om-plugin-imports: Plugin-based import warnings

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Dependencies base (>=4.18.0.0 && <4.19), containers (>=0.6.4.1 && <0.7), ghc (>=9.6.0 && <9.7), safe (>=0.3.19 && <0.4) [details]
License MIT
Copyright 2022 Rick Owens
Author Rick Owens
Maintainer rick@owensmurray.com
Category Compiler Plugin
Home page https://github.com/owensmurray/om-plugin-imports
Uploaded by rickowens at 2024-04-01T22:43:18Z
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Readme for om-plugin-imports-0.2.0.0.9.6

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om-plugin-imports

This plugin behaves similarly to the native GHC options -ddump-minimal-imports. It will dump a file of the form <src-file>.full-imports. E.g. if the Haskell file was src/Foo/Bar.hs, then the dump file will be src/Foo/Bar.hs.full-imports. The file will contain a set of imports which can be copy/pasted over the imports in your module in a way that satisfies -Wmissing-import-lists.

This is almost what -ddump-minimal-imports does, but -ddump-minimal-imports has the following deficiencies:

  • It will not always produce output that satisfies -Wmissing-import-lists. E.g. it will sometimes produce something like:

    import Foo (Bar(..))
    
  • It will explicitly import all the names from modules which are already qualified, E.g:

    import qualified Foo as F (foo, bar, baz)