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%%% Copyright (C) 2006 - 2008 Willem de Jong
%%% This file is part of Erlsom.
%%% Erlsom 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 3 of
%%% the License, or (at your option) any later version.
%%% Erlsom is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
%%% but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
%%% GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
%%% You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
%%% License along with Erlsom. If not, see
%%% <>.
%%% Author contact:
%%% ====================================================================
%%% header file for erslom_parse
%%% ====================================================================
%% header file for erlsom_parse. Contains the record definitions.
%% the records that form the model - see erlsom_parse.erl for a
%% description.
-record(model, {tps, nss,
tns, %% target namespace (the URI, a string)
th, %% type hierarchy, see 'tree'-functions in erlsom_lib
any_attribs, %% Include "any_atributes" (i.e. attributes that
%% have not been explicitly declared in the XSD)
%% in the result. If set to true these will be in
%% the second element of the record.
value_fun %% Function that is called after the parsing
%% of a complex type (resulting in creation of a
%% record) has been created. Can be used
%% to modify the value (or for side effects).
-record(type, {nm, tp = sequence, els, atts = [], anyAttr, nillable, nr,
mn = 1, mx = 1, mxd = false, %% mn & mx are only used by erlsom_compile
typeName}). %% typeName is the 'real' name, to be used in xsi:type attributes
%% for derived types. The 'nm' field is actually a key, which may
%% include an additional prefix to differntiate between elements, types
%% and groups.
-record(el, {alts, mn = 1, mx = 1, nillable,
nr %% nr is actually the position of the value in the
%% result record.
-record(alt, {tag, tp, nxt = [], mn = 1, mx = 1, rl = true, anyInfo}).
-record(att, {nm, nr, opt, tp}).
%% -record(ns, {uri, pf}).
-record(elInfo, {anyAttr}).
-record(anyAttr, {prCont, ns, tns}). %% for anyAttributes
-record(anyInfo, {prCont, ns, tns}). %% for any elements
-record(state, {currentState, resultSoFar, model, namespaces,
allNamespaces, continuationState, value_acc = [],
-record(cs, {re, %% remaining elements
sf, %% nr of elements of the current type received so far
er, %% element record: the result (so far) for this type
rl, %% 'real element': do we expect an end-tag?
mxd}). %% is this a mixed type?
-record(all, {re, %% remaining elements
nr, %% the sequence number of the current element
er}). %% element record: the result (so far) for this type
%% altState is used for parsing alternatives within
%% a choice that can occur more than once
-record(altState, {name, %% the tag we are processing
type, %% the type of this element
real, %% is this a 'real' element or a group ref
receivedSoFar, %% number of elements received
acc, %% values of elements already processed
min, %% minOccurs
max}). %% maxOccurs
-record(anyState, {anyInfo}).