{-# LANGUAGE PatternGuards, RecordWildCards #-}

-- | /WARNING: This module represents the evolving second version of the HLint API./
--   /It will be renamed to drop the "3" in the next major version./
--   This module provides a way to apply HLint hints. If you want to just run @hlint@ in-process
--   and collect the results see 'hlint'. If you want to approximate the @hlint@ experience with
--   a more structured API try:
-- @
-- (flags, classify, hint) <- 'autoSettings'
-- Right m <- 'parseModuleEx' flags \"MyFile.hs\" Nothing
-- print $ 'applyHints' classify hint [m]
-- @
module Language.Haskell.HLint3(
    hlint, applyHints,
    -- * Idea data type
    Idea(..), Severity(..), Note(..),
    -- * Settings
    getHLintDataDir, autoSettings, argsSettings,
    findSettings, readSettingsFile,
    -- * Hints
    HintBuiltin(..), HintRule(..),
    Hint(..), resolveHints,
    -- * Scopes
    Scope, scopeCreate, scopeMatch, scopeMove,
    -- * Haskell-src-exts
    parseModuleEx, defaultParseFlags, parseFlagsAddFixities, ParseError(..), ParseFlags(..), CppFlags(..)
    ) where

import Config.Type
import Config.Read
import Idea
import Apply
import HLint
import HSE.All
import Hint.All
import CmdLine
import Paths_hlint

import Data.List.Extra
import Data.Maybe
import System.FilePath
import Data.Functor
import Prelude

-- | Get the Cabal configured data directory of HLint.
getHLintDataDir :: IO FilePath
getHLintDataDir = getDataDir

-- | The function produces a tuple containg 'ParseFlags' (for 'parseModuleEx'),
--   and 'Classify' and 'Hint' for 'applyHints'.
--   It approximates the normal HLint configuration steps, roughly:
-- 1. Use 'findSettings' with 'readSettingsFile' to find and load the HLint settings files.
-- 1. Use 'parseFlagsAddFixities' and 'resolveHints' to transform the outputs of 'findSettings'.
--   If you want to do anything custom (e.g. using a different data directory, storing intermediate outputs,
--   loading hints from a database) you are expected to copy and paste this function, then change it to your needs.
autoSettings :: IO (ParseFlags, [Classify], Hint)
autoSettings = do
    (fixities, classify, hints) <- findSettings (readSettingsFile Nothing) Nothing
    return (parseFlagsAddFixities fixities defaultParseFlags, classify, resolveHints hints)

-- | A version of 'autoSettings' which respects some of the arguments supported by HLint.
--   If arguments unrecognised by HLint are used it will result in an error.
--   Arguments which have no representation in the return type are silently ignored.
argsSettings :: [String] -> IO (ParseFlags, [Classify], Hint)
argsSettings args = do
    cmd <- getCmd args
    case cmd of
        CmdMain{..} -> do
            -- FIXME: Two things that could be supported (but aren't) are 'cmdGivenHints' and 'cmdWithHints'.
            (_,settings) <- readAllSettings args cmd
            let (fixities, classify, hints) = splitSettings settings
            let flags = parseFlagsSetLanguage (cmdExtensions cmd) $ parseFlagsAddFixities fixities $
                        defaultParseFlags{cppFlags = cmdCpp cmd}
            let ignore = [Classify Ignore x "" "" | x <- cmdIgnore]
            return (flags, classify ++ ignore, resolveHints hints)
        _ -> error "Can only invoke autoSettingsArgs with the root process"

-- | Given a directory (or 'Nothing' to imply 'getHLintDataDir'), and a module name
--   (e.g. @HLint.Default@), find the settings file associated with it, returning the
--   name of the file, and (optionally) the contents.
--   This function looks for all settings files starting with @HLint.@ in the directory
--   argument, and all other files relative to the current directory.
readSettingsFile :: Maybe FilePath -> String -> IO (FilePath, Maybe String)
readSettingsFile dir x
    | takeExtension x `elem` [".yml",".yaml"] = do
        dir <- maybe getHLintDataDir return dir
        return (dir </> x, Nothing)
    | Just x <- "HLint." `stripPrefix` x = do
        dir <- maybe getHLintDataDir return dir
        return (dir </> x <.> "hs", Nothing)
    | otherwise = return (x <.> "hs", Nothing)

-- | Given a function to load a module (typically 'readSettingsFile'), and a module to start from
--   (defaults to @hlint.yaml@) find the information from all settings files.
findSettings :: (String -> IO (FilePath, Maybe String)) -> Maybe String -> IO ([Fixity], [Classify], [Either HintBuiltin HintRule])
findSettings load start = do
    (file,contents) <- load $ fromMaybe "hlint.yaml" start
    splitSettings <$> readFilesConfig [(file,contents)]

-- | Split a list of 'Setting' for separate use in parsing and hint resolution
splitSettings :: [Setting] -> ([Fixity], [Classify], [Either HintBuiltin HintRule])
splitSettings xs =
    ([x | Infix x <- xs]
    ,[x | SettingClassify x <- xs]
    ,[Right x | SettingMatchExp x <- xs] ++ map Left [minBound..maxBound])

-- | Snippet from the documentation, if this changes, update the documentation
_docs :: IO ()
_docs = do
    (flags, classify, hint) <- autoSettings
    Right m <- parseModuleEx flags "MyFile.hs" Nothing
    print $ applyHints classify hint [m]