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* guix/gexp.scm: New file.
* tests/gexp.scm: New file.
* Makefile.am (MODULES): Add guix/gexp.scm.
  (SCM_TESTS): Add tests/gexp.scm.
* doc/guix.texi (Derivations): Add #:inputs in 'derivation' example.
  Mark 'build-expression->derivation' as deprecated, refer to
  "G-Expressions".  Remove paragraph about code strata.
  (G-Expressions): New node.
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Ludovic Courtès 7 years ago
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@ -6,6 +6,7 @@
(scheme-mode
.
((indent-tabs-mode . nil)
(eval . (put 'eval-when 'scheme-indent-function 1))
(eval . (put 'test-assert 'scheme-indent-function 1))
(eval . (put 'test-equal 'scheme-indent-function 1))
(eval . (put 'test-eq 'scheme-indent-function 1))
@ -31,7 +32,13 @@
(eval . (put 'with-monad 'scheme-indent-function 1))
(eval . (put 'mlet* 'scheme-indent-function 2))
(eval . (put 'mlet 'scheme-indent-function 2))
(eval . (put 'run-with-store 'scheme-indent-function 1))))
(eval . (put 'run-with-store 'scheme-indent-function 1))
;; Recognize '~' and '$', as used for gexps, as quotation symbols. This
;; notably allows '(' in Paredit to not insert a space when the preceding
;; symbol is one of these.
(eval . (modify-syntax-entry ?~ "'"))
(eval . (modify-syntax-entry ?$ "'"))))
(emacs-lisp-mode . ((indent-tabs-mode . nil)))
(texinfo-mode . ((indent-tabs-mode . nil)
(fill-column . 72))))

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@ -37,6 +37,7 @@ MODULES = \
guix/download.scm \
guix/git-download.scm \
guix/monads.scm \
guix/gexp.scm \
guix/profiles.scm \
guix/serialization.scm \
guix/nar.scm \
@ -139,6 +140,7 @@ SCM_TESTS = \
tests/snix.scm \
tests/store.scm \
tests/monads.scm \
tests/gexp.scm \
tests/nar.scm \
tests/union.scm \
tests/profiles.scm


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@ -1305,6 +1305,7 @@ package definitions.
* The Store:: Manipulating the package store.
* Derivations:: Low-level interface to package derivations.
* The Store Monad:: Purely functional interface to the store.
* G-Expressions:: Manipulating build expressions.
@end menu
@node Defining Packages
@ -1762,13 +1763,21 @@ to a Bash executable in the store:
"echo hello world > $out\n" '())))
(derivation store "foo"
bash `("-e" ,builder)
#:inputs `((,bash) (,builder))
#:env-vars '(("HOME" . "/homeless"))))
@result{} #<derivation /gnu/store/@dots{}-foo.drv => /gnu/store/@dots{}-foo>
@end lisp
As can be guessed, this primitive is cumbersome to use directly. An
improved variant is @code{build-expression->derivation}, which allows
the caller to directly pass a Guile expression as the build script:
As can be guessed, this primitive is cumbersome to use directly. A
better approach is to write build scripts in Scheme, of course! The
best course of action for that is to write the build code as a
``G-expression'', and to pass it to @code{gexp->derivation}. For more
information, @ref{G-Expressions}.
Once upon a time, @code{gexp->derivation} did not exist and constructing
derivations with build code written in Scheme was achieved with
@code{build-expression->derivation}, documented below. This procedure
is now deprecated in favor of the much nicer @code{gexp->derivation}.
@deffn {Scheme Procedure} build-expression->derivation @var{store} @
@var{name} @var{exp} @
@ -1816,20 +1825,6 @@ containing one file:
@result{} #<derivation /gnu/store/@dots{}-goo.drv => @dots{}>
@end lisp
@cindex strata of code
Remember that the build expression passed to
@code{build-expression->derivation} is run by a separate Guile process
than the one that calls @code{build-expression->derivation}: it is run
by a Guile process launched by the daemon, typically in a chroot. So,
while there is a single language for both the @dfn{host} and the build
side, there are really two @dfn{strata} of code: the host-side, and the
build-side code@footnote{The term @dfn{stratum} in this context was
coined by Manuel Serrano et al. in the context of their work on Hop.}.
This distinction is important to keep in mind, notably when using
higher-level constructs such as @var{gnu-build-system} (@pxref{Defining
Packages}). For this reason, Guix modules that are meant to be used in
the build stratum are kept in the @code{(guix build @dots{})} name
space.
@node The Store Monad
@section The Store Monad
@ -1993,6 +1988,196 @@ Packages}).
@end deffn
@node G-Expressions
@section G-Expressions
@cindex G-expression
@cindex build code quoting
So we have ``derivations'', which represent a sequence of build actions
to be performed to produce an item in the store (@pxref{Derivations}).
Those build actions are performed when asking the daemon to actually
build the derivations; they are run by the daemon in a container
(@pxref{Invoking guix-daemon}).
@cindex strata of code
It should come as no surprise that we like to write those build actions
in Scheme. When we do that, we end up with two @dfn{strata} of Scheme
code@footnote{The term @dfn{stratum} in this context was coined by
Manuel Serrano et al.@: in the context of their work on Hop.}: the
``host code''---code that defines packages, talks to the daemon,
etc.---and the ``build code''---code that actually performs build
actions, such as making directories, invoking @command{make}, etc.
To describe a derivation and its build actions, one typically needs to
embed build code inside host code. It boils down to manipulating build
code as data, and Scheme's homoiconicity---code has a direct
representation as data---comes in handy for that. But we need more than
Scheme's normal @code{quasiquote} mechanism to construct build
expressions.
The @code{(guix gexp)} module implements @dfn{G-expressions}, a form of
S-expressions adapted to build expressions. G-expressions, or
@dfn{gexps}, consist essentially in three syntactic forms: @code{gexp},
@code{ungexp}, and @code{ungexp-splicing} (or simply: @code{#~},
@code{#$}, and @code{#$@@}), which are comparable respectively to
@code{quasiquote}, @code{unquote}, and @code{unquote-splicing}
(@pxref{Expression Syntax, @code{quasiquote},, guile, GNU Guile
Reference Manual}). However, there are major differences:
@itemize
@item
Gexps are meant to be written to a file and run or manipulated by other
processes.
@item
When a package or derivation is unquoted inside a gexp, the result is as
if its output file name had been introduced.
@item
Gexps carry information about the packages or derivations they refer to,
and these dependencies are automatically added as inputs to the build
processes that use them.
@end itemize
To illustrate the idea, here is an example of a gexp:
@example
(define build-exp
#~(begin
(mkdir #$output)
(chdir #$output)
(symlink (string-append #$coreutils "/bin/ls")
"list-files")))
@end example
This gexp can be passed to @code{gexp->derivation}; we obtain a
derivation that builds a directory containing exactly one symlink to
@file{/gnu/store/@dots{}-coreutils-8.22/bin/ls}:
@example
(gexp->derivation "the-thing" build-exp)
@end example
As one would expect, the @code{"/gnu/store/@dots{}-coreutils"} string is
substituted to the reference to the @var{coreutils} package in the
actual build code, and @var{coreutils} is automatically made an input to
the derivation. Likewise, @code{#$output} (equivalent to @code{(ungexp
output)}) is replaced by a string containing the derivation's output
directory name. The syntactic form to construct gexps is summarized
below.
@deffn {Scheme Syntax} #~@var{exp}
@deffnx {Scheme Syntax} (gexp @var{exp})
Return a G-expression containing @var{exp}. @var{exp} may contain one
or more of the following forms:
@table @code
@item #$@var{obj}
@itemx (ungexp @var{obj})
Introduce a reference to @var{obj}. @var{obj} may be a package or a
derivation, in which case the @code{ungexp} form is replaced by its
output file name---e.g., @code{"/gnu/store/@dots{}-coreutils-8.22}.
If @var{obj} is a list, it is traversed and any package or derivation
references are substituted similarly.
If @var{obj} is another gexp, its contents are inserted and its
dependencies are added to those of the containing gexp.
If @var{obj} is another kind of object, it is inserted as is.
@item #$@var{package-or-derivation}:@var{output}
@itemx (ungexp @var{package-or-derivation} @var{output})
This is like the form above, but referring explicitly to the
@var{output} of @var{package-or-derivation}---this is useful when
@var{package-or-derivation} produces multiple outputs (@pxref{Packages
with Multiple Outputs}).
@item #$output[:@var{output}]
@itemx (ungexp output [@var{output}])
Insert a reference to derivation output @var{output}, or to the main
output when @var{output} is omitted.
This only makes sense for gexps passed to @code{gexp->derivation}.
@item #$@@@var{lst}
@itemx (ungexp-splicing @var{lst})
Like the above, but splices the contents of @var{lst} inside the
containing list.
@end table
G-expressions created by @code{gexp} or @code{#~} are run-time objects
of the @code{gexp?} type (see below.)
@end deffn
@deffn {Scheme Procedure} gexp? @var{obj}
Return @code{#t} if @var{obj} is a G-expression.
@end deffn
G-expressions are meant to be written to disk, either as code building
some derivation, or as plain files in the store. The monadic procedures
below allow you to do that (@pxref{The Store Monad}, for more
information about monads.)
@deffn {Monadic Procedure} gexp->derivation @var{name} @var{exp} @
[#:system (%current-system)] [#:inputs '()] @
[#:hash #f] [#:hash-algo #f] @
[#:recursive? #f] [#:env-vars '()] [#:modules '()] @
[#:references-graphs #f] [#:local-build? #f] @
[#:guile-for-build #f]
Return a derivation @var{name} that runs @var{exp} (a gexp) with
@var{guile-for-build} (a derivation) on @var{system}.
Make @var{modules} available in the evaluation context of @var{EXP};
@var{MODULES} is a list of names of Guile modules from the current
search path to be copied in the store, compiled, and made available in
the load path during the execution of @var{exp}---e.g., @code{((guix
build utils) (guix build gnu-build-system))}.
The other arguments are as for @code{derivation}.
@end deffn
@deffn {Monadic Procedure} gexp->script @var{name} @var{exp}
Return an executable script @var{name} that runs @var{exp} using
@var{guile} with @var{modules} in its search path.
The example below builds a script that simply invokes the @command{ls}
command:
@example
(use-modules (guix gexp) (gnu packages base))
(gexp->script "list-files"
#~(execl (string-append #$coreutils "/bin/ls")
"ls"))
@end example
When ``running'' it through the store (@pxref{The Store Monad,
@code{run-with-store}}), we obtain a derivation that procedures an
executable file @file{/gnu/store/@dots{}-list-files} along these lines:
@example
#!/gnu/store/@dots{}-guile-2.0.11/bin/guile -ds
!#
(execl (string-append "/gnu/store/@dots{}-coreutils-8.22"/bin/ls")
"ls")
@end example
@end deffn
@deffn {Monadic Procedure} gexp->file @var{name} @var{exp}
Return a derivation that builds a file @var{name} containing @var{exp}.
The resulting file holds references to all the dependencies of @var{exp}
or a subset thereof.
@end deffn
Of course, in addition to gexps embedded in ``host'' code, there are
also modules containing build tools. To make it clear that they are
meant to be used in the build stratum, these modules are kept in the
@code{(guix build @dots{})} name space.
@c *********************************************************************
@node Utilities
@chapter Utilities


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;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
;;; Copyright © 2014 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>
;;;
;;; This file is part of GNU Guix.
;;;
;;; GNU Guix is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
;;; under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at
;;; your option) any later version.
;;;
;;; GNU Guix is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
;;; WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;;
;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;; along with GNU Guix. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
(define-module (guix gexp)
#:use-module ((guix store)
#:select (direct-store-path?))
#:use-module (guix monads)
#:use-module ((guix derivations)
#:select (derivation? derivation->output-path
%guile-for-build derivation))
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-1)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-9)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-26)
#:use-module (ice-9 match)
#:export (gexp
gexp?
gexp->derivation
gexp->file
gexp->script))
;;; Commentary:
;;;
;;; This module implements "G-expressions", or "gexps". Gexps are like
;;; S-expressions (sexps), with two differences:
;;;
;;; 1. References (un-quotations) to derivations or packages in a gexp are
;;; replaced by the corresponding output file name;
;;;
;;; 2. Gexps embed information about the derivations they refer to.
;;;
;;; Gexps make it easy to write to files Scheme code that refers to store
;;; items, or to write Scheme code to build derivations.
;;;
;;; Code:
;; "G expressions".
(define-record-type <gexp>
(make-gexp references proc)
gexp?
(references gexp-references) ; ((DRV-OR-PKG OUTPUT) ...)
(proc gexp-proc)) ; procedure
;; Reference to one of the derivation's outputs, for gexps used in
;; derivations.
(define-record-type <output-ref>
(output-ref name)
output-ref?
(name output-ref-name))
(define raw-derivation
(store-lift derivation))
(define (lower-inputs* inputs)
"Turn any package from INPUTS into a derivation; return the corresponding
input list as a monadic value."
;; XXX: This is like 'lower-inputs' but without the "name" part in tuples.
(with-monad %store-monad
(sequence %store-monad
(map (match-lambda
(((? package? package) sub-drv ...)
(mlet %store-monad ((drv (package->derivation package)))
(return `(,drv ,@sub-drv))))
(input
(return input)))
inputs))))
(define* (gexp->derivation name exp
#:key
(system (%current-system))
hash hash-algo recursive?
(env-vars '())
(modules '())
(guile-for-build (%guile-for-build))
references-graphs
local-build?)
"Return a derivation NAME that runs EXP (a gexp) with GUILE-FOR-BUILD (a
derivation) on SYSTEM.
Make MODULES available in the evaluation context of EXP; MODULES is a list of
names of Guile modules from the current search path to be copied in the store,
compiled, and made available in the load path during the execution of
EXP---e.g., '((guix build utils) (guix build gnu-build-system)).
The other arguments are as for 'derivation'."
(define %modules modules)
(define outputs (gexp-outputs exp))
(mlet* %store-monad ((inputs (lower-inputs* (gexp-inputs exp)))
(sexp (gexp->sexp exp #:outputs outputs))
(builder (text-file (string-append name "-builder")
(object->string sexp)))
(modules (if (pair? %modules)
(imported-modules %modules
#:system system
#:guile guile-for-build)
(return #f)))
(compiled (if (pair? %modules)
(compiled-modules %modules
#:system system
#:guile guile-for-build)
(return #f)))
(guile (if guile-for-build
(return guile-for-build)
(package->derivation
(@ (gnu packages base) guile-final)
system))))
(raw-derivation name
(string-append (derivation->output-path guile)
"/bin/guile")
`("--no-auto-compile"
,@(if (pair? %modules)
`("-L" ,(derivation->output-path modules)
"-C" ,(derivation->output-path compiled))
'())
,builder)
#:outputs outputs
#:env-vars env-vars
#:system system
#:inputs `((,guile)
(,builder)
,@(if modules
`((,modules) (,compiled) ,@inputs)
inputs))
#:hash hash #:hash-algo hash-algo #:recursive? recursive?
#:references-graphs references-graphs
#:local-build? local-build?)))
(define (gexp-inputs exp)
"Return the input list for EXP."
(define (add-reference-inputs ref result)
(match ref
(((? derivation?) (? string?))
(cons ref result))
(((? package?) (? string?))
(cons ref result))
((? gexp? exp)
(append (gexp-inputs exp) result))
(((? string? file))
(if (direct-store-path? file)
(cons ref result)
result))
((refs ...)
(fold-right add-reference-inputs result refs))
(_
;; Ignore references to other kinds of objects.
result)))
(fold-right add-reference-inputs
'()
(gexp-references exp)))
(define (gexp-outputs exp)
"Return the outputs referred to by EXP as a list of strings."
(define (add-reference-output ref result)
(match ref
(($ <output-ref> name)
(cons name result))
((? gexp? exp)
(append (gexp-outputs exp) result))
(_
result)))
(fold-right add-reference-output
'()
(gexp-references exp)))
(define* (gexp->sexp exp #:key (outputs '()))
"Return (monadically) the sexp corresponding to EXP for the given OUTPUT,
and in the current monad setting (system type, etc.)"
(define (reference->sexp ref)
(with-monad %store-monad
(match ref
(((? derivation? drv) (? string? output))
(return (derivation->output-path drv output)))
(((? package? p) (? string? output))
(package-file p #:output output))
(($ <output-ref> output)
(match (member output outputs)
(#f
(error "no such output" output))
(_
(return `((@ (guile) getenv) ,output)))))
((? gexp? exp)
(gexp->sexp exp #:outputs outputs))
(((? string? str))
(return (if (direct-store-path? str) str ref)))
((refs ...)
(sequence %store-monad (map reference->sexp refs)))
(x
(return x)))))
(mlet %store-monad
((args (sequence %store-monad
(map reference->sexp (gexp-references exp)))))
(return (apply (gexp-proc exp) args))))
(define (canonicalize-reference ref)
"Return a canonical variant of REF, which adds any missing output part in
package/derivation references."
(match ref
((? package? p)
`(,p "out"))
((? derivation? d)
`(,d "out"))
(((? package?) (? string?))
ref)
(((? derivation?) (? string?))
ref)
((? string? s)
(if (direct-store-path? s) `(,s) s))
((refs ...)
(map canonicalize-reference refs))
(x x)))
(define (syntax-location-string s)
"Return a string representing the source code location of S."
(let ((props (syntax-source s)))
(if props
(let ((file (assoc-ref props 'filename))
(line (and=> (assoc-ref props 'line) 1+))
(column (assoc-ref props 'column)))
(if file
(simple-format #f "~a:~a:~a"
file line column)
(simple-format #f "~a:~a" line column)))
"<unknown location>")))
(define-syntax gexp
(lambda (s)
(define (collect-escapes exp)
;; Return all the 'ungexp' present in EXP.
(let loop ((exp exp)
(result '()))
(syntax-case exp (ungexp ungexp-splicing)
((ungexp _)
(cons exp result))
((ungexp _ _)
(cons exp result))
((ungexp-splicing _ ...)
(cons exp result))
((exp0 exp ...)
(let ((result (loop #'exp0 result)))
(fold loop result #'(exp ...))))
(_
result))))
(define (escape->ref exp)
;; Turn 'ungexp' form EXP into a "reference".
(syntax-case exp (ungexp ungexp-splicing output)
((ungexp output)
#'(output-ref "out"))
((ungexp output name)
#'(output-ref name))
((ungexp thing)
#'thing)
((ungexp drv-or-pkg out)
#'(list drv-or-pkg out))
((ungexp-splicing lst)
#'lst)))
(define (substitute-references exp substs)
;; Return a variant of EXP where all the cars of SUBSTS have been
;; replaced by the corresponding cdr.
(syntax-case exp (ungexp ungexp-splicing)
((ungexp _ ...)
(match (assoc exp substs)
((_ id)
id)
(_
#'(syntax-error "error: no 'ungexp' substitution"
#'ref))))
(((ungexp-splicing _ ...) rest ...)
(syntax-case exp ()
((exp rest ...)
(match (assoc #'exp substs)
((_ id)
(with-syntax ((id id))
#`(append id
#,(substitute-references #'(rest ...) substs))))
(_
#'(syntax-error "error: no 'ungexp-splicing' substitution"
#'ref))))))
((exp0 exp ...)
#`(cons #,(substitute-references #'exp0 substs)
#,(substitute-references #'(exp ...) substs)))
(x #''x)))
(syntax-case s (ungexp output)
((_ exp)
(let* ((escapes (delete-duplicates (collect-escapes #'exp)))
(formals (generate-temporaries escapes))
(sexp (substitute-references #'exp (zip escapes formals)))
(refs (map escape->ref escapes)))
#`(make-gexp (map canonicalize-reference (list #,@refs))
(lambda #,formals
#,sexp)))))))
;;;
;;; Convenience procedures.
;;;
(define* (gexp->script name exp
#:key (modules '())
(guile (@ (gnu packages base) guile-final)))
"Return an executable script NAME that runs EXP using GUILE with MODULES in
its search path."
(mlet %store-monad ((modules (imported-modules modules))
(compiled (compiled-modules modules)))
(gexp->derivation name
(gexp
(call-with-output-file (ungexp output)
(lambda (port)
(format port
"#!~a/bin/guile --no-auto-compile~%!#~%"
(ungexp guile))
(write
'(set! %load-path
(cons (ungexp modules) %load-path))
port)
(write
'(set! %load-compiled-path
(cons (ungexp compiled)
%load-compiled-path))
port)
(write '(ungexp exp) port)
(chmod port #o555)))))))
(define (gexp->file name exp)
"Return a derivation that builds a file NAME containing EXP."
(gexp->derivation name
(gexp
(call-with-output-file (ungexp output)
(lambda (port)
(write '(ungexp exp) port))))))
;;;
;;; Syntactic sugar.
;;;
(eval-when (expand load eval)
(define (read-ungexp chr port)
"Read an 'ungexp' or 'ungexp-splicing' form from PORT."
(define unquote-symbol
(match (peek-char port)
(#\@
(read-char port)
'ungexp-splicing)
(_
'ungexp)))
(match (read port)
((? symbol? symbol)
(let ((str (symbol->string symbol)))
(match (string-index-right str #\:)
(#f
`(,unquote-symbol ,symbol))
(colon
(let ((name (string->symbol (substring str 0 colon)))
(output (substring str (+ colon 1))))
`(,unquote-symbol ,name ,output))))))
(x
`(,unquote-symbol ,x))))
(define (read-gexp chr port)
"Read a 'gexp' form from PORT."
`(gexp ,(read port)))
;; Extend the reader
(read-hash-extend #\~ read-gexp)
(read-hash-extend #\$ read-ungexp))
;;; gexp.scm ends here

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;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
;;; Copyright © 2014 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>
;;;
;;; This file is part of GNU Guix.
;;;
;;; GNU Guix is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
;;; under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at
;;; your option) any later version.
;;;
;;; GNU Guix is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
;;; WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;;
;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;; along with GNU Guix. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
(define-module (test-gexp)
#:use-module (guix store)
#:use-module (guix monads)
#:use-module (guix gexp)
#:use-module (guix derivations)
#:use-module ((guix packages)
#:select (package-derivation %current-system))
#:use-module (gnu packages)
#:use-module (gnu packages base)
#:use-module (gnu packages bootstrap)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-1)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-64)
#:use-module (rnrs io ports)
#:use-module (ice-9 match)
#:use-module (ice-9 popen))
;; Test the (guix gexp) module.
(define %store
(open-connection))
;; For white-box testing.
(define gexp-inputs (@@ (guix gexp) gexp-inputs))
(define gexp->sexp (@@ (guix gexp) gexp->sexp))
(define guile-for-build
(package-derivation %store %bootstrap-guile))
;; Make it the default.
(%guile-for-build guile-for-build)
(define (gexp->sexp* exp)
(run-with-store %store (gexp->sexp exp)
#:guile-for-build guile-for-build))
(define-syntax-rule (test-assertm name exp)
(test-assert name
(run-with-store %store exp
#:guile-for-build guile-for-build)))
(test-begin "gexp")
(test-equal "no refs"
'(display "hello!")
(let ((exp (gexp (display "hello!"))))
(and (gexp? exp)
(null? (gexp-inputs exp))
(gexp->sexp* exp))))
(test-equal "unquote"
'(display `(foo ,(+ 2 3)))
(let ((exp (gexp (display `(foo ,(+ 2 3))))))
(and (gexp? exp)
(null? (gexp-inputs exp))
(gexp->sexp* exp))))
(test-assert "one input package"
(let ((exp (gexp (display (ungexp coreutils)))))
(and (gexp? exp)
(match (gexp-inputs exp)
(((p "out"))
(eq? p coreutils)))
(equal? `(display ,(derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store coreutils)))
(gexp->sexp* exp)))))
(test-assert "same input twice"
(let ((exp (gexp (begin
(display (ungexp coreutils))
(display (ungexp coreutils))))))
(and (gexp? exp)
(match (gexp-inputs exp)
(((p "out"))
(eq? p coreutils)))
(let ((e `(display ,(derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store coreutils)))))
(equal? `(begin ,e ,e) (gexp->sexp* exp))))))
(test-assert "two input packages, one derivation, one file"
(let* ((drv (build-expression->derivation
%store "foo" 'bar
#:guile-for-build (package-derivation %store %bootstrap-guile)))
(txt (add-text-to-store %store "foo" "Hello, world!"))
(exp (gexp (begin
(display (ungexp coreutils))
(display (ungexp %bootstrap-guile))
(display (ungexp drv))
(display (ungexp txt))))))
(define (match-input thing)
(match-lambda
((drv-or-pkg _ ...)
(eq? thing drv-or-pkg))))
(and (gexp? exp)
(= 4 (length (gexp-inputs exp)))
(every (lambda (input)
(find (match-input input) (gexp-inputs exp)))
(list drv coreutils %bootstrap-guile txt))
(let ((e0 `(display ,(derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store coreutils))))
(e1 `(display ,(derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store %bootstrap-guile))))
(e2 `(display ,(derivation->output-path drv)))
(e3 `(display ,txt)))
(equal? `(begin ,e0 ,e1 ,e2 ,e3) (gexp->sexp* exp))))))
(test-assert "input list"
(let ((exp (gexp (display
'(ungexp (list %bootstrap-guile coreutils)))))
(guile (derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store %bootstrap-guile)))
(cu (derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store coreutils))))
(and (lset= equal?
`((,%bootstrap-guile "out") (,coreutils "out"))
(gexp-inputs exp))
(equal? `(display '(,guile ,cu))
(gexp->sexp* exp)))))
(test-assert "input list splicing"
(let* ((inputs (list (list glibc "debug") %bootstrap-guile))
(outputs (list (derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store glibc)
"debug")
(derivation->output-path
(package-derivation %store %bootstrap-guile))))
(exp (gexp (list (ungexp-splicing (cons (+ 2 3) inputs))))))
(and (lset= equal?
`((,glibc "debug") (,%bootstrap-guile "out"))
(gexp-inputs exp))
(equal? (gexp->sexp* exp)
`(list ,@(cons 5 outputs))))))
(test-assertm "gexp->file"
(mlet* %store-monad ((exp -> (gexp (display (ungexp %bootstrap-guile))))
(guile (package-file %bootstrap-guile))
(sexp (gexp->sexp exp))
(drv (gexp->file "foo" exp))
(out -> (derivation->output-path drv))
(done (built-derivations (list drv)))
(refs ((store-lift references) out)))
(return (and (equal? sexp (call-with-input-file out read))
(equal? (list guile) refs)))))
(test-assertm "gexp->derivation"
(mlet* %store-monad ((file (text-file "foo" "Hello, world!"))
(exp -> (gexp
(begin
(mkdir (ungexp output))
(chdir (ungexp output))
(symlink
(string-append (ungexp %bootstrap-guile)
"/bin/guile")
"foo")
(symlink (ungexp file)
(ungexp output "2nd")))))
(drv (gexp->derivation "foo" exp))
(out -> (derivation->output-path drv))
(out2 -> (derivation->output-path drv "2nd"))
(done (built-derivations (list drv)))
(refs ((store-lift references) out))
(refs2 ((store-lift references) out2))
(guile (package-file %bootstrap-guile "bin/guile")))
(return (and (string=? (readlink (string-append out "/foo")) guile)
(string=? (readlink out2) file)
(equal? refs (list (dirname (dirname guile))))
(equal? refs2 (list file))))))
(test-assertm "gexp->derivation, composed gexps"
(mlet* %store-monad ((exp0 -> (gexp (begin
(mkdir (ungexp output))
(chdir (ungexp output)))))
(exp1 -> (gexp (symlink
(string-append (ungexp %bootstrap-guile)
"/bin/guile")
"foo")))
(exp -> (gexp (begin (ungexp exp0) (ungexp exp1))))
(drv (gexp->derivation "foo" exp))
(out -> (derivation->output-path drv))
(done (built-derivations (list drv)))
(guile (package-file %bootstrap-guile "bin/guile")))
(return (string=? (readlink (string-append out "/foo"))
guile))))
(test-assertm "gexp->script"
(mlet* %store-monad ((n -> (random (expt 2 50)))
(exp -> (gexp
(system*
(string-append (ungexp %bootstrap-guile)
"/bin/guile")
"-c" (object->string
'(display (expt (ungexp n) 2))))))
(drv (gexp->script "guile-thing" exp
#:guile %bootstrap-guile))
(out -> (derivation->output-path drv))
(done (built-derivations (list drv))))
(let* ((pipe (open-input-pipe out))
(str (get-string-all pipe)))
(return (and (zero? (close-pipe pipe))
(= (expt n 2) (string->number str)))))))
(test-equal "sugar"
'(gexp (foo (ungexp bar) (ungexp baz "out")
(ungexp (chbouib 42))
(ungexp-splicing (list x y z))))
'#~(foo #$bar #$baz:out #$(chbouib 42) #$@(list x y z)))
(test-end "gexp")
(exit (= (test-runner-fail-count (test-runner-current)) 0))
;; Local Variables:
;; eval: (put 'test-assertm 'scheme-indent-function 1)
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