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# interface_definition.rnc: VyConf reference tree XML grammar
#
# Copyright (C) 2014. 2017 VyOS maintainers and contributors <maintainers@vyos.net>
#
# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
# version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
# Lesser General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301
# USA
# The language of this file is compact form RELAX-NG
# http://relaxng.org/compact-tutorial-20030326.htm
# (unless converted to XML, then just RELAX-NG :)
# Interface definition starts with interfaceDefinition tag that may contain node tags
start = element interfaceDefinition
{
node*
}
# node tag may contain node, leafNode, or tagNode tags
# Those are intermediate configuration nodes that may only contain
# other nodes and must not have values
node = element node
{
(ownerAttr? & nodeNameAttr),
(properties? & children? )
}
# Tag nodes are containers for nodes without predefined names, like network interfaces
# or user names (e.g. "interfaces ethernet eth0" or "user jrandomhacker")
# Tag nodes may contain node and leafNode elements, and also nameConstraint tags
# They must not contain other tag nodes
tagNode = element tagNode
{
(ownerAttr? & nodeNameAttr),
(properties? & children )
}
# Leaf nodes are terminal configuration nodes that can't have children,
# but can have values.
# Leaf node may contain one or more valueConstraint tags
# If multiple valueConstraint tags are used, they work a logical OR
# Leaf nodes can have "multi" attribute that indicated that it can have
# more than one value
leafNode = element leafNode
{
nodeNameAttr,
properties
}
# Normal and tag nodes may have children
children = element children
{
(node | tagNode | leafNode)+
}
# Nodes may have properties
# For simplicity, any property is allowed in any node,
# but whether they are used or not is implementation-defined
#
# Leaf nodes may differ in number of values that can be
# associated with them.
# By default, a leaf node can have only one value.
# "multi" tag means a node can have one or more values,
# "valueless" means it can have no values at all.
# "hidden" means node visibility can be toggled, eg 'dangerous' commands,
# "secret" allows a node to hide its value from unprivileged users.
#
# "priority" is used to influence node processing order for nodes
# with exact same dependencies and in compatibility modes.
properties = element properties
{
help? &
constraint? &
valueHelp* &
(element constraintErrorMessage { text })? &
completionHelp* &
# These are meaningful only for leaf nodes
(element valueless { empty })? &
(element multi { empty })? &
(element hidden { empty })? &
(element secret { empty })? &
(element priority { text })? &
# These are meaningful only for tag nodes
(element keepChildOrder { empty })?
}
# All nodes must have "name" attribute
nodeNameAttr = attribute name
{
text
}
# Ordinary nodes and tag nodes can have "owner" attribute.
# Owner is the component that is notified when node changes.
ownerAttr = attribute owner
{
text
}
# Tag and leaf nodes may have constraints on their names and values
# (respectively).
# When multiple constraints are listed, they work as logical OR
constraint = element constraint
{
( (element regex { text }) |
validator )+
}
# A constraint may also use an external validator rather than regex
validator = element validator
{
( (attribute name { text }) &
(attribute argument { text })? ),
empty
}
# help tags contains brief description of the purpose of the node
help = element help
{
text
}
# valueHelp tags contain information about acceptable value format
valueHelp = element valueHelp
{
element format { text } &
element description { text }
}
# completionHelp tags contain information about allowed values of a node that is used for generating
# tab completion in the CLI frontend and drop-down lists in GUI frontends
# It is only meaninful for leaf nodes
# Allowed values can be given as a fixed list of values (e.g. <list>foo bar baz</list>),
# as a configuration path (e.g. <path>interfaces ethernet</path>),
# or as a path to a script file that generates the list (e.g. <script>/usr/lib/foo/list-things</script>
completionHelp = element completionHelp
{
(element list { text })* &
(element path { text })* &
(element script { text })*
}