|The result of searching for an imported module.
|Found ModLocation Module||The module was found
|NoPackage PackageId||The requested package was not found
|FoundMultiple [PackageId]||_Error_: both in multiple packages
|NotFound [FilePath] (Maybe PackageId) [PackageId] [PackageId]||The module was not found, including either
* the specified places were searched
* the package that this module should have been in
* list of packages in which the module was hidden,
* list of hidden packages containing this module
|NotFoundInPackage PackageId||The module was not found in this package
|Locate a module that was imported by the user. We have the
module's name, and possibly a package name. Without a package
name, this function will use the search path and the known exposed
packages to find the module, if a package is specified then only
that package is searched for the module.
|Locate a specific Module. The purpose of this function is to
create a ModLocation for a given Module, that is to find out
where the files associated with this module live. It is used when
reading the interface for a module mentioned by another interface,
for example (a system import).
|Search for a module in the home package only.
|Produced by Haddock version 2.6.1|