[PATCH] import: cabal: Treat identifier names correctly.

DoneSubmitted by Xinglu Chen.
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Xinglu Chen wrote 4 days ago
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* guix/import/cabal.scm (is-id): Accept the location as an argument. Don’tcheck if the identifier name is a reserved keyword unless it is the first wordon the line.(lex-word): Adjust accordingly.* tests/hackage ("hackage->guix-package tests flag executable"): Expect it topass.
Fixes: https://issues.guix.gnu.org/25138---‘guix import hackage darcs’ now works correctly, and it fixes afive year old bug. :-)
Toggle snippet (67 lines)$ ./pre-inst-env guix import hackage darcs(package (name "ghc-darcs") (version "2.16.4") (source (origin (method url-fetch) (uri (string-append "https://hackage.haskell.org/package/darcs/darcs-" version ".tar.gz")) (sha256 (base32 "07dygwh6p4fsrlgxmq6r7yvxmf4n2y04izzd30jzqgs0pi9645p4")))) (build-system haskell-build-system) (inputs `(("ghc-regex-compat-tdfa" ,ghc-regex-compat-tdfa) ("ghc-regex-applicative" ,ghc-regex-applicative) ("ghc-fgl" ,ghc-fgl) ("ghc-html" ,ghc-html) ("ghc-memory" ,ghc-memory) ("ghc-cryptonite" ,ghc-cryptonite) ("ghc-base16-bytestring" ,ghc-base16-bytestring) ("ghc-utf8-string" ,ghc-utf8-string) ("ghc-vector" ,ghc-vector) ("ghc-tar" ,ghc-tar) ("ghc-data-ordlist" ,ghc-data-ordlist) ("ghc-attoparsec" ,ghc-attoparsec) ("ghc-zip-archive" ,ghc-zip-archive) ("ghc-async" ,ghc-async) ("ghc-constraints" ,ghc-constraints) ("ghc-unix-compat" ,ghc-unix-compat) ("ghc-old-time" ,ghc-old-time) ("ghc-temporary" ,ghc-temporary) ("ghc-hashable" ,ghc-hashable) ("ghc-mmap" ,ghc-mmap) ("ghc-zlib" ,ghc-zlib) ("ghc-network-uri" ,ghc-network-uri) ("ghc-network" ,ghc-network) ("ghc-conduit" ,ghc-conduit) ("ghc-http-conduit" ,ghc-http-conduit) ("ghc-http-types" ,ghc-http-types))) (native-inputs `(("ghc-cmdargs" ,ghc-cmdargs) ("ghc-findbin" ,ghc-findbin) ("ghc-quickcheck" ,ghc-quickcheck) ("ghc-leancheck" ,ghc-leancheck) ("ghc-hunit" ,ghc-hunit) ("ghc-test-framework" ,ghc-test-framework) ("ghc-test-framework-hunit" ,ghc-test-framework-hunit) ("ghc-test-framework-quickcheck2" ,ghc-test-framework-quickcheck2) ("ghc-test-framework-leancheck" ,ghc-test-framework-leancheck) ("ghc-exceptions" ,ghc-exceptions) ("ghc-monad-control" ,ghc-monad-control) ("ghc-system-filepath" ,ghc-system-filepath) ("ghc-system-fileio" ,ghc-system-fileio) ("ghc-transformers-base" ,ghc-transformers-base))) (home-page "http://darcs.net/") (synopsis "a distributed, interactive, smart revision control system") (description "Darcs is a free, open source revision control system. It is: . * Distributed: Darcs was one of the first revision control systems in which every user has access to the full command set, removing boundaries between server and client or committer and non-committers. . * Interactive: Darcs is easy to learn and efficient to use because it asks you questions in response to simple commands, giving you choices in your work flow. You can choose to record one change in a file, while ignoring another. As you update from upstream, you can review each patch, picking and choosing which patches are appropriate. . * Smart: Darcs is different from most revision control systems in that it is based on the notion of change (or patch), rather than version. An underlying algebra of patches determines whether changes can be re-ordered. The laws of this algebra guarantee that the result of merging depends only on the final set of patches applied in a repository and not on their order. . * Simple: As a consequence, Darcs offers a conceptually simpler view of the state of a repository: it is given by the set of patches it contains. Pulling and pushing patches merely transfers them from one set to another. So called \"cherry-picking\" is the default mode of operation, and it fully preserves the identity of patches.") (license #f))
guix/import/cabal.scm | 13 ++++++++++--- tests/hackage.scm | 2 -- 2 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)
Toggle diff (61 lines)diff --git a/guix/import/cabal.scm b/guix/import/cabal.scmindex e9a0179b3d..16e69b9cdd 100644--- a/guix/import/cabal.scm+++ b/guix/import/cabal.scm@@ -1,6 +1,7 @@ ;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU ;;; Copyright © 2015 Federico Beffa <beffa@fbengineering.ch> ;;; Copyright © 2018 Ricardo Wurmus <rekado@elephly.net>+;;; Copyright © 2021 Xinglu Chen <public@yoctocell.xyz> ;;; ;;; This file is part of GNU Guix. ;;;@@ -399,14 +400,20 @@ matching a string against the created regexp." (define (is-or s) (string=? s "||")) -(define (is-id s port)+(define (is-id s port loc) (let ((cabal-reserved-words '("if" "else" "library" "flag" "executable" "test-suite" "custom-setup" "source-repository" "benchmark" "common")) (spaces (read-while (cut char-set-contains? char-set:blank <>) port)) (c (peek-char port))) (unread-string spaces port)- (and (every (cut string-ci<> s <>) cabal-reserved-words)+ ;; Sometimes the name of an identifier is the same as one of the reserved+ ;; words, which would normally lead to an error, see+ ;; <https://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=25138>. Unless the word+ ;; is at the beginning of a line (excluding whitespace), treat is as just+ ;; another identifier instead of a reserved word.+ (and (or (not (= (source-location-column loc) (current-indentation)))+ (every (cut string-ci<> s <>) cabal-reserved-words)) (and (not (char=? (last (string->list s)) #\:)) (not (char=? #\: c)))))) @@ -568,7 +575,7 @@ LOC is the current port location." ((is-none w) (lex-none loc)) ((is-and w) (lex-and loc)) ((is-or w) (lex-or loc))- ((is-id w port) (lex-id w loc))+ ((is-id w port loc) (lex-id w loc)) (else (unread-string w port) #f)))) (define (lex-line port loc)diff --git a/tests/hackage.scm b/tests/hackage.scmindex 53972fc643..aca807027c 100644--- a/tests/hackage.scm+++ b/tests/hackage.scm@@ -318,8 +318,6 @@ executable cabal mtl >= 2.0 && < 3 ") -;; Fails: https://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=25138-(test-expect-fail 1) (test-assert "hackage->guix-package test flag executable" (eval-test-with-cabal test-cabal-flag-executable match-ghc-foo))
base-commit: ec0e05ff306c950142c9ead7c712c749617069e7-- 2.33.0
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Lars-Dominik Braun wrote 3 days ago
(name . Xinglu Chen)(address . public@yoctocell.xyz)(address . 50588-done@debbugs.gnu.org)
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Hi,
looks good, pushed as a840caccaee8c9492f4cc8a7ba802ef54391f199 with sometrailing whitespace removed.
Cheers,Lars
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zimoun wrote 4 days ago
(name . Xinglu Chen)(address . public@yoctocell.xyz)(address . 50588@debbugs.gnu.org)
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Hi,
On Tue, 14 Sept 2021 at 20:43, Xinglu Chen <public@yoctocell.xyz> wrote:
Toggle quote (9 lines)> * guix/import/cabal.scm (is-id): Accept the location as an argument. Don’t> check if the identifier name is a reserved keyword unless it is the first word> on the line.> (lex-word): Adjust accordingly.> * tests/hackage ("hackage->guix-package tests flag executable"): Expect it to> pass.>> Fixes: <https://issues.guix.gnu.org/25138>
Oh awesome! Thanks! Yesterday, I was reviewing old bugs and dig thecabal parser was too intimidating. :-)
Cheers,simon
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