 15 Jul, 2014 1 commit


Giuseppe Castagna authored

 14 Jul, 2014 1 commit


Kim Nguyễn authored
when a constraint 'a < t or t < 'a with 'a being monomorphic occurs during constraint generation, we check whether it holds for all 'a, that is we use plain subtyping. (It generalizes the fact that 'a < Any or Empty < 'a hold for monomorphic variables, but also accounts for constraints such as 'a < 'a  t and so on).

 13 Jul, 2014 2 commits


Kim Nguyễn authored
 Change the precedence of the XML constructor to be stronger than the settheoretic operations (compatibility with previous CDuce)  Prettyprinting of regular expressions. When the input type contains a sequence type, print the sequence as a regular expression. Do not print empty sequences unless the rest of the atom components is finite: `a `b  `nil will be printed as []  `a  `b but Atom \ 'a will be printed as Atom \'a and not Atom \ ('a  `nil)  []  Remove Arrow from positive arrow part (unless it is the only component)  Fix a bug where records would be printed instead of attributes

Kim Nguyễn authored
 Simplify the prettyprinting descriptor type  Fix a bug where some unions were shown as intersections  Correctly display parentheses where needed (issue: #17)  Prevent sharing for "small" subtrees (AST less than 6 nodes), so: (Int > Int) > Int > Int is not shown as: X1 > X1 where X1 = Int > Int (but bigger types are).

 12 Jul, 2014 2 commits


Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored

 11 Jul, 2014 12 commits


Kim Nguyễn authored
Partial fix for issue #20. In the Value.t type, the Concat _ value and the Pair value must have the same underlying representation (since their tag is mutated). This actually also corrects a bug: Concat _ nodes acts as constructor (like pairs, xml, records, …) and should also be decorated with a sigma. Adding a sigma component to Concat make the segfault disapear. However, for the moment substitutions in Concat are never used.

Kim Nguyễn authored
distribute it (redudantly) under all variables to simplify their prettyprinting. Hence, instead of having e.g. : ('a \ (Int))  Char  Int  Atom) we have ('a  Char  Int  Atom)

Julien Lopez authored

Kim Nguyễn authored

https://git.cduce.org/cduceKim Nguyễn authored
* 'master' of https://git.cduce.org/cduce: [MINOR] Remove dependence with Str module in parser Add syntactic sugar for if_then: Bugfix in parser: syntactic sugar if_then_else

Kim Nguyễn authored
Refresh the type of variables in the environement to avoid clash with variables of the interface of the function being typed.

Julien Lopez authored

Julien Lopez authored
if cond then expr <=> if cond then expr else [] Note that in case of ambiguity the "else" statement is part of the last "if" statement: if a then if b then c else d <=> if a then (if b then c else d)

Julien Lopez authored

Kim Nguyễn authored
Only use the old typing of applications for ground types (not types with only monomorphic variables)

Kim Nguyễn authored

Giuseppe Castagna authored

 10 Jul, 2014 5 commits


Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored
Remove commented code in clean_type. Restore cleaning of variables that are in covariant position in the result type, to avoid having strange types such as: [] > [ ('b) * ]

Kim Nguyễn authored
Given a type for which each kind is i DNF : ints: \/ /\a /\v /\~b /\~w chars: \/ /\a /\v /\~b /\~w ... where a, b are atoms and v w toplevel variables, index the type by pairs of variables, for each kind, which gives a matrix of 8 lines. ... (v, w) ... (x,y) ... ints: t1 t1 chars: ... ... atoms: times: xml: arrow: record: abstract: t8 t8 let T = t1  ...  t8, we can write ((v & w)  (x & y)) & T we now try to factor according to variables (intersection of v x and w y) to have a type of the form: ('a  ...  'd) & 'e ... & (Any \ 'f) & T

Kim Nguyễn authored

Julien Lopez authored

 09 Jul, 2014 3 commits


Julien Lopez authored
cases like this: type t = ['b '@' 'a] We have a syntax error because CDuce thinks 'b ' as a string, to fix that, implicitly write: type t = [('b) '@' 'a]

Julien Lopez authored
variables in brackets. However, we can't write ';;' in strings in brackets in toplevel now: # type t = ['a];; # type t = ['a'];; # type t = ['a 'a'];; # type t = [';;'];; Characters 1011: Illegal character We still have to print a better error message.

https://git.cduce.org/cduceKim Nguyễn authored
* 'master' of https://git.cduce.org/cduce: Preliminary workaround to only substitute by any/empty variables that were introduced by the tallying. [TESTS] Progress in stdlib/list

 08 Jul, 2014 5 commits


Kim Nguyễn authored
Preliminary workaround to only substitute by any/empty variables that were introduced by the tallying.

Julien Lopez authored

Kim Nguyễn authored
precise = false returns the constraint itself as output type (which is not sound when it is a variable).

Kim Nguyễn authored
for each component (int, atoms, pairs...) we optimize the case where the component is like T1&'a  T2  T3&'a we split it into  T2  T1 &'a  T3 &'a we retrieve { 'a } as the set of top level vars in the second type we compute T2 &'a  T1 &'a  T3 &'a then remove 'a from that type and return finally : T2  ('a & (T1  T2  T3)) We special case if (T1  T2  T3) is top, then we just display T2  'a

Kim Nguyễn authored
of sequencenon_variable(toplevelvar ^ rest) with special cases when non_variable or sequence are empty and toplevelvar or rest are any (or any combination of thoses). Add the examples of the part2 paper in a test file.

 07 Jul, 2014 7 commits


Kim Nguyễn authored
not propely propagate in case the left component was a 1 element intersection or union containing an arrow) Note: we should not have been generating such types in the first place.

Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored

Kim Nguyễn authored
Fix typing of application. Apply the polymorphic code when either the function or its argument have variables.

 03 Jul, 2014 1 commit


Pietro Abate authored
This reverts commit 045a8519.

 02 Jul, 2014 1 commit


Pietro Abate authored
