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/* NSC -- new Scala compiler
* Copyright 2005-2013 LAMP/EPFL
* @author Martin Odersky
*/
package scala.tools.nsc
import java.io.{ File, FileOutputStream, PrintWriter, IOException, FileNotFoundException }
import java.nio.charset.{ Charset, CharsetDecoder, IllegalCharsetNameException, UnsupportedCharsetException }
import scala.compat.Platform.currentTime
import scala.collection.{ mutable, immutable }
import io.{ SourceReader, AbstractFile, Path }
import reporters.{ Reporter, ConsoleReporter }
import util.{ ClassPath, MergedClassPath, StatisticsInfo, returning, stackTraceString, stackTraceHeadString }
import scala.reflect.internal.util.{ OffsetPosition, SourceFile, NoSourceFile, BatchSourceFile, ScriptSourceFile }
import scala.reflect.internal.pickling.{ PickleBuffer, PickleFormat }
import symtab.{ Flags, SymbolTable, SymbolLoaders, SymbolTrackers }
import symtab.classfile.Pickler
import plugins.Plugins
import ast._
import ast.parser._
import typechecker._
import transform.patmat.PatternMatching
import transform._
import backend.icode.{ ICodes, GenICode, ICodeCheckers }
import backend.{ ScalaPrimitives, Platform, JavaPlatform }
import backend.jvm.GenASM
import backend.opt.{ Inliners, InlineExceptionHandlers, ConstantOptimization, ClosureElimination, DeadCodeElimination }
import backend.icode.analysis._
import scala.language.postfixOps
class Global(var currentSettings: Settings, var reporter: Reporter)
extends SymbolTable
with CompilationUnits
with Plugins
with PhaseAssembly
with Trees
with Printers
with DocComments
with Positions { self =>
// the mirror --------------------------------------------------
override def isCompilerUniverse = true
override val useOffsetPositions = !currentSettings.Yrangepos.value
class GlobalMirror extends Roots(NoSymbol) {
val universe: self.type = self
def rootLoader: LazyType = platform.rootLoader
override def toString = "compiler mirror"
}
lazy val rootMirror: Mirror = {
val rm = new GlobalMirror
rm.init()
rm.asInstanceOf[Mirror]
}
def RootClass: ClassSymbol = rootMirror.RootClass
def EmptyPackageClass: ClassSymbol = rootMirror.EmptyPackageClass
import definitions.findNamedMember
def findMemberFromRoot(fullName: Name): Symbol = rootMirror.findMemberFromRoot(fullName)
// alternate constructors ------------------------------------------
override def settings = currentSettings
def this(reporter: Reporter) =
this(new Settings(err => reporter.error(null, err)), reporter)
def this(settings: Settings) =
this(settings, new ConsoleReporter(settings))
def picklerPhase: Phase = if (currentRun.isDefined) currentRun.picklerPhase else NoPhase
// platform specific elements
type ThisPlatform = Platform { val global: Global.this.type }
lazy val platform: ThisPlatform =
new { val global: Global.this.type = Global.this } with JavaPlatform
type PlatformClassPath = ClassPath[platform.BinaryRepr]
type OptClassPath = Option[PlatformClassPath]
def classPath: PlatformClassPath = platform.classPath
// sub-components --------------------------------------------------
/** Generate ASTs */
type TreeGen = scala.tools.nsc.ast.TreeGen
/** Tree generation, usually based on existing symbols. */
override object gen extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with TreeGen {
def mkAttributedCast(tree: Tree, pt: Type): Tree =
typer.typed(mkCast(tree, pt))
}
/** Trees fresh from the oven, mostly for use by the parser. */
object treeBuilder extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with TreeBuilder {
def freshName(prefix: String): Name = freshTermName(prefix)
def freshTermName(prefix: String): TermName = currentUnit.freshTermName(prefix)
def freshTypeName(prefix: String): TypeName = currentUnit.freshTypeName(prefix)
def o2p(offset: Int): Position = new OffsetPosition(currentUnit.source, offset)
def r2p(start: Int, mid: Int, end: Int): Position = rangePos(currentUnit.source, start, mid, end)
}
/** Fold constants */
object constfold extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with ConstantFolder
/** ICode generator */
object icodes extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with ICodes
/** Scala primitives, used in genicode */
object scalaPrimitives extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with ScalaPrimitives
/** Computing pairs of overriding/overridden symbols */
object overridingPairs extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with OverridingPairs
// Optimizer components
/** ICode analysis for optimization */
object analysis extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with TypeFlowAnalysis
/** Copy propagation for optimization */
object copyPropagation extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with CopyPropagation
// Components for collecting and generating output
/** Some statistics (normally disabled) set with -Ystatistics */
object statistics extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with StatisticsInfo
/** Print tree in detailed form */
object nodePrinters extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with NodePrinters {
var lastPrintedPhase: Phase = NoPhase
var lastPrintedSource: String = ""
infolevel = InfoLevel.Verbose
def showUnit(unit: CompilationUnit) {
print(" // " + unit.source)
if (unit.body == null) println(": tree is null")
else {
val source = util.stringFromWriter(w => newTreePrinter(w) print unit.body)
// treePrinter show unit.body
if (lastPrintedSource == source)
println(": tree is unchanged since " + lastPrintedPhase)
else {
lastPrintedPhase = phase.prev // since we're running inside "exitingPhase"
lastPrintedSource = source
println("")
println(source)
println("")
}
}
}
}
def withInfoLevel[T](infolevel: nodePrinters.InfoLevel.Value)(op: => T) = {
val saved = nodePrinters.infolevel
try {
nodePrinters.infolevel = infolevel
op
} finally {
nodePrinters.infolevel = saved
}
}
/** Representing ASTs as graphs */
object treeBrowsers extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with TreeBrowsers
val nodeToString = nodePrinters.nodeToString
val treeBrowser = treeBrowsers.create()
// ------------ Hooks for interactive mode-------------------------
/** Called every time an AST node is successfully typechecked in typerPhase.
*/
def signalDone(context: analyzer.Context, old: Tree, result: Tree) {}
/** Called from parser, which signals hereby that a method definition has been parsed. */
def signalParseProgress(pos: Position) {}
/** Register new context; called for every created context
*/
def registerContext(c: analyzer.Context) {
lastSeenContext = c
}
/** Register top level class (called on entering the class)
*/
def registerTopLevelSym(sym: Symbol) {}
// ------------------ Reporting -------------------------------------
// not deprecated yet, but a method called "error" imported into
// nearly every trait really must go. For now using globalError.
def error(msg: String) = globalError(msg)
def inform(msg: String) = reporter.echo(msg)
override def globalError(msg: String) = reporter.error(NoPosition, msg)
override def warning(msg: String) =
if (settings.fatalWarnings.value) globalError(msg)
else reporter.warning(NoPosition, msg)
// Getting in front of Predef's asserts to supplement with more info.
// This has the happy side effect of masking the one argument forms
// of assert and require (but for now I've reproduced them here,
// because there are a million to fix.)
@inline final def assert(assertion: Boolean, message: => Any) {
// calling Predef.assert would send a freshly allocated closure wrapping the one received as argument.
if (!assertion)
throw new java.lang.AssertionError("assertion failed: "+ supplementErrorMessage("" + message))
}
@inline final def assert(assertion: Boolean) {
assert(assertion, "")
}
@inline final def require(requirement: Boolean, message: => Any) {
// calling Predef.require would send a freshly allocated closure wrapping the one received as argument.
if (!requirement)
throw new IllegalArgumentException("requirement failed: "+ supplementErrorMessage("" + message))
}
@inline final def require(requirement: Boolean) {
require(requirement, "")
}
// Needs to call error to make sure the compile fails.
override def abort(msg: String): Nothing = {
error(msg)
super.abort(msg)
}
@inline final def ifDebug(body: => Unit) {
if (settings.debug.value)
body
}
/** This is for WARNINGS which should reach the ears of scala developers
* whenever they occur, but are not useful for normal users. They should
* be precise, explanatory, and infrequent. Please don't use this as a
* logging mechanism. !!! is prefixed to all messages issued via this route
* to make them visually distinct.
*/
@inline final override def devWarning(msg: => String) {
if (settings.developer.value || settings.debug.value)
warning("!!! " + msg)
else
log("!!! " + msg) // such warnings always at least logged
}
private def elapsedMessage(msg: String, start: Long) =
msg + " in " + (currentTime - start) + "ms"
def informComplete(msg: String): Unit = reporter.withoutTruncating(inform(msg))
def informProgress(msg: String) = if (settings.verbose.value) inform("[" + msg + "]")
def informTime(msg: String, start: Long) = informProgress(elapsedMessage(msg, start))
def logError(msg: String, t: Throwable): Unit = ()
override def shouldLogAtThisPhase = settings.log.isSetByUser && (
(settings.log containsPhase globalPhase) || (settings.log containsPhase phase)
)
// Over 200 closure objects are eliminated by inlining this.
@inline final def log(msg: => AnyRef) {
if (shouldLogAtThisPhase)
inform("[log %s%s] %s".format(globalPhase, atPhaseStackMessage, msg))
}
@inline final override def debuglog(msg: => String) {
if (settings.debug.value)
log(msg)
}
@deprecated("Renamed to reportThrowable", "2.10.1")
def logThrowable(t: Throwable): Unit = reportThrowable(t)
def reportThrowable(t: Throwable): Unit = globalError(throwableAsString(t))
override def throwableAsString(t: Throwable) = util.stackTraceString(t)
// ------------ File interface -----------------------------------------
private val reader: SourceReader = {
val defaultEncoding = Properties.sourceEncoding
def loadCharset(name: String) =
try Some(Charset.forName(name))
catch {
case _: IllegalCharsetNameException =>
globalError("illegal charset name '" + name + "'")
None
case _: UnsupportedCharsetException =>
globalError("unsupported charset '" + name + "'")
None
}
val charset = ( if (settings.encoding.isSetByUser) Some(settings.encoding.value) else None ) flatMap loadCharset getOrElse {
settings.encoding.value = defaultEncoding // A mandatory charset
Charset.forName(defaultEncoding)
}
def loadReader(name: String): Option[SourceReader] = {
def ccon = Class.forName(name).getConstructor(classOf[CharsetDecoder], classOf[Reporter])
try Some(ccon.newInstance(charset.newDecoder(), reporter).asInstanceOf[SourceReader])
catch { case ex: Throwable =>
globalError("exception while trying to instantiate source reader '" + name + "'")
None
}
}
( if (settings.sourceReader.isSetByUser) Some(settings.sourceReader.value) else None ) flatMap loadReader getOrElse {
new SourceReader(charset.newDecoder(), reporter)
}
}
if (settings.verbose.value || settings.Ylogcp.value) {
// Uses the "do not truncate" inform
informComplete("[search path for source files: " + classPath.sourcepaths.mkString(",") + "]")
informComplete("[search path for class files: " + classPath.asClasspathString + "]")
}
// The current division between scala.reflect.* and scala.tools.nsc.* is pretty
// clunky. It is often difficult to have a setting influence something without having
// to create it on that side. For this one my strategy is a constant def at the file
// where I need it, and then an override in Global with the setting.
override protected val etaExpandKeepsStar = settings.etaExpandKeepsStar.value
// Here comes another one...
override protected val enableTypeVarExperimentals = settings.Xexperimental.value
def getSourceFile(f: AbstractFile): BatchSourceFile =
if (settings.script.isSetByUser) ScriptSourceFile(f, reader read f)
else new BatchSourceFile(f, reader read f)
def getSourceFile(name: String): SourceFile = {
val f = AbstractFile.getFile(name)
if (f eq null) throw new FileNotFoundException(
"source file '" + name + "' could not be found")
getSourceFile(f)
}
lazy val loaders = new SymbolLoaders {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
}
/** Returns the mirror that loaded given symbol */
def mirrorThatLoaded(sym: Symbol): Mirror = rootMirror
// ------------ Phases -------------------------------------------}
var globalPhase: Phase = NoPhase
val MaxPhases = 64
val phaseWithId: Array[Phase] = Array.fill(MaxPhases)(NoPhase)
abstract class GlobalPhase(prev: Phase) extends Phase(prev) {
phaseWithId(id) = this
def run() {
echoPhaseSummary(this)
currentRun.units foreach applyPhase
}
def apply(unit: CompilationUnit): Unit
private val isErased = prev.name == "erasure" || prev.erasedTypes
override def erasedTypes: Boolean = isErased
private val isFlat = prev.name == "flatten" || prev.flatClasses
override def flatClasses: Boolean = isFlat
private val isSpecialized = prev.name == "specialize" || prev.specialized
override def specialized: Boolean = isSpecialized
private val isRefChecked = prev.name == "refchecks" || prev.refChecked
override def refChecked: Boolean = isRefChecked
/** Is current phase cancelled on this unit? */
def cancelled(unit: CompilationUnit) = {
// run the typer only if in `createJavadoc` mode
val maxJavaPhase = if (createJavadoc) currentRun.typerPhase.id else currentRun.namerPhase.id
reporter.cancelled || unit.isJava && this.id > maxJavaPhase
}
final def applyPhase(unit: CompilationUnit) {
if ((unit ne null) && unit.exists)
lastSeenSourceFile = unit.source
if (settings.debug.value && (settings.verbose.value || currentRun.size < 5))
inform("[running phase " + name + " on " + unit + "]")
val unit0 = currentUnit
try {
currentRun.currentUnit = unit
if (!cancelled(unit)) {
currentRun.informUnitStarting(this, unit)
apply(unit)
}
currentRun.advanceUnit()
} finally {
//assert(currentUnit == unit)
currentRun.currentUnit = unit0
}
}
}
/** Switch to turn on detailed type logs */
val printTypings = settings.Ytyperdebug.value
val printInfers = settings.Yinferdebug.value
// phaseName = "parser"
lazy val syntaxAnalyzer = new {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List[String]()
val runsRightAfter = None
} with SyntaxAnalyzer
import syntaxAnalyzer.{ UnitScanner, UnitParser }
// !!! I think we're overdue for all these phase objects being lazy vals.
// There's no way for a Global subclass to provide a custom typer
// despite the existence of a "def newTyper(context: Context): Typer"
// which is clearly designed for that, because it's defined in
// Analyzer and Global's "object analyzer" allows no override. For now
// I only changed analyzer.
//
// factory for phases: namer, packageobjects, typer
lazy val analyzer = new {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with Analyzer
// phaseName = "patmat"
object patmat extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("typer")
// patmat doesn't need to be right after typer, as long as we run before supperaccesors
// (sbt does need to run right after typer, so don't conflict)
val runsRightAfter = None
} with PatternMatching
// phaseName = "superaccessors"
object superAccessors extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("patmat")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with SuperAccessors
// phaseName = "extmethods"
object extensionMethods extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("superaccessors")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with ExtensionMethods
// phaseName = "pickler"
object pickler extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("extmethods")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with Pickler
// phaseName = "refchecks"
override object refChecks extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("pickler")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with RefChecks
// phaseName = "uncurry"
override object uncurry extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("refchecks")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with UnCurry
// phaseName = "tailcalls"
object tailCalls extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("uncurry")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with TailCalls
// phaseName = "explicitouter"
object explicitOuter extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("tailcalls")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with ExplicitOuter
// phaseName = "specialize"
object specializeTypes extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("")
val runsRightAfter = Some("tailcalls")
} with SpecializeTypes
// phaseName = "erasure"
override object erasure extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("explicitouter")
val runsRightAfter = Some("explicitouter")
} with Erasure
// phaseName = "posterasure"
object postErasure extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("erasure")
val runsRightAfter = Some("erasure")
} with PostErasure
// phaseName = "lazyvals"
object lazyVals extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("erasure")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with LazyVals
// phaseName = "lambdalift"
object lambdaLift extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("lazyvals")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with LambdaLift
// phaseName = "constructors"
object constructors extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("lambdalift")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with Constructors
// phaseName = "flatten"
object flatten extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("constructors")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with Flatten
// phaseName = "mixin"
object mixer extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("flatten", "constructors")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with Mixin
// phaseName = "cleanup"
object cleanup extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("mixin")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with CleanUp
// phaseName = "icode"
object genicode extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("cleanup")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with GenICode
// phaseName = "inliner"
object inliner extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("icode")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with Inliners
// phaseName = "inlinehandlers"
object inlineExceptionHandlers extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("inliner")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with InlineExceptionHandlers
// phaseName = "closelim"
object closureElimination extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("inlinehandlers")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with ClosureElimination
// phaseName = "constopt"
object constantOptimization extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("closelim")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with ConstantOptimization
// phaseName = "dce"
object deadCode extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("closelim")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with DeadCodeElimination
// phaseName = "jvm", ASM-based version
object genASM extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val runsAfter = List("dce")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with GenASM
// phaseName = "terminal"
object terminal extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
val phaseName = "terminal"
val runsAfter = List("jvm")
val runsRightAfter = None
} with SubComponent {
private var cache: Option[GlobalPhase] = None
def reset(): Unit = cache = None
def newPhase(prev: Phase): GlobalPhase =
cache getOrElse returning(new TerminalPhase(prev))(x => cache = Some(x))
class TerminalPhase(prev: Phase) extends GlobalPhase(prev) {
def name = "terminal"
def apply(unit: CompilationUnit) {}
}
}
/** The checkers are for validating the compiler data structures
* at phase boundaries.
*/
/** Tree checker */
object treeChecker extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with TreeCheckers
/** Icode verification */
object icodeCheckers extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with ICodeCheckers
object icodeChecker extends icodeCheckers.ICodeChecker()
object typer extends analyzer.Typer(
analyzer.NoContext.make(EmptyTree, RootClass, newScope)
)
/** Add the internal compiler phases to the phases set.
* This implementation creates a description map at the same time.
*/
protected def computeInternalPhases() {
// Note: this fits -Xshow-phases into 80 column width, which it is
// desirable to preserve.
val phs = List(
syntaxAnalyzer -> "parse source into ASTs, perform simple desugaring",
analyzer.namerFactory -> "resolve names, attach symbols to named trees",
analyzer.packageObjects -> "load package objects",
analyzer.typerFactory -> "the meat and potatoes: type the trees",
patmat -> "translate match expressions",
superAccessors -> "add super accessors in traits and nested classes",
extensionMethods -> "add extension methods for inline classes",
pickler -> "serialize symbol tables",
refChecks -> "reference/override checking, translate nested objects",
uncurry -> "uncurry, translate function values to anonymous classes",
tailCalls -> "replace tail calls by jumps",
specializeTypes -> "@specialized-driven class and method specialization",
explicitOuter -> "this refs to outer pointers, translate patterns",
erasure -> "erase types, add interfaces for traits",
postErasure -> "clean up erased inline classes",
lazyVals -> "allocate bitmaps, translate lazy vals into lazified defs",
lambdaLift -> "move nested functions to top level",
constructors -> "move field definitions into constructors",
mixer -> "mixin composition",
cleanup -> "platform-specific cleanups, generate reflective calls",
genicode -> "generate portable intermediate code",
inliner -> "optimization: do inlining",
inlineExceptionHandlers -> "optimization: inline exception handlers",
closureElimination -> "optimization: eliminate uncalled closures",
constantOptimization -> "optimization: optimize null and other constants",
deadCode -> "optimization: eliminate dead code",
terminal -> "The last phase in the compiler chain"
)
phs foreach (addToPhasesSet _).tupled
}
// This is slightly inelegant but it avoids adding a new member to SubComponent,
// and attractive -Xshow-phases output is unlikely if the descs span 20 files anyway.
private val otherPhaseDescriptions = Map(
"flatten" -> "eliminate inner classes",
"jvm" -> "generate JVM bytecode"
) withDefaultValue ""
protected def computePlatformPhases() = platform.platformPhases foreach { sub =>
addToPhasesSet(sub, otherPhaseDescriptions(sub.phaseName))
}
// sequences the phase assembly
protected def computePhaseDescriptors: List[SubComponent] = {
computeInternalPhases() // Global.scala
computePlatformPhases() // backend/Platform.scala
computePluginPhases() // plugins/Plugins.scala
buildCompilerFromPhasesSet() // PhaseAssembly.scala
}
/* The phase descriptor list */
lazy val phaseDescriptors: List[SubComponent] = computePhaseDescriptors
/* The set of phase objects that is the basis for the compiler phase chain */
protected lazy val phasesSet = new mutable.HashSet[SubComponent]
protected lazy val phasesDescMap = new mutable.HashMap[SubComponent, String] withDefaultValue ""
protected def addToPhasesSet(sub: SubComponent, descr: String) {
phasesSet += sub
phasesDescMap(sub) = descr
}
/** The names of the phases. */
lazy val phaseNames = {
new Run // force some initialization
phaseDescriptors map (_.phaseName)
}
/** A description of the phases that will run */
def phaseDescriptions: String = {
val Limit = 16 // phase names should not be absurdly long
val MaxCol = 80 // because some of us edit on green screens
val maxName = (0 /: phaseNames)(_ max _.length)
val width = maxName min Limit
val maxDesc = MaxCol - (width + 6) // descriptions not novels
val fmt = if (settings.verbose.value) s"%${maxName}s %2s %s%n"
else s"%${width}.${width}s %2s %.${maxDesc}s%n"
val line1 = fmt.format("phase name", "id", "description")
val line2 = fmt.format("----------", "--", "-----------")
// built-in string precision merely truncates
import java.util.{ Formattable, FormattableFlags, Formatter }
def fmtable(s: String) = new Formattable {
override def formatTo(formatter: Formatter, flags: Int, width: Int, precision: Int) {
val p = elliptically(s, precision)
val w = if (width > 0 && p.length < width) {
import FormattableFlags.LEFT_JUSTIFY
val leftly = (flags & LEFT_JUSTIFY) == LEFT_JUSTIFY
val sb = new StringBuilder
def pad() = 1 to width - p.length foreach (_ => sb.append(' '))
if (!leftly) pad()
sb.append(p)
if (leftly) pad()
sb.toString
} else p
formatter.out.append(w)
}
}
def elliptically(s: String, max: Int) =
if (max < 0 || s.length <= max) s
else if (max < 4) s.take(max)
else s.take(max - 3) + "..."
val descs = phaseDescriptors.zipWithIndex map {
case (ph, idx) => fmt.format(fmtable(ph.phaseName), idx + 1, fmtable(phasesDescMap(ph)))
}
line1 :: line2 :: descs mkString
}
/** Summary of the per-phase values of nextFlags and newFlags, shown
* with -Xshow-phases if -Ydebug also given.
*/
def phaseFlagDescriptions: String = {
val width = phaseNames map (_.length) max
val fmt = "%" + width + "s %2s %s\n"
val line1 = fmt.format("phase name", "id", "new flags")
val line2 = fmt.format("----------", "--", "---------")
val descs = phaseDescriptors.zipWithIndex map {
case (ph, idx) =>
def fstr1 = if (ph.phaseNewFlags == 0L) "" else "[START] " + Flags.flagsToString(ph.phaseNewFlags)
def fstr2 = if (ph.phaseNextFlags == 0L) "" else "[END] " + Flags.flagsToString(ph.phaseNextFlags)
val fstr = (
if (ph.ownPhase.id == 1) Flags.flagsToString(Flags.InitialFlags)
else if (ph.phaseNewFlags != 0L && ph.phaseNextFlags != 0L) fstr1 + " " + fstr2
else fstr1 + fstr2
)
fmt.format(ph.phaseName, idx + 1, fstr)
}
line1 :: line2 :: descs mkString
}
/** Returns List of (phase, value) pairs, including only those
* where the value compares unequal to the previous phase's value.
*/
def afterEachPhase[T](op: => T): List[(Phase, T)] = { // used in tests
phaseDescriptors.map(_.ownPhase).filterNot(_ eq NoPhase).foldLeft(List[(Phase, T)]()) { (res, ph) =>
val value = exitingPhase(ph)(op)
if (res.nonEmpty && res.head._2 == value) res
else ((ph, value)) :: res
} reverse
}
private def numberedPhase(ph: Phase) = "%2d/%s".format(ph.id, ph.name)
// ------------ Invalidations ---------------------------------
/** Is given package class a system package class that cannot be invalidated?
*/
private def isSystemPackageClass(pkg: Symbol) =
pkg == RootClass ||
pkg == definitions.ScalaPackageClass || {
val pkgname = pkg.fullName
(pkgname startsWith "scala.") && !(pkgname startsWith "scala.tools")
}
/** Invalidates packages that contain classes defined in a classpath entry, and
* rescans that entry.
* @param paths Fully qualified names that refer to directories or jar files that are
* a entries on the classpath.
* First, causes the classpath entry referred to by `path` to be rescanned, so that
* any new files or deleted files or changes in subpackages are picked up.
* Second, invalidates any packages for which one of the following considitions is met:
* - the classpath entry contained during the last compilation run classfiles
* that represent a member in the package
* - the classpath entry now contains classfiles
* that represent a member in the package
* - the set of subpackages has changed.
*
* The invalidated packages are reset in their entirety; all member classes and member packages
* are re-accessed using the new classpath.
* Not invalidated are system packages that the compiler needs to access as parts
* of standard definitions. The criterion what is a system package is currently:
* any package rooted in "scala", with the exception of packages rooted in "scala.tools".
* This can be refined later.
* @return A pair consisting of
* - a list of invalidated packages
* - a list of of packages that should have been invalidated but were not because
* they are system packages.
*/
def invalidateClassPathEntries(paths: String*): (List[ClassSymbol], List[ClassSymbol]) = {
val invalidated, failed = new mutable.ListBuffer[ClassSymbol]
classPath match {
case cp: MergedClassPath[_] =>
def assoc(path: String): List[(PlatformClassPath, PlatformClassPath)] = {
val dir = AbstractFile getDirectory path
val canonical = dir.canonicalPath
def matchesCanonical(e: ClassPath[_]) = e.origin match {
case Some(opath) =>
(AbstractFile getDirectory opath).canonicalPath == canonical
case None =>
false
}
cp.entries find matchesCanonical match {
case Some(oldEntry) =>
List(oldEntry -> cp.context.newClassPath(dir))
case None =>
println(s"canonical = $canonical, origins = ${cp.entries map (_.origin)}")
error(s"cannot invalidate: no entry named $path in classpath $classPath")
List()
}
}
val subst = Map(paths flatMap assoc: _*)
if (subst.nonEmpty) {
platform updateClassPath subst
informProgress(s"classpath updated on entries [${subst.keys mkString ","}]")
def mkClassPath(elems: Iterable[PlatformClassPath]): PlatformClassPath =
if (elems.size == 1) elems.head
else new MergedClassPath(elems, classPath.context)
val oldEntries = mkClassPath(subst.keys)
val newEntries = mkClassPath(subst.values)
reSync(RootClass, Some(classPath), Some(oldEntries), Some(newEntries), invalidated, failed)
}
}
def show(msg: String, syms: scala.collection.Traversable[Symbol]) =
if (syms.nonEmpty)
informProgress(s"$msg: ${syms map (_.fullName) mkString ","}")
show("invalidated packages", invalidated)
show("could not invalidate system packages", failed)
(invalidated.toList, failed.toList)
}
/** Re-syncs symbol table with classpath
* @param root The root symbol to be resynced (a package class)
* @param allEntries Optionally, the corresponding package in the complete current classPath
* @param oldEntries Optionally, the corresponding package in the old classPath entries
* @param newEntries Optionally, the corresponding package in the new classPath entries
* @param invalidated A listbuffer collecting the invalidated package classes
* @param failed A listbuffer collecting system package classes which could not be invalidated
* The resyncing strategy is determined by the absence or presence of classes and packages.
* If either oldEntries or newEntries contains classes, root is invalidated, provided a corresponding package
* exists in allEntries, or otherwise is removed.
* Otherwise, the action is determined by the following matrix, with columns:
*
* old new all sym action
* + + + + recurse into all child packages of old ++ new
* + - + + invalidate root
* + - - + remove root from its scope
* - + + + invalidate root
* - + + - create and enter root
* - - * * no action
*
* Here, old, new, all mean classpaths and sym means symboltable. + is presence of an
* entry in its column, - is absence, * is don't care.
*
* Note that new <= all and old <= sym, so the matrix above covers all possibilities.
*/
private def reSync(root: ClassSymbol,
allEntries: OptClassPath, oldEntries: OptClassPath, newEntries: OptClassPath,
invalidated: mutable.ListBuffer[ClassSymbol], failed: mutable.ListBuffer[ClassSymbol]) {
ifDebug(informProgress(s"syncing $root, $oldEntries -> $newEntries"))
val getName: ClassPath[platform.BinaryRepr] => String = (_.name)
def hasClasses(cp: OptClassPath) = cp.isDefined && cp.get.classes.nonEmpty
def invalidateOrRemove(root: ClassSymbol) = {
allEntries match {
case Some(cp) => root setInfo new loaders.PackageLoader(cp)
case None => root.owner.info.decls unlink root.sourceModule
}
invalidated += root
}
def packageNames(cp: PlatformClassPath): Set[String] = cp.packages.toSet map getName
def subPackage(cp: PlatformClassPath, name: String): OptClassPath =
cp.packages find (cp1 => getName(cp1) == name)
val classesFound = hasClasses(oldEntries) || hasClasses(newEntries)
if (classesFound && !isSystemPackageClass(root)) {
invalidateOrRemove(root)
} else {
if (classesFound) {
if (root.isRoot) invalidateOrRemove(EmptyPackageClass)
else failed += root
}
(oldEntries, newEntries) match {
case (Some(oldcp) , Some(newcp)) =>
for (pstr <- packageNames(oldcp) ++ packageNames(newcp)) {
val pname = newTermName(pstr)
val pkg = (root.info decl pname) orElse {
// package was created by external agent, create symbol to track it
assert(!subPackage(oldcp, pstr).isDefined)
loaders.enterPackage(root, pstr, new loaders.PackageLoader(allEntries.get))
}
reSync(
pkg.moduleClass.asInstanceOf[ClassSymbol],
subPackage(allEntries.get, pstr), subPackage(oldcp, pstr), subPackage(newcp, pstr),
invalidated, failed)
}
case (Some(oldcp), None) =>
invalidateOrRemove(root)
case (None, Some(newcp)) =>
invalidateOrRemove(root)
case (None, None) =>
}
}
}
/** Invalidate contents of setting -Yinvalidate */
def doInvalidation() = settings.Yinvalidate.value match {
case "" =>
case entry => invalidateClassPathEntries(entry)
}
// ----------- Runs ---------------------------------------
private var curRun: Run = null
private var curRunId = 0
/** A hook that lets subclasses of `Global` define whether a package or class should be kept loaded for the
* next compiler run. If the parameter `sym` is a class or object, and `clearOnNextRun(sym)` returns `true`,
* then the symbol is unloaded and reset to its state before the last compiler run. If the parameter `sym` is
* a package, and clearOnNextRun(sym)` returns `true`, the package is recursively searched for
* classes to drop.
*
* Example: Let's say I want a compiler that drops all classes corresponding to the current project
* between runs. Then `keepForNextRun` of a toplevel class or object should return `true` if the
* class or object does not form part of the current project, `false` otherwise. For a package,
* clearOnNextRun should return `true` if no class in that package forms part of the current project,
* `false` otherwise.
*
* @param sym A class symbol, object symbol, package, or package class.
*/
@deprecated("use invalidateClassPathEntries instead", "2.10.0")
def clearOnNextRun(sym: Symbol) = false
/* To try out clearOnNext run on the scala.tools.nsc project itself
* replace `false` above with the following code
settings.Xexperimental.value && { sym.isRoot || {
sym.fullName match {
case "scala" | "scala.tools" | "scala.tools.nsc" => true
case _ => sym.owner.fullName.startsWith("scala.tools.nsc")
}
}}
* Then, fsc -Xexperimental clears the nsc project between successive runs of `fsc`.
*/
/** Remove the current run when not needed anymore. Used by the build
* manager to save on the memory foot print. The current run holds on
* to all compilation units, which in turn hold on to trees.
*/
private [nsc] def dropRun() {
curRun = null
}
object typeDeconstruct extends {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
} with typechecker.StructuredTypeStrings
/** There are common error conditions where when the exception hits
* here, currentRun.currentUnit is null. This robs us of the knowledge
* of what file was being compiled when it broke. Since I really
* really want to know, this hack.
*/
protected var lastSeenSourceFile: SourceFile = NoSourceFile
/** Let's share a lot more about why we crash all over the place.
* People will be very grateful.
*/
protected var lastSeenContext: analyzer.Context = null
/** The currently active run
*/
def currentRun: Run = curRun
def currentUnit: CompilationUnit = if (currentRun eq null) NoCompilationUnit else currentRun.currentUnit
def currentSource: SourceFile = if (currentUnit.exists) currentUnit.source else lastSeenSourceFile
def isGlobalInitialized = (
definitions.isDefinitionsInitialized
&& rootMirror.isMirrorInitialized
)
override def isPastTyper = (
(curRun ne null)
&& isGlobalInitialized // defense against init order issues
&& (globalPhase.id > currentRun.typerPhase.id)
)
// TODO - trim these to the absolute minimum.
@inline final def exitingErasure[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.erasurePhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingPostErasure[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.posterasurePhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingExplicitOuter[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.explicitouterPhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingFlatten[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.flattenPhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingMixin[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.mixinPhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingPickler[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.picklerPhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingRefchecks[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.refchecksPhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingSpecialize[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.specializePhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingTyper[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.typerPhase)(op)
@inline final def exitingUncurry[T](op: => T): T = exitingPhase(currentRun.uncurryPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringErasure[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.erasurePhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringExplicitOuter[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.explicitouterPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringFlatten[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.flattenPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringIcode[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.icodePhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringMixin[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.mixinPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringPickler[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.picklerPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringRefchecks[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.refchecksPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringTyper[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.typerPhase)(op)
@inline final def enteringUncurry[T](op: => T): T = enteringPhase(currentRun.uncurryPhase)(op)
// Owners up to and including the first package class.
private def ownerChainString(sym: Symbol): String = (
if (sym == null) ""
else sym.ownerChain.span(!_.isPackageClass) match {
case (xs, pkg :: _) => (xs :+ pkg) mkString " -> "
case _ => sym.ownerChain mkString " -> " // unlikely
}
)
private def formatExplain(pairs: (String, Any)*): String = (
pairs.toList collect { case (k, v) if v != null => "%20s: %s".format(k, v) } mkString "\n"
)
/** Don't want to introduce new errors trying to report errors,
* so swallow exceptions.
*/
override def supplementErrorMessage(errorMessage: String): String =
if (currentRun.supplementedError) errorMessage
else try {
val tree = analyzer.lastTreeToTyper
val sym = tree.symbol
val tpe = tree.tpe
val enclosing = lastSeenContext.enclClassOrMethod.tree
val info1 = formatExplain(
"while compiling" -> currentSource.path,
"during phase" -> ( if (globalPhase eq phase) phase else "global=%s, enteringPhase=%s".format(globalPhase, phase) ),
"library version" -> scala.util.Properties.versionString,
"compiler version" -> Properties.versionString,
"reconstructed args" -> settings.recreateArgs.mkString(" ")
)
val info2 = formatExplain(
"last tree to typer" -> tree.summaryString,
"symbol" -> Option(sym).fold("null")(_.debugLocationString),
"symbol definition" -> Option(sym).fold("null")(_.defString),
"tpe" -> tpe,
"symbol owners" -> ownerChainString(sym),
"context owners" -> ownerChainString(lastSeenContext.owner)
)
val info3: List[String] = (
( List("== Enclosing template or block ==", nodePrinters.nodeToString(enclosing).trim) )
++ ( if (tpe eq null) Nil else List("== Expanded type of tree ==", typeDeconstruct.show(tpe)) )
++ ( if (!settings.debug.value) Nil else List("== Current unit body ==", nodePrinters.nodeToString(currentUnit.body)) )
++ ( List(errorMessage) )
)
currentRun.supplementedError = true
("\n" + info1) :: info2 :: info3 mkString "\n\n"
}
catch { case x: Exception => errorMessage }
/** The id of the currently active run
*/
override def currentRunId = curRunId
def echoPhaseSummary(ph: Phase) = {
/** Only output a summary message under debug if we aren't echoing each file. */
if (settings.debug.value && !(settings.verbose.value || currentRun.size < 5))
inform("[running phase " + ph.name + " on " + currentRun.size + " compilation units]")
}
/** Collects for certain classes of warnings during this run. */
class ConditionalWarning(what: String, option: Settings#BooleanSetting) {
val warnings = mutable.LinkedHashMap[Position, String]()
def warn(pos: Position, msg: String) =
if (option.value) reporter.warning(pos, msg)
else if (!(warnings contains pos)) warnings += ((pos, msg))
def summarize() =
if (warnings.nonEmpty && (option.isDefault || settings.fatalWarnings.value))
warning("there were %d %s warning(s); re-run with %s for details".format(warnings.size, what, option.name))
}
def newCompilationUnit(code: String) = new CompilationUnit(newSourceFile(code))
def newSourceFile(code: String) = new BatchSourceFile("<console>", code)
def newUnitScanner(unit: CompilationUnit): UnitScanner = new UnitScanner(unit)
def newUnitParser(unit: CompilationUnit): UnitParser = new UnitParser(unit)
def newUnitParser(code: String): UnitParser = newUnitParser(newCompilationUnit(code))
/** A Run is a single execution of the compiler on a sets of units
*/
class Run extends RunContextApi {
/** Have been running into too many init order issues with Run
* during erroneous conditions. Moved all these vals up to the
* top of the file so at least they're not trivially null.
*/
var isDefined = false
/** The currently compiled unit; set from GlobalPhase */
var currentUnit: CompilationUnit = NoCompilationUnit
// This change broke sbt; I gave it the thrilling name of uncheckedWarnings0 so
// as to recover uncheckedWarnings for its ever-fragile compiler interface.
val deprecationWarnings0 = new ConditionalWarning("deprecation", settings.deprecation)
val uncheckedWarnings0 = new ConditionalWarning("unchecked", settings.unchecked)
val featureWarnings = new ConditionalWarning("feature", settings.feature)
val inlinerWarnings = new ConditionalWarning("inliner", settings.YinlinerWarnings)
val allConditionalWarnings = List(deprecationWarnings0, uncheckedWarnings0, featureWarnings, inlinerWarnings)
def uncheckedWarnings: List[(Position, String)] = uncheckedWarnings0.warnings.toList // used in sbt
def deprecationWarnings: List[(Position, String)] = deprecationWarnings0.warnings.toList // used in sbt
var reportedFeature = Set[Symbol]()
/** Has any macro expansion used a fallback during this run? */
var seenMacroExpansionsFallingBack = false
/** Have we already supplemented the error message of a compiler crash? */
private[nsc] final var supplementedError = false
private val unitbuf = new mutable.ListBuffer[CompilationUnit]
val compiledFiles = new mutable.HashSet[String]
/** A map from compiled top-level symbols to their source files */
val symSource = new mutable.HashMap[Symbol, AbstractFile]
/** A map from compiled top-level symbols to their picklers */
val symData = new mutable.HashMap[Symbol, PickleBuffer]
private var phasec: Int = 0 // phases completed
private var unitc: Int = 0 // units completed this phase
private var _unitbufSize = 0
def size = _unitbufSize
override def toString = "scalac Run for:\n " + compiledFiles.toList.sorted.mkString("\n ")
// Calculate where to stop based on settings -Ystop-before or -Ystop-after.
// Slightly complicated logic due to wanting -Ystop-before:parser to fail rather
// than mysteriously running to completion.
private lazy val stopPhaseSetting = {
val result = phaseDescriptors sliding 2 collectFirst {
case xs if xs exists (settings.stopBefore contains _.phaseName) => if (settings.stopBefore contains xs.head.phaseName) xs.head else xs.last
case xs if settings.stopAfter contains xs.head.phaseName => xs.last
}
if (result exists (_.phaseName == "parser"))
globalError("Cannot stop before parser phase.")
result
}
// The phase to stop BEFORE running.
protected def stopPhase(name: String) = stopPhaseSetting exists (_.phaseName == name)
protected def skipPhase(name: String) = settings.skip contains name
/** As definitions.init requires phase != NoPhase, and calling phaseDescriptors.head
* will force init, there is some jockeying herein regarding init order: instead of
* taking the head descriptor we create a parser phase directly.
*/
private val firstPhase = {
/** Initialization. */
curRunId += 1
curRun = this
/** Set phase to a newly created syntaxAnalyzer and call definitions.init. */
val parserPhase: Phase = syntaxAnalyzer.newPhase(NoPhase)
phase = parserPhase
definitions.init()
// Flush the cache in the terminal phase: the chain could have been built
// before without being used. (This happens in the interpreter.)
terminal.reset()
// Each subcomponent supplies a phase, which are chained together.
// If -Ystop:phase is given, neither that phase nor any beyond it is added.
// If -Yskip:phase is given, that phase will be skipped.
val phaseLinks = {
val phs = (
phaseDescriptors.tail
takeWhile (pd => !stopPhase(pd.phaseName))
filterNot (pd => skipPhase(pd.phaseName))
)
// Ensure there is a terminal phase at the end, since -Ystop may have limited the phases.
if (phs.isEmpty || (phs.last ne terminal)) phs :+ terminal
else phs
}
// Link them together.
phaseLinks.foldLeft(parserPhase)((chain, ph) => ph newPhase chain)
parserPhase
}
/** Reset all classes contained in current project, as determined by
* the clearOnNextRun hook
*/
@deprecated("use invalidateClassPathEntries instead", "2.10.0")
def resetProjectClasses(root: Symbol): Unit = try {
def unlink(sym: Symbol) =
if (sym != NoSymbol) root.info.decls.unlink(sym)
if (settings.verbose.value) inform("[reset] recursing in "+root)
val toReload = mutable.Set[String]()
for (sym <- root.info.decls) {
if (sym.isInitialized && clearOnNextRun(sym))
if (sym.isPackage) {
resetProjectClasses(sym.moduleClass)
openPackageModule(sym.moduleClass)
} else {
unlink(sym)
unlink(root.info.decls.lookup(
if (sym.isTerm) sym.name.toTypeName else sym.name.toTermName))
toReload += sym.fullName
// note: toReload could be set twice with the same name
// but reinit must happen only once per name. That's why
// the following classPath.findClass { ... } code cannot be moved here.
}
}
for (fullname <- toReload)
classPath.findClass(fullname) match {
case Some(classRep) =>
if (settings.verbose.value) inform("[reset] reinit "+fullname)
loaders.initializeFromClassPath(root, classRep)
case _ =>
}
} catch {
case ex: Throwable =>
// this handler should not be nessasary, but it seems that `fsc`
// eats exceptions if they appear here. Need to find out the cause for
// this and fix it.
inform("[reset] exception happened: "+ex)
ex.printStackTrace()
throw ex
}
// --------------- Miscellania -------------------------------
/** Progress tracking. Measured in "progress units" which are 1 per
* compilation unit per phase completed.
*
* @param current number of "progress units" completed
* @param total total number of "progress units" in run
*/
def progress(current: Int, total: Int) {}
/**
* For subclasses to override. Called when `phase` is about to be run on `unit`.
* Variables are passed explicitly to indicate that `globalPhase` and `currentUnit` have been set.
*/
def informUnitStarting(phase: Phase, unit: CompilationUnit) { }
/** take note that phase is completed
* (for progress reporting)
*/
def advancePhase() {
unitc = 0
phasec += 1
refreshProgress()
}
/** take note that a phase on a unit is completed
* (for progress reporting)
*/
def advanceUnit() {
unitc += 1
refreshProgress()
}
def cancel() { reporter.cancelled = true }
private def currentProgress = (phasec * size) + unitc
private def totalProgress = (phaseDescriptors.size - 1) * size // -1: drops terminal phase
private def refreshProgress() = if (size > 0) progress(currentProgress, totalProgress)
// ----- finding phases --------------------------------------------
def phaseNamed(name: String): Phase =
findOrElse(firstPhase.iterator)(_.name == name)(NoPhase)
/** All phases as of 3/2012 here for handiness; the ones in
* active use uncommented.
*/
val parserPhase = phaseNamed("parser")
val namerPhase = phaseNamed("namer")
// val packageobjectsPhase = phaseNamed("packageobjects")
val typerPhase = phaseNamed("typer")
// val inlineclassesPhase = phaseNamed("inlineclasses")
// val superaccessorsPhase = phaseNamed("superaccessors")
val picklerPhase = phaseNamed("pickler")
val refchecksPhase = phaseNamed("refchecks")
// val selectiveanfPhase = phaseNamed("selectiveanf")
// val selectivecpsPhase = phaseNamed("selectivecps")
val uncurryPhase = phaseNamed("uncurry")
// val tailcallsPhase = phaseNamed("tailcalls")
val specializePhase = phaseNamed("specialize")
val explicitouterPhase = phaseNamed("explicitouter")
val erasurePhase = phaseNamed("erasure")
val posterasurePhase = phaseNamed("posterasure")
// val lazyvalsPhase = phaseNamed("lazyvals")
// val lambdaliftPhase = phaseNamed("lambdalift")
// val constructorsPhase = phaseNamed("constructors")
val flattenPhase = phaseNamed("flatten")
val mixinPhase = phaseNamed("mixin")
val cleanupPhase = phaseNamed("cleanup")
val icodePhase = phaseNamed("icode")
val inlinerPhase = phaseNamed("inliner")
val inlineExceptionHandlersPhase = phaseNamed("inlinehandlers")
val closelimPhase = phaseNamed("closelim")
val dcePhase = phaseNamed("dce")
// val jvmPhase = phaseNamed("jvm")
def runIsAt(ph: Phase) = globalPhase.id == ph.id
def runIsAtOptimiz = {
runIsAt(inlinerPhase) || // listing phases in full for robustness when -Ystop-after has been given.
runIsAt(inlineExceptionHandlersPhase) ||
runIsAt(closelimPhase) ||
runIsAt(dcePhase)
}
isDefined = true
// ----------- Units and top-level classes and objects --------
/** add unit to be compiled in this run */
private def addUnit(unit: CompilationUnit) {
unitbuf += unit
_unitbufSize += 1 // counting as they're added so size is cheap
compiledFiles += unit.source.file.path
}
private def checkDeprecatedSettings(unit: CompilationUnit) {
// issue warnings for any usage of deprecated settings
settings.userSetSettings filter (_.isDeprecated) foreach { s =>
unit.deprecationWarning(NoPosition, s.name + " is deprecated: " + s.deprecationMessage.get)
}
if (settings.target.value.contains("jvm-1.5"))
unit.deprecationWarning(NoPosition, settings.target.name + ":" + settings.target.value + " is deprecated: use target for Java 1.6 or above.")
}
/* An iterator returning all the units being compiled in this run */
/* !!! Note: changing this to unitbuf.toList.iterator breaks a bunch
of tests in tests/res. This is bad, it means the resident compiler
relies on an iterator of a mutable data structure reflecting changes
made to the underlying structure (in whatever accidental way it is
currently depending upon.)
*/
def units: Iterator[CompilationUnit] = unitbuf.iterator
def registerPickle(sym: Symbol): Unit = ()
/** does this run compile given class, module, or case factory? */
def compiles(sym: Symbol): Boolean =
if (sym == NoSymbol) false
else if (symSource.isDefinedAt(sym)) true
else if (!sym.isTopLevel) compiles(sym.enclosingTopLevelClass)
else if (sym.isModuleClass) compiles(sym.sourceModule)
else false
/** Is this run allowed to redefine the given symbol? Usually this is true
* if the run does not already compile `sym`, but for interactive mode
* we have a more liberal interpretation.
*/
def canRedefine(sym: Symbol) = !compiles(sym)
// --------------- Compilation methods ----------------------------
protected def runCheckers() {
val toCheck = globalPhase.prev
val canCheck = toCheck.checkable
val fmt = if (canCheck) "[Now checking: %s]" else "[Not checkable: %s]"
inform(fmt format toCheck.name)
if (canCheck) {
phase = globalPhase
if (globalPhase.id >= icodePhase.id) icodeChecker.checkICodes()
else treeChecker.checkTrees()
}
}
private def showMembers() = {
// Allows for syntax like scalac -Xshow-class Random@erasure,typer
def splitClassAndPhase(str: String, term: Boolean): Name = {
def mkName(s: String) = if (term) newTermName(s) else newTypeName(s)
(str indexOf '@') match {
case -1 => mkName(str)
case idx =>
val phasePart = str drop (idx + 1)
settings.Yshow.tryToSetColon(phasePart split ',' toList)
mkName(str take idx)
}
}
if (settings.Xshowcls.isSetByUser)
showDef(splitClassAndPhase(settings.Xshowcls.value, term = false), declsOnly = false, globalPhase)
if (settings.Xshowobj.isSetByUser)
showDef(splitClassAndPhase(settings.Xshowobj.value, term = true), declsOnly = false, globalPhase)
}
// Similarly, this will only be created under -Yshow-syms.
object trackerFactory extends SymbolTrackers {
val global: Global.this.type = Global.this
lazy val trackers = currentRun.units.toList map (x => SymbolTracker(x))
def snapshot() = {
inform("\n[[symbol layout at end of " + phase + "]]")
exitingPhase(phase) {
trackers foreach { t =>
t.snapshot()
inform(t.show("Heading from " + phase.prev.name + " to " + phase.name))
}
}
}
}
def reportCompileErrors() {
if (!reporter.hasErrors && reporter.hasWarnings && settings.fatalWarnings.value)
globalError("No warnings can be incurred under -Xfatal-warnings.")
if (reporter.hasErrors) {
for ((sym, file) <- symSource.iterator) {
sym.reset(new loaders.SourcefileLoader(file))
if (sym.isTerm)
sym.moduleClass reset loaders.moduleClassLoader
}
}
else {
allConditionalWarnings foreach (_.summarize())
if (seenMacroExpansionsFallingBack)
warning("some macros could not be expanded and code fell back to overridden methods;"+
"\nrecompiling with generated classfiles on the classpath might help.")
// todo: migrationWarnings
}
}
/** Compile list of source files */
def compileSources(sources: List[SourceFile]) {
// there is a problem already, e.g. a plugin was passed a bad option
if (reporter.hasErrors)
return
// nothing to compile, but we should still report use of deprecated options
if (sources.isEmpty) {
checkDeprecatedSettings(newCompilationUnit(""))
reportCompileErrors()
return
}
compileUnits(sources map (new CompilationUnit(_)), firstPhase)
}
def compileUnits(units: List[CompilationUnit], fromPhase: Phase) {
try compileUnitsInternal(units, fromPhase)
catch { case ex: Throwable =>
val shown = if (settings.verbose.value)
stackTraceString(ex)
else
stackTraceHeadString(ex) // note that error stacktraces do not print in fsc
globalError(supplementErrorMessage("uncaught exception during compilation: " + shown))
throw ex
}
}
private def compileUnitsInternal(units: List[CompilationUnit], fromPhase: Phase) {
doInvalidation()
units foreach addUnit
val startTime = currentTime
reporter.reset()
checkDeprecatedSettings(unitbuf.head)
globalPhase = fromPhase
while (globalPhase.hasNext && !reporter.hasErrors) {
val startTime = currentTime
phase = globalPhase
globalPhase.run()
// progress update
informTime(globalPhase.description, startTime)
val shouldWriteIcode = (
(settings.writeICode.isSetByUser && (settings.writeICode containsPhase globalPhase))
|| (!settings.Xprint.doAllPhases && (settings.Xprint containsPhase globalPhase) && runIsAtOptimiz)
)
if (shouldWriteIcode) {
// Write *.icode files when -Xprint-icode or -Xprint:<some-optimiz-phase> was given.
writeICode()
} else if ((settings.Xprint containsPhase globalPhase) || settings.printLate.value && runIsAt(cleanupPhase)) {
// print trees
if (settings.Xshowtrees.value || settings.XshowtreesCompact.value || settings.XshowtreesStringified.value) nodePrinters.printAll()
else printAllUnits()
}
// print the symbols presently attached to AST nodes
if (settings.Yshowsyms.value)
trackerFactory.snapshot()
// print members
if (settings.Yshow containsPhase globalPhase)
showMembers()
// browse trees with swing tree viewer
if (settings.browse containsPhase globalPhase)
treeBrowser browse (phase.name, units)
// move the pointer
globalPhase = globalPhase.next
// run tree/icode checkers
if (settings.check containsPhase globalPhase.prev)
runCheckers()
// output collected statistics
if (settings.Ystatistics.value)
statistics.print(phase)
advancePhase()
}
if (traceSymbolActivity)
units map (_.body) foreach (traceSymbols recordSymbolsInTree _)
// In case no phase was specified for -Xshow-class/object, show it now for sure.
if (settings.Yshow.isDefault)
showMembers()
reportCompileErrors()
symSource.keys foreach (x => resetPackageClass(x.owner))
informTime("total", startTime)
// Clear any sets or maps created via perRunCaches.
perRunCaches.clearAll()
// Reset project
if (!stopPhase("namer")) {
enteringPhase(namerPhase) {
resetProjectClasses(RootClass)
}
}
}
/** Compile list of abstract files. */
def compileFiles(files: List[AbstractFile]) {
try compileSources(files map getSourceFile)
catch { case ex: IOException => globalError(ex.getMessage()) }
}
/** Compile list of files given by their names */
def compile(filenames: List[String]) {
try {
val sources: List[SourceFile] =
if (settings.script.isSetByUser && filenames.size > 1) returning(Nil)(_ => globalError("can only compile one script at a time"))
else filenames map getSourceFile
compileSources(sources)
}
catch { case ex: IOException => globalError(ex.getMessage()) }
}
/** Compile abstract file until `globalPhase`, but at least
* to phase "namer".
*/
def compileLate(file: AbstractFile) {
if (!compiledFiles(file.path))
compileLate(new CompilationUnit(getSourceFile(file)))
}
/** Compile abstract file until `globalPhase`, but at least to phase "namer".
*/
def compileLate(unit: CompilationUnit) {
addUnit(unit)
if (firstPhase ne null) { // we might get here during initialization, is a source is newer than the binary
val maxId = math.max(globalPhase.id, typerPhase.id)
firstPhase.iterator takeWhile (_.id < maxId) foreach (ph =>
enteringPhase(ph)(ph.asInstanceOf[GlobalPhase] applyPhase unit))
refreshProgress()
}
}
/** Reset package class to state at typer (not sure what this
* is needed for?)
*/
private def resetPackageClass(pclazz: Symbol) {
enteringPhase(firstPhase) {
pclazz.setInfo(enteringPhase(typerPhase)(pclazz.info))
}
if (!pclazz.isRoot) resetPackageClass(pclazz.owner)
}
} // class Run
def printAllUnits() {
print("[[syntax trees at end of %25s]]".format(phase))
exitingPhase(phase)(currentRun.units foreach { unit =>
nodePrinters showUnit unit
})
}
/** We resolve the class/object ambiguity by passing a type/term name.
*/
def showDef(fullName: Name, declsOnly: Boolean, ph: Phase) = {
val boringOwners = Set[Symbol](definitions.AnyClass, definitions.AnyRefClass, definitions.ObjectClass)
def phased[T](body: => T): T = exitingPhase(ph)(body)
def boringMember(sym: Symbol) = boringOwners(sym.owner)
def symString(sym: Symbol) = if (sym.isTerm) sym.defString else sym.toString
def members(sym: Symbol) = phased(sym.info.members filterNot boringMember map symString)
def decls(sym: Symbol) = phased(sym.info.decls.toList map symString)
def bases(sym: Symbol) = phased(sym.info.baseClasses map (x => x.kindString + " " + x.fullName))
// make the type/term selections walking from the root.
val syms = findMemberFromRoot(fullName) match {
// The name as given was not found, so we'll sift through every symbol in
// the run looking for plausible matches.
case NoSymbol => phased(currentRun.symSource.keys map (sym => findNamedMember(fullName, sym)) filterNot (_ == NoSymbol) toList)
// The name as given matched, so show only that.
case sym => List(sym)
}
syms foreach { sym =>
val name = "\n<<-- %s %s after phase '%s' -->>".format(sym.kindString, sym.fullName, ph.name)
val baseClasses = bases(sym).mkString("Base classes:\n ", "\n ", "")
val contents =
if (declsOnly) decls(sym).mkString("Declarations:\n ", "\n ", "")
else members(sym).mkString("Members (excluding Any/AnyRef unless overridden):\n ", "\n ", "")
inform(List(name, baseClasses, contents) mkString "\n\n")
}
}
def getFile(source: AbstractFile, segments: Array[String], suffix: String): File = {
val outDir = Path(
settings.outputDirs.outputDirFor(source).path match {
case "" => "."
case path => path
}
)
val dir = segments.init.foldLeft(outDir)(_ / _).createDirectory()
new File(dir.path, segments.last + suffix)
}
/** Returns the file with the given suffix for the given class. Used for icode writing. */
def getFile(clazz: Symbol, suffix: String): File = getFile(clazz.sourceFile, clazz.fullName split '.', suffix)
private def writeICode() {
val printer = new icodes.TextPrinter(null, icodes.linearizer)
icodes.classes.values.foreach((cls) => {
val suffix = if (cls.symbol.hasModuleFlag) "$.icode" else ".icode"
val file = getFile(cls.symbol, suffix)
// if (file.exists())
// file = new File(file.getParentFile(), file.getName() + "1")
try {
val stream = new FileOutputStream(file)
printer.setWriter(new PrintWriter(stream, true))
printer.printClass(cls)
informProgress("wrote " + file)
} catch {
case ex: IOException =>
if (settings.debug.value) ex.printStackTrace()
globalError("could not write file " + file)
}
})
}
def createJavadoc = false
}
object Global {
def apply(settings: Settings, reporter: Reporter): Global = new Global(settings, reporter)
}
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