% % (c) The University of Glasgow 2006 % (c) The GRASP/AQUA Project, Glasgow University, 1992-1998 % Utility functions on @Core@ syntax \begin{code}
{-# OPTIONS -fno-warn-tabs #-}
-- The above warning supression flag is a temporary kludge.
-- While working on this module you are encouraged to remove it and
-- detab the module (please do the detabbing in a separate patch). See
--     http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/Commentary/CodingStyle#TabsvsSpaces
-- for details

module CoreSubst (
	-- * Main data types
	Subst(..), -- Implementation exported for supercompiler's Renaming.hs only
	TvSubstEnv, IdSubstEnv, InScopeSet,

        -- ** Substituting into expressions and related types
	deShadowBinds, substSpec, substRulesForImportedIds,
	substTy, substCo, substExpr, substExprSC, substBind, substBindSC,
        substUnfolding, substUnfoldingSC,
	substUnfoldingSource, lookupIdSubst, lookupTvSubst, lookupCvSubst, substIdOcc,

        -- ** Operations on substitutions
	emptySubst, mkEmptySubst, mkSubst, mkOpenSubst, substInScope, isEmptySubst, 
 	extendIdSubst, extendIdSubstList, extendTvSubst, extendTvSubstList,
        extendCvSubst, extendCvSubstList,
	extendSubst, extendSubstList, extendSubstWithVar, zapSubstEnv,
        addInScopeSet, extendInScope, extendInScopeList, extendInScopeIds,
        isInScope, setInScope,
        delBndr, delBndrs,

	-- ** Substituting and cloning binders
	substBndr, substBndrs, substRecBndrs,
	cloneBndr, cloneBndrs, cloneIdBndr, cloneIdBndrs, cloneRecIdBndrs,

	-- ** Simple expression optimiser
        simpleOptPgm, simpleOptExpr, simpleOptExprWith,
        exprIsConApp_maybe, exprIsLiteral_maybe
    ) where

#include "HsVersions.h"

import CoreSyn
import CoreFVs
import CoreUtils
import Literal  ( Literal )
import OccurAnal( occurAnalyseExpr, occurAnalysePgm )

import qualified Type
import qualified Coercion

	-- We are defining local versions
import Type     hiding ( substTy, extendTvSubst, extendTvSubstList
                       , isInScope, substTyVarBndr, cloneTyVarBndr )
import Coercion hiding ( substTy, substCo, extendTvSubst, substTyVarBndr, substCoVarBndr )

import TcType      ( tcSplitDFunTy )
import TyCon       ( tyConArity )
import DataCon
import PrelNames   ( eqBoxDataConKey )
import OptCoercion ( optCoercion )
import PprCore     ( pprCoreBindings, pprRules )
import Module	   ( Module )
import VarSet
import VarEnv
import Id
import Name	( Name )
import Var
import IdInfo
import Unique
import UniqSupply
import Maybes
import ErrUtils
import DynFlags   ( DynFlags, DynFlag(..) )
import BasicTypes ( isAlwaysActive )
import Util
import Pair
import Outputable
import PprCore		()		-- Instances
import FastString

import Data.List
\end{code} %************************************************************************ %* * \subsection{Substitutions} %* * %************************************************************************ \begin{code}
-- | A substitution environment, containing both 'Id' and 'TyVar' substitutions.
-- Some invariants apply to how you use the substitution:
-- 1. #in_scope_invariant# The in-scope set contains at least those 'Id's and 'TyVar's that will be in scope /after/
-- applying the substitution to a term. Precisely, the in-scope set must be a superset of the free vars of the
-- substitution range that might possibly clash with locally-bound variables in the thing being substituted in.
-- 2. #apply_once# You may apply the substitution only /once/
-- There are various ways of setting up the in-scope set such that the first of these invariants hold:
-- * Arrange that the in-scope set really is all the things in scope
-- * Arrange that it's the free vars of the range of the substitution
-- * Make it empty, if you know that all the free vars of the substitution are fresh, and hence can't possibly clash
data Subst 
  = Subst InScopeSet  -- Variables in in scope (both Ids and TyVars) /after/
                      -- applying the substitution
          IdSubstEnv  -- Substitution for Ids
          TvSubstEnv  -- Substitution from TyVars to Types
          CvSubstEnv  -- Substitution from CoVars to Coercions

	-- INVARIANT 1: See #in_scope_invariant#
	-- This is what lets us deal with name capture properly
	-- It's a hard invariant to check...
	-- INVARIANT 2: The substitution is apply-once; see Note [Apply once] with
	--		Types.TvSubstEnv
	-- INVARIANT 3: See Note [Extending the Subst]
\end{code} Note [Extending the Subst] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For a core Subst, which binds Ids as well, we make a different choice for Ids than we do for TyVars. For TyVars, see Note [Extending the TvSubst] with Type.TvSubstEnv For Ids, we have a different invariant The IdSubstEnv is extended *only* when the Unique on an Id changes Otherwise, we just extend the InScopeSet In consequence: * If the TvSubstEnv and IdSubstEnv are both empty, substExpr would be a no-op, so substExprSC ("short cut") does nothing. However, substExpr still goes ahead and substitutes. Reason: we may want to replace existing Ids with new ones from the in-scope set, to avoid space leaks. * In substIdBndr, we extend the IdSubstEnv only when the unique changes * If the CvSubstEnv, TvSubstEnv and IdSubstEnv are all empty, substExpr does nothing (Note that the above rule for substIdBndr maintains this property. If the incoming envts are both empty, then substituting the type and IdInfo can't change anything.) * In lookupIdSubst, we *must* look up the Id in the in-scope set, because it may contain non-trivial changes. Example: (/\a. \x:a. ...x...) Int We extend the TvSubstEnv with [a |-> Int]; but x's unique does not change so we only extend the in-scope set. Then we must look up in the in-scope set when we find the occurrence of x. * The requirement to look up the Id in the in-scope set means that we must NOT take no-op short cut when the IdSubst is empty. We must still look up every Id in the in-scope set. * (However, we don't need to do so for expressions found in the IdSubst itself, whose range is assumed to be correct wrt the in-scope set.) Why do we make a different choice for the IdSubstEnv than the TvSubstEnv and CvSubstEnv? * For Ids, we change the IdInfo all the time (e.g. deleting the unfolding), and adding it back later, so using the TyVar convention would entail extending the substitution almost all the time * The simplifier wants to look up in the in-scope set anyway, in case it can see a better unfolding from an enclosing case expression * For TyVars, only coercion variables can possibly change, and they are easy to spot \begin{code}
-- | An environment for substituting for 'Id's
type IdSubstEnv = IdEnv CoreExpr

isEmptySubst :: Subst -> Bool
isEmptySubst (Subst _ id_env tv_env cv_env) 
  = isEmptyVarEnv id_env && isEmptyVarEnv tv_env && isEmptyVarEnv cv_env

emptySubst :: Subst
emptySubst = Subst emptyInScopeSet emptyVarEnv emptyVarEnv emptyVarEnv

mkEmptySubst :: InScopeSet -> Subst
mkEmptySubst in_scope = Subst in_scope emptyVarEnv emptyVarEnv emptyVarEnv

mkSubst :: InScopeSet -> TvSubstEnv -> CvSubstEnv -> IdSubstEnv -> Subst
mkSubst in_scope tvs cvs ids = Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs

-- | Find the in-scope set: see "CoreSubst#in_scope_invariant"
substInScope :: Subst -> InScopeSet
substInScope (Subst in_scope _ _ _) = in_scope

-- | Remove all substitutions for 'Id's and 'Var's that might have been built up
-- while preserving the in-scope set
zapSubstEnv :: Subst -> Subst
zapSubstEnv (Subst in_scope _ _ _) = Subst in_scope emptyVarEnv emptyVarEnv emptyVarEnv

-- | Add a substitution for an 'Id' to the 'Subst': you must ensure that the in-scope set is
-- such that the "CoreSubst#in_scope_invariant" is true after extending the substitution like this
extendIdSubst :: Subst -> Id -> CoreExpr -> Subst
-- ToDo: add an ASSERT that fvs(subst-result) is already in the in-scope set
extendIdSubst (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) v r = Subst in_scope (extendVarEnv ids v r) tvs cvs

-- | Adds multiple 'Id' substitutions to the 'Subst': see also 'extendIdSubst'
extendIdSubstList :: Subst -> [(Id, CoreExpr)] -> Subst
extendIdSubstList (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) prs = Subst in_scope (extendVarEnvList ids prs) tvs cvs

-- | Add a substitution for a 'TyVar' to the 'Subst': you must ensure that the in-scope set is
-- such that the "CoreSubst#in_scope_invariant" is true after extending the substitution like this
extendTvSubst :: Subst -> TyVar -> Type -> Subst
extendTvSubst (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) v r = Subst in_scope ids (extendVarEnv tvs v r) cvs

-- | Adds multiple 'TyVar' substitutions to the 'Subst': see also 'extendTvSubst'
extendTvSubstList :: Subst -> [(TyVar,Type)] -> Subst
extendTvSubstList (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) prs = Subst in_scope ids (extendVarEnvList tvs prs) cvs

-- | Add a substitution from a 'CoVar' to a 'Coercion' to the 'Subst': you must ensure that the in-scope set is
-- such that the "CoreSubst#in_scope_invariant" is true after extending the substitution like this
extendCvSubst :: Subst -> CoVar -> Coercion -> Subst
extendCvSubst (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) v r = Subst in_scope ids tvs (extendVarEnv cvs v r)

-- | Adds multiple 'CoVar' -> 'Coercion' substitutions to the
-- 'Subst': see also 'extendCvSubst'
extendCvSubstList :: Subst -> [(CoVar,Coercion)] -> Subst
extendCvSubstList (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) prs = Subst in_scope ids tvs (extendVarEnvList cvs prs)

-- | Add a substitution appropriate to the thing being substituted
--   (whether an expression, type, or coercion). See also
--   'extendIdSubst', 'extendTvSubst', and 'extendCvSubst'.
extendSubst :: Subst -> Var -> CoreArg -> Subst
extendSubst subst var arg
  = case arg of
      Type ty     -> ASSERT( isTyVar var ) extendTvSubst subst var ty
      Coercion co -> ASSERT( isCoVar var ) extendCvSubst subst var co
      _           -> ASSERT( isId    var ) extendIdSubst subst var arg

extendSubstWithVar :: Subst -> Var -> Var -> Subst
extendSubstWithVar subst v1 v2
  | isTyVar v1 = ASSERT( isTyVar v2 ) extendTvSubst subst v1 (mkTyVarTy v2)
  | isCoVar v1 = ASSERT( isCoVar v2 ) extendCvSubst subst v1 (mkCoVarCo v2)
  | otherwise  = ASSERT( isId    v2 ) extendIdSubst subst v1 (Var v2)

-- | Add a substitution as appropriate to each of the terms being
--   substituted (whether expressions, types, or coercions). See also
--   'extendSubst'.
extendSubstList :: Subst -> [(Var,CoreArg)] -> Subst
extendSubstList subst []	      = subst
extendSubstList subst ((var,rhs):prs) = extendSubstList (extendSubst subst var rhs) prs

-- | Find the substitution for an 'Id' in the 'Subst'
lookupIdSubst :: SDoc -> Subst -> Id -> CoreExpr
lookupIdSubst doc (Subst in_scope ids _ _) v
  | not (isLocalId v) = Var v
  | Just e  <- lookupVarEnv ids       v = e
  | Just v' <- lookupInScope in_scope v = Var v'
	-- Vital! See Note [Extending the Subst]
  | otherwise = WARN( True, ptext (sLit "CoreSubst.lookupIdSubst") <+> doc <+> ppr v 
                            $$ ppr in_scope) 
		Var v

-- | Find the substitution for a 'TyVar' in the 'Subst'
lookupTvSubst :: Subst -> TyVar -> Type
lookupTvSubst (Subst _ _ tvs _) v = ASSERT( isTyVar v) lookupVarEnv tvs v `orElse` Type.mkTyVarTy v

-- | Find the coercion substitution for a 'CoVar' in the 'Subst'
lookupCvSubst :: Subst -> CoVar -> Coercion
lookupCvSubst (Subst _ _ _ cvs) v = ASSERT( isCoVar v ) lookupVarEnv cvs v `orElse` mkCoVarCo v

delBndr :: Subst -> Var -> Subst
delBndr (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) v
  | isCoVar v = Subst in_scope ids tvs (delVarEnv cvs v)
  | isTyVar v = Subst in_scope ids (delVarEnv tvs v) cvs
  | otherwise = Subst in_scope (delVarEnv ids v) tvs cvs

delBndrs :: Subst -> [Var] -> Subst
delBndrs (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) vs
  = Subst in_scope (delVarEnvList ids vs) (delVarEnvList tvs vs) (delVarEnvList cvs vs)
      -- Easist thing is just delete all from all!

-- | Simultaneously substitute for a bunch of variables
--   No left-right shadowing
--   ie the substitution for   (\x \y. e) a1 a2
--      so neither x nor y scope over a1 a2
mkOpenSubst :: InScopeSet -> [(Var,CoreArg)] -> Subst
mkOpenSubst in_scope pairs = Subst in_scope
	    	          	   (mkVarEnv [(id,e)  | (id, e) <- pairs, isId id])
			  	   (mkVarEnv [(tv,ty) | (tv, Type ty) <- pairs])
                                   (mkVarEnv [(v,co)  | (v, Coercion co) <- pairs])

isInScope :: Var -> Subst -> Bool
isInScope v (Subst in_scope _ _ _) = v `elemInScopeSet` in_scope

-- | Add the 'Var' to the in-scope set, but do not remove
-- any existing substitutions for it
addInScopeSet :: Subst -> VarSet -> Subst
addInScopeSet (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) vs
  = Subst (in_scope `extendInScopeSetSet` vs) ids tvs cvs

-- | Add the 'Var' to the in-scope set: as a side effect,
-- and remove any existing substitutions for it
extendInScope :: Subst -> Var -> Subst
extendInScope (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) v
  = Subst (in_scope `extendInScopeSet` v) 
	  (ids `delVarEnv` v) (tvs `delVarEnv` v) (cvs `delVarEnv` v)

-- | Add the 'Var's to the in-scope set: see also 'extendInScope'
extendInScopeList :: Subst -> [Var] -> Subst
extendInScopeList (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) vs
  = Subst (in_scope `extendInScopeSetList` vs) 
	  (ids `delVarEnvList` vs) (tvs `delVarEnvList` vs) (cvs `delVarEnvList` vs)

-- | Optimized version of 'extendInScopeList' that can be used if you are certain 
-- all the things being added are 'Id's and hence none are 'TyVar's or 'CoVar's
extendInScopeIds :: Subst -> [Id] -> Subst
extendInScopeIds (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) vs 
  = Subst (in_scope `extendInScopeSetList` vs) 
	  (ids `delVarEnvList` vs) tvs cvs

setInScope :: Subst -> InScopeSet -> Subst
setInScope (Subst _ ids tvs cvs) in_scope = Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs
\end{code} Pretty printing, for debugging only \begin{code}
instance Outputable Subst where
  ppr (Subst in_scope ids tvs cvs) 
	=  ptext (sLit "<InScope =") <+> braces (fsep (map ppr (varEnvElts (getInScopeVars in_scope))))
	$$ ptext (sLit " IdSubst   =") <+> ppr ids
	$$ ptext (sLit " TvSubst   =") <+> ppr tvs
        $$ ptext (sLit " CvSubst   =") <+> ppr cvs   
 	 <> char '>'
\end{code} %************************************************************************ %* * Substituting expressions %* * %************************************************************************ \begin{code}
-- | Apply a substititon to an entire 'CoreExpr'. Rememeber, you may only 
-- apply the substitution /once/: see "CoreSubst#apply_once"
-- Do *not* attempt to short-cut in the case of an empty substitution!
-- See Note [Extending the Subst]
substExprSC :: SDoc -> Subst -> CoreExpr -> CoreExpr
substExprSC _doc subst orig_expr
  | isEmptySubst subst = orig_expr
  | otherwise          = -- pprTrace "enter subst-expr" (doc $$ ppr orig_expr) $
                         subst_expr subst orig_expr

substExpr :: SDoc -> Subst -> CoreExpr -> CoreExpr
substExpr _doc subst orig_expr = subst_expr subst orig_expr

subst_expr :: Subst -> CoreExpr -> CoreExpr
subst_expr subst expr
  = go expr
    go (Var v)	       = lookupIdSubst (text "subst_expr") subst v 
    go (Type ty)       = Type (substTy subst ty)
    go (Coercion co)   = Coercion (substCo subst co)
    go (Lit lit)       = Lit lit
    go (App fun arg)   = App (go fun) (go arg)
    go (Tick tickish e) = Tick (substTickish subst tickish) (go e)
    go (Cast e co)     = Cast (go e) (substCo subst co)
       -- Do not optimise even identity coercions
       -- Reason: substitution applies to the LHS of RULES, and
       --         if you "optimise" an identity coercion, you may
       --         lose a binder. We optimise the LHS of rules at
       --         construction time

    go (Lam bndr body) = Lam bndr' (subst_expr subst' body)
			 (subst', bndr') = substBndr subst bndr

    go (Let bind body) = Let bind' (subst_expr subst' body)
			 (subst', bind') = substBind subst bind

    go (Case scrut bndr ty alts) = Case (go scrut) bndr' (substTy subst ty) (map (go_alt subst') alts)
			  	 (subst', bndr') = substBndr subst bndr

    go_alt subst (con, bndrs, rhs) = (con, bndrs', subst_expr subst' rhs)
				   (subst', bndrs') = substBndrs subst bndrs

-- | Apply a substititon to an entire 'CoreBind', additionally returning an updated 'Subst'
-- that should be used by subsequent substitutons.
substBind, substBindSC :: Subst -> CoreBind -> (Subst, CoreBind)

substBindSC subst bind 	  -- Short-cut if the substitution is empty
  | not (isEmptySubst subst)
  = substBind subst bind
  | otherwise
  = case bind of
       NonRec bndr rhs -> (subst', NonRec bndr' rhs)
      	    (subst', bndr') = substBndr subst bndr
       Rec pairs -> (subst', Rec (bndrs' `zip` rhss'))
            (bndrs, rhss)    = unzip pairs
      	    (subst', bndrs') = substRecBndrs subst bndrs
      	    rhss' | isEmptySubst subst' = rhss
                  | otherwise	        = map (subst_expr subst') rhss

substBind subst (NonRec bndr rhs) = (subst', NonRec bndr' (subst_expr subst rhs))
				    (subst', bndr') = substBndr subst bndr

substBind subst (Rec pairs) = (subst', Rec (bndrs' `zip` rhss'))
                                (bndrs, rhss)    = unzip pairs
				(subst', bndrs') = substRecBndrs subst bndrs
				rhss' = map (subst_expr subst') rhss
\end{code} \begin{code}
-- | De-shadowing the program is sometimes a useful pre-pass. It can be done simply
-- by running over the bindings with an empty substitution, becuase substitution
-- returns a result that has no-shadowing guaranteed.
-- (Actually, within a single /type/ there might still be shadowing, because 
-- 'substTy' is a no-op for the empty substitution, but that's probably OK.)
-- [Aug 09] This function is not used in GHC at the moment, but seems so 
--          short and simple that I'm going to leave it here
deShadowBinds :: CoreProgram -> CoreProgram
deShadowBinds binds = snd (mapAccumL substBind emptySubst binds)
\end{code} %************************************************************************ %* * Substituting binders %* * %************************************************************************ Remember that substBndr and friends are used when doing expression substitution only. Their only business is substitution, so they preserve all IdInfo (suitably substituted). For example, we *want* to preserve occ info in rules. \begin{code}
-- | Substitutes a 'Var' for another one according to the 'Subst' given, returning
-- the result and an updated 'Subst' that should be used by subsequent substitutons.
-- 'IdInfo' is preserved by this process, although it is substituted into appropriately.
substBndr :: Subst -> Var -> (Subst, Var)
substBndr subst bndr
  | isTyVar bndr  = substTyVarBndr subst bndr
  | isCoVar bndr  = substCoVarBndr subst bndr
  | otherwise     = substIdBndr (text "var-bndr") subst subst bndr

-- | Applies 'substBndr' to a number of 'Var's, accumulating a new 'Subst' left-to-right
substBndrs :: Subst -> [Var] -> (Subst, [Var])
substBndrs subst bndrs = mapAccumL substBndr subst bndrs

-- | Substitute in a mutually recursive group of 'Id's
substRecBndrs :: Subst -> [Id] -> (Subst, [Id])
substRecBndrs subst bndrs 
  = (new_subst, new_bndrs)
  where		-- Here's the reason we need to pass rec_subst to subst_id
    (new_subst, new_bndrs) = mapAccumL (substIdBndr (text "rec-bndr") new_subst) subst bndrs
\end{code} \begin{code}
substIdBndr :: SDoc 
            -> Subst		-- ^ Substitution to use for the IdInfo
	    -> Subst -> Id 	-- ^ Substitition and Id to transform
	    -> (Subst, Id)	-- ^ Transformed pair
				-- NB: unfolding may be zapped

substIdBndr _doc rec_subst subst@(Subst in_scope env tvs cvs) old_id
  = -- pprTrace "substIdBndr" (doc $$ ppr old_id $$ ppr in_scope) $
    (Subst (in_scope `extendInScopeSet` new_id) new_env tvs cvs, new_id)
    id1 = uniqAway in_scope old_id	-- id1 is cloned if necessary
    id2 | no_type_change = id1
	| otherwise	 = setIdType id1 (substTy subst old_ty)

    old_ty = idType old_id
    no_type_change = isEmptyVarEnv tvs || 
                     isEmptyVarSet (Type.tyVarsOfType old_ty)

	-- new_id has the right IdInfo
	-- The lazy-set is because we're in a loop here, with 
	-- rec_subst, when dealing with a mutually-recursive group
    new_id = maybeModifyIdInfo mb_new_info id2
    mb_new_info = substIdInfo rec_subst id2 (idInfo id2)
	-- NB: unfolding info may be zapped

	-- Extend the substitution if the unique has changed
	-- See the notes with substTyVarBndr for the delVarEnv
    new_env | no_change = delVarEnv env old_id
	    | otherwise = extendVarEnv env old_id (Var new_id)

    no_change = id1 == old_id
	-- See Note [Extending the Subst]
	-- it's /not/ necessary to check mb_new_info and no_type_change
\end{code} Now a variant that unconditionally allocates a new unique. It also unconditionally zaps the OccInfo. \begin{code}
-- | Very similar to 'substBndr', but it always allocates a new 'Unique' for
-- each variable in its output.  It substitutes the IdInfo though.
cloneIdBndr :: Subst -> UniqSupply -> Id -> (Subst, Id)
cloneIdBndr subst us old_id
  = clone_id subst subst (old_id, uniqFromSupply us)

-- | Applies 'cloneIdBndr' to a number of 'Id's, accumulating a final
-- substitution from left to right
cloneIdBndrs :: Subst -> UniqSupply -> [Id] -> (Subst, [Id])
cloneIdBndrs subst us ids
  = mapAccumL (clone_id subst) subst (ids `zip` uniqsFromSupply us)

cloneBndrs :: Subst -> UniqSupply -> [Var] -> (Subst, [Var])
-- Works for all kinds of variables (typically case binders)
-- not just Ids
cloneBndrs subst us vs
  = mapAccumL (\subst (v, u) -> cloneBndr subst u v) subst (vs `zip` uniqsFromSupply us)

cloneBndr :: Subst -> Unique -> Var -> (Subst, Var)
cloneBndr subst uniq v
      | isTyVar v = cloneTyVarBndr subst v uniq
      | otherwise = clone_id subst subst (v,uniq)  -- Works for coercion variables too

-- | Clone a mutually recursive group of 'Id's
cloneRecIdBndrs :: Subst -> UniqSupply -> [Id] -> (Subst, [Id])
cloneRecIdBndrs subst us ids
  = (subst', ids')
    (subst', ids') = mapAccumL (clone_id subst') subst
			       (ids `zip` uniqsFromSupply us)

-- Just like substIdBndr, except that it always makes a new unique
-- It is given the unique to use
clone_id    :: Subst			-- Substitution for the IdInfo
	    -> Subst -> (Id, Unique)	-- Substitition and Id to transform
	    -> (Subst, Id)		-- Transformed pair

clone_id rec_subst subst@(Subst in_scope idvs tvs cvs) (old_id, uniq)
  = (Subst (in_scope `extendInScopeSet` new_id) new_idvs tvs new_cvs, new_id)
    id1	    = setVarUnique old_id uniq
    id2     = substIdType subst id1
    new_id  = maybeModifyIdInfo (substIdInfo rec_subst id2 (idInfo old_id)) id2
    (new_idvs, new_cvs) | isCoVar old_id = (idvs, extendVarEnv cvs old_id (mkCoVarCo new_id))
                        | otherwise      = (extendVarEnv idvs old_id (Var new_id), cvs)
\end{code} %************************************************************************ %* * Types and Coercions %* * %************************************************************************ For types and coercions we just call the corresponding functions in Type and Coercion, but we have to repackage the substitution, from a Subst to a TvSubst. \begin{code}
substTyVarBndr :: Subst -> TyVar -> (Subst, TyVar)
substTyVarBndr (Subst in_scope id_env tv_env cv_env) tv
  = case Type.substTyVarBndr (TvSubst in_scope tv_env) tv of
	(TvSubst in_scope' tv_env', tv') 
	   -> (Subst in_scope' id_env tv_env' cv_env, tv')

cloneTyVarBndr :: Subst -> TyVar -> Unique -> (Subst, TyVar)
cloneTyVarBndr (Subst in_scope id_env tv_env cv_env) tv uniq
  = case Type.cloneTyVarBndr (TvSubst in_scope tv_env) tv uniq of
	(TvSubst in_scope' tv_env', tv') 
	   -> (Subst in_scope' id_env tv_env' cv_env, tv')

substCoVarBndr :: Subst -> TyVar -> (Subst, TyVar)
substCoVarBndr (Subst in_scope id_env tv_env cv_env) cv
  = case Coercion.substCoVarBndr (CvSubst in_scope tv_env cv_env) cv of
	(CvSubst in_scope' tv_env' cv_env', cv') 
	   -> (Subst in_scope' id_env tv_env' cv_env', cv')

-- | See 'Type.substTy'
substTy :: Subst -> Type -> Type 
substTy subst ty = Type.substTy (getTvSubst subst) ty

getTvSubst :: Subst -> TvSubst
getTvSubst (Subst in_scope _ tenv _) = TvSubst in_scope tenv

getCvSubst :: Subst -> CvSubst
getCvSubst (Subst in_scope _ tenv cenv) = CvSubst in_scope tenv cenv

-- | See 'Coercion.substCo'
substCo :: Subst -> Coercion -> Coercion
substCo subst co = Coercion.substCo (getCvSubst subst) co
\end{code} %************************************************************************ %* * \section{IdInfo substitution} %* * %************************************************************************ \begin{code}
substIdType :: Subst -> Id -> Id
substIdType subst@(Subst _ _ tv_env cv_env) id
  | (isEmptyVarEnv tv_env && isEmptyVarEnv cv_env) || isEmptyVarSet (Type.tyVarsOfType old_ty) = id
  | otherwise	= setIdType id (substTy subst old_ty)
		-- The tyVarsOfType is cheaper than it looks
		-- because we cache the free tyvars of the type
		-- in a Note in the id's type itself
    old_ty = idType id

-- | Substitute into some 'IdInfo' with regard to the supplied new 'Id'.
substIdInfo :: Subst -> Id -> IdInfo -> Maybe IdInfo
substIdInfo subst new_id info
  | nothing_to_do = Nothing
  | otherwise     = Just (info `setSpecInfo`      substSpec subst new_id old_rules
			       `setUnfoldingInfo` substUnfolding subst old_unf)
    old_rules 	  = specInfo info
    old_unf	  = unfoldingInfo info
    nothing_to_do = isEmptySpecInfo old_rules && isClosedUnfolding old_unf

-- | Substitutes for the 'Id's within an unfolding
substUnfolding, substUnfoldingSC :: Subst -> Unfolding -> Unfolding
	-- Seq'ing on the returned Unfolding is enough to cause
	-- all the substitutions to happen completely

substUnfoldingSC subst unf 	 -- Short-cut version
  | isEmptySubst subst = unf
  | otherwise          = substUnfolding subst unf

substUnfolding subst (DFunUnfolding ar con args)
  = DFunUnfolding ar con (map subst_arg args)
    subst_arg = fmap (substExpr (text "dfun-unf") subst)

substUnfolding subst unf@(CoreUnfolding { uf_tmpl = tmpl, uf_src = src })
	-- Retain an InlineRule!
  | not (isStableSource src)  -- Zap an unstable unfolding, to save substitution work
  = NoUnfolding
  | otherwise                 -- But keep a stable one!
  = seqExpr new_tmpl `seq` 
    new_src `seq`
    unf { uf_tmpl = new_tmpl, uf_src = new_src }
    new_tmpl = substExpr (text "subst-unf") subst tmpl
    new_src  = substUnfoldingSource subst src

substUnfolding _ unf = unf	-- NoUnfolding, OtherCon

substUnfoldingSource :: Subst -> UnfoldingSource -> UnfoldingSource
substUnfoldingSource (Subst in_scope ids _ _) (InlineWrapper wkr)
  | Just wkr_expr <- lookupVarEnv ids wkr 
  = case wkr_expr of
      Var w1 -> InlineWrapper w1
      _other -> -- WARN( True, text "Interesting! CoreSubst.substWorker1:" <+> ppr wkr 
                --             <+> ifPprDebug (equals <+> ppr wkr_expr) )   
			      -- Note [Worker inlining]
                InlineStable  -- It's not a wrapper any more, but still inline it!

  | Just w1  <- lookupInScope in_scope wkr = InlineWrapper w1
  | otherwise = -- WARN( True, text "Interesting! CoreSubst.substWorker2:" <+> ppr wkr )
    	      	-- This can legitimately happen.  The worker has been inlined and
		-- dropped as dead code, because we don't treat the UnfoldingSource
		-- as an "occurrence".
                -- Note [Worker inlining]

substUnfoldingSource _ src = src

substIdOcc :: Subst -> Id -> Id
-- These Ids should not be substituted to non-Ids
substIdOcc subst v = case lookupIdSubst (text "substIdOcc") subst v of
	   	        Var v' -> v'
			other  -> pprPanic "substIdOcc" (vcat [ppr v <+> ppr other, ppr subst])

-- | Substitutes for the 'Id's within the 'WorkerInfo' given the new function 'Id'
substSpec :: Subst -> Id -> SpecInfo -> SpecInfo
substSpec subst new_id (SpecInfo rules rhs_fvs)
  = seqSpecInfo new_spec `seq` new_spec
    subst_ru_fn = const (idName new_id)
    new_spec = SpecInfo (map (substRule subst subst_ru_fn) rules)
                        (substVarSet subst rhs_fvs)

substRulesForImportedIds :: Subst -> [CoreRule] -> [CoreRule]
substRulesForImportedIds subst rules 
  = map (substRule subst not_needed) rules
    not_needed name = pprPanic "substRulesForImportedIds" (ppr name)

substRule :: Subst -> (Name -> Name) -> CoreRule -> CoreRule

-- The subst_ru_fn argument is applied to substitute the ru_fn field
-- of the rule:
--    - Rules for *imported* Ids never change ru_fn
--    - Rules for *local* Ids are in the IdInfo for that Id,
--      and the ru_fn field is simply replaced by the new name 
--      of the Id
substRule _ _ rule@(BuiltinRule {}) = rule
substRule subst subst_ru_fn rule@(Rule { ru_bndrs = bndrs, ru_args = args
                                       , ru_fn = fn_name, ru_rhs = rhs
                                       , ru_local = is_local })
  = rule { ru_bndrs = bndrs', 
           ru_fn    = if is_local 
                        then subst_ru_fn fn_name 
                        else fn_name,
           ru_args  = map (substExpr (text "subst-rule" <+> ppr fn_name) subst') args,
           ru_rhs   = simpleOptExprWith subst' rhs }
           -- Do simple optimisation on RHS, in case substitution lets
           -- you improve it.  The real simplifier never gets to look at it.
    (subst', bndrs') = substBndrs subst bndrs

substVects :: Subst -> [CoreVect] -> [CoreVect]
substVects subst = map (substVect subst)

substVect :: Subst -> CoreVect -> CoreVect
substVect _subst (Vect   v Nothing)    = Vect v Nothing
substVect subst  (Vect   v (Just rhs)) = Vect v (Just (simpleOptExprWith subst rhs))
substVect _subst vd@(NoVect _)         = vd
substVect _subst vd@(VectType _ _ _)   = vd
substVect _subst vd@(VectClass _)      = vd
substVect _subst vd@(VectInst _)       = vd

substVarSet :: Subst -> VarSet -> VarSet
substVarSet subst fvs
  = foldVarSet (unionVarSet . subst_fv subst) emptyVarSet fvs
    subst_fv subst fv 
        | isId fv   = exprFreeVars (lookupIdSubst (text "substVarSet") subst fv)
        | otherwise = Type.tyVarsOfType (lookupTvSubst subst fv)

substTickish :: Subst -> Tickish Id -> Tickish Id
substTickish subst (Breakpoint n ids) = Breakpoint n (map do_one ids)
 where do_one = getIdFromTrivialExpr . lookupIdSubst (text "subst_tickish") subst
substTickish _subst other = other

{- Note [substTickish]

A Breakpoint contains a list of Ids.  What happens if we ever want to
substitute an expression for one of these Ids?

First, we ensure that we only ever substitute trivial expressions for
these Ids, by marking them as NoOccInfo in the occurrence analyser.
Then, when substituting for the Id, we unwrap any type applications
and abstractions to get back to an Id, with getIdFromTrivialExpr.

Second, we have to ensure that we never try to substitute a literal
for an Id in a breakpoint.  We ensure this by never storing an Id with
an unlifted type in a Breakpoint - see Coverage.mkTickish.
Breakpoints can't handle free variables with unlifted types anyway.
\end{code} Note [Worker inlining] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A worker can get sustituted away entirely. - it might be trivial - it might simply be very small We do not treat an InlWrapper as an 'occurrence' in the occurence analyser, so it's possible that the worker is not even in scope any more. In all all these cases we simply drop the special case, returning to InlVanilla. The WARN is just so I can see if it happens a lot. %************************************************************************ %* * The Very Simple Optimiser %* * %************************************************************************ Note [Optimise coercion boxes agressively] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The simple expression optimiser needs to deal with Eq# boxes as follows: 1. If the result of optimising the RHS of a non-recursive binding is an Eq# box, that box is substituted rather than turned into a let, just as if it were trivial. let eqv = Eq# co in e ==> e[Eq# co/eqv] 2. If the result of optimising a case scrutinee is a Eq# box and the case deconstructs it in a trivial way, we evaluate the case then and there. case Eq# co of Eq# cov -> e ==> e[co/cov] We do this for two reasons: 1. Bindings/case scrutinisation of this form is often created by the evidence-binding mechanism and we need them to be inlined to be able desugar RULE LHSes that involve equalities (see e.g. T2291) 2. The test T4356 fails Lint because it creates a coercion between types of kind (* -> * -> *) and (?? -> ? -> *), which differ. If we do this inlining agressively we can collapse away the intermediate coercion between these two types and hence pass Lint again. (This is a sort of a hack.) In fact, our implementation uses slightly liberalised versions of the second rule rule so that the optimisations are a bit more generally applicable. Precisely: 2a. We reduce any situation where we can spot a case-of-known-constructor As a result, the only time we should get residual coercion boxes in the code is when the type checker generates something like: \eqv -> let eqv' = Eq# (case eqv of Eq# cov -> ... cov ...) However, the case of lambda-bound equality evidence is fairly rare, so these two rules should suffice for solving the rule LHS problem for now. Annoyingly, we cannot use this modified rule 1a instead of 1: 1a. If we come across a let-bound constructor application with trivial arguments, add an appropriate unfolding to the let binder. We spot constructor applications by using exprIsConApp_maybe, so this would actually let rule 2a reduce more. The reason is that we REALLY NEED coercion boxes to be substituted away. With rule 1a we wouldn't simplify this expression at all: let eqv = Eq# co in foo eqv (bar eqv) The rule LHS desugarer can't deal with Let at all, so we need to push that box into the use sites. \begin{code}
simpleOptExpr :: CoreExpr -> CoreExpr
-- Do simple optimisation on an expression
-- The optimisation is very straightforward: just
-- inline non-recursive bindings that are used only once, 
-- or where the RHS is trivial
-- We also inline bindings that bind a Eq# box: see
-- See Note [Optimise coercion boxes agressively].
-- The result is NOT guaranteed occurence-analysed, becuase
-- in  (let x = y in ....) we substitute for x; so y's occ-info
-- may change radically

simpleOptExpr expr
  = -- pprTrace "simpleOptExpr" (ppr init_subst $$ ppr expr)
    simpleOptExprWith init_subst expr
    init_subst = mkEmptySubst (mkInScopeSet (exprFreeVars expr))
	-- It's potentially important to make a proper in-scope set
	-- Consider  let x = ..y.. in \y. ...x...
	-- Then we should remember to clone y before substituting
	-- for x.  It's very unlikely to occur, because we probably
	-- won't *be* substituting for x if it occurs inside a
	-- lambda.  
        -- It's a bit painful to call exprFreeVars, because it makes
	-- three passes instead of two (occ-anal, and go)

simpleOptExprWith :: Subst -> InExpr -> OutExpr
simpleOptExprWith subst expr = simple_opt_expr subst (occurAnalyseExpr expr)

simpleOptPgm :: DynFlags -> Module 
             -> CoreProgram -> [CoreRule] -> [CoreVect] 
             -> IO (CoreProgram, [CoreRule], [CoreVect])
simpleOptPgm dflags this_mod binds rules vects
  = do { dumpIfSet_dyn dflags Opt_D_dump_occur_anal "Occurrence analysis"
                       (pprCoreBindings occ_anald_binds $$ pprRules rules );

       ; return (reverse binds', substRulesForImportedIds subst' rules, substVects subst' vects) }
    occ_anald_binds  = occurAnalysePgm this_mod (\_ -> False) {- No rules active -}
                                       rules vects binds
    (subst', binds') = foldl do_one (emptySubst, []) occ_anald_binds
    do_one (subst, binds') bind 
      = case simple_opt_bind subst bind of
          (subst', Nothing)    -> (subst', binds')
          (subst', Just bind') -> (subst', bind':binds')

type InVar   = Var
type OutVar  = Var
type InId    = Id
type OutId   = Id
type InExpr  = CoreExpr
type OutExpr = CoreExpr

-- In these functions the substitution maps InVar -> OutExpr

simple_opt_expr, simple_opt_expr' :: Subst -> InExpr -> OutExpr
simple_opt_expr s e = simple_opt_expr' s e

simple_opt_expr' subst expr
  = go expr
    go (Var v)          = lookupIdSubst (text "simpleOptExpr") subst v
    go (App e1 e2)      = simple_app subst e1 [go e2]
    go (Type ty)        = Type     (substTy subst ty)
    go (Coercion co)    = Coercion (optCoercion (getCvSubst subst) co)
    go (Lit lit)        = Lit lit
    go (Tick tickish e) = Tick (substTickish subst tickish) (go e)
    go (Cast e co)      | isReflCo co' = go e
       	                | otherwise    = Cast (go e) co' 
                          co' = optCoercion (getCvSubst subst) co

    go (Let bind body) = case simple_opt_bind subst bind of
                           (subst', Nothing)   -> simple_opt_expr subst' body
                           (subst', Just bind) -> Let bind (simple_opt_expr subst' body)

    go lam@(Lam {})     = go_lam [] subst lam
    go (Case e b ty as)
       -- See Note [Optimise coercion boxes agressively]
      | isDeadBinder b
      , Just (con, _tys, es) <- expr_is_con_app e'
      , Just (altcon, bs, rhs) <- findAlt (DataAlt con) as
      = case altcon of
          DEFAULT -> go rhs
          _       -> mkLets (catMaybes mb_binds) $ simple_opt_expr subst' rhs
            where (subst', mb_binds) = mapAccumL simple_opt_out_bind subst 
                                                 (zipEqual "simpleOptExpr" bs es)

      | otherwise
      = Case e' b' (substTy subst ty)
       		   (map (go_alt subst') as)
          e' = go e
          (subst', b') = subst_opt_bndr subst b

    go_alt subst (con, bndrs, rhs) 
      = (con, bndrs', simple_opt_expr subst' rhs)
	(subst', bndrs') = subst_opt_bndrs subst bndrs

    -- go_lam tries eta reduction
    go_lam bs' subst (Lam b e) 
       = go_lam (b':bs') subst' e
         (subst', b') = subst_opt_bndr subst b
    go_lam bs' subst e 
       | Just etad_e <- tryEtaReduce bs e' = etad_e
       | otherwise                         = mkLams bs e'
         bs = reverse bs'
         e' = simple_opt_expr subst e

-- simple_app collects arguments for beta reduction
simple_app :: Subst -> InExpr -> [OutExpr] -> CoreExpr
simple_app subst (App e1 e2) as   
  = simple_app subst e1 (simple_opt_expr subst e2 : as)
simple_app subst (Lam b e) (a:as) 
  = case maybe_substitute subst b a of
      Just ext_subst -> simple_app ext_subst e as
      Nothing        -> Let (NonRec b2 a) (simple_app subst' e as)
    (subst', b') = subst_opt_bndr subst b
    b2 = add_info subst' b b'
simple_app subst e as
  = foldl App (simple_opt_expr subst e) as

simple_opt_bind,simple_opt_bind' :: Subst -> CoreBind -> (Subst, Maybe CoreBind)
simple_opt_bind s b 		  -- Can add trace stuff here
  = simple_opt_bind' s b

simple_opt_bind' subst (Rec prs)
  = (subst'', res_bind)
    res_bind            = Just (Rec (reverse rev_prs'))
    (subst', bndrs')    = subst_opt_bndrs subst (map fst prs)
    (subst'', rev_prs') = foldl do_pr (subst', []) (prs `zip` bndrs')
    do_pr (subst, prs) ((b,r), b') 
       = case maybe_substitute subst b r2 of
           Just subst' -> (subst', prs)
           Nothing     -> (subst,  (b2,r2):prs)
         b2 = add_info subst b b'
         r2 = simple_opt_expr subst r

simple_opt_bind' subst (NonRec b r)
  = simple_opt_out_bind subst (b, simple_opt_expr subst r)

simple_opt_out_bind :: Subst -> (InVar, OutExpr) -> (Subst, Maybe CoreBind)
simple_opt_out_bind subst (b, r') 
  | Just ext_subst <- maybe_substitute subst b r'
  = (ext_subst, Nothing)
  | otherwise
  = (subst', Just (NonRec b2 r'))
    (subst', b') = subst_opt_bndr subst b
    b2 = add_info subst' b b'

maybe_substitute :: Subst -> InVar -> OutExpr -> Maybe Subst
    -- (maybe_substitute subst in_var out_rhs)  
    --   either extends subst with (in_var -> out_rhs)
    --   or     returns Nothing
maybe_substitute subst b r
  | Type ty <- r 	-- let a::* = TYPE ty in <body>
  = ASSERT( isTyVar b )
    Just (extendTvSubst subst b ty)

  | Coercion co <- r
  = ASSERT( isCoVar b )
    Just (extendCvSubst subst b co)

  | isId b              -- let x = e in <body>
  , not (isCoVar b)	-- See Note [Do not inline CoVars unconditionally]
    		 	-- in SimplUtils
  , safe_to_inline (idOccInfo b) 
  , isAlwaysActive (idInlineActivation b)	-- Note [Inline prag in simplOpt]
  , not (isStableUnfolding (idUnfolding b))
  , not (isExportedId b)
  , not (isUnLiftedType (idType b)) || exprOkForSpeculation r
  = Just (extendIdSubst subst b r)
  | otherwise
  = Nothing
	-- Unconditionally safe to inline
    safe_to_inline :: OccInfo -> Bool
    safe_to_inline (IAmALoopBreaker {})     = False
    safe_to_inline IAmDead                  = True
    safe_to_inline (OneOcc in_lam one_br _) = (not in_lam && one_br) || trivial
    safe_to_inline NoOccInfo                = trivial

    trivial | exprIsTrivial r = True
            | (Var fun, args) <- collectArgs r
            , Just dc <- isDataConWorkId_maybe fun
            , dc `hasKey` eqBoxDataConKey
            , all exprIsTrivial args = True -- See Note [Optimise coercion boxes agressively]
            | otherwise = False

subst_opt_bndr :: Subst -> InVar -> (Subst, OutVar)
subst_opt_bndr subst bndr
  | isTyVar bndr  = substTyVarBndr subst bndr
  | isCoVar bndr  = substCoVarBndr subst bndr
  | otherwise     = subst_opt_id_bndr subst bndr

subst_opt_id_bndr :: Subst -> InId -> (Subst, OutId)
-- Nuke all fragile IdInfo, unfolding, and RULES; 
--    it gets added back later by add_info
-- Rather like SimplEnv.substIdBndr
-- It's important to zap fragile OccInfo (which CoreSubst.substIdBndr 
-- carefully does not do) because simplOptExpr invalidates it

subst_opt_id_bndr subst@(Subst in_scope id_subst tv_subst cv_subst) old_id
  = (Subst new_in_scope new_id_subst tv_subst cv_subst, new_id)
    id1	   = uniqAway in_scope old_id
    id2    = setIdType id1 (substTy subst (idType old_id))
    new_id = zapFragileIdInfo id2	-- Zaps rules, worker-info, unfolding
					-- and fragile OccInfo
    new_in_scope = in_scope `extendInScopeSet` new_id

	-- Extend the substitution if the unique has changed,
	-- or there's some useful occurrence information
	-- See the notes with substTyVarBndr for the delSubstEnv
    new_id_subst | new_id /= old_id
	         = extendVarEnv id_subst old_id (Var new_id)
	         | otherwise 
	         = delVarEnv id_subst old_id

subst_opt_bndrs :: Subst -> [InVar] -> (Subst, [OutVar])
subst_opt_bndrs subst bndrs
  = mapAccumL subst_opt_bndr subst bndrs

add_info :: Subst -> InVar -> OutVar -> OutVar
add_info subst old_bndr new_bndr
 | isTyVar old_bndr = new_bndr
 | otherwise        = maybeModifyIdInfo mb_new_info new_bndr
 where mb_new_info = substIdInfo subst new_bndr (idInfo old_bndr)

expr_is_con_app :: OutExpr -> Maybe (DataCon, [Type], [OutExpr])
expr_is_con_app = exprIsConApp_maybe (\id -> if isAlwaysActive (idInlineActivation id) then idUnfolding id else noUnfolding)
\end{code} Note [Inline prag in simplOpt] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If there's an INLINE/NOINLINE pragma that restricts the phase in which the binder can be inlined, we don't inline here; after all, we don't know what phase we're in. Here's an example foo :: Int -> Int -> Int {-# INLINE foo #-} foo m n = inner m where {-# INLINE [1] inner #-} inner m = m+n bar :: Int -> Int bar n = foo n 1 When inlining 'foo' in 'bar' we want the let-binding for 'inner' to remain visible until Phase 1 %************************************************************************ %* * exprIsConApp_maybe %* * %************************************************************************ Note [exprIsConApp_maybe] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ exprIsConApp_maybe is a very important function. There are two principal uses: * case e of { .... } * cls_op e, where cls_op is a class operation In both cases you want to know if e is of form (C e1..en) where C is a data constructor. However e might not *look* as if \begin{code}
data ConCont = CC [CoreExpr] Coercion   
                  -- Substitution already applied

-- | Returns @Just (dc, [t1..tk], [x1..xn])@ if the argument expression is 
-- a *saturated* constructor application of the form @dc t1..tk x1 .. xn@,
-- where t1..tk are the *universally-qantified* type args of 'dc'
exprIsConApp_maybe :: IdUnfoldingFun -> CoreExpr -> Maybe (DataCon, [Type], [CoreExpr])
exprIsConApp_maybe id_unf expr
  = go (Left in_scope) expr (CC [] (mkReflCo (exprType expr)))
    in_scope = mkInScopeSet (exprFreeVars expr)

    go :: Either InScopeSet Subst 
       -> CoreExpr -> ConCont 
       -> Maybe (DataCon, [Type], [CoreExpr])
    go subst (Tick t expr) cont
       | not (tickishIsCode t) = go subst expr cont
    go subst (Cast expr co1) (CC [] co2)
       = go subst expr (CC [] (subst_co subst co1 `mkTransCo` co2))
    go subst (App fun arg) (CC args co)
       = go subst fun (CC (subst_arg subst arg : args) co)
    go subst (Lam var body) (CC (arg:args) co)
       | exprIsTrivial arg          -- Don't duplicate stuff!
       = go (extend subst var arg) body (CC args co)
    go (Right sub) (Var v) cont
       = go (Left (substInScope sub)) 
            (lookupIdSubst (text "exprIsConApp" <+> ppr expr) sub v) 

    go (Left in_scope) (Var fun) cont@(CC args co)
        | Just con <- isDataConWorkId_maybe fun
        , count isValArg args == idArity fun
        , let (univ_ty_args, rest_args) = splitAtList (dataConUnivTyVars con) args
        = dealWithCoercion co (con, stripTypeArgs univ_ty_args, rest_args)

        -- Look through dictionary functions; see Note [Unfolding DFuns]
        | DFunUnfolding dfun_nargs con ops <- unfolding
        , length args == dfun_nargs    -- See Note [DFun arity check]
        , let (dfun_tvs, _n_theta, _cls, dfun_res_tys) = tcSplitDFunTy (idType fun)
              subst    = zipOpenTvSubst dfun_tvs (stripTypeArgs (takeList dfun_tvs args))
              mk_arg (DFunPolyArg e) = mkApps e args
              mk_arg (DFunLamArg i)  = args !! i
        = dealWithCoercion co (con, substTys subst dfun_res_tys, map mk_arg ops)

        -- Look through unfoldings, but only arity-zero one; 
	-- if arity > 0 we are effectively inlining a function call,
	-- and that is the business of callSiteInline.
	-- In practice, without this test, most of the "hits" were
	-- CPR'd workers getting inlined back into their wrappers,
        | Just rhs <- expandUnfolding_maybe unfolding
        , unfoldingArity unfolding == 0 
        , let in_scope' = extendInScopeSetSet in_scope (exprFreeVars rhs)
        = go (Left in_scope') rhs cont
          unfolding = id_unf fun

    go _ _ _ = Nothing

    -- Operations on the (Either InScopeSet CoreSubst)
    -- The Left case is wildly dominant
    subst_co (Left {}) co = co
    subst_co (Right s) co = CoreSubst.substCo s co

    subst_arg (Left {}) e = e
    subst_arg (Right s) e = substExpr (text "exprIsConApp") s e

    extend (Left in_scope) v e = Right (extendSubst (mkEmptySubst in_scope) v e)
    extend (Right s)       v e = Right (extendSubst s v e)

dealWithCoercion :: Coercion
                 -> (DataCon, [Type], [CoreExpr])
                 -> Maybe (DataCon, [Type], [CoreExpr])
dealWithCoercion co stuff@(dc, _dc_univ_args, dc_args)
  | isReflCo co 
  = Just stuff

  | Pair _from_ty to_ty <- coercionKind co
  , Just (to_tc, to_tc_arg_tys) <- splitTyConApp_maybe to_ty
  , to_tc == dataConTyCon dc
        -- These two tests can fail; we might see 
        --      (C x y) `cast` (g :: T a ~ S [a]),
        -- where S is a type function.  In fact, exprIsConApp
        -- will probably not be called in such circumstances,
        -- but there't nothing wrong with it 

  =     -- Here we do the KPush reduction rule as described in the FC paper
        -- The transformation applies iff we have
        --      (C e1 ... en) `cast` co
        -- where co :: (T t1 .. tn) ~ to_ty
        -- The left-hand one must be a T, because exprIsConApp returned True
        -- but the right-hand one might not be.  (Though it usually will.)
        tc_arity       = tyConArity to_tc
        dc_univ_tyvars = dataConUnivTyVars dc
        dc_ex_tyvars   = dataConExTyVars dc
        arg_tys        = dataConRepArgTys dc

        (ex_args, val_args) = splitAtList dc_ex_tyvars dc_args

        -- Make the "theta" from Fig 3 of the paper
        gammas = decomposeCo tc_arity co
        theta_subst = liftCoSubstWith 
                         (dc_univ_tyvars ++ dc_ex_tyvars)
                         (gammas         ++ map mkReflCo (stripTypeArgs ex_args))

          -- Cast the value arguments (which include dictionaries)
        new_val_args = zipWith cast_arg arg_tys val_args
        cast_arg arg_ty arg = mkCast arg (theta_subst arg_ty)

        dump_doc = vcat [ppr dc,      ppr dc_univ_tyvars, ppr dc_ex_tyvars,
                         ppr arg_tys, ppr dc_args,        ppr _dc_univ_args,
                         ppr ex_args, ppr val_args]
    ASSERT2( eqType _from_ty (mkTyConApp to_tc _dc_univ_args), dump_doc )
    ASSERT2( all isTypeArg ex_args, dump_doc )
    ASSERT2( equalLength val_args arg_tys, dump_doc )
    Just (dc, to_tc_arg_tys, ex_args ++ new_val_args)

  | otherwise
  = Nothing

stripTypeArgs :: [CoreExpr] -> [Type]
stripTypeArgs args = ASSERT2( all isTypeArg args, ppr args )
                     [ty | Type ty <- args]
  -- We really do want isTypeArg here, not isTyCoArg!
\end{code} Note [Unfolding DFuns] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DFuns look like df :: forall a b. (Eq a, Eq b) -> Eq (a,b) df a b d_a d_b = MkEqD (a,b) ($c1 a b d_a d_b) ($c2 a b d_a d_b) So to split it up we just need to apply the ops $c1, $c2 etc to the very same args as the dfun. It takes a little more work to compute the type arguments to the dictionary constructor. Note [DFun arity check] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here we check that the total number of supplied arguments (inclding type args) matches what the dfun is expecting. This may be *less* than the ordinary arity of the dfun: see Note [DFun unfoldings] in CoreSyn \begin{code}
exprIsLiteral_maybe :: IdUnfoldingFun -> CoreExpr -> Maybe Literal
-- Same deal as exprIsConApp_maybe, but much simpler
-- Nevertheless we do need to look through unfoldings for
-- Integer literals, which are vigorously hoisted to top level
-- and not subsequently inlined
exprIsLiteral_maybe id_unf e
  = case e of
      Lit l     -> Just l
      Tick _ e' -> exprIsLiteral_maybe id_unf e' -- dubious?
      Var v     | Just rhs <- expandUnfolding_maybe (id_unf v)
                -> exprIsLiteral_maybe id_unf rhs
      _         -> Nothing