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//! The current rustc diagnostics emitter.
//!
//! An `Emitter` takes care of generating the output from a `DiagnosticBuilder` struct.
//!
//! There are various `Emitter` implementations that generate different output formats such as
//! JSON and human readable output.
//!
//! The output types are defined in `librustc::session::config::ErrorOutputType`.
use Destination::*;
use syntax_pos::{SourceFile, Span, MultiSpan};
use crate::{
Level, CodeSuggestion, DiagnosticBuilder, SubDiagnostic,
SuggestionStyle, SourceMapperDyn, DiagnosticId,
};
use crate::Level::Error;
use crate::snippet::{Annotation, AnnotationType, Line, MultilineAnnotation, StyledString, Style};
use crate::styled_buffer::StyledBuffer;
use rustc_data_structures::fx::FxHashMap;
use rustc_data_structures::sync::Lrc;
use std::borrow::Cow;
use std::io::prelude::*;
use std::io;
use std::cmp::{min, max, Reverse};
use std::path::Path;
use termcolor::{StandardStream, ColorChoice, ColorSpec, BufferWriter, Ansi};
use termcolor::{WriteColor, Color, Buffer};
/// Describes the way the content of the `rendered` field of the json output is generated
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, PartialEq, Eq)]
pub enum HumanReadableErrorType {
Default(ColorConfig),
AnnotateSnippet(ColorConfig),
Short(ColorConfig),
}
impl HumanReadableErrorType {
/// Returns a (`short`, `color`) tuple
pub fn unzip(self) -> (bool, ColorConfig) {
match self {
HumanReadableErrorType::Default(cc) => (false, cc),
HumanReadableErrorType::Short(cc) => (true, cc),
HumanReadableErrorType::AnnotateSnippet(cc) => (false, cc),
}
}
pub fn new_emitter(
self,
dst: Box<dyn Write + Send>,
source_map: Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>,
teach: bool,
terminal_width: Option<usize>,
) -> EmitterWriter {
let (short, color_config) = self.unzip();
let color = color_config.suggests_using_colors();
EmitterWriter::new(dst, source_map, short, teach, color, terminal_width)
}
}
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug)]
struct Margin {
/// The available whitespace in the left that can be consumed when centering.
pub whitespace_left: usize,
/// The column of the beginning of left-most span.
pub span_left: usize,
/// The column of the end of right-most span.
pub span_right: usize,
/// The beginning of the line to be displayed.
pub computed_left: usize,
/// The end of the line to be displayed.
pub computed_right: usize,
/// The current width of the terminal. 140 by default and in tests.
pub column_width: usize,
/// The end column of a span label, including the span. Doesn't account for labels not in the
/// same line as the span.
pub label_right: usize,
}
impl Margin {
fn new(
whitespace_left: usize,
span_left: usize,
span_right: usize,
label_right: usize,
column_width: usize,
max_line_len: usize,
) -> Self {
// The 6 is padding to give a bit of room for `...` when displaying:
// ```
// error: message
// --> file.rs:16:58
// |
// 16 | ... fn foo(self) -> Self::Bar {
// | ^^^^^^^^^
// ```
let mut m = Margin {
whitespace_left: if whitespace_left >= 6 { whitespace_left - 6 } else { 0 },
span_left: if span_left >= 6 { span_left - 6 } else { 0 },
span_right: span_right + 6,
computed_left: 0,
computed_right: 0,
column_width,
label_right: label_right + 6,
};
m.compute(max_line_len);
m
}
fn was_cut_left(&self) -> bool {
self.computed_left > 0
}
fn was_cut_right(&self, line_len: usize) -> bool {
let right = if self.computed_right == self.span_right ||
self.computed_right == self.label_right
{
// Account for the "..." padding given above. Otherwise we end up with code lines that
// do fit but end in "..." as if they were trimmed.
self.computed_right - 6
} else {
self.computed_right
};
right < line_len && line_len > self.computed_left + self.column_width
}
fn compute(&mut self, max_line_len: usize) {
// When there's a lot of whitespace (>20), we want to trim it as it is useless.
self.computed_left = if self.whitespace_left > 20 {
self.whitespace_left - 16 // We want some padding.
} else {
0
};
// We want to show as much as possible, max_line_len is the right-most boundary for the
// relevant code.
self.computed_right = max(max_line_len, self.computed_left);
if self.computed_right - self.computed_left > self.column_width {
// Trimming only whitespace isn't enough, let's get craftier.
if self.label_right - self.whitespace_left <= self.column_width {
// Attempt to fit the code window only trimming whitespace.
self.computed_left = self.whitespace_left;
self.computed_right = self.computed_left + self.column_width;
} else if self.label_right - self.span_left <= self.column_width {
// Attempt to fit the code window considering only the spans and labels.
let padding_left = (self.column_width - (self.label_right - self.span_left)) / 2;
self.computed_left = self.span_left.saturating_sub(padding_left);
self.computed_right = self.computed_left + self.column_width;
} else if self.span_right - self.span_left <= self.column_width {
// Attempt to fit the code window considering the spans and labels plus padding.
let padding_left = (self.column_width - (self.span_right - self.span_left)) / 5 * 2;
self.computed_left = self.span_left.saturating_sub(padding_left);
self.computed_right = self.computed_left + self.column_width;
} else { // Mostly give up but still don't show the full line.
self.computed_left = self.span_left;
self.computed_right = self.span_right;
}
}
}
fn left(&self, line_len: usize) -> usize {
min(self.computed_left, line_len)
}
fn right(&self, line_len: usize) -> usize {
if max(line_len, self.computed_left) - self.computed_left <= self.column_width {
line_len
} else if self.computed_right > line_len {
line_len
} else {
self.computed_right
}
}
}
const ANONYMIZED_LINE_NUM: &str = "LL";
/// Emitter trait for emitting errors.
pub trait Emitter {
/// Emit a structured diagnostic.
fn emit_diagnostic(&mut self, db: &DiagnosticBuilder<'_>);
/// Emit a notification that an artifact has been output.
/// This is currently only supported for the JSON format,
/// other formats can, and will, simply ignore it.
fn emit_artifact_notification(&mut self, _path: &Path, _artifact_type: &str) {}
/// Checks if should show explanations about "rustc --explain"
fn should_show_explain(&self) -> bool {
true
}
/// Formats the substitutions of the primary_span
///
/// The are a lot of conditions to this method, but in short:
///
/// * If the current `Diagnostic` has only one visible `CodeSuggestion`,
/// we format the `help` suggestion depending on the content of the
/// substitutions. In that case, we return the modified span only.
///
/// * If the current `Diagnostic` has multiple suggestions,
/// we return the original `primary_span` and the original suggestions.
fn primary_span_formatted<'a>(
&mut self,
db: &'a DiagnosticBuilder<'_>
) -> (MultiSpan, &'a [CodeSuggestion]) {
let mut primary_span = db.span.clone();
if let Some((sugg, rest)) = db.suggestions.split_first() {
if rest.is_empty() &&
// ^ if there is only one suggestion
// don't display multi-suggestions as labels
sugg.substitutions.len() == 1 &&
// don't display multipart suggestions as labels
sugg.substitutions[0].parts.len() == 1 &&
// don't display long messages as labels
sugg.msg.split_whitespace().count() < 10 &&
// don't display multiline suggestions as labels
!sugg.substitutions[0].parts[0].snippet.contains('\n') &&
// when this style is set we want the suggestion to be a message, not inline
sugg.style != SuggestionStyle::HideCodeAlways &&
// trivial suggestion for tooling's sake, never shown
sugg.style != SuggestionStyle::CompletelyHidden
{
let substitution = &sugg.substitutions[0].parts[0].snippet.trim();
let msg = if substitution.len() == 0 || sugg.style.hide_inline() {
// This substitution is only removal OR we explicitly don't want to show the
// code inline (`hide_inline`). Therefore, we don't show the substitution.
format!("help: {}", sugg.msg)
} else {
// Show the default suggestion text with the substitution
format!("help: {}: `{}`", sugg.msg, substitution)
};
primary_span.push_span_label(sugg.substitutions[0].parts[0].span, msg);
// We return only the modified primary_span
(primary_span, &[])
} else {
// if there are multiple suggestions, print them all in full
// to be consistent. We could try to figure out if we can
// make one (or the first one) inline, but that would give
// undue importance to a semi-random suggestion
(primary_span, &db.suggestions)
}
} else {
(primary_span, &db.suggestions)
}
}
// This does a small "fix" for multispans by looking to see if it can find any that
// point directly at <*macros>. Since these are often difficult to read, this
// will change the span to point at the use site.
fn fix_multispans_in_std_macros(&self,
source_map: &Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>,
span: &mut MultiSpan,
children: &mut Vec<SubDiagnostic>,
level: &Level,
backtrace: bool) {
let mut spans_updated = self.fix_multispan_in_std_macros(source_map, span, backtrace);
for child in children.iter_mut() {
spans_updated |= self.fix_multispan_in_std_macros(
source_map,
&mut child.span,
backtrace
);
}
let msg = if level == &Error {
"this error originates in a macro outside of the current crate \
(in Nightly builds, run with -Z external-macro-backtrace \
for more info)".to_string()
} else {
"this warning originates in a macro outside of the current crate \
(in Nightly builds, run with -Z external-macro-backtrace \
for more info)".to_string()
};
if spans_updated {
children.push(SubDiagnostic {
level: Level::Note,
message: vec![
(msg,
Style::NoStyle),
],
span: MultiSpan::new(),
render_span: None,
});
}
}
// This "fixes" MultiSpans that contain Spans that are pointing to locations inside of
// <*macros>. Since these locations are often difficult to read, we move these Spans from
// <*macros> to their corresponding use site.
fn fix_multispan_in_std_macros(&self,
source_map: &Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>,
span: &mut MultiSpan,
always_backtrace: bool) -> bool {
let mut spans_updated = false;
if let Some(ref sm) = source_map {
let mut before_after: Vec<(Span, Span)> = vec![];
let mut new_labels: Vec<(Span, String)> = vec![];
// First, find all the spans in <*macros> and point instead at their use site
for sp in span.primary_spans() {
if sp.is_dummy() {
continue;
}
let call_sp = sm.call_span_if_macro(*sp);
if call_sp != *sp && !always_backtrace {
before_after.push((*sp, call_sp));
}
let backtrace_len = sp.macro_backtrace().len();
for (i, trace) in sp.macro_backtrace().iter().rev().enumerate() {
// Only show macro locations that are local
// and display them like a span_note
if trace.def_site_span.is_dummy() {
continue;
}
if always_backtrace {
new_labels.push((trace.def_site_span,
format!("in this expansion of `{}`{}",
trace.macro_decl_name,
if backtrace_len > 2 {
// if backtrace_len == 1 it'll be pointed
// at by "in this macro invocation"
format!(" (#{})", i + 1)
} else {
String::new()
})));
}
// Check to make sure we're not in any <*macros>
if !sm.span_to_filename(trace.def_site_span).is_macros() &&
!trace.macro_decl_name.starts_with("desugaring of ") &&
!trace.macro_decl_name.starts_with("#[") ||
always_backtrace {
new_labels.push((trace.call_site,
format!("in this macro invocation{}",
if backtrace_len > 2 && always_backtrace {
// only specify order when the macro
// backtrace is multiple levels deep
format!(" (#{})", i + 1)
} else {
String::new()
})));
if !always_backtrace {
break;
}
}
}
}
for (label_span, label_text) in new_labels {
span.push_span_label(label_span, label_text);
}
for sp_label in span.span_labels() {
if sp_label.span.is_dummy() {
continue;
}
if sm.span_to_filename(sp_label.span.clone()).is_macros() &&
!always_backtrace
{
let v = sp_label.span.macro_backtrace();
if let Some(use_site) = v.last() {
before_after.push((sp_label.span.clone(), use_site.call_site.clone()));
}
}
}
// After we have them, make sure we replace these 'bad' def sites with their use sites
for (before, after) in before_after {
span.replace(before, after);
spans_updated = true;
}
}
spans_updated
}
}
impl Emitter for EmitterWriter {
fn emit_diagnostic(&mut self, db: &DiagnosticBuilder<'_>) {
let mut children = db.children.clone();
let (mut primary_span, suggestions) = self.primary_span_formatted(&db);
self.fix_multispans_in_std_macros(&self.sm,
&mut primary_span,
&mut children,
&db.level,
db.handler().flags.external_macro_backtrace);
self.emit_messages_default(&db.level,
&db.styled_message(),
&db.code,
&primary_span,
&children,
&suggestions);
}
fn should_show_explain(&self) -> bool {
!self.short_message
}
}
/// maximum number of lines we will print for each error; arbitrary.
pub const MAX_HIGHLIGHT_LINES: usize = 6;
/// maximum number of suggestions to be shown
///
/// Arbitrary, but taken from trait import suggestion limit
pub const MAX_SUGGESTIONS: usize = 4;
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, PartialEq, Eq)]
pub enum ColorConfig {
Auto,
Always,
Never,
}
impl ColorConfig {
fn to_color_choice(self) -> ColorChoice {
match self {
ColorConfig::Always => {
if atty::is(atty::Stream::Stderr) {
ColorChoice::Always
} else {
ColorChoice::AlwaysAnsi
}
}
ColorConfig::Never => ColorChoice::Never,
ColorConfig::Auto if atty::is(atty::Stream::Stderr) => {
ColorChoice::Auto
}
ColorConfig::Auto => ColorChoice::Never,
}
}
fn suggests_using_colors(self) -> bool {
match self {
| ColorConfig::Always
| ColorConfig::Auto
=> true,
ColorConfig::Never => false,
}
}
}
/// Handles the writing of `HumanReadableErrorType::Default` and `HumanReadableErrorType::Short`
pub struct EmitterWriter {
dst: Destination,
sm: Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>,
short_message: bool,
teach: bool,
ui_testing: bool,
terminal_width: Option<usize>,
}
#[derive(Debug)]
pub struct FileWithAnnotatedLines {
pub file: Lrc<SourceFile>,
pub lines: Vec<Line>,
multiline_depth: usize,
}
impl EmitterWriter {
pub fn stderr(
color_config: ColorConfig,
source_map: Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>,
short_message: bool,
teach: bool,
terminal_width: Option<usize>,
) -> EmitterWriter {
let dst = Destination::from_stderr(color_config);
EmitterWriter {
dst,
sm: source_map,
short_message,
teach,
ui_testing: false,
terminal_width,
}
}
pub fn new(
dst: Box<dyn Write + Send>,
source_map: Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>,
short_message: bool,
teach: bool,
colored: bool,
terminal_width: Option<usize>,
) -> EmitterWriter {
EmitterWriter {
dst: Raw(dst, colored),
sm: source_map,
short_message,
teach,
ui_testing: false,
terminal_width,
}
}
pub fn ui_testing(mut self, ui_testing: bool) -> Self {
self.ui_testing = ui_testing;
self
}
fn maybe_anonymized(&self, line_num: usize) -> String {
if self.ui_testing {
ANONYMIZED_LINE_NUM.to_string()
} else {
line_num.to_string()
}
}
fn draw_line(
&self,
buffer: &mut StyledBuffer,
source_string: &str,
line_index: usize,
line_offset: usize,
width_offset: usize,
code_offset: usize,
margin: Margin,
) {
let line_len = source_string.len();
// Create the source line we will highlight.
let left = margin.left(line_len);
let right = margin.right(line_len);
// On long lines, we strip the source line, accounting for unicode.
let mut taken = 0;
let code: String = source_string.chars().skip(left).take_while(|ch| {
// Make sure that the trimming on the right will fall within the terminal width.
// FIXME: `unicode_width` sometimes disagrees with terminals on how wide a `char` is.
// For now, just accept that sometimes the code line will be longer than desired.
let next = unicode_width::UnicodeWidthChar::width(*ch).unwrap_or(1);
if taken + next > right - left {
return false;
}
taken += next;
true
}).collect();
buffer.puts(line_offset, code_offset, &code, Style::Quotation);
if margin.was_cut_left() {
// We have stripped some code/whitespace from the beginning, make it clear.
buffer.puts(line_offset, code_offset, "...", Style::LineNumber);
}
if margin.was_cut_right(line_len) {
// We have stripped some code after the right-most span end, make it clear we did so.
buffer.puts(line_offset, code_offset + taken - 3, "...", Style::LineNumber);
}
buffer.puts(line_offset, 0, &self.maybe_anonymized(line_index), Style::LineNumber);
draw_col_separator(buffer, line_offset, width_offset - 2);
}
fn render_source_line(
&self,
buffer: &mut StyledBuffer,
file: Lrc<SourceFile>,
line: &Line,
width_offset: usize,
code_offset: usize,
margin: Margin,
) -> Vec<(usize, Style)> {
// Draw:
//
// LL | ... code ...
// | ^^-^ span label
// | |
// | secondary span label
//
// ^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ we don't care about code too far to the right of a span, we trim it
// | | | |
// | | | actual code found in your source code and the spans we use to mark it
// | | when there's too much wasted space to the left, trim it
// | vertical divider between the column number and the code
// column number
if line.line_index == 0 {
return Vec::new();
}
let source_string = match file.get_line(line.line_index - 1) {
Some(s) => s,
None => return Vec::new(),
};
let line_offset = buffer.num_lines();
let left = margin.left(source_string.len()); // Left trim
// Account for unicode characters of width !=0 that were removed.
let left = source_string.chars().take(left).fold(0, |acc, ch| {
acc + unicode_width::UnicodeWidthChar::width(ch).unwrap_or(1)
});
self.draw_line(
buffer,
&source_string,
line.line_index,
line_offset,
width_offset,
code_offset,
margin,
);
// Special case when there's only one annotation involved, it is the start of a multiline
// span and there's no text at the beginning of the code line. Instead of doing the whole
// graph:
//
// 2 | fn foo() {
// | _^
// 3 | |
// 4 | | }
// | |_^ test
//
// we simplify the output to:
//
// 2 | / fn foo() {
// 3 | |
// 4 | | }
// | |_^ test
if line.annotations.len() == 1 {
if let Some(ref ann) = line.annotations.get(0) {
if let AnnotationType::MultilineStart(depth) = ann.annotation_type {
if source_string.chars().take(ann.start_col).all(|c| c.is_whitespace()) {
let style = if ann.is_primary {
Style::UnderlinePrimary
} else {
Style::UnderlineSecondary
};
buffer.putc(line_offset, width_offset + depth - 1, '/', style);
return vec![(depth, style)];
}
}
}
}
// We want to display like this:
//
// vec.push(vec.pop().unwrap());
// --- ^^^ - previous borrow ends here
// | |
// | error occurs here
// previous borrow of `vec` occurs here
//
// But there are some weird edge cases to be aware of:
//
// vec.push(vec.pop().unwrap());
// -------- - previous borrow ends here
// ||
// |this makes no sense
// previous borrow of `vec` occurs here
//
// For this reason, we group the lines into "highlight lines"
// and "annotations lines", where the highlight lines have the `^`.
// Sort the annotations by (start, end col)
// The labels are reversed, sort and then reversed again.
// Consider a list of annotations (A1, A2, C1, C2, B1, B2) where
// the letter signifies the span. Here we are only sorting by the
// span and hence, the order of the elements with the same span will
// not change. On reversing the ordering (|a, b| but b.cmp(a)), you get
// (C1, C2, B1, B2, A1, A2). All the elements with the same span are
// still ordered first to last, but all the elements with different
// spans are ordered by their spans in last to first order. Last to
// first order is important, because the jiggly lines and | are on
// the left, so the rightmost span needs to be rendered first,
// otherwise the lines would end up needing to go over a message.
let mut annotations = line.annotations.clone();
annotations.sort_by_key(|a| Reverse(a.start_col));
// First, figure out where each label will be positioned.
//
// In the case where you have the following annotations:
//
// vec.push(vec.pop().unwrap());
// -------- - previous borrow ends here [C]
// ||
// |this makes no sense [B]
// previous borrow of `vec` occurs here [A]
//
// `annotations_position` will hold [(2, A), (1, B), (0, C)].
//
// We try, when possible, to stick the rightmost annotation at the end
// of the highlight line:
//
// vec.push(vec.pop().unwrap());
// --- --- - previous borrow ends here
//
// But sometimes that's not possible because one of the other
// annotations overlaps it. For example, from the test
// `span_overlap_label`, we have the following annotations
// (written on distinct lines for clarity):
//
// fn foo(x: u32) {
// --------------
// -
//
// In this case, we can't stick the rightmost-most label on
// the highlight line, or we would get:
//
// fn foo(x: u32) {
// -------- x_span
// |
// fn_span
//
// which is totally weird. Instead we want:
//
// fn foo(x: u32) {
// --------------
// | |
// | x_span
// fn_span
//
// which is...less weird, at least. In fact, in general, if
// the rightmost span overlaps with any other span, we should
// use the "hang below" version, so we can at least make it
// clear where the span *starts*. There's an exception for this
// logic, when the labels do not have a message:
//
// fn foo(x: u32) {
// --------------
// |
// x_span
//
// instead of:
//
// fn foo(x: u32) {
// --------------
// | |
// | x_span
// <EMPTY LINE>
//
let mut annotations_position = vec![];
let mut line_len = 0;
let mut p = 0;
for (i, annotation) in annotations.iter().enumerate() {
for (j, next) in annotations.iter().enumerate() {
if overlaps(next, annotation, 0) // This label overlaps with another one and both
&& annotation.has_label() // take space (they have text and are not
&& j > i // multiline lines).
&& p == 0 // We're currently on the first line, move the label one line down
{
// If we're overlapping with an un-labelled annotation with the same span
// we can just merge them in the output
if next.start_col == annotation.start_col
&& next.end_col == annotation.end_col
&& !next.has_label()
{
continue;
}
// This annotation needs a new line in the output.
p += 1;
break;
}
}
annotations_position.push((p, annotation));
for (j, next) in annotations.iter().enumerate() {
if j > i {
let l = if let Some(ref label) = next.label {
label.len() + 2
} else {
0
};
if (overlaps(next, annotation, l) // Do not allow two labels to be in the same
// line if they overlap including padding, to
// avoid situations like:
//
// fn foo(x: u32) {
// -------^------
// | |
// fn_spanx_span
//
&& annotation.has_label() // Both labels must have some text, otherwise
&& next.has_label()) // they are not overlapping.
// Do not add a new line if this annotation
// or the next are vertical line placeholders.
|| (annotation.takes_space() // If either this or the next annotation is
&& next.has_label()) // multiline start/end, move it to a new line
|| (annotation.has_label() // so as not to overlap the orizontal lines.
&& next.takes_space())
|| (annotation.takes_space() && next.takes_space())
|| (overlaps(next, annotation, l)
&& next.end_col <= annotation.end_col
&& next.has_label()
&& p == 0) // Avoid #42595.
{
// This annotation needs a new line in the output.
p += 1;
break;
}
}
}
if line_len < p {
line_len = p;
}
}
if line_len != 0 {
line_len += 1;
}
// If there are no annotations or the only annotations on this line are
// MultilineLine, then there's only code being shown, stop processing.
if line.annotations.iter().all(|a| a.is_line()) {
return vec![];
}
// Write the colunmn separator.
//
// After this we will have:
//
// 2 | fn foo() {
// |
// |
// |
// 3 |
// 4 | }
// |
for pos in 0..=line_len {
draw_col_separator(buffer, line_offset + pos + 1, width_offset - 2);
buffer.putc(line_offset + pos + 1,
width_offset - 2,
'|',
Style::LineNumber);
}
// Write the horizontal lines for multiline annotations
// (only the first and last lines need this).
//
// After this we will have:
//
// 2 | fn foo() {
// | __________
// |
// |
// 3 |
// 4 | }
// | _
for &(pos, annotation) in &annotations_position {
let style = if annotation.is_primary {
Style::UnderlinePrimary
} else {
Style::UnderlineSecondary
};
let pos = pos + 1;
match annotation.annotation_type {
AnnotationType::MultilineStart(depth) |
AnnotationType::MultilineEnd(depth) => {
draw_range(
buffer,
'_',
line_offset + pos,
width_offset + depth,
code_offset + annotation.start_col - left,
style,
);
}
_ if self.teach => {
buffer.set_style_range(
line_offset,
code_offset + annotation.start_col - left,
code_offset + annotation.end_col - left,
style,
annotation.is_primary,
);
}
_ => {}
}
}
// Write the vertical lines for labels that are on a different line as the underline.
//
// After this we will have:
//
// 2 | fn foo() {
// | __________
// | | |
// | |
// 3 |
// 4 | | }
// | |_
for &(pos, annotation) in &annotations_position {
let style = if annotation.is_primary {
Style::UnderlinePrimary
} else {
Style::UnderlineSecondary
};
let pos = pos + 1;
if pos > 1 && (annotation.has_label() || annotation.takes_space()) {
for p in line_offset + 1..=line_offset + pos {
buffer.putc(p,
code_offset + annotation.start_col - margin.computed_left,
'|',
style);
}
}
match annotation.annotation_type {
AnnotationType::MultilineStart(depth) => {
for p in line_offset + pos + 1..line_offset + line_len + 2 {
buffer.putc(p,
width_offset + depth - 1,
'|',
style);
}
}
AnnotationType::MultilineEnd(depth) => {
for p in line_offset..=line_offset + pos {
buffer.putc(p,
width_offset + depth - 1,
'|',
style);
}
}
_ => (),
}
}
// Write the labels on the annotations that actually have a label.
//
// After this we will have:
//
// 2 | fn foo() {
// | __________
// | |
// | something about `foo`
// 3 |
// 4 | }
// | _ test
for &(pos, annotation) in &annotations_position {
let style = if annotation.is_primary {
Style::LabelPrimary
} else {
Style::LabelSecondary
};
let (pos, col) = if pos == 0 {
(pos + 1, if annotation.end_col + 1 > left {
annotation.end_col + 1 - left
} else {
0
})
} else {
(pos + 2, if annotation.start_col > left {
annotation.start_col - left
} else {
0
})
};
if let Some(ref label) = annotation.label {
buffer.puts(line_offset + pos, code_offset + col, &label, style);
}
}
// Sort from biggest span to smallest span so that smaller spans are
// represented in the output:
//
// x | fn foo()
// | ^^^---^^
// | | |
// | | something about `foo`
// | something about `fn foo()`
annotations_position.sort_by(|a, b| {
// Decreasing order. When `a` and `b` are the same length, prefer `Primary`.
(a.1.len(), !a.1.is_primary).cmp(&(b.1.len(), !b.1.is_primary)).reverse()
});
// Write the underlines.
//
// After this we will have:
//
// 2 | fn foo() {
// | ____-_____^
// | |
// | something about `foo`
// 3 |
// 4 | }
// | _^ test
for &(_, annotation) in &annotations_position {
let (underline, style) = if annotation.is_primary {
('^', Style::UnderlinePrimary)
} else {
('-', Style::UnderlineSecondary)
};
for p in annotation.start_col..annotation.end_col {
buffer.putc(
line_offset + 1,
if code_offset + p > left {
code_offset + p - left
} else {
0
},
underline,
style,
);
}
}
annotations_position.iter().filter_map(|&(_, annotation)| {
match annotation.annotation_type {
AnnotationType::MultilineStart(p) | AnnotationType::MultilineEnd(p) => {
let style = if annotation.is_primary {
Style::LabelPrimary
} else {
Style::LabelSecondary
};
Some((p, style))
}
_ => None
}
}).collect::<Vec<_>>()
}
fn get_multispan_max_line_num(&mut self, msp: &MultiSpan) -> usize {
let mut max = 0;
if let Some(ref sm) = self.sm {
for primary_span in msp.primary_spans() {
if !primary_span.is_dummy() {
let hi = sm.lookup_char_pos(primary_span.hi());
if hi.line > max {
max = hi.line;
}
}
}
if !self.short_message {
for span_label in msp.span_labels() {
if !span_label.span.is_dummy() {
let hi = sm.lookup_char_pos(span_label.span.hi());
if hi.line > max {
max = hi.line;
}
}
}
}
}
max
}
fn get_max_line_num(&mut self, span: &MultiSpan, children: &[SubDiagnostic]) -> usize {
let mut max = 0;
let primary = self.get_multispan_max_line_num(span);
max = if primary > max { primary } else { max };
for sub in children {
let sub_result = self.get_multispan_max_line_num(&sub.span);
max = if sub_result > max { primary } else { max };
}
max
}
/// Adds a left margin to every line but the first, given a padding length and the label being
/// displayed, keeping the provided highlighting.
fn msg_to_buffer(&self,
buffer: &mut StyledBuffer,
msg: &[(String, Style)],
padding: usize,
label: &str,
override_style: Option<Style>) {
// The extra 5 ` ` is padding that's always needed to align to the `note: `:
//
// error: message
// --> file.rs:13:20
// |
// 13 | <CODE>
// | ^^^^
// |
// = note: multiline
// message
// ++^^^----xx
// | | | |
// | | | magic `2`
// | | length of label
// | magic `3`
// `max_line_num_len`
let padding = " ".repeat(padding + label.len() + 5);
/// Returns `true` if `style`, or the override if present and the style is `NoStyle`.
fn style_or_override(style: Style, override_style: Option<Style>) -> Style {
if let Some(o) = override_style {
if style == Style::NoStyle {
return o;
}
}
style
}
let mut line_number = 0;
// Provided the following diagnostic message:
//
// let msg = vec![
// ("
// ("highlighted multiline\nstring to\nsee how it ", Style::NoStyle),
// ("looks", Style::Highlight),
// ("with\nvery ", Style::NoStyle),
// ("weird", Style::Highlight),
// (" formats\n", Style::NoStyle),
// ("see?", Style::Highlight),
// ];
//
// the expected output on a note is (* surround the highlighted text)
//
// = note: highlighted multiline
// string to
// see how it *looks* with
// very *weird* formats
// see?
for &(ref text, ref style) in msg.iter() {
let lines = text.split('\n').collect::<Vec<_>>();
if lines.len() > 1 {
for (i, line) in lines.iter().enumerate() {
if i != 0 {
line_number += 1;
buffer.append(line_number, &padding, Style::NoStyle);
}
buffer.append(line_number, line, style_or_override(*style, override_style));
}
} else {
buffer.append(line_number, text, style_or_override(*style, override_style));
}
}
}
fn emit_message_default(
&mut self,
msp: &MultiSpan,
msg: &[(String, Style)],
code: &Option<DiagnosticId>,
level: &Level,
max_line_num_len: usize,
is_secondary: bool,
) -> io::Result<()> {
let mut buffer = StyledBuffer::new();
let header_style = if is_secondary {
Style::HeaderMsg
} else {
Style::MainHeaderMsg
};
if !msp.has_primary_spans() && !msp.has_span_labels() && is_secondary
&& !self.short_message {
// This is a secondary message with no span info
for _ in 0..max_line_num_len {
buffer.prepend(0, " ", Style::NoStyle);
}
draw_note_separator(&mut buffer, 0, max_line_num_len + 1);
if *level != Level::FailureNote {
let level_str = level.to_string();
if !level_str.is_empty() {
buffer.append(0, &level_str, Style::MainHeaderMsg);
buffer.append(0, ": ", Style::NoStyle);
}
}
self.msg_to_buffer(&mut buffer, msg, max_line_num_len, "note", None);
} else {
let level_str = level.to_string();
// The failure note level itself does not provide any useful diagnostic information
if *level != Level::FailureNote && !level_str.is_empty() {
buffer.append(0, &level_str, Style::Level(level.clone()));
}
// only render error codes, not lint codes
if let Some(DiagnosticId::Error(ref code)) = *code {
buffer.append(0, "[", Style::Level(level.clone()));
buffer.append(0, &code, Style::Level(level.clone()));
buffer.append(0, "]", Style::Level(level.clone()));
}
if *level != Level::FailureNote && !level_str.is_empty() {
buffer.append(0, ": ", header_style);
}
for &(ref text, _) in msg.iter() {
buffer.append(0, text, header_style);
}
}
let mut annotated_files = FileWithAnnotatedLines::collect_annotations(msp, &self.sm);
// Make sure our primary file comes first
let (primary_lo, sm) = if let (Some(sm), Some(ref primary_span)) =
(self.sm.as_ref(), msp.primary_span().as_ref()) {
if !primary_span.is_dummy() {
(sm.lookup_char_pos(primary_span.lo()), sm)
} else {
emit_to_destination(&buffer.render(), level, &mut self.dst, self.short_message)?;
return Ok(());
}
} else {
// If we don't have span information, emit and exit
emit_to_destination(&buffer.render(), level, &mut self.dst, self.short_message)?;
return Ok(());
};
if let Ok(pos) =
annotated_files.binary_search_by(|x| x.file.name.cmp(&primary_lo.file.name)) {
annotated_files.swap(0, pos);
}
// Print out the annotate source lines that correspond with the error
for annotated_file in annotated_files {
// we can't annotate anything if the source is unavailable.
if !sm.ensure_source_file_source_present(annotated_file.file.clone()) {
continue;
}
// print out the span location and spacer before we print the annotated source
// to do this, we need to know if this span will be primary
let is_primary = primary_lo.file.name == annotated_file.file.name;
if is_primary {
let loc = primary_lo.clone();
if !self.short_message {
// remember where we are in the output buffer for easy reference
let buffer_msg_line_offset = buffer.num_lines();
buffer.prepend(buffer_msg_line_offset, "--> ", Style::LineNumber);
buffer.append(
buffer_msg_line_offset,
&format!(
"{}:{}:{}",
loc.file.name,
sm.doctest_offset_line(&loc.file.name, loc.line),
loc.col.0 + 1,
),
Style::LineAndColumn,
);
for _ in 0..max_line_num_len {
buffer.prepend(buffer_msg_line_offset, " ", Style::NoStyle);
}
} else {
buffer.prepend(
0,
&format!(
"{}:{}:{}: ",
loc.file.name,
sm.doctest_offset_line(&loc.file.name, loc.line),
loc.col.0 + 1,
),
Style::LineAndColumn,
);
}
} else if !self.short_message {
// remember where we are in the output buffer for easy reference
let buffer_msg_line_offset = buffer.num_lines();
// Add spacing line
draw_col_separator(&mut buffer, buffer_msg_line_offset, max_line_num_len + 1);
// Then, the secondary file indicator
buffer.prepend(buffer_msg_line_offset + 1, "::: ", Style::LineNumber);
let loc = if let Some(first_line) = annotated_file.lines.first() {
let col = if let Some(first_annotation) = first_line.annotations.first() {
format!(":{}", first_annotation.start_col + 1)
} else {
String::new()
};
format!("{}:{}{}",
annotated_file.file.name,
sm.doctest_offset_line(
&annotated_file.file.name, first_line.line_index),
col)
} else {
annotated_file.file.name.to_string()
};
buffer.append(buffer_msg_line_offset + 1,
&loc,
Style::LineAndColumn);
for _ in 0..max_line_num_len {
buffer.prepend(buffer_msg_line_offset + 1, " ", Style::NoStyle);
}
}
if !self.short_message {
// Put in the spacer between the location and annotated source
let buffer_msg_line_offset = buffer.num_lines();
draw_col_separator_no_space(&mut buffer,
buffer_msg_line_offset,
max_line_num_len + 1);
// Contains the vertical lines' positions for active multiline annotations
let mut multilines = FxHashMap::default();
// Get the left-side margin to remove it
let mut whitespace_margin = std::usize::MAX;
for line_idx in 0..annotated_file.lines.len() {
let file = annotated_file.file.clone();
let line = &annotated_file.lines[line_idx];
if let Some(source_string) = file.get_line(line.line_index - 1) {
let leading_whitespace = source_string
.chars()
.take_while(|c| c.is_whitespace())
.count();
if source_string.chars().any(|c| !c.is_whitespace()) {
whitespace_margin = min(
whitespace_margin,
leading_whitespace,
);
}
}
}
if whitespace_margin == std::usize::MAX {
whitespace_margin = 0;
}
// Left-most column any visible span points at.
let mut span_left_margin = std::usize::MAX;
for line in &annotated_file.lines {
for ann in &line.annotations {
span_left_margin = min(span_left_margin, ann.start_col);
span_left_margin = min(span_left_margin, ann.end_col);
}
}
if span_left_margin == std::usize::MAX {
span_left_margin = 0;
}
// Right-most column any visible span points at.
let mut span_right_margin = 0;
let mut label_right_margin = 0;
let mut max_line_len = 0;
for line in &annotated_file.lines {
max_line_len = max(max_line_len, annotated_file.file
.get_line(line.line_index - 1)
.map(|s| s.len())
.unwrap_or(0));
for ann in &line.annotations {
span_right_margin = max(span_right_margin, ann.start_col);
span_right_margin = max(span_right_margin, ann.end_col);
// FIXME: account for labels not in the same line
let label_right = ann.label.as_ref().map(|l| l.len() + 1).unwrap_or(0);
label_right_margin = max(label_right_margin, ann.end_col + label_right);
}
}
let width_offset = 3 + max_line_num_len;
let code_offset = if annotated_file.multiline_depth == 0 {
width_offset
} else {
width_offset + annotated_file.multiline_depth + 1
};
let column_width = if let Some(width) = self.terminal_width {
width.saturating_sub(code_offset)
} else if self.ui_testing {
140
} else {
term_size::dimensions()
.map(|(w, _)| w.saturating_sub(code_offset))
.unwrap_or(std::usize::MAX)
};
let margin = Margin::new(
whitespace_margin,
span_left_margin,
span_right_margin,
label_right_margin,
column_width,
max_line_len,
);
// Next, output the annotate source for this file
for line_idx in 0..annotated_file.lines.len() {
let previous_buffer_line = buffer.num_lines();
let depths = self.render_source_line(
&mut buffer,
annotated_file.file.clone(),
&annotated_file.lines[line_idx],
width_offset,
code_offset,
margin,
);
let mut to_add = FxHashMap::default();
for (depth, style) in depths {
if multilines.get(&depth).is_some() {
multilines.remove(&depth);
} else {
to_add.insert(depth, style);
}
}
// Set the multiline annotation vertical lines to the left of
// the code in this line.
for (depth, style) in &multilines {
for line in previous_buffer_line..buffer.num_lines() {
draw_multiline_line(&mut buffer,
line,
width_offset,
*depth,
*style);
}
}
// check to see if we need to print out or elide lines that come between
// this annotated line and the next one.
if line_idx < (annotated_file.lines.len() - 1) {
let line_idx_delta = annotated_file.lines[line_idx + 1].line_index -
annotated_file.lines[line_idx].line_index;
if line_idx_delta > 2 {
let last_buffer_line_num = buffer.num_lines();
buffer.puts(last_buffer_line_num, 0, "...", Style::LineNumber);
// Set the multiline annotation vertical lines on `...` bridging line.
for (depth, style) in &multilines {
draw_multiline_line(&mut buffer,
last_buffer_line_num,
width_offset,
*depth,
*style);
}
} else if line_idx_delta == 2 {
let unannotated_line = annotated_file.file
.get_line(annotated_file.lines[line_idx].line_index)
.unwrap_or_else(|| Cow::from(""));
let last_buffer_line_num = buffer.num_lines();
self.draw_line(
&mut buffer,
&unannotated_line,
annotated_file.lines[line_idx + 1].line_index - 1,
last_buffer_line_num,
width_offset,
code_offset,
margin,
);
for (depth, style) in &multilines {
draw_multiline_line(
&mut buffer,
last_buffer_line_num,
width_offset,
*depth,
*style,
);
}
}
}
multilines.extend(&to_add);
}
}
}
// final step: take our styled buffer, render it, then output it
emit_to_destination(&buffer.render(), level, &mut self.dst, self.short_message)?;
Ok(())
}
fn emit_suggestion_default(
&mut self,
suggestion: &CodeSuggestion,
level: &Level,
max_line_num_len: usize,
) -> io::Result<()> {
if let Some(ref sm) = self.sm {
let mut buffer = StyledBuffer::new();
// Render the suggestion message
let level_str = level.to_string();
if !level_str.is_empty() {
buffer.append(0, &level_str, Style::Level(level.clone()));
buffer.append(0, ": ", Style::HeaderMsg);
}
self.msg_to_buffer(
&mut buffer,
&[(suggestion.msg.to_owned(), Style::NoStyle)],
max_line_num_len,
"suggestion",
Some(Style::HeaderMsg),
);
// Render the replacements for each suggestion
let suggestions = suggestion.splice_lines(&**sm);
let mut row_num = 2;
for &(ref complete, ref parts) in suggestions.iter().take(MAX_SUGGESTIONS) {
// Only show underline if the suggestion spans a single line and doesn't cover the
// entirety of the code output. If you have multiple replacements in the same line
// of code, show the underline.
let show_underline = !(parts.len() == 1
&& parts[0].snippet.trim() == complete.trim())
&& complete.lines().count() == 1;
let lines = sm.span_to_lines(parts[0].span).unwrap();
assert!(!lines.lines.is_empty());
let line_start = sm.lookup_char_pos(parts[0].span.lo()).line;
draw_col_separator_no_space(&mut buffer, 1, max_line_num_len + 1);
let mut line_pos = 0;
let mut lines = complete.lines();
for line in lines.by_ref().take(MAX_HIGHLIGHT_LINES) {
// Print the span column to avoid confusion
buffer.puts(row_num,
0,
&self.maybe_anonymized(line_start + line_pos),
Style::LineNumber);
// print the suggestion
draw_col_separator(&mut buffer, row_num, max_line_num_len + 1);
buffer.append(row_num, line, Style::NoStyle);
line_pos += 1;
row_num += 1;
}
// This offset and the ones below need to be signed to account for replacement code
// that is shorter than the original code.
let mut offset: isize = 0;
// Only show an underline in the suggestions if the suggestion is not the
// entirety of the code being shown and the displayed code is not multiline.
if show_underline {
draw_col_separator(&mut buffer, row_num, max_line_num_len + 1);
for part in parts {
let span_start_pos = sm.lookup_char_pos(part.span.lo()).col_display;
let span_end_pos = sm.lookup_char_pos(part.span.hi()).col_display;
// Do not underline the leading...
let start = part.snippet.len()
.saturating_sub(part.snippet.trim_start().len());
// ...or trailing spaces. Account for substitutions containing unicode
// characters.
let sub_len = part.snippet.trim().chars().fold(0, |acc, ch| {
acc + unicode_width::UnicodeWidthChar::width(ch).unwrap_or(1)
});
let underline_start = (span_start_pos + start) as isize + offset;
let underline_end = (span_start_pos + start + sub_len) as isize + offset;
for p in underline_start..underline_end {
buffer.putc(row_num,
max_line_num_len + 3 + p as usize,
'^',
Style::UnderlinePrimary);
}
// underline removals too
if underline_start == underline_end {
for p in underline_start-1..underline_start+1 {
buffer.putc(row_num,
max_line_num_len + 3 + p as usize,
'-',
Style::UnderlineSecondary);
}
}
// length of the code after substitution
let full_sub_len = part.snippet.chars().fold(0, |acc, ch| {
acc + unicode_width::UnicodeWidthChar::width(ch).unwrap_or(1) as isize
});
// length of the code to be substituted
let snippet_len = span_end_pos as isize - span_start_pos as isize;
// For multiple substitutions, use the position *after* the previous
// substitutions have happened.
offset += full_sub_len - snippet_len;
}
row_num += 1;
}
// if we elided some lines, add an ellipsis
if lines.next().is_some() {
buffer.puts(row_num, max_line_num_len - 1, "...", Style::LineNumber);
} else if !show_underline {
draw_col_separator_no_space(&mut buffer, row_num, max_line_num_len + 1);
row_num += 1;
}
}
if suggestions.len() > MAX_SUGGESTIONS {
let msg = format!("and {} other candidates", suggestions.len() - MAX_SUGGESTIONS);
buffer.puts(row_num, 0, &msg, Style::NoStyle);
}
emit_to_destination(&buffer.render(), level, &mut self.dst, self.short_message)?;
}
Ok(())
}
fn emit_messages_default(&mut self,
level: &Level,
message: &[(String, Style)],
code: &Option<DiagnosticId>,
span: &MultiSpan,
children: &[SubDiagnostic],
suggestions: &[CodeSuggestion]) {
let max_line_num_len = if self.ui_testing {
ANONYMIZED_LINE_NUM.len()
} else {
self.get_max_line_num(span, children).to_string().len()
};
match self.emit_message_default(span,
message,
code,
level,
max_line_num_len,
false) {
Ok(()) => {
if !children.is_empty() {
let mut buffer = StyledBuffer::new();
if !self.short_message {
draw_col_separator_no_space(&mut buffer, 0, max_line_num_len + 1);
}
match emit_to_destination(&buffer.render(), level, &mut self.dst,
self.short_message) {
Ok(()) => (),
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e)
}
}
if !self.short_message {
for child in children {
let span = child.render_span.as_ref().unwrap_or(&child.span);
match self.emit_message_default(
&span,
&child.styled_message(),
&None,
&child.level,
max_line_num_len,
true,
) {
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e),
_ => ()
}
}
for sugg in suggestions {
if sugg.style == SuggestionStyle::CompletelyHidden {
// do not display this suggestion, it is meant only for tools
} else if sugg.style == SuggestionStyle::HideCodeAlways {
match self.emit_message_default(
&MultiSpan::new(),
&[(sugg.msg.to_owned(), Style::HeaderMsg)],
&None,
&Level::Help,
max_line_num_len,
true,
) {
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e),
_ => ()
}
} else {
match self.emit_suggestion_default(
sugg,
&Level::Help,
max_line_num_len,
) {
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e),
_ => ()
}
}
}
}
}
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e),
}
let mut dst = self.dst.writable();
match writeln!(dst) {
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e),
_ => {
match dst.flush() {
Err(e) => panic!("failed to emit error: {}", e),
_ => (),
}
}
}
}
}
impl FileWithAnnotatedLines {
/// Preprocess all the annotations so that they are grouped by file and by line number
/// This helps us quickly iterate over the whole message (including secondary file spans)
pub fn collect_annotations(
msp: &MultiSpan,
source_map: &Option<Lrc<SourceMapperDyn>>
) -> Vec<FileWithAnnotatedLines> {
fn add_annotation_to_file(file_vec: &mut Vec<FileWithAnnotatedLines>,
file: Lrc<SourceFile>,
line_index: usize,
ann: Annotation) {
for slot in file_vec.iter_mut() {
// Look through each of our files for the one we're adding to
if slot.file.name == file.name {
// See if we already have a line for it
for line_slot in &mut slot.lines {
if line_slot.line_index == line_index {
line_slot.annotations.push(ann);
return;
}
}
// We don't have a line yet, create one
slot.lines.push(Line {
line_index,
annotations: vec![ann],
});
slot.lines.sort();
return;
}
}
// This is the first time we're seeing the file
file_vec.push(FileWithAnnotatedLines {
file,
lines: vec![Line {
line_index,
annotations: vec![ann],
}],
multiline_depth: 0,
});
}
let mut output = vec![];
let mut multiline_annotations = vec![];
if let Some(ref sm) = source_map {
for span_label in msp.span_labels() {
if span_label.span.is_dummy() {
continue;
}
let lo = sm.lookup_char_pos(span_label.span.lo());
let mut hi = sm.lookup_char_pos(span_label.span.hi());
// Watch out for "empty spans". If we get a span like 6..6, we
// want to just display a `^` at 6, so convert that to
// 6..7. This is degenerate input, but it's best to degrade
// gracefully -- and the parser likes to supply a span like
// that for EOF, in particular.
if lo.col_display == hi.col_display && lo.line == hi.line {
hi.col_display += 1;
}
let ann_type = if lo.line != hi.line {
let ml = MultilineAnnotation {
depth: 1,
line_start: lo.line,
line_end: hi.line,
start_col: lo.col_display,
end_col: hi.col_display,
is_primary: span_label.is_primary,
label: span_label.label.clone(),
overlaps_exactly: false,
};
multiline_annotations.push((lo.file.clone(), ml.clone()));
AnnotationType::Multiline(ml)
} else {
AnnotationType::Singleline
};
let ann = Annotation {
start_col: lo.col_display,
end_col: hi.col_display,
is_primary: span_label.is_primary,
label: span_label.label.clone(),
annotation_type: ann_type,
};
if !ann.is_multiline() {
add_annotation_to_file(&mut output, lo.file, lo.line, ann);
}
}
}
// Find overlapping multiline annotations, put them at different depths
multiline_annotations.sort_by_key(|&(_, ref ml)| (ml.line_start, ml.line_end));
for item in multiline_annotations.clone() {
let ann = item.1;
for item in multiline_annotations.iter_mut() {
let ref mut a = item.1;
// Move all other multiline annotations overlapping with this one
// one level to the right.
if !(ann.same_span(a)) &&
num_overlap(ann.line_start, ann.line_end, a.line_start, a.line_end, true)
{
a.increase_depth();
} else if ann.same_span(a) && &ann != a {
a.overlaps_exactly = true;
} else {
break;
}
}
}
let mut max_depth = 0; // max overlapping multiline spans
for (file, ann) in multiline_annotations {
if ann.depth > max_depth {
max_depth = ann.depth;
}
let mut end_ann = ann.as_end();
if !ann.overlaps_exactly {
// avoid output like
//
// | foo(
// | _____^
// | |_____|
// | || bar,
// | || );
// | || ^
// | ||______|
// | |______foo
// | baz
//
// and instead get
//
// | foo(
// | _____^
// | | bar,
// | | );
// | | ^
// | | |
// | |______foo
// | baz
add_annotation_to_file(&mut output, file.clone(), ann.line_start, ann.as_start());
// 4 is the minimum vertical length of a multiline span when presented: two lines
// of code and two lines of underline. This is not true for the special case where
// the beginning doesn't have an underline, but the current logic seems to be
// working correctly.
let middle = min(ann.line_start + 4, ann.line_end);
for line in ann.line_start + 1..middle {
// Every `|` that joins the beginning of the span (`___^`) to the end (`|__^`).
add_annotation_to_file(&mut output, file.clone(), line, ann.as_line());
}
if middle < ann.line_end - 1 {
for line in ann.line_end - 1..ann.line_end {
add_annotation_to_file(&mut output, file.clone(), line, ann.as_line());
}
}
} else {
end_ann.annotation_type = AnnotationType::Singleline;
}
add_annotation_to_file(&mut output, file, ann.line_end, end_ann);
}
for file_vec in output.iter_mut() {
file_vec.multiline_depth = max_depth;
}
output
}
}
fn draw_col_separator(buffer: &mut StyledBuffer, line: usize, col: usize) {
buffer.puts(line, col, "| ", Style::LineNumber);
}
fn draw_col_separator_no_space(buffer: &mut StyledBuffer, line: usize, col: usize) {
draw_col_separator_no_space_with_style(buffer, line, col, Style::LineNumber);
}
fn draw_col_separator_no_space_with_style(buffer: &mut StyledBuffer,
line: usize,
col: usize,
style: Style) {
buffer.putc(line, col, '|', style);
}
fn draw_range(buffer: &mut StyledBuffer, symbol: char, line: usize,
col_from: usize, col_to: usize, style: Style) {
for col in col_from..col_to {
buffer.putc(line, col, symbol, style);
}
}
fn draw_note_separator(buffer: &mut StyledBuffer, line: usize, col: usize) {
buffer.puts(line, col, "= ", Style::LineNumber);
}
fn draw_multiline_line(buffer: &mut StyledBuffer,
line: usize,
offset: usize,
depth: usize,
style: Style)
{
buffer.putc(line, offset + depth - 1, '|', style);
}
fn num_overlap(a_start: usize, a_end: usize, b_start: usize, b_end:usize, inclusive: bool) -> bool {
let extra = if inclusive {
1
} else {
0
};
(b_start..b_end + extra).contains(&a_start) ||
(a_start..a_end + extra).contains(&b_start)
}
fn overlaps(a1: &Annotation, a2: &Annotation, padding: usize) -> bool {
num_overlap(a1.start_col, a1.end_col + padding, a2.start_col, a2.end_col, false)
}
fn emit_to_destination(rendered_buffer: &[Vec<StyledString>],
lvl: &Level,
dst: &mut Destination,
short_message: bool)
-> io::Result<()> {
use crate::lock;
let mut dst = dst.writable();
// In order to prevent error message interleaving, where multiple error lines get intermixed
// when multiple compiler processes error simultaneously, we emit errors with additional
// steps.
//
// On Unix systems, we write into a buffered terminal rather than directly to a terminal. When
// the .flush() is called we take the buffer created from the buffered writes and write it at
// one shot. Because the Unix systems use ANSI for the colors, which is a text-based styling
// scheme, this buffered approach works and maintains the styling.
//
// On Windows, styling happens through calls to a terminal API. This prevents us from using the
// same buffering approach. Instead, we use a global Windows mutex, which we acquire long
// enough to output the full error message, then we release.
let _buffer_lock = lock::acquire_global_lock("rustc_errors");
for (pos, line) in rendered_buffer.iter().enumerate() {
for part in line {
dst.apply_style(lvl.clone(), part.style)?;
write!(dst, "{}", part.text)?;
dst.reset()?;
}
if !short_message && (!lvl.is_failure_note() || pos != rendered_buffer.len() - 1) {
writeln!(dst)?;
}
}
dst.flush()?;
Ok(())
}
pub enum Destination {
Terminal(StandardStream),
Buffered(BufferWriter),
// The bool denotes whether we should be emitting ansi color codes or not
Raw(Box<(dyn Write + Send)>, bool),
}
pub enum WritableDst<'a> {
Terminal(&'a mut StandardStream),
Buffered(&'a mut BufferWriter, Buffer),
Raw(&'a mut (dyn Write + Send)),
ColoredRaw(Ansi<&'a mut (dyn Write + Send)>),
}
impl Destination {
fn from_stderr(color: ColorConfig) -> Destination {
let choice = color.to_color_choice();
// On Windows we'll be performing global synchronization on the entire
// system for emitting rustc errors, so there's no need to buffer
// anything.
//
// On non-Windows we rely on the atomicity of `write` to ensure errors
// don't get all jumbled up.
if cfg!(windows) {
Terminal(StandardStream::stderr(choice))
} else {
Buffered(BufferWriter::stderr(choice))
}
}
fn writable(&mut self) -> WritableDst<'_> {
match *self {
Destination::Terminal(ref mut t) => WritableDst::Terminal(t),
Destination::Buffered(ref mut t) => {
let buf = t.buffer();
WritableDst::Buffered(t, buf)
}
Destination::Raw(ref mut t, false) => WritableDst::Raw(t),
Destination::Raw(ref mut t, true) => WritableDst::ColoredRaw(Ansi::new(t)),
}
}
}
impl<'a> WritableDst<'a> {
fn apply_style(&mut self, lvl: Level, style: Style) -> io::Result<()> {
let mut spec = ColorSpec::new();
match style {
Style::LineAndColumn => {}
Style::LineNumber => {
spec.set_bold(true);
spec.set_intense(true);
if cfg!(windows) {
spec.set_fg(Some(Color::Cyan));
} else {
spec.set_fg(Some(Color::Blue));
}
}
Style::Quotation => {}
Style::MainHeaderMsg => {
spec.set_bold(true);
if cfg!(windows) {
spec.set_intense(true)
.set_fg(Some(Color::White));
}
}
Style::UnderlinePrimary | Style::LabelPrimary => {
spec = lvl.color();
spec.set_bold(true);
}
Style::UnderlineSecondary |
Style::LabelSecondary => {
spec.set_bold(true)
.set_intense(true);
if cfg!(windows) {
spec.set_fg(Some(Color::Cyan));
} else {
spec.set_fg(Some(Color::Blue));
}
}
Style::HeaderMsg |
Style::NoStyle => {}
Style::Level(lvl) => {
spec = lvl.color();
spec.set_bold(true);
}
Style::Highlight => {
spec.set_bold(true);
}
}
self.set_color(&spec)
}
fn set_color(&mut self, color: &ColorSpec) -> io::Result<()> {
match *self {
WritableDst::Terminal(ref mut t) => t.set_color(color),
WritableDst::Buffered(_, ref mut t) => t.set_color(color),
WritableDst::ColoredRaw(ref mut t) => t.set_color(color),
WritableDst::Raw(_) => Ok(())
}
}
fn reset(&mut self) -> io::Result<()> {
match *self {
WritableDst::Terminal(ref mut t) => t.reset(),
WritableDst::Buffered(_, ref mut t) => t.reset(),
WritableDst::ColoredRaw(ref mut t) => t.reset(),
WritableDst::Raw(_) => Ok(()),
}
}
}
impl<'a> Write for WritableDst<'a> {
fn write(&mut self, bytes: &[u8]) -> io::Result<usize> {
match *self {
WritableDst::Terminal(ref mut t) => t.write(bytes),
WritableDst::Buffered(_, ref mut buf) => buf.write(bytes),
WritableDst::Raw(ref mut w) => w.write(bytes),
WritableDst::ColoredRaw(ref mut t) => t.write(bytes),
}
}
fn flush(&mut self) -> io::Result<()> {
match *self {
WritableDst::Terminal(ref mut t) => t.flush(),
WritableDst::Buffered(_, ref mut buf) => buf.flush(),
WritableDst::Raw(ref mut w) => w.flush(),
WritableDst::ColoredRaw(ref mut w) => w.flush(),
}
}
}
impl<'a> Drop for WritableDst<'a> {
fn drop(&mut self) {
match *self {
WritableDst::Buffered(ref mut dst, ref mut buf) => {
drop(dst.print(buf));
}
_ => {}
}
}
}
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