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% (c) The GRASP/AQUA Project, Glasgow University, 1992-1998
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\section[RnIfaces]{Cacheing and Renaming of Interfaces}

\begin{code}
module RnIfaces (
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	findAndReadIface, 

	getInterfaceExports, getDeferredDecls,
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	getImportedInstDecls, getImportedRules,
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	lookupFixityRn, loadHomeInterface,
	importDecl, ImportDeclResult(..), recordLocalSlurps, loadBuiltinRules,
	mkImportExportInfo, getSlurped, 
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	checkModUsage, outOfDate, upToDate,
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	getDeclBinders, getDeclSysBinders,
	removeContext	 	-- removeContext probably belongs somewhere else
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    ) where

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#include "HsVersions.h"
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import CmdLineOpts	( opt_NoPruneDecls, opt_NoPruneTyDecls, opt_IgnoreIfacePragmas )
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import HsSyn		( HsDecl(..), TyClDecl(..), InstDecl(..), IfaceSig(..), 
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			  HsType(..), ConDecl(..), IE(..), ConDetails(..), Sig(..),
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			  ForeignDecl(..), ForKind(..), isDynamicExtName,
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			  FixitySig(..), RuleDecl(..),
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			  isClassOpSig, DeprecDecl(..)
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			)
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import HsImpExp		( ieNames )
import CoreSyn		( CoreRule )
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import BasicTypes	( Version, NewOrData(..) )
import RdrHsSyn		( RdrNameHsDecl, RdrNameInstDecl, RdrNameRuleDecl,
			  RdrNameDeprecation, RdrNameIE,
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			  extractHsTyRdrNames 
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import RnEnv
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import RnMonad
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import ParseIface	( parseIface, IfaceStuff(..) )
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import Name		( Name {-instance NamedThing-}, nameOccName,
			  nameModule, isLocallyDefined, 
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			  isWiredInName, nameUnique, NamedThing(..),
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import Module		( Module, moduleString, pprModule,
			  mkVanillaModule, pprModuleName,
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			  moduleUserString, moduleName, isLocalModule,
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			  ModuleName, WhereFrom(..),
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import RdrName		( RdrName, rdrNameOcc )
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import NameSet
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import SrcLoc		( mkSrcLoc, SrcLoc )
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import PrelInfo		( cCallishTyKeys )
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import Maybes		( MaybeErr(..), maybeToBool, orElse )
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import Unique		( Uniquable(..) )
import StringBuffer     ( hGetStringBuffer )
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import FastString	( mkFastString )
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import ErrUtils         ( Message )
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import Util		( sortLt )
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import Lex
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import FiniteMap
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import Outputable
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import Bag
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import List	( nub )
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\end{code}

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%*********************************************************
%*							*
\subsection{Loading a new interface file}
%*							*
%*********************************************************
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\begin{code}
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loadHomeInterface :: SDoc -> Name -> RnM d Ifaces
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loadHomeInterface doc_str name
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  = loadInterface doc_str (moduleName (nameModule name)) ImportBySystem
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loadOrphanModules :: [ModuleName] -> RnM d ()
loadOrphanModules mods
  | null mods = returnRn ()
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  | otherwise = traceRn (text "Loading orphan modules:" <+> 
			 fsep (map pprModuleName mods))		`thenRn_` 
		mapRn_ load mods				`thenRn_`
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		returnRn ()
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    load mod   = loadInterface (mk_doc mod) mod ImportBySystem
    mk_doc mod = pprModuleName mod <+> ptext SLIT("is a orphan-instance module")
	   
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loadInterface :: SDoc -> ModuleName -> WhereFrom -> RnM d Ifaces
loadInterface doc mod from 
  = tryLoadInterface doc mod from	`thenRn` \ (ifaces, maybe_err) ->
    case maybe_err of
	Nothing  -> returnRn ifaces
	Just err -> failWithRn ifaces err

tryLoadInterface :: SDoc -> ModuleName -> WhereFrom -> RnM d (Ifaces, Maybe Message)
	-- Returns (Just err) if an error happened
	-- Guarantees to return with iImpModInfo m --> (... Just cts)
	-- (If the load fails, we plug in a vanilla placeholder
tryLoadInterface doc_str mod_name from
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 = getIfacesRn 			`thenRn` \ ifaces ->
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   let
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	mod_map  = iImpModInfo ifaces
	mod_info = lookupFM mod_map mod_name

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	hi_boot_file = case from of {
		     	 ImportByUser       -> False ;		-- Not hi-boot
		     	 ImportByUserSource -> True ;		-- hi-boot
			 ImportBySystem     -> 
		       case mod_info of
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			 Nothing -> False
				-- We're importing a module we know absolutely
				-- nothing about, so we assume it's from
				-- another package, where we aren't doing 
				-- dependency tracking. So it won't be a hi-boot file.
		       }
	redundant_source_import 
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		(ImportByUserSource, Just (_,False,_)) -> True
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		other					 -> False
   in
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   case mod_info of {
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	_ ->

	-- Issue a warning for a redundant {- SOURCE -} import
	-- NB that we arrange to read all the ordinary imports before 
	-- any of the {- SOURCE -} imports
   warnCheckRn	(not redundant_source_import)
		(warnRedundantSourceImport mod_name)	`thenRn_`
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	-- READ THE MODULE IN
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   findAndReadIface doc_str mod_name hi_boot_file   `thenRn` \ read_result ->
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   case read_result of {
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	Left err -> 	-- Not found, so add an empty export env to the Ifaces map
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	   let
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		new_mod_map = addToFM mod_map mod_name (False, False, Just (mod, 0, 0, 0, from, []))
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		new_ifaces  = ifaces { iImpModInfo = new_mod_map }
	   in
	   setIfacesRn new_ifaces		`thenRn_`
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	-- Found and parsed!
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	Right iface ->
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	-- LOAD IT INTO Ifaces
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	-- NB: *first* we do loadDecl, so that the provenance of all the locally-defined
	---    names is done correctly (notably, whether this is an .hi file or .hi-boot file).
	--     If we do loadExport first the wrong info gets into the cache (unless we
	-- 	explicitly tag each export which seems a bit of a bore)
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    getModuleRn 		`thenRn` \ this_mod ->
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	-- Sanity check.  If we're system-importing a module we know nothing at all
	-- about, it should be from a different package to this one
    WARN( not (maybeToBool mod_info) && 
	  case from of { ImportBySystem -> True; other -> False } &&
	  isLocalModule mod,
	  ppr mod )
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    foldlRn (loadDecl mod)	(iDecls ifaces)   (pi_decls iface)	`thenRn` \ new_decls ->
    foldlRn (loadInstDecl mod)	(iInsts ifaces)   (pi_insts iface)	`thenRn` \ new_insts ->
    loadRules mod		(iRules ifaces)   (pi_rules iface)	`thenRn` \ new_rules ->
    loadFixDecls mod_name	(iFixes ifaces)   (pi_fixity iface)	`thenRn` \ new_fixities ->
    foldlRn (loadDeprec mod)	(iDeprecs ifaces) (pi_deprecs iface)	`thenRn` \ new_deprecs ->
    mapRn (loadExport this_mod) (pi_exports iface)			`thenRn` \ avails_s ->
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    let
	-- For an explicit user import, add to mod_map info about
	-- the things the imported module depends on, extracted
	-- from its usage info.
	mod_map1 = case from of
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			ImportByUser -> addModDeps mod (pi_usages iface) mod_map
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			other        -> mod_map

	-- Now add info about this module
	mod_map2    = addToFM mod_map1 mod_name mod_details
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	cts	    = (pi_mod iface, pi_vers iface, 
		       fst (pi_fixity iface), fst (pi_rules iface), 
		       from, concat avails_s)
	mod_details = (pi_orphan iface, hi_boot_file, Just cts)
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	new_ifaces = ifaces { iImpModInfo = mod_map2,
			      iDecls      = new_decls,
			      iFixes      = new_fixities,
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-----------------------------------------------------
--	Adding module dependencies from the 
--	import decls in the interface file
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addModDeps :: Module -> [ImportVersion a] 
	   -> ImportedModuleInfo -> ImportedModuleInfo
-- (addModDeps M ivs deps)
-- We are importing module M, and M.hi contains 'import' decls given by ivs
addModDeps mod new_deps mod_deps
  = foldr add mod_deps filtered_new_deps
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	-- Don't record dependencies when importing a module from another package
	-- Except for its descendents which contain orphans,
	-- and in that case, forget about the boot indicator
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	| isLocalModule mod = [ (imp_mod, (has_orphans, is_boot, Nothing))
			      | (imp_mod, has_orphans, is_boot, _) <- new_deps 
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    add (imp_mod, dep) deps = addToFM_C combine deps imp_mod dep
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							-- or if it's a non-boot pending load
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--	Loading the export list
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	-- If the module exports anything defined in this module, just ignore it.
	-- Reason: otherwise it looks as if there are two local definition sites
	-- for the thing, and an error gets reported.  Easiest thing is just to
	-- filter them out up front. This situation only arises if a module
	-- imports itself, or another module that imported it.  (Necessarily,
	-- this invoves a loop.)  Consequence: if you say
	--	module A where
	--	   import B( AType )
	--	   type AType = ...
	--
	--	module B( AType ) where
	--	   import {-# SOURCE #-} A( AType )
	--
	-- then you'll get a 'B does not export AType' message.  A bit bogus
	-- but it's a bogus thing to do!

  | otherwise
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    load_entity mod (Avail occ)
      =	new_name mod occ	`thenRn` \ name ->
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	returnRn (Avail name)
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    load_entity mod (AvailTC occ occs)
      =	new_name mod occ	      `thenRn` \ name ->
        mapRn (new_name mod) occs     `thenRn` \ names ->
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--	Loading type/class/value decls
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    case maybe_avail of {
	Nothing -> returnRn decls_map;	-- No bindings
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		-- Add the sys-binders to avail.  When we import the decl,
		-- it's full_avail that will get added to the 'already-slurped' set (iSlurp)
		-- If we miss out sys-binders, we'll read the decl multiple times!

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	new_decls_map = foldl add_decl decls_map
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	-- There maybe occurrences that don't have the correct Module, but
	-- by the typechecker will propagate the binding definition to all 
	-- the occurrences, so that doesn't matter
    new_name rdr_name loc = newTopBinder mod (rdrNameOcc rdr_name)
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    {-
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      If a signature decl is being loaded, and optIgnoreIfacePragmas is on,
      we toss away unfolding information.
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      Also, if the signature is loaded from a module we're importing from source,
      we do the same. This is to avoid situations when compiling a pair of mutually
      recursive modules, peering at unfolding info in the interface file of the other, 
      e.g., you compile A, it looks at B's interface file and may as a result change
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      its interface file. Hence, B is recompiled, maybe changing its interface file,
      which will the unfolding info used in A to become invalid. Simple way out is to
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      just ignore unfolding info.
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      [Jan 99: I junked the second test above.  If we're importing from an hi-boot
       file there isn't going to *be* any pragma info.  Maybe the above comment
       dates from a time where we picked up a .hi file first if it existed?]
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    -}
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    decl' = case decl of
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	       SigD (IfaceSig name tp ls loc) | opt_IgnoreIfacePragmas
			 ->  SigD (IfaceSig name tp [] loc)
	       other	 -> decl
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--	Loading fixity decls
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loadFixDecls mod_name fixity_env (version, decls)
  | null decls = returnRn fixity_env

  | otherwise
  = mapRn (loadFixDecl mod_name) decls	`thenRn` \ to_add ->
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--	Loading instance decls
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  = 
	-- Find out what type constructors and classes are "gates" for the
	-- instance declaration.  If all these "gates" are slurped in then
	-- we should slurp the instance decl too.
	-- 
	-- We *don't* want to count names in the context part as gates, though.
	-- For example:
	--		instance Foo a => Baz (T a) where ...
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    mapRn lookupOrigName free_names	`thenRn` \ gate_names ->
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-- In interface files, the instance decls now look like
--	forall a. Foo a -> Baz (T a)
-- so we have to strip off function argument types as well
-- as the bit before the '=>' (which is always empty in interface files)
removeContext (HsForAllTy tvs cxt ty) = HsForAllTy tvs [] (removeFuns ty)
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--	Loading Rules
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loadRules :: Module -> IfaceRules 
	  -> (Version, [RdrNameRuleDecl])
	  -> RnM d IfaceRules
loadRules mod rule_bag (version, rules)
  | null rules || opt_IgnoreIfacePragmas 
  = returnRn rule_bag
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    mapRn (loadRule mod) rules		`thenRn` \ new_rules ->
    returnRn (rule_bag `unionBags` listToBag new_rules)

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loadBuiltinRules :: [(RdrName, CoreRule)] -> RnMG ()
loadBuiltinRules builtin_rules
  = getIfacesRn				`thenRn` \ ifaces ->
    mapRn loadBuiltinRule builtin_rules	`thenRn` \ rule_decls ->
    setIfacesRn (ifaces { iRules = iRules ifaces `unionBags` listToBag rule_decls })

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    mapRn lookupOrigName (ieNames ie)		`thenRn` \ names ->
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\begin{code}
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-- Given the usage information extracted from the old
-- M.hi file for the module being compiled, figure out
-- whether M needs to be recompiled.
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	--	import Foo :: ;
	-- then that simply records that Foo lies below CurrentModule in the
	-- hierarchy, but CurrentModule doesn't depend in any way on Foo.
	-- In this case we don't even want to open Foo's interface.
  = traceRn (ptext SLIT("Nothing used from:") <+> ppr mod_name)	`thenRn_`
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    case maybe_err of {
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				      pprModuleName mod_name]) ;
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		-- old interface file.  Don't complain -- it might just be that
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		= case lookupFM (iImpModInfo ifaces) mod_name of
			   Just (_, _, Just stuff) -> stuff

        old_mod_vers = case whats_imported of
			 Everything v 	     -> v
			 Specifically v _ _ _ -> v
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	-- If the usage info wants to say "I imported everything from this module"
	--     it does so by making whats_imported equal to Everything
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      Everything _ 
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data ImportDeclResult
  = AlreadySlurped
  | WiredIn	
  | Deferred
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    else if isWiredInName name then
	-- When we find a wired-in name we must load its
	-- home module so that we find any instance decls therein
	loadHomeInterface doc name	`thenRn_`
	returnRn WiredIn

    else getNonWiredInDecl name
  where
    doc = ptext SLIT("need home module for wired in thing") <+> ppr name


{-	I don't think this is necessary any more; SLPJ May 00
    load_home name 
	| name `elemNameSet` source_binders = returnRn ()
		-- When compiling the prelude, a wired-in thing may
		-- be defined in this module, in which case we don't
		-- want to load its home module!
		-- Using 'isLocallyDefined' doesn't work because some of
		-- the free variables returned are simply 'listTyCon_Name',
		-- with a system provenance.  We could look them up every time
		-- but that seems a waste.
	| otherwise = loadHomeInterface doc name	`thenRn_`
		      returnRn ()
-}

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      Just (version, avail, is_tycon_name, decl@(_, TyClD (TyData DataType _ _ _ _ ncons _ _ _)))
	-- This case deals with deferred import of algebraic data types

	|  not opt_NoPruneTyDecls

	&& (opt_IgnoreIfacePragmas || ncons > 1)
		-- We only defer if imported interface pragmas are ingored
		-- or if it's not a product type.
		-- Sole reason: The wrapper for a strict function may need to look
		-- inside its arg, and hence need to see its arg type's constructors.

	&& not (getUnique tycon_name `elem` cCallishTyKeys)
		-- Never defer ccall types; we have to unbox them, 
		-- and importing them does no harm

	-> 	-- OK, so we're importing a deferrable data type
	    if needed_name == tycon_name then	
		-- The needed_name is the TyCon of a data type decl
		-- Record that it's slurped, put it in the deferred set
		-- and don't return a declaration at all
		setIfacesRn (recordSlurp (ifaces {iDeferred = iDeferred ifaces 
							      `addOneToNameSet` tycon_name})
				    	 version (AvailTC needed_name [needed_name]))	`thenRn_`
		returnRn Deferred
	    else
	 	-- The needed name is a constructor of a data type decl,
		-- getting a constructor, so remove the TyCon from the deferred set
		-- (if it's there) and return the full declaration
		 setIfacesRn (recordSlurp (ifaces {iDeferred = iDeferred ifaces 
							       `delFromNameSet` tycon_name})
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    let
	decls_map   	    = iDecls ifaces
	deferred_names	    = nameSetToList (iDeferred ifaces)
        get_abstract_decl n = case lookupNameEnv decls_map n of
				 Just (_, _, _, decl) -> decl
    in
    traceRn (sep [text "getDeferredDecls", nest 4 (fsep (map ppr deferred_names))])	`thenRn_`
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      -- which exports a function 'f', which is defined in module B.  Then B isn't loaded
      -- right away (after all, it's possible that nothing from B will be used).
      -- When we come across a use of 'f', we need to know its fixity, and it's then,
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	module A( f, g ) where	|	module B( f ) where
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Here, @B.f@ isn't used in A.  Should we nevertheless record @B.f@ in
@A@'s usages?  Our idea is that we aren't going to touch A.hi if it is
*identical* to what it was before.  If anything about @B.f@ changes
than anyone who imports @A@ should be recompiled in case they use
@B.f@ (they'll get an early exit if they don't).  So, if anything
about @B.f@ changes we'd better make sure that something in A.hi
changes, and the convenient way to do that is to record the version
number @B.f@ in A.hi in the usage list.  If B.f changes that'll force a
complete recompiation of A, which is overkill but it's the only way to 
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@B.h@ may do so, and this change may not be reflected in @f@'s version
number.  But with -O, a module that imports A must be recompiled if
@B.h@ changes!  So A must record a dependency on @B.h@.  So we treat
the occurrence of @B.f@ in the export list *just as if* it were in the
code of A, and thereby haul in all the stuff reachable from it.

[NB: If B was compiled with -O, but A isn't, we should really *still*
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		   -> Avails				-- Info about exports 
		   -> Maybe [RdrNameIE]			-- The export header
		   -> RnMG ([ExportItem], 		-- Export info for iface file; sorted
			    [ImportVersion OccName])	-- Import info for iface file; sorted
			-- Both results are sorted into canonical order to
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	--	
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	-- *all* the module's dependencies other than the loop-breakers.  We use
	-- this info in findAndReadInterface to decide whether to look for a .hi file or
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	--
	-- This means we won't track version changes, or orphans, from .hi-boot files.
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	export_fm = foldr insert emptyFM export_avails

        insert avail efm = addItem efm (moduleName (nameModule (availName avail)))
				       (rdrAvailInfo avail)

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		 where
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sortImport :: [(OccName,Version)] -> [(OccName,Version)]
	-- Make the usage lists appear in canonical order
sortImport vs = sortLt lt vs
	      where
		lt (n1,v1) (n2,v2) = n1 < n2

sortExport :: [RdrAvailInfo] -> [RdrAvailInfo]
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getDeclBinders :: (RdrName -> SrcLoc -> RnM d Name)	-- New-name function
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		-> RdrNameHsDecl
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getDeclBinders new_name (TyClD (TyData _ _ tycon _ condecls _ _ _ src_loc))
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  = new_name tycon src_loc			`thenRn` \ tycon_name ->
    getConFieldNames new_name condecls		`thenRn` \ sub_names ->
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	-- The "nub" is because getConFieldNames can legitimately return duplicates,
	-- when a record declaration has the same field in multiple constructors
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getDeclBinders new_name (TyClD (TySynonym tycon _ _ src_loc))
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	-- Record the names for the class ops
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    let
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	-- just want class-op sigs
	op_sigs = filter isClassOpSig sigs
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    in
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    mapRn (getClassOpNames new_name) op_sigs	`thenRn` \ sub_names ->
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getDeclBinders new_name (SigD (IfaceSig var ty prags src_loc))
  = new_name var src_loc			`thenRn` \ var_name ->
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getDeclBinders new_name (FixD _)    = returnRn Nothing
getDeclBinders new_name (DeprecD _) = returnRn Nothing
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    -- foreign declarations
getDeclBinders new_name (ForD (ForeignDecl nm kind _ dyn _ loc))
  | binds_haskell_name kind dyn
  = new_name nm loc		    `thenRn` \ name ->
    returnRn (Just (Avail name))

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  | otherwise 		-- a foreign export
  = lookupOrigName nm `thenRn_` 
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    returnRn Nothing

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getDeclBinders new_name (DefD _)  = returnRn Nothing
getDeclBinders new_name (InstD _) = returnRn Nothing
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getDeclBinders new_name (RuleD _) = returnRn Nothing
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binds_haskell_name (FoImport _) _   = True
binds_haskell_name FoLabel      _   = True
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binds_haskell_name FoExport  ext_nm = isDynamicExtName ext_nm
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getConFieldNames new_name (ConDecl con _ _ _ (RecCon fielddecls) src_loc : rest)
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  = mapRn (\n -> new_name n src_loc) (con:fields)	`thenRn` \ cfs ->
    getConFieldNames new_name rest			`thenRn` \ ns  -> 
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getConFieldNames new_name (ConDecl con _ _ _ condecl src_loc : rest)
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  = new_name con src_loc		`thenRn` \ n ->
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    (case condecl of
      NewCon _ (Just f) -> 
        new_name f src_loc `thenRn` \ new_f ->
	returnRn [n,new_f]
      _ -> returnRn [n])		`thenRn` \ nn ->
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    getConFieldNames new_name rest	`thenRn` \ ns -> 
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    returnRn (nn ++ ns)
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@getDeclSysBinders@ gets the implicit binders introduced by a decl.
A the moment that's just the tycon and datacon that come with a class decl.
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They aren't returned by @getDeclBinders@ because they aren't in scope;
but they {\em should} be put into the @DeclsMap@ of this module.
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Note that this excludes the default-method names of a class decl,
and the dict fun of an instance decl, because both of these have 
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\begin{code}
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getDeclSysBinders new_name (TyClD (ClassDecl _ cname _ _ sigs _ _ tname dname dwname snames src_loc))
  = sequenceRn [new_name n src_loc | n <- (tname : dname : dwname : snames)]

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getDeclSysBinders new_name other_decl
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%*********************************************************
%*							*
\subsection{Reading an interface file}
%*							*
%*********************************************************

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\begin{code}
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findAndReadIface :: SDoc -> ModuleName 
		 -> IsBootInterface	-- True  <=> Look for a .hi-boot file
					-- False <=> Look for .hi file
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