.toFilePath $ otherModules bi) $
pre dirs exeDir (localHandlers bi)
pre (hsSourceDirs bi) exeDir (localHandlers bi) $
dropExtensions (modulePath exe)
CTest test@TestSuite{ testName = nm } -> do
setupMessage verbosity ("Preprocessing test suite '" ++ nm ++ "' for") (packageId pd)
case testInterface test of
TestSuiteExeV10 _ f ->
preProcessTest test f $ buildDir lbi </> testName test
</> testName test ++ "-tmp"
TestSuiteLibV09 _ _ -> do
let testDir = buildDir lbi </> stubName test
</> stubName test ++ "-tmp"
writeSimpleTestStub test testDir
preProcessTest test (stubFilePath test) testDir
TestSuiteUnsupported tt -> die $ "No support for preprocessing test "
++ "suite type " ++ display tt
CBench bm@Benchmark{ benchmarkName = nm } -> do
setupMessage verbosity ("Preprocessing benchmark '" ++ nm ++ "' for") (packageId pd)
case benchmarkInterface bm of
BenchmarkExeV10 _ f ->
preProcessBench bm f $ buildDir lbi </> benchmarkName bm
</> benchmarkName bm ++ "-tmp"
BenchmarkUnsupported tt -> die $ "No support for preprocessing benchmark "
++ "type " ++ display tt
where
builtinHaskellSuffixes
| NHC == compilerFlavor (compiler lbi) = ["hs", "lhs", "gc"]
| otherwise = ["hs", "lhs"]
builtinCSuffixes = cSourceExtensions
builtinSuffixes = builtinHaskellSuffixes ++ builtinCSuffixes
localHandlers bi = [(ext, h bi lbi) | (ext, h) <- handlers]
pre dirs dir lhndlrs fp =
preprocessFile dirs dir isSrcDist fp verbosity builtinSuffixes lhndlrs
preProcessTest test = preProcessComponent (testBuildInfo test)
(testModules test)
preProcessBench bm = preProcessComponent (benchmarkBuildInfo bm)
(benchmarkModules bm)
preProcessComponent bi modules exePath dir = do
let biHandlers = localHandlers bi
sourceDirs = hsSourceDirs bi ++ [ autogenModulesDir lbi ]
sequence_ [ preprocessFile sourceDirs dir isSrcDist
(ModuleName.toFilePath modu) verbosity builtinSuffixes
biHandlers
| modu <- modules ]
preprocessFile (dir : (hsSourceDirs bi)) dir isSrcDist
(dropExtensions $ exePath) verbosity
builtinSuffixes biHandlers
--TODO: try to list all the modules that could not be found
-- not just the first one. It's annoying and slow due to the need
-- to reconfigure after editing the .cabal file each time.
-- |Find the first extension of the file that exists, and preprocess it
-- if required.
preprocessFile
:: [FilePath] -- ^source directories
-> FilePath -- ^build directory
-> Bool -- ^preprocess for sdist
-> FilePath -- ^module file name
-> Verbosity -- ^verbosity
-> [String] -- ^builtin suffixes
-> [(String, PreProcessor)] -- ^possible preprocessors
-> IO ()
preprocessFile searchLoc buildLoc forSDist baseFile verbosity builtinSuffixes handlers = do
-- look for files in the various source dirs with this module name
-- and a file extension of a known preprocessor
psrcFiles <- findFileWithExtension' (map fst handlers) searchLoc baseFile
case psrcFiles of
-- no preprocessor file exists, look for an ordinary source file
-- just to make sure one actually exists at all for this module.
-- Note: by looking in the target/output build dir too, we allow
-- source files to appear magically in the target build dir without
-- any corresponding "real" source file. This lets custom Setup.hs
-- files generate source modules directly into the build dir without
-- the rest of the build system being aware of it (somewhat dodgy)
Nothing -> do
bsrcFiles <- findFileWithExtension builtinSuffixes (buildLoc : searchLoc) baseFile
case bsrcFiles of
Nothing -> die $ "can't find source for " ++ baseFile
++ " in " ++ intercalate ", " searchLoc
_ -> return ()
-- found a pre-processable file in one of the source dirs
Just (psrcLoc, psrcRelFile) -> do
let (srcStem, ext) = splitExtension psrcRelFile
psrcFile = psrcLoc </> psrcRelFile
pp = fromMaybe (error "Internal error in preProcess module: Just expected")
(lookup (tailNotNull ext) handlers)
-- Preprocessing files for 'sdist' is different from preprocessing
-- for 'build'. When preprocessing for sdist we preprocess to
-- avoid that the user has to have the preprocessors available.
-- ATM, we don't have a way to specify which files are to be
-- preprocessed and which not, so for sdist we only process
-- platform independent files and put them into the 'buildLoc'
-- (which we assume is set to the temp. directory that will become
-- the tarball).
--TODO: eliminate sdist variant, just supply different handlers
when (not forSDist || forSDist && platformIndependent pp) $ do
-- look for existing pre-processed source file in the dest dir to
-- see if we really have to re-run the preprocessor.
ppsrcFiles <- findFileWithExtension builtinSuffixes [buildLoc] baseFile
recomp <- case ppsrcFiles of
Nothing -> return True
Just ppsrcFile ->
psrcFile `moreRecentFile` ppsrcFile
when recomp $ do
let destDir = buildLoc </> dirName srcStem
createDirectoryIfMissingVerbose verbosity True destDir
runPreProcessorWithHsBootHack pp
(psrcLoc, psrcRelFile)
(buildLoc, srcStem <.> "hs")
where
dirName = takeDirectory
tailNotNull [] = []
tailNotNull x = tail x
-- FIXME: This is a somewhat nasty hack. GHC requires that hs-boot files
-- be in the same place as the hs files, so if we put the hs file in dist/
-- then we need to copy the hs-boot file there too. This should probably be
-- done another way. Possibly we should also be looking for .lhs-boot
-- files, but I think that preprocessors only produce .hs files.
runPreProcessorWithHsBootHack pp
(inBaseDir, inRelativeFile)
(outBaseDir, outRelativeFile) = do
runPreProcessor pp
(inBaseDir, inRelativeFile)
(outBaseDir, outRelativeFile) verbosity
exists <- doesFileExist inBoot
when exists $ copyFileVerbose verbosity inBoot outBoot
where
inBoot = replaceExtension inFile "hs-boot"
outBoot = replaceExtension outFile "hs-boot"
inFile = normalise (inBaseDir </> inRelativeFile)
outFile = normalise (outBaseDir </> outRelativeFile)
-- ------------------------------------------------------------
-- * known preprocessors
-- ------------------------------------------------------------
ppGreenCard :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppGreenCard _ lbi
= PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = False,
runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile verbosity ->
rawSystemProgramConf verbosity greencardProgram (withPrograms lbi)
(["-tffi", "-o" ++ outFile, inFile])
}
-- This one is useful for preprocessors that can't handle literate source.
-- We also need a way to chain preprocessors.
ppUnlit :: PreProcessor
ppUnlit =
PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = True,
runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile _verbosity ->
withUTF8FileContents inFile $ \contents ->
either (writeUTF8File outFile) die (unlit inFile contents)
}
ppCpp :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppCpp = ppCpp' []
ppCpp' :: [String] -> BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppCpp' extraArgs bi lbi =
case compilerFlavor (compiler lbi) of
GHC -> ppGhcCpp (cppArgs ++ extraArgs) bi lbi
_ -> ppCpphs (cppArgs ++ extraArgs) bi lbi
where cppArgs = getCppOptions bi lbi
ppGhcCpp :: [String] -> BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppGhcCpp extraArgs _bi lbi =
PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = False,
runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile verbosity -> do
(ghcProg, ghcVersion, _) <- requireProgramVersion verbosity
ghcProgram anyVersion (withPrograms lbi)
rawSystemProgram verbosity ghcProg $
["-E", "-cpp"]
-- This is a bit of an ugly hack. We're going to
-- unlit the file ourselves later on if appropriate,
-- so we need GHC not to unlit it now or it'll get
-- double-unlitted. In the future we might switch to
-- using cpphs --unlit instead.
++ (if ghcVersion >= Version [6,6] [] then ["-x", "hs"] else [])
++ (if use_optP_P lbi then ["-optP-P"] else [])
++ [ "-optP-include", "-optP"++ (autogenModulesDir lbi </> cppHeaderName) ]
++ ["-o", outFile, inFile]
++ extraArgs
}
ppCpphs :: [String] -> BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppCpphs extraArgs _bi lbi =
PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = False,
runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile verbosity -> do
(cpphsProg, cpphsVersion, _) <- requireProgramVersion verbosity
cpphsProgram anyVersion (withPrograms lbi)
rawSystemProgram verbosity cpphsProg $
("-O" ++ outFile) : inFile
: "--noline" : "--strip"
: (if cpphsVersion >= Version [1,6] []
then ["--include="++ (autogenModulesDir lbi </> cppHeaderName)]
else [])
++ extraArgs
}
-- Haddock versions before 0.8 choke on #line and #file pragmas. Those
-- pragmas are necessary for correct links when we preprocess. So use
-- -optP-P only if the Haddock version is prior to 0.8.
use_optP_P :: LocalBuildInfo -> Bool
use_optP_P lbi
= case lookupProgram haddockProgram (withPrograms lbi) of
Just (ConfiguredProgram { programVersion = Just version })
| version >= Version [0,8] [] -> False
_ -> True
ppHsc2hs :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppHsc2hs bi lbi =
PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = False,
runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile verbosity -> do
(gccProg, _) <- requireProgram verbosity gccProgram (withPrograms lbi)
rawSystemProgramConf verbosity hsc2hsProgram (withPrograms lbi) $
[ "--cc=" ++ programPath gccProg
, "--ld=" ++ programPath gccProg ]
-- Additional gcc options
++ [ "--cflag=" ++ opt | opt <- programDefaultArgs gccProg
++ programOverrideArgs gccProg ]
++ [ "--lflag=" ++ opt | opt <- programDefaultArgs gccProg
++ programOverrideArgs gccProg ]
-- OSX frameworks:
++ [ what ++ "=-F" ++ opt
| isOSX
, opt <- nub (concatMap Installed.frameworkDirs pkgs)
, what <- ["--cflag", "--lflag"] ]
++ [ "--lflag=" ++ arg
| isOSX
, opt <- PD.frameworks bi ++ concatMap Installed.frameworks pkgs
, arg <- ["-framework", opt] ]
-- Note that on ELF systems, wherever we use -L, we must also use -R
-- because presumably that -L dir is not on the normal path for the
-- system's dynamic linker. This is needed because hsc2hs works by
-- compiling a C program and then running it.
++ [ "--cflag=" ++ opt | opt <- platformDefines lbi ]
-- Options from the current package:
++ [ "--cflag=-I" ++ dir | dir <- PD.includeDirs bi ]
++ [ "--cflag=" ++ opt | opt <- PD.ccOptions bi
++ PD.cppOptions bi ]
++ [ "--lflag=-L" ++ opt | opt <- PD.extraLibDirs bi ]
++ [ "--lflag=-Wl,-R," ++ opt | isELF
, opt <- PD.extraLibDirs bi ]
++ [ "--lflag=-l" ++ opt | opt <- PD.extraLibs bi ]
++ [ "--lflag=" ++ opt | opt <- PD.ldOptions bi ]
-- Options from dependent packages
++ [ "--cflag=" ++ opt
| pkg <- pkgs
, opt <- [ "-I" ++ opt | opt <- Installed.includeDirs pkg ]
++ [ opt | opt <- Installed.ccOptions pkg ]
++ [ "-I" ++ autogenModulesDir lbi,
"-include", autogenModulesDir lbi </> cppHeaderName ] ]
++ [ "--lflag=" ++ opt
| pkg <- pkgs
, opt <- [ "-L" ++ opt | opt <- Installed.libraryDirs pkg ]
++ [ "-Wl,-R," ++ opt | isELF
, opt <- Installed.libraryDirs pkg ]
++ [ "-l" ++ opt | opt <- Installed.extraLibraries pkg ]
++ [ opt | opt <- Installed.ldOptions pkg ] ]
++ ["-o", outFile, inFile]
}
where
pkgs = PackageIndex.topologicalOrder (packageHacks (installedPkgs lbi))
isOSX = case buildOS of OSX -> True; _ -> False
isELF = case buildOS of OSX -> False; Windows -> False; _ -> True;
packageHacks = case compilerFlavor (compiler lbi) of
GHC -> hackRtsPackage
_ -> id
-- We don't link in the actual Haskell libraries of our dependencies, so
-- the -u flags in the ldOptions of the rts package mean linking fails on
-- OS X (it's ld is a tad stricter than gnu ld). Thus we remove the
-- ldOptions for GHC's rts package:
hackRtsPackage index =
case PackageIndex.lookupPackageName index (PackageName "rts") of
[(_, [rts])]
-> PackageIndex.insert rts { Installed.ldOptions = [] } index
_ -> error "No (or multiple) ghc rts package is registered!!"
ppC2hs :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppC2hs bi lbi =
PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = False,
runPreProcessor = \(inBaseDir, inRelativeFile)
(outBaseDir, outRelativeFile) verbosity -> do
(c2hsProg, _, _) <- requireProgramVersion verbosity
c2hsProgram (orLaterVersion (Version [0,15] []))
(withPrograms lbi)
(gccProg, _) <- requireProgram verbosity gccProgram (withPrograms lbi)
rawSystemProgram verbosity c2hsProg $
-- Options from the current package:
[ "--cpp=" ++ programPath gccProg, "--cppopts=-E" ]
++ [ "--cppopts=" ++ opt | opt <- getCppOptions bi lbi ]
++ [ "--include=" ++ outBaseDir ]
-- Options from dependent packages
++ [ "--cppopts=" ++ opt
| pkg <- pkgs
, opt <- [ "-I" ++ opt | opt <- Installed.includeDirs pkg ]
++ [ opt | opt@('-':c:_) <- Installed.ccOptions pkg
, c `elem` "DIU" ] ]
--TODO: install .chi files for packages, so we can --include
-- those dirs here, for the dependencies
-- input and output files
++ [ "--output-dir=" ++ outBaseDir
, "--output=" ++ outRelativeFile
, inBaseDir </> inRelativeFile ]
}
where
pkgs = PackageIndex.topologicalOrder (installedPkgs lbi)
--TODO: perhaps use this with hsc2hs too
--TODO: remove cc-options from cpphs for cabal-version: >= 1.10
getCppOptions :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> [String]
getCppOptions bi lbi
= platformDefines lbi
++ cppOptions bi
++ ["-I" ++ dir | dir <- PD.includeDirs bi]
++ [opt | opt@('-':c:_) <- PD.ccOptions bi, c `elem` "DIU"]
platformDefines :: LocalBuildInfo -> [String]
platformDefines lbi =
case compilerFlavor comp of
GHC ->
let ghcOS = case hostOS of
Linux -> ["linux"]
Windows -> ["mingw32"]
OSX -> ["darwin"]
FreeBSD -> ["freebsd"]
OpenBSD -> ["openbsd"]
NetBSD -> ["netbsd"]
Solaris -> ["solaris2"]
AIX -> ["aix"]
HPUX -> ["hpux"]
IRIX -> ["irix"]
HaLVM -> []
IOS -> ["ios"]
OtherOS _ -> []
ghcArch = case hostArch of
I386 -> ["i386"]
X86_64 -> ["x86_64"]
PPC -> ["powerpc"]
PPC64 -> ["powerpc64"]
Sparc -> ["sparc"]
Arm -> ["arm"]
Mips -> ["mips"]
SH -> []
IA64 -> ["ia64"]
S390 -> ["s390"]
Alpha -> ["alpha"]
Hppa -> ["hppa"]
Rs6000 -> ["rs6000"]
M68k -> ["m68k"]
Vax -> ["vax"]
OtherArch _ -> []
in ["-D__GLASGOW_HASKELL__=" ++ versionInt version] ++
["-D" ++ os ++ "_BUILD_OS=1"] ++
["-D" ++ arch ++ "_BUILD_ARCH=1"] ++
map (\os' -> "-D" ++ os' ++ "_HOST_OS=1") ghcOS ++
map (\arch' -> "-D" ++ arch' ++ "_HOST_ARCH=1") ghcArch
JHC -> ["-D__JHC__=" ++ versionInt version]
NHC -> ["-D__NHC__=" ++ versionInt version]
Hugs -> ["-D__HUGS__"]
_ -> []
where
comp = compiler lbi
Platform hostArch hostOS = hostPlatform lbi
version = compilerVersion comp
-- TODO: move this into the compiler abstraction
-- FIXME: this forces GHC's crazy 4.8.2 -> 408 convention on all
-- the other compilers. Check if that's really what they want.
versionInt :: Version -> String
versionInt (Version { versionBranch = [] }) = "1"
versionInt (Version { versionBranch = [n] }) = show n
versionInt (Version { versionBranch = n1:n2:_ })
= -- 6.8.x -> 608
-- 6.10.x -> 610
let s1 = show n1
s2 = show n2
middle = case s2 of
_ : _ : _ -> ""
_ -> "0"
in s1 ++ middle ++ s2
ppHappy :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppHappy _ lbi = pp { platformIndependent = True }
where pp = standardPP lbi happyProgram (hcFlags hc)
hc = compilerFlavor (compiler lbi)
hcFlags GHC = ["-agc"]
hcFlags _ = []
ppAlex :: BuildInfo -> LocalBuildInfo -> PreProcessor
ppAlex _ lbi = pp { platformIndependent = True }
where pp = standardPP lbi alexProgram (hcFlags hc)
hc = compilerFlavor (compiler lbi)
hcFlags GHC = ["-g"]
hcFlags _ = []
standardPP :: LocalBuildInfo -> Program -> [String] -> PreProcessor
standardPP lbi prog args =
PreProcessor {
platformIndependent = False,
runPreProcessor = mkSimplePreProcessor $ \inFile outFile verbosity ->
rawSystemProgramConf verbosity prog (withPrograms lbi)
(args ++ ["-o", outFile, inFile])
}
-- |Convenience function; get the suffixes of these preprocessors.
ppSuffixes :: [ PPSuffixHandler ] -> [String]
ppSuffixes = map fst
-- |Standard preprocessors: GreenCard, c2hs, hsc2hs, happy, alex and cpphs.
knownSuffixHandlers :: [ PPSuffixHandler ]
knownSuffixHandlers =
[ ("gc", ppGreenCard)
, ("chs", ppC2hs)
, ("hsc", ppHsc2hs)
, ("x", ppAlex)
, ("y", ppHappy)
, ("ly", ppHappy)
, ("cpphs", ppCpp)
]
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