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package hclsyntax
import (
"github.com/hashicorp/hcl2/hcl"
)
// ParseConfig parses the given buffer as a whole HCL config file, returning
// a *hcl.File representing its contents. If HasErrors called on the returned
// diagnostics returns true, the returned body is likely to be incomplete
// and should therefore be used with care.
//
// The body in the returned file has dynamic type *hclsyntax.Body, so callers
// may freely type-assert this to get access to the full hclsyntax API in
// situations where detailed access is required. However, most common use-cases
// should be served using the hcl.Body interface to ensure compatibility with
// other configurationg syntaxes, such as JSON.
func ParseConfig(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (*hcl.File, hcl.Diagnostics) {
tokens, diags := LexConfig(src, filename, start)
peeker := newPeeker(tokens, false)
parser := &parser{peeker: peeker}
body, parseDiags := parser.ParseBody(TokenEOF)
diags = append(diags, parseDiags...)
// Panic if the parser uses incorrect stack discipline with the peeker's
// newlines stack, since otherwise it will produce confusing downstream
// errors.
peeker.AssertEmptyIncludeNewlinesStack()
return &hcl.File{
Body: body,
Bytes: src,
Nav: navigation{
root: body,
},
}, diags
}
// ParseExpression parses the given buffer as a standalone HCL expression,
// returning it as an instance of Expression.
func ParseExpression(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (Expression, hcl.Diagnostics) {
tokens, diags := LexExpression(src, filename, start)
peeker := newPeeker(tokens, false)
parser := &parser{peeker: peeker}
// Bare expressions are always parsed in "ignore newlines" mode, as if
// they were wrapped in parentheses.
parser.PushIncludeNewlines(false)
expr, parseDiags := parser.ParseExpression()
diags = append(diags, parseDiags...)
next := parser.Peek()
if next.Type != TokenEOF && !parser.recovery {
diags = append(diags, &hcl.Diagnostic{
Severity: hcl.DiagError,
Summary: "Extra characters after expression",
Detail: "An expression was successfully parsed, but extra characters were found after it.",
Subject: &next.Range,
})
}
parser.PopIncludeNewlines()
// Panic if the parser uses incorrect stack discipline with the peeker's
// newlines stack, since otherwise it will produce confusing downstream
// errors.
peeker.AssertEmptyIncludeNewlinesStack()
return expr, diags
}
// ParseTemplate parses the given buffer as a standalone HCL template,
// returning it as an instance of Expression.
func ParseTemplate(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (Expression, hcl.Diagnostics) {
tokens, diags := LexTemplate(src, filename, start)
peeker := newPeeker(tokens, false)
parser := &parser{peeker: peeker}
expr, parseDiags := parser.ParseTemplate()
diags = append(diags, parseDiags...)
// Panic if the parser uses incorrect stack discipline with the peeker's
// newlines stack, since otherwise it will produce confusing downstream
// errors.
peeker.AssertEmptyIncludeNewlinesStack()
return expr, diags
}
// ParseTraversalAbs parses the given buffer as a standalone absolute traversal.
//
// Parsing as a traversal is more limited than parsing as an expession since
// it allows only attribute and indexing operations on variables. Traverals
// are useful as a syntax for referring to objects without necessarily
// evaluating them.
func ParseTraversalAbs(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (hcl.Traversal, hcl.Diagnostics) {
tokens, diags := LexExpression(src, filename, start)
peeker := newPeeker(tokens, false)
parser := &parser{peeker: peeker}
// Bare traverals are always parsed in "ignore newlines" mode, as if
// they were wrapped in parentheses.
parser.PushIncludeNewlines(false)
expr, parseDiags := parser.ParseTraversalAbs()
diags = append(diags, parseDiags...)
parser.PopIncludeNewlines()
// Panic if the parser uses incorrect stack discipline with the peeker's
// newlines stack, since otherwise it will produce confusing downstream
// errors.
peeker.AssertEmptyIncludeNewlinesStack()
return expr, diags
}
// LexConfig performs lexical analysis on the given buffer, treating it as a
// whole HCL config file, and returns the resulting tokens.
//
// Only minimal validation is done during lexical analysis, so the returned
// diagnostics may include errors about lexical issues such as bad character
// encodings or unrecognized characters, but full parsing is required to
// detect _all_ syntax errors.
func LexConfig(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (Tokens, hcl.Diagnostics) {
tokens := scanTokens(src, filename, start, scanNormal)
diags := checkInvalidTokens(tokens)
return tokens, diags
}
// LexExpression performs lexical analysis on the given buffer, treating it as
// a standalone HCL expression, and returns the resulting tokens.
//
// Only minimal validation is done during lexical analysis, so the returned
// diagnostics may include errors about lexical issues such as bad character
// encodings or unrecognized characters, but full parsing is required to
// detect _all_ syntax errors.
func LexExpression(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (Tokens, hcl.Diagnostics) {
// This is actually just the same thing as LexConfig, since configs
// and expressions lex in the same way.
tokens := scanTokens(src, filename, start, scanNormal)
diags := checkInvalidTokens(tokens)
return tokens, diags
}
// LexTemplate performs lexical analysis on the given buffer, treating it as a
// standalone HCL template, and returns the resulting tokens.
//
// Only minimal validation is done during lexical analysis, so the returned
// diagnostics may include errors about lexical issues such as bad character
// encodings or unrecognized characters, but full parsing is required to
// detect _all_ syntax errors.
func LexTemplate(src []byte, filename string, start hcl.Pos) (Tokens, hcl.Diagnostics) {
tokens := scanTokens(src, filename, start, scanTemplate)
diags := checkInvalidTokens(tokens)
return tokens, diags
}
// ValidIdentifier tests if the given string could be a valid identifier in
// a native syntax expression.
//
// This is useful when accepting names from the user that will be used as
// variable or attribute names in the scope, to ensure that any name chosen
// will be traversable using the variable or attribute traversal syntax.
func ValidIdentifier(s string) bool {
// This is a kinda-expensive way to do something pretty simple, but it
// is easiest to do with our existing scanner-related infrastructure here
// and nobody should be validating identifiers in a tight loop.
tokens := scanTokens([]byte(s), "", hcl.Pos{}, scanIdentOnly)
return len(tokens) == 2 && tokens[0].Type == TokenIdent && tokens[1].Type == TokenEOF
}
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