Changes in GHC API modularity with the "Encode shape information in PMOracle" MR
sgraf1337 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 17 14:31:01 UTC 2019
out of curiosity, could you find out which of the three modules DsMonad,
FamInst and TcSimplify lead to the blowup? If it's not too much of a
hassle, that is.
These are the only imports of PmOracle that aren't already exported from
Am Mo., 16. Sept. 2019 um 22:38 Uhr schrieb Shayne Fletcher <
shayne.fletcher at daml.com>:
> Hi Sebastian,
> On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 5:23 PM Sebastian Graf <sgraf1337 at gmail.com>
>> Hi Shayne,
>> Sorry to hear that! We didn't consider modularity at all and I would be
>> happy to try to refactor in a way that would allow `ghc-lib-parser` to be
>> properly separated again.
>> I'm fairly certain that I didn't directly touch anything parser related,
>> but apparently the new cyclic import of PmOracle within TcRnTypes (which is
>> also exposed from `ghc-lib-parser`) pulled in the other half of GHC.
>> I'll see if I can fix that tomorrow, if only by extracting a separate
>> `Types`-style module.
> That sounds awesome. Tremendous. Thank-you! Please feel free to reach out
> to me if there's anything I can do to help your analysis[*]!
> [*] For the record, the procedure for calculating the `ghc-lib-parser`
> modules is a little complicated by there needing to be some generated
> equivalents of `.hsc` files present for this to work but the procedure is
> at the end of the day just `ghc -M` invoked over `Parser.hs`.
> Fingers crossed and all the best!
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