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{-# LANGUAGE DeriveDataTypeable #-}
{-# LANGUAGE DeriveGeneric #-}
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- |
-- Module : Distribution.PackageDescription
-- Copyright : Isaac Jones 2003-2005
-- License : BSD3
--
-- Maintainer : cabal-devel@haskell.org
-- Portability : portable
--
-- This defines the data structure for the @.cabal@ file format. There are
-- several parts to this structure. It has top level info and then 'Library',
-- 'Executable', 'TestSuite', and 'Benchmark' sections each of which have
-- associated 'BuildInfo' data that's used to build the library, exe, test, or
-- benchmark. To further complicate things there is both a 'PackageDescription'
-- and a 'GenericPackageDescription'. This distinction relates to cabal
-- configurations. When we initially read a @.cabal@ file we get a
-- 'GenericPackageDescription' which has all the conditional sections.
-- Before actually building a package we have to decide
-- on each conditional. Once we've done that we get a 'PackageDescription'.
-- It was done this way initially to avoid breaking too much stuff when the
-- feature was introduced. It could probably do with being rationalised at some
-- point to make it simpler.
module Distribution.PackageDescription (
-- * Package descriptions
PackageDescription(..),
emptyPackageDescription,
specVersion,
descCabalVersion,
BuildType(..),
knownBuildTypes,
-- ** Renaming
ModuleRenaming(..),
defaultRenaming,
lookupRenaming,
-- ** Libraries
Library(..),
ModuleReexport(..),
emptyLibrary,
withLib,
hasPublicLib,
hasLibs,
libModules,
-- ** Executables
Executable(..),
emptyExecutable,
withExe,
hasExes,
exeModules,
-- * Tests
TestSuite(..),
TestSuiteInterface(..),
TestType(..),
testType,
knownTestTypes,
emptyTestSuite,
hasTests,
withTest,
testModules,
enabledTests,
-- * Benchmarks
Benchmark(..),
BenchmarkInterface(..),
BenchmarkType(..),
benchmarkType,
knownBenchmarkTypes,
emptyBenchmark,
hasBenchmarks,
withBenchmark,
benchmarkModules,
enabledBenchmarks,
-- * Build information
BuildInfo(..),
emptyBuildInfo,
allBuildInfo,
allLanguages,
allExtensions,
usedExtensions,
hcOptions,
hcProfOptions,
hcSharedOptions,
-- ** Supplementary build information
ComponentName(..),
defaultLibName,
HookedBuildInfo,
emptyHookedBuildInfo,
updatePackageDescription,
-- * package configuration
GenericPackageDescription(..),
Flag(..), FlagName(..), FlagAssignment,
CondTree(..), ConfVar(..), Condition(..),
cNot, cAnd, cOr,
-- * Source repositories
SourceRepo(..),
RepoKind(..),
RepoType(..),
knownRepoTypes,
-- * Custom setup build information
SetupBuildInfo(..),
) where
import Distribution.Compat.Binary
import qualified Distribution.Compat.Semigroup as Semi ((<>))
import Distribution.Compat.Semigroup as Semi (Monoid(..), Semigroup, gmempty)
import qualified Distribution.Compat.ReadP as Parse
import Distribution.Compat.ReadP ((<++))
import Distribution.Package
import Distribution.ModuleName
import Distribution.Version
import Distribution.License
import Distribution.Compiler
import Distribution.System
import Distribution.Text
import Language.Haskell.Extension
import Data.Data (Data)
import Data.List (nub, intercalate)
import Data.Maybe (fromMaybe, maybeToList)
import Data.Foldable as Fold (Foldable(foldMap))
import Data.Traversable as Trav (Traversable(traverse))
import Data.Typeable ( Typeable )
import Control.Applicative as AP (Alternative(..), Applicative(..))
import Control.Monad (MonadPlus(mplus,mzero), ap)
import GHC.Generics (Generic)
import Text.PrettyPrint as Disp
import qualified Data.Char as Char (isAlphaNum, isDigit, toLower)
import qualified Data.Map as Map
import Data.Map (Map)
-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The PackageDescription type
-- | This data type is the internal representation of the file @pkg.cabal@.
-- It contains two kinds of information about the package: information
-- which is needed for all packages, such as the package name and version, and
-- information which is needed for the simple build system only, such as
-- the compiler options and library name.
--
data PackageDescription
= PackageDescription {
-- the following are required by all packages:
package :: PackageIdentifier,
license :: License,
licenseFiles :: [FilePath],
copyright :: String,
maintainer :: String,
author :: String,
stability :: String,
testedWith :: [(CompilerFlavor,VersionRange)],
homepage :: String,
pkgUrl :: String,
bugReports :: String,
sourceRepos :: [SourceRepo],
synopsis :: String, -- ^A one-line summary of this package
description :: String, -- ^A more verbose description of this package
category :: String,
customFieldsPD :: [(String,String)], -- ^Custom fields starting
-- with x-, stored in a
-- simple assoc-list.
-- | YOU PROBABLY DON'T WANT TO USE THIS FIELD. This field is
-- special! Depending on how far along processing the
-- PackageDescription we are, the contents of this field are
-- either nonsense, or the collected dependencies of *all* the
-- components in this package. buildDepends is initialized by
-- 'finalizePackageDescription' and 'flattenPackageDescription';
-- prior to that, dependency info is stored in the 'CondTree'
-- built around a 'GenericPackageDescription'. When this
-- resolution is done, dependency info is written to the inner
-- 'BuildInfo' and this field. This is all horrible, and #2066
-- tracks progress to get rid of this field.
buildDepends :: [Dependency],
-- | The version of the Cabal spec that this package description uses.
-- For historical reasons this is specified with a version range but
-- only ranges of the form @>= v@ make sense. We are in the process of
-- transitioning to specifying just a single version, not a range.
specVersionRaw :: Either Version VersionRange,
buildType :: Maybe BuildType,
setupBuildInfo :: Maybe SetupBuildInfo,
-- components
libraries :: [Library],
executables :: [Executable],
testSuites :: [TestSuite],
benchmarks :: [Benchmark],
dataFiles :: [FilePath],
dataDir :: FilePath,
extraSrcFiles :: [FilePath],
extraTmpFiles :: [FilePath],
extraDocFiles :: [FilePath]
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary PackageDescription
instance Package PackageDescription where
packageId = package
-- | The version of the Cabal spec that this package should be interpreted
-- against.
--
-- Historically we used a version range but we are switching to using a single
-- version. Currently we accept either. This function converts into a single
-- version by ignoring upper bounds in the version range.
--
specVersion :: PackageDescription -> Version
specVersion pkg = case specVersionRaw pkg of
Left version -> version
Right versionRange -> case asVersionIntervals versionRange of
[] -> Version [0] []
((LowerBound version _, _):_) -> version
-- | The range of versions of the Cabal tools that this package is intended to
-- work with.
--
-- This function is deprecated and should not be used for new purposes, only to
-- support old packages that rely on the old interpretation.
--
descCabalVersion :: PackageDescription -> VersionRange
descCabalVersion pkg = case specVersionRaw pkg of
Left version -> orLaterVersion version
Right versionRange -> versionRange
{-# DEPRECATED descCabalVersion "Use specVersion instead" #-}
emptyPackageDescription :: PackageDescription
emptyPackageDescription
= PackageDescription {
package = PackageIdentifier (PackageName "")
(Version [] []),
license = UnspecifiedLicense,
licenseFiles = [],
specVersionRaw = Right anyVersion,
buildType = Nothing,
copyright = "",
maintainer = "",
author = "",
stability = "",
testedWith = [],
buildDepends = [],
homepage = "",
pkgUrl = "",
bugReports = "",
sourceRepos = [],
synopsis = "",
description = "",
category = "",
customFieldsPD = [],
setupBuildInfo = Nothing,
libraries = [],
executables = [],
testSuites = [],
benchmarks = [],
dataFiles = [],
dataDir = "",
extraSrcFiles = [],
extraTmpFiles = [],
extraDocFiles = []
}
-- | The type of build system used by this package.
data BuildType
= Simple -- ^ calls @Distribution.Simple.defaultMain@
| Configure -- ^ calls @Distribution.Simple.defaultMainWithHooks defaultUserHooks@,
-- which invokes @configure@ to generate additional build
-- information used by later phases.
| Make -- ^ calls @Distribution.Make.defaultMain@
| Custom -- ^ uses user-supplied @Setup.hs@ or @Setup.lhs@ (default)
| UnknownBuildType String
-- ^ a package that uses an unknown build type cannot actually
-- be built. Doing it this way rather than just giving a
-- parse error means we get better error messages and allows
-- you to inspect the rest of the package description.
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary BuildType
knownBuildTypes :: [BuildType]
knownBuildTypes = [Simple, Configure, Make, Custom]
instance Text BuildType where
disp (UnknownBuildType other) = Disp.text other
disp other = Disp.text (show other)
parse = do
name <- Parse.munch1 Char.isAlphaNum
return $ case name of
"Simple" -> Simple
"Configure" -> Configure
"Custom" -> Custom
"Make" -> Make
_ -> UnknownBuildType name
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The SetupBuildInfo type
-- One can see this as a very cut-down version of BuildInfo below.
-- To keep things simple for tools that compile Setup.hs we limit the
-- options authors can specify to just Haskell package dependencies.
data SetupBuildInfo = SetupBuildInfo {
setupDepends :: [Dependency],
defaultSetupDepends :: Bool
-- ^ Is this a default 'custom-setup' section added by the cabal-install
-- code (as opposed to user-provided)? This field is only used
-- internally, and doesn't correspond to anything in the .cabal
-- file. See #3199.
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Eq, Read, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary SetupBuildInfo
instance Semi.Monoid SetupBuildInfo where
mempty = SetupBuildInfo [] False
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup SetupBuildInfo where
a <> b = SetupBuildInfo (setupDepends a Semi.<> setupDepends b)
(defaultSetupDepends a || defaultSetupDepends b)
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Module renaming
-- | Renaming applied to the modules provided by a package.
-- The boolean indicates whether or not to also include all of the
-- original names of modules. Thus, @ModuleRenaming False []@ is
-- "don't expose any modules, and @ModuleRenaming True [("Data.Bool", "Bool")]@
-- is, "expose all modules, but also expose @Data.Bool@ as @Bool@".
--
data ModuleRenaming = ModuleRenaming Bool [(ModuleName, ModuleName)]
deriving (Show, Read, Eq, Ord, Typeable, Data, Generic)
defaultRenaming :: ModuleRenaming
defaultRenaming = ModuleRenaming True []
lookupRenaming :: Package pkg => pkg -> Map PackageName ModuleRenaming -> ModuleRenaming
lookupRenaming = Map.findWithDefault defaultRenaming . packageName
instance Binary ModuleRenaming where
instance Monoid ModuleRenaming where
mempty = ModuleRenaming False []
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup ModuleRenaming where
ModuleRenaming b rns <> ModuleRenaming b' rns'
= ModuleRenaming (b || b') (rns ++ rns') -- TODO: dedupe?
-- NB: parentheses are mandatory, because later we may extend this syntax
-- to allow "hiding (A, B)" or other modifier words.
instance Text ModuleRenaming where
disp (ModuleRenaming True []) = Disp.empty
disp (ModuleRenaming b vs) = (if b then text "with" else Disp.empty) <+> dispRns
where dispRns = Disp.parens
(Disp.hsep
(Disp.punctuate Disp.comma (map dispEntry vs)))
dispEntry (orig, new)
| orig == new = disp orig
| otherwise = disp orig <+> text "as" <+> disp new
parse = do Parse.string "with" >> Parse.skipSpaces
fmap (ModuleRenaming True) parseRns
<++ fmap (ModuleRenaming False) parseRns
<++ return (ModuleRenaming True [])
where parseRns = do
rns <- Parse.between (Parse.char '(') (Parse.char ')') parseList
Parse.skipSpaces
return rns
parseList =
Parse.sepBy parseEntry (Parse.char ',' >> Parse.skipSpaces)
parseEntry :: Parse.ReadP r (ModuleName, ModuleName)
parseEntry = do
orig <- parse
Parse.skipSpaces
(do _ <- Parse.string "as"
Parse.skipSpaces
new <- parse
Parse.skipSpaces
return (orig, new)
<++
return (orig, orig))
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The Library type
data Library = Library {
libName :: String,
exposedModules :: [ModuleName],
reexportedModules :: [ModuleReexport],
requiredSignatures:: [ModuleName], -- ^ What sigs need implementations?
exposedSignatures:: [ModuleName], -- ^ What sigs are visible to users?
libExposed :: Bool, -- ^ Is the lib to be exposed by default?
libBuildInfo :: BuildInfo
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Eq, Read, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary Library
instance Monoid Library where
mempty = Library {
libName = mempty,
exposedModules = mempty,
reexportedModules = mempty,
requiredSignatures = mempty,
exposedSignatures = mempty,
libExposed = True,
libBuildInfo = mempty
}
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup Library where
a <> b = Library {
libName = combine' libName,
exposedModules = combine exposedModules,
reexportedModules = combine reexportedModules,
requiredSignatures = combine requiredSignatures,
exposedSignatures = combine exposedSignatures,
libExposed = libExposed a && libExposed b, -- so False propagates
libBuildInfo = combine libBuildInfo
}
where combine field = field a `mappend` field b
combine' field = case (field a, field b) of
("","") -> ""
("", x) -> x
(x, "") -> x
(x, y) -> error $ "Ambiguous values for library field: '"
++ x ++ "' and '" ++ y ++ "'"
emptyLibrary :: Library
emptyLibrary = mempty
-- | Does this package have a PUBLIC library?
hasPublicLib :: PackageDescription -> Bool
hasPublicLib p = any f (libraries p)
where f lib = buildable (libBuildInfo lib) &&
libName lib == display (packageName (package p))
-- | Does this package have any libraries?
hasLibs :: PackageDescription -> Bool
hasLibs p = any (buildable . libBuildInfo) (libraries p)
-- |If the package description has a library section, call the given
-- function with the library build info as argument.
withLib :: PackageDescription -> (Library -> IO ()) -> IO ()
withLib pkg_descr f =
sequence_ [f lib | lib <- libraries pkg_descr, buildable (libBuildInfo lib)]
-- | Get all the module names from the library (exposed and internal modules)
-- which need to be compiled. (This does not include reexports, which
-- do not need to be compiled.)
libModules :: Library -> [ModuleName]
libModules lib = exposedModules lib
++ otherModules (libBuildInfo lib)
++ exposedSignatures lib
++ requiredSignatures lib
-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Module re-exports
data ModuleReexport = ModuleReexport {
moduleReexportOriginalPackage :: Maybe PackageName,
moduleReexportOriginalName :: ModuleName,
moduleReexportName :: ModuleName
}
deriving (Eq, Generic, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary ModuleReexport
instance Text ModuleReexport where
disp (ModuleReexport mpkgname origname newname) =
maybe Disp.empty (\pkgname -> disp pkgname <> Disp.char ':') mpkgname
<> disp origname
<+> if newname == origname
then Disp.empty
else Disp.text "as" <+> disp newname
parse = do
mpkgname <- Parse.option Nothing $ do
pkgname <- parse
_ <- Parse.char ':'
return (Just pkgname)
origname <- parse
newname <- Parse.option origname $ do
Parse.skipSpaces
_ <- Parse.string "as"
Parse.skipSpaces
parse
return (ModuleReexport mpkgname origname newname)
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The Executable type
data Executable = Executable {
exeName :: String,
modulePath :: FilePath,
buildInfo :: BuildInfo
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary Executable
instance Monoid Executable where
mempty = gmempty
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup Executable where
a <> b = Executable{
exeName = combine' exeName,
modulePath = combine modulePath,
buildInfo = combine buildInfo
}
where combine field = field a `mappend` field b
combine' field = case (field a, field b) of
("","") -> ""
("", x) -> x
(x, "") -> x
(x, y) -> error $ "Ambiguous values for executable field: '"
++ x ++ "' and '" ++ y ++ "'"
emptyExecutable :: Executable
emptyExecutable = mempty
-- |does this package have any executables?
hasExes :: PackageDescription -> Bool
hasExes p = any (buildable . buildInfo) (executables p)
-- | Perform the action on each buildable 'Executable' in the package
-- description.
withExe :: PackageDescription -> (Executable -> IO ()) -> IO ()
withExe pkg_descr f =
sequence_ [f exe | exe <- executables pkg_descr, buildable (buildInfo exe)]
-- | Get all the module names from an exe
exeModules :: Executable -> [ModuleName]
exeModules exe = otherModules (buildInfo exe)
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The TestSuite type
-- | A \"test-suite\" stanza in a cabal file.
--
data TestSuite = TestSuite {
testName :: String,
testInterface :: TestSuiteInterface,
testBuildInfo :: BuildInfo,
testEnabled :: Bool
-- TODO: By having a 'testEnabled' field in the PackageDescription, we
-- are mixing build status information (i.e., arguments to 'configure')
-- with static package description information. This is undesirable, but
-- a better solution is waiting on the next overhaul to the
-- GenericPackageDescription -> PackageDescription resolution process.
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary TestSuite
-- | The test suite interfaces that are currently defined. Each test suite must
-- specify which interface it supports.
--
-- More interfaces may be defined in future, either new revisions or totally
-- new interfaces.
--
data TestSuiteInterface =
-- | Test interface \"exitcode-stdio-1.0\". The test-suite takes the form
-- of an executable. It returns a zero exit code for success, non-zero for
-- failure. The stdout and stderr channels may be logged. It takes no
-- command line parameters and nothing on stdin.
--
TestSuiteExeV10 Version FilePath
-- | Test interface \"detailed-0.9\". The test-suite takes the form of a
-- library containing a designated module that exports \"tests :: [Test]\".
--
| TestSuiteLibV09 Version ModuleName
-- | A test suite that does not conform to one of the above interfaces for
-- the given reason (e.g. unknown test type).
--
| TestSuiteUnsupported TestType
deriving (Eq, Generic, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary TestSuiteInterface
instance Monoid TestSuite where
mempty = TestSuite {
testName = mempty,
testInterface = mempty,
testBuildInfo = mempty,
testEnabled = False
}
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup TestSuite where
a <> b = TestSuite {
testName = combine' testName,
testInterface = combine testInterface,
testBuildInfo = combine testBuildInfo,
testEnabled = testEnabled a || testEnabled b
}
where combine field = field a `mappend` field b
combine' f = case (f a, f b) of
("", x) -> x
(x, "") -> x
(x, y) -> error "Ambiguous values for test field: '"
++ x ++ "' and '" ++ y ++ "'"
instance Monoid TestSuiteInterface where
mempty = TestSuiteUnsupported (TestTypeUnknown mempty (Version [] []))
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup TestSuiteInterface where
a <> (TestSuiteUnsupported _) = a
_ <> b = b
emptyTestSuite :: TestSuite
emptyTestSuite = mempty
-- | Does this package have any test suites?
hasTests :: PackageDescription -> Bool
hasTests = any (buildable . testBuildInfo) . testSuites
-- | Get all the enabled test suites from a package.
enabledTests :: PackageDescription -> [TestSuite]
enabledTests = filter testEnabled . testSuites
-- | Perform an action on each buildable 'TestSuite' in a package.
withTest :: PackageDescription -> (TestSuite -> IO ()) -> IO ()
withTest pkg_descr f =
mapM_ f $ filter (buildable . testBuildInfo) $ enabledTests pkg_descr
-- | Get all the module names from a test suite.
testModules :: TestSuite -> [ModuleName]
testModules test = (case testInterface test of
TestSuiteLibV09 _ m -> [m]
_ -> [])
++ otherModules (testBuildInfo test)
-- | The \"test-type\" field in the test suite stanza.
--
data TestType = TestTypeExe Version -- ^ \"type: exitcode-stdio-x.y\"
| TestTypeLib Version -- ^ \"type: detailed-x.y\"
| TestTypeUnknown String Version -- ^ Some unknown test type e.g. \"type: foo\"
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary TestType
knownTestTypes :: [TestType]
knownTestTypes = [ TestTypeExe (Version [1,0] [])
, TestTypeLib (Version [0,9] []) ]
stdParse :: Text ver => (ver -> String -> res) -> Parse.ReadP r res
stdParse f = do
cs <- Parse.sepBy1 component (Parse.char '-')
_ <- Parse.char '-'
ver <- parse
let name = intercalate "-" cs
return $! f ver (lowercase name)
where
component = do
cs <- Parse.munch1 Char.isAlphaNum
if all Char.isDigit cs then Parse.pfail else return cs
-- each component must contain an alphabetic character, to avoid
-- ambiguity in identifiers like foo-1 (the 1 is the version number).
instance Text TestType where
disp (TestTypeExe ver) = text "exitcode-stdio-" <> disp ver
disp (TestTypeLib ver) = text "detailed-" <> disp ver
disp (TestTypeUnknown name ver) = text name <> char '-' <> disp ver
parse = stdParse $ \ver name -> case name of
"exitcode-stdio" -> TestTypeExe ver
"detailed" -> TestTypeLib ver
_ -> TestTypeUnknown name ver
testType :: TestSuite -> TestType
testType test = case testInterface test of
TestSuiteExeV10 ver _ -> TestTypeExe ver
TestSuiteLibV09 ver _ -> TestTypeLib ver
TestSuiteUnsupported testtype -> testtype
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The Benchmark type
-- | A \"benchmark\" stanza in a cabal file.
--
data Benchmark = Benchmark {
benchmarkName :: String,
benchmarkInterface :: BenchmarkInterface,
benchmarkBuildInfo :: BuildInfo,
benchmarkEnabled :: Bool
-- TODO: See TODO for 'testEnabled'.
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary Benchmark
-- | The benchmark interfaces that are currently defined. Each
-- benchmark must specify which interface it supports.
--
-- More interfaces may be defined in future, either new revisions or
-- totally new interfaces.
--
data BenchmarkInterface =
-- | Benchmark interface \"exitcode-stdio-1.0\". The benchmark
-- takes the form of an executable. It returns a zero exit code
-- for success, non-zero for failure. The stdout and stderr
-- channels may be logged. It takes no command line parameters
-- and nothing on stdin.
--
BenchmarkExeV10 Version FilePath
-- | A benchmark that does not conform to one of the above
-- interfaces for the given reason (e.g. unknown benchmark type).
--
| BenchmarkUnsupported BenchmarkType
deriving (Eq, Generic, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary BenchmarkInterface
instance Monoid Benchmark where
mempty = Benchmark {
benchmarkName = mempty,
benchmarkInterface = mempty,
benchmarkBuildInfo = mempty,
benchmarkEnabled = False
}
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup Benchmark where
a <> b = Benchmark {
benchmarkName = combine' benchmarkName,
benchmarkInterface = combine benchmarkInterface,
benchmarkBuildInfo = combine benchmarkBuildInfo,
benchmarkEnabled = benchmarkEnabled a || benchmarkEnabled b
}
where combine field = field a `mappend` field b
combine' f = case (f a, f b) of
("", x) -> x
(x, "") -> x
(x, y) -> error "Ambiguous values for benchmark field: '"
++ x ++ "' and '" ++ y ++ "'"
instance Monoid BenchmarkInterface where
mempty = BenchmarkUnsupported (BenchmarkTypeUnknown mempty (Version [] []))
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup BenchmarkInterface where
a <> (BenchmarkUnsupported _) = a
_ <> b = b
emptyBenchmark :: Benchmark
emptyBenchmark = mempty
-- | Does this package have any benchmarks?
hasBenchmarks :: PackageDescription -> Bool
hasBenchmarks = any (buildable . benchmarkBuildInfo) . benchmarks
-- | Get all the enabled benchmarks from a package.
enabledBenchmarks :: PackageDescription -> [Benchmark]
enabledBenchmarks = filter benchmarkEnabled . benchmarks
-- | Perform an action on each buildable 'Benchmark' in a package.
withBenchmark :: PackageDescription -> (Benchmark -> IO ()) -> IO ()
withBenchmark pkg_descr f =
mapM_ f $ filter (buildable . benchmarkBuildInfo) $ enabledBenchmarks pkg_descr
-- | Get all the module names from a benchmark.
benchmarkModules :: Benchmark -> [ModuleName]
benchmarkModules benchmark = otherModules (benchmarkBuildInfo benchmark)
-- | The \"benchmark-type\" field in the benchmark stanza.
--
data BenchmarkType = BenchmarkTypeExe Version
-- ^ \"type: exitcode-stdio-x.y\"
| BenchmarkTypeUnknown String Version
-- ^ Some unknown benchmark type e.g. \"type: foo\"
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary BenchmarkType
knownBenchmarkTypes :: [BenchmarkType]
knownBenchmarkTypes = [ BenchmarkTypeExe (Version [1,0] []) ]
instance Text BenchmarkType where
disp (BenchmarkTypeExe ver) = text "exitcode-stdio-" <> disp ver
disp (BenchmarkTypeUnknown name ver) = text name <> char '-' <> disp ver
parse = stdParse $ \ver name -> case name of
"exitcode-stdio" -> BenchmarkTypeExe ver
_ -> BenchmarkTypeUnknown name ver
benchmarkType :: Benchmark -> BenchmarkType
benchmarkType benchmark = case benchmarkInterface benchmark of
BenchmarkExeV10 ver _ -> BenchmarkTypeExe ver
BenchmarkUnsupported benchmarktype -> benchmarktype
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The BuildInfo type
-- Consider refactoring into executable and library versions.
data BuildInfo = BuildInfo {
buildable :: Bool, -- ^ component is buildable here
buildTools :: [Dependency], -- ^ tools needed to build this bit
cppOptions :: [String], -- ^ options for pre-processing Haskell code
ccOptions :: [String], -- ^ options for C compiler
ldOptions :: [String], -- ^ options for linker
pkgconfigDepends :: [Dependency], -- ^ pkg-config packages that are used
frameworks :: [String], -- ^support frameworks for Mac OS X
extraFrameworkDirs:: [String], -- ^ extra locations to find frameworks.
cSources :: [FilePath],
jsSources :: [FilePath],
hsSourceDirs :: [FilePath], -- ^ where to look for the Haskell module hierarchy
otherModules :: [ModuleName], -- ^ non-exposed or non-main modules
defaultLanguage :: Maybe Language,-- ^ language used when not explicitly specified
otherLanguages :: [Language], -- ^ other languages used within the package
defaultExtensions :: [Extension], -- ^ language extensions used by all modules
otherExtensions :: [Extension], -- ^ other language extensions used within the package
oldExtensions :: [Extension], -- ^ the old extensions field, treated same as 'defaultExtensions'
extraLibs :: [String], -- ^ what libraries to link with when compiling a program that uses your package
extraGHCiLibs :: [String], -- ^ if present, overrides extraLibs when package is loaded with GHCi.
extraLibDirs :: [String],
includeDirs :: [FilePath], -- ^directories to find .h files
includes :: [FilePath], -- ^ The .h files to be found in includeDirs
installIncludes :: [FilePath], -- ^ .h files to install with the package
options :: [(CompilerFlavor,[String])],
profOptions :: [(CompilerFlavor,[String])],
sharedOptions :: [(CompilerFlavor,[String])],
customFieldsBI :: [(String,String)], -- ^Custom fields starting
-- with x-, stored in a
-- simple assoc-list.
targetBuildDepends :: [Dependency], -- ^ Dependencies specific to a library or executable target
targetBuildRenaming :: Map PackageName ModuleRenaming
}
deriving (Generic, Show, Read, Eq, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary BuildInfo
instance Monoid BuildInfo where
mempty = BuildInfo {
buildable = True,
buildTools = [],
cppOptions = [],
ccOptions = [],
ldOptions = [],
pkgconfigDepends = [],
frameworks = [],
extraFrameworkDirs = [],
cSources = [],
jsSources = [],
hsSourceDirs = [],
otherModules = [],
defaultLanguage = Nothing,
otherLanguages = [],
defaultExtensions = [],
otherExtensions = [],
oldExtensions = [],
extraLibs = [],
extraGHCiLibs = [],
extraLibDirs = [],
includeDirs = [],
includes = [],
installIncludes = [],
options = [],
profOptions = [],
sharedOptions = [],
customFieldsBI = [],
targetBuildDepends = [],
targetBuildRenaming = Map.empty
}
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup BuildInfo where
a <> b = BuildInfo {
buildable = buildable a && buildable b,
buildTools = combine buildTools,
cppOptions = combine cppOptions,
ccOptions = combine ccOptions,
ldOptions = combine ldOptions,
pkgconfigDepends = combine pkgconfigDepends,
frameworks = combineNub frameworks,
extraFrameworkDirs = combineNub extraFrameworkDirs,
cSources = combineNub cSources,
jsSources = combineNub jsSources,
hsSourceDirs = combineNub hsSourceDirs,
otherModules = combineNub otherModules,
defaultLanguage = combineMby defaultLanguage,
otherLanguages = combineNub otherLanguages,
defaultExtensions = combineNub defaultExtensions,
otherExtensions = combineNub otherExtensions,
oldExtensions = combineNub oldExtensions,
extraLibs = combine extraLibs,
extraGHCiLibs = combine extraGHCiLibs,
extraLibDirs = combineNub extraLibDirs,
includeDirs = combineNub includeDirs,
includes = combineNub includes,
installIncludes = combineNub installIncludes,
options = combine options,
profOptions = combine profOptions,
sharedOptions = combine sharedOptions,
customFieldsBI = combine customFieldsBI,
targetBuildDepends = combineNub targetBuildDepends,
targetBuildRenaming = combineMap targetBuildRenaming
}
where
combine field = field a `mappend` field b
combineNub field = nub (combine field)
combineMby field = field b `mplus` field a
combineMap field = Map.unionWith mappend (field a) (field b)
emptyBuildInfo :: BuildInfo
emptyBuildInfo = mempty
-- | The 'BuildInfo' for the library (if there is one and it's buildable), and
-- all buildable executables, test suites and benchmarks. Useful for gathering
-- dependencies.
allBuildInfo :: PackageDescription -> [BuildInfo]
allBuildInfo pkg_descr = [ bi | lib <- libraries pkg_descr
, let bi = libBuildInfo lib
, buildable bi ]
++ [ bi | exe <- executables pkg_descr
, let bi = buildInfo exe
, buildable bi ]
++ [ bi | tst <- testSuites pkg_descr
, let bi = testBuildInfo tst
, buildable bi
, testEnabled tst ]
++ [ bi | tst <- benchmarks pkg_descr
, let bi = benchmarkBuildInfo tst
, buildable bi
, benchmarkEnabled tst ]
--FIXME: many of the places where this is used, we actually want to look at
-- unbuildable bits too, probably need separate functions
-- | The 'Language's used by this component
--
allLanguages :: BuildInfo -> [Language]
allLanguages bi = maybeToList (defaultLanguage bi)
++ otherLanguages bi
-- | The 'Extension's that are used somewhere by this component
--
allExtensions :: BuildInfo -> [Extension]
allExtensions bi = usedExtensions bi
++ otherExtensions bi
-- | The 'Extensions' that are used by all modules in this component
--
usedExtensions :: BuildInfo -> [Extension]
usedExtensions bi = oldExtensions bi
++ defaultExtensions bi
-- Libraries live in a separate namespace, so must distinguish
data ComponentName = CLibName String
| CExeName String
| CTestName String
| CBenchName String
deriving (Eq, Generic, Ord, Read, Show)
instance Binary ComponentName
defaultLibName :: PackageIdentifier -> ComponentName
defaultLibName pid = CLibName (display (pkgName pid))
type HookedBuildInfo = [(ComponentName, BuildInfo)]
emptyHookedBuildInfo :: HookedBuildInfo
emptyHookedBuildInfo = []
-- |Select options for a particular Haskell compiler.
hcOptions :: CompilerFlavor -> BuildInfo -> [String]
hcOptions = lookupHcOptions options
hcProfOptions :: CompilerFlavor -> BuildInfo -> [String]
hcProfOptions = lookupHcOptions profOptions
hcSharedOptions :: CompilerFlavor -> BuildInfo -> [String]
hcSharedOptions = lookupHcOptions sharedOptions
lookupHcOptions :: (BuildInfo -> [(CompilerFlavor,[String])])
-> CompilerFlavor -> BuildInfo -> [String]
lookupHcOptions f hc bi = [ opt | (hc',opts) <- f bi
, hc' == hc
, opt <- opts ]
-- ------------------------------------------------------------
-- * Source repos
-- ------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Information about the source revision control system for a package.
--
-- When specifying a repo it is useful to know the meaning or intention of the
-- information as doing so enables automation. There are two obvious common
-- purposes: one is to find the repo for the latest development version, the
-- other is to find the repo for this specific release. The 'ReopKind'
-- specifies which one we mean (or another custom one).
--
-- A package can specify one or the other kind or both. Most will specify just
-- a head repo but some may want to specify a repo to reconstruct the sources
-- for this package release.
--
-- The required information is the 'RepoType' which tells us if it's using
-- 'Darcs', 'Git' for example. The 'repoLocation' and other details are
-- interpreted according to the repo type.
--
data SourceRepo = SourceRepo {
-- | The kind of repo. This field is required.
repoKind :: RepoKind,
-- | The type of the source repository system for this repo, eg 'Darcs' or
-- 'Git'. This field is required.
repoType :: Maybe RepoType,
-- | The location of the repository. For most 'RepoType's this is a URL.
-- This field is required.
repoLocation :: Maybe String,
-- | 'CVS' can put multiple \"modules\" on one server and requires a
-- module name in addition to the location to identify a particular repo.
-- Logically this is part of the location but unfortunately has to be
-- specified separately. This field is required for the 'CVS' 'RepoType' and
-- should not be given otherwise.
repoModule :: Maybe String,
-- | The name or identifier of the branch, if any. Many source control
-- systems have the notion of multiple branches in a repo that exist in the
-- same location. For example 'Git' and 'CVS' use this while systems like
-- 'Darcs' use different locations for different branches. This field is
-- optional but should be used if necessary to identify the sources,
-- especially for the 'RepoThis' repo kind.
repoBranch :: Maybe String,
-- | The tag identify a particular state of the repository. This should be
-- given for the 'RepoThis' repo kind and not for 'RepoHead' kind.
--
repoTag :: Maybe String,
-- | Some repositories contain multiple projects in different subdirectories
-- This field specifies the subdirectory where this packages sources can be
-- found, eg the subdirectory containing the @.cabal@ file. It is interpreted
-- relative to the root of the repository. This field is optional. If not
-- given the default is \".\" ie no subdirectory.
repoSubdir :: Maybe FilePath
}
deriving (Eq, Generic, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary SourceRepo
-- | What this repo info is for, what it represents.
--
data RepoKind =
-- | The repository for the \"head\" or development version of the project.
-- This repo is where we should track the latest development activity or
-- the usual repo people should get to contribute patches.
RepoHead
-- | The repository containing the sources for this exact package version
-- or release. For this kind of repo a tag should be given to give enough
-- information to re-create the exact sources.
| RepoThis
| RepoKindUnknown String
deriving (Eq, Generic, Ord, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary RepoKind
-- | An enumeration of common source control systems. The fields used in the
-- 'SourceRepo' depend on the type of repo. The tools and methods used to
-- obtain and track the repo depend on the repo type.
--
data RepoType = Darcs | Git | SVN | CVS
| Mercurial | GnuArch | Bazaar | Monotone
| OtherRepoType String
deriving (Eq, Generic, Ord, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary RepoType
knownRepoTypes :: [RepoType]
knownRepoTypes = [Darcs, Git, SVN, CVS
,Mercurial, GnuArch, Bazaar, Monotone]
repoTypeAliases :: RepoType -> [String]
repoTypeAliases Bazaar = ["bzr"]
repoTypeAliases Mercurial = ["hg"]
repoTypeAliases GnuArch = ["arch"]
repoTypeAliases _ = []
instance Text RepoKind where
disp RepoHead = Disp.text "head"
disp RepoThis = Disp.text "this"
disp (RepoKindUnknown other) = Disp.text other
parse = do
name <- ident
return $ case lowercase name of
"head" -> RepoHead
"this" -> RepoThis
_ -> RepoKindUnknown name
instance Text RepoType where
disp (OtherRepoType other) = Disp.text other
disp other = Disp.text (lowercase (show other))
parse = fmap classifyRepoType ident
classifyRepoType :: String -> RepoType
classifyRepoType s =
fromMaybe (OtherRepoType s) $ lookup (lowercase s) repoTypeMap
where
repoTypeMap = [ (name, repoType')
| repoType' <- knownRepoTypes
, name <- display repoType' : repoTypeAliases repoType' ]
ident :: Parse.ReadP r String
ident = Parse.munch1 (\c -> Char.isAlphaNum c || c == '_' || c == '-')
lowercase :: String -> String
lowercase = map Char.toLower
-- ------------------------------------------------------------
-- * Utils
-- ------------------------------------------------------------
updatePackageDescription :: HookedBuildInfo -> PackageDescription -> PackageDescription
updatePackageDescription hooked_bis p
= p{ executables = updateMany (CExeName . exeName) updateExecutable (executables p)
, libraries = updateMany (CLibName . libName) updateLibrary (libraries p)
, benchmarks = updateMany (CBenchName . benchmarkName) updateBenchmark (benchmarks p)
, testSuites = updateMany (CTestName . testName) updateTestSuite (testSuites p)
}
where
updateMany :: (a -> ComponentName) -- ^ get 'ComponentName' from @a@
-> (BuildInfo -> a -> a) -- ^ @updateExecutable@, @updateLibrary@, etc
-> [a] -- ^list of components to update
-> [a] -- ^list with updated components
updateMany name update cs' = foldr (updateOne name update) cs' hooked_bis
updateOne :: (a -> ComponentName) -- ^ get 'ComponentName' from @a@
-> (BuildInfo -> a -> a) -- ^ @updateExecutable@, @updateLibrary@, etc
-> (ComponentName, BuildInfo) -- ^(name, new buildinfo)
-> [a] -- ^list of components to update
-> [a] -- ^list with name component updated
updateOne _ _ _ [] = []
updateOne name_sel update hooked_bi'@(name,bi) (c:cs)
| name_sel c == name ||
-- Special case: an empty name means "please update the BuildInfo for
-- the public library, i.e. the one with the same name as the
-- package." See 'parseHookedBuildInfo'.
name == CLibName "" && name_sel c == defaultLibName (package p)
= update bi c : cs
| otherwise = c : updateOne name_sel update hooked_bi' cs
updateExecutable bi exe = exe{buildInfo = bi `mappend` buildInfo exe}
updateLibrary bi lib = lib{libBuildInfo = bi `mappend` libBuildInfo lib}
updateBenchmark bi ben = ben{benchmarkBuildInfo = bi `mappend` benchmarkBuildInfo ben}
updateTestSuite bi test = test{testBuildInfo = bi `mappend` testBuildInfo test}
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The GenericPackageDescription type
data GenericPackageDescription =
GenericPackageDescription {
packageDescription :: PackageDescription,
genPackageFlags :: [Flag],
condLibraries :: [(String, CondTree ConfVar [Dependency] Library)],
condExecutables :: [(String, CondTree ConfVar [Dependency] Executable)],
condTestSuites :: [(String, CondTree ConfVar [Dependency] TestSuite)],
condBenchmarks :: [(String, CondTree ConfVar [Dependency] Benchmark)]
}
deriving (Show, Eq, Typeable, Data, Generic)
instance Package GenericPackageDescription where
packageId = packageId . packageDescription
instance Binary GenericPackageDescription
-- | A flag can represent a feature to be included, or a way of linking
-- a target against its dependencies, or in fact whatever you can think of.
data Flag = MkFlag
{ flagName :: FlagName
, flagDescription :: String
, flagDefault :: Bool
, flagManual :: Bool
}
deriving (Show, Eq, Typeable, Data, Generic)
instance Binary Flag
-- | A 'FlagName' is the name of a user-defined configuration flag
newtype FlagName = FlagName String
deriving (Eq, Generic, Ord, Show, Read, Typeable, Data)
instance Binary FlagName
-- | A 'FlagAssignment' is a total or partial mapping of 'FlagName's to
-- 'Bool' flag values. It represents the flags chosen by the user or
-- discovered during configuration. For example @--flags=foo --flags=-bar@
-- becomes @[("foo", True), ("bar", False)]@
--
type FlagAssignment = [(FlagName, Bool)]
-- | A @ConfVar@ represents the variable type used.
data ConfVar = OS OS
| Arch Arch
| Flag FlagName
| Impl CompilerFlavor VersionRange
deriving (Eq, Show, Typeable, Data, Generic)
instance Binary ConfVar
-- | A boolean expression parameterized over the variable type used.
data Condition c = Var c
| Lit Bool
| CNot (Condition c)
| COr (Condition c) (Condition c)
| CAnd (Condition c) (Condition c)
deriving (Show, Eq, Typeable, Data, Generic)
-- | Boolean negation of a 'Condition' value.
cNot :: Condition a -> Condition a
cNot (Lit b) = Lit (not b)
cNot (CNot c) = c
cNot c = CNot c
-- | Boolean AND of two 'Condtion' values.
cAnd :: Condition a -> Condition a -> Condition a
cAnd (Lit False) _ = Lit False
cAnd _ (Lit False) = Lit False
cAnd (Lit True) x = x
cAnd x (Lit True) = x
cAnd x y = CAnd x y
-- | Boolean OR of two 'Condition' values.
cOr :: Eq v => Condition v -> Condition v -> Condition v
cOr (Lit True) _ = Lit True
cOr _ (Lit True) = Lit True
cOr (Lit False) x = x
cOr x (Lit False) = x
cOr c (CNot d)
| c == d = Lit True
cOr (CNot c) d
| c == d = Lit True
cOr x y = COr x y
instance Functor Condition where
f `fmap` Var c = Var (f c)
_ `fmap` Lit c = Lit c
f `fmap` CNot c = CNot (fmap f c)
f `fmap` COr c d = COr (fmap f c) (fmap f d)
f `fmap` CAnd c d = CAnd (fmap f c) (fmap f d)
instance Foldable Condition where
f `foldMap` Var c = f c
_ `foldMap` Lit _ = mempty
f `foldMap` CNot c = Fold.foldMap f c
f `foldMap` COr c d = foldMap f c `mappend` foldMap f d
f `foldMap` CAnd c d = foldMap f c `mappend` foldMap f d
instance Traversable Condition where
f `traverse` Var c = Var `fmap` f c
_ `traverse` Lit c = pure $ Lit c
f `traverse` CNot c = CNot `fmap` Trav.traverse f c
f `traverse` COr c d = COr `fmap` traverse f c <*> traverse f d
f `traverse` CAnd c d = CAnd `fmap` traverse f c <*> traverse f d
instance Applicative Condition where
pure = Var
(<*>) = ap
instance Monad Condition where
return = AP.pure
-- Terminating cases
(>>=) (Lit x) _ = Lit x
(>>=) (Var x) f = f x
-- Recursing cases
(>>=) (CNot x ) f = CNot (x >>= f)
(>>=) (COr x y) f = COr (x >>= f) (y >>= f)
(>>=) (CAnd x y) f = CAnd (x >>= f) (y >>= f)
instance Monoid (Condition a) where
mempty = Lit False
mappend = (Semi.<>)
instance Semigroup (Condition a) where
(<>) = COr
instance Alternative Condition where
empty = mempty
(<|>) = mappend
instance MonadPlus Condition where
mzero = mempty
mplus = mappend
instance Binary c => Binary (Condition c)
data CondTree v c a = CondNode
{ condTreeData :: a
, condTreeConstraints :: c
, condTreeComponents :: [( Condition v
, CondTree v c a
, Maybe (CondTree v c a))]
}
deriving (Show, Eq, Typeable, Data, Generic)
instance (Binary v, Binary c, Binary a) => Binary (CondTree v c a)
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