Push print file declarations into print declarations
This CIF to CIF transformation pushes print file declarations inwards into the print declarations.
This transformation supports a subset of CIF specifications. The following restrictions apply:
Component definitions and component instantiations are not supported.
No preprocessing is currently performed by this CIF to CIF transformation. To increase the subset of specifications that can be transformed, apply the following CIF to CIF transformations (in the given order):
All print file declarations specified in the top level scope of the specification, in groups, and in automata, are removed. The print declarations to which they applied, each get a local print file declaration instead. If they already had a local print file declaration, the print declaration is not changed. Print declarations to which no print file declaration applies, get the default target
For instance, this specification:
printfile "out1.txt"; print 5; print 6 file "out2.txt"; group g: printfile "out3.txt"; print 7; print 8; print 9 file "out4.txt"; group h: printfile "out5.txt"; end group i: print 10; end end
is transformed to the following specification:
print 5 file "out1.txt"; print 6 file "out2.txt"; group g: print 7 file "out3.txt"; print 8 file "out3.txt"; print 9 file "out4.txt"; group h: end group i: print 10 file "out3.txt"; end end
The print declaration that prints
5 is declared in the top level scope of the specification, and does not have a local print file declaration. As such, the print file declaration from the top level scope (
out1.txt) is pushed inwards into the print declaration. The print declaration that prints
6 is declared in the same scope, but already has a local print file declaration (
out2.txt), and is thus not changed.
g also has an print file declaration (
out3.txt). This is pushed inwards to the print declarations that print
8, as they are declared in the same scope, and don’t have local print file declarations. The print declaration that prints
9 is not changed, as it already has a local print file declaration (
The print file declaration (
out5.txt) from group
g.h does not apply to any print declarations, and thus gets lost.
g.i does not have an print file declaration, so the print declaration that prints
10, which is declared in that group, gets the print file declaration from group
g (the parent scope of group
As print file declarations may apply to multiple print declarations, this transformation may increase the number of (local) print file declarations in the specification. The number of print file declarations after the transformation is at most the number of print declarations, and as such the increase is at most linear in the number of print declarations as well.