Commit e0eaa7f1 authored by's avatar
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Types families: test that the right coercion names go into ifaces

parent aa0e74ed
TOP=../../../.. TOP=../../../..
include $(TOP)/mk/ include $(TOP)/mk/
include $(TOP)/mk/ include $(TOP)/mk/
$(TEST_HC) -c NewTyCo1.hs
$(TEST_HC) -c NewTyCo2.hs
{-# OPTIONS -ftype-families #-}
module NewTyCo1 where
data family T a
newtype instance T Int = TInt Int
foo :: T Int -> Int
foo (TInt n) = n
{-# OPTIONS -ftype-families #-}
module NewTyCo2 where
import NewTyCo1
bar x = foo x + 1
...@@ -21,3 +21,9 @@ clean(['ATLoop_Help.o','ATLoop_Help.hi']) ...@@ -21,3 +21,9 @@ clean(['ATLoop_Help.o','ATLoop_Help.hi'])
test('Deriving', normal, compile, ['']) test('Deriving', normal, compile, [''])
test('DerivingNewType', expect_fail, compile, ['']) test('DerivingNewType', expect_fail, compile, [''])
test('Records', normal, compile, ['']) test('Records', normal, compile, [''])
# The point about this test is that it compiles NewTyCo1 and NewTyCo2
# *separately*
test('NewTyCo', ignore_output, run_command, ['$MAKE NewTyCo'])
clean(['NewTyCo1.o', 'NewTyCo1.hi', 'NewTyCo2.o', 'NewTyCo2.hi'])
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