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// Code generated by pigeon; DO NOT EDIT.
package stateclone
import (
"bytes"
"errors"
"fmt"
"io"
"io/ioutil"
"math"
"os"
"sort"
"strconv"
"strings"
"sync"
"unicode"
"unicode/utf8"
)
type values []int
func (vals values) Clone() interface{} {
clone := make(values, 0, len(vals))
clone = append(clone, vals...)
return clone
}
var g = &grammar{
rules: []*rule{
{
name: "start",
pos: position{line: 14, col: 1, offset: 171},
expr: &actionExpr{
pos: position{line: 14, col: 9, offset: 179},
run: (*parser).callonstart1,
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 14, col: 9, offset: 179},
exprs: []interface{}{
&stateCodeExpr{
pos: position{line: 14, col: 9, offset: 179},
run: (*parser).callonstart3,
},
&zeroOrMoreExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 3, offset: 304},
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 4, offset: 305},
exprs: []interface{}{
&choiceExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 5, offset: 306},
alternatives: []interface{}{
&ruleRefExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 5, offset: 306},
name: "x",
},
&ruleRefExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 7, offset: 308},
name: "y",
},
&ruleRefExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 9, offset: 310},
name: "z",
},
},
},
&zeroOrMoreExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 12, offset: 313},
expr: &ruleRefExpr{
pos: position{line: 21, col: 12, offset: 313},
name: "ws",
},
},
},
},
},
},
},
},
},
{
name: "x",
pos: position{line: 25, col: 1, offset: 355},
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 25, col: 5, offset: 359},
exprs: []interface{}{
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 25, col: 5, offset: 359},
val: "ab",
ignoreCase: false,
},
&ruleRefExpr{
pos: position{line: 25, col: 10, offset: 364},
name: "c",
},
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 25, col: 12, offset: 366},
val: "d",
ignoreCase: false,
},
},
},
},
{
name: "y",
pos: position{line: 26, col: 1, offset: 370},
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 26, col: 5, offset: 374},
exprs: []interface{}{
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 26, col: 5, offset: 374},
val: "a",
ignoreCase: false,
},
&ruleRefExpr{
pos: position{line: 26, col: 9, offset: 378},
name: "bc",
},
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 26, col: 12, offset: 381},
val: "e",
ignoreCase: false,
},
},
},
},
{
name: "z",
pos: position{line: 27, col: 1, offset: 385},
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 27, col: 5, offset: 389},
exprs: []interface{}{
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 27, col: 5, offset: 389},
val: "abcf",
ignoreCase: false,
},
&stateCodeExpr{
pos: position{line: 27, col: 12, offset: 396},
run: (*parser).callonz3,
},
},
},
},
{
name: "c",
pos: position{line: 29, col: 1, offset: 467},
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 29, col: 5, offset: 471},
exprs: []interface{}{
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 29, col: 5, offset: 471},
val: "c",
ignoreCase: false,
},
&stateCodeExpr{
pos: position{line: 29, col: 9, offset: 475},
run: (*parser).callonc3,
},
},
},
},
{
name: "bc",
pos: position{line: 30, col: 1, offset: 546},
expr: &seqExpr{
pos: position{line: 30, col: 6, offset: 551},
exprs: []interface{}{
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 30, col: 6, offset: 551},
val: "bc",
ignoreCase: false,
},
&stateCodeExpr{
pos: position{line: 30, col: 11, offset: 556},
run: (*parser).callonbc3,
},
},
},
},
{
name: "ws",
pos: position{line: 32, col: 1, offset: 627},
expr: &choiceExpr{
pos: position{line: 32, col: 6, offset: 632},
alternatives: []interface{}{
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 32, col: 6, offset: 632},
val: " ",
ignoreCase: false,
},
&litMatcher{
pos: position{line: 32, col: 12, offset: 638},
val: "\n",
ignoreCase: false,
},
},
},
},
},
}
func (c *current) onstart3() error {
if _, ok := c.state["vals"]; !ok {
vals := make(values, 1)
vals[0] = 10
c.state["vals"] = vals
}
return nil
}
func (p *parser) callonstart3() error {
stack := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
_ = stack
return p.cur.onstart3()
}
func (c *current) onstart1() (interface{}, error) {
return c.state["vals"], nil
}
func (p *parser) callonstart1() (interface{}, error) {
stack := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
_ = stack
return p.cur.onstart1()
}
func (c *current) onz3() error {
c.state["vals"] = append(c.state["vals"].(values), 5)
return nil
}
func (p *parser) callonz3() error {
stack := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
_ = stack
return p.cur.onz3()
}
func (c *current) onc3() error {
c.state["vals"] = append(c.state["vals"].(values), 3)
return nil
}
func (p *parser) callonc3() error {
stack := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
_ = stack
return p.cur.onc3()
}
func (c *current) onbc3() error {
c.state["vals"] = append(c.state["vals"].(values), 1)
return nil
}
func (p *parser) callonbc3() error {
stack := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
_ = stack
return p.cur.onbc3()
}
var (
// errNoRule is returned when the grammar to parse has no rule.
errNoRule = errors.New("grammar has no rule")
// errInvalidEntrypoint is returned when the specified entrypoint rule
// does not exit.
errInvalidEntrypoint = errors.New("invalid entrypoint")
// errInvalidEncoding is returned when the source is not properly
// utf8-encoded.
errInvalidEncoding = errors.New("invalid encoding")
// errMaxExprCnt is used to signal that the maximum number of
// expressions have been parsed.
errMaxExprCnt = errors.New("max number of expresssions parsed")
)
// Option is a function that can set an option on the parser. It returns
// the previous setting as an Option.
type Option func(*parser) Option
// MaxExpressions creates an Option to stop parsing after the provided
// number of expressions have been parsed, if the value is 0 then the parser will
// parse for as many steps as needed (possibly an infinite number).
//
// The default for maxExprCnt is 0.
func MaxExpressions(maxExprCnt uint64) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
oldMaxExprCnt := p.maxExprCnt
p.maxExprCnt = maxExprCnt
return MaxExpressions(oldMaxExprCnt)
}
}
// Entrypoint creates an Option to set the rule name to use as entrypoint.
// The rule name must have been specified in the -alternate-entrypoints
// if generating the parser with the -optimize-grammar flag, otherwise
// it may have been optimized out. Passing an empty string sets the
// entrypoint to the first rule in the grammar.
//
// The default is to start parsing at the first rule in the grammar.
func Entrypoint(ruleName string) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
oldEntrypoint := p.entrypoint
p.entrypoint = ruleName
if ruleName == "" {
p.entrypoint = g.rules[0].name
}
return Entrypoint(oldEntrypoint)
}
}
// Statistics adds a user provided Stats struct to the parser to allow
// the user to process the results after the parsing has finished.
// Also the key for the "no match" counter is set.
//
// Example usage:
//
// input := "input"
// stats := Stats{}
// _, err := Parse("input-file", []byte(input), Statistics(&stats, "no match"))
// if err != nil {
// log.Panicln(err)
// }
// b, err := json.MarshalIndent(stats.ChoiceAltCnt, "", " ")
// if err != nil {
// log.Panicln(err)
// }
// fmt.Println(string(b))
//
func Statistics(stats *Stats, choiceNoMatch string) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
oldStats := p.Stats
p.Stats = stats
oldChoiceNoMatch := p.choiceNoMatch
p.choiceNoMatch = choiceNoMatch
if p.Stats.ChoiceAltCnt == nil {
p.Stats.ChoiceAltCnt = make(map[string]map[string]int)
}
return Statistics(oldStats, oldChoiceNoMatch)
}
}
// Debug creates an Option to set the debug flag to b. When set to true,
// debugging information is printed to stdout while parsing.
//
// The default is false.
func Debug(b bool) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
old := p.debug
p.debug = b
return Debug(old)
}
}
// Memoize creates an Option to set the memoize flag to b. When set to true,
// the parser will cache all results so each expression is evaluated only
// once. This guarantees linear parsing time even for pathological cases,
// at the expense of more memory and slower times for typical cases.
//
// The default is false.
func Memoize(b bool) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
old := p.memoize
p.memoize = b
return Memoize(old)
}
}
// AllowInvalidUTF8 creates an Option to allow invalid UTF-8 bytes.
// Every invalid UTF-8 byte is treated as a utf8.RuneError (U+FFFD)
// by character class matchers and is matched by the any matcher.
// The returned matched value, c.text and c.offset are NOT affected.
//
// The default is false.
func AllowInvalidUTF8(b bool) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
old := p.allowInvalidUTF8
p.allowInvalidUTF8 = b
return AllowInvalidUTF8(old)
}
}
// Recover creates an Option to set the recover flag to b. When set to
// true, this causes the parser to recover from panics and convert it
// to an error. Setting it to false can be useful while debugging to
// access the full stack trace.
//
// The default is true.
func Recover(b bool) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
old := p.recover
p.recover = b
return Recover(old)
}
}
// GlobalStore creates an Option to set a key to a certain value in
// the globalStore.
func GlobalStore(key string, value interface{}) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
old := p.cur.globalStore[key]
p.cur.globalStore[key] = value
return GlobalStore(key, old)
}
}
// InitState creates an Option to set a key to a certain value in
// the global "state" store.
func InitState(key string, value interface{}) Option {
return func(p *parser) Option {
old := p.cur.state[key]
p.cur.state[key] = value
return InitState(key, old)
}
}
// ParseFile parses the file identified by filename.
func ParseFile(filename string, opts ...Option) (i interface{}, err error) { // nolint: deadcode
f, err := os.Open(filename)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
defer func() {
if closeErr := f.Close(); closeErr != nil {
err = closeErr
}
}()
return ParseReader(filename, f, opts...)
}
// ParseReader parses the data from r using filename as information in the
// error messages.
func ParseReader(filename string, r io.Reader, opts ...Option) (interface{}, error) { // nolint: deadcode
b, err := ioutil.ReadAll(r)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return Parse(filename, b, opts...)
}
// Parse parses the data from b using filename as information in the
// error messages.
func Parse(filename string, b []byte, opts ...Option) (interface{}, error) {
return newParser(filename, b, opts...).parse(g)
}
// position records a position in the text.
type position struct {
line, col, offset int
}
func (p position) String() string {
return strconv.Itoa(p.line) + ":" + strconv.Itoa(p.col) + " [" + strconv.Itoa(p.offset) + "]"
}
// savepoint stores all state required to go back to this point in the
// parser.
type savepoint struct {
position
rn rune
w int
}
type current struct {
pos position // start position of the match
text []byte // raw text of the match
// state is a store for arbitrary key,value pairs that the user wants to be
// tied to the backtracking of the parser.
// This is always rolled back if a parsing rule fails.
state storeDict
// globalStore is a general store for the user to store arbitrary key-value
// pairs that they need to manage and that they do not want tied to the
// backtracking of the parser. This is only modified by the user and never
// rolled back by the parser. It is always up to the user to keep this in a
// consistent state.
globalStore storeDict
}
type storeDict map[string]interface{}
// the AST types...
// nolint: structcheck
type grammar struct {
pos position
rules []*rule
}
// nolint: structcheck
type rule struct {
pos position
name string
displayName string
expr interface{}
}
// nolint: structcheck
type choiceExpr struct {
pos position
alternatives []interface{}
}
// nolint: structcheck
type actionExpr struct {
pos position
expr interface{}
run func(*parser) (interface{}, error)
}
// nolint: structcheck
type recoveryExpr struct {
pos position
expr interface{}
recoverExpr interface{}
failureLabel []string
}
// nolint: structcheck
type seqExpr struct {
pos position
exprs []interface{}
}
// nolint: structcheck
type throwExpr struct {
pos position
label string
}
// nolint: structcheck
type labeledExpr struct {
pos position
label string
expr interface{}
}
// nolint: structcheck
type expr struct {
pos position
expr interface{}
}
type andExpr expr // nolint: structcheck
type notExpr expr // nolint: structcheck
type zeroOrOneExpr expr // nolint: structcheck
type zeroOrMoreExpr expr // nolint: structcheck
type oneOrMoreExpr expr // nolint: structcheck
// nolint: structcheck
type ruleRefExpr struct {
pos position
name string
}
// nolint: structcheck
type stateCodeExpr struct {
pos position
run func(*parser) error
}
// nolint: structcheck
type andCodeExpr struct {
pos position
run func(*parser) (bool, error)
}
// nolint: structcheck
type notCodeExpr struct {
pos position
run func(*parser) (bool, error)
}
// nolint: structcheck
type litMatcher struct {
pos position
val string
ignoreCase bool
}
// nolint: structcheck
type charClassMatcher struct {
pos position
val string
basicLatinChars [128]bool
chars []rune
ranges []rune
classes []*unicode.RangeTable
ignoreCase bool
inverted bool
}
type anyMatcher position // nolint: structcheck
// errList cumulates the errors found by the parser.
type errList []error
func (e *errList) add(err error) {
*e = append(*e, err)
}
func (e errList) err() error {
if len(e) == 0 {
return nil
}
e.dedupe()
return e
}
func (e *errList) dedupe() {
var cleaned []error
set := make(map[string]bool)
for _, err := range *e {
if msg := err.Error(); !set[msg] {
set[msg] = true
cleaned = append(cleaned, err)
}
}
*e = cleaned
}
func (e errList) Error() string {
switch len(e) {
case 0:
return ""
case 1:
return e[0].Error()
default:
var buf bytes.Buffer
for i, err := range e {
if i > 0 {
buf.WriteRune('\n')
}
buf.WriteString(err.Error())
}
return buf.String()
}
}
// parserError wraps an error with a prefix indicating the rule in which
// the error occurred. The original error is stored in the Inner field.
type parserError struct {
Inner error
pos position
prefix string
expected []string
}
// Error returns the error message.
func (p *parserError) Error() string {
return p.prefix + ": " + p.Inner.Error()
}
// newParser creates a parser with the specified input source and options.
func newParser(filename string, b []byte, opts ...Option) *parser {
stats := Stats{
ChoiceAltCnt: make(map[string]map[string]int),
}
p := &parser{
filename: filename,
errs: new(errList),
data: b,
pt: savepoint{position: position{line: 1}},
recover: true,
cur: current{
state: make(storeDict),
globalStore: make(storeDict),
},
maxFailPos: position{col: 1, line: 1},
maxFailExpected: make([]string, 0, 20),
Stats: &stats,
// start rule is rule [0] unless an alternate entrypoint is specified
entrypoint: g.rules[0].name,
}
p.setOptions(opts)
if p.maxExprCnt == 0 {
p.maxExprCnt = math.MaxUint64
}
return p
}
// setOptions applies the options to the parser.
func (p *parser) setOptions(opts []Option) {
for _, opt := range opts {
opt(p)
}
}
// nolint: structcheck,deadcode
type resultTuple struct {
v interface{}
b bool
end savepoint
}
// nolint: varcheck
const choiceNoMatch = -1
// Stats stores some statistics, gathered during parsing
type Stats struct {
// ExprCnt counts the number of expressions processed during parsing
// This value is compared to the maximum number of expressions allowed
// (set by the MaxExpressions option).
ExprCnt uint64
// ChoiceAltCnt is used to count for each ordered choice expression,
// which alternative is used how may times.
// These numbers allow to optimize the order of the ordered choice expression
// to increase the performance of the parser
//
// The outer key of ChoiceAltCnt is composed of the name of the rule as well
// as the line and the column of the ordered choice.
// The inner key of ChoiceAltCnt is the number (one-based) of the matching alternative.
// For each alternative the number of matches are counted. If an ordered choice does not
// match, a special counter is incremented. The name of this counter is set with
// the parser option Statistics.
// For an alternative to be included in ChoiceAltCnt, it has to match at least once.
ChoiceAltCnt map[string]map[string]int
}
// nolint: structcheck,maligned
type parser struct {
filename string
pt savepoint
cur current
data []byte
errs *errList
depth int
recover bool
debug bool
memoize bool
// memoization table for the packrat algorithm:
// map[offset in source] map[expression or rule] {value, match}
memo map[int]map[interface{}]resultTuple
// rules table, maps the rule identifier to the rule node
rules map[string]*rule
// variables stack, map of label to value
vstack []map[string]interface{}
// rule stack, allows identification of the current rule in errors
rstack []*rule
// parse fail
maxFailPos position
maxFailExpected []string
maxFailInvertExpected bool
// max number of expressions to be parsed
maxExprCnt uint64
// entrypoint for the parser
entrypoint string
allowInvalidUTF8 bool
*Stats
choiceNoMatch string
// recovery expression stack, keeps track of the currently available recovery expression, these are traversed in reverse
recoveryStack []map[string]interface{}
}
// push a variable set on the vstack.
func (p *parser) pushV() {
if cap(p.vstack) == len(p.vstack) {
// create new empty slot in the stack
p.vstack = append(p.vstack, nil)
} else {
// slice to 1 more
p.vstack = p.vstack[:len(p.vstack)+1]
}
// get the last args set
m := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
if m != nil && len(m) == 0 {
// empty map, all good
return
}
m = make(map[string]interface{})
p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1] = m
}
// pop a variable set from the vstack.
func (p *parser) popV() {
// if the map is not empty, clear it
m := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
if len(m) > 0 {
// GC that map
p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1] = nil
}
p.vstack = p.vstack[:len(p.vstack)-1]
}
// push a recovery expression with its labels to the recoveryStack
func (p *parser) pushRecovery(labels []string, expr interface{}) {
if cap(p.recoveryStack) == len(p.recoveryStack) {
// create new empty slot in the stack
p.recoveryStack = append(p.recoveryStack, nil)
} else {
// slice to 1 more
p.recoveryStack = p.recoveryStack[:len(p.recoveryStack)+1]
}
m := make(map[string]interface{}, len(labels))
for _, fl := range labels {
m[fl] = expr
}
p.recoveryStack[len(p.recoveryStack)-1] = m
}
// pop a recovery expression from the recoveryStack
func (p *parser) popRecovery() {
// GC that map
p.recoveryStack[len(p.recoveryStack)-1] = nil
p.recoveryStack = p.recoveryStack[:len(p.recoveryStack)-1]
}
func (p *parser) print(prefix, s string) string {
if !p.debug {
return s
}
fmt.Printf("%s %d:%d:%d: %s [%#U]\n",
prefix, p.pt.line, p.pt.col, p.pt.offset, s, p.pt.rn)
return s
}
func (p *parser) in(s string) string {
p.depth++
return p.print(strings.Repeat(" ", p.depth)+">", s)
}
func (p *parser) out(s string) string {
p.depth--
return p.print(strings.Repeat(" ", p.depth)+"<", s)
}
func (p *parser) addErr(err error) {
p.addErrAt(err, p.pt.position, []string{})
}
func (p *parser) addErrAt(err error, pos position, expected []string) {
var buf bytes.Buffer
if p.filename != "" {
buf.WriteString(p.filename)
}
if buf.Len() > 0 {
buf.WriteString(":")
}
buf.WriteString(fmt.Sprintf("%d:%d (%d)", pos.line, pos.col, pos.offset))
if len(p.rstack) > 0 {
if buf.Len() > 0 {
buf.WriteString(": ")
}
rule := p.rstack[len(p.rstack)-1]
if rule.displayName != "" {
buf.WriteString("rule " + rule.displayName)
} else {
buf.WriteString("rule " + rule.name)
}
}
pe := &parserError{Inner: err, pos: pos, prefix: buf.String(), expected: expected}
p.errs.add(pe)
}
func (p *parser) failAt(fail bool, pos position, want string) {
// process fail if parsing fails and not inverted or parsing succeeds and invert is set
if fail == p.maxFailInvertExpected {
if pos.offset < p.maxFailPos.offset {
return
}
if pos.offset > p.maxFailPos.offset {
p.maxFailPos = pos
p.maxFailExpected = p.maxFailExpected[:0]
}
if p.maxFailInvertExpected {
want = "!" + want
}
p.maxFailExpected = append(p.maxFailExpected, want)
}
}
// read advances the parser to the next rune.
func (p *parser) read() {
p.pt.offset += p.pt.w
rn, n := utf8.DecodeRune(p.data[p.pt.offset:])
p.pt.rn = rn
p.pt.w = n
p.pt.col++
if rn == '\n' {
p.pt.line++
p.pt.col = 0
}
if rn == utf8.RuneError && n == 1 { // see utf8.DecodeRune
if !p.allowInvalidUTF8 {
p.addErr(errInvalidEncoding)
}
}
}
// restore parser position to the savepoint pt.
func (p *parser) restore(pt savepoint) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("restore"))
}
if pt.offset == p.pt.offset {
return
}
p.pt = pt
}
// Cloner is implemented by any value that has a Clone method, which returns a
// copy of the value. This is mainly used for types which are not passed by
// value (e.g map, slice, chan) or structs that contain such types.
//
// This is used in conjunction with the global state feature to create proper
// copies of the state to allow the parser to properly restore the state in
// the case of backtracking.
type Cloner interface {
Clone() interface{}
}
var statePool = &sync.Pool{
New: func() interface{} { return make(storeDict) },
}
func (sd storeDict) Discard() {
for k := range sd {
delete(sd, k)
}
statePool.Put(sd)
}
// clone and return parser current state.
func (p *parser) cloneState() storeDict {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("cloneState"))
}
state := statePool.Get().(storeDict)
for k, v := range p.cur.state {
if c, ok := v.(Cloner); ok {
state[k] = c.Clone()
} else {
state[k] = v
}
}
return state
}
// restore parser current state to the state storeDict.
// every restoreState should applied only one time for every cloned state
func (p *parser) restoreState(state storeDict) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("restoreState"))
}
p.cur.state.Discard()
p.cur.state = state
}
// get the slice of bytes from the savepoint start to the current position.
func (p *parser) sliceFrom(start savepoint) []byte {
return p.data[start.position.offset:p.pt.position.offset]
}
func (p *parser) getMemoized(node interface{}) (resultTuple, bool) {
if len(p.memo) == 0 {
return resultTuple{}, false
}
m := p.memo[p.pt.offset]
if len(m) == 0 {
return resultTuple{}, false
}
res, ok := m[node]
return res, ok
}
func (p *parser) setMemoized(pt savepoint, node interface{}, tuple resultTuple) {
if p.memo == nil {
p.memo = make(map[int]map[interface{}]resultTuple)
}
m := p.memo[pt.offset]
if m == nil {
m = make(map[interface{}]resultTuple)
p.memo[pt.offset] = m
}
m[node] = tuple
}
func (p *parser) buildRulesTable(g *grammar) {
p.rules = make(map[string]*rule, len(g.rules))
for _, r := range g.rules {
p.rules[r.name] = r
}
}
// nolint: gocyclo
func (p *parser) parse(g *grammar) (val interface{}, err error) {
if len(g.rules) == 0 {
p.addErr(errNoRule)
return nil, p.errs.err()
}
// TODO : not super critical but this could be generated
p.buildRulesTable(g)
if p.recover {
// panic can be used in action code to stop parsing immediately
// and return the panic as an error.
defer func() {
if e := recover(); e != nil {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("panic handler"))
}
val = nil
switch e := e.(type) {
case error:
p.addErr(e)
default:
p.addErr(fmt.Errorf("%v", e))
}
err = p.errs.err()
}
}()
}
startRule, ok := p.rules[p.entrypoint]
if !ok {
p.addErr(errInvalidEntrypoint)
return nil, p.errs.err()
}
p.read() // advance to first rune
val, ok = p.parseRule(startRule)
if !ok {
if len(*p.errs) == 0 {
// If parsing fails, but no errors have been recorded, the expected values
// for the farthest parser position are returned as error.
maxFailExpectedMap := make(map[string]struct{}, len(p.maxFailExpected))
for _, v := range p.maxFailExpected {
maxFailExpectedMap[v] = struct{}{}
}
expected := make([]string, 0, len(maxFailExpectedMap))
eof := false
if _, ok := maxFailExpectedMap["!."]; ok {
delete(maxFailExpectedMap, "!.")
eof = true
}
for k := range maxFailExpectedMap {
expected = append(expected, k)
}
sort.Strings(expected)
if eof {
expected = append(expected, "EOF")
}
p.addErrAt(errors.New("no match found, expected: "+listJoin(expected, ", ", "or")), p.maxFailPos, expected)
}
return nil, p.errs.err()
}
return val, p.errs.err()
}
func listJoin(list []string, sep string, lastSep string) string {
switch len(list) {
case 0:
return ""
case 1:
return list[0]
default:
return strings.Join(list[:len(list)-1], sep) + " " + lastSep + " " + list[len(list)-1]
}
}
func (p *parser) parseRule(rule *rule) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseRule " + rule.name))
}
if p.memoize {
res, ok := p.getMemoized(rule)
if ok {
p.restore(res.end)
return res.v, res.b
}
}
start := p.pt
p.rstack = append(p.rstack, rule)
p.pushV()
val, ok := p.parseExpr(rule.expr)
p.popV()
p.rstack = p.rstack[:len(p.rstack)-1]
if ok && p.debug {
p.print(strings.Repeat(" ", p.depth)+"MATCH", string(p.sliceFrom(start)))
}
if p.memoize {
p.setMemoized(start, rule, resultTuple{val, ok, p.pt})
}
return val, ok
}
// nolint: gocyclo
func (p *parser) parseExpr(expr interface{}) (interface{}, bool) {
var pt savepoint
if p.memoize {
res, ok := p.getMemoized(expr)
if ok {
p.restore(res.end)
return res.v, res.b
}
pt = p.pt
}
p.ExprCnt++
if p.ExprCnt > p.maxExprCnt {
panic(errMaxExprCnt)
}
var val interface{}
var ok bool
switch expr := expr.(type) {
case *actionExpr:
val, ok = p.parseActionExpr(expr)
case *andCodeExpr:
val, ok = p.parseAndCodeExpr(expr)
case *andExpr:
val, ok = p.parseAndExpr(expr)
case *anyMatcher:
val, ok = p.parseAnyMatcher(expr)
case *charClassMatcher:
val, ok = p.parseCharClassMatcher(expr)
case *choiceExpr:
val, ok = p.parseChoiceExpr(expr)
case *labeledExpr:
val, ok = p.parseLabeledExpr(expr)
case *litMatcher:
val, ok = p.parseLitMatcher(expr)
case *notCodeExpr:
val, ok = p.parseNotCodeExpr(expr)
case *notExpr:
val, ok = p.parseNotExpr(expr)
case *oneOrMoreExpr:
val, ok = p.parseOneOrMoreExpr(expr)
case *recoveryExpr:
val, ok = p.parseRecoveryExpr(expr)
case *ruleRefExpr:
val, ok = p.parseRuleRefExpr(expr)
case *seqExpr:
val, ok = p.parseSeqExpr(expr)
case *stateCodeExpr:
val, ok = p.parseStateCodeExpr(expr)
case *throwExpr:
val, ok = p.parseThrowExpr(expr)
case *zeroOrMoreExpr:
val, ok = p.parseZeroOrMoreExpr(expr)
case *zeroOrOneExpr:
val, ok = p.parseZeroOrOneExpr(expr)
default:
panic(fmt.Sprintf("unknown expression type %T", expr))
}
if p.memoize {
p.setMemoized(pt, expr, resultTuple{val, ok, p.pt})
}
return val, ok
}
func (p *parser) parseActionExpr(act *actionExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseActionExpr"))
}
start := p.pt
val, ok := p.parseExpr(act.expr)
if ok {
p.cur.pos = start.position
p.cur.text = p.sliceFrom(start)
state := p.cloneState()
actVal, err := act.run(p)
if err != nil {
p.addErrAt(err, start.position, []string{})
}
p.restoreState(state)
val = actVal
}
if ok && p.debug {
p.print(strings.Repeat(" ", p.depth)+"MATCH", string(p.sliceFrom(start)))
}
return val, ok
}
func (p *parser) parseAndCodeExpr(and *andCodeExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseAndCodeExpr"))
}
state := p.cloneState()
ok, err := and.run(p)
if err != nil {
p.addErr(err)
}
p.restoreState(state)
return nil, ok
}
func (p *parser) parseAndExpr(and *andExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseAndExpr"))
}
pt := p.pt
state := p.cloneState()
p.pushV()
_, ok := p.parseExpr(and.expr)
p.popV()
p.restoreState(state)
p.restore(pt)
return nil, ok
}
func (p *parser) parseAnyMatcher(any *anyMatcher) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseAnyMatcher"))
}
if p.pt.rn == utf8.RuneError && p.pt.w == 0 {
// EOF - see utf8.DecodeRune
p.failAt(false, p.pt.position, ".")
return nil, false
}
start := p.pt
p.read()
p.failAt(true, start.position, ".")
return p.sliceFrom(start), true
}
// nolint: gocyclo
func (p *parser) parseCharClassMatcher(chr *charClassMatcher) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseCharClassMatcher"))
}
cur := p.pt.rn
start := p.pt
// can't match EOF
if cur == utf8.RuneError && p.pt.w == 0 { // see utf8.DecodeRune
p.failAt(false, start.position, chr.val)
return nil, false
}
if chr.ignoreCase {
cur = unicode.ToLower(cur)
}
// try to match in the list of available chars
for _, rn := range chr.chars {
if rn == cur {
if chr.inverted {
p.failAt(false, start.position, chr.val)
return nil, false
}
p.read()
p.failAt(true, start.position, chr.val)
return p.sliceFrom(start), true
}
}
// try to match in the list of ranges
for i := 0; i < len(chr.ranges); i += 2 {
if cur >= chr.ranges[i] && cur <= chr.ranges[i+1] {
if chr.inverted {
p.failAt(false, start.position, chr.val)
return nil, false
}
p.read()
p.failAt(true, start.position, chr.val)
return p.sliceFrom(start), true
}
}
// try to match in the list of Unicode classes
for _, cl := range chr.classes {
if unicode.Is(cl, cur) {
if chr.inverted {
p.failAt(false, start.position, chr.val)
return nil, false
}
p.read()
p.failAt(true, start.position, chr.val)
return p.sliceFrom(start), true
}
}
if chr.inverted {
p.read()
p.failAt(true, start.position, chr.val)
return p.sliceFrom(start), true
}
p.failAt(false, start.position, chr.val)
return nil, false
}
func (p *parser) incChoiceAltCnt(ch *choiceExpr, altI int) {
choiceIdent := fmt.Sprintf("%s %d:%d", p.rstack[len(p.rstack)-1].name, ch.pos.line, ch.pos.col)
m := p.ChoiceAltCnt[choiceIdent]
if m == nil {
m = make(map[string]int)
p.ChoiceAltCnt[choiceIdent] = m
}
// We increment altI by 1, so the keys do not start at 0
alt := strconv.Itoa(altI + 1)
if altI == choiceNoMatch {
alt = p.choiceNoMatch
}
m[alt]++
}
func (p *parser) parseChoiceExpr(ch *choiceExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseChoiceExpr"))
}
for altI, alt := range ch.alternatives {
// dummy assignment to prevent compile error if optimized
_ = altI
state := p.cloneState()
p.pushV()
val, ok := p.parseExpr(alt)
p.popV()
if ok {
p.incChoiceAltCnt(ch, altI)
return val, ok
}
p.restoreState(state)
}
p.incChoiceAltCnt(ch, choiceNoMatch)
return nil, false
}
func (p *parser) parseLabeledExpr(lab *labeledExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseLabeledExpr"))
}
p.pushV()
val, ok := p.parseExpr(lab.expr)
p.popV()
if ok && lab.label != "" {
m := p.vstack[len(p.vstack)-1]
m[lab.label] = val
}
return val, ok
}
func (p *parser) parseLitMatcher(lit *litMatcher) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseLitMatcher"))
}
ignoreCase := ""
if lit.ignoreCase {
ignoreCase = "i"
}
val := string(strconv.AppendQuote([]byte{}, lit.val)) + ignoreCase // wrap 'lit.val' with double quotes
start := p.pt
for _, want := range lit.val {
cur := p.pt.rn
if lit.ignoreCase {
cur = unicode.ToLower(cur)
}
if cur != want {
p.failAt(false, start.position, val)
p.restore(start)
return nil, false
}
p.read()
}
p.failAt(true, start.position, val)
return p.sliceFrom(start), true
}
func (p *parser) parseNotCodeExpr(not *notCodeExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseNotCodeExpr"))
}
state := p.cloneState()
ok, err := not.run(p)
if err != nil {
p.addErr(err)
}
p.restoreState(state)
return nil, !ok
}
func (p *parser) parseNotExpr(not *notExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseNotExpr"))
}
pt := p.pt
state := p.cloneState()
p.pushV()
p.maxFailInvertExpected = !p.maxFailInvertExpected
_, ok := p.parseExpr(not.expr)
p.maxFailInvertExpected = !p.maxFailInvertExpected
p.popV()
p.restoreState(state)
p.restore(pt)
return nil, !ok
}
func (p *parser) parseOneOrMoreExpr(expr *oneOrMoreExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseOneOrMoreExpr"))
}
var vals []interface{}
for {
p.pushV()
val, ok := p.parseExpr(expr.expr)
p.popV()
if !ok {
if len(vals) == 0 {
// did not match once, no match
return nil, false
}
return vals, true
}
vals = append(vals, val)
}
}
func (p *parser) parseRecoveryExpr(recover *recoveryExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseRecoveryExpr (" + strings.Join(recover.failureLabel, ",") + ")"))
}
p.pushRecovery(recover.failureLabel, recover.recoverExpr)
val, ok := p.parseExpr(recover.expr)
p.popRecovery()
return val, ok
}
func (p *parser) parseRuleRefExpr(ref *ruleRefExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseRuleRefExpr " + ref.name))
}
if ref.name == "" {
panic(fmt.Sprintf("%s: invalid rule: missing name", ref.pos))
}
rule := p.rules[ref.name]
if rule == nil {
p.addErr(fmt.Errorf("undefined rule: %s", ref.name))
return nil, false
}
return p.parseRule(rule)
}
func (p *parser) parseSeqExpr(seq *seqExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseSeqExpr"))
}
vals := make([]interface{}, 0, len(seq.exprs))
pt := p.pt
state := p.cloneState()
for _, expr := range seq.exprs {
val, ok := p.parseExpr(expr)
if !ok {
p.restoreState(state)
p.restore(pt)
return nil, false
}
vals = append(vals, val)
}
return vals, true
}
func (p *parser) parseStateCodeExpr(state *stateCodeExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseStateCodeExpr"))
}
err := state.run(p)
if err != nil {
p.addErr(err)
}
return nil, true
}
func (p *parser) parseThrowExpr(expr *throwExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseThrowExpr"))
}
for i := len(p.recoveryStack) - 1; i >= 0; i-- {
if recoverExpr, ok := p.recoveryStack[i][expr.label]; ok {
if val, ok := p.parseExpr(recoverExpr); ok {
return val, ok
}
}
}
return nil, false
}
func (p *parser) parseZeroOrMoreExpr(expr *zeroOrMoreExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseZeroOrMoreExpr"))
}
var vals []interface{}
for {
p.pushV()
val, ok := p.parseExpr(expr.expr)
p.popV()
if !ok {
return vals, true
}
vals = append(vals, val)
}
}
func (p *parser) parseZeroOrOneExpr(expr *zeroOrOneExpr) (interface{}, bool) {
if p.debug {
defer p.out(p.in("parseZeroOrOneExpr"))
}
p.pushV()
val, _ := p.parseExpr(expr.expr)
p.popV()
// whether it matched or not, consider it a match
return val, true
}
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