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package hclsyntax
import (
"github.com/hashicorp/hcl2/hcl"
)
// Variables returns all of the variables referenced within a given experssion.
//
// This is the implementation of the "Variables" method on every native
// expression.
func Variables(expr Expression) []hcl.Traversal {
var vars []hcl.Traversal
walker := &variablesWalker{
Callback: func(t hcl.Traversal) {
vars = append(vars, t)
},
}
Walk(expr, walker)
return vars
}
// variablesWalker is a Walker implementation that calls its callback for any
// root scope traversal found while walking.
type variablesWalker struct {
Callback func(hcl.Traversal)
localScopes []map[string]struct{}
}
func (w *variablesWalker) Enter(n Node) hcl.Diagnostics {
switch tn := n.(type) {
case *ScopeTraversalExpr:
t := tn.Traversal
// Check if the given root name appears in any of the active
// local scopes. We don't want to return local variables here, since
// the goal of walking variables is to tell the calling application
// which names it needs to populate in the _root_ scope.
name := t.RootName()
for _, names := range w.localScopes {
if _, localized := names[name]; localized {
return nil
}
}
w.Callback(t)
case ChildScope:
w.localScopes = append(w.localScopes, tn.LocalNames)
}
return nil
}
func (w *variablesWalker) Exit(n Node) hcl.Diagnostics {
switch n.(type) {
case ChildScope:
// pop the latest local scope, assuming that the walker will
// behave symmetrically as promised.
w.localScopes = w.localScopes[:len(w.localScopes)-1]
}
return nil
}
// ChildScope is a synthetic AST node that is visited during a walk to
// indicate that its descendent will be evaluated in a child scope, which
// may mask certain variables from the parent scope as locals.
//
// ChildScope nodes don't really exist in the AST, but are rather synthesized
// on the fly during walk. Therefore it doesn't do any good to transform them;
// instead, transform either parent node that created a scope or the expression
// that the child scope struct wraps.
type ChildScope struct {
LocalNames map[string]struct{}
Expr Expression
}
func (e ChildScope) walkChildNodes(w internalWalkFunc) {
w(e.Expr)
}
// Range returns the range of the expression that the ChildScope is
// encapsulating. It isn't really very useful to call Range on a ChildScope.
func (e ChildScope) Range() hcl.Range {
return e.Expr.Range()
}
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