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(* The front-end. This module performs a series of toplevel side effects. *)
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(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

(* Reading a grammar from a file. *)

let load_partial_grammar filename =
  let validExt = if Settings.coq then ".vy" else ".mly" in
  if not (Filename.check_suffix filename validExt) then
    Error.error [] (Printf.sprintf
      "argument file names should end in %s. \"%s\" is not accepted."
      validExt filename);
  Error.set_filename filename;
  try

    let contents = IO.read_whole_file filename in
    Error.file_contents := Some contents;
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    let open Lexing in
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    let lexbuf = Lexing.from_string contents in
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    lexbuf.lex_curr_p <- { lexbuf.lex_curr_p with pos_fname = filename };
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    let grammar =
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      { (Driver.grammar Lexer.main lexbuf) with ConcreteSyntax.pg_filename = filename }
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    in
    Error.file_contents := None;
    grammar

  with Sys_error msg ->
    Error.error [] msg

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

(* Read all of the grammar files that are named on the command line. *)

let partial_grammars = 
  List.map load_partial_grammar Settings.filenames

let () =
  Time.tick "Lexing and parsing"

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

(* If several grammar files were specified, merge them. *)

let parameterized_grammar = 
  PartialGrammar.join_partial_grammars partial_grammars

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

(* Expand away all applications of parameterized nonterminal symbols, so as to
   obtain a grammar without parameterized nonterminal symbols. *)

let grammar = 
  ParameterizedGrammar.expand parameterized_grammar

let () =
  Time.tick "Joining and expanding"

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(* If [--only-tokens] was specified on the command line, produce
   the definition of the [token] type and stop. *)

let () =
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  TokenType.produce_tokentypes grammar
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(* Perform reachability analysis. *)

let grammar =
  Reachability.trim grammar

let () =
  Time.tick "Trimming"

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(* If [--depend] or [--raw-depend] was specified on the command line,
   perform dependency analysis and stop. *)
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let () =
  match Settings.depend with
  | Settings.OMRaw
  | Settings.OMPostprocess ->
      Infer.depend grammar (* never returns *)
  | Settings.OMNone ->
      ()

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(* The purpose of [--depend] and [--raw-depend] is to support [--infer].
   Indeed, [--infer] is implemented by producing a mock [.ml] file (which
   contains just the semantic actions) and invoking [ocamlc]. This requires
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   certain [.cmi] files to exist. So, [--(raw-)depend] is a way for us to
   announce which [.cmi] files we need. It is implemented by producing the
   mock [.ml] file and running [ocamldep] on it. We also produce a mock
   [.mli] file, even though in principle it should be unnecessary -- see
   comment in [nonterminalType.mli]. *)
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(* If some flags imply that we will NOT produce an OCaml parser, then there
   is no need to perform type inference, so we act as if --infer was absent.
   This saves time and dependency nightmares. *)

let skipping_parser_generation =
  Settings.coq ||
  Settings.compile_errors <> None ||
  Settings.interpret_error ||
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  Settings.list_errors ||
  Settings.compare_errors <> None
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    (* maybe also: [preprocess_mode <> PMNormal] *)

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

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(* If [--infer] was specified on the command line, perform type inference.
   The OCaml type of every nonterminal is then known. *)
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let grammar =
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  if Settings.infer && not skipping_parser_generation then
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    let grammar = Infer.infer grammar in
    Time.tick "Inferring types for nonterminals";
    grammar
  else
    grammar

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(* If [--no-inline] was specified on the command line, skip the
   inlining of non terminal definitions marked with %inline. *)

let grammar =
  if Settings.inline then begin
    let grammar, inlined = 
      NonTerminalDefinitionInlining.inline grammar
    in
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    if not Settings.infer && inlined && not skipping_parser_generation then
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      Error.warning []
	"you are using the standard library and/or the %inline keyword. We\n\
	 recommend switching on --infer in order to avoid obscure type error messages.";
    Time.tick "Inlining";
    grammar
  end
  else 
    grammar

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(* If [--only-preprocess] or [--only-preprocess-drop] was specified on the
   command line, print the grammar and stop. Otherwise, continue. *)

let () =
  match Settings.preprocess_mode with
  | Settings.PMOnlyPreprocess mode ->
      UnparameterizedPrinter.print mode stdout grammar;
      exit 0
  | Settings.PMNormal ->
      ()