shake-0.13.2: Build system library, like Make, but more accurate dependencies.

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A module for FilePath operations, to be used instead of System.FilePath when writing build systems. In build systems, when using the file name as a key for indexing rules, it is important that two different strings do not refer to the same on-disk file. We therefore follow the conventions:

  • Always use / as the directory separator, even on Windows.
  • When combining FilePath values with </> we squash any /./ components.



dropDirectory1 :: FilePath -> FilePathSource

Drop the first directory from a FilePath. Should only be used on relative paths.

 dropDirectory1 "aaa/bbb" == "bbb"
 dropDirectory1 "aaa/" == ""
 dropDirectory1 "aaa" == ""
 dropDirectory1 "" == ""

takeDirectory1 :: FilePath -> FilePathSource

Take the first component of a FilePath. Should only be used on relative paths.

 takeDirectory1 "aaa/bbb" == "aaa"
 takeDirectory1 "aaa/" == "aaa"
 takeDirectory1 "aaa" == "aaa"

normalise :: FilePath -> FilePathSource

Normalise a FilePath, trying to do:

  • All pathSeparators become /
  • foo/bar/../baz becomes foo/baz
  • foo/./bar becomes foo/bar
  • foo//bar becomes foo/bar

This function is not based on the normalise function from the filepath library, as that function is quite broken.

(-<.>) :: FilePath -> String -> FilePathSource

Remove the current extension and add another, an alias for replaceExtension.

toNative :: FilePath -> FilePathSource

Convert to native path separators, namely \ on Windows.

(</>) :: FilePath -> FilePath -> FilePathSource

Combine two file paths, an alias for combine.

combine :: FilePath -> FilePath -> FilePathSource

Combine two file paths. Any redundant ./ or ../ components in the resulting path are eliminated - the result will always have normalise applied.

 combine "aaa/bbb" "ccc" == "aaa/bbb/ccc"
 combine "aaa/bbb" "./ccc" == "aaa/bbb/ccc"
 combine "aaa/bbb" "../ccc" == "aaa/ccc"

exe :: StringSource

The extension of executables, "exe" on Windows and "" otherwise.