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// Scintilla source code edit control
/** @file LexPerl.cxx
** Lexer for Perl.
**/
// Copyright 1998-2008 by Neil Hodgson <neilh@scintilla.org>
// Lexical analysis fixes by Kein-Hong Man <mkh@pl.jaring.my>
// The License.txt file describes the conditions under which this software may be distributed.
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include "Platform.h"
#include "PropSet.h"
#include "Accessor.h"
#include "StyleContext.h"
#include "KeyWords.h"
#include "Scintilla.h"
#include "SciLexer.h"
#include "CharacterSet.h"
#ifdef SCI_NAMESPACE
using namespace Scintilla;
#endif
// Info for HERE document handling from perldata.pod (reformatted):
// ----------------------------------------------------------------
// A line-oriented form of quoting is based on the shell ``here-doc'' syntax.
// Following a << you specify a string to terminate the quoted material, and
// all lines following the current line down to the terminating string are
// the value of the item.
// * The terminating string may be either an identifier (a word), or some
// quoted text.
// * If quoted, the type of quotes you use determines the treatment of the
// text, just as in regular quoting.
// * An unquoted identifier works like double quotes.
// * There must be no space between the << and the identifier.
// (If you put a space it will be treated as a null identifier,
// which is valid, and matches the first empty line.)
// (This is deprecated, -w warns of this syntax)
// * The terminating string must appear by itself (unquoted and
// with no surrounding whitespace) on the terminating line.
#define HERE_DELIM_MAX 256 // maximum length of HERE doc delimiter
#define PERLNUM_BINARY 1 // order is significant: 1-4 cannot have a dot
#define PERLNUM_HEX 2
#define PERLNUM_OCTAL 3
#define PERLNUM_FLOAT_EXP 4 // exponent part only
#define PERLNUM_DECIMAL 5 // 1-5 are numbers; 6-7 are strings
#define PERLNUM_VECTOR 6
#define PERLNUM_V_VECTOR 7
#define PERLNUM_BAD 8
#define BACK_NONE 0 // lookback state for bareword disambiguation:
#define BACK_OPERATOR 1 // whitespace/comments are insignificant
#define BACK_KEYWORD 2 // operators/keywords are needed for disambiguation
static bool isPerlKeyword(unsigned int start, unsigned int end, WordList &keywords, Accessor &styler)
{
// old-style keyword matcher; needed because GetCurrent() needs
// current segment to be committed, but we may abandon early...
char s[100];
unsigned int i, len = end - start;
if (len > 30) { len = 30; }
for (i = 0; i < len; i++, start++) s[i] = styler[start];
s[i] = '\0';
return keywords.InList(s);
}
static int disambiguateBareword(Accessor &styler, unsigned int bk, unsigned int fw,
int backFlag, unsigned int backPos, unsigned int endPos)
{
// identifiers are recognized by Perl as barewords under some
// conditions, the following attempts to do the disambiguation
// by looking backward and forward; result in 2 LSB
int result = 0;
bool moreback = false; // true if passed newline/comments
bool brace = false; // true if opening brace found
// if BACK_NONE, neither operator nor keyword, so skip test
if (backFlag == BACK_NONE)
return result;
// first look backwards past whitespace/comments to set EOL flag
// (some disambiguation patterns must be on a single line)
if (backPos <= static_cast<unsigned int>(styler.LineStart(styler.GetLine(bk))))
moreback = true;
// look backwards at last significant lexed item for disambiguation
bk = backPos - 1;
int ch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk));
if (ch == '{' && !moreback) {
// {bareword: possible variable spec
brace = true;
} else if ((ch == '&' && styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk - 1) != '&')
// &bareword: subroutine call
|| styler.Match(bk - 1, "->")
// ->bareword: part of variable spec
|| styler.Match(bk - 2, "sub")) {
// sub bareword: subroutine declaration
// (implied BACK_KEYWORD, no keywords end in 'sub'!)
result |= 1;
}
// next, scan forward after word past tab/spaces only;
// if ch isn't one of '[{(,' we can skip the test
if ((ch == '{' || ch == '(' || ch == '['|| ch == ',')
&& fw < endPos) {
while (ch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(fw)),
IsASpaceOrTab(ch) && fw < endPos) {
fw++;
}
if ((ch == '}' && brace)
// {bareword}: variable spec
|| styler.Match(fw, "=>")) {
// [{(, bareword=>: hash literal
result |= 2;
}
}
return result;
}
static void skipWhitespaceComment(Accessor &styler, unsigned int &p)
{
// when backtracking, we need to skip whitespace and comments
int style;
while ((p > 0) && (style = styler.StyleAt(p),
style == SCE_PL_DEFAULT || style == SCE_PL_COMMENTLINE))
p--;
}
static int styleBeforeBracePair(Accessor &styler, unsigned int bk)
{
// backtrack to find open '{' corresponding to a '}', balanced
// return significant style to be tested for '/' disambiguation
int braceCount = 1;
if (bk == 0)
return SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
while (--bk > 0) {
if (styler.StyleAt(bk) == SCE_PL_OPERATOR) {
int bkch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk));
if (bkch == ';') { // early out
break;
} else if (bkch == '}') {
braceCount++;
} else if (bkch == '{') {
if (--braceCount == 0) break;
}
}
}
if (bk > 0 && braceCount == 0) {
// balanced { found, bk > 0, skip more whitespace/comments
bk--;
skipWhitespaceComment(styler, bk);
return styler.StyleAt(bk);
}
return SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
}
static int styleCheckIdentifier(Accessor &styler, unsigned int bk)
{
// backtrack to classify sub-styles of identifier under test
// return sub-style to be tested for '/' disambiguation
if (styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk) == '>') // inputsymbol, like <foo>
return 1;
// backtrack to check for possible "->" or "::" before identifier
while (bk > 0 && styler.StyleAt(bk) == SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER) {
bk--;
}
while (bk > 0) {
int bkstyle = styler.StyleAt(bk);
if (bkstyle == SCE_PL_DEFAULT
|| bkstyle == SCE_PL_COMMENTLINE) {
// skip whitespace, comments
} else if (bkstyle == SCE_PL_OPERATOR) {
// test for "->" and "::"
if (styler.Match(bk - 1, "->") || styler.Match(bk - 1, "::"))
return 2;
} else
return 3; // bare identifier
bk--;
}
return 0;
}
static int inputsymbolScan(Accessor &styler, unsigned int pos, unsigned int endPos)
{
// looks forward for matching > on same line; a bit ugly
unsigned int fw = pos;
while (++fw < endPos) {
int fwch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(fw));
if (fwch == '\r' || fwch == '\n') {
return 0;
} else if (fwch == '>') {
if (styler.Match(fw - 2, "<=>")) // '<=>' case
return 0;
return fw - pos;
}
}
return 0;
}
static int podLineScan(Accessor &styler, unsigned int &pos, unsigned int endPos)
{
// forward scan the current line to classify line for POD style
int state = -1;
while (pos <= endPos) {
int ch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(pos));
if (ch == '\n' || ch == '\r' || pos >= endPos) {
if (ch == '\r' && styler.SafeGetCharAt(pos + 1) == '\n') pos++;
break;
}
if (IsASpaceOrTab(ch)) { // whitespace, take note
if (state == -1)
state = SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
} else if (state == SCE_PL_DEFAULT) { // verbatim POD line
state = SCE_PL_POD_VERB;
} else if (state != SCE_PL_POD_VERB) { // regular POD line
state = SCE_PL_POD;
}
pos++;
}
if (state == -1)
state = SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
return state;
}
static bool styleCheckSubPrototype(Accessor &styler, unsigned int bk)
{
// backtrack to identify if we're starting a subroutine prototype
// we also need to ignore whitespace/comments:
// 'sub' [whitespace|comment] <identifier> [whitespace|comment]
styler.Flush();
skipWhitespaceComment(styler, bk);
if (bk == 0 || styler.StyleAt(bk) != SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER) // check identifier
return false;
while (bk > 0 && (styler.StyleAt(bk) == SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER)) {
bk--;
}
skipWhitespaceComment(styler, bk);
if (bk < 2 || styler.StyleAt(bk) != SCE_PL_WORD // check "sub" keyword
|| !styler.Match(bk - 2, "sub")) // assume suffix is unique!
return false;
return true;
}
static bool isMatch(const char *sref, char *s)
{
// match per-line delimiter - must kill trailing CR if CRLF
int i = strlen(s);
if (i != 0 && s[i - 1] == '\r')
s[i - 1] = '\0';
return (strcmp(sref, s) == 0);
}
static int actualNumStyle(int numberStyle) {
if (numberStyle == PERLNUM_VECTOR || numberStyle == PERLNUM_V_VECTOR) {
return SCE_PL_STRING;
} else if (numberStyle == PERLNUM_BAD) {
return SCE_PL_ERROR;
}
return SCE_PL_NUMBER;
}
static int opposite(int ch) {
if (ch == '(') return ')';
if (ch == '[') return ']';
if (ch == '{') return '}';
if (ch == '<') return '>';
return ch;
}
static void ColourisePerlDoc(unsigned int startPos, int length, int initStyle,
WordList *keywordlists[], Accessor &styler) {
WordList &keywords = *keywordlists[0];
// keywords that forces /PATTERN/ at all times; should track vim's behaviour
WordList reWords;
reWords.Set("elsif if split while");
// charset classes
CharacterSet setWordStart(CharacterSet::setAlpha, "_", 0x80, true);
CharacterSet setWord(CharacterSet::setAlphaNum, "_", 0x80, true);
CharacterSet setSingleCharOp(CharacterSet::setNone, "rwxoRWXOezsfdlpSbctugkTBMAC");
// lexing of "%*</" operators is non-trivial; these are missing in the set below
CharacterSet setPerlOperator(CharacterSet::setNone, "^&\\()-+=|{}[]:;>,?!.~");
CharacterSet setQDelim(CharacterSet::setNone, "qrwx");
CharacterSet setModifiers(CharacterSet::setAlpha);
CharacterSet setPreferRE(CharacterSet::setNone, "*/<%");
// setArray and setHash also accepts chars for special vars like $_,
// which are then truncated when the next char does not match setVar
CharacterSet setVar(CharacterSet::setAlphaNum, "#$_'", 0x80, true);
CharacterSet setArray(CharacterSet::setAlpha, "#$_+-", 0x80, true);
CharacterSet setHash(CharacterSet::setAlpha, "#$_!^+-", 0x80, true);
CharacterSet &setPOD = setModifiers;
CharacterSet setNonHereDoc(CharacterSet::setDigits, "=$@");
CharacterSet setHereDocDelim(CharacterSet::setAlphaNum, "_");
CharacterSet setSubPrototype(CharacterSet::setNone, "\\[$@%&*];");
// for format identifiers
CharacterSet setFormatStart(CharacterSet::setAlpha, "_=");
CharacterSet &setFormat = setHereDocDelim;
// Lexer for perl often has to backtrack to start of current style to determine
// which characters are being used as quotes, how deeply nested is the
// start position and what the termination string is for HERE documents.
class HereDocCls { // Class to manage HERE doc sequence
public:
int State; // 0: '<<' encountered
// 1: collect the delimiter
// 2: here doc text (lines after the delimiter)
int Quote; // the char after '<<'
bool Quoted; // true if Quote in ('\'','"','`')
int DelimiterLength; // strlen(Delimiter)
char *Delimiter; // the Delimiter, 256: sizeof PL_tokenbuf
HereDocCls() {
State = 0;
Quote = 0;
Quoted = false;
DelimiterLength = 0;
Delimiter = new char[HERE_DELIM_MAX];
Delimiter[0] = '\0';
}
void Append(int ch) {
Delimiter[DelimiterLength++] = static_cast<char>(ch);
Delimiter[DelimiterLength] = '\0';
}
~HereDocCls() {
delete []Delimiter;
}
};
HereDocCls HereDoc; // TODO: FIFO for stacked here-docs
class QuoteCls { // Class to manage quote pairs
public:
int Rep;
int Count;
int Up, Down;
QuoteCls() {
this->New(1);
}
void New(int r = 1) {
Rep = r;
Count = 0;
Up = '\0';
Down = '\0';
}
void Open(int u) {
Count++;
Up = u;
Down = opposite(Up);
}
};
QuoteCls Quote;
// additional state for number lexing
int numState = PERLNUM_DECIMAL;
int dotCount = 0;
unsigned int endPos = startPos + length;
// Backtrack to beginning of style if required...
// If in a long distance lexical state, backtrack to find quote characters.
// Includes strings (may be multi-line), numbers (additional state), format
// bodies, as well as POD sections.
if (initStyle == SCE_PL_HERE_Q
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_HERE_QQ
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_HERE_QX
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_FORMAT
) {
int delim = (initStyle == SCE_PL_FORMAT) ? SCE_PL_FORMAT_IDENT:SCE_PL_HERE_DELIM;
while ((startPos > 1) && (styler.StyleAt(startPos) != delim)) {
startPos--;
}
startPos = styler.LineStart(styler.GetLine(startPos));
initStyle = styler.StyleAt(startPos - 1);
}
if (initStyle == SCE_PL_STRING_Q
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_STRING_QQ
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_STRING_QX
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_STRING_QR
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_STRING_QW
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_REGEX
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_REGSUBST
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_STRING
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_BACKTICKS
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_CHARACTER
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_NUMBER
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_ERROR
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_SUB_PROTOTYPE
) {
while ((startPos > 1) && (styler.StyleAt(startPos - 1) == initStyle)) {
startPos--;
}
initStyle = SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
} else if (initStyle == SCE_PL_POD
|| initStyle == SCE_PL_POD_VERB
) {
// POD backtracking finds preceeding blank lines and goes back past them
int ln = styler.GetLine(startPos);
if (ln > 0) {
initStyle = styler.StyleAt(styler.LineStart(--ln));
if (initStyle == SCE_PL_POD || initStyle == SCE_PL_POD_VERB) {
while (ln > 0 && styler.GetLineState(ln) == SCE_PL_DEFAULT)
ln--;
}
startPos = styler.LineStart(++ln);
initStyle = styler.StyleAt(startPos - 1);
} else {
startPos = 0;
initStyle = SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
}
}
// backFlag, backPos are additional state to aid identifier corner cases.
// Look backwards past whitespace and comments in order to detect either
// operator or keyword. Later updated as we go along.
int backFlag = BACK_NONE;
unsigned int backPos = startPos;
if (backPos > 0) {
backPos--;
skipWhitespaceComment(styler, backPos);
if (styler.StyleAt(backPos) == SCE_PL_OPERATOR)
backFlag = BACK_OPERATOR;
else if (styler.StyleAt(backPos) == SCE_PL_WORD)
backFlag = BACK_KEYWORD;
backPos++;
}
StyleContext sc(startPos, endPos - startPos, initStyle, styler, static_cast<char>(STYLE_MAX));
for (; sc.More(); sc.Forward()) {
// Determine if the current state should terminate.
switch (sc.state) {
case SCE_PL_OPERATOR:
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
backFlag = BACK_OPERATOR;
backPos = sc.currentPos;
break;
case SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER: // identifier, bareword, inputsymbol
if ((!setWord.Contains(sc.ch) && sc.ch != '\'')
|| sc.Match('.', '.')
|| sc.chPrev == '>') { // end of inputsymbol
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
break;
case SCE_PL_WORD: // keyword, plus special cases
if (!setWord.Contains(sc.ch)) {
char s[100];
sc.GetCurrent(s, sizeof(s));
if ((strcmp(s, "__DATA__") == 0) || (strcmp(s, "__END__") == 0)) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_DATASECTION);
} else {
if ((strcmp(s, "format") == 0)) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_FORMAT_IDENT);
HereDoc.State = 0;
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
backFlag = BACK_KEYWORD;
backPos = sc.currentPos;
}
}
break;
case SCE_PL_SCALAR:
case SCE_PL_ARRAY:
case SCE_PL_HASH:
case SCE_PL_SYMBOLTABLE:
if (sc.Match(':', ':')) { // skip ::
sc.Forward();
} else if (!setVar.Contains(sc.ch)) {
if (sc.LengthCurrent() == 1) {
// Special variable: $(, $_ etc.
sc.Forward();
}
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
break;
case SCE_PL_NUMBER:
// if no early break, number style is terminated at "(go through)"
if (sc.ch == '.') {
if (sc.chNext == '.') {
// double dot is always an operator (go through)
} else if (numState <= PERLNUM_FLOAT_EXP) {
// non-decimal number or float exponent, consume next dot
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
break;
} else { // decimal or vectors allows dots
dotCount++;
if (numState == PERLNUM_DECIMAL) {
if (dotCount <= 1) // number with one dot in it
break;
if (IsADigit(sc.chNext)) { // really a vector
numState = PERLNUM_VECTOR;
break;
}
// number then dot (go through)
} else if (IsADigit(sc.chNext)) // vectors
break;
// vector then dot (go through)
}
} else if (sc.ch == '_') {
// permissive underscoring for number and vector literals
break;
} else if (numState == PERLNUM_DECIMAL) {
if (sc.ch == 'E' || sc.ch == 'e') { // exponent, sign
numState = PERLNUM_FLOAT_EXP;
if (sc.chNext == '+' || sc.chNext == '-') {
sc.Forward();
}
break;
} else if (IsADigit(sc.ch))
break;
// number then word (go through)
} else if (numState == PERLNUM_HEX) {
if (IsADigit(sc.ch, 16))
break;
} else if (numState == PERLNUM_VECTOR || numState == PERLNUM_V_VECTOR) {
if (IsADigit(sc.ch)) // vector
break;
if (setWord.Contains(sc.ch) && dotCount == 0) { // change to word
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
break;
}
// vector then word (go through)
} else if (IsADigit(sc.ch)) {
if (numState == PERLNUM_FLOAT_EXP) {
break;
} else if (numState == PERLNUM_OCTAL) {
if (sc.ch <= '7') break;
} else if (numState == PERLNUM_BINARY) {
if (sc.ch <= '1') break;
}
// mark invalid octal, binary numbers (go through)
numState = PERLNUM_BAD;
break;
}
// complete current number or vector
sc.ChangeState(actualNumStyle(numState));
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
break;
case SCE_PL_COMMENTLINE:
if (sc.atLineEnd) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
break;
case SCE_PL_HERE_DELIM:
if (HereDoc.State == 0) { // '<<' encountered
int delim_ch = sc.chNext;
int ws_skip = 0;
HereDoc.State = 1; // pre-init HERE doc class
HereDoc.Quote = sc.chNext;
HereDoc.Quoted = false;
HereDoc.DelimiterLength = 0;
HereDoc.Delimiter[HereDoc.DelimiterLength] = '\0';
if (IsASpaceOrTab(delim_ch)) {
// skip whitespace; legal only for quoted delimiters
unsigned int i = sc.currentPos + 1;
while ((i < endPos) && IsASpaceOrTab(delim_ch)) {
i++;
delim_ch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(i));
}
ws_skip = i - sc.currentPos - 1;
}
if (delim_ch == '\'' || delim_ch == '"' || delim_ch == '`') {
// a quoted here-doc delimiter; skip any whitespace
sc.Forward(ws_skip + 1);
HereDoc.Quote = delim_ch;
HereDoc.Quoted = true;
} else if ((ws_skip == 0 && setNonHereDoc.Contains(sc.chNext))
|| ws_skip > 0) {
// left shift << or <<= operator cases
// restore position if operator
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
backFlag = BACK_OPERATOR;
backPos = sc.currentPos;
HereDoc.State = 0;
} else {
// specially handle initial '\' for identifier
if (ws_skip == 0 && HereDoc.Quote == '\\')
sc.Forward();
// an unquoted here-doc delimiter, no special handling
// (cannot be prefixed by spaces/tabs), or
// symbols terminates; deprecated zero-length delimiter
}
} else if (HereDoc.State == 1) { // collect the delimiter
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
if (HereDoc.Quoted) { // a quoted here-doc delimiter
if (sc.ch == HereDoc.Quote) { // closing quote => end of delimiter
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else if (!sc.atLineEnd) {
if (sc.Match('\\', static_cast<char>(HereDoc.Quote))) { // escaped quote
sc.Forward();
}
if (sc.ch != '\r') { // skip CR if CRLF
HereDoc.Append(sc.ch);
}
}
} else { // an unquoted here-doc delimiter
if (setHereDocDelim.Contains(sc.ch)) {
HereDoc.Append(sc.ch);
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
}
if (HereDoc.DelimiterLength >= HERE_DELIM_MAX - 1) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_ERROR);
HereDoc.State = 0;
}
}
break;
case SCE_PL_HERE_Q:
case SCE_PL_HERE_QQ:
case SCE_PL_HERE_QX: {
// also implies HereDoc.State == 2
sc.Complete();
while (!sc.atLineEnd)
sc.Forward();
char s[HERE_DELIM_MAX];
sc.GetCurrent(s, sizeof(s));
if (isMatch(HereDoc.Delimiter, s)) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
HereDoc.State = 0;
}
} break;
case SCE_PL_POD:
case SCE_PL_POD_VERB: {
unsigned int fw = sc.currentPos;
int ln = styler.GetLine(fw);
if (sc.atLineStart && sc.Match("=cut")) { // end of POD
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_POD);
sc.Forward(4);
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
styler.SetLineState(ln, SCE_PL_POD);
break;
}
int pod = podLineScan(styler, fw, endPos); // classify POD line
styler.SetLineState(ln, pod);
if (pod == SCE_PL_DEFAULT) {
if (sc.state == SCE_PL_POD_VERB) {
unsigned int fw2 = fw;
while (fw2 <= endPos && pod == SCE_PL_DEFAULT) {
fw = fw2++; // penultimate line (last blank line)
pod = podLineScan(styler, fw2, endPos);
styler.SetLineState(styler.GetLine(fw2), pod);
}
if (pod == SCE_PL_POD) { // truncate verbatim POD early
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_POD);
} else
fw = fw2;
} else
pod = SCE_PL_POD;
} else {
if (pod == SCE_PL_POD_VERB // still part of current paragraph
&& (styler.GetLineState(ln - 1) == SCE_PL_POD)) {
pod = SCE_PL_POD;
styler.SetLineState(ln, pod);
} else if (pod == SCE_PL_POD
&& (styler.GetLineState(ln - 1) == SCE_PL_POD_VERB)) {
pod = SCE_PL_POD_VERB;
styler.SetLineState(ln, pod);
}
sc.SetState(pod);
}
sc.Forward(fw - sc.currentPos); // commit style
} break;
case SCE_PL_REGEX:
case SCE_PL_STRING_QR:
if (Quote.Rep <= 0) {
if (!setModifiers.Contains(sc.ch))
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else if (!Quote.Up && !IsASpace(sc.ch)) {
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
} else if (sc.ch == '\\' && Quote.Up != '\\') {
sc.Forward();
} else if (sc.ch == Quote.Down) {
Quote.Count--;
if (Quote.Count == 0)
Quote.Rep--;
} else if (sc.ch == Quote.Up) {
Quote.Count++;
}
break;
case SCE_PL_REGSUBST:
if (Quote.Rep <= 0) {
if (!setModifiers.Contains(sc.ch))
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else if (!Quote.Up && !IsASpace(sc.ch)) {
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
} else if (sc.ch == '\\' && Quote.Up != '\\') {
sc.Forward();
} else if (Quote.Count == 0 && Quote.Rep == 1) {
// We matched something like s(...) or tr{...}, Perl 5.10
// appears to allow almost any character for use as the
// next delimiters. Whitespace and comments are accepted in
// between, but we'll limit to whitespace here.
// For '#', if no whitespace in between, it's a delimiter.
if (IsASpace(sc.ch)) {
// Keep going
} else if (sc.ch == '#' && IsASpaceOrTab(sc.chPrev)) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else {
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
}
} else if (sc.ch == Quote.Down) {
Quote.Count--;
if (Quote.Count == 0)
Quote.Rep--;
if (Quote.Up == Quote.Down)
Quote.Count++;
} else if (sc.ch == Quote.Up) {
Quote.Count++;
}
break;
case SCE_PL_STRING_Q:
case SCE_PL_STRING_QQ:
case SCE_PL_STRING_QX:
case SCE_PL_STRING_QW:
case SCE_PL_STRING:
case SCE_PL_CHARACTER:
case SCE_PL_BACKTICKS:
if (!Quote.Down && !IsASpace(sc.ch)) {
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
} else if (sc.ch == '\\' && Quote.Up != '\\') {
sc.Forward();
} else if (sc.ch == Quote.Down) {
Quote.Count--;
if (Quote.Count == 0)
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else if (sc.ch == Quote.Up) {
Quote.Count++;
}
break;
case SCE_PL_SUB_PROTOTYPE: {
int i = 0;
// forward scan; must all be valid proto characters
while (setSubPrototype.Contains(sc.GetRelative(i)))
i++;
if (sc.GetRelative(i) == ')') { // valid sub prototype
sc.Forward(i);
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else {
// abandon prototype, restart from '('
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
} break;
case SCE_PL_FORMAT: {
sc.Complete();
while (!sc.atLineEnd)
sc.Forward();
char s[10];
sc.GetCurrent(s, sizeof(s));
if (isMatch(".", s))
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} break;
case SCE_PL_ERROR:
break;
}
// Needed for specific continuation styles (one follows the other)
switch (sc.state) {
// continued from SCE_PL_WORD
case SCE_PL_FORMAT_IDENT:
// occupies HereDoc state 3 to avoid clashing with HERE docs
if (IsASpaceOrTab(sc.ch)) { // skip whitespace
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
while (IsASpaceOrTab(sc.ch) && !sc.atLineEnd)
sc.Forward();
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_FORMAT_IDENT);
}
if (setFormatStart.Contains(sc.ch)) { // identifier or '='
if (sc.ch != '=') {
do {
sc.Forward();
} while (setFormat.Contains(sc.ch));
}
while (IsASpaceOrTab(sc.ch) && !sc.atLineEnd)
sc.Forward();
if (sc.ch == '=') {
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
HereDoc.State = 3;
} else {
// invalid indentifier; inexact fallback, but hey
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
}
} else {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT); // invalid indentifier
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
break;
}
// Must check end of HereDoc states here before default state is handled
if (HereDoc.State == 1 && sc.atLineEnd) {
// Begin of here-doc (the line after the here-doc delimiter):
// Lexically, the here-doc starts from the next line after the >>, but the
// first line of here-doc seem to follow the style of the last EOL sequence
int st_new = SCE_PL_HERE_QQ;
HereDoc.State = 2;
if (HereDoc.Quoted) {
if (sc.state == SCE_PL_HERE_DELIM) {
// Missing quote at end of string! We are stricter than perl.
// Colour here-doc anyway while marking this bit as an error.
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_ERROR);
}
switch (HereDoc.Quote) {
case '\'': st_new = SCE_PL_HERE_Q ; break;
case '"' : st_new = SCE_PL_HERE_QQ; break;
case '`' : st_new = SCE_PL_HERE_QX; break;
}
} else {
if (HereDoc.Quote == '\\')
st_new = SCE_PL_HERE_Q;
}
sc.SetState(st_new);
}
if (HereDoc.State == 3 && sc.atLineEnd) {
// Start of format body.
HereDoc.State = 0;
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_FORMAT);
}
// Determine if a new state should be entered.
if (sc.state == SCE_PL_DEFAULT) {
if (IsADigit(sc.ch) ||
(IsADigit(sc.chNext) && (sc.ch == '.' || sc.ch == 'v'))) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_NUMBER);
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
numState = PERLNUM_DECIMAL;
dotCount = 0;
if (sc.ch == '0') { // hex,bin,octal
if (sc.chNext == 'x') {
numState = PERLNUM_HEX;
} else if (sc.chNext == 'b') {
numState = PERLNUM_BINARY;
} else if (IsADigit(sc.chNext)) {
numState = PERLNUM_OCTAL;
}
if (numState != PERLNUM_DECIMAL) {
sc.Forward();
}
} else if (sc.ch == 'v') { // vector
numState = PERLNUM_V_VECTOR;
}
} else if (setWord.Contains(sc.ch)) {
// if immediately prefixed by '::', always a bareword
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_WORD);
if (sc.chPrev == ':' && sc.GetRelative(-2) == ':') {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
}
unsigned int bk = sc.currentPos;
unsigned int fw = sc.currentPos + 1;
// first check for possible quote-like delimiter
if (sc.ch == 's' && !setWord.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_REGSUBST);
Quote.New(2);
} else if (sc.ch == 'm' && !setWord.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_REGEX);
Quote.New();
} else if (sc.ch == 'q' && !setWord.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_STRING_Q);
Quote.New();
} else if (sc.ch == 'y' && !setWord.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_REGSUBST);
Quote.New(2);
} else if (sc.Match('t', 'r') && !setWord.Contains(sc.GetRelative(2))) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_REGSUBST);
Quote.New(2);
sc.Forward();
fw++;
} else if (sc.ch == 'q' && setQDelim.Contains(sc.chNext)
&& !setWord.Contains(sc.GetRelative(2))) {
if (sc.chNext == 'q') sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_STRING_QQ);
else if (sc.chNext == 'x') sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_STRING_QX);
else if (sc.chNext == 'r') sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_STRING_QR);
else sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_STRING_QW); // sc.chNext == 'w'
Quote.New();
sc.Forward();
fw++;
} else if (sc.ch == 'x' && (sc.chNext == '=' || // repetition
!setWord.Contains(sc.chNext) ||
(IsADigit(sc.chPrev) && IsADigit(sc.chNext)))) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
// if potentially a keyword, scan forward and grab word, then check
// if it's really one; if yes, disambiguation test is performed
// otherwise it is always a bareword and we skip a lot of scanning
if (sc.state == SCE_PL_WORD) {
while (setWord.Contains(static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(fw))))
fw++;
if (!isPerlKeyword(styler.GetStartSegment(), fw, keywords, styler)) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
}
}
// if already SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER, then no ambiguity, skip this
// for quote-like delimiters/keywords, attempt to disambiguate
// to select for bareword, change state -> SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER
if (sc.state != SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER && bk > 0) {
if (disambiguateBareword(styler, bk, fw, backFlag, backPos, endPos))
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '#') {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_COMMENTLINE);
} else if (sc.ch == '\"') {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_STRING);
Quote.New();
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '\'') {
if (sc.chPrev == '&' && setWordStart.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
// Archaic call
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_CHARACTER);
Quote.New();
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '`') {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_BACKTICKS);
Quote.New();
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '$') {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_SCALAR);
if (sc.chNext == '{') {
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
} else if (IsASpace(sc.chNext)) {
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_DEFAULT);
} else {
sc.Forward();
if (sc.Match('`', '`') || sc.Match(':', ':')) {
sc.Forward();
}
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '@') {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_ARRAY);
if (setArray.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
// no special treatment
} else if (sc.chNext == ':' && sc.GetRelative(2) == ':') {
sc.Forward(2);
} else if (sc.chNext == '{' || sc.chNext == '[') {
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
} else {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (setPreferRE.Contains(sc.ch)) {
// Explicit backward peeking to set a consistent preferRE for
// any slash found, so no longer need to track preferRE state.
// Find first previous significant lexed element and interpret.
// A few symbols shares this code for disambiguation.
bool preferRE = false;
bool isHereDoc = sc.Match('<', '<');
bool hereDocSpace = false; // for: SCALAR [whitespace] '<<'
unsigned int bk = (sc.currentPos > 0) ? sc.currentPos - 1: 0;
unsigned int bkend;
sc.Complete();
styler.Flush();
if (styler.StyleAt(bk) == SCE_PL_DEFAULT)
hereDocSpace = true;
skipWhitespaceComment(styler, bk);
if (bk == 0) {
// avoid backward scanning breakage
preferRE = true;
} else {
int bkstyle = styler.StyleAt(bk);
int bkch = static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk));
switch(bkstyle) {
case SCE_PL_OPERATOR:
preferRE = true;
if (bkch == ')' || bkch == ']') {
preferRE = false;
} else if (bkch == '}') {
// backtrack by counting balanced brace pairs
// needed to test for variables like ${}, @{} etc.
bkstyle = styleBeforeBracePair(styler, bk);
if (bkstyle == SCE_PL_SCALAR
|| bkstyle == SCE_PL_ARRAY
|| bkstyle == SCE_PL_HASH
|| bkstyle == SCE_PL_SYMBOLTABLE
|| bkstyle == SCE_PL_OPERATOR) {
preferRE = false;
}
} else if (bkch == '+' || bkch == '-') {
if (bkch == static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk - 1))
&& bkch != static_cast<unsigned char>(styler.SafeGetCharAt(bk - 2)))
// exceptions for operators: unary suffixes ++, --
preferRE = false;
}
break;
case SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER:
preferRE = true;
bkstyle = styleCheckIdentifier(styler, bk);
if ((bkstyle == 1) || (bkstyle == 2)) {
// inputsymbol or var with "->" or "::" before identifier
preferRE = false;
} else if (bkstyle == 3) {
// bare identifier, test cases follows:
if (sc.ch == '/') {
// if '/', /PATTERN/ unless digit/space immediately after '/'
// if '//', always expect defined-or operator to follow identifier
if (IsASpace(sc.chNext) || IsADigit(sc.chNext) || sc.chNext == '/')
preferRE = false;
} else if (sc.ch == '*' || sc.ch == '%') {
if (IsASpace(sc.chNext) || IsADigit(sc.chNext) || sc.Match('*', '*'))
preferRE = false;
} else if (sc.ch == '<') {
if (IsASpace(sc.chNext) || sc.chNext == '=')
preferRE = false;
}
}
break;
case SCE_PL_SCALAR: // for $var<< case:
if (isHereDoc && hereDocSpace) // if SCALAR whitespace '<<', *always* a HERE doc
preferRE = true;
break;
case SCE_PL_WORD:
preferRE = true;
// for HERE docs, always true
if (sc.ch == '/') {
// adopt heuristics similar to vim-style rules:
// keywords always forced as /PATTERN/: split, if, elsif, while
// everything else /PATTERN/ unless digit/space immediately after '/'
// for '//', defined-or favoured unless special keywords
bkend = bk + 1;
while (bk > 0 && styler.StyleAt(bk - 1) == SCE_PL_WORD) {
bk--;
}
if (isPerlKeyword(bk, bkend, reWords, styler))
break;
if (IsASpace(sc.chNext) || IsADigit(sc.chNext) || sc.chNext == '/')
preferRE = false;
} else if (sc.ch == '*' || sc.ch == '%') {
if (IsASpace(sc.chNext) || IsADigit(sc.chNext) || sc.Match('*', '*'))
preferRE = false;
} else if (sc.ch == '<') {
if (IsASpace(sc.chNext) || sc.chNext == '=')
preferRE = false;
}
break;
// other styles uses the default, preferRE=false
case SCE_PL_POD:
case SCE_PL_HERE_Q:
case SCE_PL_HERE_QQ:
case SCE_PL_HERE_QX:
preferRE = true;
break;
}
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
if (isHereDoc) { // handle '<<', HERE doc
if (preferRE) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_HERE_DELIM);
HereDoc.State = 0;
} else { // << operator
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
sc.Forward();
}
} else if (sc.ch == '*') { // handle '*', typeglob
if (preferRE) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_SYMBOLTABLE);
if (sc.chNext == ':' && sc.GetRelative(2) == ':') {
sc.Forward(2);
} else if (sc.chNext == '{') {
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
} else {
sc.Forward();
}
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
if (sc.chNext == '*') // exponentiation
sc.Forward();
}
} else if (sc.ch == '%') { // handle '%', hash
if (preferRE) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_HASH);
if (setHash.Contains(sc.chNext)) {
sc.Forward();
} else if (sc.chNext == ':' && sc.GetRelative(2) == ':') {
sc.Forward(2);
} else if (sc.chNext == '{') {
sc.ForwardSetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
} else {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
} else if (sc.ch == '<') { // handle '<', inputsymbol
if (preferRE) {
// forward scan
int i = inputsymbolScan(styler, sc.currentPos, endPos);
if (i > 0) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
sc.Forward(i);
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
} else { // handle '/', regexp
if (preferRE) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_REGEX);
Quote.New();
Quote.Open(sc.ch);
} else { // / and // operators
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
if (sc.chNext == '/') {
sc.Forward();
}
}
}
} else if (sc.ch == '=' // POD
&& setPOD.Contains(sc.chNext)
&& sc.atLineStart) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_POD);
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '-' && setWordStart.Contains(sc.chNext)) { // extended '-' cases
unsigned int bk = sc.currentPos;
unsigned int fw = 2;
if (setSingleCharOp.Contains(sc.chNext) && // file test operators
!setWord.Contains(sc.GetRelative(2))) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_WORD);
} else {
// nominally a minus and bareword; find extent of bareword
while (setWord.Contains(sc.GetRelative(fw)))
fw++;
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
// force to bareword for hash key => or {variable literal} cases
if (disambiguateBareword(styler, bk, bk + fw, backFlag, backPos, endPos) & 2) {
sc.ChangeState(SCE_PL_IDENTIFIER);
}
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else if (sc.ch == '(' && sc.currentPos > 0) { // '(' or subroutine prototype
sc.Complete();
if (styleCheckSubPrototype(styler, sc.currentPos - 1)) {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_SUB_PROTOTYPE);
backFlag = BACK_NONE;
} else {
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
}
} else if (setPerlOperator.Contains(sc.ch)) { // operators
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_OPERATOR);
if (sc.Match('.', '.')) { // .. and ...
sc.Forward();
if (sc.chNext == '.') sc.Forward();
}
} else if (sc.ch == 4 || sc.ch == 26) { // ^D and ^Z ends valid perl source
sc.SetState(SCE_PL_DATASECTION);
} else {
// keep colouring defaults
sc.Complete();
}
}
}
sc.Complete();
}
static bool IsCommentLine(int line, Accessor &styler) {
int pos = styler.LineStart(line);
int eol_pos = styler.LineStart(line + 1) - 1;
for (int i = pos; i < eol_pos; i++) {
char ch = styler[i];
int style = styler.StyleAt(i);
if (ch == '#' && style == SCE_PL_COMMENTLINE)
return true;
else if (!IsASpaceOrTab(ch))
return false;
}
return false;
}
static void FoldPerlDoc(unsigned int startPos, int length, int, WordList *[],
Accessor &styler) {
bool foldComment = styler.GetPropertyInt("fold.comment") != 0;
bool foldCompact = styler.GetPropertyInt("fold.compact", 1) != 0;
// Custom folding of POD and packages
// property fold.perl.pod
// Enable folding Pod blocks when using the Perl lexer.
bool foldPOD = styler.GetPropertyInt("fold.perl.pod", 1) != 0;
// property fold.perl.package
// Enable folding packages when using the Perl lexer.
bool foldPackage = styler.GetPropertyInt("fold.perl.package", 1) != 0;
unsigned int endPos = startPos + length;
int visibleChars = 0;
int lineCurrent = styler.GetLine(startPos);
int levelPrev = SC_FOLDLEVELBASE;
if (lineCurrent > 0)
levelPrev = styler.LevelAt(lineCurrent - 1) >> 16;
int levelCurrent = levelPrev;
char chNext = styler[startPos];
char chPrev = styler.SafeGetCharAt(startPos - 1);
int styleNext = styler.StyleAt(startPos);
// Used at end of line to determine if the line was a package definition
bool isPackageLine = false;
bool isPodHeading = false;
for (unsigned int i = startPos; i < endPos; i++) {
char ch = chNext;
chNext = styler.SafeGetCharAt(i + 1);
int style = styleNext;
styleNext = styler.StyleAt(i + 1);
bool atEOL = (ch == '\r' && chNext != '\n') || (ch == '\n');
bool atLineStart = ((chPrev == '\r') || (chPrev == '\n')) || i == 0;
// Comment folding
if (foldComment && atEOL && IsCommentLine(lineCurrent, styler))
{
if (!IsCommentLine(lineCurrent - 1, styler)
&& IsCommentLine(lineCurrent + 1, styler))
levelCurrent++;
else if (IsCommentLine(lineCurrent - 1, styler)
&& !IsCommentLine(lineCurrent+1, styler))
levelCurrent--;
}
if (style == SCE_PL_OPERATOR) {
if (ch == '{') {
levelCurrent++;
} else if (ch == '}') {
levelCurrent--;
}
}
// Custom POD folding
if (foldPOD && atLineStart) {
int stylePrevCh = (i) ? styler.StyleAt(i - 1):SCE_PL_DEFAULT;
if (style == SCE_PL_POD) {
if (stylePrevCh != SCE_PL_POD && stylePrevCh != SCE_PL_POD_VERB)
levelCurrent++;
else if (styler.Match(i, "=cut"))
levelCurrent--;
else if (styler.Match(i, "=head"))
isPodHeading = true;
} else if (style == SCE_PL_DATASECTION) {
if (ch == '=' && isalpha(chNext) && levelCurrent == SC_FOLDLEVELBASE)
levelCurrent++;
else if (styler.Match(i, "=cut") && levelCurrent > SC_FOLDLEVELBASE)
levelCurrent--;
else if (styler.Match(i, "=head"))
isPodHeading = true;
// if package used or unclosed brace, level > SC_FOLDLEVELBASE!
// reset needed as level test is vs. SC_FOLDLEVELBASE
else if (styler.Match(i, "__END__"))
levelCurrent = SC_FOLDLEVELBASE;
}
}
// Custom package folding
if (foldPackage && atLineStart) {
if (style == SCE_PL_WORD && styler.Match(i, "package")) {
isPackageLine = true;
}
}
if (atEOL) {
int lev = levelPrev;
if (isPodHeading) {
lev = levelPrev - 1;
lev |= SC_FOLDLEVELHEADERFLAG;
isPodHeading = false;
}
// Check if line was a package declaration
// because packages need "special" treatment
if (isPackageLine) {
lev = SC_FOLDLEVELBASE | SC_FOLDLEVELHEADERFLAG;
levelCurrent = SC_FOLDLEVELBASE + 1;
isPackageLine = false;
}
lev |= levelCurrent << 16;
if (visibleChars == 0 && foldCompact)
lev |= SC_FOLDLEVELWHITEFLAG;
if ((levelCurrent > levelPrev) && (visibleChars > 0))
lev |= SC_FOLDLEVELHEADERFLAG;
if (lev != styler.LevelAt(lineCurrent)) {
styler.SetLevel(lineCurrent, lev);
}
lineCurrent++;
levelPrev = levelCurrent;
visibleChars = 0;
}
if (!isspacechar(ch))
visibleChars++;
chPrev = ch;
}
// Fill in the real level of the next line, keeping the current flags as they will be filled in later
int flagsNext = styler.LevelAt(lineCurrent) & ~SC_FOLDLEVELNUMBERMASK;
styler.SetLevel(lineCurrent, levelPrev | flagsNext);
}
static const char * const perlWordListDesc[] = {
"Keywords",
0
};
LexerModule lmPerl(SCLEX_PERL, ColourisePerlDoc, "perl", FoldPerlDoc, perlWordListDesc, 8);
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