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// Reserved word lists for various dialects of the language
var reservedWords = {
3: "abstract boolean byte char class double enum export extends final float goto implements import int interface long native package private protected public short static super synchronized throws transient volatile",
5: "class enum extends super const export import",
6: "enum",
strict: "implements interface let package private protected public static yield",
strictBind: "eval arguments"
};
// And the keywords
var ecma5AndLessKeywords = "break case catch continue debugger default do else finally for function if return switch throw try var while with null true false instanceof typeof void delete new in this";
var keywords = {
5: ecma5AndLessKeywords,
"5module": ecma5AndLessKeywords + " export import",
6: ecma5AndLessKeywords + " const class extends export import super"
};
var keywordRelationalOperator = /^in(stanceof)?$/;
// ## Character categories
// Big ugly regular expressions that match characters in the
// whitespace, identifier, and identifier-start categories. These
// are only applied when a character is found to actually have a
// code point above 128.
// Generated by `bin/generate-identifier-regex.js`.
var nonASCIIidentifierStartChars = "\xaa\xb5\xba\xc0-\xd6\xd8-\xf6\xf8-\u02c1\u02c6-\u02d1\u02e0-\u02e4\u02ec\u02ee\u0370-\u0374\u0376\u0377\u037a-\u037d\u037f\u0386\u0388-\u038a\u038c\u038e-\u03a1\u03a3-\u03f5\u03f7-\u0481\u048a-\u052f\u0531-\u0556\u0559\u0560-\u0588\u05d0-\u05ea\u05ef-\u05f2\u0620-\u064a\u066e\u066f\u0671-\u06d3\u06d5\u06e5\u06e6\u06ee\u06ef\u06fa-\u06fc\u06ff\u0710\u0712-\u072f\u074d-\u07a5\u07b1\u07ca-\u07ea\u07f4\u07f5\u07fa\u0800-\u0815\u081a\u0824\u0828\u0840-\u0858\u0860-\u086a\u08a0-\u08b4\u08b6-\u08bd\u0904-\u0939\u093d\u0950\u0958-\u0961\u0971-\u0980\u0985-\u098c\u098f\u0990\u0993-\u09a8\u09aa-\u09b0\u09b2\u09b6-\u09b9\u09bd\u09ce\u09dc\u09dd\u09df-\u09e1\u09f0\u09f1\u09fc\u0a05-\u0a0a\u0a0f\u0a10\u0a13-\u0a28\u0a2a-\u0a30\u0a32\u0a33\u0a35\u0a36\u0a38\u0a39\u0a59-\u0a5c\u0a5e\u0a72-\u0a74\u0a85-\u0a8d\u0a8f-\u0a91\u0a93-\u0aa8\u0aaa-\u0ab0\u0ab2\u0ab3\u0ab5-\u0ab9\u0abd\u0ad0\u0ae0\u0ae1\u0af9\u0b05-\u0b0c\u0b0f\u0b10\u0b13-\u0b28\u0b2a-\u0b30\u0b32\u0b33\u0b35-\u0b39\u0b3d\u0b5c\u0b5d\u0b5f-\u0b61\u0b71\u0b83\u0b85-\u0b8a\u0b8e-\u0b90\u0b92-\u0b95\u0b99\u0b9a\u0b9c\u0b9e\u0b9f\u0ba3\u0ba4\u0ba8-\u0baa\u0bae-\u0bb9\u0bd0\u0c05-\u0c0c\u0c0e-\u0c10\u0c12-\u0c28\u0c2a-\u0c39\u0c3d\u0c58-\u0c5a\u0c60\u0c61\u0c80\u0c85-\u0c8c\u0c8e-\u0c90\u0c92-\u0ca8\u0caa-\u0cb3\u0cb5-\u0cb9\u0cbd\u0cde\u0ce0\u0ce1\u0cf1\u0cf2\u0d05-\u0d0c\u0d0e-\u0d10\u0d12-\u0d3a\u0d3d\u0d4e\u0d54-\u0d56\u0d5f-\u0d61\u0d7a-\u0d7f\u0d85-\u0d96\u0d9a-\u0db1\u0db3-\u0dbb\u0dbd\u0dc0-\u0dc6\u0e01-\u0e30\u0e32\u0e33\u0e40-\u0e46\u0e81\u0e82\u0e84\u0e86-\u0e8a\u0e8c-\u0ea3\u0ea5\u0ea7-\u0eb0\u0eb2\u0eb3\u0ebd\u0ec0-\u0ec4\u0ec6\u0edc-\u0edf\u0f00\u0f40-\u0f47\u0f49-\u0f6c\u0f88-\u0f8c\u1000-\u102a\u103f\u1050-\u1055\u105a-\u105d\u1061\u1065\u1066\u106e-\u1070\u1075-\u1081\u108e\u10a0-\u10c5\u10c7\u10cd\u10d0-\u10fa\u10fc-\u1248\u124a-\u124d\u1250-\u1256\u1258\u125a-\u125d\u1260-\u1288\u128a-\u128d\u1290-\u12b0\u12b2-\u12b5\u12b8-\u12be\u12c0\u12c2-\u12c5\u12c8-\u12d6\u12d8-\u1310\u1312-\u1315\u1318-\u135a\u1380-\u138f\u13a0-\u13f5\u13f8-\u13fd\u1401-\u166c\u166f-\u167f\u1681-\u169a\u16a0-\u16ea\u16ee-\u16f8\u1700-\u170c\u170e-\u1711\u1720-\u1731\u1740-\u1751\u1760-\u176c\u176e-\u1770\u1780-\u17b3\u17d7\u17dc\u1820-\u1878\u1880-\u18a8\u18aa\u18b0-\u18f5\u1900-\u191e\u1950-\u196d\u1970-\u1974\u1980-\u19ab\u19b0-\u19c9\u1a00-\u1a16\u1a20-\u1a54\u1aa7\u1b05-\u1b33\u1b45-\u1b4b\u1b83-\u1ba0\u1bae\u1baf\u1bba-\u1be5\u1c00-\u1c23\u1c4d-\u1c4f\u1c5a-\u1c7d\u1c80-\u1c88\u1c90-\u1cba\u1cbd-\u1cbf\u1ce9-\u1cec\u1cee-\u1cf3\u1cf5\u1cf6\u1cfa\u1d00-\u1dbf\u1e00-\u1f15\u1f18-\u1f1d\u1f20-\u1f45\u1f48-\u1f4d\u1f50-\u1f57\u1f59\u1f5b\u1f5d\u1f5f-\u1f7d\u1f80-\u1fb4\u1fb6-\u1fbc\u1fbe\u1fc2-\u1fc4\u1fc6-\u1fcc\u1fd0-\u1fd3\u1fd6-\u1fdb\u1fe0-\u1fec\u1ff2-\u1ff4\u1ff6-\u1ffc\u2071\u207f\u2090-\u209c\u2102\u2107\u210a-\u2113\u2115\u2118-\u211d\u2124\u2126\u2128\u212a-\u2139\u213c-\u213f\u2145-\u2149\u214e\u2160-\u2188\u2c00-\u2c2e\u2c30-\u2c5e\u2c60-\u2ce4\u2ceb-\u2cee\u2cf2\u2cf3\u2d00-\u2d25\u2d27\u2d2d\u2d30-\u2d67\u2d6f\u2d80-\u2d96\u2da0-\u2da6\u2da8-\u2dae\u2db0-\u2db6\u2db8-\u2dbe\u2dc0-\u2dc6\u2dc8-\u2dce\u2dd0-\u2dd6\u2dd8-\u2dde\u3005-\u3007\u3021-\u3029\u3031-\u3035\u3038-\u303c\u3041-\u3096\u309b-\u309f\u30a1-\u30fa\u30fc-\u30ff\u3105-\u312f\u3131-\u318e\u31a0-\u31ba\u31f0-\u31ff\u3400-\u4db5\u4e00-\u9fef\ua000-\ua48c\ua4d0-\ua4fd\ua500-\ua60c\ua610-\ua61f\ua62a\ua62b\ua640-\ua66e\ua67f-\ua69d\ua6a0-\ua6ef\ua717-\ua71f\ua722-\ua788\ua78b-\ua7bf\ua7c2-\ua7c6\ua7f7-\ua801\ua803-\ua805\ua807-\ua80a\ua80c-\ua822\ua840-\ua873\ua882-\ua8b3\ua8f2-\ua8f7\ua8fb\ua8fd\ua8fe\ua90a-\ua925\ua930-\ua946\ua960-\ua97c\ua984-\ua9b2\ua9cf\ua9e0-\ua9e4\ua9e6-\ua9ef\ua9fa-\ua9fe\uaa00-\uaa28\uaa40-\uaa42\uaa44-\uaa4b\uaa60-\uaa76\uaa7a\uaa7e-\uaaaf\uaab1\uaab5\uaab6\uaab9-\uaabd\uaac0\uaac2\uaadb-\uaadd\uaae0-\uaaea\uaaf2-\uaaf4\uab01-\uab06\uab09-\uab0e\uab11-\uab16\uab20-\uab26\uab28-\uab2e\uab30-\uab5a\uab5c-\uab67\uab70-\uabe2\uac00-\ud7a3\ud7b0-\ud7c6\ud7cb-\ud7fb\uf900-\ufa6d\ufa70-\ufad9\ufb00-\ufb06\ufb13-\ufb17\ufb1d\ufb1f-\ufb28\ufb2a-\ufb36\ufb38-\ufb3c\ufb3e\ufb40\ufb41\ufb43\ufb44\ufb46-\ufbb1\ufbd3-\ufd3d\ufd50-\ufd8f\ufd92-\ufdc7\ufdf0-\ufdfb\ufe70-\ufe74\ufe76-\ufefc\uff21-\uff3a\uff41-\uff5a\uff66-\uffbe\uffc2-\uffc7\uffca-\uffcf\uffd2-\uffd7\uffda-\uffdc";
var nonASCIIidentifierChars = "\u200c\u200d\xb7\u0300-\u036f\u0387\u0483-\u0487\u0591-\u05bd\u05bf\u05c1\u05c2\u05c4\u05c5\u05c7\u0610-\u061a\u064b-\u0669\u0670\u06d6-\u06dc\u06df-\u06e4\u06e7\u06e8\u06ea-\u06ed\u06f0-\u06f9\u0711\u0730-\u074a\u07a6-\u07b0\u07c0-\u07c9\u07eb-\u07f3\u07fd\u0816-\u0819\u081b-\u0823\u0825-\u0827\u0829-\u082d\u0859-\u085b\u08d3-\u08e1\u08e3-\u0903\u093a-\u093c\u093e-\u094f\u0951-\u0957\u0962\u0963\u0966-\u096f\u0981-\u0983\u09bc\u09be-\u09c4\u09c7\u09c8\u09cb-\u09cd\u09d7\u09e2\u09e3\u09e6-\u09ef\u09fe\u0a01-\u0a03\u0a3c\u0a3e-\u0a42\u0a47\u0a48\u0a4b-\u0a4d\u0a51\u0a66-\u0a71\u0a75\u0a81-\u0a83\u0abc\u0abe-\u0ac5\u0ac7-\u0ac9\u0acb-\u0acd\u0ae2\u0ae3\u0ae6-\u0aef\u0afa-\u0aff\u0b01-\u0b03\u0b3c\u0b3e-\u0b44\u0b47\u0b48\u0b4b-\u0b4d\u0b56\u0b57\u0b62\u0b63\u0b66-\u0b6f\u0b82\u0bbe-\u0bc2\u0bc6-\u0bc8\u0bca-\u0bcd\u0bd7\u0be6-\u0bef\u0c00-\u0c04\u0c3e-\u0c44\u0c46-\u0c48\u0c4a-\u0c4d\u0c55\u0c56\u0c62\u0c63\u0c66-\u0c6f\u0c81-\u0c83\u0cbc\u0cbe-\u0cc4\u0cc6-\u0cc8\u0cca-\u0ccd\u0cd5\u0cd6\u0ce2\u0ce3\u0ce6-\u0cef\u0d00-\u0d03\u0d3b\u0d3c\u0d3e-\u0d44\u0d46-\u0d48\u0d4a-\u0d4d\u0d57\u0d62\u0d63\u0d66-\u0d6f\u0d82\u0d83\u0dca\u0dcf-\u0dd4\u0dd6\u0dd8-\u0ddf\u0de6-\u0def\u0df2\u0df3\u0e31\u0e34-\u0e3a\u0e47-\u0e4e\u0e50-\u0e59\u0eb1\u0eb4-\u0ebc\u0ec8-\u0ecd\u0ed0-\u0ed9\u0f18\u0f19\u0f20-\u0f29\u0f35\u0f37\u0f39\u0f3e\u0f3f\u0f71-\u0f84\u0f86\u0f87\u0f8d-\u0f97\u0f99-\u0fbc\u0fc6\u102b-\u103e\u1040-\u1049\u1056-\u1059\u105e-\u1060\u1062-\u1064\u1067-\u106d\u1071-\u1074\u1082-\u108d\u108f-\u109d\u135d-\u135f\u1369-\u1371\u1712-\u1714\u1732-\u1734\u1752\u1753\u1772\u1773\u17b4-\u17d3\u17dd\u17e0-\u17e9\u180b-\u180d\u1810-\u1819\u18a9\u1920-\u192b\u1930-\u193b\u1946-\u194f\u19d0-\u19da\u1a17-\u1a1b\u1a55-\u1a5e\u1a60-\u1a7c\u1a7f-\u1a89\u1a90-\u1a99\u1ab0-\u1abd\u1b00-\u1b04\u1b34-\u1b44\u1b50-\u1b59\u1b6b-\u1b73\u1b80-\u1b82\u1ba1-\u1bad\u1bb0-\u1bb9\u1be6-\u1bf3\u1c24-\u1c37\u1c40-\u1c49\u1c50-\u1c59\u1cd0-\u1cd2\u1cd4-\u1ce8\u1ced\u1cf4\u1cf7-\u1cf9\u1dc0-\u1df9\u1dfb-\u1dff\u203f\u2040\u2054\u20d0-\u20dc\u20e1\u20e5-\u20f0\u2cef-\u2cf1\u2d7f\u2de0-\u2dff\u302a-\u302f\u3099\u309a\ua620-\ua629\ua66f\ua674-\ua67d\ua69e\ua69f\ua6f0\ua6f1\ua802\ua806\ua80b\ua823-\ua827\ua880\ua881\ua8b4-\ua8c5\ua8d0-\ua8d9\ua8e0-\ua8f1\ua8ff-\ua909\ua926-\ua92d\ua947-\ua953\ua980-\ua983\ua9b3-\ua9c0\ua9d0-\ua9d9\ua9e5\ua9f0-\ua9f9\uaa29-\uaa36\uaa43\uaa4c\uaa4d\uaa50-\uaa59\uaa7b-\uaa7d\uaab0\uaab2-\uaab4\uaab7\uaab8\uaabe\uaabf\uaac1\uaaeb-\uaaef\uaaf5\uaaf6\uabe3-\uabea\uabec\uabed\uabf0-\uabf9\ufb1e\ufe00-\ufe0f\ufe20-\ufe2f\ufe33\ufe34\ufe4d-\ufe4f\uff10-\uff19\uff3f";
var nonASCIIidentifierStart = new RegExp("[" + nonASCIIidentifierStartChars + "]");
var nonASCIIidentifier = new RegExp("[" + nonASCIIidentifierStartChars + nonASCIIidentifierChars + "]");
nonASCIIidentifierStartChars = nonASCIIidentifierChars = null;
// These are a run-length and offset encoded representation of the
// >0xffff code points that are a valid part of identifiers. The
// offset starts at 0x10000, and each pair of numbers represents an
// offset to the next range, and then a size of the range. They were
// generated by bin/generate-identifier-regex.js
// eslint-disable-next-line comma-spacing
var astralIdentifierStartCodes = [0,11,2,25,2,18,2,1,2,14,3,13,35,122,70,52,268,28,4,48,48,31,14,29,6,37,11,29,3,35,5,7,2,4,43,157,19,35,5,35,5,39,9,51,157,310,10,21,11,7,153,5,3,0,2,43,2,1,4,0,3,22,11,22,10,30,66,18,2,1,11,21,11,25,71,55,7,1,65,0,16,3,2,2,2,28,43,28,4,28,36,7,2,27,28,53,11,21,11,18,14,17,111,72,56,50,14,50,14,35,477,28,11,0,9,21,155,22,13,52,76,44,33,24,27,35,30,0,12,34,4,0,13,47,15,3,22,0,2,0,36,17,2,24,85,6,2,0,2,3,2,14,2,9,8,46,39,7,3,1,3,21,2,6,2,1,2,4,4,0,19,0,13,4,159,52,19,3,21,0,33,47,21,1,2,0,185,46,42,3,37,47,21,0,60,42,14,0,72,26,230,43,117,63,32,0,161,7,3,38,17,0,2,0,29,0,11,39,8,0,22,0,12,45,20,0,35,56,264,8,2,36,18,0,50,29,113,6,2,1,2,37,22,0,26,5,2,1,2,31,15,0,328,18,270,921,103,110,18,195,2749,1070,4050,582,8634,568,8,30,114,29,19,47,17,3,32,20,6,18,689,63,129,74,6,0,67,12,65,1,2,0,29,6135,9,754,9486,286,50,2,18,3,9,395,2309,106,6,12,4,8,8,9,5991,84,2,70,2,1,3,0,3,1,3,3,2,11,2,0,2,6,2,64,2,3,3,7,2,6,2,27,2,3,2,4,2,0,4,6,2,339,3,24,2,24,2,30,2,24,2,30,2,24,2,30,2,24,2,30,2,24,2,7,2357,44,11,6,17,0,370,43,1301,196,60,67,8,0,1205,3,2,26,2,1,2,0,3,0,2,9,2,3,2,0,2,0,7,0,5,0,2,0,2,0,2,2,2,1,2,0,3,0,2,0,2,0,2,0,2,0,2,1,2,0,3,3,2,6,2,3,2,3,2,0,2,9,2,16,6,2,2,4,2,16,4421,42710,42,4148,12,221,3,5761,15,7472,3104,541];
// eslint-disable-next-line comma-spacing
var astralIdentifierCodes = [509,0,227,0,150,4,294,9,1368,2,2,1,6,3,41,2,5,0,166,1,574,3,9,9,525,10,176,2,54,14,32,9,16,3,46,10,54,9,7,2,37,13,2,9,6,1,45,0,13,2,49,13,9,3,4,9,83,11,7,0,161,11,6,9,7,3,56,1,2,6,3,1,3,2,10,0,11,1,3,6,4,4,193,17,10,9,5,0,82,19,13,9,214,6,3,8,28,1,83,16,16,9,82,12,9,9,84,14,5,9,243,14,166,9,232,6,3,6,4,0,29,9,41,6,2,3,9,0,10,10,47,15,406,7,2,7,17,9,57,21,2,13,123,5,4,0,2,1,2,6,2,0,9,9,49,4,2,1,2,4,9,9,330,3,19306,9,135,4,60,6,26,9,1014,0,2,54,8,3,19723,1,5319,4,4,5,9,7,3,6,31,3,149,2,1418,49,513,54,5,49,9,0,15,0,23,4,2,14,1361,6,2,16,3,6,2,1,2,4,262,6,10,9,419,13,1495,6,110,6,6,9,792487,239];
// This has a complexity linear to the value of the code. The
// assumption is that looking up astral identifier characters is
// rare.
function isInAstralSet(code, set) {
var pos = 0x10000;
for (var i = 0; i < set.length; i += 2) {
pos += set[i];
if (pos > code) { return false }
pos += set[i + 1];
if (pos >= code) { return true }
}
}
// Test whether a given character code starts an identifier.
function isIdentifierStart(code, astral) {
if (code < 65) { return code === 36 }
if (code < 91) { return true }
if (code < 97) { return code === 95 }
if (code < 123) { return true }
if (code <= 0xffff) { return code >= 0xaa && nonASCIIidentifierStart.test(String.fromCharCode(code)) }
if (astral === false) { return false }
return isInAstralSet(code, astralIdentifierStartCodes)
}
// Test whether a given character is part of an identifier.
function isIdentifierChar(code, astral) {
if (code < 48) { return code === 36 }
if (code < 58) { return true }
if (code < 65) { return false }
if (code < 91) { return true }
if (code < 97) { return code === 95 }
if (code < 123) { return true }
if (code <= 0xffff) { return code >= 0xaa && nonASCIIidentifier.test(String.fromCharCode(code)) }
if (astral === false) { return false }
return isInAstralSet(code, astralIdentifierStartCodes) || isInAstralSet(code, astralIdentifierCodes)
}
// ## Token types
// The assignment of fine-grained, information-carrying type objects
// allows the tokenizer to store the information it has about a
// token in a way that is very cheap for the parser to look up.
// All token type variables start with an underscore, to make them
// easy to recognize.
// The `beforeExpr` property is used to disambiguate between regular
// expressions and divisions. It is set on all token types that can
// be followed by an expression (thus, a slash after them would be a
// regular expression).
//
// The `startsExpr` property is used to check if the token ends a
// `yield` expression. It is set on all token types that either can
// directly start an expression (like a quotation mark) or can
// continue an expression (like the body of a string).
//
// `isLoop` marks a keyword as starting a loop, which is important
// to know when parsing a label, in order to allow or disallow
// continue jumps to that label.
var TokenType = function TokenType(label, conf) {
if ( conf === void 0 ) conf = {};
this.label = label;
this.keyword = conf.keyword;
this.beforeExpr = !!conf.beforeExpr;
this.startsExpr = !!conf.startsExpr;
this.isLoop = !!conf.isLoop;
this.isAssign = !!conf.isAssign;
this.prefix = !!conf.prefix;
this.postfix = !!conf.postfix;
this.binop = conf.binop || null;
this.updateContext = null;
};
function binop(name, prec) {
return new TokenType(name, {beforeExpr: true, binop: prec})
}
var beforeExpr = {beforeExpr: true}, startsExpr = {startsExpr: true};
// Map keyword names to token types.
var keywords$1 = {};
// Succinct definitions of keyword token types
function kw(name, options) {
if ( options === void 0 ) options = {};
options.keyword = name;
return keywords$1[name] = new TokenType(name, options)
}
var types = {
num: new TokenType("num", startsExpr),
regexp: new TokenType("regexp", startsExpr),
string: new TokenType("string", startsExpr),
name: new TokenType("name", startsExpr),
eof: new TokenType("eof"),
// Punctuation token types.
bracketL: new TokenType("[", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
bracketR: new TokenType("]"),
braceL: new TokenType("{", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
braceR: new TokenType("}"),
parenL: new TokenType("(", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
parenR: new TokenType(")"),
comma: new TokenType(",", beforeExpr),
semi: new TokenType(";", beforeExpr),
colon: new TokenType(":", beforeExpr),
dot: new TokenType("."),
question: new TokenType("?", beforeExpr),
arrow: new TokenType("=>", beforeExpr),
template: new TokenType("template"),
invalidTemplate: new TokenType("invalidTemplate"),
ellipsis: new TokenType("...", beforeExpr),
backQuote: new TokenType("`", startsExpr),
dollarBraceL: new TokenType("${", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
// Operators. These carry several kinds of properties to help the
// parser use them properly (the presence of these properties is
// what categorizes them as operators).
//
// `binop`, when present, specifies that this operator is a binary
// operator, and will refer to its precedence.
//
// `prefix` and `postfix` mark the operator as a prefix or postfix
// unary operator.
//
// `isAssign` marks all of `=`, `+=`, `-=` etcetera, which act as
// binary operators with a very low precedence, that should result
// in AssignmentExpression nodes.
eq: new TokenType("=", {beforeExpr: true, isAssign: true}),
assign: new TokenType("_=", {beforeExpr: true, isAssign: true}),
incDec: new TokenType("++/--", {prefix: true, postfix: true, startsExpr: true}),
prefix: new TokenType("!/~", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true}),
logicalOR: binop("||", 1),
logicalAND: binop("&&", 2),
bitwiseOR: binop("|", 3),
bitwiseXOR: binop("^", 4),
bitwiseAND: binop("&", 5),
equality: binop("==/!=/===/!==", 6),
relational: binop("</>/<=/>=", 7),
bitShift: binop("<</>>/>>>", 8),
plusMin: new TokenType("+/-", {beforeExpr: true, binop: 9, prefix: true, startsExpr: true}),
modulo: binop("%", 10),
star: binop("*", 10),
slash: binop("/", 10),
starstar: new TokenType("**", {beforeExpr: true}),
// Keyword token types.
_break: kw("break"),
_case: kw("case", beforeExpr),
_catch: kw("catch"),
_continue: kw("continue"),
_debugger: kw("debugger"),
_default: kw("default", beforeExpr),
_do: kw("do", {isLoop: true, beforeExpr: true}),
_else: kw("else", beforeExpr),
_finally: kw("finally"),
_for: kw("for", {isLoop: true}),
_function: kw("function", startsExpr),
_if: kw("if"),
_return: kw("return", beforeExpr),
_switch: kw("switch"),
_throw: kw("throw", beforeExpr),
_try: kw("try"),
_var: kw("var"),
_const: kw("const"),
_while: kw("while", {isLoop: true}),
_with: kw("with"),
_new: kw("new", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
_this: kw("this", startsExpr),
_super: kw("super", startsExpr),
_class: kw("class", startsExpr),
_extends: kw("extends", beforeExpr),
_export: kw("export"),
_import: kw("import", startsExpr),
_null: kw("null", startsExpr),
_true: kw("true", startsExpr),
_false: kw("false", startsExpr),
_in: kw("in", {beforeExpr: true, binop: 7}),
_instanceof: kw("instanceof", {beforeExpr: true, binop: 7}),
_typeof: kw("typeof", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true}),
_void: kw("void", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true}),
_delete: kw("delete", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true})
};
// Matches a whole line break (where CRLF is considered a single
// line break). Used to count lines.
var lineBreak = /\r\n?|\n|\u2028|\u2029/;
var lineBreakG = new RegExp(lineBreak.source, "g");
function isNewLine(code, ecma2019String) {
return code === 10 || code === 13 || (!ecma2019String && (code === 0x2028 || code === 0x2029))
}
var nonASCIIwhitespace = /[\u1680\u2000-\u200a\u202f\u205f\u3000\ufeff]/;
var skipWhiteSpace = /(?:\s|\/\/.*|\/\*[^]*?\*\/)*/g;
var ref = Object.prototype;
var hasOwnProperty = ref.hasOwnProperty;
var toString = ref.toString;
// Checks if an object has a property.
function has(obj, propName) {
return hasOwnProperty.call(obj, propName)
}
var isArray = Array.isArray || (function (obj) { return (
toString.call(obj) === "[object Array]"
); });
function wordsRegexp(words) {
return new RegExp("^(?:" + words.replace(/ /g, "|") + ")$")
}
// These are used when `options.locations` is on, for the
// `startLoc` and `endLoc` properties.
var Position = function Position(line, col) {
this.line = line;
this.column = col;
};
Position.prototype.offset = function offset (n) {
return new Position(this.line, this.column + n)
};
var SourceLocation = function SourceLocation(p, start, end) {
this.start = start;
this.end = end;
if (p.sourceFile !== null) { this.source = p.sourceFile; }
};
// The `getLineInfo` function is mostly useful when the
// `locations` option is off (for performance reasons) and you
// want to find the line/column position for a given character
// offset. `input` should be the code string that the offset refers
// into.
function getLineInfo(input, offset) {
for (var line = 1, cur = 0;;) {
lineBreakG.lastIndex = cur;
var match = lineBreakG.exec(input);
if (match && match.index < offset) {
++line;
cur = match.index + match[0].length;
} else {
return new Position(line, offset - cur)
}
}
}
// A second optional argument can be given to further configure
// the parser process. These options are recognized:
var defaultOptions = {
// `ecmaVersion` indicates the ECMAScript version to parse. Must be
// either 3, 5, 6 (2015), 7 (2016), 8 (2017), 9 (2018), or 10
// (2019). This influences support for strict mode, the set of
// reserved words, and support for new syntax features. The default
// is 10.
ecmaVersion: 10,
// `sourceType` indicates the mode the code should be parsed in.
// Can be either `"script"` or `"module"`. This influences global
// strict mode and parsing of `import` and `export` declarations.
sourceType: "script",
// `onInsertedSemicolon` can be a callback that will be called
// when a semicolon is automatically inserted. It will be passed
// the position of the comma as an offset, and if `locations` is
// enabled, it is given the location as a `{line, column}` object
// as second argument.
onInsertedSemicolon: null,
// `onTrailingComma` is similar to `onInsertedSemicolon`, but for
// trailing commas.
onTrailingComma: null,
// By default, reserved words are only enforced if ecmaVersion >= 5.
// Set `allowReserved` to a boolean value to explicitly turn this on
// an off. When this option has the value "never", reserved words
// and keywords can also not be used as property names.
allowReserved: null,
// When enabled, a return at the top level is not considered an
// error.
allowReturnOutsideFunction: false,
// When enabled, import/export statements are not constrained to
// appearing at the top of the program.
allowImportExportEverywhere: false,
// When enabled, await identifiers are allowed to appear at the top-level scope,
// but they are still not allowed in non-async functions.
allowAwaitOutsideFunction: false,
// When enabled, hashbang directive in the beginning of file
// is allowed and treated as a line comment.
allowHashBang: false,
// When `locations` is on, `loc` properties holding objects with
// `start` and `end` properties in `{line, column}` form (with
// line being 1-based and column 0-based) will be attached to the
// nodes.
locations: false,
// A function can be passed as `onToken` option, which will
// cause Acorn to call that function with object in the same
// format as tokens returned from `tokenizer().getToken()`. Note
// that you are not allowed to call the parser from the
// callback—that will corrupt its internal state.
onToken: null,
// A function can be passed as `onComment` option, which will
// cause Acorn to call that function with `(block, text, start,
// end)` parameters whenever a comment is skipped. `block` is a
// boolean indicating whether this is a block (`/* */`) comment,
// `text` is the content of the comment, and `start` and `end` are
// character offsets that denote the start and end of the comment.
// When the `locations` option is on, two more parameters are
// passed, the full `{line, column}` locations of the start and
// end of the comments. Note that you are not allowed to call the
// parser from the callback—that will corrupt its internal state.
onComment: null,
// Nodes have their start and end characters offsets recorded in
// `start` and `end` properties (directly on the node, rather than
// the `loc` object, which holds line/column data. To also add a
// [semi-standardized][range] `range` property holding a `[start,
// end]` array with the same numbers, set the `ranges` option to
// `true`.
//
// [range]: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=745678
ranges: false,
// It is possible to parse multiple files into a single AST by
// passing the tree produced by parsing the first file as
// `program` option in subsequent parses. This will add the
// toplevel forms of the parsed file to the `Program` (top) node
// of an existing parse tree.
program: null,
// When `locations` is on, you can pass this to record the source
// file in every node's `loc` object.
sourceFile: null,
// This value, if given, is stored in every node, whether
// `locations` is on or off.
directSourceFile: null,
// When enabled, parenthesized expressions are represented by
// (non-standard) ParenthesizedExpression nodes
preserveParens: false
};
// Interpret and default an options object
function getOptions(opts) {
var options = {};
for (var opt in defaultOptions)
{ options[opt] = opts && has(opts, opt) ? opts[opt] : defaultOptions[opt]; }
if (options.ecmaVersion >= 2015)
{ options.ecmaVersion -= 2009; }
if (options.allowReserved == null)
{ options.allowReserved = options.ecmaVersion < 5; }
if (isArray(options.onToken)) {
var tokens = options.onToken;
options.onToken = function (token) { return tokens.push(token); };
}
if (isArray(options.onComment))
{ options.onComment = pushComment(options, options.onComment); }
return options
}
function pushComment(options, array) {
return function(block, text, start, end, startLoc, endLoc) {
var comment = {
type: block ? "Block" : "Line",
value: text,
start: start,
end: end
};
if (options.locations)
{ comment.loc = new SourceLocation(this, startLoc, endLoc); }
if (options.ranges)
{ comment.range = [start, end]; }
array.push(comment);
}
}
// Each scope gets a bitset that may contain these flags
var
SCOPE_TOP = 1,
SCOPE_FUNCTION = 2,
SCOPE_VAR = SCOPE_TOP | SCOPE_FUNCTION,
SCOPE_ASYNC = 4,
SCOPE_GENERATOR = 8,
SCOPE_ARROW = 16,
SCOPE_SIMPLE_CATCH = 32,
SCOPE_SUPER = 64,
SCOPE_DIRECT_SUPER = 128;
function functionFlags(async, generator) {
return SCOPE_FUNCTION | (async ? SCOPE_ASYNC : 0) | (generator ? SCOPE_GENERATOR : 0)
}
// Used in checkLVal and declareName to determine the type of a binding
var
BIND_NONE = 0, // Not a binding
BIND_VAR = 1, // Var-style binding
BIND_LEXICAL = 2, // Let- or const-style binding
BIND_FUNCTION = 3, // Function declaration
BIND_SIMPLE_CATCH = 4, // Simple (identifier pattern) catch binding
BIND_OUTSIDE = 5; // Special case for function names as bound inside the function
var Parser = function Parser(options, input, startPos) {
this.options = options = getOptions(options);
this.sourceFile = options.sourceFile;
this.keywords = wordsRegexp(keywords[options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? 6 : options.sourceType === "module" ? "5module" : 5]);
var reserved = "";
if (options.allowReserved !== true) {
for (var v = options.ecmaVersion;; v--)
{ if (reserved = reservedWords[v]) { break } }
if (options.sourceType === "module") { reserved += " await"; }
}
this.reservedWords = wordsRegexp(reserved);
var reservedStrict = (reserved ? reserved + " " : "") + reservedWords.strict;
this.reservedWordsStrict = wordsRegexp(reservedStrict);
this.reservedWordsStrictBind = wordsRegexp(reservedStrict + " " + reservedWords.strictBind);
this.input = String(input);
// Used to signal to callers of `readWord1` whether the word
// contained any escape sequences. This is needed because words with
// escape sequences must not be interpreted as keywords.
this.containsEsc = false;
// Set up token state
// The current position of the tokenizer in the input.
if (startPos) {
this.pos = startPos;
this.lineStart = this.input.lastIndexOf("\n", startPos - 1) + 1;
this.curLine = this.input.slice(0, this.lineStart).split(lineBreak).length;
} else {
this.pos = this.lineStart = 0;
this.curLine = 1;
}
// Properties of the current token:
// Its type
this.type = types.eof;
// For tokens that include more information than their type, the value
this.value = null;
// Its start and end offset
this.start = this.end = this.pos;
// And, if locations are used, the {line, column} object
// corresponding to those offsets
this.startLoc = this.endLoc = this.curPosition();
// Position information for the previous token
this.lastTokEndLoc = this.lastTokStartLoc = null;
this.lastTokStart = this.lastTokEnd = this.pos;
// The context stack is used to superficially track syntactic
// context to predict whether a regular expression is allowed in a
// given position.
this.context = this.initialContext();
this.exprAllowed = true;
// Figure out if it's a module code.
this.inModule = options.sourceType === "module";
this.strict = this.inModule || this.strictDirective(this.pos);
// Used to signify the start of a potential arrow function
this.potentialArrowAt = -1;
// Positions to delayed-check that yield/await does not exist in default parameters.
this.yieldPos = this.awaitPos = this.awaitIdentPos = 0;
// Labels in scope.
this.labels = [];
// Thus-far undefined exports.
this.undefinedExports = {};
// If enabled, skip leading hashbang line.
if (this.pos === 0 && options.allowHashBang && this.input.slice(0, 2) === "#!")
{ this.skipLineComment(2); }
// Scope tracking for duplicate variable names (see scope.js)
this.scopeStack = [];
this.enterScope(SCOPE_TOP);
// For RegExp validation
this.regexpState = null;
};
var prototypeAccessors = { inFunction: { configurable: true },inGenerator: { configurable: true },inAsync: { configurable: true },allowSuper: { configurable: true },allowDirectSuper: { configurable: true },treatFunctionsAsVar: { configurable: true } };
Parser.prototype.parse = function parse () {
var node = this.options.program || this.startNode();
this.nextToken();
return this.parseTopLevel(node)
};
prototypeAccessors.inFunction.get = function () { return (this.currentVarScope().flags & SCOPE_FUNCTION) > 0 };
prototypeAccessors.inGenerator.get = function () { return (this.currentVarScope().flags & SCOPE_GENERATOR) > 0 };
prototypeAccessors.inAsync.get = function () { return (this.currentVarScope().flags & SCOPE_ASYNC) > 0 };
prototypeAccessors.allowSuper.get = function () { return (this.currentThisScope().flags & SCOPE_SUPER) > 0 };
prototypeAccessors.allowDirectSuper.get = function () { return (this.currentThisScope().flags & SCOPE_DIRECT_SUPER) > 0 };
prototypeAccessors.treatFunctionsAsVar.get = function () { return this.treatFunctionsAsVarInScope(this.currentScope()) };
// Switch to a getter for 7.0.0.
Parser.prototype.inNonArrowFunction = function inNonArrowFunction () { return (this.currentThisScope().flags & SCOPE_FUNCTION) > 0 };
Parser.extend = function extend () {
var plugins = [], len = arguments.length;
while ( len-- ) plugins[ len ] = arguments[ len ];
var cls = this;
for (var i = 0; i < plugins.length; i++) { cls = plugins[i](cls); }
return cls
};
Parser.parse = function parse (input, options) {
return new this(options, input).parse()
};
Parser.parseExpressionAt = function parseExpressionAt (input, pos, options) {
var parser = new this(options, input, pos);
parser.nextToken();
return parser.parseExpression()
};
Parser.tokenizer = function tokenizer (input, options) {
return new this(options, input)
};
Object.defineProperties( Parser.prototype, prototypeAccessors );
var pp = Parser.prototype;
// ## Parser utilities
var literal = /^(?:'((?:\\.|[^'])*?)'|"((?:\\.|[^"])*?)")/;
pp.strictDirective = function(start) {
for (;;) {
// Try to find string literal.
skipWhiteSpace.lastIndex = start;
start += skipWhiteSpace.exec(this.input)[0].length;
var match = literal.exec(this.input.slice(start));
if (!match) { return false }
if ((match[1] || match[2]) === "use strict") { return true }
start += match[0].length;
// Skip semicolon, if any.
skipWhiteSpace.lastIndex = start;
start += skipWhiteSpace.exec(this.input)[0].length;
if (this.input[start] === ";")
{ start++; }
}
};
// Predicate that tests whether the next token is of the given
// type, and if yes, consumes it as a side effect.
pp.eat = function(type) {
if (this.type === type) {
this.next();
return true
} else {
return false
}
};
// Tests whether parsed token is a contextual keyword.
pp.isContextual = function(name) {
return this.type === types.name && this.value === name && !this.containsEsc
};
// Consumes contextual keyword if possible.
pp.eatContextual = function(name) {
if (!this.isContextual(name)) { return false }
this.next();
return true
};
// Asserts that following token is given contextual keyword.
pp.expectContextual = function(name) {
if (!this.eatContextual(name)) { this.unexpected(); }
};
// Test whether a semicolon can be inserted at the current position.
pp.canInsertSemicolon = function() {
return this.type === types.eof ||
this.type === types.braceR ||
lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start))
};
pp.insertSemicolon = function() {
if (this.canInsertSemicolon()) {
if (this.options.onInsertedSemicolon)
{ this.options.onInsertedSemicolon(this.lastTokEnd, this.lastTokEndLoc); }
return true
}
};
// Consume a semicolon, or, failing that, see if we are allowed to
// pretend that there is a semicolon at this position.
pp.semicolon = function() {
if (!this.eat(types.semi) && !this.insertSemicolon()) { this.unexpected(); }
};
pp.afterTrailingComma = function(tokType, notNext) {
if (this.type === tokType) {
if (this.options.onTrailingComma)
{ this.options.onTrailingComma(this.lastTokStart, this.lastTokStartLoc); }
if (!notNext)
{ this.next(); }
return true
}
};
// Expect a token of a given type. If found, consume it, otherwise,
// raise an unexpected token error.
pp.expect = function(type) {
this.eat(type) || this.unexpected();
};
// Raise an unexpected token error.
pp.unexpected = function(pos) {
this.raise(pos != null ? pos : this.start, "Unexpected token");
};
function DestructuringErrors() {
this.shorthandAssign =
this.trailingComma =
this.parenthesizedAssign =
this.parenthesizedBind =
this.doubleProto =
-1;
}
pp.checkPatternErrors = function(refDestructuringErrors, isAssign) {
if (!refDestructuringErrors) { return }
if (refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma > -1)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma, "Comma is not permitted after the rest element"); }
var parens = isAssign ? refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign : refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind;
if (parens > -1) { this.raiseRecoverable(parens, "Parenthesized pattern"); }
};
pp.checkExpressionErrors = function(refDestructuringErrors, andThrow) {
if (!refDestructuringErrors) { return false }
var shorthandAssign = refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign;
var doubleProto = refDestructuringErrors.doubleProto;
if (!andThrow) { return shorthandAssign >= 0 || doubleProto >= 0 }
if (shorthandAssign >= 0)
{ this.raise(shorthandAssign, "Shorthand property assignments are valid only in destructuring patterns"); }
if (doubleProto >= 0)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(doubleProto, "Redefinition of __proto__ property"); }
};
pp.checkYieldAwaitInDefaultParams = function() {
if (this.yieldPos && (!this.awaitPos || this.yieldPos < this.awaitPos))
{ this.raise(this.yieldPos, "Yield expression cannot be a default value"); }
if (this.awaitPos)
{ this.raise(this.awaitPos, "Await expression cannot be a default value"); }
};
pp.isSimpleAssignTarget = function(expr) {
if (expr.type === "ParenthesizedExpression")
{ return this.isSimpleAssignTarget(expr.expression) }
return expr.type === "Identifier" || expr.type === "MemberExpression"
};
var pp$1 = Parser.prototype;
// ### Statement parsing
// Parse a program. Initializes the parser, reads any number of
// statements, and wraps them in a Program node. Optionally takes a
// `program` argument. If present, the statements will be appended
// to its body instead of creating a new node.
pp$1.parseTopLevel = function(node) {
var exports = {};
if (!node.body) { node.body = []; }
while (this.type !== types.eof) {
var stmt = this.parseStatement(null, true, exports);
node.body.push(stmt);
}
if (this.inModule)
{ for (var i = 0, list = Object.keys(this.undefinedExports); i < list.length; i += 1)
{
var name = list[i];
this.raiseRecoverable(this.undefinedExports[name].start, ("Export '" + name + "' is not defined"));
} }
this.adaptDirectivePrologue(node.body);
this.next();
node.sourceType = this.options.sourceType;
return this.finishNode(node, "Program")
};
var loopLabel = {kind: "loop"}, switchLabel = {kind: "switch"};
pp$1.isLet = function(context) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 6 || !this.isContextual("let")) { return false }
skipWhiteSpace.lastIndex = this.pos;
var skip = skipWhiteSpace.exec(this.input);
var next = this.pos + skip[0].length, nextCh = this.input.charCodeAt(next);
// For ambiguous cases, determine if a LexicalDeclaration (or only a
// Statement) is allowed here. If context is not empty then only a Statement
// is allowed. However, `let [` is an explicit negative lookahead for
// ExpressionStatement, so special-case it first.
if (nextCh === 91) { return true } // '['
if (context) { return false }
if (nextCh === 123) { return true } // '{'
if (isIdentifierStart(nextCh, true)) {
var pos = next + 1;
while (isIdentifierChar(this.input.charCodeAt(pos), true)) { ++pos; }
var ident = this.input.slice(next, pos);
if (!keywordRelationalOperator.test(ident)) { return true }
}
return false
};
// check 'async [no LineTerminator here] function'
// - 'async /*foo*/ function' is OK.
// - 'async /*\n*/ function' is invalid.
pp$1.isAsyncFunction = function() {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 8 || !this.isContextual("async"))
{ return false }
skipWhiteSpace.lastIndex = this.pos;
var skip = skipWhiteSpace.exec(this.input);
var next = this.pos + skip[0].length;
return !lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.pos, next)) &&
this.input.slice(next, next + 8) === "function" &&
(next + 8 === this.input.length || !isIdentifierChar(this.input.charAt(next + 8)))
};
// Parse a single statement.
//
// If expecting a statement and finding a slash operator, parse a
// regular expression literal. This is to handle cases like
// `if (foo) /blah/.exec(foo)`, where looking at the previous token
// does not help.
pp$1.parseStatement = function(context, topLevel, exports) {
var starttype = this.type, node = this.startNode(), kind;
if (this.isLet(context)) {
starttype = types._var;
kind = "let";
}
// Most types of statements are recognized by the keyword they
// start with. Many are trivial to parse, some require a bit of
// complexity.
switch (starttype) {
case types._break: case types._continue: return this.parseBreakContinueStatement(node, starttype.keyword)
case types._debugger: return this.parseDebuggerStatement(node)
case types._do: return this.parseDoStatement(node)
case types._for: return this.parseForStatement(node)
case types._function:
// Function as sole body of either an if statement or a labeled statement
// works, but not when it is part of a labeled statement that is the sole
// body of an if statement.
if ((context && (this.strict || context !== "if" && context !== "label")) && this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) { this.unexpected(); }
return this.parseFunctionStatement(node, false, !context)
case types._class:
if (context) { this.unexpected(); }
return this.parseClass(node, true)
case types._if: return this.parseIfStatement(node)
case types._return: return this.parseReturnStatement(node)
case types._switch: return this.parseSwitchStatement(node)
case types._throw: return this.parseThrowStatement(node)
case types._try: return this.parseTryStatement(node)
case types._const: case types._var:
kind = kind || this.value;
if (context && kind !== "var") { this.unexpected(); }
return this.parseVarStatement(node, kind)
case types._while: return this.parseWhileStatement(node)
case types._with: return this.parseWithStatement(node)
case types.braceL: return this.parseBlock(true, node)
case types.semi: return this.parseEmptyStatement(node)
case types._export:
case types._import:
if (this.options.ecmaVersion > 10 && starttype === types._import) {
skipWhiteSpace.lastIndex = this.pos;
var skip = skipWhiteSpace.exec(this.input);
var next = this.pos + skip[0].length, nextCh = this.input.charCodeAt(next);
if (nextCh === 40) // '('
{ return this.parseExpressionStatement(node, this.parseExpression()) }
}
if (!this.options.allowImportExportEverywhere) {
if (!topLevel)
{ this.raise(this.start, "'import' and 'export' may only appear at the top level"); }
if (!this.inModule)
{ this.raise(this.start, "'import' and 'export' may appear only with 'sourceType: module'"); }
}
return starttype === types._import ? this.parseImport(node) : this.parseExport(node, exports)
// If the statement does not start with a statement keyword or a
// brace, it's an ExpressionStatement or LabeledStatement. We
// simply start parsing an expression, and afterwards, if the
// next token is a colon and the expression was a simple
// Identifier node, we switch to interpreting it as a label.
default:
if (this.isAsyncFunction()) {
if (context) { this.unexpected(); }
this.next();
return this.parseFunctionStatement(node, true, !context)
}
var maybeName = this.value, expr = this.parseExpression();
if (starttype === types.name && expr.type === "Identifier" && this.eat(types.colon))
{ return this.parseLabeledStatement(node, maybeName, expr, context) }
else { return this.parseExpressionStatement(node, expr) }
}
};
pp$1.parseBreakContinueStatement = function(node, keyword) {
var isBreak = keyword === "break";
this.next();
if (this.eat(types.semi) || this.insertSemicolon()) { node.label = null; }
else if (this.type !== types.name) { this.unexpected(); }
else {
node.label = this.parseIdent();
this.semicolon();
}
// Verify that there is an actual destination to break or
// continue to.
var i = 0;
for (; i < this.labels.length; ++i) {
var lab = this.labels[i];
if (node.label == null || lab.name === node.label.name) {
if (lab.kind != null && (isBreak || lab.kind === "loop")) { break }
if (node.label && isBreak) { break }
}
}
if (i === this.labels.length) { this.raise(node.start, "Unsyntactic " + keyword); }
return this.finishNode(node, isBreak ? "BreakStatement" : "ContinueStatement")
};
pp$1.parseDebuggerStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
this.semicolon();
return this.finishNode(node, "DebuggerStatement")
};
pp$1.parseDoStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
this.labels.push(loopLabel);
node.body = this.parseStatement("do");
this.labels.pop();
this.expect(types._while);
node.test = this.parseParenExpression();
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6)
{ this.eat(types.semi); }
else
{ this.semicolon(); }
return this.finishNode(node, "DoWhileStatement")
};
// Disambiguating between a `for` and a `for`/`in` or `for`/`of`
// loop is non-trivial. Basically, we have to parse the init `var`
// statement or expression, disallowing the `in` operator (see
// the second parameter to `parseExpression`), and then check
// whether the next token is `in` or `of`. When there is no init
// part (semicolon immediately after the opening parenthesis), it
// is a regular `for` loop.
pp$1.parseForStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
var awaitAt = (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && (this.inAsync || (!this.inFunction && this.options.allowAwaitOutsideFunction)) && this.eatContextual("await")) ? this.lastTokStart : -1;
this.labels.push(loopLabel);
this.enterScope(0);
this.expect(types.parenL);
if (this.type === types.semi) {
if (awaitAt > -1) { this.unexpected(awaitAt); }
return this.parseFor(node, null)
}
var isLet = this.isLet();
if (this.type === types._var || this.type === types._const || isLet) {
var init$1 = this.startNode(), kind = isLet ? "let" : this.value;
this.next();
this.parseVar(init$1, true, kind);
this.finishNode(init$1, "VariableDeclaration");
if ((this.type === types._in || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.isContextual("of"))) && init$1.declarations.length === 1) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9) {
if (this.type === types._in) {
if (awaitAt > -1) { this.unexpected(awaitAt); }
} else { node.await = awaitAt > -1; }
}
return this.parseForIn(node, init$1)
}
if (awaitAt > -1) { this.unexpected(awaitAt); }
return this.parseFor(node, init$1)
}
var refDestructuringErrors = new DestructuringErrors;
var init = this.parseExpression(true, refDestructuringErrors);
if (this.type === types._in || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.isContextual("of"))) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9) {
if (this.type === types._in) {
if (awaitAt > -1) { this.unexpected(awaitAt); }
} else { node.await = awaitAt > -1; }
}
this.toAssignable(init, false, refDestructuringErrors);
this.checkLVal(init);
return this.parseForIn(node, init)
} else {
this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true);
}
if (awaitAt > -1) { this.unexpected(awaitAt); }
return this.parseFor(node, init)
};
pp$1.parseFunctionStatement = function(node, isAsync, declarationPosition) {
this.next();
return this.parseFunction(node, FUNC_STATEMENT | (declarationPosition ? 0 : FUNC_HANGING_STATEMENT), false, isAsync)
};
pp$1.parseIfStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
node.test = this.parseParenExpression();
// allow function declarations in branches, but only in non-strict mode
node.consequent = this.parseStatement("if");
node.alternate = this.eat(types._else) ? this.parseStatement("if") : null;
return this.finishNode(node, "IfStatement")
};
pp$1.parseReturnStatement = function(node) {
if (!this.inFunction && !this.options.allowReturnOutsideFunction)
{ this.raise(this.start, "'return' outside of function"); }
this.next();
// In `return` (and `break`/`continue`), the keywords with
// optional arguments, we eagerly look for a semicolon or the
// possibility to insert one.
if (this.eat(types.semi) || this.insertSemicolon()) { node.argument = null; }
else { node.argument = this.parseExpression(); this.semicolon(); }
return this.finishNode(node, "ReturnStatement")
};
pp$1.parseSwitchStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
node.discriminant = this.parseParenExpression();
node.cases = [];
this.expect(types.braceL);
this.labels.push(switchLabel);
this.enterScope(0);
// Statements under must be grouped (by label) in SwitchCase
// nodes. `cur` is used to keep the node that we are currently
// adding statements to.
var cur;
for (var sawDefault = false; this.type !== types.braceR;) {
if (this.type === types._case || this.type === types._default) {
var isCase = this.type === types._case;
if (cur) { this.finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase"); }
node.cases.push(cur = this.startNode());
cur.consequent = [];
this.next();
if (isCase) {
cur.test = this.parseExpression();
} else {
if (sawDefault) { this.raiseRecoverable(this.lastTokStart, "Multiple default clauses"); }
sawDefault = true;
cur.test = null;
}
this.expect(types.colon);
} else {
if (!cur) { this.unexpected(); }
cur.consequent.push(this.parseStatement(null));
}
}
this.exitScope();
if (cur) { this.finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase"); }
this.next(); // Closing brace
this.labels.pop();
return this.finishNode(node, "SwitchStatement")
};
pp$1.parseThrowStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
if (lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start)))
{ this.raise(this.lastTokEnd, "Illegal newline after throw"); }
node.argument = this.parseExpression();
this.semicolon();
return this.finishNode(node, "ThrowStatement")
};
// Reused empty array added for node fields that are always empty.
var empty = [];
pp$1.parseTryStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
node.block = this.parseBlock();
node.handler = null;
if (this.type === types._catch) {
var clause = this.startNode();
this.next();
if (this.eat(types.parenL)) {
clause.param = this.parseBindingAtom();
var simple = clause.param.type === "Identifier";
this.enterScope(simple ? SCOPE_SIMPLE_CATCH : 0);
this.checkLVal(clause.param, simple ? BIND_SIMPLE_CATCH : BIND_LEXICAL);
this.expect(types.parenR);
} else {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 10) { this.unexpected(); }
clause.param = null;
this.enterScope(0);
}
clause.body = this.parseBlock(false);
this.exitScope();
node.handler = this.finishNode(clause, "CatchClause");
}
node.finalizer = this.eat(types._finally) ? this.parseBlock() : null;
if (!node.handler && !node.finalizer)
{ this.raise(node.start, "Missing catch or finally clause"); }
return this.finishNode(node, "TryStatement")
};
pp$1.parseVarStatement = function(node, kind) {
this.next();
this.parseVar(node, false, kind);
this.semicolon();
return this.finishNode(node, "VariableDeclaration")
};
pp$1.parseWhileStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
node.test = this.parseParenExpression();
this.labels.push(loopLabel);
node.body = this.parseStatement("while");
this.labels.pop();
return this.finishNode(node, "WhileStatement")
};
pp$1.parseWithStatement = function(node) {
if (this.strict) { this.raise(this.start, "'with' in strict mode"); }
this.next();
node.object = this.parseParenExpression();
node.body = this.parseStatement("with");
return this.finishNode(node, "WithStatement")
};
pp$1.parseEmptyStatement = function(node) {
this.next();
return this.finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement")
};
pp$1.parseLabeledStatement = function(node, maybeName, expr, context) {
for (var i$1 = 0, list = this.labels; i$1 < list.length; i$1 += 1)
{
var label = list[i$1];
if (label.name === maybeName)
{ this.raise(expr.start, "Label '" + maybeName + "' is already declared");
} }
var kind = this.type.isLoop ? "loop" : this.type === types._switch ? "switch" : null;
for (var i = this.labels.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
var label$1 = this.labels[i];
if (label$1.statementStart === node.start) {
// Update information about previous labels on this node
label$1.statementStart = this.start;
label$1.kind = kind;
} else { break }
}
this.labels.push({name: maybeName, kind: kind, statementStart: this.start});
node.body = this.parseStatement(context ? context.indexOf("label") === -1 ? context + "label" : context : "label");
this.labels.pop();
node.label = expr;
return this.finishNode(node, "LabeledStatement")
};
pp$1.parseExpressionStatement = function(node, expr) {
node.expression = expr;
this.semicolon();
return this.finishNode(node, "ExpressionStatement")
};
// Parse a semicolon-enclosed block of statements, handling `"use
// strict"` declarations when `allowStrict` is true (used for
// function bodies).
pp$1.parseBlock = function(createNewLexicalScope, node) {
if ( createNewLexicalScope === void 0 ) createNewLexicalScope = true;
if ( node === void 0 ) node = this.startNode();
node.body = [];
this.expect(types.braceL);
if (createNewLexicalScope) { this.enterScope(0); }
while (!this.eat(types.braceR)) {
var stmt = this.parseStatement(null);
node.body.push(stmt);
}
if (createNewLexicalScope) { this.exitScope(); }
return this.finishNode(node, "BlockStatement")
};
// Parse a regular `for` loop. The disambiguation code in
// `parseStatement` will already have parsed the init statement or
// expression.
pp$1.parseFor = function(node, init) {
node.init = init;
this.expect(types.semi);
node.test = this.type === types.semi ? null : this.parseExpression();
this.expect(types.semi);
node.update = this.type === types.parenR ? null : this.parseExpression();
this.expect(types.parenR);
node.body = this.parseStatement("for");
this.exitScope();
this.labels.pop();
return this.finishNode(node, "ForStatement")
};
// Parse a `for`/`in` and `for`/`of` loop, which are almost
// same from parser's perspective.
pp$1.parseForIn = function(node, init) {
var isForIn = this.type === types._in;
this.next();
if (
init.type === "VariableDeclaration" &&
init.declarations[0].init != null &&
(
!isForIn ||
this.options.ecmaVersion < 8 ||
this.strict ||
init.kind !== "var" ||
init.declarations[0].id.type !== "Identifier"
)
) {
this.raise(
init.start,
((isForIn ? "for-in" : "for-of") + " loop variable declaration may not have an initializer")
);
} else if (init.type === "AssignmentPattern") {
this.raise(init.start, "Invalid left-hand side in for-loop");
}
node.left = init;
node.right = isForIn ? this.parseExpression() : this.parseMaybeAssign();
this.expect(types.parenR);
node.body = this.parseStatement("for");
this.exitScope();
this.labels.pop();
return this.finishNode(node, isForIn ? "ForInStatement" : "ForOfStatement")
};
// Parse a list of variable declarations.
pp$1.parseVar = function(node, isFor, kind) {
node.declarations = [];
node.kind = kind;
for (;;) {
var decl = this.startNode();
this.parseVarId(decl, kind);
if (this.eat(types.eq)) {
decl.init = this.parseMaybeAssign(isFor);
} else if (kind === "const" && !(this.type === types._in || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.isContextual("of")))) {
this.unexpected();
} else if (decl.id.type !== "Identifier" && !(isFor && (this.type === types._in || this.isContextual("of")))) {
this.raise(this.lastTokEnd, "Complex binding patterns require an initialization value");
} else {
decl.init = null;
}
node.declarations.push(this.finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
if (!this.eat(types.comma)) { break }
}
return node
};
pp$1.parseVarId = function(decl, kind) {
decl.id = this.parseBindingAtom();
this.checkLVal(decl.id, kind === "var" ? BIND_VAR : BIND_LEXICAL, false);
};
var FUNC_STATEMENT = 1, FUNC_HANGING_STATEMENT = 2, FUNC_NULLABLE_ID = 4;
// Parse a function declaration or literal (depending on the
// `statement & FUNC_STATEMENT`).
// Remove `allowExpressionBody` for 7.0.0, as it is only called with false
pp$1.parseFunction = function(node, statement, allowExpressionBody, isAsync) {
this.initFunction(node);
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 || this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && !isAsync) {
if (this.type === types.star && (statement & FUNC_HANGING_STATEMENT))
{ this.unexpected(); }
node.generator = this.eat(types.star);
}
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8)
{ node.async = !!isAsync; }
if (statement & FUNC_STATEMENT) {
node.id = (statement & FUNC_NULLABLE_ID) && this.type !== types.name ? null : this.parseIdent();
if (node.id && !(statement & FUNC_HANGING_STATEMENT))
// If it is a regular function declaration in sloppy mode, then it is
// subject to Annex B semantics (BIND_FUNCTION). Otherwise, the binding
// mode depends on properties of the current scope (see
// treatFunctionsAsVar).
{ this.checkLVal(node.id, (this.strict || node.generator || node.async) ? this.treatFunctionsAsVar ? BIND_VAR : BIND_LEXICAL : BIND_FUNCTION); }
}
var oldYieldPos = this.yieldPos, oldAwaitPos = this.awaitPos, oldAwaitIdentPos = this.awaitIdentPos;
this.yieldPos = 0;
this.awaitPos = 0;
this.awaitIdentPos = 0;
this.enterScope(functionFlags(node.async, node.generator));
if (!(statement & FUNC_STATEMENT))
{ node.id = this.type === types.name ? this.parseIdent() : null; }
this.parseFunctionParams(node);
this.parseFunctionBody(node, allowExpressionBody, false);
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos;
this.awaitIdentPos = oldAwaitIdentPos;
return this.finishNode(node, (statement & FUNC_STATEMENT) ? "FunctionDeclaration" : "FunctionExpression")
};
pp$1.parseFunctionParams = function(node) {
this.expect(types.parenL);
node.params = this.parseBindingList(types.parenR, false, this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8);
this.checkYieldAwaitInDefaultParams();
};
// Parse a class declaration or literal (depending on the
// `isStatement` parameter).
pp$1.parseClass = function(node, isStatement) {
this.next();
// ecma-262 14.6 Class Definitions
// A class definition is always strict mode code.
var oldStrict = this.strict;
this.strict = true;
this.parseClassId(node, isStatement);
this.parseClassSuper(node);
var classBody = this.startNode();
var hadConstructor = false;
classBody.body = [];
this.expect(types.braceL);
while (!this.eat(types.braceR)) {
var element = this.parseClassElement(node.superClass !== null);
if (element) {
classBody.body.push(element);
if (element.type === "MethodDefinition" && element.kind === "constructor") {
if (hadConstructor) { this.raise(element.start, "Duplicate constructor in the same class"); }
hadConstructor = true;
}
}
}
node.body = this.finishNode(classBody, "ClassBody");
this.strict = oldStrict;
return this.finishNode(node, isStatement ? "ClassDeclaration" : "ClassExpression")
};
pp$1.parseClassElement = function(constructorAllowsSuper) {
var this$1 = this;
if (this.eat(types.semi)) { return null }
var method = this.startNode();
var tryContextual = function (k, noLineBreak) {
if ( noLineBreak === void 0 ) noLineBreak = false;
var start = this$1.start, startLoc = this$1.startLoc;
if (!this$1.eatContextual(k)) { return false }
if (this$1.type !== types.parenL && (!noLineBreak || !this$1.canInsertSemicolon())) { return true }
if (method.key) { this$1.unexpected(); }
method.computed = false;
method.key = this$1.startNodeAt(start, startLoc);
method.key.name = k;
this$1.finishNode(method.key, "Identifier");
return false
};
method.kind = "method";
method.static = tryContextual("static");
var isGenerator = this.eat(types.star);
var isAsync = false;
if (!isGenerator) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8 && tryContextual("async", true)) {
isAsync = true;
isGenerator = this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && this.eat(types.star);
} else if (tryContextual("get")) {
method.kind = "get";
} else if (tryContextual("set")) {
method.kind = "set";
}
}
if (!method.key) { this.parsePropertyName(method); }
var key = method.key;
var allowsDirectSuper = false;
if (!method.computed && !method.static && (key.type === "Identifier" && key.name === "constructor" ||
key.type === "Literal" && key.value === "constructor")) {
if (method.kind !== "method") { this.raise(key.start, "Constructor can't have get/set modifier"); }
if (isGenerator) { this.raise(key.start, "Constructor can't be a generator"); }
if (isAsync) { this.raise(key.start, "Constructor can't be an async method"); }
method.kind = "constructor";
allowsDirectSuper = constructorAllowsSuper;
} else if (method.static && key.type === "Identifier" && key.name === "prototype") {
this.raise(key.start, "Classes may not have a static property named prototype");
}
this.parseClassMethod(method, isGenerator, isAsync, allowsDirectSuper);
if (method.kind === "get" && method.value.params.length !== 0)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(method.value.start, "getter should have no params"); }
if (method.kind === "set" && method.value.params.length !== 1)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(method.value.start, "setter should have exactly one param"); }
if (method.kind === "set" && method.value.params[0].type === "RestElement")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(method.value.params[0].start, "Setter cannot use rest params"); }
return method
};
pp$1.parseClassMethod = function(method, isGenerator, isAsync, allowsDirectSuper) {
method.value = this.parseMethod(isGenerator, isAsync, allowsDirectSuper);
return this.finishNode(method, "MethodDefinition")
};
pp$1.parseClassId = function(node, isStatement) {
if (this.type === types.name) {
node.id = this.parseIdent();
if (isStatement)
{ this.checkLVal(node.id, BIND_LEXICAL, false); }
} else {
if (isStatement === true)
{ this.unexpected(); }
node.id = null;
}
};
pp$1.parseClassSuper = function(node) {
node.superClass = this.eat(types._extends) ? this.parseExprSubscripts() : null;
};
// Parses module export declaration.
pp$1.parseExport = function(node, exports) {
this.next();
// export * from '...'
if (this.eat(types.star)) {
this.expectContextual("from");
if (this.type !== types.string) { this.unexpected(); }
node.source = this.parseExprAtom();
this.semicolon();
return this.finishNode(node, "ExportAllDeclaration")
}
if (this.eat(types._default)) { // export default ...
this.checkExport(exports, "default", this.lastTokStart);
var isAsync;
if (this.type === types._function || (isAsync = this.isAsyncFunction())) {
var fNode = this.startNode();
this.next();
if (isAsync) { this.next(); }
node.declaration = this.parseFunction(fNode, FUNC_STATEMENT | FUNC_NULLABLE_ID, false, isAsync);
} else if (this.type === types._class) {
var cNode = this.startNode();
node.declaration = this.parseClass(cNode, "nullableID");
} else {
node.declaration = this.parseMaybeAssign();
this.semicolon();
}
return this.finishNode(node, "ExportDefaultDeclaration")
}
// export var|const|let|function|class ...
if (this.shouldParseExportStatement()) {
node.declaration = this.parseStatement(null);
if (node.declaration.type === "VariableDeclaration")
{ this.checkVariableExport(exports, node.declaration.declarations); }
else
{ this.checkExport(exports, node.declaration.id.name, node.declaration.id.start); }
node.specifiers = [];
node.source = null;
} else { // export { x, y as z } [from '...']
node.declaration = null;
node.specifiers = this.parseExportSpecifiers(exports);
if (this.eatContextual("from")) {
if (this.type !== types.string) { this.unexpected(); }
node.source = this.parseExprAtom();
} else {
for (var i = 0, list = node.specifiers; i < list.length; i += 1) {
// check for keywords used as local names
var spec = list[i];
this.checkUnreserved(spec.local);
// check if export is defined
this.checkLocalExport(spec.local);
}
node.source = null;
}
this.semicolon();
}
return this.finishNode(node, "ExportNamedDeclaration")
};
pp$1.checkExport = function(exports, name, pos) {
if (!exports) { return }
if (has(exports, name))
{ this.raiseRecoverable(pos, "Duplicate export '" + name + "'"); }
exports[name] = true;
};
pp$1.checkPatternExport = function(exports, pat) {
var type = pat.type;
if (type === "Identifier")
{ this.checkExport(exports, pat.name, pat.start); }
else if (type === "ObjectPattern")
{ for (var i = 0, list = pat.properties; i < list.length; i += 1)
{
var prop = list[i];
this.checkPatternExport(exports, prop);
} }
else if (type === "ArrayPattern")
{ for (var i$1 = 0, list$1 = pat.elements; i$1 < list$1.length; i$1 += 1) {
var elt = list$1[i$1];
if (elt) { this.checkPatternExport(exports, elt); }
} }
else if (type === "Property")
{ this.checkPatternExport(exports, pat.value); }
else if (type === "AssignmentPattern")
{ this.checkPatternExport(exports, pat.left); }
else if (type === "RestElement")
{ this.checkPatternExport(exports, pat.argument); }
else if (type === "ParenthesizedExpression")
{ this.checkPatternExport(exports, pat.expression); }
};
pp$1.checkVariableExport = function(exports, decls) {
if (!exports) { return }
for (var i = 0, list = decls; i < list.length; i += 1)
{
var decl = list[i];
this.checkPatternExport(exports, decl.id);
}
};
pp$1.shouldParseExportStatement = function() {
return this.type.keyword === "var" ||
this.type.keyword === "const" ||
this.type.keyword === "class" ||
this.type.keyword === "function" ||
this.isLet() ||
this.isAsyncFunction()
};
// Parses a comma-separated list of module exports.
pp$1.parseExportSpecifiers = function(exports) {
var nodes = [], first = true;
// export { x, y as z } [from '...']
this.expect(types.braceL);
while (!this.eat(types.braceR)) {
if (!first) {
this.expect(types.comma);
if (this.afterTrailingComma(types.braceR)) { break }
} else { first = false; }
var node = this.startNode();
node.local = this.parseIdent(true);
node.exported = this.eatContextual("as") ? this.parseIdent(true) : node.local;
this.checkExport(exports, node.exported.name, node.exported.start);
nodes.push(this.finishNode(node, "ExportSpecifier"));
}
return nodes
};
// Parses import declaration.
pp$1.parseImport = function(node) {
this.next();
// import '...'
if (this.type === types.string) {
node.specifiers = empty;
node.source = this.parseExprAtom();
} else {
node.specifiers = this.parseImportSpecifiers();
this.expectContextual("from");
node.source = this.type === types.string ? this.parseExprAtom() : this.unexpected();
}
this.semicolon();
return this.finishNode(node, "ImportDeclaration")
};
// Parses a comma-separated list of module imports.
pp$1.parseImportSpecifiers = function() {
var nodes = [], first = true;
if (this.type === types.name) {
// import defaultObj, { x, y as z } from '...'
var node = this.startNode();
node.local = this.parseIdent();
this.checkLVal(node.local, BIND_LEXICAL);
nodes.push(this.finishNode(node, "ImportDefaultSpecifier"));
if (!this.eat(types.comma)) { return nodes }
}
if (this.type === types.star) {
var node$1 = this.startNode();
this.next();
this.expectContextual("as");
node$1.local = this.parseIdent();
this.checkLVal(node$1.local, BIND_LEXICAL);
nodes.push(this.finishNode(node$1, "ImportNamespaceSpecifier"));
return nodes
}
this.expect(types.braceL);
while (!this.eat(types.braceR)) {
if (!first) {
this.expect(types.comma);
if (this.afterTrailingComma(types.braceR)) { break }
} else { first = false; }
var node$2 = this.startNode();
node$2.imported = this.parseIdent(true);
if (this.eatContextual("as")) {
node$2.local = this.parseIdent();
} else {
this.checkUnreserved(node$2.imported);
node$2.local = node$2.imported;
}
this.checkLVal(node$2.local, BIND_LEXICAL);
nodes.push(this.finishNode(node$2, "ImportSpecifier"));
}
return nodes
};
// Set `ExpressionStatement#directive` property for directive prologues.
pp$1.adaptDirectivePrologue = function(statements) {
for (var i = 0; i < statements.length && this.isDirectiveCandidate(statements[i]); ++i) {
statements[i].directive = statements[i].expression.raw.slice(1, -1);
}
};
pp$1.isDirectiveCandidate = function(statement) {
return (
statement.type === "ExpressionStatement" &&
statement.expression.type === "Literal" &&
typeof statement.expression.value === "string" &&
// Reject parenthesized strings.
(this.input[statement.start] === "\"" || this.input[statement.start] === "'")
)
};
var pp$2 = Parser.prototype;
// Convert existing expression atom to assignable pattern
// if possible.
pp$2.toAssignable = function(node, isBinding, refDestructuringErrors) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && node) {
switch (node.type) {
case "Identifier":
if (this.inAsync && node.name === "await")
{ this.raise(node.start, "Cannot use 'await' as identifier inside an async function"); }
break
case "ObjectPattern":
case "ArrayPattern":
case "RestElement":
break
case "ObjectExpression":
node.type = "ObjectPattern";
if (refDestructuringErrors) { this.checkPatternErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true); }
for (var i = 0, list = node.properties; i < list.length; i += 1) {
var prop = list[i];
this.toAssignable(prop, isBinding);
// Early error:
// AssignmentRestProperty[Yield, Await] :
// `...` DestructuringAssignmentTarget[Yield, Await]
//
// It is a Syntax Error if |DestructuringAssignmentTarget| is an |ArrayLiteral| or an |ObjectLiteral|.
if (
prop.type === "RestElement" &&
(prop.argument.type === "ArrayPattern" || prop.argument.type === "ObjectPattern")
) {
this.raise(prop.argument.start, "Unexpected token");
}
}
break
case "Property":
// AssignmentProperty has type === "Property"
if (node.kind !== "init") { this.raise(node.key.start, "Object pattern can't contain getter or setter"); }
this.toAssignable(node.value, isBinding);
break
case "ArrayExpression":
node.type = "ArrayPattern";
if (refDestructuringErrors) { this.checkPatternErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true); }
this.toAssignableList(node.elements, isBinding);
break
case "SpreadElement":
node.type = "RestElement";
this.toAssignable(node.argument, isBinding);
if (node.argument.type === "AssignmentPattern")
{ this.raise(node.argument.start, "Rest elements cannot have a default value"); }
break
case "AssignmentExpression":
if (node.operator !== "=") { this.raise(node.left.end, "Only '=' operator can be used for specifying default value."); }
node.type = "AssignmentPattern";
delete node.operator;
this.toAssignable(node.left, isBinding);
// falls through to AssignmentPattern
case "AssignmentPattern":
break
case "ParenthesizedExpression":
this.toAssignable(node.expression, isBinding, refDestructuringErrors);
break
case "MemberExpression":
if (!isBinding) { break }
default:
this.raise(node.start, "Assigning to rvalue");
}
} else if (refDestructuringErrors) { this.checkPatternErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true); }
return node
};
// Convert list of expression atoms to binding list.
pp$2.toAssignableList = function(exprList, isBinding) {
var end = exprList.length;
for (var i = 0; i < end; i++) {
var elt = exprList[i];
if (elt) { this.toAssignable(elt, isBinding); }
}
if (end) {
var last = exprList[end - 1];
if (this.options.ecmaVersion === 6 && isBinding && last && last.type === "RestElement" && last.argument.type !== "Identifier")
{ this.unexpected(last.argument.start); }
}
return exprList
};
// Parses spread element.
pp$2.parseSpread = function(refDestructuringErrors) {
var node = this.startNode();
this.next();
node.argument = this.parseMaybeAssign(false, refDestructuringErrors);
return this.finishNode(node, "SpreadElement")
};
pp$2.parseRestBinding = function() {
var node = this.startNode();
this.next();
// RestElement inside of a function parameter must be an identifier
if (this.options.ecmaVersion === 6 && this.type !== types.name)
{ this.unexpected(); }
node.argument = this.parseBindingAtom();
return this.finishNode(node, "RestElement")
};
// Parses lvalue (assignable) atom.
pp$2.parseBindingAtom = function() {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
switch (this.type) {
case types.bracketL:
var node = this.startNode();
this.next();
node.elements = this.parseBindingList(types.bracketR, true, true);
return this.finishNode(node, "ArrayPattern")
case types.braceL:
return this.parseObj(true)
}
}
return this.parseIdent()
};
pp$2.parseBindingList = function(close, allowEmpty, allowTrailingComma) {
var elts = [], first = true;
while (!this.eat(close)) {
if (first) { first = false; }
else { this.expect(types.comma); }
if (allowEmpty && this.type === types.comma) {
elts.push(null);
} else if (allowTrailingComma && this.afterTrailingComma(close)) {
break
} else if (this.type === types.ellipsis) {
var rest = this.parseRestBinding();
this.parseBindingListItem(rest);
elts.push(rest);
if (this.type === types.comma) { this.raise(this.start, "Comma is not permitted after the rest element"); }
this.expect(close);
break
} else {
var elem = this.parseMaybeDefault(this.start, this.startLoc);
this.parseBindingListItem(elem);
elts.push(elem);
}
}
return elts
};
pp$2.parseBindingListItem = function(param) {
return param
};
// Parses assignment pattern around given atom if possible.
pp$2.parseMaybeDefault = function(startPos, startLoc, left) {
left = left || this.parseBindingAtom();
if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 6 || !this.eat(types.eq)) { return left }
var node = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node.left = left;
node.right = this.parseMaybeAssign();
return this.finishNode(node, "AssignmentPattern")
};
// Verify that a node is an lval — something that can be assigned
// to.
// bindingType can be either:
// 'var' indicating that the lval creates a 'var' binding
// 'let' indicating that the lval creates a lexical ('let' or 'const') binding
// 'none' indicating that the binding should be checked for illegal identifiers, but not for duplicate references
pp$2.checkLVal = function(expr, bindingType, checkClashes) {
if ( bindingType === void 0 ) bindingType = BIND_NONE;
switch (expr.type) {
case "Identifier":
if (bindingType === BIND_LEXICAL && expr.name === "let")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(expr.start, "let is disallowed as a lexically bound name"); }
if (this.strict && this.reservedWordsStrictBind.test(expr.name))
{ this.raiseRecoverable(expr.start, (bindingType ? "Binding " : "Assigning to ") + expr.name + " in strict mode"); }
if (checkClashes) {
if (has(checkClashes, expr.name))
{ this.raiseRecoverable(expr.start, "Argument name clash"); }
checkClashes[expr.name] = true;
}
if (bindingType !== BIND_NONE && bindingType !== BIND_OUTSIDE) { this.declareName(expr.name, bindingType, expr.start); }
break
case "MemberExpression":
if (bindingType) { this.raiseRecoverable(expr.start, "Binding member expression"); }
break
case "ObjectPattern":
for (var i = 0, list = expr.properties; i < list.length; i += 1)
{
var prop = list[i];
this.checkLVal(prop, bindingType, checkClashes);
}
break
case "Property":
// AssignmentProperty has type === "Property"
this.checkLVal(expr.value, bindingType, checkClashes);
break
case "ArrayPattern":
for (var i$1 = 0, list$1 = expr.elements; i$1 < list$1.length; i$1 += 1) {
var elem = list$1[i$1];
if (elem) { this.checkLVal(elem, bindingType, checkClashes); }
}
break
case "AssignmentPattern":
this.checkLVal(expr.left, bindingType, checkClashes);
break
case "RestElement":
this.checkLVal(expr.argument, bindingType, checkClashes);
break
case "ParenthesizedExpression":
this.checkLVal(expr.expression, bindingType, checkClashes);
break
default:
this.raise(expr.start, (bindingType ? "Binding" : "Assigning to") + " rvalue");
}
};
// A recursive descent parser operates by defining functions for all
var pp$3 = Parser.prototype;
// Check if property name clashes with already added.
// Object/class getters and setters are not allowed to clash —
// either with each other or with an init property — and in
// strict mode, init properties are also not allowed to be repeated.
pp$3.checkPropClash = function(prop, propHash, refDestructuringErrors) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && prop.type === "SpreadElement")
{ return }
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && (prop.computed || prop.method || prop.shorthand))
{ return }
var key = prop.key;
var name;
switch (key.type) {
case "Identifier": name = key.name; break
case "Literal": name = String(key.value); break
default: return
}
var kind = prop.kind;
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
if (name === "__proto__" && kind === "init") {
if (propHash.proto) {
if (refDestructuringErrors && refDestructuringErrors.doubleProto < 0) { refDestructuringErrors.doubleProto = key.start; }
// Backwards-compat kludge. Can be removed in version 6.0
else { this.raiseRecoverable(key.start, "Redefinition of __proto__ property"); }
}
propHash.proto = true;
}
return
}
name = "$" + name;
var other = propHash[name];
if (other) {
var redefinition;
if (kind === "init") {
redefinition = this.strict && other.init || other.get || other.set;
} else {
redefinition = other.init || other[kind];
}
if (redefinition)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(key.start, "Redefinition of property"); }
} else {
other = propHash[name] = {
init: false,
get: false,
set: false
};
}
other[kind] = true;
};
// ### Expression parsing
// These nest, from the most general expression type at the top to
// 'atomic', nondivisible expression types at the bottom. Most of
// the functions will simply let the function(s) below them parse,
// and, *if* the syntactic construct they handle is present, wrap
// the AST node that the inner parser gave them in another node.
// Parse a full expression. The optional arguments are used to
// forbid the `in` operator (in for loops initalization expressions)
// and provide reference for storing '=' operator inside shorthand
// property assignment in contexts where both object expression
// and object pattern might appear (so it's possible to raise
// delayed syntax error at correct position).
pp$3.parseExpression = function(noIn, refDestructuringErrors) {
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc;
var expr = this.parseMaybeAssign(noIn, refDestructuringErrors);
if (this.type === types.comma) {
var node = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node.expressions = [expr];
while (this.eat(types.comma)) { node.expressions.push(this.parseMaybeAssign(noIn, refDestructuringErrors)); }
return this.finishNode(node, "SequenceExpression")
}
return expr
};
// Parse an assignment expression. This includes applications of
// operators like `+=`.
pp$3.parseMaybeAssign = function(noIn, refDestructuringErrors, afterLeftParse) {
if (this.isContextual("yield")) {
if (this.inGenerator) { return this.parseYield(noIn) }
// The tokenizer will assume an expression is allowed after
// `yield`, but this isn't that kind of yield
else { this.exprAllowed = false; }
}
var ownDestructuringErrors = false, oldParenAssign = -1, oldTrailingComma = -1, oldShorthandAssign = -1;
if (refDestructuringErrors) {
oldParenAssign = refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign;
oldTrailingComma = refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma;
oldShorthandAssign = refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign;
refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign = refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma = refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign = -1;
} else {
refDestructuringErrors = new DestructuringErrors;
ownDestructuringErrors = true;
}
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc;
if (this.type === types.parenL || this.type === types.name)
{ this.potentialArrowAt = this.start; }
var left = this.parseMaybeConditional(noIn, refDestructuringErrors);
if (afterLeftParse) { left = afterLeftParse.call(this, left, startPos, startLoc); }
if (this.type.isAssign) {
var node = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node.operator = this.value;
node.left = this.type === types.eq ? this.toAssignable(left, false, refDestructuringErrors) : left;
if (!ownDestructuringErrors) { DestructuringErrors.call(refDestructuringErrors); }
refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign = -1; // reset because shorthand default was used correctly
this.checkLVal(left);
this.next();
node.right = this.parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
return this.finishNode(node, "AssignmentExpression")
} else {
if (ownDestructuringErrors) { this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true); }
}
if (oldParenAssign > -1) { refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign = oldParenAssign; }
if (oldTrailingComma > -1) { refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma = oldTrailingComma; }
if (oldShorthandAssign > -1) { refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign = oldShorthandAssign; }
return left
};
// Parse a ternary conditional (`?:`) operator.
pp$3.parseMaybeConditional = function(noIn, refDestructuringErrors) {
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc;
var expr = this.parseExprOps(noIn, refDestructuringErrors);
if (this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors)) { return expr }
if (this.eat(types.question)) {
var node = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node.test = expr;
node.consequent = this.parseMaybeAssign();
this.expect(types.colon);
node.alternate = this.parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
return this.finishNode(node, "ConditionalExpression")
}
return expr
};
// Start the precedence parser.
pp$3.parseExprOps = function(noIn, refDestructuringErrors) {
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc;
var expr = this.parseMaybeUnary(refDestructuringErrors, false);
if (this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors)) { return expr }
return expr.start === startPos && expr.type === "ArrowFunctionExpression" ? expr : this.parseExprOp(expr, startPos, startLoc, -1, noIn)
};
// Parse binary operators with the operator precedence parsing
// algorithm. `left` is the left-hand side of the operator.
// `minPrec` provides context that allows the function to stop and
// defer further parser to one of its callers when it encounters an
// operator that has a lower precedence than the set it is parsing.
pp$3.parseExprOp = function(left, leftStartPos, leftStartLoc, minPrec, noIn) {
var prec = this.type.binop;
if (prec != null && (!noIn || this.type !== types._in)) {
if (prec > minPrec) {
var logical = this.type === types.logicalOR || this.type === types.logicalAND;
var op = this.value;
this.next();
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc;
var right = this.parseExprOp(this.parseMaybeUnary(null, false), startPos, startLoc, prec, noIn);
var node = this.buildBinary(leftStartPos, leftStartLoc, left, right, op, logical);
return this.parseExprOp(node, leftStartPos, leftStartLoc, minPrec, noIn)
}
}
return left
};
pp$3.buildBinary = function(startPos, startLoc, left, right, op, logical) {
var node = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node.left = left;
node.operator = op;
node.right = right;
return this.finishNode(node, logical ? "LogicalExpression" : "BinaryExpression")
};
// Parse unary operators, both prefix and postfix.
pp$3.parseMaybeUnary = function(refDestructuringErrors, sawUnary) {
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc, expr;
if (this.isContextual("await") && (this.inAsync || (!this.inFunction && this.options.allowAwaitOutsideFunction))) {
expr = this.parseAwait();
sawUnary = true;
} else if (this.type.prefix) {
var node = this.startNode(), update = this.type === types.incDec;
node.operator = this.value;
node.prefix = true;
this.next();
node.argument = this.parseMaybeUnary(null, true);
this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true);
if (update) { this.checkLVal(node.argument); }
else if (this.strict && node.operator === "delete" &&
node.argument.type === "Identifier")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(node.start, "Deleting local variable in strict mode"); }
else { sawUnary = true; }
expr = this.finishNode(node, update ? "UpdateExpression" : "UnaryExpression");
} else {
expr = this.parseExprSubscripts(refDestructuringErrors);
if (this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors)) { return expr }
while (this.type.postfix && !this.canInsertSemicolon()) {
var node$1 = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node$1.operator = this.value;
node$1.prefix = false;
node$1.argument = expr;
this.checkLVal(expr);
this.next();
expr = this.finishNode(node$1, "UpdateExpression");
}
}
if (!sawUnary && this.eat(types.starstar))
{ return this.buildBinary(startPos, startLoc, expr, this.parseMaybeUnary(null, false), "**", false) }
else
{ return expr }
};
// Parse call, dot, and `[]`-subscript expressions.
pp$3.parseExprSubscripts = function(refDestructuringErrors) {
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc;
var expr = this.parseExprAtom(refDestructuringErrors);
var skipArrowSubscripts = expr.type === "ArrowFunctionExpression" && this.input.slice(this.lastTokStart, this.lastTokEnd) !== ")";
if (this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors) || skipArrowSubscripts) { return expr }
var result = this.parseSubscripts(expr, startPos, startLoc);
if (refDestructuringErrors && result.type === "MemberExpression") {
if (refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign >= result.start) { refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign = -1; }
if (refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind >= result.start) { refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind = -1; }
}
return result
};
pp$3.parseSubscripts = function(base, startPos, startLoc, noCalls) {
var maybeAsyncArrow = this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8 && base.type === "Identifier" && base.name === "async" &&
this.lastTokEnd === base.end && !this.canInsertSemicolon() && this.input.slice(base.start, base.end) === "async";
while (true) {
var element = this.parseSubscript(base, startPos, startLoc, noCalls, maybeAsyncArrow);
if (element === base || element.type === "ArrowFunctionExpression") { return element }
base = element;
}
};
pp$3.parseSubscript = function(base, startPos, startLoc, noCalls, maybeAsyncArrow) {
var computed = this.eat(types.bracketL);
if (computed || this.eat(types.dot)) {
var node = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node.object = base;
node.property = computed ? this.parseExpression() : this.parseIdent(this.options.allowReserved !== "never");
node.computed = !!computed;
if (computed) { this.expect(types.bracketR); }
base = this.finishNode(node, "MemberExpression");
} else if (!noCalls && this.eat(types.parenL)) {
var refDestructuringErrors = new DestructuringErrors, oldYieldPos = this.yieldPos, oldAwaitPos = this.awaitPos, oldAwaitIdentPos = this.awaitIdentPos;
this.yieldPos = 0;
this.awaitPos = 0;
this.awaitIdentPos = 0;
var exprList = this.parseExprList(types.parenR, this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8, false, refDestructuringErrors);
if (maybeAsyncArrow && !this.canInsertSemicolon() && this.eat(types.arrow)) {
this.checkPatternErrors(refDestructuringErrors, false);
this.checkYieldAwaitInDefaultParams();
if (this.awaitIdentPos > 0)
{ this.raise(this.awaitIdentPos, "Cannot use 'await' as identifier inside an async function"); }
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos;
this.awaitIdentPos = oldAwaitIdentPos;
return this.parseArrowExpression(this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc), exprList, true)
}
this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true);
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos || this.yieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos || this.awaitPos;
this.awaitIdentPos = oldAwaitIdentPos || this.awaitIdentPos;
var node$1 = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node$1.callee = base;
node$1.arguments = exprList;
base = this.finishNode(node$1, "CallExpression");
} else if (this.type === types.backQuote) {
var node$2 = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
node$2.tag = base;
node$2.quasi = this.parseTemplate({isTagged: true});
base = this.finishNode(node$2, "TaggedTemplateExpression");
}
return base
};
// Parse an atomic expression — either a single token that is an
// expression, an expression started by a keyword like `function` or
// `new`, or an expression wrapped in punctuation like `()`, `[]`,
// or `{}`.
pp$3.parseExprAtom = function(refDestructuringErrors) {
// If a division operator appears in an expression position, the
// tokenizer got confused, and we force it to read a regexp instead.
if (this.type === types.slash) { this.readRegexp(); }
var node, canBeArrow = this.potentialArrowAt === this.start;
switch (this.type) {
case types._super:
if (!this.allowSuper)
{ this.raise(this.start, "'super' keyword outside a method"); }
node = this.startNode();
this.next();
if (this.type === types.parenL && !this.allowDirectSuper)
{ this.raise(node.start, "super() call outside constructor of a subclass"); }
// The `super` keyword can appear at below:
// SuperProperty:
// super [ Expression ]
// super . IdentifierName
// SuperCall:
// super ( Arguments )
if (this.type !== types.dot && this.type !== types.bracketL && this.type !== types.parenL)
{ this.unexpected(); }
return this.finishNode(node, "Super")
case types._this:
node = this.startNode();
this.next();
return this.finishNode(node, "ThisExpression")
case types.name:
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc, containsEsc = this.containsEsc;
var id = this.parseIdent(false);
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8 && !containsEsc && id.name === "async" && !this.canInsertSemicolon() && this.eat(types._function))
{ return this.parseFunction(this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc), 0, false, true) }
if (canBeArrow && !this.canInsertSemicolon()) {
if (this.eat(types.arrow))
{ return this.parseArrowExpression(this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc), [id], false) }
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8 && id.name === "async" && this.type === types.name && !containsEsc) {
id = this.parseIdent(false);
if (this.canInsertSemicolon() || !this.eat(types.arrow))
{ this.unexpected(); }
return this.parseArrowExpression(this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc), [id], true)
}
}
return id
case types.regexp:
var value = this.value;
node = this.parseLiteral(value.value);
node.regex = {pattern: value.pattern, flags: value.flags};
return node
case types.num: case types.string:
return this.parseLiteral(this.value)
case types._null: case types._true: case types._false:
node = this.startNode();
node.value = this.type === types._null ? null : this.type === types._true;
node.raw = this.type.keyword;
this.next();
return this.finishNode(node, "Literal")
case types.parenL:
var start = this.start, expr = this.parseParenAndDistinguishExpression(canBeArrow);
if (refDestructuringErrors) {
if (refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign < 0 && !this.isSimpleAssignTarget(expr))
{ refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign = start; }
if (refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind < 0)
{ refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind = start; }
}
return expr
case types.bracketL:
node = this.startNode();
this.next();
node.elements = this.parseExprList(types.bracketR, true, true, refDestructuringErrors);
return this.finishNode(node, "ArrayExpression")
case types.braceL:
return this.parseObj(false, refDestructuringErrors)
case types._function:
node = this.startNode();
this.next();
return this.parseFunction(node, 0)
case types._class:
return this.parseClass(this.startNode(), false)
case types._new:
return this.parseNew()
case types.backQuote:
return this.parseTemplate()
case types._import:
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 11) {
return this.parseExprImport()
} else {
return this.unexpected()
}
default:
this.unexpected();
}
};
pp$3.parseExprImport = function() {
var node = this.startNode();
this.next(); // skip `import`
switch (this.type) {
case types.parenL:
return this.parseDynamicImport(node)
default:
this.unexpected();
}
};
pp$3.parseDynamicImport = function(node) {
this.next(); // skip `(`
// Parse node.source.
node.source = this.parseMaybeAssign();
// Verify ending.
if (!this.eat(types.parenR)) {
var errorPos = this.start;
if (this.eat(types.comma) && this.eat(types.parenR)) {
this.raiseRecoverable(errorPos, "Trailing comma is not allowed in import()");
} else {
this.unexpected(errorPos);
}
}
return this.finishNode(node, "ImportExpression")
};
pp$3.parseLiteral = function(value) {
var node = this.startNode();
node.value = value;
node.raw = this.input.slice(this.start, this.end);
if (node.raw.charCodeAt(node.raw.length - 1) === 110) { node.bigint = node.raw.slice(0, -1); }
this.next();
return this.finishNode(node, "Literal")
};
pp$3.parseParenExpression = function() {
this.expect(types.parenL);
var val = this.parseExpression();
this.expect(types.parenR);
return val
};
pp$3.parseParenAndDistinguishExpression = function(canBeArrow) {
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc, val, allowTrailingComma = this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8;
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
this.next();
var innerStartPos = this.start, innerStartLoc = this.startLoc;
var exprList = [], first = true, lastIsComma = false;
var refDestructuringErrors = new DestructuringErrors, oldYieldPos = this.yieldPos, oldAwaitPos = this.awaitPos, spreadStart;
this.yieldPos = 0;
this.awaitPos = 0;
// Do not save awaitIdentPos to allow checking awaits nested in parameters
while (this.type !== types.parenR) {
first ? first = false : this.expect(types.comma);
if (allowTrailingComma && this.afterTrailingComma(types.parenR, true)) {
lastIsComma = true;
break
} else if (this.type === types.ellipsis) {
spreadStart = this.start;
exprList.push(this.parseParenItem(this.parseRestBinding()));
if (this.type === types.comma) { this.raise(this.start, "Comma is not permitted after the rest element"); }
break
} else {
exprList.push(this.parseMaybeAssign(false, refDestructuringErrors, this.parseParenItem));
}
}
var innerEndPos = this.start, innerEndLoc = this.startLoc;
this.expect(types.parenR);
if (canBeArrow && !this.canInsertSemicolon() && this.eat(types.arrow)) {
this.checkPatternErrors(refDestructuringErrors, false);
this.checkYieldAwaitInDefaultParams();
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos;
return this.parseParenArrowList(startPos, startLoc, exprList)
}
if (!exprList.length || lastIsComma) { this.unexpected(this.lastTokStart); }
if (spreadStart) { this.unexpected(spreadStart); }
this.checkExpressionErrors(refDestructuringErrors, true);
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos || this.yieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos || this.awaitPos;
if (exprList.length > 1) {
val = this.startNodeAt(innerStartPos, innerStartLoc);
val.expressions = exprList;
this.finishNodeAt(val, "SequenceExpression", innerEndPos, innerEndLoc);
} else {
val = exprList[0];
}
} else {
val = this.parseParenExpression();
}
if (this.options.preserveParens) {
var par = this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc);
par.expression = val;
return this.finishNode(par, "ParenthesizedExpression")
} else {
return val
}
};
pp$3.parseParenItem = function(item) {
return item
};
pp$3.parseParenArrowList = function(startPos, startLoc, exprList) {
return this.parseArrowExpression(this.startNodeAt(startPos, startLoc), exprList)
};
// New's precedence is slightly tricky. It must allow its argument to
// be a `[]` or dot subscript expression, but not a call — at least,
// not without wrapping it in parentheses. Thus, it uses the noCalls
// argument to parseSubscripts to prevent it from consuming the
// argument list.
var empty$1 = [];
pp$3.parseNew = function() {
var node = this.startNode();
var meta = this.parseIdent(true);
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.eat(types.dot)) {
node.meta = meta;
var containsEsc = this.containsEsc;
node.property = this.parseIdent(true);
if (node.property.name !== "target" || containsEsc)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(node.property.start, "The only valid meta property for new is new.target"); }
if (!this.inNonArrowFunction())
{ this.raiseRecoverable(node.start, "new.target can only be used in functions"); }
return this.finishNode(node, "MetaProperty")
}
var startPos = this.start, startLoc = this.startLoc, isImport = this.type === types._import;
node.callee = this.parseSubscripts(this.parseExprAtom(), startPos, startLoc, true);
if (isImport && node.callee.type === "ImportExpression") {
this.raise(startPos, "Cannot use new with import()");
}
if (this.eat(types.parenL)) { node.arguments = this.parseExprList(types.parenR, this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8, false); }
else { node.arguments = empty$1; }
return this.finishNode(node, "NewExpression")
};
// Parse template expression.
pp$3.parseTemplateElement = function(ref) {
var isTagged = ref.isTagged;
var elem = this.startNode();
if (this.type === types.invalidTemplate) {
if (!isTagged) {
this.raiseRecoverable(this.start, "Bad escape sequence in untagged template literal");
}
elem.value = {
raw: this.value,
cooked: null
};
} else {
elem.value = {
raw: this.input.slice(this.start, this.end).replace(/\r\n?/g, "\n"),
cooked: this.value
};
}
this.next();
elem.tail = this.type === types.backQuote;
return this.finishNode(elem, "TemplateElement")
};
pp$3.parseTemplate = function(ref) {
if ( ref === void 0 ) ref = {};
var isTagged = ref.isTagged; if ( isTagged === void 0 ) isTagged = false;
var node = this.startNode();
this.next();
node.expressions = [];
var curElt = this.parseTemplateElement({isTagged: isTagged});
node.quasis = [curElt];
while (!curElt.tail) {
if (this.type === types.eof) { this.raise(this.pos, "Unterminated template literal"); }
this.expect(types.dollarBraceL);
node.expressions.push(this.parseExpression());
this.expect(types.braceR);
node.quasis.push(curElt = this.parseTemplateElement({isTagged: isTagged}));
}
this.next();
return this.finishNode(node, "TemplateLiteral")
};
pp$3.isAsyncProp = function(prop) {
return !prop.computed && prop.key.type === "Identifier" && prop.key.name === "async" &&
(this.type === types.name || this.type === types.num || this.type === types.string || this.type === types.bracketL || this.type.keyword || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && this.type === types.star)) &&
!lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start))
};
// Parse an object literal or binding pattern.
pp$3.parseObj = function(isPattern, refDestructuringErrors) {
var node = this.startNode(), first = true, propHash = {};
node.properties = [];
this.next();
while (!this.eat(types.braceR)) {
if (!first) {
this.expect(types.comma);
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && this.afterTrailingComma(types.braceR)) { break }
} else { first = false; }
var prop = this.parseProperty(isPattern, refDestructuringErrors);
if (!isPattern) { this.checkPropClash(prop, propHash, refDestructuringErrors); }
node.properties.push(prop);
}
return this.finishNode(node, isPattern ? "ObjectPattern" : "ObjectExpression")
};
pp$3.parseProperty = function(isPattern, refDestructuringErrors) {
var prop = this.startNode(), isGenerator, isAsync, startPos, startLoc;
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && this.eat(types.ellipsis)) {
if (isPattern) {
prop.argument = this.parseIdent(false);
if (this.type === types.comma) {
this.raise(this.start, "Comma is not permitted after the rest element");
}
return this.finishNode(prop, "RestElement")
}
// To disallow parenthesized identifier via `this.toAssignable()`.
if (this.type === types.parenL && refDestructuringErrors) {
if (refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign < 0) {
refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedAssign = this.start;
}
if (refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind < 0) {
refDestructuringErrors.parenthesizedBind = this.start;
}
}
// Parse argument.
prop.argument = this.parseMaybeAssign(false, refDestructuringErrors);
// To disallow trailing comma via `this.toAssignable()`.
if (this.type === types.comma && refDestructuringErrors && refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma < 0) {
refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma = this.start;
}
// Finish
return this.finishNode(prop, "SpreadElement")
}
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
prop.method = false;
prop.shorthand = false;
if (isPattern || refDestructuringErrors) {
startPos = this.start;
startLoc = this.startLoc;
}
if (!isPattern)
{ isGenerator = this.eat(types.star); }
}
var containsEsc = this.containsEsc;
this.parsePropertyName(prop);
if (!isPattern && !containsEsc && this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8 && !isGenerator && this.isAsyncProp(prop)) {
isAsync = true;
isGenerator = this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && this.eat(types.star);
this.parsePropertyName(prop, refDestructuringErrors);
} else {
isAsync = false;
}
this.parsePropertyValue(prop, isPattern, isGenerator, isAsync, startPos, startLoc, refDestructuringErrors, containsEsc);
return this.finishNode(prop, "Property")
};
pp$3.parsePropertyValue = function(prop, isPattern, isGenerator, isAsync, startPos, startLoc, refDestructuringErrors, containsEsc) {
if ((isGenerator || isAsync) && this.type === types.colon)
{ this.unexpected(); }
if (this.eat(types.colon)) {
prop.value = isPattern ? this.parseMaybeDefault(this.start, this.startLoc) : this.parseMaybeAssign(false, refDestructuringErrors);
prop.kind = "init";
} else if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.type === types.parenL) {
if (isPattern) { this.unexpected(); }
prop.kind = "init";
prop.method = true;
prop.value = this.parseMethod(isGenerator, isAsync);
} else if (!isPattern && !containsEsc &&
this.options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && !prop.computed && prop.key.type === "Identifier" &&
(prop.key.name === "get" || prop.key.name === "set") &&
(this.type !== types.comma && this.type !== types.braceR)) {
if (isGenerator || isAsync) { this.unexpected(); }
prop.kind = prop.key.name;
this.parsePropertyName(prop);
prop.value = this.parseMethod(false);
var paramCount = prop.kind === "get" ? 0 : 1;
if (prop.value.params.length !== paramCount) {
var start = prop.value.start;
if (prop.kind === "get")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(start, "getter should have no params"); }
else
{ this.raiseRecoverable(start, "setter should have exactly one param"); }
} else {
if (prop.kind === "set" && prop.value.params[0].type === "RestElement")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(prop.value.params[0].start, "Setter cannot use rest params"); }
}
} else if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && !prop.computed && prop.key.type === "Identifier") {
if (isGenerator || isAsync) { this.unexpected(); }
this.checkUnreserved(prop.key);
if (prop.key.name === "await" && !this.awaitIdentPos)
{ this.awaitIdentPos = startPos; }
prop.kind = "init";
if (isPattern) {
prop.value = this.parseMaybeDefault(startPos, startLoc, prop.key);
} else if (this.type === types.eq && refDestructuringErrors) {
if (refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign < 0)
{ refDestructuringErrors.shorthandAssign = this.start; }
prop.value = this.parseMaybeDefault(startPos, startLoc, prop.key);
} else {
prop.value = prop.key;
}
prop.shorthand = true;
} else { this.unexpected(); }
};
pp$3.parsePropertyName = function(prop) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
if (this.eat(types.bracketL)) {
prop.computed = true;
prop.key = this.parseMaybeAssign();
this.expect(types.bracketR);
return prop.key
} else {
prop.computed = false;
}
}
return prop.key = this.type === types.num || this.type === types.string ? this.parseExprAtom() : this.parseIdent(this.options.allowReserved !== "never")
};
// Initialize empty function node.
pp$3.initFunction = function(node) {
node.id = null;
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) { node.generator = node.expression = false; }
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8) { node.async = false; }
};
// Parse object or class method.
pp$3.parseMethod = function(isGenerator, isAsync, allowDirectSuper) {
var node = this.startNode(), oldYieldPos = this.yieldPos, oldAwaitPos = this.awaitPos, oldAwaitIdentPos = this.awaitIdentPos;
this.initFunction(node);
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6)
{ node.generator = isGenerator; }
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8)
{ node.async = !!isAsync; }
this.yieldPos = 0;
this.awaitPos = 0;
this.awaitIdentPos = 0;
this.enterScope(functionFlags(isAsync, node.generator) | SCOPE_SUPER | (allowDirectSuper ? SCOPE_DIRECT_SUPER : 0));
this.expect(types.parenL);
node.params = this.parseBindingList(types.parenR, false, this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8);
this.checkYieldAwaitInDefaultParams();
this.parseFunctionBody(node, false, true);
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos;
this.awaitIdentPos = oldAwaitIdentPos;
return this.finishNode(node, "FunctionExpression")
};
// Parse arrow function expression with given parameters.
pp$3.parseArrowExpression = function(node, params, isAsync) {
var oldYieldPos = this.yieldPos, oldAwaitPos = this.awaitPos, oldAwaitIdentPos = this.awaitIdentPos;
this.enterScope(functionFlags(isAsync, false) | SCOPE_ARROW);
this.initFunction(node);
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 8) { node.async = !!isAsync; }
this.yieldPos = 0;
this.awaitPos = 0;
this.awaitIdentPos = 0;
node.params = this.toAssignableList(params, true);
this.parseFunctionBody(node, true, false);
this.yieldPos = oldYieldPos;
this.awaitPos = oldAwaitPos;
this.awaitIdentPos = oldAwaitIdentPos;
return this.finishNode(node, "ArrowFunctionExpression")
};
// Parse function body and check parameters.
pp$3.parseFunctionBody = function(node, isArrowFunction, isMethod) {
var isExpression = isArrowFunction && this.type !== types.braceL;
var oldStrict = this.strict, useStrict = false;
if (isExpression) {
node.body = this.parseMaybeAssign();
node.expression = true;
this.checkParams(node, false);
} else {
var nonSimple = this.options.ecmaVersion >= 7 && !this.isSimpleParamList(node.params);
if (!oldStrict || nonSimple) {
useStrict = this.strictDirective(this.end);
// If this is a strict mode function, verify that argument names
// are not repeated, and it does not try to bind the words `eval`
// or `arguments`.
if (useStrict && nonSimple)
{ this.raiseRecoverable(node.start, "Illegal 'use strict' directive in function with non-simple parameter list"); }
}
// Start a new scope with regard to labels and the `inFunction`
// flag (restore them to their old value afterwards).
var oldLabels = this.labels;
this.labels = [];
if (useStrict) { this.strict = true; }
// Add the params to varDeclaredNames to ensure that an error is thrown
// if a let/const declaration in the function clashes with one of the params.
this.checkParams(node, !oldStrict && !useStrict && !isArrowFunction && !isMethod && this.isSimpleParamList(node.params));
node.body = this.parseBlock(false);
node.expression = false;
this.adaptDirectivePrologue(node.body.body);
this.labels = oldLabels;
}
this.exitScope();
// Ensure the function name isn't a forbidden identifier in strict mode, e.g. 'eval'
if (this.strict && node.id) { this.checkLVal(node.id, BIND_OUTSIDE); }
this.strict = oldStrict;
};
pp$3.isSimpleParamList = function(params) {
for (var i = 0, list = params; i < list.length; i += 1)
{
var param = list[i];
if (param.type !== "Identifier") { return false
} }
return true
};
// Checks function params for various disallowed patterns such as using "eval"
// or "arguments" and duplicate parameters.
pp$3.checkParams = function(node, allowDuplicates) {
var nameHash = {};
for (var i = 0, list = node.params; i < list.length; i += 1)
{
var param = list[i];
this.checkLVal(param, BIND_VAR, allowDuplicates ? null : nameHash);
}
};
// Parses a comma-separated list of expressions, and returns them as
// an array. `close` is the token type that ends the list, and
// `allowEmpty` can be turned on to allow subsequent commas with
// nothing in between them to be parsed as `null` (which is needed
// for array literals).
pp$3.parseExprList = function(close, allowTrailingComma, allowEmpty, refDestructuringErrors) {
var elts = [], first = true;
while (!this.eat(close)) {
if (!first) {
this.expect(types.comma);
if (allowTrailingComma && this.afterTrailingComma(close)) { break }
} else { first = false; }
var elt = (void 0);
if (allowEmpty && this.type === types.comma)
{ elt = null; }
else if (this.type === types.ellipsis) {
elt = this.parseSpread(refDestructuringErrors);
if (refDestructuringErrors && this.type === types.comma && refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma < 0)
{ refDestructuringErrors.trailingComma = this.start; }
} else {
elt = this.parseMaybeAssign(false, refDestructuringErrors);
}
elts.push(elt);
}
return elts
};
pp$3.checkUnreserved = function(ref) {
var start = ref.start;
var end = ref.end;
var name = ref.name;
if (this.inGenerator && name === "yield")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(start, "Cannot use 'yield' as identifier inside a generator"); }
if (this.inAsync && name === "await")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(start, "Cannot use 'await' as identifier inside an async function"); }
if (this.keywords.test(name))
{ this.raise(start, ("Unexpected keyword '" + name + "'")); }
if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 6 &&
this.input.slice(start, end).indexOf("\\") !== -1) { return }
var re = this.strict ? this.reservedWordsStrict : this.reservedWords;
if (re.test(name)) {
if (!this.inAsync && name === "await")
{ this.raiseRecoverable(start, "Cannot use keyword 'await' outside an async function"); }
this.raiseRecoverable(start, ("The keyword '" + name + "' is reserved"));
}
};
// Parse the next token as an identifier. If `liberal` is true (used
// when parsing properties), it will also convert keywords into
// identifiers.
pp$3.parseIdent = function(liberal, isBinding) {
var node = this.startNode();
if (this.type === types.name) {
node.name = this.value;
} else if (this.type.keyword) {
node.name = this.type.keyword;
// To fix https://github.com/acornjs/acorn/issues/575
// `class` and `function` keywords push new context into this.context.
// But there is no chance to pop the context if the keyword is consumed as an identifier such as a property name.
// If the previous token is a dot, this does not apply because the context-managing code already ignored the keyword
if ((node.name === "class" || node.name === "function") &&
(this.lastTokEnd !== this.lastTokStart + 1 || this.input.charCodeAt(this.lastTokStart) !== 46)) {
this.context.pop();
}
} else {
this.unexpected();
}
this.next();
this.finishNode(node, "Identifier");
if (!liberal) {
this.checkUnreserved(node);
if (node.name === "await" && !this.awaitIdentPos)
{ this.awaitIdentPos = node.start; }
}
return node
};
// Parses yield expression inside generator.
pp$3.parseYield = function(noIn) {
if (!this.yieldPos) { this.yieldPos = this.start; }
var node = this.startNode();
this.next();
if (this.type === types.semi || this.canInsertSemicolon() || (this.type !== types.star && !this.type.startsExpr)) {
node.delegate = false;
node.argument = null;
} else {
node.delegate = this.eat(types.star);
node.argument = this.parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
}
return this.finishNode(node, "YieldExpression")
};
pp$3.parseAwait = function() {
if (!this.awaitPos) { this.awaitPos = this.start; }
var node = this.startNode();
this.next();
node.argument = this.parseMaybeUnary(null, true);
return this.finishNode(node, "AwaitExpression")
};
var pp$4 = Parser.prototype;
// This function is used to raise exceptions on parse errors. It
// takes an offset integer (into the current `input`) to indicate
// the location of the error, attaches the position to the end
// of the error message, and then raises a `SyntaxError` with that
// message.
pp$4.raise = function(pos, message) {
var loc = getLineInfo(this.input, pos);
message += " (" + loc.line + ":" + loc.column + ")";
var err = new SyntaxError(message);
err.pos = pos; err.loc = loc; err.raisedAt = this.pos;
throw err
};
pp$4.raiseRecoverable = pp$4.raise;
pp$4.curPosition = function() {
if (this.options.locations) {
return new Position(this.curLine, this.pos - this.lineStart)
}
};
var pp$5 = Parser.prototype;
var Scope = function Scope(flags) {
this.flags = flags;
// A list of var-declared names in the current lexical scope
this.var = [];
// A list of lexically-declared names in the current lexical scope
this.lexical = [];
// A list of lexically-declared FunctionDeclaration names in the current lexical scope
this.functions = [];
};
// The functions in this module keep track of declared variables in the current scope in order to detect duplicate variable names.
pp$5.enterScope = function(flags) {
this.scopeStack.push(new Scope(flags));
};
pp$5.exitScope = function() {
this.scopeStack.pop();
};
// The spec says:
// > At the top level of a function, or script, function declarations are
// > treated like var declarations rather than like lexical declarations.
pp$5.treatFunctionsAsVarInScope = function(scope) {
return (scope.flags & SCOPE_FUNCTION) || !this.inModule && (scope.flags & SCOPE_TOP)
};
pp$5.declareName = function(name, bindingType, pos) {
var redeclared = false;
if (bindingType === BIND_LEXICAL) {
var scope = this.currentScope();
redeclared = scope.lexical.indexOf(name) > -1 || scope.functions.indexOf(name) > -1 || scope.var.indexOf(name) > -1;
scope.lexical.push(name);
if (this.inModule && (scope.flags & SCOPE_TOP))
{ delete this.undefinedExports[name]; }
} else if (bindingType === BIND_SIMPLE_CATCH) {
var scope$1 = this.currentScope();
scope$1.lexical.push(name);
} else if (bindingType === BIND_FUNCTION) {
var scope$2 = this.currentScope();
if (this.treatFunctionsAsVar)
{ redeclared = scope$2.lexical.indexOf(name) > -1; }
else
{ redeclared = scope$2.lexical.indexOf(name) > -1 || scope$2.var.indexOf(name) > -1; }
scope$2.functions.push(name);
} else {
for (var i = this.scopeStack.length - 1; i >= 0; --i) {
var scope$3 = this.scopeStack[i];
if (scope$3.lexical.indexOf(name) > -1 && !((scope$3.flags & SCOPE_SIMPLE_CATCH) && scope$3.lexical[0] === name) ||
!this.treatFunctionsAsVarInScope(scope$3) && scope$3.functions.indexOf(name) > -1) {
redeclared = true;
break
}
scope$3.var.push(name);
if (this.inModule && (scope$3.flags & SCOPE_TOP))
{ delete this.undefinedExports[name]; }
if (scope$3.flags & SCOPE_VAR) { break }
}
}
if (redeclared) { this.raiseRecoverable(pos, ("Identifier '" + name + "' has already been declared")); }
};
pp$5.checkLocalExport = function(id) {
// scope.functions must be empty as Module code is always strict.
if (this.scopeStack[0].lexical.indexOf(id.name) === -1 &&
this.scopeStack[0].var.indexOf(id.name) === -1) {
this.undefinedExports[id.name] = id;
}
};
pp$5.currentScope = function() {
return this.scopeStack[this.scopeStack.length - 1]
};
pp$5.currentVarScope = function() {
for (var i = this.scopeStack.length - 1;; i--) {
var scope = this.scopeStack[i];
if (scope.flags & SCOPE_VAR) { return scope }
}
};
// Could be useful for `this`, `new.target`, `super()`, `super.property`, and `super[property]`.
pp$5.currentThisScope = function() {
for (var i = this.scopeStack.length - 1;; i--) {
var scope = this.scopeStack[i];
if (scope.flags & SCOPE_VAR && !(scope.flags & SCOPE_ARROW)) { return scope }
}
};
var Node = function Node(parser, pos, loc) {
this.type = "";
this.start = pos;
this.end = 0;
if (parser.options.locations)
{ this.loc = new SourceLocation(parser, loc); }
if (parser.options.directSourceFile)
{ this.sourceFile = parser.options.directSourceFile; }
if (parser.options.ranges)
{ this.range = [pos, 0]; }
};
// Start an AST node, attaching a start offset.
var pp$6 = Parser.prototype;
pp$6.startNode = function() {
return new Node(this, this.start, this.startLoc)
};
pp$6.startNodeAt = function(pos, loc) {
return new Node(this, pos, loc)
};
// Finish an AST node, adding `type` and `end` properties.
function finishNodeAt(node, type, pos, loc) {
node.type = type;
node.end = pos;
if (this.options.locations)
{ node.loc.end = loc; }
if (this.options.ranges)
{ node.range[1] = pos; }
return node
}
pp$6.finishNode = function(node, type) {
return finishNodeAt.call(this, node, type, this.lastTokEnd, this.lastTokEndLoc)
};
// Finish node at given position
pp$6.finishNodeAt = function(node, type, pos, loc) {
return finishNodeAt.call(this, node, type, pos, loc)
};
// The algorithm used to determine whether a regexp can appear at a
var TokContext = function TokContext(token, isExpr, preserveSpace, override, generator) {
this.token = token;
this.isExpr = !!isExpr;
this.preserveSpace = !!preserveSpace;
this.override = override;
this.generator = !!generator;
};
var types$1 = {
b_stat: new TokContext("{", false),
b_expr: new TokContext("{", true),
b_tmpl: new TokContext("${", false),
p_stat: new TokContext("(", false),
p_expr: new TokContext("(", true),
q_tmpl: new TokContext("`", true, true, function (p) { return p.tryReadTemplateToken(); }),
f_stat: new TokContext("function", false),
f_expr: new TokContext("function", true),
f_expr_gen: new TokContext("function", true, false, null, true),
f_gen: new TokContext("function", false, false, null, true)
};
var pp$7 = Parser.prototype;
pp$7.initialContext = function() {
return [types$1.b_stat]
};
pp$7.braceIsBlock = function(prevType) {
var parent = this.curContext();
if (parent === types$1.f_expr || parent === types$1.f_stat)
{ return true }
if (prevType === types.colon && (parent === types$1.b_stat || parent === types$1.b_expr))
{ return !parent.isExpr }
// The check for `tt.name && exprAllowed` detects whether we are
// after a `yield` or `of` construct. See the `updateContext` for
// `tt.name`.
if (prevType === types._return || prevType === types.name && this.exprAllowed)
{ return lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start)) }
if (prevType === types._else || prevType === types.semi || prevType === types.eof || prevType === types.parenR || prevType === types.arrow)
{ return true }
if (prevType === types.braceL)
{ return parent === types$1.b_stat }
if (prevType === types._var || prevType === types._const || prevType === types.name)
{ return false }
return !this.exprAllowed
};
pp$7.inGeneratorContext = function() {
for (var i = this.context.length - 1; i >= 1; i--) {
var context = this.context[i];
if (context.token === "function")
{ return context.generator }
}
return false
};
pp$7.updateContext = function(prevType) {
var update, type = this.type;
if (type.keyword && prevType === types.dot)
{ this.exprAllowed = false; }
else if (update = type.updateContext)
{ update.call(this, prevType); }
else
{ this.exprAllowed = type.beforeExpr; }
};
// Token-specific context update code
types.parenR.updateContext = types.braceR.updateContext = function() {
if (this.context.length === 1) {
this.exprAllowed = true;
return
}
var out = this.context.pop();
if (out === types$1.b_stat && this.curContext().token === "function") {
out = this.context.pop();
}
this.exprAllowed = !out.isExpr;
};
types.braceL.updateContext = function(prevType) {
this.context.push(this.braceIsBlock(prevType) ? types$1.b_stat : types$1.b_expr);
this.exprAllowed = true;
};
types.dollarBraceL.updateContext = function() {
this.context.push(types$1.b_tmpl);
this.exprAllowed = true;
};
types.parenL.updateContext = function(prevType) {
var statementParens = prevType === types._if || prevType === types._for || prevType === types._with || prevType === types._while;
this.context.push(statementParens ? types$1.p_stat : types$1.p_expr);
this.exprAllowed = true;
};
types.incDec.updateContext = function() {
// tokExprAllowed stays unchanged
};
types._function.updateContext = types._class.updateContext = function(prevType) {
if (prevType.beforeExpr && prevType !== types.semi && prevType !== types._else &&
!(prevType === types._return && lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start))) &&
!((prevType === types.colon || prevType === types.braceL) && this.curContext() === types$1.b_stat))
{ this.context.push(types$1.f_expr); }
else
{ this.context.push(types$1.f_stat); }
this.exprAllowed = false;
};
types.backQuote.updateContext = function() {
if (this.curContext() === types$1.q_tmpl)
{ this.context.pop(); }
else
{ this.context.push(types$1.q_tmpl); }
this.exprAllowed = false;
};
types.star.updateContext = function(prevType) {
if (prevType === types._function) {
var index = this.context.length - 1;
if (this.context[index] === types$1.f_expr)
{ this.context[index] = types$1.f_expr_gen; }
else
{ this.context[index] = types$1.f_gen; }
}
this.exprAllowed = true;
};
types.name.updateContext = function(prevType) {
var allowed = false;
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && prevType !== types.dot) {
if (this.value === "of" && !this.exprAllowed ||
this.value === "yield" && this.inGeneratorContext())
{ allowed = true; }
}
this.exprAllowed = allowed;
};
// This file contains Unicode properties extracted from the ECMAScript
// specification. The lists are extracted like so:
// $$('#table-binary-unicode-properties > figure > table > tbody > tr > td:nth-child(1) code').map(el => el.innerText)
// #table-binary-unicode-properties
var ecma9BinaryProperties = "ASCII ASCII_Hex_Digit AHex Alphabetic Alpha Any Assigned Bidi_Control Bidi_C Bidi_Mirrored Bidi_M Case_Ignorable CI Cased Changes_When_Casefolded CWCF Changes_When_Casemapped CWCM Changes_When_Lowercased CWL Changes_When_NFKC_Casefolded CWKCF Changes_When_Titlecased CWT Changes_When_Uppercased CWU Dash Default_Ignorable_Code_Point DI Deprecated Dep Diacritic Dia Emoji Emoji_Component Emoji_Modifier Emoji_Modifier_Base Emoji_Presentation Extender Ext Grapheme_Base Gr_Base Grapheme_Extend Gr_Ext Hex_Digit Hex IDS_Binary_Operator IDSB IDS_Trinary_Operator IDST ID_Continue IDC ID_Start IDS Ideographic Ideo Join_Control Join_C Logical_Order_Exception LOE Lowercase Lower Math Noncharacter_Code_Point NChar Pattern_Syntax Pat_Syn Pattern_White_Space Pat_WS Quotation_Mark QMark Radical Regional_Indicator RI Sentence_Terminal STerm Soft_Dotted SD Terminal_Punctuation Term Unified_Ideograph UIdeo Uppercase Upper Variation_Selector VS White_Space space XID_Continue XIDC XID_Start XIDS";
var ecma10BinaryProperties = ecma9BinaryProperties + " Extended_Pictographic";
var ecma11BinaryProperties = ecma10BinaryProperties;
var unicodeBinaryProperties = {
9: ecma9BinaryProperties,
10: ecma10BinaryProperties,
11: ecma11BinaryProperties
};
// #table-unicode-general-category-values
var unicodeGeneralCategoryValues = "Cased_Letter LC Close_Punctuation Pe Connector_Punctuation Pc Control Cc cntrl Currency_Symbol Sc Dash_Punctuation Pd Decimal_Number Nd digit Enclosing_Mark Me Final_Punctuation Pf Format Cf Initial_Punctuation Pi Letter L Letter_Number Nl Line_Separator Zl Lowercase_Letter Ll Mark M Combining_Mark Math_Symbol Sm Modifier_Letter Lm Modifier_Symbol Sk Nonspacing_Mark Mn Number N Open_Punctuation Ps Other C Other_Letter Lo Other_Number No Other_Punctuation Po Other_Symbol So Paragraph_Separator Zp Private_Use Co Punctuation P punct Separator Z Space_Separator Zs Spacing_Mark Mc Surrogate Cs Symbol S Titlecase_Letter Lt Unassigned Cn Uppercase_Letter Lu";
// #table-unicode-script-values
var ecma9ScriptValues = "Adlam Adlm Ahom Ahom Anatolian_Hieroglyphs Hluw Arabic Arab Armenian Armn Avestan Avst Balinese Bali Bamum Bamu Bassa_Vah Bass Batak Batk Bengali Beng Bhaiksuki Bhks Bopomofo Bopo Brahmi Brah Braille Brai Buginese Bugi Buhid Buhd Canadian_Aboriginal Cans Carian Cari Caucasian_Albanian Aghb Chakma Cakm Cham Cham Cherokee Cher Common Zyyy Coptic Copt Qaac Cuneiform Xsux Cypriot Cprt Cyrillic Cyrl Deseret Dsrt Devanagari Deva Duployan Dupl Egyptian_Hieroglyphs Egyp Elbasan Elba Ethiopic Ethi Georgian Geor Glagolitic Glag Gothic Goth Grantha Gran Greek Grek Gujarati Gujr Gurmukhi Guru Han Hani Hangul Hang Hanunoo Hano Hatran Hatr Hebrew Hebr Hiragana Hira Imperial_Aramaic Armi Inherited Zinh Qaai Inscriptional_Pahlavi Phli Inscriptional_Parthian Prti Javanese Java Kaithi Kthi Kannada Knda Katakana Kana Kayah_Li Kali Kharoshthi Khar Khmer Khmr Khojki Khoj Khudawadi Sind Lao Laoo Latin Latn Lepcha Lepc Limbu Limb Linear_A Lina Linear_B Linb Lisu Lisu Lycian Lyci Lydian Lydi Mahajani Mahj Malayalam Mlym Mandaic Mand Manichaean Mani Marchen Marc Masaram_Gondi Gonm Meetei_Mayek Mtei Mende_Kikakui Mend Meroitic_Cursive Merc Meroitic_Hieroglyphs Mero Miao Plrd Modi Modi Mongolian Mong Mro Mroo Multani Mult Myanmar Mymr Nabataean Nbat New_Tai_Lue Talu Newa Newa Nko Nkoo Nushu Nshu Ogham Ogam Ol_Chiki Olck Old_Hungarian Hung Old_Italic Ital Old_North_Arabian Narb Old_Permic Perm Old_Persian Xpeo Old_South_Arabian Sarb Old_Turkic Orkh Oriya Orya Osage Osge Osmanya Osma Pahawh_Hmong Hmng Palmyrene Palm Pau_Cin_Hau Pauc Phags_Pa Phag Phoenician Phnx Psalter_Pahlavi Phlp Rejang Rjng Runic Runr Samaritan Samr Saurashtra Saur Sharada Shrd Shavian Shaw Siddham Sidd SignWriting Sgnw Sinhala Sinh Sora_Sompeng Sora Soyombo Soyo Sundanese Sund Syloti_Nagri Sylo Syriac Syrc Tagalog Tglg Tagbanwa Tagb Tai_Le Tale Tai_Tham Lana Tai_Viet Tavt Takri Takr Tamil Taml Tangut Tang Telugu Telu Thaana Thaa Thai Thai Tibetan Tibt Tifinagh Tfng Tirhuta Tirh Ugaritic Ugar Vai Vaii Warang_Citi Wara Yi Yiii Zanabazar_Square Zanb";
var ecma10ScriptValues = ecma9ScriptValues + " Dogra Dogr Gunjala_Gondi Gong Hanifi_Rohingya Rohg Makasar Maka Medefaidrin Medf Old_Sogdian Sogo Sogdian Sogd";
var ecma11ScriptValues = ecma10ScriptValues + " Elymaic Elym Nandinagari Nand Nyiakeng_Puachue_Hmong Hmnp Wancho Wcho";
var unicodeScriptValues = {
9: ecma9ScriptValues,
10: ecma10ScriptValues,
11: ecma11ScriptValues
};
var data = {};
function buildUnicodeData(ecmaVersion) {
var d = data[ecmaVersion] = {
binary: wordsRegexp(unicodeBinaryProperties[ecmaVersion] + " " + unicodeGeneralCategoryValues),
nonBinary: {
General_Category: wordsRegexp(unicodeGeneralCategoryValues),
Script: wordsRegexp(unicodeScriptValues[ecmaVersion])
}
};
d.nonBinary.Script_Extensions = d.nonBinary.Script;
d.nonBinary.gc = d.nonBinary.General_Category;
d.nonBinary.sc = d.nonBinary.Script;
d.nonBinary.scx = d.nonBinary.Script_Extensions;
}
buildUnicodeData(9);
buildUnicodeData(10);
buildUnicodeData(11);
var pp$8 = Parser.prototype;
var RegExpValidationState = function RegExpValidationState(parser) {
this.parser = parser;
this.validFlags = "gim" + (parser.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? "uy" : "") + (parser.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 ? "s" : "");
this.unicodeProperties = data[parser.options.ecmaVersion >= 11 ? 11 : parser.options.ecmaVersion];
this.source = "";
this.flags = "";
this.start = 0;
this.switchU = false;
this.switchN = false;
this.pos = 0;
this.lastIntValue = 0;
this.lastStringValue = "";
this.lastAssertionIsQuantifiable = false;
this.numCapturingParens = 0;
this.maxBackReference = 0;
this.groupNames = [];
this.backReferenceNames = [];
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.reset = function reset (start, pattern, flags) {
var unicode = flags.indexOf("u") !== -1;
this.start = start | 0;
this.source = pattern + "";
this.flags = flags;
this.switchU = unicode && this.parser.options.ecmaVersion >= 6;
this.switchN = unicode && this.parser.options.ecmaVersion >= 9;
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.raise = function raise (message) {
this.parser.raiseRecoverable(this.start, ("Invalid regular expression: /" + (this.source) + "/: " + message));
};
// If u flag is given, this returns the code point at the index (it combines a surrogate pair).
// Otherwise, this returns the code unit of the index (can be a part of a surrogate pair).
RegExpValidationState.prototype.at = function at (i) {
var s = this.source;
var l = s.length;
if (i >= l) {
return -1
}
var c = s.charCodeAt(i);
if (!this.switchU || c <= 0xD7FF || c >= 0xE000 || i + 1 >= l) {
return c
}
return (c << 10) + s.charCodeAt(i + 1) - 0x35FDC00
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.nextIndex = function nextIndex (i) {
var s = this.source;
var l = s.length;
if (i >= l) {
return l
}
var c = s.charCodeAt(i);
if (!this.switchU || c <= 0xD7FF || c >= 0xE000 || i + 1 >= l) {
return i + 1
}
return i + 2
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.current = function current () {
return this.at(this.pos)
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.lookahead = function lookahead () {
return this.at(this.nextIndex(this.pos))
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.advance = function advance () {
this.pos = this.nextIndex(this.pos);
};
RegExpValidationState.prototype.eat = function eat (ch) {
if (this.current() === ch) {
this.advance();
return true
}
return false
};
function codePointToString(ch) {
if (ch <= 0xFFFF) { return String.fromCharCode(ch) }
ch -= 0x10000;
return String.fromCharCode((ch >> 10) + 0xD800, (ch & 0x03FF) + 0xDC00)
}
/**
* Validate the flags part of a given RegExpLiteral.
*
* @param {RegExpValidationState} state The state to validate RegExp.
* @returns {void}
*/
pp$8.validateRegExpFlags = function(state) {
var validFlags = state.validFlags;
var flags = state.flags;
for (var i = 0; i < flags.length; i++) {
var flag = flags.charAt(i);
if (validFlags.indexOf(flag) === -1) {
this.raise(state.start, "Invalid regular expression flag");
}
if (flags.indexOf(flag, i + 1) > -1) {
this.raise(state.start, "Duplicate regular expression flag");
}
}
};
/**
* Validate the pattern part of a given RegExpLiteral.
*
* @param {RegExpValidationState} state The state to validate RegExp.
* @returns {void}
*/
pp$8.validateRegExpPattern = function(state) {
this.regexp_pattern(state);
// The goal symbol for the parse is |Pattern[~U, ~N]|. If the result of
// parsing contains a |GroupName|, reparse with the goal symbol
// |Pattern[~U, +N]| and use this result instead. Throw a *SyntaxError*
// exception if _P_ did not conform to the grammar, if any elements of _P_
// were not matched by the parse, or if any Early Error conditions exist.
if (!state.switchN && this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9 && state.groupNames.length > 0) {
state.switchN = true;
this.regexp_pattern(state);
}
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-Pattern
pp$8.regexp_pattern = function(state) {
state.pos = 0;
state.lastIntValue = 0;
state.lastStringValue = "";
state.lastAssertionIsQuantifiable = false;
state.numCapturingParens = 0;
state.maxBackReference = 0;
state.groupNames.length = 0;
state.backReferenceNames.length = 0;
this.regexp_disjunction(state);
if (state.pos !== state.source.length) {
// Make the same messages as V8.
if (state.eat(0x29 /* ) */)) {
state.raise("Unmatched ')'");
}
if (state.eat(0x5D /* [ */) || state.eat(0x7D /* } */)) {
state.raise("Lone quantifier brackets");
}
}
if (state.maxBackReference > state.numCapturingParens) {
state.raise("Invalid escape");
}
for (var i = 0, list = state.backReferenceNames; i < list.length; i += 1) {
var name = list[i];
if (state.groupNames.indexOf(name) === -1) {
state.raise("Invalid named capture referenced");
}
}
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-Disjunction
pp$8.regexp_disjunction = function(state) {
this.regexp_alternative(state);
while (state.eat(0x7C /* | */)) {
this.regexp_alternative(state);
}
// Make the same message as V8.
if (this.regexp_eatQuantifier(state, true)) {
state.raise("Nothing to repeat");
}
if (state.eat(0x7B /* { */)) {
state.raise("Lone quantifier brackets");
}
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-Alternative
pp$8.regexp_alternative = function(state) {
while (state.pos < state.source.length && this.regexp_eatTerm(state))
{ }
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-annexB-Term
pp$8.regexp_eatTerm = function(state) {
if (this.regexp_eatAssertion(state)) {
// Handle `QuantifiableAssertion Quantifier` alternative.
// `state.lastAssertionIsQuantifiable` is true if the last eaten Assertion
// is a QuantifiableAssertion.
if (state.lastAssertionIsQuantifiable && this.regexp_eatQuantifier(state)) {
// Make the same message as V8.
if (state.switchU) {
state.raise("Invalid quantifier");
}
}
return true
}
if (state.switchU ? this.regexp_eatAtom(state) : this.regexp_eatExtendedAtom(state)) {
this.regexp_eatQuantifier(state);
return true
}
return false
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-annexB-Assertion
pp$8.regexp_eatAssertion = function(state) {
var start = state.pos;
state.lastAssertionIsQuantifiable = false;
// ^, $
if (state.eat(0x5E /* ^ */) || state.eat(0x24 /* $ */)) {
return true
}
// \b \B
if (state.eat(0x5C /* \ */)) {
if (state.eat(0x42 /* B */) || state.eat(0x62 /* b */)) {
return true
}
state.pos = start;
}
// Lookahead / Lookbehind
if (state.eat(0x28 /* ( */) && state.eat(0x3F /* ? */)) {
var lookbehind = false;
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9) {
lookbehind = state.eat(0x3C /* < */);
}
if (state.eat(0x3D /* = */) || state.eat(0x21 /* ! */)) {
this.regexp_disjunction(state);
if (!state.eat(0x29 /* ) */)) {
state.raise("Unterminated group");
}
state.lastAssertionIsQuantifiable = !lookbehind;
return true
}
}
state.pos = start;
return false
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-Quantifier
pp$8.regexp_eatQuantifier = function(state, noError) {
if ( noError === void 0 ) noError = false;
if (this.regexp_eatQuantifierPrefix(state, noError)) {
state.eat(0x3F /* ? */);
return true
}
return false
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-QuantifierPrefix
pp$8.regexp_eatQuantifierPrefix = function(state, noError) {
return (
state.eat(0x2A /* * */) ||
state.eat(0x2B /* + */) ||
state.eat(0x3F /* ? */) ||
this.regexp_eatBracedQuantifier(state, noError)
)
};
pp$8.regexp_eatBracedQuantifier = function(state, noError) {
var start = state.pos;
if (state.eat(0x7B /* { */)) {
var min = 0, max = -1;
if (this.regexp_eatDecimalDigits(state)) {
min = state.lastIntValue;
if (state.eat(0x2C /* , */) && this.regexp_eatDecimalDigits(state)) {
max = state.lastIntValue;
}
if (state.eat(0x7D /* } */)) {
// SyntaxError in https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#sec-term
if (max !== -1 && max < min && !noError) {
state.raise("numbers out of order in {} quantifier");
}
return true
}
}
if (state.switchU && !noError) {
state.raise("Incomplete quantifier");
}
state.pos = start;
}
return false
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-Atom
pp$8.regexp_eatAtom = function(state) {
return (
this.regexp_eatPatternCharacters(state) ||
state.eat(0x2E /* . */) ||
this.regexp_eatReverseSolidusAtomEscape(state) ||
this.regexp_eatCharacterClass(state) ||
this.regexp_eatUncapturingGroup(state) ||
this.regexp_eatCapturingGroup(state)
)
};
pp$8.regexp_eatReverseSolidusAtomEscape = function(state) {
var start = state.pos;
if (state.eat(0x5C /* \ */)) {
if (this.regexp_eatAtomEscape(state)) {
return true
}
state.pos = start;
}
return false
};
pp$8.regexp_eatUncapturingGroup = function(state) {
var start = state.pos;
if (state.eat(0x28 /* ( */)) {
if (state.eat(0x3F /* ? */) && state.eat(0x3A /* : */)) {
this.regexp_disjunction(state);
if (state.eat(0x29 /* ) */)) {
return true
}
state.raise("Unterminated group");
}
state.pos = start;
}
return false
};
pp$8.regexp_eatCapturingGroup = function(state) {
if (state.eat(0x28 /* ( */)) {
if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 9) {
this.regexp_groupSpecifier(state);
} else if (state.current() === 0x3F /* ? */) {
state.raise("Invalid group");
}
this.regexp_disjunction(state);
if (state.eat(0x29 /* ) */)) {
state.numCapturingParens += 1;
return true
}
state.raise("Unterminated group");
}
return false
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-annexB-ExtendedAtom
pp$8.regexp_eatExtendedAtom = function(state) {
return (
state.eat(0x2E /* . */) ||
this.regexp_eatReverseSolidusAtomEscape(state) ||
this.regexp_eatCharacterClass(state) ||
this.regexp_eatUncapturingGroup(state) ||
this.regexp_eatCapturingGroup(state) ||
this.regexp_eatInvalidBracedQuantifier(state) ||
this.regexp_eatExtendedPatternCharacter(state)
)
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-annexB-InvalidBracedQuantifier
pp$8.regexp_eatInvalidBracedQuantifier = function(state) {
if (this.regexp_eatBracedQuantifier(state, true)) {
state.raise("Nothing to repeat");
}
return false
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-SyntaxCharacter
pp$8.regexp_eatSyntaxCharacter = function(state) {
var ch = state.current();
if (isSyntaxCharacter(ch)) {
state.lastIntValue = ch;
state.advance();
return true
}
return false
};
function isSyntaxCharacter(ch) {
return (
ch === 0x24 /* $ */ ||
ch >= 0x28 /* ( */ && ch <= 0x2B /* + */ ||
ch === 0x2E /* . */ ||
ch === 0x3F /* ? */ ||
ch >= 0x5B /* [ */ && ch <= 0x5E /* ^ */ ||
ch >= 0x7B /* { */ && ch <= 0x7D /* } */
)
}
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-PatternCharacter
// But eat eager.
pp$8.regexp_eatPatternCharacters = function(state) {
var start = state.pos;
var ch = 0;
while ((ch = state.current()) !== -1 && !isSyntaxCharacter(ch)) {
state.advance();
}
return state.pos !== start
};
// https://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/8.0/#prod-annexB-ExtendedPatternCharacter
pp$8.regexp_eatExtendedPatternCharacter = function(state) {
var ch = state.current();
if (
ch !== -1 &&
ch !== 0x24 /* $ */ &&
!(ch >= 0x28 /* ( */ && ch <= 0x2B /* + */) &&
ch !== 0x2E /* . */ &&
ch !== 0x3F /* ? */ &&
ch !== 0x5B /* [ */ &&
ch !== 0x5E /* ^ */ &&
ch !== 0x7C /* | */
) {
state.advance();
return true
}
return false
};
// GroupSpecifier[U] ::
// [empty]
// `?` GroupName[?U]
pp$8.regexp_groupSpecifier = function(state) {
if (state.eat(0x3F /* ? */)) {
if (this.regexp_eatGroupName(state)) {
if (state.groupNames.indexOf(state.lastStringValue) !== -1) {
state.raise("Duplicate capture group name");
}
state.groupNames.push(state.lastStringValue);
return
}
state.raise("Invalid group");
}
};
// GroupName[U] ::
// `<` RegExpIdentifierName[?U] `>`
// Note: this updates `state.lastStringValue` property with the eaten name.
pp$8.regexp_eatGroupName = function(state) {
state.lastStringValue = "";
if (state.eat(0x3C /* < */)) {
if (this.regexp_eatRegExpIdentifierName(state) && state.eat(0x3E /* > */)) {
return true
}
state.raise("Invalid capture group name");
}
return false
};
// RegExpIdentifierName[U] ::
// RegExpIdentifierStart[?U]
// RegExpIdentifierName[?U] RegExpIdentifierPart[?U]
// Note: this updates `state.lastStringValue` property with the eaten name.