shlex

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Published: Nov 13, 2015 License: Apache-2.0, Apache-2.0 Imports: 5 Imported by: 0

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go-shlex is a simple lexer for go that supports shell-style quoting, commenting, and escaping.

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Constants

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const (
	RUNE_CHAR              string = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789._-,/@$*()+=><:;&^%~|!?[]{}"
	RUNE_SPACE             string = " \t\r\n"
	RUNE_ESCAPING_QUOTE    string = "\""
	RUNE_NONESCAPING_QUOTE string = "'"
	RUNE_ESCAPE                   = "\\"
	RUNE_COMMENT                  = "#"

	RUNETOKEN_UNKNOWN           RuneTokenType = 0
	RUNETOKEN_CHAR              RuneTokenType = 1
	RUNETOKEN_SPACE             RuneTokenType = 2
	RUNETOKEN_ESCAPING_QUOTE    RuneTokenType = 3
	RUNETOKEN_NONESCAPING_QUOTE RuneTokenType = 4
	RUNETOKEN_ESCAPE            RuneTokenType = 5
	RUNETOKEN_COMMENT           RuneTokenType = 6
	RUNETOKEN_EOF               RuneTokenType = 7

	TOKEN_UNKNOWN TokenType = 0
	TOKEN_WORD    TokenType = 1
	TOKEN_SPACE   TokenType = 2
	TOKEN_COMMENT TokenType = 3

	STATE_START           lexerState = 0
	STATE_INWORD          lexerState = 1
	STATE_ESCAPING        lexerState = 2
	STATE_ESCAPING_QUOTED lexerState = 3
	STATE_QUOTED_ESCAPING lexerState = 4
	STATE_QUOTED          lexerState = 5
	STATE_COMMENT         lexerState = 6

	INITIAL_TOKEN_CAPACITY int = 100
)

Variables

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Functions

func Split

func Split(s string) ([]string, error)

Split a string in to a slice of strings, based upon shell-style rules for quoting, escaping, and spaces.

Types

type Lexer

type Lexer struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A type for turning an input stream in to a sequence of strings. Whitespace and comments are skipped.

func NewLexer

func NewLexer(r io.Reader) (*Lexer, error)

Create a new lexer.

func (*Lexer) NextWord

func (l *Lexer) NextWord() (string, error)

Return the next word, and an error value. If there are no more words, the error will be io.EOF.

type RuneTokenType

type RuneTokenType int

A RuneTokenType is the type of a UTF-8 character; a character, quote, space, escape.

type Token

type Token struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*Token) Equal

func (a *Token) Equal(b *Token) bool

Two tokens are equal if both their types and values are equal. A nil token can never equal another token.

type TokenClassifier

type TokenClassifier struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A type for classifying characters. This allows for different sorts of classifiers - those accepting extended non-ascii chars, or strict posix compatibility, for example.

func NewDefaultClassifier

func NewDefaultClassifier() *TokenClassifier

Create a new classifier for basic ASCII characters.

func (*TokenClassifier) ClassifyRune

func (classifier *TokenClassifier) ClassifyRune(rune int32) RuneTokenType

type TokenType

type TokenType int

A TokenType is a top-level token; a word, space, comment, unknown.

type Tokenizer

type Tokenizer struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A type for turning an input stream in to a sequence of typed tokens.

func NewTokenizer

func NewTokenizer(r io.Reader) (*Tokenizer, error)

Create a new tokenizer.

func (*Tokenizer) NextToken

func (t *Tokenizer) NextToken() (*Token, error)

Return the next token in the stream, and an error value. If there are no more tokens available, the error value will be io.EOF.

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