{-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings, TupleSections, ScopedTypeVariables #-}

-- | Haskell indenter.

module HIndent
  (-- * Formatting functions.
  -- * Style
  -- * Testing

import           HIndent.Pretty
import           HIndent.Styles.ChrisDone (chrisDone)
import           HIndent.Styles.Fundamental (fundamental)
import           HIndent.Styles.Gibiansky (gibiansky)
import           HIndent.Styles.JohanTibell (johanTibell)
import           HIndent.Types

import           Control.Monad.State.Strict
import           Data.Data
import           Data.Function
import           Data.Monoid
import qualified Data.Text.IO as ST
import           Data.Text.Lazy (Text)
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy as T
import           Data.Text.Lazy.Builder (Builder)
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy.Builder as T
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy.IO as T
import           Data.Traversable
import           Language.Haskell.Exts.Annotated hiding (Style,prettyPrint,Pretty,style,parse)
import           Data.Maybe (fromMaybe)

-- | Format the given source.
reformat :: Style -> Text -> Either String Builder
reformat style x =
  case parseModuleWithComments parseMode
                               (T.unpack x) of
    ParseOk (m,comments) ->
      let (cs,ast) =
            annotateComments (fromMaybe m $ applyFixities baseFixities m) comments
      in Right (prettyPrint
                  -- For the time being, assume that all "free-floating" comments come at the beginning.
                  -- If they were not at the beginning, they would be after some ast node.
                  -- Thus, print them before going for the ast.
                  (do mapM_ (printComment Nothing) (reverse cs)
                      pretty ast))
    ParseFailed _ e -> Left e

-- | Pretty print the given printable thing.
prettyPrint :: Style -> Printer () -> Builder
prettyPrint style m =
  psOutput (execState (runPrinter m)
                      (case style of
                         Style _name _author _desc st extenders config ->
                           PrintState 0 mempty False 0 1 st extenders config False False))

-- | Parse mode, includes all extensions, doesn't assume any fixities.
parseMode :: ParseMode
parseMode =
  defaultParseMode {extensions = allExtensions
                   ,fixities = Nothing}
  where allExtensions =
          filter isDisabledExtention knownExtensions
        isDisabledExtention (DisableExtension _) = False
        isDisabledExtention _ = True

-- | Test with the given style, prints to stdout.
test :: Style -> Text -> IO ()
test style =
  either error (T.putStrLn . T.toLazyText) .
  reformat style

-- | Test with all styles, prints to stdout.
testAll :: Text -> IO ()
testAll i =
  forM_ styles
        (\style ->
           do ST.putStrLn ("-- " <> styleName style <> ":")
              test style i
              ST.putStrLn "")

-- | Parse the source and annotate it with comments, yielding the resulting AST.
testAst :: Text -> Either String ([ComInfo], Module NodeInfo)
testAst x =
  case parseModuleWithComments parseMode
                               (T.unpack x) of
    ParseOk (m,comments) ->
      Right (annotateComments m comments)
    ParseFailed _ e -> Left e

-- | Styles list, useful for programmatically choosing.
styles :: [Style]
styles =

-- | Annotate the AST with comments.
annotateComments :: forall ast. (Data (ast NodeInfo),Traversable ast,Annotated ast)
                 => ast SrcSpanInfo -> [Comment] -> ([ComInfo],ast NodeInfo)
annotateComments src comments =
      -- Make sure to process comments top to bottom.
      reversed = reverse comments

      -- Replace source spans with node infos in the AST.
      src' = fmap (\n -> NodeInfo n []) src

      -- Add all comments to the ast.
      (cominfos, src'') = foldr processComment ([], src') reversed

  in -- Reverse order of comments at each node.
    (cominfos, fmap (\(NodeInfo n cs) -> NodeInfo n $ reverse cs) src'')

  where processComment :: Comment
                       -> ([ComInfo],ast NodeInfo)
                       -> ([ComInfo],ast NodeInfo)
        -- Add in a single comment to the ast.
        processComment c@(Comment _ cspan _) (cs,ast) =
          -- Try to find the node after which this comment lies.
          case execState (traverse (collect After c) ast) Nothing of
            -- When no node is found, the comment is on its own line.
            Nothing -> (ComInfo c Nothing : cs, ast)

            -- We found the node that this comment follows.
            -- Check whether the node is on the same line.
            Just (NodeInfo l coms)
              -- If it's on a different line than the node, but the node has an
              -- EOL comment, and the EOL comment and this comment are aligned,
              -- attach this comment to the preceding node.
              | ownLine && alignedWithPrevious -> insertedBefore

              -- If it's on a different line than the node, look for the following node to attach it to.
              | ownLine ->
                  case execState (traverse (collect Before c) ast) Nothing of
                    -- If we don't find a node after the comment, leave it with the previous node.
                    Nothing   -> insertedBefore
                    Just (NodeInfo node _) ->
                      (cs, evalState (traverse (insert node (ComInfo c $ Just Before)) ast) False)

              -- If it's on the same line, insert this comment into that node.
              | otherwise -> insertedBefore
                ownLine = srcSpanStartLine cspan /= srcSpanEndLine (srcInfoSpan l)
                insertedBefore = (cs, evalState (traverse (insert l (ComInfo c $ Just After)) ast) False)
                  | null coms = False
                  | otherwise = case last coms of
                      -- Require single line comment after the node.
                      ComInfo (Comment False prevSpan _) (Just After) ->
                        srcSpanStartLine prevSpan == srcSpanStartLine cspan - 1 &&
                        srcSpanStartColumn prevSpan == srcSpanStartColumn cspan
                      _       -> False

        -- For a comment, check whether the comment is after the node.
        -- If it is, store it in the state; otherwise do nothing.
        -- The location specifies where the comment should lie relative to the node.
        collect :: ComInfoLocation -> Comment -> NodeInfo -> State (Maybe NodeInfo) NodeInfo
        collect loc' c ni@(NodeInfo newL _) =
          do when (commentLocated loc' ni c)
                  (modify (maybe (Just ni)
                                 (\oldni@(NodeInfo oldL _) ->
                                    Just (if (spanTest loc' `on` srcInfoSpan) oldL newL
                                             then ni
                                             else oldni))))
             return ni

        -- Insert the comment into the ast. Find the right node and add it to the
        -- comments of that node. Do nothing afterwards.
        insert :: SrcSpanInfo -> ComInfo -> NodeInfo -> State Bool NodeInfo
        insert al c ni@(NodeInfo bl cs) =
          do done <- get
             if not done && al == bl
                then do put True
                        return (ni {nodeInfoComments = c : cs})
                else return ni

-- | Is the comment after the node?
commentLocated :: ComInfoLocation -> NodeInfo -> Comment -> Bool
commentLocated loc' (NodeInfo (SrcSpanInfo n _) _) (Comment _ c _) =
  spanTest loc' n c

-- | For @After@, does the first span end before the second starts?
-- For @Before@, does the first span start after the second ends?
spanTest :: ComInfoLocation -> SrcSpan -> SrcSpan -> Bool
spanTest loc' first second =
  (srcSpanStartLine after > srcSpanEndLine before) ||
  ((srcSpanStartLine after == srcSpanEndLine before) &&
   (srcSpanStartColumn after > srcSpanEndColumn before))
  where (before,after) =
          case loc' of
            After -> (first,second)
            Before -> (second,first)