{-# LANGUAGE MultiParamTypeClasses, FlexibleInstances #-}

module Propellor.Types.ResultCheck (
) where

import Propellor.Types
import Propellor.Exception
import Utility.Monad

import Data.Monoid

-- | This is a `Property` but its `Result` is not accurate; in particular
-- it may return `NoChange` despite having made a change. 
-- However, when it returns `MadeChange`, it really did make a change,
-- and `FailedChange` is still an error.
data UncheckedProperty i = UncheckedProperty (Property i)

instance TightenTargets UncheckedProperty where
	tightenTargets (UncheckedProperty p) = UncheckedProperty (tightenTargets p)

-- | Use to indicate that a Property is unchecked.
unchecked :: Property i -> UncheckedProperty i
unchecked = UncheckedProperty

-- | Checks the result of a property. Mostly used to convert a
-- `UncheckedProperty` to a `Property`, but can also be used to further
-- check a `Property`.
	:: (Checkable p i, LiftPropellor m)
	=> m a
	-- ^ Run before ensuring the property.
	-> (a -> m Result)
	-- ^ Run after ensuring the property. Return `MadeChange` if a
	-- change was detected, or `NoChange` if no change was detected.
	-> p i
	-> Property i
checkResult precheck postcheck p = adjustPropertySatisfy (checkedProp p) $ \satisfy -> do
	a <- liftPropellor precheck
	r <- catchPropellor satisfy
	-- Always run postcheck, even if the result is already MadeChange,
	-- as it may need to clean up after precheck.
	r' <- liftPropellor $ postcheck a
	return (r <> r')

-- | Makes a `Property` or an `UncheckedProperty` only run
-- when a test succeeds.
check :: (Checkable p i, LiftPropellor m) => m Bool -> p i -> Property i
check test p = adjustPropertySatisfy (preCheckedProp p) $ \satisfy ->
        ifM (liftPropellor test)
                ( satisfy
                , return NoChange

class Checkable p i where
	checkedProp :: p i -> Property i
	preCheckedProp :: p i -> Property i

instance Checkable Property i where
	checkedProp = id
	preCheckedProp = id

instance Checkable UncheckedProperty i where
	checkedProp (UncheckedProperty p) = p
	-- Since it was pre-checked that the property needed to be run,
	-- if the property succeeded, we can assume it made a change.
	preCheckedProp (UncheckedProperty p) = p `assume` MadeChange

-- | Sometimes it's not practical to test if a property made a change.
-- In such a case, it's often fine to say:
-- > someprop `assume` MadeChange
-- However, beware assuming `NoChange`, as that will make combinators
-- like `onChange` not work.
assume :: Checkable p i => p i -> Result -> Property i
assume p result = adjustPropertySatisfy (checkedProp p) $ \satisfy -> do
	r <- satisfy
	return (r <> result)