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core.init.meta.module_info

meta constant module_info  :
Type

Information about a currently loaded module (such as data.dlist).

meta def module_info.module_id  :
Type

The absolute path to the .lean file containing the module (e.g. ".../data/dlist.lean").

meta def module_info.module_name  :
Type

The name of the module, as used in an import command (e.g. data.dlist).

Resolves a module_name to module_id, using the global search path.

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Retrieves the module with the given module_id.

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This function is constant-time if the module is already a dependency.

Retrieves the module with the given module_name.

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This function is constant-time if the module is already a dependency.

Returns the module_id of the module.

@[instance]

Imports the dependencies of a module into an environment.

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Already imported dependencies will not be imported twice.

Imports only the module (without the dependencies) into an environment.

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Imports all declarations until decl_name of the module (without the dependencies) into an environment.

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Imports a module including dependencies into an environment.

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Imports a module until decl_name including dependencies into an environment.

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Creates an environment containing the module id including dependencies.

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The environment from_imported_module ".../data/dlist.lean" is roughly equivalent to the environment at the end of a file containing just import data.dlist.

Creates an environment containing the module id until decl_name including dependencies.

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Creates an environment containing the module name including dependencies.

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Creates an environment containing the module name until declaration decl_name including dependencies.

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