Module Fleche.Doc

module Node : sig ... end
module Completion : sig ... end
module Env : sig ... end

Enviroment external to the document, this includes for now the init Coq state and the workspace, which are used to build the first state of the document, usually by importing the prelude and other libs implicitly.

type t = private {
  1. uri : Lang.LUri.File.t;

    uri of the document

  2. version : int;

    version of the document

  3. contents : Contents.t;

    contents of the document

  4. nodes : Node.t list;

    List of document nodes

  5. completed : Completion.t;

    Status of the document, usually either completed, suspended, or waiting for some IO / external event

  6. toc : Node.t CString.Map.t;

    table of contents

  7. env : Env.t;

    External document enviroment

  8. root : Coq.State.t;

    root contains the first state document state, obtained by applying a workspace to Coq's initial state

  9. diags_dirty : bool;

    internal field


A Flèche document is basically a node list, which is a crude form of a meta-data map Range.t -> data, where for now data is the contents of Node.t.

val asts : t -> Node.Ast.t list

Return the list of all asts in the doc

val diags : t -> Lang.Diagnostic.t list

Return the list of all diags in the doc

val create : token:Coq.Limits.Token.t -> env:Env.t -> uri:Lang.LUri.File.t -> version:int -> raw:string -> t

Create a new Coq document, this is cached! Note that this operation always suceeds, but the document could be created in a `Failed` state if problems arise.

val bump_version : token:Coq.Limits.Token.t -> version:int -> raw:string -> t -> t

Update the contents of a document, updating the right structures for incremental checking. If the operation fails, the document will be left in `Failed` state.

module Target : sig ... end

Checking targets, this specifies what we expect check to reach

val check : io:Io.CallBack.t -> token:Coq.Limits.Token.t -> target:Target.t -> doc:t -> unit -> t

check ~io ~target ~doc (), check document doc, target will have Flèche stop after the point specified there has been reached. Output functions are in the io record, used to send partial updates.

val save : token:Coq.Limits.Token.t -> doc:t -> (unit, Loc.t) Coq.Protect.E.t

save ~doc will save doc .vo file. It will fail if proofs are open, or if the document completion status is not Yes

val create_failed_permanent : env:Env.t -> uri:Lang.LUri.File.t -> version:int -> raw:string -> t

This is internal, to workaround the Coq multiple-docs problem