Version 1 (modified by chak, 10 years ago) (diff)


Closure conversion without a conversion class

The following scheme - if Roman doesn't find any problems with it (he is notorious for that) - should be simpler than what we had in mind so far for mixing converted and unconverted code.

Type declarations

If a type declaration for constructor T occurs in a converted module, we (1) generate a converted type declaration T_CC together two conversion functions fr_T and to_T, and (2) store these three names in the representation of T. Concerning Point (2), more precisely the alternatives of TyCon.TyCon get a new field tyConCC :: Maybe (TyCon, Id, Id). This field is Nothing for data constructors for which we have no conversion and Just (T_CC, fr_T, to_T) if we have a conversion.

Incidentally, if during conversion we come across a type declaration that we don't know how to convert (as it uses fancy extensions), we just don't generate a conversion.

Class declarations

Instance declarations