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------------------------------------------------------------------------
--- An analysis which returns information whether a module is unsafe, i.e.,
--- it imports directly or indirectly the module `Unsafe`.
---
--- @author Michael Hanus
--- @version June 2018
------------------------------------------------------------------------

module Analysis.UnsafeModule ( showUnsafe, unsafeModuleAnalysis )
 where

import List              ( nub )

import Analysis.Types
import FlatCurry.Goodies ( progImports, progName )
import FlatCurry.Types

------------------------------------------------------------------------
--- This analysis associates to a module the of all module names
--- which directly imports the module `Unsafe`.
--- Such modules might hide dangerous operations in
--- purely functional operations.
--- Thus, a module is safe if the analysis result is the empty list.

unsafeModuleAnalysis :: Analysis [String]
unsafeModuleAnalysis = dependencyModuleAnalysis "UnsafeModule" importsUnsafe

-- Show a list of type constructor names as a string.
showUnsafe :: AOutFormat -> [String] -> String
showUnsafe _     []    = "safe"
showUnsafe ANote (_:_) = "unsafe"
showUnsafe AText [mod] = "unsafe (due to module " ++ mod ++ ")"
showUnsafe AText ms@(_:_:_) = "unsafe (due to modules " ++ unwords ms ++ ")"

-- Does the module import the module `Unsafe` or any other unsafe module?
-- TODO: to be real safe, one also has to check external operations!
importsUnsafe :: Prog -> [(String,[String])] -> [String]
importsUnsafe prog impinfos =
  let unsafemods = (if "Unsafe" `elem` progImports prog then [progName prog]
                                                        else []) ++
                   concatMap snd impinfos
  in nub unsafemods

-----------------------------------------------------------------------