incremental-parser-0.3.1.1: Generic parser library capable of providing partial results from partial input.

Text.ParserCombinators.Incremental

Description

This module defines parsing combinators for incremental parsers.

The exported Parser type can provide partial parsing results from partial input, as long as the output is a Monoid. Construct a parser using the primitives and combinators, supply it with input using functions feed and feedEof, and extract the parsed output using results.

If your parser only ever uses the symmetric choice <||>, import the Text.ParserCombinators.Incremental.Symmetric module instead. Vice versa, if you always use the shortcutting <<|> choice, import Text.ParserCombinators.Incremental.LeftBiasedLocal instead of this module.

Implementation is based on Brzozowski derivatives.

Synopsis

# The Parser type

data Parser t s r Source #

The central parser type. Its first parameter is the subtype of the parser, the second is the input monoid type, the third the output type.

Instances

 Monoid s => Monad (Parser t s) Source # Usage of >>= destroys the incrementality of its left argument's parsing results, but >> is safe to use. Methods(>>=) :: Parser t s a -> (a -> Parser t s b) -> Parser t s b #(>>) :: Parser t s a -> Parser t s b -> Parser t s b #return :: a -> Parser t s a #fail :: String -> Parser t s a # Monoid s => Functor (Parser t s) Source # Usage of fmap destroys the incrementality of parsing results, if you need it use mapIncremental instead. Methodsfmap :: (a -> b) -> Parser t s a -> Parser t s b #(<\$) :: a -> Parser t s b -> Parser t s a # Monoid s => Applicative (Parser t s) Source # The <*> combinator requires its both arguments to provide complete parsing results, whereas *> and <* preserve the incremental results. Methodspure :: a -> Parser t s a #(<*>) :: Parser t s (a -> b) -> Parser t s a -> Parser t s b #liftA2 :: (a -> b -> c) -> Parser t s a -> Parser t s b -> Parser t s c #(*>) :: Parser t s a -> Parser t s b -> Parser t s b #(<*) :: Parser t s a -> Parser t s b -> Parser t s a # # Left-biased choice. The right parser is used only if the left one utterly fails. Methodssome :: Parser LeftBiasedLocal s a -> Parser LeftBiasedLocal s [a] #many :: Parser LeftBiasedLocal s a -> Parser LeftBiasedLocal s [a] # # The symmetric version of the <|> choice combinator. Methods(<|>) :: Parser Symmetric s a -> Parser Symmetric s a -> Parser Symmetric s a #some :: Parser Symmetric s a -> Parser Symmetric s [a] #many :: Parser Symmetric s a -> Parser Symmetric s [a] # # The MonadPlus instances are the same as the Alternative instances. Methods # The MonadPlus instances are the same as the Alternative instances. Methodsmplus :: Parser Symmetric s a -> Parser Symmetric s a -> Parser Symmetric s a # (Alternative (Parser t s), Monoid s) => MonoidAlternative (Parser t s) Source # Methodsmoptional :: (Semigroup a, Monoid a) => Parser t s a -> Parser t s a Source #concatMany :: (Semigroup a, Monoid a) => Parser t s a -> Parser t s a Source #concatSome :: (Semigroup a, Monoid a) => Parser t s a -> Parser t s a Source # Monoid s => MonoidApplicative (Parser t s) Source # The +<*> operator is specialized to return incremental parsing results. Methods(+<*>) :: Parser t s (a -> a) -> Parser t s a -> Parser t s a Source #(><) :: Semigroup a => Parser t s a -> Parser t s a -> Parser t s a Source # (Monoid s, Semigroup r) => Semigroup (Parser t s r) Source # Two parsers can be sequentially joined. Methods(<>) :: Parser t s r -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r #sconcat :: NonEmpty (Parser t s r) -> Parser t s r #stimes :: Integral b => b -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r # (Monoid s, Monoid r, Semigroup r) => Monoid (Parser t s r) Source # Methodsmempty :: Parser t s r #mappend :: Parser t s r -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r #mconcat :: [Parser t s r] -> Parser t s r #

# Using a Parser

feed :: Monoid s => s -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r Source #

Feeds a chunk of the input to the parser.

feedEof :: Monoid s => Parser t s r -> Parser t s r Source #

Signals the end of the input.

inspect :: Parser t s r -> ([(r, s)], Maybe (Maybe (r -> r), Parser t s r)) Source #

Like results, but more general: doesn't assume that the result type is a Monoid.

results :: Monoid r => Parser t s r -> ([(r, s)], Maybe (r, Parser t s r)) Source #

Extracts all available parsing results from a Parser. The first component of the result pair is a list of complete results together with the unconsumed remainder of the input. If the parsing can continue further, the second component of the pair provides the partial result prefix together with the parser for the rest of the input.

completeResults :: Parser t s r -> [(r, s)] Source #

Like results, but returns only the complete results with the corresponding unconsumed inputs.

resultPrefix :: Monoid r => Parser t s r -> (r, Parser t s r) Source #

Like results, but returns only the partial result prefix.

# Parser primitives

(<?>) :: Monoid s => Parser t s r -> String -> Parser t s r infix 0 Source #

Name a parser for error reporting in case it fails.

more :: (s -> Parser t s r) -> Parser t s r Source #

eof :: (MonoidNull s, Monoid r, Semigroup r) => Parser t s r Source #

A parser that fails on any non-empty input and succeeds at its end.

anyToken :: FactorialMonoid s => Parser t s s Source #

A parser that accepts any single input atom.

token :: (Eq s, FactorialMonoid s) => s -> Parser t s s Source #

A parser that accepts a specific input atom.

satisfy :: FactorialMonoid s => (s -> Bool) -> Parser t s s Source #

A parser that accepts an input atom only if it satisfies the given predicate.

acceptAll :: (Semigroup s, Monoid s) => Parser t s s Source #

A parser that accepts and consumes all input.

string :: (LeftReductiveMonoid s, MonoidNull s, Semigroup s) => s -> Parser t s s Source #

A parser that consumes and returns the given prefix of the input.

takeWhile :: (FactorialMonoid s, MonoidNull s) => (s -> Bool) -> Parser t s s Source #

A parser accepting the longest sequence of input atoms that match the given predicate; an optimized version of 'concatMany . satisfy'.

takeWhile1 :: (FactorialMonoid s, MonoidNull s) => (s -> Bool) -> Parser t s s Source #

A parser accepting the longest non-empty sequence of input atoms that match the given predicate; an optimized version of 'concatSome . satisfy'.

## Character primitives

satisfyChar :: TextualMonoid s => (Char -> Bool) -> Parser t s s Source #

Specialization of satisfy on TextualMonoid inputs, accepting an input character only if it satisfies the given predicate.

takeCharsWhile :: (TextualMonoid s, MonoidNull s) => (Char -> Bool) -> Parser t s s Source #

Specialization of takeWhile on TextualMonoid inputs, accepting the longest sequence of input characters that match the given predicate; an optimized version of 'concatMany . satisfyChar'.

takeCharsWhile1 :: (TextualMonoid s, MonoidNull s) => (Char -> Bool) -> Parser t s s Source #

Specialization of takeWhile1 on TextualMonoid inputs, accepting the longest non-empty sequence of input atoms that match the given predicate; an optimized version of 'concatSome . satisfyChar'.

# Parser combinators

count :: (Monoid s, Monoid r, Semigroup r) => Int -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r Source #

Accepts the given number of occurrences of the argument parser.

skip :: (Monoid s, Monoid r, Semigroup r) => Parser t s r' -> Parser t s r Source #

Discards the results of the argument parser.

moptional :: (MonoidAlternative f, Semigroup a, Monoid a) => f a -> f a Source #

Like optional, but restricted to Monoid results.

concatMany :: (MonoidAlternative f, Semigroup a, Monoid a) => f a -> f a Source #

Zero or more argument occurrences like many, but concatenated.

concatSome :: (MonoidAlternative f, Semigroup a, Monoid a) => f a -> f a Source #

One or more argument occurrences like some, but concatenated.

manyTill :: (Monoid s, Monoid r, Semigroup r) => Parser t s r -> Parser t s r' -> Parser t s r Source #

Repeats matching the first argument until the second one succeeds.

mapType :: (Parser t s r -> Parser b s r) -> Parser t s r -> Parser b s r Source #

mapIncremental :: (Monoid s, Monoid a, Monoid b) => (a -> b) -> Parser p s a -> Parser p s b Source #

Like fmap, but capable of mapping partial results, being restricted to Monoid types only.

(+<*>) :: MonoidApplicative f => f (a -> a) -> f a -> f a infixl 4 Source #

A variant of the Applicative's <*> operator specialized for endomorphic functions.

(<||>) :: Parser t s r -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r infixl 3 Source #

(<<|>) :: Monoid s => Parser t s r -> Parser t s r -> Parser t s r infixl 3 Source #

(><) :: (MonoidApplicative f, Semigroup a) => f a -> f a -> f a infixl 5 Source #

Lifted and potentially optimized monoid mappend operation from the parameter type.

lookAhead :: Monoid s => Parser t s r -> Parser t s r Source #

Behaves like the argument parser, but without consuming any input.

notFollowedBy :: (Monoid s, Monoid r) => Parser t s r' -> Parser t s r Source #

Does not consume any input; succeeds (with mempty result) iff the argument parser fails.

and :: (Monoid s, Monoid r1, Monoid r2) => Parser t s r1 -> Parser t s r2 -> Parser t s (r1, r2) Source #

Parallel parser conjunction: the combined parser keeps accepting input as long as both arguments do.

andThen :: (Monoid s, Monoid r1, Monoid r2) => Parser t s r1 -> Parser t s r2 -> Parser t s (r1, r2) Source #

A sequence parser that preserves incremental results, otherwise equivalent to liftA2 (,)

# Utilities

showWith :: (Monoid s, Monoid r, Show s) => ((s -> Parser t s r) -> String) -> (r -> String) -> Parser t s r -> String Source #

defaultMany :: (Monoid s, Alternative (Parser t s)) => Parser t s r -> Parser t s [r] Source #

defaultSome :: (Monoid s, Alternative (Parser t s)) => Parser t s r -> Parser t s [r] Source #