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(************************************************************************)
(*  v      *   The Coq Proof Assistant  /  The Coq Development Team     *)
(* <O___,, * CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique-INRIA Futurs-Universite Paris Sud *)
(*   \VV/  **************************************************************)
(*    //   *      This file is distributed under the terms of the       *)
(*         *       GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1        *)
(************************************************************************)

(* $Id$ *)

(* This module defines validation functions to ensure an imported
   value (using input_value) has the correct structure. *)

let rec pr_obj_rec o =
  if Obj.is_int o then
    Format.print_int(Obj.magic o)
  else if Obj.is_block o then
    let t = Obj.tag o in
    if t > Obj.no_scan_tag then
      if t = Obj.string_tag then
        Format.print_string ("\""^String.escaped(Obj.magic o)^"\"")
      else
        Format.print_string "?"
    else
      (let n = Obj.size o in
      Format.print_string ("#"^string_of_int t^"(");
      Format.open_hvbox 0;
      for i = 0 to n-1 do
        pr_obj_rec (Obj.field o i);
        if i<>n-1 then (Format.print_string ","; Format.print_cut())
      done;
      Format.close_box();
      Format.print_string ")")
  else Format.print_string "?"

let pr_obj o = pr_obj_rec o; Format.print_newline()

(**************************************************************************)
(* Obj low-level validators *)

exception ValidObjError of string * Obj.t
let fail o s = raise (ValidObjError(s,o))

let apply debug f x =
  let o = Obj.repr x in
  try f o
  with ValidObjError(msg,obj) ->
    if debug then begin
      print_endline ("Validation failed: "^msg);
      pr_obj obj
    end;
    failwith "validation failed"

(* data not validated *)
let no_val (o:Obj.t) = ()

(* Check that object o is a block with tag t *)
let val_tag t o =
  if Obj.is_block o && Obj.tag o = t then ()
  else fail o ("expected tag "^string_of_int t)

let val_block s o =
  if Obj.is_block o then
    (if Obj.tag o > Obj.no_scan_tag then
      fail o (s^": found no scan tag"))
  else fail o (s^": expected block obj")

(* Check that an object is a tuple (or a record). v is an array of
   validation functions for each field. Its size corresponds to the
   expected size of the object. *)
let val_tuple s v o =
  let n = Array.length v in
  val_block ("tuple: "^s) o;
  if Obj.size o = n then
    Array.iteri (fun i f -> f (Obj.field o i)) v
  else
    fail o ("tuple:" ^s^" size found:"^string_of_int (Obj.size o))

(* Check that the object is either a constant constructor of tag < cc,
   or a constructed variant. each element of vv is an array of
   validation functions to be applied to the constructor arguments.
   The size of vv corresponds to the number of non-constant
   constructors, and the size of vv.(i) is the expected arity of the
   i-th non-constant constructor. *)
let val_sum s cc vv o =
  if Obj.is_block o then
    (val_block s o;
    let n = Array.length vv in
    let i = Obj.tag o in
    if i < n then val_tuple (s^"(tag "^string_of_int i^")") vv.(i) o
    else fail o ("bad tag in (sum type) "^s^": max is "^string_of_int i))
  else if Obj.is_int o then
    let (n:int) = Obj.magic o in
    (if n<0 || n>=cc then
      fail o (s^": bad constant constructor "^string_of_int n))
  else fail o ("not a sum ("^s^")")

let val_enum s n = val_sum s n [||]

(* Recursive types: avoid looping by eta-expansion *)
let rec val_rec_sum s cc f o =
  val_sum s cc (f (val_rec_sum s cc f)) o

let rec val_rectype f o =
  f (val_rectype f) o

(**************************************************************************)
(* Builtin types *)

(* Check the o is an array of values satisfying f. *)
let val_array ?(name="array") f o =
  val_block name o;
  for i = 0 to Obj.size o - 1 do
    (f (Obj.field o i):unit)
  done

(* Integer validator *)
let val_int o =
  if not (Obj.is_int o) then fail o "expected an int"

(* String validator *)
let val_str o =
  try val_tag Obj.string_tag o
  with Failure _ -> fail o "expected a string"

(* Booleans *)
let val_bool = val_enum "bool" 2

(* Option type *)
let val_opt ?(name="option") f = val_sum name 1 [|[|f|]|]

(* Lists *)
let val_list ?(name="list") f =
  val_rec_sum name 1 (fun vlist -> [|[|f;vlist|]|])

(* Reference *)
let val_ref ?(name="ref") f = val_tuple name [|f|]

(**************************************************************************)
(* Standard library types *)

(* Sets *)
let val_set ?(name="Set.t") f =
  val_rec_sum name 1 (fun vset -> [|[|vset;f;vset;val_int|]|])

(* Maps *)
let rec val_map ?(name="Map.t") fk fv =
  val_rec_sum name 1 (fun vmap -> [|[|vmap;fk;fv;vmap;val_int|]|])

(**************************************************************************)
(* Coq types *)

(* names *)
let val_id = val_str

let val_dp = val_list ~name:"dirpath" val_id

let val_name = val_sum "name" 1 [|[|val_id|]|]

let val_uid = val_tuple "uniq_ident" [|val_int;val_str;val_dp|]

let val_mp =
  val_rec_sum "module_path" 0
    (fun vmp -> [|[|val_dp|];[|val_uid|];[|val_uid|];[|vmp;val_id|]|])

let val_kn = val_tuple "kernel_name" [|val_mp;val_dp;val_id|]

let val_ind = val_tuple "inductive"[|val_kn;val_int|]
let val_cstr = val_tuple "constructor"[|val_ind;val_int|]

(* univ *)
let val_level = val_sum "level" 1 [|[|val_dp;val_int|]|]
let val_univ = val_sum "univ" 0
  [|[|val_level|];[|val_list val_level;val_list val_level|]|]

let val_cstrs =
  val_set ~name:"Univ.constraints"
   (val_tuple "univ_constraint"
     [|val_level;val_enum "order_request" 3;val_level|])