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    • Ben Gamari's avatar
      base: Make `open` calls interruptible · 93c88c26
      Ben Gamari authored
      As noted in #17912, `open` system calls were `safe` rather than
      `interruptible`. Consequently, the program could not be interrupted with
      SIGINT if stuck in a slow open operation. Fix this by marking
      `c_safe_open` as interruptible.
    • Sylvain Henry's avatar
      Make: refactor GMP rules · 4f117135
      Sylvain Henry authored
      Document and use simpler rules for the ghc-gmp.h header.
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    • Sylvain Henry's avatar
    • Ilias Tsitsimpis's avatar
      Do not define hs_atomic{read,write}64() on non-64bit · dbea7e9d
      Ilias Tsitsimpis authored
      Do not define hs_atomicread64() and hs_atomicwrite64() on machines where
      WORD_SIZE_IN_BITS is less than 64, just like we do with the rest of the atomic
      functions which work on 64-bit values.
      Without this, compilation fails on MIPSel and PowerPC with the following error:
      /usr/bin/ld: /<<PKGBUILDDIR>>/libraries/ghc-prim/dist-install/build/libHSghc-prim-0.5.3_p.a(atomic.p_o): in function `hs_atomicread64':
      atomic.c:(.text.hs_atomicread64+0x8): undefined reference to `__sync_add_and_fetch_8'
      /usr/bin/ld: /<<PKGBUILDDIR>>/libraries/ghc-prim/dist-install/build/libHSghc-prim-0.5.3_p.a(atomic.p_o): in function `hs_atomicwrite64':
      atomic.c:(.text.hs_atomicwrite64+0x38): undefined reference to `__sync_bool_compare_and_swap_8'
      Fixes #17886.
  16. 29 Feb, 2020 1 commit
    • Roland Senn's avatar
      Show breakpoint locations of breakpoints which were ignored during :force (#2950) · 3979485b
      Roland Senn authored
      GHCi is split up into 2 major parts: The user-interface (UI)
      and the byte-code interpreter. With `-fexternal-interpreter`
      they even run in different processes. Communication between
      the UI and the Interpreter (called `iserv`) is done using
      messages over a pipe. This is called `Remote GHCI` and
      explained in the Note [Remote GHCi] in `compiler/ghci/GHCi.hs`.
      To process a `:force` command the UI sends a `Seq` message
      to the `iserv` process. Then `iserv` does the effective
      evaluation of the value. When during this process a breakpoint
      is hit, the `iserv` process has no additional information to
      enhance the `Ignoring breakpoint` output with the breakpoint
      To be able to print additional breakpoint information,
      there are 2 possible implementation choices:
      1. Store the needed information in the `iserv` process.
      2. Print the `Ignoring breakpoint` from the UI process.
      For option 1 we need to store the breakpoint info redundantely
      in 2 places and this is bad. Therfore option 2 was implemented
      in this MR:
      - The user enters a `force` command
      - The UI sends  a `Seq` message to the `iserv` process.
      - If processing of the `Seq` message hits a breakpoint,
        the `iserv` process returns control to the UI process.
      - The UI looks up the source location of the breakpoint,
        and prints the enhanced `Ignoring breakpoint` output.
      - The UI sends a `ResumeSeq` message to the `iserv` process,
        to continue forcing.
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    • Sebastian Graf's avatar
      PmCheck: Implement Long-distance information with Covered sets · 74311e10
      Sebastian Graf authored
      data T = A | B | C
      f :: T -> Int
      f A = 1
      f x = case x of
        A -> 2
        B -> 3
        C -> 4
      Clearly, the RHS returning 2 is redundant. But we don't currently see
      that, because our approximation to the covered set of the inner case
      expression just picks up the positive information from surrounding
      pattern matches. It lacks the context sensivity that `x` can't be `A`
      Therefore, we adopt the conceptually and practically superior approach
      of reusing the covered set of a particular GRHS from an outer pattern
      match. In this case, we begin checking the `case` expression with the
      covered set of `f`s second clause, which encodes the information that
      `x` can't be `A` anymore. After this MR, we will successfully warn about
      the RHS returning 2 being redundant.
      Perhaps surprisingly, this was a great simplification to the code of
      both the coverage checker and the desugarer.
      Found a redundant case alternative in `unix` submodule, so we have to
      bump it with a fix.
      Metric Decrease:
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