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package hcldec
import (
"github.com/hashicorp/hcl2/hcl"
"github.com/zclconf/go-cty/cty"
)
// Decode interprets the given body using the given specification and returns
// the resulting value. If the given body is not valid per the spec, error
// diagnostics are returned and the returned value is likely to be incomplete.
//
// The ctx argument may be nil, in which case any references to variables or
// functions will produce error diagnostics.
func Decode(body hcl.Body, spec Spec, ctx *hcl.EvalContext) (cty.Value, hcl.Diagnostics) {
val, _, diags := decode(body, nil, ctx, spec, false)
return val, diags
}
// PartialDecode is like Decode except that it permits "leftover" items in
// the top-level body, which are returned as a new body to allow for
// further processing.
//
// Any descendent block bodies are _not_ decoded partially and thus must
// be fully described by the given specification.
func PartialDecode(body hcl.Body, spec Spec, ctx *hcl.EvalContext) (cty.Value, hcl.Body, hcl.Diagnostics) {
return decode(body, nil, ctx, spec, true)
}
// ImpliedType returns the value type that should result from decoding the
// given spec.
func ImpliedType(spec Spec) cty.Type {
return impliedType(spec)
}
// SourceRange interprets the given body using the given specification and
// then returns the source range of the value that would be used to
// fulfill the spec.
//
// This can be used if application-level validation detects value errors, to
// obtain a reasonable SourceRange to use for generated diagnostics. It works
// best when applied to specific body items (e.g. using AttrSpec, BlockSpec, ...)
// as opposed to entire bodies using ObjectSpec, TupleSpec. The result will
// be less useful the broader the specification, so e.g. a spec that returns
// the entirety of all of the blocks of a given type is likely to be
// _particularly_ arbitrary and useless.
//
// If the given body is not valid per the given spec, the result is best-effort
// and may not actually be something ideal. It's expected that an application
// will already have used Decode or PartialDecode earlier and thus had an
// opportunity to detect and report spec violations.
func SourceRange(body hcl.Body, spec Spec) hcl.Range {
return sourceRange(body, nil, spec)
}
// ChildBlockTypes returns a map of all of the child block types declared
// by the given spec, with block type names as keys and the associated
// nested body specs as values.
func ChildBlockTypes(spec Spec) map[string]Spec {
ret := map[string]Spec{}
// visitSameBodyChildren walks through the spec structure, calling
// the given callback for each descendent spec encountered. We are
// interested in the specs that reference attributes and blocks.
var visit visitFunc
visit = func(s Spec) {
if bs, ok := s.(blockSpec); ok {
for _, blockS := range bs.blockHeaderSchemata() {
nested := bs.nestedSpec()
if nested != nil { // nil can be returned to dynamically opt out of this interface
ret[blockS.Type] = nested
}
}
}
s.visitSameBodyChildren(visit)
}
visit(spec)
return ret
}
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