Class: Sass::Script::Lexer

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
Sass::SCSS::RX
Defined in:
lib/sass/script/lexer.rb

Overview

The lexical analyzer for SassScript. It takes a raw string and converts it to individual tokens that are easier to parse.

Direct Known Subclasses

CssLexer

Defined Under Namespace

Classes: Token

Constant Summary collapse

OPERATORS =

A hash from operator strings to the corresponding token types.

{
  '+' => :plus,
  '-' => :minus,
  '*' => :times,
  '/' => :div,
  '%' => :mod,
  '=' => :single_eq,
  ':' => :colon,
  '(' => :lparen,
  ')' => :rparen,
  ',' => :comma,
  'and' => :and,
  'or' => :or,
  'not' => :not,
  '==' => :eq,
  '!=' => :neq,
  '>=' => :gte,
  '<=' => :lte,
  '>' => :gt,
  '<' => :lt,
  '#{' => :begin_interpolation,
  '}' => :end_interpolation,
  ';' => :semicolon,
  '{' => :lcurly,
  '...' => :splat,
}
OPERATORS_REVERSE =
Sass::Util.map_hash(OPERATORS) {|k, v| [v, k]}
TOKEN_NAMES =
Sass::Util.map_hash(OPERATORS_REVERSE) {|k, v| [k, v.inspect]}.merge(
:const => "variable (e.g. $foo)",
:ident => "identifier (e.g. middle)")
OP_NAMES =

A list of operator strings ordered with longer names first so that > and < don't clobber >= and <=.

OPERATORS.keys.sort_by {|o| -o.size}
IDENT_OP_NAMES =

A sub-list of OP_NAMES that only includes operators with identifier names.

OP_NAMES.select {|k, v| k =~ /^\w+/}
PARSEABLE_NUMBER =
/(?:(\d*\.\d+)|(\d+))(?:[eE]([+-]?\d+))?(#{UNIT})?/
REGULAR_EXPRESSIONS =

A hash of regular expressions that are used for tokenizing.

{
  :whitespace => /\s+/,
  :comment => COMMENT,
  :single_line_comment => SINGLE_LINE_COMMENT,
  :variable => /(\$)(#{IDENT})/,
  :ident => /(#{IDENT})(\()?/,
  :number => PARSEABLE_NUMBER,
  :unary_minus_number => /-#{PARSEABLE_NUMBER}/,
  :color => HEXCOLOR,
  :id => /##{IDENT}/,
  :selector => /&/,
  :ident_op => /(#{Regexp.union(*IDENT_OP_NAMES.map do |s|
    Regexp.new(Regexp.escape(s) + "(?!#{NMCHAR}|\Z)")
  end)})/,
  :op => /(#{Regexp.union(*OP_NAMES)})/,
}
STRING_REGULAR_EXPRESSIONS =

A hash of regular expressions that are used for tokenizing strings.

The key is a [Symbol, Boolean] pair. The symbol represents which style of quotation to use, while the boolean represents whether or not the string is following an interpolated segment.

{
  :double => {
    false => string_re('"', '"'),
    true => string_re('', '"')
  },
  :single => {
    false => string_re("'", "'"),
    true => string_re('', "'")
  },
  :uri => {
    false => /url\(#{W}(#{URLCHAR}*?)(#{W}\)|#\{)/,
    true => /(#{URLCHAR}*?)(#{W}\)|#\{)/
  },
  # Defined in https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS/@-moz-document as a
  # non-standard version of http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-conditional/
  :url_prefix => {
    false => /url-prefix\(#{W}(#{URLCHAR}*?)(#{W}\)|#\{)/,
    true => /(#{URLCHAR}*?)(#{W}\)|#\{)/
  },
  :domain => {
    false => /domain\(#{W}(#{URLCHAR}*?)(#{W}\)|#\{)/,
    true => /(#{URLCHAR}*?)(#{W}\)|#\{)/
  }
}

Constants included from Sass::SCSS::RX

Sass::SCSS::RX::ANY, Sass::SCSS::RX::CDC, Sass::SCSS::RX::CDO, Sass::SCSS::RX::COMMENT, Sass::SCSS::RX::DASHMATCH, Sass::SCSS::RX::DOMAIN, Sass::SCSS::RX::ESCAPE, Sass::SCSS::RX::FUNCTION, Sass::SCSS::RX::GREATER, Sass::SCSS::RX::H, Sass::SCSS::RX::HASH, Sass::SCSS::RX::HEXCOLOR, Sass::SCSS::RX::IDENT, Sass::SCSS::RX::IDENT_HYPHEN_INTERP, Sass::SCSS::RX::IDENT_START, Sass::SCSS::RX::IMPORTANT, Sass::SCSS::RX::INCLUDES, Sass::SCSS::RX::INTERP_START, Sass::SCSS::RX::NAME, Sass::SCSS::RX::NL, Sass::SCSS::RX::NMCHAR, Sass::SCSS::RX::NMSTART, Sass::SCSS::RX::NONASCII, Sass::SCSS::RX::NOT, Sass::SCSS::RX::NUM, Sass::SCSS::RX::NUMBER, Sass::SCSS::RX::OPTIONAL, Sass::SCSS::RX::PERCENTAGE, Sass::SCSS::RX::PLUS, Sass::SCSS::RX::PREFIXMATCH, Sass::SCSS::RX::RANGE, Sass::SCSS::RX::S, Sass::SCSS::RX::SINGLE_LINE_COMMENT, Sass::SCSS::RX::STATIC_COMPONENT, Sass::SCSS::RX::STATIC_SELECTOR, Sass::SCSS::RX::STATIC_VALUE, Sass::SCSS::RX::STRING, Sass::SCSS::RX::STRING1, Sass::SCSS::RX::STRING1_NOINTERP, Sass::SCSS::RX::STRING2, Sass::SCSS::RX::STRING2_NOINTERP, Sass::SCSS::RX::STRING_NOINTERP, Sass::SCSS::RX::SUBSTRINGMATCH, Sass::SCSS::RX::SUFFIXMATCH, Sass::SCSS::RX::TILDE, Sass::SCSS::RX::UNICODE, Sass::SCSS::RX::UNICODERANGE, Sass::SCSS::RX::UNIT, Sass::SCSS::RX::UNITLESS_NUMBER, Sass::SCSS::RX::URI, Sass::SCSS::RX::URL, Sass::SCSS::RX::URLCHAR, Sass::SCSS::RX::URL_PREFIX, Sass::SCSS::RX::VARIABLE, Sass::SCSS::RX::W

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from Sass::SCSS::RX

escape_ident

Constructor Details

#initialize(str, line, offset, options) ⇒ Lexer

Returns a new instance of Lexer

Parameters:

  • str (String, StringScanner)

    The source text to lex

  • line (Fixnum)

    The 1-based line on which the SassScript appears. Used for error reporting and sourcemap building

  • offset (Fixnum)

    The 1-based character (not byte) offset in the line in the source. Used for error reporting and sourcemap building

  • options ({Symbol => Object})

    An options hash; see the Sass options documentation



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 151

def initialize(str, line, offset, options)
  @scanner = str.is_a?(StringScanner) ? str : Sass::Util::MultibyteStringScanner.new(str)
  @line = line
  @offset = offset
  @options = options
  @interpolation_stack = []
  @prev = nil
end

Instance Method Details

#after_interpolation?Boolean

Returns Whether or not the last token lexed was :end_interpolation.

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    Whether or not the last token lexed was :end_interpolation.



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 206

def after_interpolation?
  @prev && @prev.type == :end_interpolation
end

#done?Boolean

Returns Whether or not there's more source text to lex.

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    Whether or not there's more source text to lex.



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 200

def done?
  whitespace unless after_interpolation? && @interpolation_stack.last
  @scanner.eos? && @tok.nil?
end

#expected!(name)

Raise an error to the effect that name was expected in the input stream and wasn't found.

This calls #unpeek! to rewind the scanner to immediately after the last returned token.

Parameters:

  • name (String)

    The name of the entity that was expected but not found

Raises:



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 218

def expected!(name)
  unpeek!
  Sass::SCSS::Parser.expected(@scanner, name, @line)
end

#lineFixnum

The line number of the lexer's current position.

Returns:

  • (Fixnum)


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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 29

def line
  return @line unless @tok
  @tok.source_range.start_pos.line
end

#nextToken

Moves the lexer forward one token.

Returns:

  • (Token)

    The token that was moved past



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 163

def next
  @tok ||= read_token
  @tok, tok = nil, @tok
  @prev = tok
  tok
end

#offsetFixnum

The number of bytes into the current line of the lexer's current position (1-based).

Returns:

  • (Fixnum)


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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 38

def offset
  return @offset unless @tok
  @tok.source_range.start_pos.offset
end

#peekToken

Returns the next token without moving the lexer forward.

Returns:

  • (Token)

    The next token



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 185

def peek
  @tok ||= read_token
end

#str { ... } ⇒ String

Records all non-comment text the lexer consumes within the block and returns it as a string.

Yields:

  • A block in which text is recorded

Returns:

  • (String)


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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 228

def str
  old_pos = @tok ? @tok.pos : @scanner.pos
  yield
  new_pos = @tok ? @tok.pos : @scanner.pos
  @scanner.string[old_pos...new_pos]
end

#unpeek!

Rewinds the underlying StringScanner to before the token returned by #peek.



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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 191

def unpeek!
  if @tok
    @scanner.pos = @tok.pos
    @line = @tok.source_range.start_pos.line
    @offset = @tok.source_range.start_pos.offset
  end
end

#whitespace?(tok = @tok) ⇒ Boolean

Returns whether or not there's whitespace before the next token.

Returns:

  • (Boolean)


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# File 'lib/sass/script/lexer.rb', line 173

def whitespace?(tok = @tok)
  if tok
    @scanner.string[0...tok.pos] =~ /\s\Z/
  else
    @scanner.string[@scanner.pos, 1] =~ /^\s/ ||
      @scanner.string[@scanner.pos - 1, 1] =~ /\s\Z/
  end
end