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{-# LANGUAGE BangPatterns, FlexibleInstances, GADTs, OverloadedStrings,
Rank2Types, RecordWildCards, TypeFamilies, TypeSynonymInstances #-}
{-# OPTIONS_GHC -fno-warn-orphans #-}
-- |
-- Module : Data.Attoparsec.Text.Internal
-- Copyright : Bryan O'Sullivan 2007-2015
-- License : BSD3
--
-- Maintainer : bos@serpentine.com
-- Stability : experimental
-- Portability : unknown
--
-- Simple, efficient parser combinators for 'Text' strings, loosely
-- based on the Parsec library.
module Data.Attoparsec.Text.Internal
(
-- * Parser types
Parser
, Result
-- * Running parsers
, parse
, parseOnly
-- * Combinators
, module Data.Attoparsec.Combinator
-- * Parsing individual characters
, satisfy
, satisfyWith
, anyChar
, skip
, char
, notChar
-- ** Lookahead
, peekChar
, peekChar'
-- ** Character classes
, inClass
, notInClass
-- * Efficient string handling
, skipWhile
, string
, stringCI
, asciiCI
, take
, scan
, runScanner
, takeWhile
, takeWhile1
, takeTill
-- ** Consume all remaining input
, takeText
, takeLazyText
-- * Utilities
, endOfLine
, endOfInput
, match
, atEnd
) where
import Control.Applicative ((<|>), (<$>), pure, (*>))
import Control.Monad (when)
import Data.Attoparsec.Combinator ((<?>))
import Data.Attoparsec.Internal
import Data.Attoparsec.Internal.Types hiding (Parser, Failure, Success)
import qualified Data.Attoparsec.Text.Buffer as Buf
import Data.Attoparsec.Text.Buffer (Buffer, buffer)
import Data.Char (isAsciiUpper, isAsciiLower, toUpper, toLower)
import Data.List (intercalate)
import Data.String (IsString(..))
import Data.Text.Internal (Text(..))
import Prelude hiding (getChar, succ, take, takeWhile)
import qualified Data.Attoparsec.Internal.Types as T
import qualified Data.Attoparsec.Text.FastSet as Set
import qualified Data.Text as T
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy as L
import qualified Data.Text.Unsafe as T
type Parser = T.Parser Text
type Result = IResult Text
type Failure r = T.Failure Text Buffer r
type Success a r = T.Success Text Buffer a r
instance (a ~ Text) => IsString (Parser a) where
fromString = string . T.pack
-- | The parser @satisfy p@ succeeds for any character for which the
-- predicate @p@ returns 'True'. Returns the character that is
-- actually parsed.
--
-- >digit = satisfy isDigit
-- > where isDigit c = c >= '0' && c <= '9'
satisfy :: (Char -> Bool) -> Parser Char
satisfy p = do
(k,c) <- ensure 1
let !h = T.unsafeHead c
if p h
then advance k >> return h
else fail "satisfy"
{-# INLINE satisfy #-}
-- | The parser @skip p@ succeeds for any character for which the
-- predicate @p@ returns 'True'.
--
-- >skipDigit = skip isDigit
-- > where isDigit c = c >= '0' && c <= '9'
skip :: (Char -> Bool) -> Parser ()
skip p = do
(k,s) <- ensure 1
if p (T.unsafeHead s)
then advance k
else fail "skip"
-- | The parser @satisfyWith f p@ transforms a character, and succeeds
-- if the predicate @p@ returns 'True' on the transformed value. The
-- parser returns the transformed character that was parsed.
satisfyWith :: (Char -> a) -> (a -> Bool) -> Parser a
satisfyWith f p = do
(k,s) <- ensure 1
let c = f $! T.unsafeHead s
if p c
then advance k >> return c
else fail "satisfyWith"
{-# INLINE satisfyWith #-}
-- | Consume @n@ characters of input, but succeed only if the
-- predicate returns 'True'.
takeWith :: Int -> (Text -> Bool) -> Parser Text
takeWith n p = do
(k,s) <- ensure n
if p s
then advance k >> return s
else fail "takeWith"
-- | Consume exactly @n@ characters of input.
take :: Int -> Parser Text
take n = takeWith (max n 0) (const True)
{-# INLINE take #-}
-- | @string s@ parses a sequence of characters that identically match
-- @s@. Returns the parsed string (i.e. @s@). This parser consumes no
-- input if it fails (even if a partial match).
--
-- /Note/: The behaviour of this parser is different to that of the
-- similarly-named parser in Parsec, as this one is all-or-nothing.
-- To illustrate the difference, the following parser will fail under
-- Parsec given an input of @\"for\"@:
--
-- >string "foo" <|> string "for"
--
-- The reason for its failure is that the first branch is a
-- partial match, and will consume the letters @\'f\'@ and @\'o\'@
-- before failing. In attoparsec, the above parser will /succeed/ on
-- that input, because the failed first branch will consume nothing.
string :: Text -> Parser Text
string s = string_ (stringSuspended id) id s
{-# INLINE string #-}
string_ :: (forall r. Text -> Text -> Buffer -> Pos -> More
-> Failure r -> Success Text r -> Result r)
-> (Text -> Text)
-> Text -> Parser Text
string_ suspended f s0 = T.Parser $ \t pos more lose succ ->
let s = f s0
ft = f (Buf.unbufferAt (fromPos pos) t)
in case T.commonPrefixes s ft of
Nothing
| T.null s -> succ t pos more T.empty
| T.null ft -> suspended s s t pos more lose succ
| otherwise -> lose t pos more [] "string"
Just (pfx,ssfx,tsfx)
| T.null ssfx -> let l = Pos (T.lengthWord16 pfx)
in succ t (pos + l) more (substring pos l t)
| not (T.null tsfx) -> lose t pos more [] "string"
| otherwise -> suspended s ssfx t pos more lose succ
{-# INLINE string_ #-}
stringSuspended :: (Text -> Text)
-> Text -> Text -> Buffer -> Pos -> More
-> Failure r
-> Success Text r
-> Result r
stringSuspended f s000 s0 t0 pos0 more0 lose0 succ0 =
runParser (demandInput_ >>= go) t0 pos0 more0 lose0 succ0
where
go s' = T.Parser $ \t pos more lose succ ->
let s = f s'
in case T.commonPrefixes s0 s of
Nothing -> lose t pos more [] "string"
Just (_pfx,ssfx,tsfx)
| T.null ssfx -> let l = Pos (T.lengthWord16 s000)
in succ t (pos + l) more (substring pos l t)
| T.null tsfx -> stringSuspended f s000 ssfx t pos more lose succ
| otherwise -> lose t pos more [] "string"
-- | Satisfy a literal string, ignoring case.
--
-- Note: this function is currently quite inefficient. Unicode case
-- folding can change the length of a string (\"&#223;\" becomes
-- "ss"), which makes a simple, efficient implementation tricky. We
-- have (for now) chosen simplicity over efficiency.
stringCI :: Text -> Parser Text
stringCI s = go 0
where
go !n
| n > T.length fs = fail "stringCI"
| otherwise = do
(k,t) <- ensure n
if T.toCaseFold t == fs
then advance k >> return t
else go (n+1)
fs = T.toCaseFold s
{-# INLINE stringCI #-}
{-# DEPRECATED stringCI "this is very inefficient, use asciiCI instead" #-}
-- | Satisfy a literal string, ignoring case for characters in the ASCII range.
asciiCI :: Text -> Parser Text
asciiCI s = fmap fst $ match $ T.foldr ((*>) . asciiCharCI) (pure ()) s
{-# INLINE asciiCI #-}
asciiCharCI :: Char -> Parser Char
asciiCharCI c
| isAsciiUpper c = char c <|> char (toLower c)
| isAsciiLower c = char c <|> char (toUpper c)
| otherwise = char c
{-# INLINE asciiCharCI #-}
-- | Skip past input for as long as the predicate returns 'True'.
skipWhile :: (Char -> Bool) -> Parser ()
skipWhile p = go
where
go = do
t <- T.takeWhile p <$> get
continue <- inputSpansChunks (size t)
when continue go
{-# INLINE skipWhile #-}
-- | Consume input as long as the predicate returns 'False'
-- (i.e. until it returns 'True'), and return the consumed input.
--
-- This parser does not fail. It will return an empty string if the
-- predicate returns 'True' on the first character of input.
--
-- /Note/: Because this parser does not fail, do not use it with
-- combinators such as 'Control.Applicative.many', because such
-- parsers loop until a failure occurs. Careless use will thus result
-- in an infinite loop.
takeTill :: (Char -> Bool) -> Parser Text
takeTill p = takeWhile (not . p)
{-# INLINE takeTill #-}
-- | Consume input as long as the predicate returns 'True', and return
-- the consumed input.
--
-- This parser does not fail. It will return an empty string if the
-- predicate returns 'False' on the first character of input.
--
-- /Note/: Because this parser does not fail, do not use it with
-- combinators such as 'Control.Applicative.many', because such
-- parsers loop until a failure occurs. Careless use will thus result
-- in an infinite loop.
takeWhile :: (Char -> Bool) -> Parser Text
takeWhile p = do
h <- T.takeWhile p <$> get
continue <- inputSpansChunks (size h)
-- only use slow concat path if necessary
if continue
then takeWhileAcc p [h]
else return h
{-# INLINE takeWhile #-}
takeWhileAcc :: (Char -> Bool) -> [Text] -> Parser Text
takeWhileAcc p = go
where
go acc = do
h <- T.takeWhile p <$> get
continue <- inputSpansChunks (size h)
if continue
then go (h:acc)
else return $ concatReverse (h:acc)
{-# INLINE takeWhileAcc #-}
takeRest :: Parser [Text]
takeRest = go []
where
go acc = do
input <- wantInput
if input
then do
s <- get
advance (size s)
go (s:acc)
else return (reverse acc)
-- | Consume all remaining input and return it as a single string.
takeText :: Parser Text
takeText = T.concat `fmap` takeRest
-- | Consume all remaining input and return it as a single string.
takeLazyText :: Parser L.Text
takeLazyText = L.fromChunks `fmap` takeRest
data Scan s = Continue s
| Finished s {-# UNPACK #-} !Int Text
scan_ :: (s -> [Text] -> Parser r) -> s -> (s -> Char -> Maybe s) -> Parser r
scan_ f s0 p = go [] s0
where
scanner s !n t =
case T.uncons t of
Just (c,t') -> case p s c of
Just s' -> scanner s' (n+1) t'
Nothing -> Finished s n t
Nothing -> Continue s
go acc s = do
input <- get
case scanner s 0 input of
Continue s' -> do continue <- inputSpansChunks (size input)
if continue
then go (input : acc) s'
else f s' (input : acc)
Finished s' n t -> do advance (size input - size t)
f s' (T.take n input : acc)
{-# INLINE scan_ #-}
-- | A stateful scanner. The predicate consumes and transforms a
-- state argument, and each transformed state is passed to successive
-- invocations of the predicate on each character of the input until one
-- returns 'Nothing' or the input ends.
--
-- This parser does not fail. It will return an empty string if the
-- predicate returns 'Nothing' on the first character of input.
--
-- /Note/: Because this parser does not fail, do not use it with
-- combinators such as 'Control.Applicative.many', because such
-- parsers loop until a failure occurs. Careless use will thus result
-- in an infinite loop.
scan :: s -> (s -> Char -> Maybe s) -> Parser Text
scan = scan_ $ \_ chunks -> return $! concatReverse chunks
{-# INLINE scan #-}
-- | Like 'scan', but generalized to return the final state of the
-- scanner.
runScanner :: s -> (s -> Char -> Maybe s) -> Parser (Text, s)
runScanner = scan_ $ \s xs -> let !sx = concatReverse xs in return (sx, s)
{-# INLINE runScanner #-}
-- | Consume input as long as the predicate returns 'True', and return
-- the consumed input.
--
-- This parser requires the predicate to succeed on at least one
-- character of input: it will fail if the predicate never returns
-- 'True' or if there is no input left.
takeWhile1 :: (Char -> Bool) -> Parser Text
takeWhile1 p = do
(`when` demandInput) =<< endOfChunk
h <- T.takeWhile p <$> get
let size' = size h
when (size' == 0) $ fail "takeWhile1"
advance size'
eoc <- endOfChunk
if eoc
then takeWhileAcc p [h]
else return h
{-# INLINE takeWhile1 #-}
-- | Match any character in a set.
--
-- >vowel = inClass "aeiou"
--
-- Range notation is supported.
--
-- >halfAlphabet = inClass "a-nA-N"
--
-- To add a literal @\'-\'@ to a set, place it at the beginning or end
-- of the string.
inClass :: String -> Char -> Bool
inClass s = (`Set.member` mySet)
where mySet = Set.charClass s
{-# NOINLINE mySet #-}
{-# INLINE inClass #-}
-- | Match any character not in a set.
notInClass :: String -> Char -> Bool
notInClass s = not . inClass s
{-# INLINE notInClass #-}
-- | Match any character.
anyChar :: Parser Char
anyChar = satisfy $ const True
{-# INLINE anyChar #-}
-- | Match a specific character.
char :: Char -> Parser Char
char c = satisfy (== c) <?> show c
{-# INLINE char #-}
-- | Match any character except the given one.
notChar :: Char -> Parser Char
notChar c = satisfy (/= c) <?> "not " ++ show c
{-# INLINE notChar #-}
-- | Match any character, to perform lookahead. Returns 'Nothing' if
-- end of input has been reached. Does not consume any input.
--
-- /Note/: Because this parser does not fail, do not use it with
-- combinators such as 'Control.Applicative.many', because such
-- parsers loop until a failure occurs. Careless use will thus result
-- in an infinite loop.
peekChar :: Parser (Maybe Char)
peekChar = T.Parser $ \t pos more _lose succ ->
case () of
_| pos < lengthOf t ->
let T.Iter !c _ = Buf.iter t (fromPos pos)
in succ t pos more (Just c)
| more == Complete ->
succ t pos more Nothing
| otherwise ->
let succ' t' pos' more' =
let T.Iter !c _ = Buf.iter t' (fromPos pos')
in succ t' pos' more' (Just c)
lose' t' pos' more' = succ t' pos' more' Nothing
in prompt t pos more lose' succ'
{-# INLINE peekChar #-}
-- | Match any character, to perform lookahead. Does not consume any
-- input, but will fail if end of input has been reached.
peekChar' :: Parser Char
peekChar' = do
(_,s) <- ensure 1
return $! T.unsafeHead s
{-# INLINE peekChar' #-}
-- | Match either a single newline character @\'\\n\'@, or a carriage
-- return followed by a newline character @\"\\r\\n\"@.
endOfLine :: Parser ()
endOfLine = (char '\n' >> return ()) <|> (string "\r\n" >> return ())
-- | Terminal failure continuation.
failK :: Failure a
failK t (Pos pos) _more stack msg = Fail (Buf.dropWord16 pos t) stack msg
{-# INLINE failK #-}
-- | Terminal success continuation.
successK :: Success a a
successK t (Pos pos) _more a = Done (Buf.dropWord16 pos t) a
{-# INLINE successK #-}
-- | Run a parser.
parse :: Parser a -> Text -> Result a
parse m s = runParser m (buffer s) 0 Incomplete failK successK
{-# INLINE parse #-}
-- | Run a parser that cannot be resupplied via a 'Partial' result.
--
-- This function does not force a parser to consume all of its input.
-- Instead, any residual input will be discarded. To force a parser
-- to consume all of its input, use something like this:
--
-- @
--'parseOnly' (myParser 'Control.Applicative.<*' 'endOfInput')
-- @
parseOnly :: Parser a -> Text -> Either String a
parseOnly m s = case runParser m (buffer s) 0 Complete failK successK of
Fail _ [] err -> Left err
Fail _ ctxs err -> Left (intercalate " > " ctxs ++ ": " ++ err)
Done _ a -> Right a
_ -> error "parseOnly: impossible error!"
{-# INLINE parseOnly #-}
get :: Parser Text
get = T.Parser $ \t pos more _lose succ ->
succ t pos more (Buf.dropWord16 (fromPos pos) t)
{-# INLINE get #-}
endOfChunk :: Parser Bool
endOfChunk = T.Parser $ \t pos more _lose succ ->
succ t pos more (pos == lengthOf t)
{-# INLINE endOfChunk #-}
inputSpansChunks :: Pos -> Parser Bool
inputSpansChunks i = T.Parser $ \t pos_ more _lose succ ->
let pos = pos_ + i
in if pos < lengthOf t || more == Complete
then succ t pos more False
else let lose' t' pos' more' = succ t' pos' more' False
succ' t' pos' more' = succ t' pos' more' True
in prompt t pos more lose' succ'
{-# INLINE inputSpansChunks #-}
advance :: Pos -> Parser ()
advance n = T.Parser $ \t pos more _lose succ -> succ t (pos+n) more ()
{-# INLINE advance #-}
ensureSuspended :: Int -> Buffer -> Pos -> More
-> Failure r -> Success (Pos, Text) r
-> Result r
ensureSuspended n t pos more lose succ =
runParser (demandInput >> go) t pos more lose succ
where go = T.Parser $ \t' pos' more' lose' succ' ->
case lengthAtLeast pos' n t' of
Just n' -> succ' t' pos' more' (n', substring pos n' t')
Nothing -> runParser (demandInput >> go) t' pos' more' lose' succ'
-- | If at least @n@ elements of input are available, return the
-- current input, otherwise fail.
ensure :: Int -> Parser (Pos, Text)
ensure n = T.Parser $ \t pos more lose succ ->
case lengthAtLeast pos n t of
Just n' -> succ t pos more (n', substring pos n' t)
-- The uncommon case is kept out-of-line to reduce code size:
Nothing -> ensureSuspended n t pos more lose succ
{-# INLINE ensure #-}
-- | Return both the result of a parse and the portion of the input
-- that was consumed while it was being parsed.
match :: Parser a -> Parser (Text, a)
match p = T.Parser $ \t pos more lose succ ->
let succ' t' pos' more' a = succ t' pos' more'
(substring pos (pos'-pos) t', a)
in runParser p t pos more lose succ'
-- | Ensure that at least @n@ code points of input are available.
-- Returns the number of words consumed while traversing.
lengthAtLeast :: Pos -> Int -> Buffer -> Maybe Pos
lengthAtLeast pos n t = go 0 (fromPos pos)
where go i !p
| i == n = Just (Pos p - pos)
| p == len = Nothing
| otherwise = go (i+1) (p + Buf.iter_ t p)
Pos len = lengthOf t
{-# INLINE lengthAtLeast #-}
substring :: Pos -> Pos -> Buffer -> Text
substring (Pos pos) (Pos n) = Buf.substring pos n
{-# INLINE substring #-}
lengthOf :: Buffer -> Pos
lengthOf = Pos . Buf.length
size :: Text -> Pos
size (Text _ _ l) = Pos l