{-# OPTIONS_GHC -fno-warn-name-shadowing #-}

{-# LANGUAGE DataKinds #-}
{-# LANGUAGE DeriveTraversable #-}
{-# LANGUAGE LambdaCase #-}
{-# LANGUAGE KindSignatures #-}
{-# LANGUAGE StandaloneDeriving #-}
{-# LANGUAGE TupleSections #-}
{-# LANGUAGE FlexibleInstances #-}
{-# LANGUAGE TypeSynonymInstances #-}
{-# LANGUAGE ExplicitNamespaces #-}
{-# LANGUAGE RecordWildCards #-}

-- |
-- Module      :  GHC.Unit.Database
-- Copyright   :  (c) The University of Glasgow 2009, Duncan Coutts 2014
-- Maintainer  :  ghc-devs@haskell.org
-- Portability :  portable
-- This module provides the view of GHC's database of registered packages that
-- is shared between GHC the compiler\/library, and the ghc-pkg program. It
-- defines the database format that is shared between GHC and ghc-pkg.
-- The database format, and this library are constructed so that GHC does not
-- have to depend on the Cabal library. The ghc-pkg program acts as the
-- gateway between the external package format (which is defined by Cabal) and
-- the internal package format which is specialised just for GHC.
-- GHC the compiler only needs some of the information which is kept about
-- registered packages, such as module names, various paths etc. On the other
-- hand ghc-pkg has to keep all the information from Cabal packages and be able
-- to regurgitate it for users and other tools.
-- The first trick is that we duplicate some of the information in the package
-- database. We essentially keep two versions of the database in one file, one
-- version used only by ghc-pkg which keeps the full information (using the
-- serialised form of the 'InstalledPackageInfo' type defined by the Cabal
-- library); and a second version written by ghc-pkg and read by GHC which has
-- just the subset of information that GHC needs.
-- The second trick is that this module only defines in detail the format of
-- the second version -- the bit GHC uses -- and the part managed by ghc-pkg
-- is kept in the file but here we treat it as an opaque blob of data. That way
-- this library avoids depending on Cabal.
module GHC.Unit.Database
   ( GenericUnitInfo(..)
   , type DbUnitInfo
   , DbModule (..)
   , DbInstUnitId (..)
   , mapGenericUnitInfo
   -- * Read and write
   , DbMode(..)
   , DbOpenMode(..)
   , isDbOpenReadMode
   , readPackageDbForGhc
   , readPackageDbForGhcPkg
   , writePackageDb
   -- * Locking
   , PackageDbLock
   , lockPackageDb
   , unlockPackageDb
   -- * Misc
   , mkMungePathUrl
   , mungeUnitInfoPaths

import Prelude -- See note [Why do we import Prelude here?]
import Data.Version (Version(..))
import qualified Data.ByteString as BS
import qualified Data.ByteString.Char8 as BS.Char8
import qualified Data.ByteString.Lazy as BS.Lazy
import qualified Data.ByteString.Lazy.Internal as BS.Lazy (defaultChunkSize)
import qualified Data.Foldable as F
import qualified Data.Traversable as F
import Data.Bifunctor
import Data.Binary as Bin
import Data.Binary.Put as Bin
import Data.Binary.Get as Bin
import Control.Exception as Exception
import Control.Monad (when)
import System.FilePath as FilePath
import qualified System.FilePath.Posix as FilePath.Posix
import System.IO
import System.IO.Error
import GHC.IO.Exception (IOErrorType(InappropriateType))
import GHC.IO.Handle.Lock
import System.Directory
import Data.List (stripPrefix)

-- | @ghc-boot@'s UnitInfo, serialized to the database.
type DbUnitInfo      = GenericUnitInfo BS.ByteString BS.ByteString BS.ByteString BS.ByteString BS.ByteString DbModule

-- | Information about an unit (a unit is an installed module library).
-- This is a subset of Cabal's 'InstalledPackageInfo', with just the bits
-- that GHC is interested in.
-- Some types are left as parameters to be instantiated differently in ghc-pkg
-- and in ghc itself.
data GenericUnitInfo compid srcpkgid srcpkgname uid modulename mod = GenericUnitInfo
   { unitId             :: uid
      -- ^ Unique unit identifier that is used during compilation (e.g. to
      -- generate symbols).

   , unitInstanceOf     :: compid
      -- ^ Identifier of an indefinite unit (i.e. with module holes) that this
      -- unit is an instance of.

   , unitInstantiations :: [(modulename, mod)]
      -- ^ How this unit instantiates some of its module holes. Map hole module
      -- names to actual module

   , unitPackageId      :: srcpkgid
      -- ^ Source package identifier.
      -- Cabal instantiates this with Distribution.Types.PackageId.PackageId
      -- type which only contains the source package name and version. Notice
      -- that it doesn't contain the Hackage revision, nor any kind of hash.

   , unitPackageName    :: srcpkgname
      -- ^ Source package name

   , unitPackageVersion :: Version
      -- ^ Source package version

   , unitComponentName  :: Maybe srcpkgname
      -- ^ Name of the component.
      -- Cabal supports more than one components (libraries, executables,
      -- testsuites) in the same package. Each component has a name except the
      -- default one (that can only be a library component) for which we use
      -- "Nothing".
      -- GHC only deals with "library" components as they are the only kind of
      -- components that can be registered in a database and used by other
      -- modules.

   , unitAbiHash        :: String
      -- ^ ABI hash used to avoid mixing up units compiled with different
      -- dependencies, compiler, options, etc.

   , unitDepends        :: [uid]
      -- ^ Identifiers of the units this one depends on

   , unitAbiDepends     :: [(uid, String)]
     -- ^ Like 'unitDepends', but each dependency is annotated with the ABI hash
     -- we expect the dependency to respect.

   , unitImportDirs     :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Directories containing module interfaces

   , unitLibraries      :: [String]
      -- ^ Names of the Haskell libraries provided by this unit

   , unitExtDepLibsSys  :: [String]
      -- ^ Names of the external system libraries that this unit depends on. See
      -- also `unitExtDepLibsGhc` field.

   , unitExtDepLibsGhc  :: [String]
      -- ^ Because of slight differences between the GHC dynamic linker (in
      -- GHC.Runtime.Linker) and the
      -- native system linker, some packages have to link with a different list
      -- of libraries when using GHC's. Examples include: libs that are actually
      -- gnu ld scripts, and the possibility that the .a libs do not exactly
      -- match the .so/.dll equivalents.
      -- If this field is set, then we use that instead of the
      -- `unitExtDepLibsSys` field.

   , unitLibraryDirs    :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Directories containing libraries provided by this unit. See also
      -- `unitLibraryDynDirs`.
      -- It seems to be used to store paths to external library dependencies
      -- too.

   , unitLibraryDynDirs :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Directories containing the dynamic libraries provided by this unit.
      -- See also `unitLibraryDirs`.
      -- It seems to be used to store paths to external dynamic library
      -- dependencies too.

   , unitExtDepFrameworks :: [String]
      -- ^ Names of the external MacOS frameworks that this unit depends on.

   , unitExtDepFrameworkDirs :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Directories containing MacOS frameworks that this unit depends
      -- on.

   , unitLinkerOptions  :: [String]
      -- ^ Linker (e.g. ld) command line options

   , unitCcOptions      :: [String]
      -- ^ C compiler options that needs to be passed to the C compiler when we
      -- compile some C code against this unit.

   , unitIncludes       :: [String]
      -- ^ C header files that are required by this unit (provided by this unit
      -- or external)

   , unitIncludeDirs    :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Directories containing C header files that this unit depends
      -- on.

   , unitHaddockInterfaces :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Paths to Haddock interface files for this unit

   , unitHaddockHTMLs   :: [FilePath]
      -- ^ Paths to Haddock directories containing HTML files

   , unitExposedModules :: [(modulename, Maybe mod)]
      -- ^ Modules exposed by the unit.
      -- A module can be re-exported from another package. In this case, we
      -- indicate the module origin in the second parameter.

   , unitHiddenModules  :: [modulename]
      -- ^ Hidden modules.
      -- These are useful for error reporting (e.g. if a hidden module is
      -- imported)

   , unitIsIndefinite   :: Bool
      -- ^ True if this unit has some module holes that need to be instantiated
      -- with real modules to make the unit usable (a.k.a. Backpack).

   , unitIsExposed      :: Bool
      -- ^ True if the unit is exposed. A unit could be installed in a database
      -- by "disabled" by not being exposed.

   , unitIsTrusted      :: Bool
      -- ^ True if the unit is trusted (cf Safe Haskell)

   deriving (Eq, Show)

-- | Convert between GenericUnitInfo instances
   :: (uid1 -> uid2)
   -> (cid1 -> cid2)
   -> (srcpkg1 -> srcpkg2)
   -> (srcpkgname1 -> srcpkgname2)
   -> (modname1 -> modname2)
   -> (mod1 -> mod2)
   -> (GenericUnitInfo cid1 srcpkg1 srcpkgname1 uid1 modname1 mod1
       -> GenericUnitInfo cid2 srcpkg2 srcpkgname2 uid2 modname2 mod2)
mapGenericUnitInfo fuid fcid fsrcpkg fsrcpkgname fmodname fmod g@(GenericUnitInfo {..}) =
   g { unitId              = fuid unitId
     , unitInstanceOf      = fcid unitInstanceOf
     , unitInstantiations  = fmap (bimap fmodname fmod) unitInstantiations
     , unitPackageId       = fsrcpkg unitPackageId
     , unitPackageName     = fsrcpkgname unitPackageName
     , unitComponentName   = fmap fsrcpkgname unitComponentName
     , unitDepends         = fmap fuid unitDepends
     , unitAbiDepends      = fmap (first fuid) unitAbiDepends
     , unitExposedModules  = fmap (bimap fmodname (fmap fmod)) unitExposedModules
     , unitHiddenModules   = fmap fmodname unitHiddenModules

-- | @ghc-boot@'s 'Module', serialized to the database.
data DbModule
   = DbModule
      { dbModuleUnitId  :: DbInstUnitId
      , dbModuleName    :: BS.ByteString
   | DbModuleVar
      { dbModuleVarName :: BS.ByteString
   deriving (Eq, Show)

-- | @ghc-boot@'s instantiated unit id, serialized to the database.
data DbInstUnitId

   -- | Instantiated unit
   = DbInstUnitId
      BS.ByteString               -- component id
      [(BS.ByteString, DbModule)] -- instantiations: [(modulename,module)]

   -- | Uninstantiated unit
   | DbUnitId
      BS.ByteString               -- unit id
  deriving (Eq, Show)

-- | Represents a lock of a package db.
newtype PackageDbLock = PackageDbLock Handle

-- | Acquire an exclusive lock related to package DB under given location.
lockPackageDb :: FilePath -> IO PackageDbLock

-- | Release the lock related to package DB.
unlockPackageDb :: PackageDbLock -> IO ()

-- | Acquire a lock of given type related to package DB under given location.
lockPackageDbWith :: LockMode -> FilePath -> IO PackageDbLock
lockPackageDbWith mode file = do
  -- We are trying to open the lock file and then lock it. Thus the lock file
  -- needs to either exist or we need to be able to create it. Ideally we
  -- would not assume that the lock file always exists in advance. When we are
  -- dealing with a package DB where we have write access then if the lock
  -- file does not exist then we can create it by opening the file in
  -- read/write mode. On the other hand if we are dealing with a package DB
  -- where we do not have write access (e.g. a global DB) then we can only
  -- open in read mode, and the lock file had better exist already or we're in
  -- trouble. So for global read-only DBs on platforms where we must lock the
  -- DB for reading then we will require that the installer/packaging has
  -- included the lock file.
  -- Thus the logic here is to first try opening in read-write mode
  -- and if that fails we try read-only (to handle global read-only DBs).
  -- If either succeed then lock the file. IO exceptions (other than the first
  -- open attempt failing due to the file not existing) simply propagate.
  -- Note that there is a complexity here which was discovered in #13945: some
  -- filesystems (e.g. NFS) will only allow exclusive locking if the fd was
  -- opened for write access. We would previously try opening the lockfile for
  -- read-only access first, however this failed when run on such filesystems.
  -- Consequently, we now try read-write access first, falling back to read-only
  -- if we are denied permission (e.g. in the case of a global database).
    (\e -> if isPermissionError e then Just () else Nothing)
    (lockFileOpenIn ReadWriteMode)
    (const $ lockFileOpenIn ReadMode)
    lock = file <.> "lock"

    lockFileOpenIn io_mode = bracketOnError
      (openBinaryFile lock io_mode)
      -- If file locking support is not available, ignore the error and proceed
      -- normally. Without it the only thing we lose on non-Windows platforms is
      -- the ability to safely issue concurrent updates to the same package db.
      $ \hnd -> do hLock hnd mode `catch` \FileLockingNotSupported -> return ()
                   return $ PackageDbLock hnd

lockPackageDb = lockPackageDbWith ExclusiveLock
unlockPackageDb (PackageDbLock hnd) = do
    hUnlock hnd
    hClose hnd

-- | Mode to open a package db in.
data DbMode = DbReadOnly | DbReadWrite

-- | 'DbOpenMode' holds a value of type @t@ but only in 'DbReadWrite' mode.  So
-- it is like 'Maybe' but with a type argument for the mode to enforce that the
-- mode is used consistently.
data DbOpenMode (mode :: DbMode) t where
  DbOpenReadOnly  ::      DbOpenMode 'DbReadOnly t
  DbOpenReadWrite :: t -> DbOpenMode 'DbReadWrite t

deriving instance Functor (DbOpenMode mode)
deriving instance F.Foldable (DbOpenMode mode)
deriving instance F.Traversable (DbOpenMode mode)

isDbOpenReadMode :: DbOpenMode mode t -> Bool
isDbOpenReadMode = \case
  DbOpenReadOnly    -> True
  DbOpenReadWrite{} -> False

-- | Read the part of the package DB that GHC is interested in.
readPackageDbForGhc :: FilePath -> IO [DbUnitInfo]
readPackageDbForGhc file =
  decodeFromFile file DbOpenReadOnly getDbForGhc >>= \case
    (pkgs, DbOpenReadOnly) -> return pkgs
    getDbForGhc = do
      _version    <- getHeader
      _ghcPartLen <- get :: Get Word32
      ghcPart     <- get
      -- the next part is for ghc-pkg, but we stop here.
      return ghcPart

-- | Read the part of the package DB that ghc-pkg is interested in
-- Note that the Binary instance for ghc-pkg's representation of packages
-- is not defined in this package. This is because ghc-pkg uses Cabal types
-- (and Binary instances for these) which this package does not depend on.
-- If we open the package db in read only mode, we get its contents. Otherwise
-- we additionally receive a PackageDbLock that represents a lock on the
-- database, so that we can safely update it later.
readPackageDbForGhcPkg :: Binary pkgs => FilePath -> DbOpenMode mode t ->
                          IO (pkgs, DbOpenMode mode PackageDbLock)
readPackageDbForGhcPkg file mode =
    decodeFromFile file mode getDbForGhcPkg
    getDbForGhcPkg = do
      _version    <- getHeader
      -- skip over the ghc part
      ghcPartLen  <- get :: Get Word32
      _ghcPart    <- skip (fromIntegral ghcPartLen)
      -- the next part is for ghc-pkg
      ghcPkgPart  <- get
      return ghcPkgPart

-- | Write the whole of the package DB, both parts.
writePackageDb :: Binary pkgs => FilePath -> [DbUnitInfo] -> pkgs -> IO ()
writePackageDb file ghcPkgs ghcPkgPart =
  writeFileAtomic file (runPut putDbForGhcPkg)
    putDbForGhcPkg = do
        put               ghcPartLen
        putLazyByteString ghcPart
        put               ghcPkgPart
        ghcPartLen :: Word32
        ghcPartLen = fromIntegral (BS.Lazy.length ghcPart)
        ghcPart    = encode ghcPkgs

getHeader :: Get (Word32, Word32)
getHeader = do
    magic <- getByteString (BS.length headerMagic)
    when (magic /= headerMagic) $
      fail "not a ghc-pkg db file, wrong file magic number"

    majorVersion <- get :: Get Word32
    -- The major version is for incompatible changes

    minorVersion <- get :: Get Word32
    -- The minor version is for compatible extensions

    when (majorVersion /= 1) $
      fail "unsupported ghc-pkg db format version"
    -- If we ever support multiple major versions then we'll have to change
    -- this code

    -- The header can be extended without incrementing the major version,
    -- we ignore fields we don't know about (currently all).
    headerExtraLen <- get :: Get Word32
    skip (fromIntegral headerExtraLen)

    return (majorVersion, minorVersion)

putHeader :: Put
putHeader = do
    putByteString headerMagic
    put majorVersion
    put minorVersion
    put headerExtraLen
    majorVersion   = 1 :: Word32
    minorVersion   = 0 :: Word32
    headerExtraLen = 0 :: Word32

headerMagic :: BS.ByteString
headerMagic = BS.Char8.pack "\0ghcpkg\0"

-- TODO: we may be able to replace the following with utils from the binary
-- package in future.

-- | Feed a 'Get' decoder with data chunks from a file.
decodeFromFile :: FilePath -> DbOpenMode mode t -> Get pkgs ->
                  IO (pkgs, DbOpenMode mode PackageDbLock)
decodeFromFile file mode decoder = case mode of
  DbOpenReadOnly -> do
  -- Note [Locking package database on Windows]
  -- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  -- When we open the package db in read only mode, there is no need to acquire
  -- shared lock on non-Windows platform because we update the database with an
  -- atomic rename, so readers will always see the database in a consistent
  -- state.
#if defined(mingw32_HOST_OS)
    bracket (lockPackageDbWith SharedLock file) unlockPackageDb $ \_ -> do
      (, DbOpenReadOnly) <$> decodeFileContents
  DbOpenReadWrite{} -> do
    -- When we open the package db in read/write mode, acquire an exclusive lock
    -- on the database and return it so we can keep it for the duration of the
    -- update.
    bracketOnError (lockPackageDb file) unlockPackageDb $ \lock -> do
      (, DbOpenReadWrite lock) <$> decodeFileContents
    decodeFileContents = withBinaryFile file ReadMode $ \hnd ->
      feed hnd (runGetIncremental decoder)

    feed hnd (Partial k)  = do chunk <- BS.hGet hnd BS.Lazy.defaultChunkSize
                               if BS.null chunk
                                 then feed hnd (k Nothing)
                                 else feed hnd (k (Just chunk))
    feed _ (Done _ _ res) = return res
    feed _ (Fail _ _ msg) = ioError err
        err = mkIOError InappropriateType loc Nothing (Just file)
              `ioeSetErrorString` msg
        loc = "GHC.Unit.Database.readPackageDb"

-- Copied from Cabal's Distribution.Simple.Utils.
writeFileAtomic :: FilePath -> BS.Lazy.ByteString -> IO ()
writeFileAtomic targetPath content = do
  let (targetDir, targetFile) = splitFileName targetPath
    (openBinaryTempFileWithDefaultPermissions targetDir $ targetFile <.> "tmp")
    (\(tmpPath, handle) -> hClose handle >> removeFile tmpPath)
    (\(tmpPath, handle) -> do
        BS.Lazy.hPut handle content
        hClose handle
        renameFile tmpPath targetPath)

instance Binary DbUnitInfo where
  put (GenericUnitInfo
         unitId unitInstanceOf unitInstantiations
         unitPackageName unitPackageVersion
         unitAbiHash unitDepends unitAbiDepends unitImportDirs
         unitLibraries unitExtDepLibsSys unitExtDepLibsGhc
         unitLibraryDirs unitLibraryDynDirs
         unitExtDepFrameworks unitExtDepFrameworkDirs
         unitLinkerOptions unitCcOptions
         unitIncludes unitIncludeDirs
         unitHaddockInterfaces unitHaddockHTMLs
         unitExposedModules unitHiddenModules
         unitIsIndefinite unitIsExposed unitIsTrusted) = do
    put unitPackageId
    put unitPackageName
    put unitPackageVersion
    put unitComponentName
    put unitId
    put unitInstanceOf
    put unitInstantiations
    put unitAbiHash
    put unitDepends
    put unitAbiDepends
    put unitImportDirs
    put unitLibraries
    put unitExtDepLibsSys
    put unitExtDepLibsGhc
    put unitLibraryDirs
    put unitLibraryDynDirs
    put unitExtDepFrameworks
    put unitExtDepFrameworkDirs
    put unitLinkerOptions
    put unitCcOptions
    put unitIncludes
    put unitIncludeDirs
    put unitHaddockInterfaces
    put unitHaddockHTMLs
    put unitExposedModules
    put unitHiddenModules
    put unitIsIndefinite
    put unitIsExposed
    put unitIsTrusted

  get = do
    unitPackageId      <- get
    unitPackageName    <- get
    unitPackageVersion <- get
    unitComponentName  <- get
    unitId             <- get
    unitInstanceOf     <- get
    unitInstantiations <- get
    unitAbiHash        <- get
    unitDepends        <- get
    unitAbiDepends     <- get
    unitImportDirs     <- get
    unitLibraries      <- get
    unitExtDepLibsSys  <- get
    unitExtDepLibsGhc  <- get
    libraryDirs        <- get
    libraryDynDirs     <- get
    frameworks         <- get
    frameworkDirs      <- get
    unitLinkerOptions  <- get
    unitCcOptions      <- get
    unitIncludes       <- get
    unitIncludeDirs    <- get
    unitHaddockInterfaces <- get
    unitHaddockHTMLs   <- get
    unitExposedModules <- get
    unitHiddenModules  <- get
    unitIsIndefinite   <- get
    unitIsExposed      <- get
    unitIsTrusted      <- get
    return (GenericUnitInfo
              unitLibraries unitExtDepLibsSys unitExtDepLibsGhc
              libraryDirs libraryDynDirs
              frameworks frameworkDirs
              unitLinkerOptions unitCcOptions
              unitIncludes unitIncludeDirs
              unitHaddockInterfaces unitHaddockHTMLs
              unitIsIndefinite unitIsExposed unitIsTrusted)

instance Binary DbModule where
  put (DbModule dbModuleUnitId dbModuleName) = do
    putWord8 0
    put dbModuleUnitId
    put dbModuleName
  put (DbModuleVar dbModuleVarName) = do
    putWord8 1
    put dbModuleVarName
  get = do
    b <- getWord8
    case b of
      0 -> DbModule <$> get <*> get
      _ -> DbModuleVar <$> get

instance Binary DbInstUnitId where
  put (DbUnitId uid) = do
    putWord8 0
    put uid
  put (DbInstUnitId dbUnitIdComponentId dbUnitIdInsts) = do
    putWord8 1
    put dbUnitIdComponentId
    put dbUnitIdInsts

  get = do
    b <- getWord8
    case b of
      0 -> DbUnitId <$> get
      _ -> DbInstUnitId <$> get <*> get

-- | Return functions to perform path/URL variable substitution as per the Cabal
-- ${pkgroot} spec
-- (http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/libraries/2009-May/011772.html)
-- Paths/URLs can be relative to ${pkgroot} or ${pkgrooturl}.
-- The "pkgroot" is the directory containing the package database.
-- Also perform a similar substitution for the older GHC-specific
-- "$topdir" variable. The "topdir" is the location of the ghc
-- installation (obtained from the -B option).
mkMungePathUrl :: FilePath -> FilePath -> (FilePath -> FilePath, FilePath -> FilePath)
mkMungePathUrl top_dir pkgroot = (munge_path, munge_url)
    munge_path p
      | Just p' <- stripVarPrefix "${pkgroot}" p = pkgroot ++ p'
      | Just p' <- stripVarPrefix "$topdir"    p = top_dir ++ p'
      | otherwise                                = p

    munge_url p
      | Just p' <- stripVarPrefix "${pkgrooturl}" p = toUrlPath pkgroot p'
      | Just p' <- stripVarPrefix "$httptopdir"   p = toUrlPath top_dir p'
      | otherwise                                   = p

    toUrlPath r p = "file:///"
                 -- URLs always use posix style '/' separators:
                 ++ FilePath.Posix.joinPath
                        (r : -- We need to drop a leading "/" or "\\"
                             -- if there is one:
                             dropWhile (all isPathSeparator)
                                       (FilePath.splitDirectories p))

    -- We could drop the separator here, and then use </> above. However,
    -- by leaving it in and using ++ we keep the same path separator
    -- rather than letting FilePath change it to use \ as the separator
    stripVarPrefix var path = case stripPrefix var path of
                              Just [] -> Just []
                              Just cs@(c : _) | isPathSeparator c -> Just cs
                              _ -> Nothing

-- | Perform path/URL variable substitution as per the Cabal ${pkgroot} spec
-- (http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/libraries/2009-May/011772.html)
-- Paths/URLs can be relative to ${pkgroot} or ${pkgrooturl}.
-- The "pkgroot" is the directory containing the package database.
-- Also perform a similar substitution for the older GHC-specific
-- "$topdir" variable. The "topdir" is the location of the ghc
-- installation (obtained from the -B option).
mungeUnitInfoPaths :: FilePath -> FilePath -> GenericUnitInfo a b c d e f -> GenericUnitInfo a b c d e f
mungeUnitInfoPaths top_dir pkgroot pkg =
   -- TODO: similar code is duplicated in utils/ghc-pkg/Main.hs
      { unitImportDirs          = munge_paths (unitImportDirs pkg)
      , unitIncludeDirs         = munge_paths (unitIncludeDirs pkg)
      , unitLibraryDirs         = munge_paths (unitLibraryDirs pkg)
      , unitLibraryDynDirs      = munge_paths (unitLibraryDynDirs pkg)
      , unitExtDepFrameworkDirs = munge_paths (unitExtDepFrameworkDirs pkg)
      , unitHaddockInterfaces   = munge_paths (unitHaddockInterfaces pkg)
        -- haddock-html is allowed to be either a URL or a file
      , unitHaddockHTMLs        = munge_paths (munge_urls (unitHaddockHTMLs pkg))
      munge_paths = map munge_path
      munge_urls  = map munge_url
      (munge_path,munge_url) = mkMungePathUrl top_dir pkgroot