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[package]
name = "parser-combinator"
version = "0.1.0"
edition = "2021"
# See more keys and their definitions at https://doc.rust-lang.org/cargo/reference/manifest.html
[dependencies]
arbitrary = "1.2.0"
proptest = "1.0.0"
[dev-dependencies]
rstest = "0.16.0"

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# Rust Parser Combinator
This is a super-basic Rust parser combinator library I wrote mostly
as an exercise for myself. Inspired by [nom](https://github.com/rust-bakery/nom)
and [chumsky](https://github.com/zesterer/chumsky)
## Ideas for future work
* See if some of the ideas in [Efficient Parsing with Parser Combinators](https://research.rug.nl/en/publications/efficient-parsing-with-parser-combinators)
can be incorporated here.

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use crate::parser::{ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub fn choice2<P1, P2, I, O, E>(parser1: P1, parser2: P2) -> impl Parser<I, O, E>
where
P1: Parser<I, O, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
choice((parser1, parser2))
}
pub fn choice<C, I, O, E>(choices: C) -> impl Parser<I, O, E>
where
C: Choice<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
let rep = choices.representation();
(move |input| choices.parse(input), rep)
}
pub trait Choice<I: Clone, O, E> {
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E>;
fn representation(&self) -> Representation;
}
impl<I, O, E, P1, P2> Choice<I, O, E> for (P1, P2)
where
P1: Parser<I, O, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
let parsers = vec![&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>, &self.1];
choice_loop(input, parsers)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let parsers = vec![&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>, &self.1];
repr_loop(parsers)
}
}
impl<I, O, E, P1, P2, P3> Choice<I, O, E> for (P1, P2, P3)
where
P1: Parser<I, O, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
let parsers = vec![&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>, &self.1, &self.2];
choice_loop(input, parsers)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let parsers = vec![&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>, &self.1, &self.2];
repr_loop(parsers)
}
}
impl<I, O, E, P1, P2, P3, P4> Choice<I, O, E> for (P1, P2, P3, P4)
where
P1: Parser<I, O, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O, E>,
P4: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
let parsers = vec![&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>, &self.1, &self.2, &self.3];
choice_loop(input, parsers)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let parsers = vec![&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>, &self.1, &self.2, &self.3];
repr_loop(parsers)
}
}
impl<I, O, E, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5> Choice<I, O, E> for (P1, P2, P3, P4, P5)
where
P1: Parser<I, O, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O, E>,
P4: Parser<I, O, E>,
P5: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
let parsers = vec![
&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>,
&self.1,
&self.2,
&self.3,
&self.4,
];
choice_loop(input, parsers)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let parsers = vec![
&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>,
&self.1,
&self.2,
&self.3,
&self.4,
];
repr_loop(parsers)
}
}
impl<I, O, E, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6> Choice<I, O, E> for (P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6)
where
P1: Parser<I, O, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O, E>,
P4: Parser<I, O, E>,
P5: Parser<I, O, E>,
P6: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
let parsers = vec![
&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>,
&self.1,
&self.2,
&self.3,
&self.4,
&self.5,
];
choice_loop(input, parsers)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let parsers = vec![
&self.0 as &dyn Parser<I, O, E>,
&self.1,
&self.2,
&self.3,
&self.4,
&self.5,
];
repr_loop(parsers)
}
}
fn choice_loop<I, O, E>(input: I, parsers: Vec<&dyn Parser<I, O, E>>) -> ParseResult<I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
//TODO need a more principled way to return an error when no choices work
let mut err = None;
for parser in parsers.iter() {
match parser.parse(input.clone()) {
Ok(result) => return Ok(result),
Err(e) => {
err = Some(e);
}
}
}
Err(err.unwrap())
}
fn repr_loop<I, O, E>(parsers: Vec<&dyn Parser<I, O, E>>) -> Representation
where
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
let mut iter = parsers.iter().map(|p| p.representation());
Representation::from_choice(&mut iter)
}
#[cfg(test)]
mod tests {
use super::*;
use crate::combinators::repeated;
use crate::primitives::literal;
#[test]
fn test_choice() {
let p = choice2(
literal("gnostika").to(1),
repeated(literal(" ")).at_least(1).to(2),
);
assert_eq!(p.parse("gnostika twentynine"), Ok((1, " twentynine")));
}
#[test]
fn test_several_choices() {
let p = choice((
literal("a").to(1),
literal("q").to(10),
repeated(literal("chutney")).to(200),
literal("banana").to(10000),
));
assert_eq!(p.parse("q drugs").unwrap(), (10, " drugs"));
}
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use crate::parser::{Parser, ParserInput};
pub fn map<P, F, I, O1, O2, E>(parser: P, map_fn: F) -> impl Parser<I, O2, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
P: Parser<I, O1, E>,
F: Fn(O1) -> O2,
{
let rep = parser.representation();
let p = move |input| {
parser
.parse(input)
.map(|(result, rest)| (map_fn(result), rest))
};
(p, rep)
}

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mod map;
mod optional;
mod repeated;
mod separated_by;
pub use map::map;
pub use optional::optional;
pub use repeated::repeated;
#[cfg(test)]
mod tests {
use super::*;
use crate::parser::Parser;
use crate::primitives::literal;
#[test]
fn test_map() {
let lit_a = literal("a");
let output = lit_a.map(|s| s.to_uppercase()).parse("a yolo");
assert_eq!(output.unwrap(), ("A".to_string(), " yolo"));
}
#[test]
fn test_one_or_more() {
let p = repeated(literal("bongo ")).at_least(1);
let input = "bongo bongo bongo bongo bongo ";
let (output, rest) = p.parse(input).unwrap();
assert_eq!(rest, "");
assert_eq!(output.len(), 5);
let (output, rest) = p.parse("bongo ecks").unwrap();
assert_eq!(output.len(), 1);
assert_eq!(rest, "ecks");
}
#[test]
fn test_separated_by() {
let p = repeated(literal("garb").to(20))
.separated_by(repeated(literal(" ")).at_least(1), false);
assert_eq!(
p.parse("garb garb garb garb").unwrap(),
(vec![20, 20, 20, 20], "")
);
assert!(p.parse("garb garb garb garb ").is_err());
let p =
repeated(literal("garb").to(20)).separated_by(repeated(literal(" ")).at_least(1), true);
assert_eq!(
p.parse("garb garb garb garb").unwrap(),
(vec![20, 20, 20, 20], "")
);
assert_eq!(
p.parse("garb garb garb garb ").unwrap(),
(vec![20, 20, 20, 20], "")
);
assert_eq!(
p.parse("garb garb garb garb q").unwrap(),
(vec![20, 20, 20, 20], "q")
);
}
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use crate::parser::{Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub fn optional<P, I, O, E>(parser: P) -> impl Parser<I, Option<O>, E>
where
P: Parser<I, O, E>,
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
let rep = Representation::from_choice(
&mut [parser.representation(), Representation::new("ε")].into_iter(),
);
let p = move |input: I| match parser.parse(input.clone()) {
Ok((output, rest)) => Ok((Some(output), rest)),
Err(_e) => Ok((None, input)),
};
(p, rep)
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use crate::combinators::separated_by::SeparatedBy;
use crate::parser::{BoxedParser, ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub fn repeated<'a, P, I, O>(parser: P) -> Repeated<'a, I, O>
where
P: Parser<I, O, I> + 'a,
I: ParserInput + Clone + 'a,
{
Repeated {
inner_parser: BoxedParser::new(parser),
at_least: None,
at_most: None,
}
}
pub struct Repeated<'a, I, O>
where
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
pub(super) inner_parser: BoxedParser<'a, I, O, I>,
pub(super) at_least: Option<u16>,
pub(super) at_most: Option<u16>,
}
impl<'a, I, O> Repeated<'a, I, O>
where
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
pub fn at_least(self, n: u16) -> Self {
Self {
at_least: Some(n),
..self
}
}
pub fn at_most(self, n: u16) -> Self {
Self {
at_most: Some(n),
..self
}
}
pub fn separated_by<D, O2>(self, delimiter: D, allow_trailing: bool) -> SeparatedBy<'a, I, O>
where
D: Parser<I, O2, I> + 'a,
O2: 'a,
I: 'a,
{
SeparatedBy {
inner_repeated: self,
delimiter: BoxedParser::new(delimiter.to(())),
allow_trailing,
}
}
}
impl<'a, I, O> Parser<I, Vec<O>, I> for Repeated<'a, I, O>
where
I: ParserInput + Clone + 'a,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, Vec<O>, I> {
let at_least = self.at_least.unwrap_or(0);
let at_most = self.at_most.unwrap_or(u16::MAX);
if at_most == 0 {
return Ok((vec![], input));
}
let mut results = Vec::new();
let mut count: u16 = 0;
let mut further_input = input.clone();
while let Ok((item, rest)) = self.inner_parser.parse(further_input.clone()) {
results.push(item);
further_input = rest;
count += 1;
if count >= at_most {
break;
}
}
if count < at_least {
return Err(input);
}
Ok((results, further_input))
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
Representation::repeated(
self.inner_parser.representation(),
self.at_least.unwrap_or(0),
self.at_most.unwrap_or(u16::MAX),
)
}
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use crate::combinators::repeated::Repeated;
use crate::parser::{BoxedParser, ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub struct SeparatedBy<'a, I, O>
where
I: ParserInput + Clone,
{
pub(super) inner_repeated: Repeated<'a, I, O>,
pub(super) delimiter: BoxedParser<'a, I, (), I>,
pub(super) allow_trailing: bool,
}
impl<'a, I, O> Parser<I, Vec<O>, I> for SeparatedBy<'a, I, O>
where
I: ParserInput + Clone + 'a,
{
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
Representation::new("sepby")
}
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, Vec<O>, I> {
let at_least = self.inner_repeated.at_least.unwrap_or(0);
let at_most = self.inner_repeated.at_most.unwrap_or(u16::MAX);
let parser = &self.inner_repeated.inner_parser;
let delimiter = &self.delimiter;
if at_most == 0 {
return Ok((vec![], input));
}
let mut results = Vec::new();
let mut count: u16 = 0;
let mut further_input;
match parser.parse(input.clone()) {
Ok((item, rest)) => {
results.push(item);
further_input = rest;
}
Err(_e) => {
if at_least > 0 {
return Err(input);
} else {
return Ok((vec![], input));
}
}
}
loop {
match delimiter.parse(further_input.clone()) {
Ok(((), rest)) => {
further_input = rest;
}
Err(_e) => {
break;
}
}
match parser.parse(further_input.clone()) {
Ok((item, rest)) => {
results.push(item);
further_input = rest;
count += 1;
}
Err(_e) if self.allow_trailing => {
break;
}
Err(e) => {
return Err(e);
}
}
if count >= at_most {
break;
}
}
if count < at_least {
return Err(input);
}
Ok((results, further_input))
}
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pub mod choice;
pub mod combinators;
mod parser;
pub mod primitives;
pub mod sequence;
pub use parser::{ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};

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use crate::parser::{ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub struct BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
{
inner: Box<dyn Parser<I, O, E> + 'a>,
}
impl<'a, I, O, E> BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
{
pub(crate) fn new<P>(inner: P) -> Self
where
P: Parser<I, O, E> + 'a,
{
BoxedParser {
inner: Box::new(inner),
}
}
}
impl<'a, I: ParserInput, O, E> Parser<I, O, E> for BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E> {
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
self.inner.representation()
}
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
self.inner.parse(input)
}
fn boxed<'b>(self) -> BoxedParser<'b, I, O, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'b,
{
self
}
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mod boxed_parser;
mod named_parser;
mod parser_input;
mod representation;
use std::rc::Rc;
pub use boxed_parser::BoxedParser;
pub use named_parser::NamedParser;
pub use parser_input::ParserInput;
pub use representation::Representation;
pub type ParseResult<I, O, E> = Result<(O, I), E>;
pub trait Parser<I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E>;
fn representation(&self) -> Representation;
fn boxed<'a>(self) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
{
BoxedParser::new(self)
}
fn map<'a, F, O2>(self, map_fn: F) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O2, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
E: 'a,
O: 'a,
O2: 'a,
F: Fn(O) -> O2 + 'a,
{
crate::combinators::map(self, map_fn).boxed()
}
fn to<'a, O2>(self, item: O2) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O2, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
O: 'a,
O2: Clone + 'a,
E: 'a,
{
self.map(move |_| item.clone())
}
fn then<'a, P, O2>(self, next_parser: P) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, (O, O2), E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
O: 'a,
O2: 'a,
E: 'a,
P: Parser<I, O2, E> + 'a,
{
crate::sequence::tuple2(self, next_parser).boxed()
}
fn ignore_then<'a, P, O2>(self, next_parser: P) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O2, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
O: 'a,
O2: 'a,
E: 'a,
P: Parser<I, O2, E> + 'a,
{
crate::sequence::tuple2(self, next_parser).map(|(_, next_output)| next_output)
}
fn then_ignore<'a, P, O2>(self, next_parser: P) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
O: 'a,
O2: 'a,
E: 'a,
P: Parser<I, O2, E> + 'a,
{
crate::sequence::tuple2(self, next_parser).map(|(this_output, _)| this_output)
}
fn delimited<'a, P1, O1, P2, O2>(self, left: P1, right: P2) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
O1: 'a,
O2: 'a,
O: 'a,
E: 'a,
P1: Parser<I, O1, E> + 'a,
P2: Parser<I, O2, E> + 'a,
{
crate::sequence::seq((left, self, right)).map(|(_, output, _)| output)
}
fn surrounded_by<'a, P, O1>(self, surrounding: P) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
O1: 'a,
O: 'a,
E: 'a,
P: Parser<I, O1, E> + 'a,
{
BoxedParser::new(move |input| {
let p1 = |i| surrounding.parse(i);
let p2 = |i| surrounding.parse(i);
let main = |i| self.parse(i);
crate::sequence::seq((p1, main, p2))
.map(|(_, output, _)| output)
.parse(input)
})
}
fn optional<'a>(self) -> BoxedParser<'a, I, Option<O>, E>
where
I: Clone + 'a,
O: 'a,
E: 'a,
Self: Sized + 'a,
{
crate::combinators::optional(self).boxed()
}
fn named<'a>(self, parser_name: &str) -> NamedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
Self: Sized + 'a,
I: 'a,
{
NamedParser::new(self.boxed(), parser_name.to_string())
}
}
impl<I: ParserInput, O, E, F> Parser<I, O, E> for F
where
F: Fn(I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
self(input)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
Representation::new("NOT IMPL'D")
}
}
impl<I: ParserInput, O, E, F> Parser<I, O, E> for (F, Representation)
where
F: Fn(I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
self.0(input)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
self.1.clone()
}
}
impl<I, O, E, T> Parser<I, O, E> for Rc<T>
where
I: ParserInput,
T: Parser<I, O, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
self.as_ref().parse(input)
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
self.as_ref().representation()
}
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use super::boxed_parser::BoxedParser;
use crate::parser::{ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub struct NamedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
{
inner_parser: BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>,
name: String,
}
impl<'a, I, O, E> NamedParser<'a, I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
{
pub(super) fn new(inner_parser: BoxedParser<'a, I, O, E>, name: String) -> Self
where
I: 'a,
{
NamedParser { inner_parser, name }
}
pub fn get_name(&'a self) -> &'a str {
self.name.as_ref()
}
}
impl<'a, I: ParserInput, O, E> Parser<I, O, E> for NamedParser<'a, I, O, E> {
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
self.inner_parser.representation()
}
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E> {
self.inner_parser.parse(input)
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pub trait ParserInput: std::fmt::Debug {
type Output;
fn next_token() -> Self::Output;
}
impl ParserInput for &str {
type Output = ();
fn next_token() -> Self::Output {
()
}
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#[derive(Debug, Clone, PartialEq)]
pub struct Representation {
val: String,
}
impl Representation {
pub fn new(from: &str) -> Self {
Self {
val: from.to_string(),
}
}
pub(crate) fn from_choice(
choice_parser_reps: &mut impl Iterator<Item = Representation>,
) -> Self {
let mut buf = String::new();
let mut iter = choice_parser_reps.peekable();
loop {
let rep = match iter.next() {
Some(r) => r,
None => break,
};
buf.push_str(&rep.val);
match iter.peek() {
Some(_) => {
buf.push_str(" | ");
}
None => {
break;
}
}
}
Representation::new(&buf)
}
pub(crate) fn from_sequence(
sequence_representations: &mut impl Iterator<Item = Representation>,
) -> Self {
let mut buf = String::new();
let mut iter = sequence_representations.peekable();
loop {
let rep = match iter.next() {
Some(r) => r,
None => break,
};
buf.push_str(&rep.val);
match iter.peek() {
Some(_) => {
buf.push_str(" ");
}
None => {
break;
}
}
}
Representation::new(&buf)
}
// TODO use at_least, at_most
pub(crate) fn repeated(underlying: Representation, at_least: u16, _at_most: u16) -> Self {
let sigil = if at_least == 0 { "*" } else { "+" };
Representation::new(&format!("({}){}", underlying.val, sigil))
}
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use crate::parser::{ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub fn literal_char(expected: char) -> impl Fn(&str) -> ParseResult<&str, char, &str> {
move |input| match input.chars().next() {
Some(ch) if ch == expected => Ok((expected, &input[ch.len_utf8()..])),
_ => Err(input),
}
}
pub fn literal<'a>(expected: &'static str) -> impl Parser<&'a str, &'a str, &'a str> {
println!("literal call expected: {}", expected);
let rep = Representation::new(expected);
let p = move |input: &'a str| match input.get(0..expected.len()) {
Some(next) if next == expected => Ok((expected, &input[expected.len()..])),
_ => Err(input),
};
(p, rep)
}
pub fn any_char(input: &str) -> ParseResult<&str, char, &str> {
match input.chars().next() {
Some(ch) => Ok((ch, &input[ch.len_utf8()..])),
None => Err(input),
}
}
pub fn one_of<'a>(items: &'static str) -> impl Parser<&'a str, &'a str, &'a str> {
let p = move |input: &'a str| {
if let Some(ch) = input.chars().next() {
if items.contains(ch) {
let (first, rest) = input.split_at(1);
return Ok((first, rest));
}
}
Err(input)
};
let mut s = String::new();
for ch in items.chars() {
s.push(ch);
s.push_str(" | ");
}
let rep = Representation::new(&s);
(p, rep)
}
pub fn pred<P, F, I, O>(parser: P, pred_fn: F) -> impl Parser<I, O, I>
where
I: ParserInput,
P: Parser<I, O, I>,
F: Fn(&O) -> bool,
{
let orig_rep = parser.representation();
(
move |input| {
parser.parse(input).and_then(|(result, rest)| {
if pred_fn(&result) {
Ok((result, rest))
} else {
Err(rest)
}
})
},
Representation::new(&format!("{:?} if <PREDICATE>", orig_rep)),
)
}
/// Parses a standard identifier in a programming language
pub fn identifier(input: &str) -> ParseResult<&str, String, &str> {
let mut chars = input.chars();
let mut buf = String::new();
match chars.next() {
Some(ch) if ch.is_alphabetic() => buf.push(ch),
_ => return Err(input),
}
for next in chars {
if next.is_alphanumeric() {
buf.push(next);
} else {
break;
}
}
let next_index = buf.len();
Ok((buf, &input[next_index..]))
}
#[cfg(test)]
mod tests {
use super::*;
#[test]
fn test_identifier() {
assert_eq!(
identifier("bongo1beans").unwrap(),
(("bongo1beans".to_string(), ""))
);
assert_eq!(identifier("2bongo1beans"), Err("2bongo1beans"));
}
#[test]
fn test_pred() {
let p = pred(any_char, |c| *c == 'f');
assert_eq!(p.parse("frog"), Ok(('f', "rog")));
}
}

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use crate::parser::{ParseResult, Parser, ParserInput, Representation};
pub fn tuple2<P1, P2, I, O1, O2, E>(parser1: P1, parser2: P2) -> impl Parser<I, (O1, O2), E>
where
I: ParserInput,
P1: Parser<I, O1, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O2, E>,
{
seq((parser1, parser2))
}
pub fn seq<T, I, O, E>(sequence: T) -> impl Parser<I, O, E>
where
I: ParserInput,
T: Sequence<I, O, E>,
{
let rep = sequence.representation();
let p = move |input| sequence.parse(input);
(p, rep)
}
/* TODO - eventually rewrite this parser combinator in Schala. Seeing what this
* code that makes heavy use of type variables and abstraction over types looks like
* in Schala's type system should be educational
*/
pub trait Sequence<I, O, E> {
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, O, E>;
fn representation(&self) -> Representation;
}
impl<I, O1, O2, E, P1, P2> Sequence<I, (O1, O2), E> for (P1, P2)
where
I: ParserInput,
P1: Parser<I, O1, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O2, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, (O1, O2), E> {
let parser1 = &self.0;
let parser2 = &self.1;
parser1.parse(input).and_then(|(result1, rest1)| {
parser2
.parse(rest1)
.map(|(result2, rest2)| ((result1, result2), rest2))
})
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let mut iter = [self.0.representation(), self.1.representation()].into_iter();
Representation::from_sequence(&mut iter)
}
}
impl<I, O1, O2, O3, E, P1, P2, P3> Sequence<I, (O1, O2, O3), E> for (P1, P2, P3)
where
I: ParserInput,
P1: Parser<I, O1, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O2, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O3, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, (O1, O2, O3), E> {
let parser1 = &self.0;
let parser2 = &self.1;
let parser3 = &self.2;
let (result1, rest1) = parser1.parse(input)?;
let (result2, rest2) = parser2.parse(rest1)?;
let (result3, rest3) = parser3.parse(rest2)?;
Ok(((result1, result2, result3), rest3))
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let mut iter = [
self.0.representation(),
self.1.representation(),
self.2.representation(),
]
.into_iter();
Representation::from_sequence(&mut iter)
}
}
impl<I, O1, O2, O3, O4, E, P1, P2, P3, P4> Sequence<I, (O1, O2, O3, O4), E> for (P1, P2, P3, P4)
where
I: ParserInput,
P1: Parser<I, O1, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O2, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O3, E>,
P4: Parser<I, O4, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, (O1, O2, O3, O4), E> {
let parser1 = &self.0;
let parser2 = &self.1;
let parser3 = &self.2;
let parser4 = &self.3;
let (result1, rest1) = parser1.parse(input)?;
let (result2, rest2) = parser2.parse(rest1)?;
let (result3, rest3) = parser3.parse(rest2)?;
let (result4, rest4) = parser4.parse(rest3)?;
Ok(((result1, result2, result3, result4), rest4))
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let mut iter = [
self.0.representation(),
self.1.representation(),
self.2.representation(),
self.3.representation(),
]
.into_iter();
Representation::from_sequence(&mut iter)
}
}
impl<I, O1, O2, O3, O4, O5, E, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5> Sequence<I, (O1, O2, O3, O4, O5), E>
for (P1, P2, P3, P4, P5)
where
I: ParserInput,
P1: Parser<I, O1, E>,
P2: Parser<I, O2, E>,
P3: Parser<I, O3, E>,
P4: Parser<I, O4, E>,
P5: Parser<I, O5, E>,
{
fn parse(&self, input: I) -> ParseResult<I, (O1, O2, O3, O4, O5), E> {
let parser1 = &self.0;
let parser2 = &self.1;
let parser3 = &self.2;
let parser4 = &self.3;
let parser5 = &self.4;
let (result1, rest1) = parser1.parse(input)?;
let (result2, rest2) = parser2.parse(rest1)?;
let (result3, rest3) = parser3.parse(rest2)?;
let (result4, rest4) = parser4.parse(rest3)?;
let (result5, rest5) = parser5.parse(rest4)?;
Ok(((result1, result2, result3, result4, result5), rest5))
}
fn representation(&self) -> Representation {
let mut iter = [
self.0.representation(),
self.1.representation(),
self.2.representation(),
self.3.representation(),
self.4.representation(),
]
.into_iter();
Representation::from_sequence(&mut iter)
}
}
#[cfg(test)]
mod test {
use super::*;
use crate::combinators::repeated;
use crate::primitives::{identifier, literal};
#[test]
fn test_tuple2() {
let p = tuple2(identifier, tuple2(literal(" "), literal("ruts")));
let (output, _rest) = p.parse("fort1 ruts").unwrap();
assert_eq!(output, ("fort1".into(), (" ", "ruts")));
let p = identifier.then(literal(" ")).then(literal("ruts"));
let (output, _rest) = p.parse("fort1 ruts").unwrap();
assert_eq!(output, (("fort1".into(), " "), "ruts"));
}
#[test]
fn test_seq() {
let p = seq((
literal("bong").to(10),
repeated(literal(" ")).to(()),
literal("hits").to(20),
));
assert_eq!(p.parse("bong hits").unwrap(), ((10, (), 20), ""));
let p = seq((
literal("alpha").to(10),
repeated(literal(" ")).to(()),
repeated(literal("-")).to(()),
repeated(literal(" ")),
literal("beta"),
));
assert_eq!(
p.parse("alpha ------ beta gamma").unwrap(),
((10, (), (), vec![" ", " ", " "], "beta"), " gamma")
);
}
}

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"$schema": "https://joplinapp.org/schema/settings.json",
"locale": "en_GB",
"sync.target": 6,
"markdown.plugin.softbreaks": false,
"markdown.plugin.typographer": false,
"spellChecker.language": "en-US",
"ui.layout": {
"key": "root",
"children": [
{
"key": "sideBar",
"width": 250,
"visible": true
},
{
"key": "noteList",
"width": 250,
"visible": true
},
{
"key": "editor",
"visible": true,
"width": 1493
},
{
"key": "plugin-view-joplin.plugin.note.tabs-note.tabs.panel",
"context": {
"pluginId": "joplin.plugin.note.tabs"
},
"visible": true
}
],
"visible": true
},
"noteVisiblePanes": [
"editor",
"viewer"
],
"theme": 4,
"sync.6.username": "webdav",
"net.ignoreTlsErrors": true,
"style.editor.contentMaxWidth": 600,
"editor.codeView": true,
"markdown.plugin.sub": true,
"markdown.plugin.sup": true,
"markdown.plugin.multitable": true
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use parser_combinator::choice::choice;
use parser_combinator::combinators::repeated;
use parser_combinator::primitives::{any_char, literal, literal_char, one_of, pred};
use parser_combinator::sequence::seq;
use parser_combinator::Parser;
use parser_combinator::Representation;
use proptest::prelude::*;
use rstest::*;
proptest! {
#[test]
fn doesnt_crash(s in "\\PC*") {
let _output = json_object().parse(&s);
}
#[test]
fn parse_string(s in r#"[^"]+"#) {
let input = format!("\"{}\"", s);
let output = json_string().parse(&input).unwrap();
match output {
(JsonValue::Str(output_s), "") if output_s == s => (),
_ => panic!(),
}
}
}
#[test]
fn test_parsing() {
let output = literal("a").parse("a yolo");
assert_eq!(output.unwrap(), ("a", " yolo"));
}
/*
* JSON BNF
* <JSON> ::= <value>
<value> ::= <object> | <array> | <boolean> | <string> | <number> | <null>
<array> ::= "[" [<value>] {"," <value>}* "]"
<object> ::= "{" [<property>] {"," <property>}* "}"
<property> ::= <string> ":" <value>
*/
#[derive(Debug, Clone, PartialEq)]
enum JsonValue {
Null,
Bool(bool),
Str(String),
Num(f64),
Array(Vec<JsonValue>),
Object(Vec<(String, JsonValue)>),
}
trait JsonParser<'a, T>: Parser<&'a str, T, &'a str> {}
impl<'a, T, P> JsonParser<'a, T> for P where P: Parser<&'a str, T, &'a str> {}
fn json_null<'a>() -> impl JsonParser<'a, JsonValue> {
literal("null").to(JsonValue::Null)
}
fn json_bool<'a>() -> impl JsonParser<'a, JsonValue> {
choice((
literal("true").to(JsonValue::Bool(true)),
literal("false").to(JsonValue::Bool(false)),
))
}
fn json_number<'a>() -> impl JsonParser<'a, JsonValue> {
fn digit<'a>() -> impl JsonParser<'a, &'a str> {
one_of("1234567890")
}
fn digits<'a>() -> impl JsonParser<'a, Vec<&'a str>> {
repeated(digit()).at_least(1)
}
let json_number_inner = choice((
seq((digits(), literal(".").ignore_then(digits()).optional())).map(
|(mut digits, maybe_decimal)| {
if let Some(decimal_digits) = maybe_decimal {
digits.push(".");
digits.extend(decimal_digits.into_iter());
}
digits.into_iter().collect::<String>()
},
),
literal(".").ignore_then(digits()).map(|decimal_digits| {
let mut d = vec!["."];
d.extend(decimal_digits.into_iter());
d.into_iter().collect::<String>()
}),
))
.map(|digits| digits.parse::<f64>().unwrap());
literal("-")
.optional()
.then(json_number_inner)
.map(|(maybe_sign, mut val)| {
if maybe_sign.is_some() {
val *= -1.0;
}
JsonValue::Num(val)
})
}