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record-variants defines optimized variants on existing records defined with define-record, and on SRFI 9 records defined with define-record-type. You may also create new record types if desired.
define-record-variant[syntax] (define-record-variant name-spec variant-spec slot1 slot2 ...)
name-spec := (variant-name original-name) | variant-name variant-spec := (variant-type ...) variant-type := unsafe | unchecked | inline
Defines alternate accessor procedures to the existing record original-name according to variant-spec. The accessors will be defined using variant-name, as if (define-record variant-name slot1 slot2 ...) had been invoked, but they will operate on records of type original-name.
Variant type may be one of:
- inline, so procedure definitions use define-inline;
- unchecked, so accessors do not check the record type;
- unsafe, so accessors use ##sys#slot and ##sys#setslot instead of the safe block-ref! and block-set!
and any combination of variant-type is allowed in variant-spec.
A constructor, make-VARIANT-NAME, is defined to create a record of the original type. If you are defining a variant on an existing record, this is here essentially for completeness, as unsafe and unchecked don't have any effect on the constructor -- though inline will inline it.
Additionally, one new procedure over define-record is created:
(check-VARIANT-NAME x): Checks that x is of the corresponding record type and returns x if so; otherwise throws an error. When compiled in unsafe mode no check is performed, regardless of variant-type.
unsafe and unchecked accessors are dangerous and should only be used internally in a module. Only use these when you are absolutely sure the object is of the correct type; it is highly recommended to use (check-VARIANT-NAME x) or call an original accessor before using these, after which the correct type is guaranteed. (Assuming no side effects anywhere else!)
Note that (define-record-variant foo () x y) is equivalent to (define-record foo x y) except that a check-foo procedure will be generated.
define-record-type-variant[syntax] (define-record-type-variant name-spec variant-spec pred-spec constructor field-spec)
name-spec := (variant-name original-name) | variant-name variant-spec := (variant-type ...) variant-type := unsafe | unchecked | inline pred-spec := (predicate checker) | (predicate) | predicate constructor, field-spec: as in SRFI 9
Defines alternate accessor procedures to the existing SRFI 9 record-type original-name according to variant-spec.
name-spec acts as it does in define-record-variant, including constructor generation behavior.
pred-spec may be a predicate identifier or a list containing a predicate identifier and optionally a "checker" identifier. The checker identifier is used as the name of the generated check-VARIANT-NAME procedure, which again behaves as in define-record-variant. If the checker identifier is omitted, no check procedure is generated.
See define-record-variant and SRFI 9 for further details.
Create a variant on an existing record node and a new record type %lru-cache. Use e.g. (%lru-cache lru-cache) as name-spec to create a variant on the existing record lru-cache.
(define-record node prev next key value) (define-record-variant (%node node) (unsafe unchecked inline) prev next key value) (define-record-type-variant %lru-cache (unsafe unchecked inline) (%make-lru-cache ht head tail) (%lru-cache? %check-lru-cache) (ht %lru-cache-ht) (head %lru-cache-head %lru-cache-head-set!) (tail %lru-cache-tail %lru-cache-tail-set!)) (define-inline (lookup c k) (hash-table-ref/default (%lru-cache-ht (%check-lru-cache c) k #f)) (define (lru-cache-ref c k) (and-let* ((n (lookup c k))) ; c now guaranteed to be valid (check-%node n) ; n now guaranteed to be valid (if (not (%node-prev n)) ; MRU (%node-value n) (let ((nx (%node-next n)) (pr (%node-prev n))) (when pr (check-%node pr) ; pr now valid (%node-next-set! pr nx) (%node-prev-set! n #f) (when (eq? n (%lru-cache-tail c)) (%lru-cache-tail-set! c pr))) (when nx (check-%node nx) ; nx now valid (%node-prev-set! nx pr)) (let ((head (%lru-cache-head c))) (check-%node head) ; head now valid (%node-prev-set! head n) (%node-next-set! n head) (%lru-cache-head-set! c n) (%node-value n)) ))))
- 0.5 (2009-03-22): Inital release
Inspiration was taken from Kon Lovett's misc-extn-record.
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