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``````//! Implements the `AliasRelate` goal, which is used when unifying aliases.
//! Doing this via a separate goal is called "deferred alias relation" and part
//! of our more general approach to "lazy normalization".
//!
//! This is done by first structurally normalizing both sides of the goal, ending
//! up in either a concrete type, rigid alias, or an infer variable.
//! These are related further according to the rules below:
//!
//! (1.) If we end up with two rigid aliases, then we relate them structurally.
//!
//! (2.) If we end up with an infer var and a rigid alias, then we instantiate
//! the infer var with the constructor of the alias and then recursively relate
//! the terms.
//!
//! (3.) Otherwise, if we end with two rigid (non-projection) or infer types,
//! relate them structurally.

use super::EvalCtxt;
use rustc_middle::traits::solve::{Certainty, Goal, QueryResult};
use rustc_middle::ty;

impl<'tcx> EvalCtxt<'_, 'tcx> {
#[instrument(level = "debug", skip(self), ret)]
pub(super) fn compute_alias_relate_goal(
&mut self,
goal: Goal<'tcx, (ty::Term<'tcx>, ty::Term<'tcx>, ty::AliasRelationDirection)>,
) -> QueryResult<'tcx> {
let tcx = self.tcx();
let Goal { param_env, predicate: (lhs, rhs, direction) } = goal;

// Structurally normalize the lhs.
let lhs = if let Some(alias) = lhs.to_alias_ty(self.tcx()) {
let term = self.next_term_infer_of_kind(lhs);
self.add_normalizes_to_goal(goal.with(tcx, ty::NormalizesTo { alias, term }));
term
} else {
lhs
};

// Structurally normalize the rhs.
let rhs = if let Some(alias) = rhs.to_alias_ty(self.tcx()) {
let term = self.next_term_infer_of_kind(rhs);
self.add_normalizes_to_goal(goal.with(tcx, ty::NormalizesTo { alias, term }));
term
} else {
rhs
};

// Apply the constraints.
let lhs = self.resolve_vars_if_possible(lhs);
let rhs = self.resolve_vars_if_possible(rhs);
debug!(?lhs, ?rhs);

let variance = match direction {
ty::AliasRelationDirection::Equate => ty::Variance::Invariant,
ty::AliasRelationDirection::Subtype => ty::Variance::Covariant,
};
match (lhs.to_alias_ty(tcx), rhs.to_alias_ty(tcx)) {
(None, None) => {
self.relate(param_env, lhs, variance, rhs)?;
}

(Some(alias), None) => {
self.relate_rigid_alias_non_alias(param_env, alias, variance, rhs)?;
}
(None, Some(alias)) => {
self.relate_rigid_alias_non_alias(
param_env,
alias,
variance.xform(ty::Variance::Contravariant),
lhs,
)?;