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Our extended FCode monad.



data CmmParse a Source

Does a computation in the FCode monad, with a current environment and a list of local declarations. Returns the resulting list of declarations.

unEC :: CmmParse a -> String -> Env -> Decls -> FCode (Decls, a) Source

data Named Source

The environment contains variable definitions or blockids.


VarN CmmExpr

Holds CmmLit(CmmLabel ..) which gives the label type, eg, RtsLabel, ForeignLabel, CmmLabel etc.

FunN PackageKey

A function name from this package

LabelN BlockId

A blockid of some code or data.

type Env = UniqFM Named Source

An environment of named things.

loopDecls :: CmmParse a -> CmmParse a Source

Takes the variable decarations and imports from the monad and makes an environment, which is looped back into the computation. In this way, we can have embedded declarations that scope over the whole procedure, and imports that scope over the entire module. Discards the local declaration contained within decl'

getEnv :: CmmParse Env Source

Get the current environment from the monad.

withName :: String -> CmmParse a -> CmmParse a Source

Set context name for a sub-parse

getName :: CmmParse String Source

Get the current context name from the monad

newLocal Source


:: CmmType

data type

-> FastString

name of variable

-> CmmParse LocalReg

register holding the value

Create a fresh local variable of a given type.

newLabel :: FastString -> CmmParse BlockId Source

Allocate a fresh label.

newFunctionName Source


:: FastString

name of the function

-> PackageKey

package of the current module

-> ExtCode 

Add add a local function to the environment.

newImport :: (FastString, CLabel) -> CmmParse () Source

Add an imported foreign label to the list of local declarations. If this is done at the start of the module the declaration will scope over the whole module.

lookupLabel :: FastString -> CmmParse BlockId Source

Lookup the BlockId bound to the label with this name. If one hasn't been bound yet, create a fresh one based on the Unique of the name.

lookupName :: FastString -> CmmParse CmmExpr Source

Lookup the location of a named variable. Unknown names are treated as if they had been 'import'ed from the runtime system. This saves us a lot of bother in the RTS sources, at the expense of deferring some errors to link time.

code :: FCode a -> CmmParse a Source

Lift an FCode computation into the CmmParse monad