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#include "unittest.h"
#include "rapidjson/reader.h"
#include "rapidjson/internal/dtoa.h"
#include "rapidjson/internal/itoa.h"
#include "rapidjson/memorystream.h"
#include <limits>
using namespace rapidjson;
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_PUSH
#ifdef __GNUC__
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_OFF(effc++)
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_OFF(float-equal)
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_OFF(missing-noreturn)
#if __GNUC__ >= 7
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_OFF(dangling-else)
#endif
#endif // __GNUC__
#ifdef __clang__
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_OFF(variadic-macros)
RAPIDJSON_DIAG_OFF(c++98-compat-pedantic)
#endif
template<bool expect>
struct ParseBoolHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseBoolHandler<expect> > {
ParseBoolHandler() : step_(0) {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
// gcc 4.8.x generates warning in EXPECT_EQ(bool, bool) on this gtest version.
// Workaround with EXPECT_TRUE().
bool Bool(bool b) { /*EXPECT_EQ(expect, b); */EXPECT_TRUE(expect == b); ++step_; return true; }
unsigned step_;
};
TEST(Reader, ParseTrue) {
StringStream s("true");
ParseBoolHandler<true> h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseFalse) {
StringStream s("false");
ParseBoolHandler<false> h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_);
}
struct ParseIntHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseIntHandler> {
ParseIntHandler() : step_(0), actual_() {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Int(int i) { actual_ = i; step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
int actual_;
};
struct ParseUintHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseUintHandler> {
ParseUintHandler() : step_(0), actual_() {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Uint(unsigned i) { actual_ = i; step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
unsigned actual_;
};
struct ParseInt64Handler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseInt64Handler> {
ParseInt64Handler() : step_(0), actual_() {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Int64(int64_t i) { actual_ = i; step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
int64_t actual_;
};
struct ParseUint64Handler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseUint64Handler> {
ParseUint64Handler() : step_(0), actual_() {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Uint64(uint64_t i) { actual_ = i; step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
uint64_t actual_;
};
struct ParseDoubleHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseDoubleHandler> {
ParseDoubleHandler() : step_(0), actual_() {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Double(double d) { actual_ = d; step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
double actual_;
};
TEST(Reader, ParseNumber_Integer) {
#define TEST_INTEGER(Handler, str, x) \
{ \
StringStream s(str); \
Handler h; \
Reader reader; \
reader.Parse(s, h); \
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_); \
EXPECT_EQ(x, h.actual_); \
}
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUintHandler, "0", 0u);
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUintHandler, "123", 123u);
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUintHandler, "2147483648", 2147483648u); // 2^31 - 1 (cannot be stored in int)
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUintHandler, "4294967295", 4294967295u);
TEST_INTEGER(ParseIntHandler, "-123", -123);
TEST_INTEGER(ParseIntHandler, "-2147483648", static_cast<int32_t>(0x80000000)); // -2^31 (min of int)
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUint64Handler, "4294967296", RAPIDJSON_UINT64_C2(1, 0)); // 2^32 (max of unsigned + 1, force to use uint64_t)
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUint64Handler, "18446744073709551615", RAPIDJSON_UINT64_C2(0xFFFFFFFF, 0xFFFFFFFF)); // 2^64 - 1 (max of uint64_t)
TEST_INTEGER(ParseInt64Handler, "-2147483649", static_cast<int64_t>(RAPIDJSON_UINT64_C2(0xFFFFFFFF, 0x7FFFFFFF))); // -2^31 -1 (min of int - 1, force to use int64_t)
TEST_INTEGER(ParseInt64Handler, "-9223372036854775808", static_cast<int64_t>(RAPIDJSON_UINT64_C2(0x80000000, 0x00000000))); // -2^63 (min of int64_t)
// Random test for uint32_t/int32_t
{
union {
uint32_t u;
int32_t i;
}u;
Random r;
for (unsigned i = 0; i < 100000; i++) {
u.u = r();
char buffer[32];
*internal::u32toa(u.u, buffer) = '\0';
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUintHandler, buffer, u.u);
if (u.i < 0) {
*internal::i32toa(u.i, buffer) = '\0';
TEST_INTEGER(ParseIntHandler, buffer, u.i);
}
}
}
// Random test for uint64_t/int64_t
{
union {
uint64_t u;
int64_t i;
}u;
Random r;
for (unsigned i = 0; i < 100000; i++) {
u.u = uint64_t(r()) << 32;
u.u |= r();
char buffer[32];
if (u.u > uint64_t(4294967295u)) {
*internal::u64toa(u.u, buffer) = '\0';
TEST_INTEGER(ParseUint64Handler, buffer, u.u);
}
if (u.i < -int64_t(2147483648u)) {
*internal::i64toa(u.i, buffer) = '\0';
TEST_INTEGER(ParseInt64Handler, buffer, u.i);
}
}
}
#undef TEST_INTEGER
}
template<bool fullPrecision>
static void TestParseDouble() {
#define TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, str, x) \
{ \
StringStream s(str); \
ParseDoubleHandler h; \
Reader reader; \
ASSERT_EQ(kParseErrorNone, reader.Parse<fullPrecision ? kParseFullPrecisionFlag : 0>(s, h).Code()); \
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_); \
internal::Double e(x), a(h.actual_); \
if (fullPrecision) { \
EXPECT_EQ(e.Uint64Value(), a.Uint64Value()); \
if (e.Uint64Value() != a.Uint64Value()) \
printf(" String: %s\n Actual: %.17g\nExpected: %.17g\n", str, h.actual_, x); \
} \
else { \
EXPECT_EQ(e.Sign(), a.Sign()); /* for 0.0 != -0.0 */ \
EXPECT_DOUBLE_EQ(x, h.actual_); \
} \
}
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0.0", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-0.0", -0.0); // For checking issue #289
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.0", 1.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1.0", -1.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.5", 1.5);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1.5", -1.5);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "3.1416", 3.1416);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1E10", 1E10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e10", 1e10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1E+10", 1E+10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1E-10", 1E-10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1E10", -1E10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1e10", -1e10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1E+10", -1E+10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1E-10", -1E-10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.234E+10", 1.234E+10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.234E-10", 1.234E-10);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.79769e+308", 1.79769e+308);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.22507e-308", 2.22507e-308);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1.79769e+308", -1.79769e+308);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-2.22507e-308", -2.22507e-308);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "4.9406564584124654e-324", 4.9406564584124654e-324); // minimum denormal
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.2250738585072009e-308", 2.2250738585072009e-308); // Max subnormal double
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.2250738585072014e-308", 2.2250738585072014e-308); // Min normal positive double
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.7976931348623157e+308", 1.7976931348623157e+308); // Max double
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-10000", 0.0); // must underflow
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "18446744073709551616", 18446744073709551616.0); // 2^64 (max of uint64_t + 1, force to use double)
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-9223372036854775809", -9223372036854775809.0); // -2^63 - 1(min of int64_t + 1, force to use double)
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0.9868011474609375", 0.9868011474609375); // https://github.com/Tencent/rapidjson/issues/120
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "123e34", 123e34); // Fast Path Cases In Disguise
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "45913141877270640000.0", 45913141877270640000.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.2250738585072011e-308", 2.2250738585072011e-308); // http://www.exploringbinary.com/php-hangs-on-numeric-value-2-2250738585072011e-308/
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-00011111111111", 0.0); // Issue #313
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "-1e-00011111111111", -0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-214748363", 0.0); // Maximum supported negative exponent
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-214748364", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-21474836311", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.00000000001e-2147483638", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0.017976931348623157e+310", 1.7976931348623157e+308); // Max double in another form
// Since
// abs((2^-1022 - 2^-1074) - 2.2250738585072012e-308) = 3.109754131239141401123495768877590405345064751974375599... x 10^-324
// abs((2^-1022) - 2.2250738585072012e-308) = 1.830902327173324040642192159804623318305533274168872044... x 10 ^ -324
// So 2.2250738585072012e-308 should round to 2^-1022 = 2.2250738585072014e-308
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.2250738585072012e-308", 2.2250738585072014e-308); // http://www.exploringbinary.com/java-hangs-when-converting-2-2250738585072012e-308/
// More closer to normal/subnormal boundary
// boundary = 2^-1022 - 2^-1075 = 2.225073858507201136057409796709131975934819546351645648... x 10^-308
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.22507385850720113605740979670913197593481954635164564e-308", 2.2250738585072009e-308);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.22507385850720113605740979670913197593481954635164565e-308", 2.2250738585072014e-308);
// 1.0 is in (1.0 - 2^-54, 1.0 + 2^-53)
// 1.0 - 2^-54 = 0.999999999999999944488848768742172978818416595458984375
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0.999999999999999944488848768742172978818416595458984375", 1.0); // round to even
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0.999999999999999944488848768742172978818416595458984374", 0.99999999999999989); // previous double
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0.999999999999999944488848768742172978818416595458984376", 1.0); // next double
// 1.0 + 2^-53 = 1.00000000000000011102230246251565404236316680908203125
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.00000000000000011102230246251565404236316680908203125", 1.0); // round to even
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.00000000000000011102230246251565404236316680908203124", 1.0); // previous double
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.00000000000000011102230246251565404236316680908203126", 1.00000000000000022); // next double
// Numbers from https://github.com/floitsch/double-conversion/blob/master/test/cctest/test-strtod.cc
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "72057594037927928.0", 72057594037927928.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "72057594037927936.0", 72057594037927936.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "72057594037927932.0", 72057594037927936.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "7205759403792793199999e-5", 72057594037927928.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "7205759403792793200001e-5", 72057594037927936.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "9223372036854774784.0", 9223372036854774784.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "9223372036854775808.0", 9223372036854775808.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "9223372036854775296.0", 9223372036854775808.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "922337203685477529599999e-5", 9223372036854774784.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "922337203685477529600001e-5", 9223372036854775808.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "10141204801825834086073718800384", 10141204801825834086073718800384.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "10141204801825835211973625643008", 10141204801825835211973625643008.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "10141204801825834649023672221696", 10141204801825835211973625643008.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1014120480182583464902367222169599999e-5", 10141204801825834086073718800384.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1014120480182583464902367222169600001e-5", 10141204801825835211973625643008.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "5708990770823838890407843763683279797179383808", 5708990770823838890407843763683279797179383808.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "5708990770823839524233143877797980545530986496", 5708990770823839524233143877797980545530986496.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "5708990770823839207320493820740630171355185152", 5708990770823839524233143877797980545530986496.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "5708990770823839207320493820740630171355185151999e-3", 5708990770823838890407843763683279797179383808.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "5708990770823839207320493820740630171355185152001e-3", 5708990770823839524233143877797980545530986496.0);
{
char n1e308[310]; // '1' followed by 308 '0'
n1e308[0] = '1';
for (int i = 1; i < 309; i++)
n1e308[i] = '0';
n1e308[309] = '\0';
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, n1e308, 1E308);
}
// Cover trimming
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"2.22507385850720113605740979670913197593481954635164564802342610972482222202107694551652952390813508"
"7914149158913039621106870086438694594645527657207407820621743379988141063267329253552286881372149012"
"9811224514518898490572223072852551331557550159143974763979834118019993239625482890171070818506906306"
"6665599493827577257201576306269066333264756530000924588831643303777979186961204949739037782970490505"
"1080609940730262937128958950003583799967207254304360284078895771796150945516748243471030702609144621"
"5722898802581825451803257070188608721131280795122334262883686223215037756666225039825343359745688844"
"2390026549819838548794829220689472168983109969836584681402285424333066033985088644580400103493397042"
"7567186443383770486037861622771738545623065874679014086723327636718751234567890123456789012345678901"
"e-308",
2.2250738585072014e-308);
{
static const unsigned count = 100; // Tested with 1000000 locally
Random r;
Reader reader; // Reusing reader to prevent heap allocation
// Exhaustively test different exponents with random significant
for (uint64_t exp = 0; exp < 2047; exp++) {
;
for (unsigned i = 0; i < count; i++) {
// Need to call r() in two statements for cross-platform coherent sequence.
uint64_t u = (exp << 52) | uint64_t(r() & 0x000FFFFF) << 32;
u |= uint64_t(r());
internal::Double d = internal::Double(u);
char buffer[32];
*internal::dtoa(d.Value(), buffer) = '\0';
StringStream s(buffer);
ParseDoubleHandler h;
ASSERT_EQ(kParseErrorNone, reader.Parse<fullPrecision ? kParseFullPrecisionFlag : 0>(s, h).Code());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_);
internal::Double a(h.actual_);
if (fullPrecision) {
EXPECT_EQ(d.Uint64Value(), a.Uint64Value());
if (d.Uint64Value() != a.Uint64Value())
printf(" String: %s\n Actual: %.17g\nExpected: %.17g\n", buffer, h.actual_, d.Value());
}
else {
EXPECT_EQ(d.Sign(), a.Sign()); // for 0.0 != -0.0
EXPECT_DOUBLE_EQ(d.Value(), h.actual_);
}
}
}
}
// Issue #340
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "7.450580596923828e-9", 7.450580596923828e-9);
{
internal::Double d(1.0);
for (int i = 0; i < 324; i++) {
char buffer[32];
*internal::dtoa(d.Value(), buffer) = '\0';
StringStream s(buffer);
ParseDoubleHandler h;
Reader reader;
ASSERT_EQ(kParseErrorNone, reader.Parse<fullPrecision ? kParseFullPrecisionFlag : 0>(s, h).Code());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_);
internal::Double a(h.actual_);
if (fullPrecision) {
EXPECT_EQ(d.Uint64Value(), a.Uint64Value());
if (d.Uint64Value() != a.Uint64Value())
printf(" String: %s\n Actual: %.17g\nExpected: %.17g\n", buffer, h.actual_, d.Value());
}
else {
EXPECT_EQ(d.Sign(), a.Sign()); // for 0.0 != -0.0
EXPECT_DOUBLE_EQ(d.Value(), h.actual_);
}
d = d.Value() * 0.5;
}
}
// Issue 1249
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0e100", 0.0);
// Issue 1251
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "128.74836467836484838364836483643636483648e-336", 0.0);
// Issue 1256
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"6223372036854775296.1701512723685473547372536854755293372036854685477"
"529752233737201701512337200972013723685473123372036872036854236854737"
"247372368372367752975258547752975254729752547372368737201701512354737"
"83723677529752585477247372368372368547354737253685475529752",
6223372036854775808.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-325", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-324", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2e-324", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.4703282292062327e-324", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.4703282292062328e-324", 5e-324);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.48e-324",5e-324);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "2.5e-324", 5e-324);
#if 0
// Test (length + exponent) overflow
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0e+2147483647", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0e-2147483648", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1e-2147483648", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0e+9223372036854775807", 0.0);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "0e-9223372036854775808", 0.0);
#endif
if (fullPrecision)
{
// Slightly above max-normal
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision, "1.7976931348623158e+308", 1.7976931348623158e+308);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"17976931348623157081452742373170435679807056752584499659891747680315726"
"07800285387605895586327668781715404589535143824642343213268894641827684"
"67546703537516986049910576551282076245490090389328944075868508455133942"
"30458323690322294816580855933212334827479782620414472316873817718091929"
"9881250404026184124858368",
std::numeric_limits<double>::max());
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"243546080556034731077856379609316893158278902575447060151047"
"212703405344938119816206067372775299130836050315842578309818"
"316450894337978612745889730079163798234256495613858256849283"
"467066859489192118352020514036083287319232435355752493038825"
"828481044358810649108367633313557305310641892225870327827273"
"41408256.000000",
2.4354608055603473e+307);
}
// 9007199254740991 * 2^971 (max normal)
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"1.797693134862315708145274237317043567980705675258449965989174768031572607800285"
"38760589558632766878171540458953514382464234321326889464182768467546703537516986"
"04991057655128207624549009038932894407586850845513394230458323690322294816580855"
"9332123348274797826204144723168738177180919299881250404026184124858368e+308",
1.797693134862315708e+308 // 0x1.fffffffffffffp1023
);
#if 0
// TODO:
// Should work at least in full-precision mode...
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"0.00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"0000000000000000000024703282292062327208828439643411068618252"
"9901307162382212792841250337753635104375932649918180817996189"
"8982823477228588654633283551779698981993873980053909390631503"
"5659515570226392290858392449105184435931802849936536152500319"
"3704576782492193656236698636584807570015857692699037063119282"
"7955855133292783433840935197801553124659726357957462276646527"
"2827220056374006485499977096599470454020828166226237857393450"
"7363390079677619305775067401763246736009689513405355374585166"
"6113422376667860416215968046191446729184030053005753084904876"
"5391711386591646239524912623653881879636239373280423891018672"
"3484976682350898633885879256283027559956575244555072551893136"
"9083625477918694866799496832404970582102851318545139621383772"
"2826145437693412532098591327667236328125",
0.0);
#endif
// 9007199254740991 * 2^-1074 = (2^53 - 1) * 2^-1074
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"4.450147717014402272114819593418263951869639092703291296046852219449644444042153"
"89103305904781627017582829831782607924221374017287738918929105531441481564124348"
"67599762821265346585071045737627442980259622449029037796981144446145705102663115"
"10031828794952795966823603998647925096578034214163701381261333311989876551545144"
"03152612538132666529513060001849177663286607555958373922409899478075565940981010"
"21612198814605258742579179000071675999344145086087205681577915435923018910334964"
"86942061405218289243144579760516365090360651414037721744226256159024466852576737"
"24464300755133324500796506867194913776884780053099639677097589658441378944337966"
"21993967316936280457084866613206797017728916080020698679408551343728867675409720"
"757232455434770912461317493580281734466552734375e-308",
4.450147717014402272e-308 // 0x1.fffffffffffffp-1022
);
// 9007199254740990 * 2^-1074
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"4.450147717014401778049173752171719775300846224481918930987049605124880018456471"
"39035755177760751831052846195619008686241717547743167145836439860405887584484471"
"19639655002484083577939142623582164522087943959208000909794783876158397872163051"
"22622675229968408654350206725478309956546318828765627255022767720818849892988457"
"26333908582101604036318532842699932130356061901518261174396928478121372742040102"
"17446565569357687263889031732270082446958029584739170416643195242132750803227473"
"16608838720742955671061336566907126801014814608027120593609275183716632624844904"
"31985250929886016737037234388448352929102742708402644340627409931664203093081360"
"70794835812045179006047003875039546061891526346421705014598610179523165038319441"
"51446491086954182492263498716056346893310546875e-308",
4.450147717014401778e-308 // 0x1.ffffffffffffep-1022
);
// half way between the two numbers above.
// round to nearest even.
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"4.450147717014402025081996672794991863585242658592605113516950912287262231249312"
"64069530541271189424317838013700808305231545782515453032382772695923684574304409"
"93619708911874715081505094180604803751173783204118519353387964161152051487413083"
"16327252012460602310586905362063117526562176521464664318142050516404363222266800"
"64743260560117135282915796422274554896821334728738317548403413978098469341510556"
"19529382191981473003234105366170879223151087335413188049110555339027884856781219"
"01775450062980622457102958163711745945687733011032421168917765671370549738710820"
"78224775842509670618916870627821633352993761380751142008862499795052791018709663"
"46394401564490729731565935244123171539810221213221201847003580761626016356864581"
"1358486831521563686919762403704226016998291015625e-308",
4.450147717014401778e-308 // 0x1.ffffffffffffep-1022
);
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"4.450147717014402025081996672794991863585242658592605113516950912287262231249312"
"64069530541271189424317838013700808305231545782515453032382772695923684574304409"
"93619708911874715081505094180604803751173783204118519353387964161152051487413083"
"16327252012460602310586905362063117526562176521464664318142050516404363222266800"
"64743260560117135282915796422274554896821334728738317548403413978098469341510556"
"19529382191981473003234105366170879223151087335413188049110555339027884856781219"
"01775450062980622457102958163711745945687733011032421168917765671370549738710820"
"78224775842509670618916870627821633352993761380751142008862499795052791018709663"
"46394401564490729731565935244123171539810221213221201847003580761626016356864581"
"13584868315215636869197624037042260169982910156250000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000e-308",
4.450147717014401778e-308 // 0x1.ffffffffffffep-1022
);
#if 0
// ... round up
// TODO:
// Should work at least in full-precision mode...
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"4.450147717014402025081996672794991863585242658592605113516950912287262231249312"
"64069530541271189424317838013700808305231545782515453032382772695923684574304409"
"93619708911874715081505094180604803751173783204118519353387964161152051487413083"
"16327252012460602310586905362063117526562176521464664318142050516404363222266800"
"64743260560117135282915796422274554896821334728738317548403413978098469341510556"
"19529382191981473003234105366170879223151087335413188049110555339027884856781219"
"01775450062980622457102958163711745945687733011032421168917765671370549738710820"
"78224775842509670618916870627821633352993761380751142008862499795052791018709663"
"46394401564490729731565935244123171539810221213221201847003580761626016356864581"
"13584868315215636869197624037042260169982910156250000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001e-308",
4.450147717014402272e-308 // 0x1.fffffffffffffp-1022
);
#endif
// ... round down
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"4.450147717014402025081996672794991863585242658592605113516950912287262231249312"
"64069530541271189424317838013700808305231545782515453032382772695923684574304409"
"93619708911874715081505094180604803751173783204118519353387964161152051487413083"
"16327252012460602310586905362063117526562176521464664318142050516404363222266800"
"64743260560117135282915796422274554896821334728738317548403413978098469341510556"
"19529382191981473003234105366170879223151087335413188049110555339027884856781219"
"01775450062980622457102958163711745945687733011032421168917765671370549738710820"
"78224775842509670618916870627821633352993761380751142008862499795052791018709663"
"46394401564490729731565935244123171539810221213221201847003580761626016356864581"
"13584868315215636869197624037042260169982910156249999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999e-308",
4.450147717014401778e-308 // 0x1.ffffffffffffep-1022
);
#if 0
// XXX:
// https://travis-ci.org/Tencent/rapidjson/jobs/393054531#L1634
// Slightly below half way between max-normal and infinity.
// Should round down.
TEST_DOUBLE(fullPrecision,
"1.797693134862315807937289714053034150799341327100378269361737789804449682927647"
"50946649017977587207096330286416692887910946555547851940402630657488671505820681"
"90890200070838367627385484581771153176447573027006985557136695962284291481986083"
"49364752927190741684443655107043427115596995080930428801779041744977919999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999"
"99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999e+308",
1.797693134862315708e+308 // 0x1.fffffffffffffp1023
);
#endif
#undef TEST_DOUBLE
}
TEST(Reader, ParseNumber_NormalPrecisionDouble) {
TestParseDouble<false>();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseNumber_FullPrecisionDouble) {
TestParseDouble<true>();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseNumber_NormalPrecisionError) {
static unsigned count = 1000000;
Random r;
double ulpSum = 0.0;
double ulpMax = 0.0;
for (unsigned i = 0; i < count; i++) {
internal::Double e, a;
do {
// Need to call r() in two statements for cross-platform coherent sequence.
uint64_t u = uint64_t(r()) << 32;
u |= uint64_t(r());
e = u;
} while (e.IsNan() || e.IsInf() || !e.IsNormal());
char buffer[32];
*internal::dtoa(e.Value(), buffer) = '\0';
StringStream s(buffer);
ParseDoubleHandler h;
Reader reader;
ASSERT_EQ(kParseErrorNone, reader.Parse(s, h).Code());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_);
a = h.actual_;
uint64_t bias1 = e.ToBias();
uint64_t bias2 = a.ToBias();
double ulp = static_cast<double>(bias1 >= bias2 ? bias1 - bias2 : bias2 - bias1);
ulpMax = (std::max)(ulpMax, ulp);
ulpSum += ulp;
}
printf("ULP Average = %g, Max = %g \n", ulpSum / count, ulpMax);
}
template<bool fullPrecision>
static void TestParseNumberError() {
#define TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(errorCode, str, errorOffset, streamPos) \
{ \
char buffer[2048]; \
ASSERT_LT(std::strlen(str), 2048u); \
sprintf(buffer, "%s", str); \
InsituStringStream s(buffer); \
BaseReaderHandler<> h; \
Reader reader; \
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<fullPrecision ? kParseFullPrecisionFlag : 0>(s, h)); \
EXPECT_EQ(errorCode, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
EXPECT_EQ(errorOffset, reader.GetErrorOffset());\
EXPECT_EQ(streamPos, s.Tell());\
}
// Number too big to be stored in double.
{
char n1e309[311]; // '1' followed by 309 '0'
n1e309[0] = '1';
for (int i = 1; i < 310; i++)
n1e309[i] = '0';
n1e309[310] = '\0';
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, n1e309, 0, 310);
}
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1e309", 0, 5);
// Miss fraction part in number.
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberMissFraction, "1.", 2, 2);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberMissFraction, "1.a", 2, 2);
// Miss exponent in number.
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberMissExponent, "1e", 2, 2);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberMissExponent, "1e_", 2, 2);
// Issue 849
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1.8e308", 0, 7);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "5e308", 0, 5);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1e309", 0, 5);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1.0e310", 0, 7);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1.00e310", 0, 8);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "-1.8e308", 0, 8);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "-1e309", 0, 6);
// Issue 1253
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "2e308", 0, 5);
// Issue 1259
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig,
"88474320368547737236837236775298547354737253685475547552933720368546854775297525"
"29337203685468547770151233720097201372368547312337203687203685423685123372036872"
"03685473724737236837236775297525854775297525472975254737236873720170151235473783"
"7236737247372368772473723683723456789012E66", 0, 283);
#if 0
// Test (length + exponent) overflow
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1e+2147483647", 0, 13);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1e+9223372036854775807", 0, 22);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1e+10000", 0, 8);
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig, "1e+50000", 0, 8);
#endif
// 9007199254740992 * 2^971 ("infinity")
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig,
"1.797693134862315907729305190789024733617976978942306572734300811577326758055009"
"63132708477322407536021120113879871393357658789768814416622492847430639474124377"
"76789342486548527630221960124609411945308295208500576883815068234246288147391311"
"0540827237163350510684586298239947245938479716304835356329624224137216e+308", 0, 315);
// TODO:
// These tests (currently) fail in normal-precision mode
if (fullPrecision)
{
// Half way between max-normal and infinity
// Should round to infinity in nearest-even mode.
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig,
"1.797693134862315807937289714053034150799341327100378269361737789804449682927647"
"50946649017977587207096330286416692887910946555547851940402630657488671505820681"
"90890200070838367627385484581771153176447573027006985557136695962284291481986083"
"49364752927190741684443655107043427115596995080930428801779041744977920000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000e+308", 0, 1125);
// ...round up
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig,
"1.797693134862315807937289714053034150799341327100378269361737789804449682927647"
"50946649017977587207096330286416692887910946555547851940402630657488671505820681"
"90890200070838367627385484581771153176447573027006985557136695962284291481986083"
"49364752927190741684443655107043427115596995080930428801779041744977920000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001e+308", 0, 1205);
}
TEST_NUMBER_ERROR(kParseErrorNumberTooBig,
"10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
"0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001", 0, 310);
#undef TEST_NUMBER_ERROR
}
TEST(Reader, ParseNumberError_NormalPrecisionDouble) {
TestParseNumberError<false>();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseNumberError_FullPrecisionDouble) {
TestParseNumberError<true>();
}
template <typename Encoding>
struct ParseStringHandler : BaseReaderHandler<Encoding, ParseStringHandler<Encoding> > {
ParseStringHandler() : str_(0), length_(0), copy_() {}
~ParseStringHandler() { EXPECT_TRUE(str_ != 0); if (copy_) free(const_cast<typename Encoding::Ch*>(str_)); }
ParseStringHandler(const ParseStringHandler&);
ParseStringHandler& operator=(const ParseStringHandler&);
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool String(const typename Encoding::Ch* str, size_t length, bool copy) {
EXPECT_EQ(0, str_);
if (copy) {
str_ = static_cast<typename Encoding::Ch*>(malloc((length + 1) * sizeof(typename Encoding::Ch)));
memcpy(const_cast<typename Encoding::Ch*>(str_), str, (length + 1) * sizeof(typename Encoding::Ch));
}
else
str_ = str;
length_ = length;
copy_ = copy;
return true;
}
const typename Encoding::Ch* str_;
size_t length_;
bool copy_;
};
TEST(Reader, ParseString) {
#define TEST_STRING(Encoding, e, x) \
{ \
Encoding::Ch* buffer = StrDup(x); \
GenericInsituStringStream<Encoding> is(buffer); \
ParseStringHandler<Encoding> h; \
GenericReader<Encoding, Encoding> reader; \
reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag | kParseValidateEncodingFlag>(is, h); \
EXPECT_EQ(0, StrCmp<Encoding::Ch>(e, h.str_)); \
EXPECT_EQ(StrLen(e), h.length_); \
free(buffer); \
GenericStringStream<Encoding> s(x); \
ParseStringHandler<Encoding> h2; \
GenericReader<Encoding, Encoding> reader2; \
reader2.Parse(s, h2); \
EXPECT_EQ(0, StrCmp<Encoding::Ch>(e, h2.str_)); \
EXPECT_EQ(StrLen(e), h2.length_); \
}
// String constant L"\xXX" can only specify character code in bytes, which is not endianness-neutral.
// And old compiler does not support u"" and U"" string literal. So here specify string literal by array of Ch.
// In addition, GCC 4.8 generates -Wnarrowing warnings when character code >= 128 are assigned to signed integer types.
// Therefore, utype is added for declaring unsigned array, and then cast it to Encoding::Ch.
#define ARRAY(...) { __VA_ARGS__ }
#define TEST_STRINGARRAY(Encoding, utype, array, x) \
{ \
static const utype ue[] = array; \
static const Encoding::Ch* e = reinterpret_cast<const Encoding::Ch *>(&ue[0]); \
TEST_STRING(Encoding, e, x); \
}
#define TEST_STRINGARRAY2(Encoding, utype, earray, xarray) \
{ \
static const utype ue[] = earray; \
static const utype xe[] = xarray; \
static const Encoding::Ch* e = reinterpret_cast<const Encoding::Ch *>(&ue[0]); \
static const Encoding::Ch* x = reinterpret_cast<const Encoding::Ch *>(&xe[0]); \
TEST_STRING(Encoding, e, x); \
}
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "", "\"\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "Hello", "\"Hello\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "Hello\nWorld", "\"Hello\\nWorld\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "\"\\/\b\f\n\r\t", "\"\\\"\\\\/\\b\\f\\n\\r\\t\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "\x24", "\"\\u0024\""); // Dollar sign U+0024
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "\xC2\xA2", "\"\\u00A2\""); // Cents sign U+00A2
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "\xE2\x82\xAC", "\"\\u20AC\""); // Euro sign U+20AC
TEST_STRING(UTF8<>, "\xF0\x9D\x84\x9E", "\"\\uD834\\uDD1E\""); // G clef sign U+1D11E
// UTF16
TEST_STRING(UTF16<>, L"", L"\"\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF16<>, L"Hello", L"\"Hello\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF16<>, L"Hello\nWorld", L"\"Hello\\nWorld\"");
TEST_STRING(UTF16<>, L"\"\\/\b\f\n\r\t", L"\"\\\"\\\\/\\b\\f\\n\\r\\t\"");
TEST_STRINGARRAY(UTF16<>, wchar_t, ARRAY(0x0024, 0x0000), L"\"\\u0024\"");
TEST_STRINGARRAY(UTF16<>, wchar_t, ARRAY(0x00A2, 0x0000), L"\"\\u00A2\""); // Cents sign U+00A2
TEST_STRINGARRAY(UTF16<>, wchar_t, ARRAY(0x20AC, 0x0000), L"\"\\u20AC\""); // Euro sign U+20AC
TEST_STRINGARRAY(UTF16<>, wchar_t, ARRAY(0xD834, 0xDD1E, 0x0000), L"\"\\uD834\\uDD1E\""); // G clef sign U+1D11E
// UTF32
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY('\0'), ARRAY('\"', '\"', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY('H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', '\0'), ARRAY('\"', 'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', '\"', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY('H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', '\n', 'W', 'o', 'r', 'l', 'd', '\0'), ARRAY('\"', 'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', '\\', 'n', 'W', 'o', 'r', 'l', 'd', '\"', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY('\"', '\\', '/', '\b', '\f', '\n', '\r', '\t', '\0'), ARRAY('\"', '\\', '\"', '\\', '\\', '/', '\\', 'b', '\\', 'f', '\\', 'n', '\\', 'r', '\\', 't', '\"', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY(0x00024, 0x0000), ARRAY('\"', '\\', 'u', '0', '0', '2', '4', '\"', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY(0x000A2, 0x0000), ARRAY('\"', '\\', 'u', '0', '0', 'A', '2', '\"', '\0')); // Cents sign U+00A2
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY(0x020AC, 0x0000), ARRAY('\"', '\\', 'u', '2', '0', 'A', 'C', '\"', '\0')); // Euro sign U+20AC
TEST_STRINGARRAY2(UTF32<>, unsigned, ARRAY(0x1D11E, 0x0000), ARRAY('\"', '\\', 'u', 'D', '8', '3', '4', '\\', 'u', 'D', 'D', '1', 'E', '\"', '\0')); // G clef sign U+1D11E
#undef TEST_STRINGARRAY
#undef ARRAY
#undef TEST_STRING
// Support of null character in string
{
StringStream s("\"Hello\\u0000World\"");
const char e[] = "Hello\0World";
ParseStringHandler<UTF8<> > h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(0, memcmp(e, h.str_, h.length_ + 1));
EXPECT_EQ(11u, h.length_);
}
}
TEST(Reader, ParseString_Transcoding) {
const char* x = "\"Hello\"";
const wchar_t* e = L"Hello";
GenericStringStream<UTF8<> > is(x);
GenericReader<UTF8<>, UTF16<> > reader;
ParseStringHandler<UTF16<> > h;
reader.Parse(is, h);
EXPECT_EQ(0, StrCmp<UTF16<>::Ch>(e, h.str_));
EXPECT_EQ(StrLen(e), h.length_);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseString_TranscodingWithValidation) {
const char* x = "\"Hello\"";
const wchar_t* e = L"Hello";
GenericStringStream<UTF8<> > is(x);
GenericReader<UTF8<>, UTF16<> > reader;
ParseStringHandler<UTF16<> > h;
reader.Parse<kParseValidateEncodingFlag>(is, h);
EXPECT_EQ(0, StrCmp<UTF16<>::Ch>(e, h.str_));
EXPECT_EQ(StrLen(e), h.length_);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseString_NonDestructive) {
StringStream s("\"Hello\\nWorld\"");
ParseStringHandler<UTF8<> > h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(0, StrCmp("Hello\nWorld", h.str_));
EXPECT_EQ(11u, h.length_);
}
template <typename Encoding>
ParseErrorCode TestString(const typename Encoding::Ch* str) {
GenericStringStream<Encoding> s(str);
BaseReaderHandler<Encoding> h;
GenericReader<Encoding, Encoding> reader;
reader.template Parse<kParseValidateEncodingFlag>(s, h);
return reader.GetParseErrorCode();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseString_Error) {
#define TEST_STRING_ERROR(errorCode, str, errorOffset, streamPos)\
{\
GenericStringStream<UTF8<> > s(str);\
BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<> > h;\
GenericReader<UTF8<> , UTF8<> > reader;\
reader.Parse<kParseValidateEncodingFlag>(s, h);\
EXPECT_EQ(errorCode, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
EXPECT_EQ(errorOffset, reader.GetErrorOffset());\
EXPECT_EQ(streamPos, s.Tell());\
}
#define ARRAY(...) { __VA_ARGS__ }
#define TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(Encoding, TargetEncoding, utype, array) \
{ \
static const utype ue[] = array; \
static const Encoding::Ch* e = reinterpret_cast<const Encoding::Ch *>(&ue[0]); \
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorStringInvalidEncoding, TestString<Encoding>(e));\
/* decode error */\
GenericStringStream<Encoding> s(e);\
BaseReaderHandler<TargetEncoding> h;\
GenericReader<Encoding, TargetEncoding> reader;\
reader.Parse(s, h);\
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorStringInvalidEncoding, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
}
// Invalid escape character in string.
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringEscapeInvalid, "[\"\\a\"]", 2, 3);
// Incorrect hex digit after \\u escape in string.
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringUnicodeEscapeInvalidHex, "[\"\\uABCG\"]", 2, 7);
// Quotation in \\u escape in string (Issue #288)
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringUnicodeEscapeInvalidHex, "[\"\\uaaa\"]", 2, 7);
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringUnicodeEscapeInvalidHex, "[\"\\uD800\\uFFF\"]", 2, 13);
// The surrogate pair in string is invalid.
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringUnicodeSurrogateInvalid, "[\"\\uD800X\"]", 2, 8);
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringUnicodeSurrogateInvalid, "[\"\\uD800\\uFFFF\"]", 2, 14);
// Missing a closing quotation mark in string.
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringMissQuotationMark, "[\"Test]", 7, 7);
// http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/ucs/examples/UTF-8-test.txt
// 3 Malformed sequences
// 3.1 Unexpected continuation bytes
{
char e[] = { '[', '\"', 0, '\"', ']', '\0' };
for (unsigned char c = 0x80u; c <= 0xBFu; c++) {
e[2] = static_cast<char>(c);
ParseErrorCode error = TestString<UTF8<> >(e);
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorStringInvalidEncoding, error);
if (error != kParseErrorStringInvalidEncoding)
std::cout << static_cast<unsigned>(c) << std::endl;
}
}
// 3.2 Lonely start characters, 3.5 Impossible bytes
{
char e[] = { '[', '\"', 0, ' ', '\"', ']', '\0' };
for (unsigned c = 0xC0u; c <= 0xFFu; c++) {
e[2] = static_cast<char>(c);
int streamPos;
if (c <= 0xC1u)
streamPos = 3; // 0xC0 - 0xC1
else if (c <= 0xDFu)
streamPos = 4; // 0xC2 - 0xDF
else if (c <= 0xEFu)
streamPos = 5; // 0xE0 - 0xEF
else if (c <= 0xF4u)
streamPos = 6; // 0xF0 - 0xF4
else
streamPos = 3; // 0xF5 - 0xFF
TEST_STRING_ERROR(kParseErrorStringInvalidEncoding, e, 2, streamPos);
}
}
// 4 Overlong sequences
// 4.1 Examples of an overlong ASCII character
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xC0u, 0xAFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xE0u, 0x80u, 0xAFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xF0u, 0x80u, 0x80u, 0xAFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
// 4.2 Maximum overlong sequences
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xC1u, 0xBFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xE0u, 0x9Fu, 0xBFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xF0u, 0x8Fu, 0xBFu, 0xBFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
// 4.3 Overlong representation of the NUL character
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xC0u, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xE0u, 0x80u, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xF0u, 0x80u, 0x80u, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
// 5 Illegal code positions
// 5.1 Single UTF-16 surrogates
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xA0u, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xADu, 0xBFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xAEu, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xAFu, 0xBFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xB0u, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xBEu, 0x80u, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF8<>, UTF16<>, unsigned char, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xEDu, 0xBFu, 0xBFu, '\"', ']', '\0'));
// Malform UTF-16 sequences
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF16<>, UTF8<>, wchar_t, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xDC00, 0xDC00, '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF16<>, UTF8<>, wchar_t, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0xD800, 0xD800, '\"', ']', '\0'));
// Malform UTF-32 sequence
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(UTF32<>, UTF8<>, unsigned, ARRAY('[', '\"', 0x110000, '\"', ']', '\0'));
// Malform ASCII sequence
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(ASCII<>, UTF8<>, char, ARRAY('[', '\"', char(0x80u), '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(ASCII<>, UTF8<>, char, ARRAY('[', '\"', char(0x01u), '\"', ']', '\0'));
TEST_STRINGENCODING_ERROR(ASCII<>, UTF8<>, char, ARRAY('[', '\"', char(0x1Cu), '\"', ']', '\0'));
#undef ARRAY
#undef TEST_STRINGARRAY_ERROR
}
template <unsigned count>
struct ParseArrayHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseArrayHandler<count> > {
ParseArrayHandler() : step_(0) {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Uint(unsigned i) { EXPECT_EQ(step_, i); step_++; return true; }
bool StartArray() { EXPECT_EQ(0u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool EndArray(SizeType) { step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
};
TEST(Reader, ParseEmptyArray) {
char *json = StrDup("[ ] ");
InsituStringStream s(json);
ParseArrayHandler<0> h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(2u, h.step_);
free(json);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseArray) {
char *json = StrDup("[1, 2, 3, 4]");
InsituStringStream s(json);
ParseArrayHandler<4> h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(6u, h.step_);
free(json);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseArray_Error) {
#define TEST_ARRAY_ERROR(errorCode, str, errorOffset) \
{ \
int streamPos = errorOffset; \
char buffer[1001]; \
strncpy(buffer, str, 1000); \
InsituStringStream s(buffer); \
BaseReaderHandler<> h; \
GenericReader<UTF8<>, UTF8<>, CrtAllocator> reader; \
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse(s, h)); \
EXPECT_EQ(errorCode, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
EXPECT_EQ(errorOffset, reader.GetErrorOffset());\
EXPECT_EQ(streamPos, s.Tell());\
}
// Missing a comma or ']' after an array element.
TEST_ARRAY_ERROR(kParseErrorArrayMissCommaOrSquareBracket, "[1", 2);
TEST_ARRAY_ERROR(kParseErrorArrayMissCommaOrSquareBracket, "[1}", 2);
TEST_ARRAY_ERROR(kParseErrorArrayMissCommaOrSquareBracket, "[1 2]", 3);
// Array cannot have a trailing comma (without kParseTrailingCommasFlag);
// a value must follow a comma
TEST_ARRAY_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "[1,]", 3);
#undef TEST_ARRAY_ERROR
}
struct ParseObjectHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseObjectHandler> {
ParseObjectHandler() : step_(0) {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool Null() { EXPECT_EQ(8u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool Bool(bool b) {
switch(step_) {
case 4: EXPECT_TRUE(b); step_++; return true;
case 6: EXPECT_FALSE(b); step_++; return true;
default: ADD_FAILURE(); return false;
}
}
bool Int(int i) {
switch(step_) {
case 10: EXPECT_EQ(123, i); step_++; return true;
case 15: EXPECT_EQ(1, i); step_++; return true;
case 16: EXPECT_EQ(2, i); step_++; return true;
case 17: EXPECT_EQ(3, i); step_++; return true;
default: ADD_FAILURE(); return false;
}
}
bool Uint(unsigned i) { return Int(static_cast<int>(i)); }
bool Double(double d) { EXPECT_EQ(12u, step_); EXPECT_DOUBLE_EQ(3.1416, d); step_++; return true; }
bool String(const char* str, size_t, bool) {
switch(step_) {
case 1: EXPECT_STREQ("hello", str); step_++; return true;
case 2: EXPECT_STREQ("world", str); step_++; return true;
case 3: EXPECT_STREQ("t", str); step_++; return true;
case 5: EXPECT_STREQ("f", str); step_++; return true;
case 7: EXPECT_STREQ("n", str); step_++; return true;
case 9: EXPECT_STREQ("i", str); step_++; return true;
case 11: EXPECT_STREQ("pi", str); step_++; return true;
case 13: EXPECT_STREQ("a", str); step_++; return true;
default: ADD_FAILURE(); return false;
}
}
bool StartObject() { EXPECT_EQ(0u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool EndObject(SizeType memberCount) { EXPECT_EQ(19u, step_); EXPECT_EQ(7u, memberCount); step_++; return true; }
bool StartArray() { EXPECT_EQ(14u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool EndArray(SizeType elementCount) { EXPECT_EQ(18u, step_); EXPECT_EQ(3u, elementCount); step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
};
TEST(Reader, ParseObject) {
const char* json = "{ \"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] } ";
// Insitu
{
char* json2 = StrDup(json);
InsituStringStream s(json2);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
free(json2);
}
// Normal
{
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
}
struct ParseEmptyObjectHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseEmptyObjectHandler> {
ParseEmptyObjectHandler() : step_(0) {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool StartObject() { EXPECT_EQ(0u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool EndObject(SizeType) { EXPECT_EQ(1u, step_); step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
};
TEST(Reader, Parse_EmptyObject) {
StringStream s("{ } ");
ParseEmptyObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(2u, h.step_);
}
struct ParseMultipleRootHandler : BaseReaderHandler<UTF8<>, ParseMultipleRootHandler> {
ParseMultipleRootHandler() : step_(0) {}
bool Default() { ADD_FAILURE(); return false; }
bool StartObject() { EXPECT_EQ(0u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool EndObject(SizeType) { EXPECT_EQ(1u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool StartArray() { EXPECT_EQ(2u, step_); step_++; return true; }
bool EndArray(SizeType) { EXPECT_EQ(3u, step_); step_++; return true; }
unsigned step_;
};
template <unsigned parseFlags>
void TestMultipleRoot() {
StringStream s("{}[] a");
ParseMultipleRootHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<parseFlags>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(2u, h.step_);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<parseFlags>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(4u, h.step_);
EXPECT_EQ(' ', s.Take());
EXPECT_EQ('a', s.Take());
}
TEST(Reader, Parse_MultipleRoot) {
TestMultipleRoot<kParseStopWhenDoneFlag>();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseIterative_MultipleRoot) {
TestMultipleRoot<kParseIterativeFlag | kParseStopWhenDoneFlag>();
}
template <unsigned parseFlags>
void TestInsituMultipleRoot() {
char* buffer = strdup("{}[] a");
InsituStringStream s(buffer);
ParseMultipleRootHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag | parseFlags>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(2u, h.step_);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag | parseFlags>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(4u, h.step_);
EXPECT_EQ(' ', s.Take());
EXPECT_EQ('a', s.Take());
free(buffer);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseInsitu_MultipleRoot) {
TestInsituMultipleRoot<kParseStopWhenDoneFlag>();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseInsituIterative_MultipleRoot) {
TestInsituMultipleRoot<kParseIterativeFlag | kParseStopWhenDoneFlag>();
}
#define TEST_ERROR(errorCode, str, errorOffset) \
{ \
int streamPos = errorOffset; \
char buffer[1001]; \
strncpy(buffer, str, 1000); \
InsituStringStream s(buffer); \
BaseReaderHandler<> h; \
Reader reader; \
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse(s, h)); \
EXPECT_EQ(errorCode, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
EXPECT_EQ(errorOffset, reader.GetErrorOffset());\
EXPECT_EQ(streamPos, s.Tell());\
}
TEST(Reader, ParseDocument_Error) {
// The document is empty.
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentEmpty, "", 0);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentEmpty, " ", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentEmpty, " \n", 2);
// The document root must not follow by other values.
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, "[] 0", 3);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, "{} 0", 3);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, "null []", 5);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, "0 {}", 2);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseValue_Error) {
// Invalid value.
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "nulL", 3);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "truE", 3);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "falsE", 4);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "a]", 0);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, ".1", 0);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseObject_Error) {
// Missing a name for object member.
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{null:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{true:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{false:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{1:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{[]:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{{}:1}", 1);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{xyz:1}", 1);
// Missing a colon after a name of object member.
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissColon, "{\"a\" 1}", 5);
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissColon, "{\"a\",1}", 4);
// Must be a comma or '}' after an object member
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissCommaOrCurlyBracket, "{\"a\":1]", 6);
// Object cannot have a trailing comma (without kParseTrailingCommasFlag);
// an object member name must follow a comma
TEST_ERROR(kParseErrorObjectMissName, "{\"a\":1,}", 7);
// This tests that MemoryStream is checking the length in Peek().
{
MemoryStream ms("{\"a\"", 1);
BaseReaderHandler<> h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseStopWhenDoneFlag>(ms, h));
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorObjectMissName, reader.GetParseErrorCode());
}
}
#undef TEST_ERROR
TEST(Reader, SkipWhitespace) {
StringStream ss(" A \t\tB\n \n\nC\r\r \rD \t\n\r E");
const char* expected = "ABCDE";
for (size_t i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
SkipWhitespace(ss);
EXPECT_EQ(expected[i], ss.Take());
}
}
// Test implementing a stream without copy stream optimization.
// Clone from GenericStringStream except that copy constructor is disabled.
template <typename Encoding>
class CustomStringStream {
public:
typedef typename Encoding::Ch Ch;
CustomStringStream(const Ch *src) : src_(src), head_(src) {}
Ch Peek() const { return *src_; }
Ch Take() { return *src_++; }
size_t Tell() const { return static_cast<size_t>(src_ - head_); }
Ch* PutBegin() { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(false); return 0; }
void Put(Ch) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(false); }
void Flush() { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(false); }
size_t PutEnd(Ch*) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(false); return 0; }
private:
// Prohibit copy constructor & assignment operator.
CustomStringStream(const CustomStringStream&);
CustomStringStream& operator=(const CustomStringStream&);
const Ch* src_; //!< Current read position.
const Ch* head_; //!< Original head of the string.
};
// If the following code is compiled, it should generate compilation error as predicted.
// Because CustomStringStream<> is not copyable via making copy constructor private.
#if 0
namespace rapidjson {
template <typename Encoding>
struct StreamTraits<CustomStringStream<Encoding> > {
enum { copyOptimization = 1 };
};
} // namespace rapidjson
#endif
TEST(Reader, CustomStringStream) {
const char* json = "{ \"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] } ";
CustomStringStream<UTF8<char> > s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
reader.Parse(s, h);
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
#include <sstream>
class IStreamWrapper {
public:
typedef char Ch;
IStreamWrapper(std::istream& is) : is_(is) {}
Ch Peek() const {
int c = is_.peek();
return c == std::char_traits<char>::eof() ? '\0' : static_cast<Ch>(c);
}
Ch Take() {
int c = is_.get();
return c == std::char_traits<char>::eof() ? '\0' : static_cast<Ch>(c);
}
size_t Tell() const { return static_cast<size_t>(is_.tellg()); }
Ch* PutBegin() { assert(false); return 0; }
void Put(Ch) { assert(false); }
void Flush() { assert(false); }
size_t PutEnd(Ch*) { assert(false); return 0; }
private:
IStreamWrapper(const IStreamWrapper&);
IStreamWrapper& operator=(const IStreamWrapper&);
std::istream& is_;
};
TEST(Reader, Parse_IStreamWrapper_StringStream) {
const char* json = "[1,2,3,4]";
std::stringstream ss(json);
IStreamWrapper is(ss);
Reader reader;
ParseArrayHandler<4> h;
reader.Parse(is, h);
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.HasParseError());
}
// Test iterative parsing.
#define TESTERRORHANDLING(text, errorCode, offset)\
{\
int streamPos = offset; \
StringStream json(text); \
BaseReaderHandler<> handler; \
Reader reader; \
reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(json, handler); \
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError()); \
EXPECT_EQ(errorCode, reader.GetParseErrorCode()); \
EXPECT_EQ(offset, reader.GetErrorOffset()); \
EXPECT_EQ(streamPos, json.Tell()); \
}
TEST(Reader, IterativeParsing_ErrorHandling) {
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\": a}", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 6u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("", kParseErrorDocumentEmpty, 0u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{}{}", kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, 2u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{1}", kParseErrorObjectMissName, 1u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\", 1}", kParseErrorObjectMissColon, 4u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\"}", kParseErrorObjectMissColon, 4u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\": 1", kParseErrorObjectMissCommaOrCurlyBracket, 7u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("[1 2 3]", kParseErrorArrayMissCommaOrSquareBracket, 3u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a: 1", kParseErrorStringMissQuotationMark, 6u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\":}", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 5u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\":]", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 5u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("[1,2,}", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 5u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("[}]", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 1u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("[,]", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 1u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("[1,,]", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 3u);
// Trailing commas are not allowed without kParseTrailingCommasFlag
TESTERRORHANDLING("{\"a\": 1,}", kParseErrorObjectMissName, 8u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("[1,2,3,]", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 7u);
// Any JSON value can be a valid root element in RFC7159.
TESTERRORHANDLING("\"ab", kParseErrorStringMissQuotationMark, 3u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("truE", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 3u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("False", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 0u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("true, false", kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, 4u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("false, false", kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, 5u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("nulL", kParseErrorValueInvalid, 3u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("null , null", kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, 5u);
TESTERRORHANDLING("1a", kParseErrorDocumentRootNotSingular, 1u);
}
template<typename Encoding = UTF8<> >
struct IterativeParsingReaderHandler {
typedef typename Encoding::Ch Ch;
const static uint32_t LOG_NULL = 0x10000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_BOOL = 0x20000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_INT = 0x30000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_UINT = 0x40000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_INT64 = 0x50000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_UINT64 = 0x60000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_DOUBLE = 0x70000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_STRING = 0x80000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_STARTOBJECT = 0x90000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_KEY = 0xA0000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_ENDOBJECT = 0xB0000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_STARTARRAY = 0xC0000000;
const static uint32_t LOG_ENDARRAY = 0xD0000000;
const static size_t LogCapacity = 256;
uint32_t Logs[LogCapacity];
size_t LogCount;
IterativeParsingReaderHandler() : LogCount(0) {
}
bool Null() { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_NULL; return true; }
bool Bool(bool) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_BOOL; return true; }
bool Int(int) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_INT; return true; }
bool Uint(unsigned) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_INT; return true; }
bool Int64(int64_t) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_INT64; return true; }
bool Uint64(uint64_t) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_UINT64; return true; }
bool Double(double) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_DOUBLE; return true; }
bool RawNumber(const Ch*, SizeType, bool) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_STRING; return true; }
bool String(const Ch*, SizeType, bool) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_STRING; return true; }
bool StartObject() { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_STARTOBJECT; return true; }
bool Key (const Ch*, SizeType, bool) { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_KEY; return true; }
bool EndObject(SizeType c) {
RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity);
RAPIDJSON_ASSERT((static_cast<uint32_t>(c) & 0xF0000000) == 0);
Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_ENDOBJECT | static_cast<uint32_t>(c);
return true;
}
bool StartArray() { RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity); Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_STARTARRAY; return true; }
bool EndArray(SizeType c) {
RAPIDJSON_ASSERT(LogCount < LogCapacity);
RAPIDJSON_ASSERT((static_cast<uint32_t>(c) & 0xF0000000) == 0);
Logs[LogCount++] = LOG_ENDARRAY | static_cast<uint32_t>(c);
return true;
}
};
TEST(Reader, IterativeParsing_General) {
{
StringStream is("[1, {\"k\": [1, 2]}, null, false, true, \"string\", 1.2]");
Reader reader;
IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> handler;
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(is, handler);
EXPECT_FALSE(r.IsError());
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.HasParseError());
uint32_t e[] = {
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_STARTOBJECT,
handler.LOG_KEY,
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 2,
handler.LOG_ENDOBJECT | 1,
handler.LOG_NULL,
handler.LOG_BOOL,
handler.LOG_BOOL,
handler.LOG_STRING,
handler.LOG_DOUBLE,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 7
};
EXPECT_EQ(sizeof(e) / sizeof(int), handler.LogCount);
for (size_t i = 0; i < handler.LogCount; ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(e[i], handler.Logs[i]) << "i = " << i;
}
}
}
TEST(Reader, IterativeParsing_Count) {
{
StringStream is("[{}, {\"k\": 1}, [1], []]");
Reader reader;
IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> handler;
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(is, handler);
EXPECT_FALSE(r.IsError());
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.HasParseError());
uint32_t e[] = {
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_STARTOBJECT,
handler.LOG_ENDOBJECT | 0,
handler.LOG_STARTOBJECT,
handler.LOG_KEY,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_ENDOBJECT | 1,
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 1,
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 0,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 4
};
EXPECT_EQ(sizeof(e) / sizeof(int), handler.LogCount);
for (size_t i = 0; i < handler.LogCount; ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(e[i], handler.Logs[i]) << "i = " << i;
}
}
}
TEST(Reader, IterativePullParsing_General) {
{
IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> handler;
uint32_t e[] = {
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_STARTOBJECT,
handler.LOG_KEY,
handler.LOG_STARTARRAY,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_INT,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 2,
handler.LOG_ENDOBJECT | 1,
handler.LOG_NULL,
handler.LOG_BOOL,
handler.LOG_BOOL,
handler.LOG_STRING,
handler.LOG_DOUBLE,
handler.LOG_ENDARRAY | 7
};
StringStream is("[1, {\"k\": [1, 2]}, null, false, true, \"string\", 1.2]");
Reader reader;
reader.IterativeParseInit();
while (!reader.IterativeParseComplete()) {
size_t oldLogCount = handler.LogCount;
EXPECT_TRUE(oldLogCount < sizeof(e) / sizeof(int)) << "overrun";
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.IterativeParseNext<kParseDefaultFlags>(is, handler)) << "parse fail";
EXPECT_EQ(handler.LogCount, oldLogCount + 1) << "handler should be invoked exactly once each time";
EXPECT_EQ(e[oldLogCount], handler.Logs[oldLogCount]) << "wrong event returned";
}
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(sizeof(e) / sizeof(int), handler.LogCount) << "handler invoked wrong number of times";
// The handler should not be invoked when the JSON has been fully read, but it should not fail
size_t oldLogCount = handler.LogCount;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.IterativeParseNext<kParseDefaultFlags>(is, handler)) << "parse-next past complete is allowed";
EXPECT_EQ(handler.LogCount, oldLogCount) << "parse-next past complete should not invoke handler";
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.HasParseError()) << "parse-next past complete should not generate parse error";
}
}
// Test iterative parsing on kParseErrorTermination.
struct HandlerTerminateAtStartObject : public IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> {
bool StartObject() { return false; }
};
struct HandlerTerminateAtStartArray : public IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> {
bool StartArray() { return false; }
};
struct HandlerTerminateAtEndObject : public IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> {
bool EndObject(SizeType) { return false; }
};
struct HandlerTerminateAtEndArray : public IterativeParsingReaderHandler<> {
bool EndArray(SizeType) { return false; }
};
TEST(Reader, IterativeParsing_ShortCircuit) {
{
HandlerTerminateAtStartObject handler;
Reader reader;
StringStream is("[1, {}]");
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(is, handler);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(4u, r.Offset());
}
{
HandlerTerminateAtStartArray handler;
Reader reader;
StringStream is("{\"a\": []}");
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(is, handler);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(6u, r.Offset());
}
{
HandlerTerminateAtEndObject handler;
Reader reader;
StringStream is("[1, {}]");
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(is, handler);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(5u, r.Offset());
}
{
HandlerTerminateAtEndArray handler;
Reader reader;
StringStream is("{\"a\": []}");
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<kParseIterativeFlag>(is, handler);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(7u, r.Offset());
}
}
// For covering BaseReaderHandler default functions
TEST(Reader, BaseReaderHandler_Default) {
BaseReaderHandler<> h;
Reader reader;
StringStream is("[null, true, -1, 1, -1234567890123456789, 1234567890123456789, 3.14, \"s\", { \"a\" : 1 }]");
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse(is, h));
}
template <int e>
struct TerminateHandler {
bool Null() { return e != 0; }
bool Bool(bool) { return e != 1; }
bool Int(int) { return e != 2; }
bool Uint(unsigned) { return e != 3; }
bool Int64(int64_t) { return e != 4; }
bool Uint64(uint64_t) { return e != 5; }
bool Double(double) { return e != 6; }
bool RawNumber(const char*, SizeType, bool) { return e != 7; }
bool String(const char*, SizeType, bool) { return e != 8; }
bool StartObject() { return e != 9; }
bool Key(const char*, SizeType, bool) { return e != 10; }
bool EndObject(SizeType) { return e != 11; }
bool StartArray() { return e != 12; }
bool EndArray(SizeType) { return e != 13; }
};
#define TEST_TERMINATION(e, json)\
{\
Reader reader;\
TerminateHandler<e> h;\
StringStream is(json);\
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse(is, h));\
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
}
TEST(Reader, ParseTerminationByHandler) {
TEST_TERMINATION(0, "[null");
TEST_TERMINATION(1, "[true");
TEST_TERMINATION(1, "[false");
TEST_TERMINATION(2, "[-1");
TEST_TERMINATION(3, "[1");
TEST_TERMINATION(4, "[-1234567890123456789");
TEST_TERMINATION(5, "[1234567890123456789");
TEST_TERMINATION(6, "[0.5]");
// RawNumber() is never called
TEST_TERMINATION(8, "[\"a\"");
TEST_TERMINATION(9, "[{");
TEST_TERMINATION(10, "[{\"a\"");
TEST_TERMINATION(11, "[{}");
TEST_TERMINATION(11, "[{\"a\":1}"); // non-empty object
TEST_TERMINATION(12, "{\"a\":[");
TEST_TERMINATION(13, "{\"a\":[]");
TEST_TERMINATION(13, "{\"a\":[1]"); // non-empty array
}
TEST(Reader, ParseComments) {
const char* json =
"// Here is a one-line comment.\n"
"{// And here's another one\n"
" /*And here's an in-line one.*/\"hello\" : \"world\","
" \"t\" :/* And one with '*' symbol*/true ,"
"/* A multiline comment\n"
" goes here*/"
" \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3]"
"}/*And the last one to be sure */";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseEmptyInlineComment) {
const char* json = "{/**/\"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true, \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseEmptyOnelineComment) {
const char* json = "{//\n\"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true, \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
TEST(Reader, ParseMultipleCommentsInARow) {
const char* json =
"{/* first comment *//* second */\n"
"/* third */ /*fourth*/// last one\n"
"\"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true, \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
TEST(Reader, InlineCommentsAreDisabledByDefault) {
{
const char* json = "{/* Inline comment. */\"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true, \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseDefaultFlags>(s, h));
}
{
const char* json =
"{\"hello\" : /* Multiline comment starts here\n"
" continues here\n"
" and ends here */\"world\", \"t\" :true , \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseDefaultFlags>(s, h));
}
}
TEST(Reader, OnelineCommentsAreDisabledByDefault) {
const char* json = "{// One-line comment\n\"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false, \"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3] }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseDefaultFlags>(s, h));
}
TEST(Reader, EofAfterOneLineComment) {
const char* json = "{\"hello\" : \"world\" // EOF is here -->\0 \n}";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorObjectMissCommaOrCurlyBracket, reader.GetParseErrorCode());
}
TEST(Reader, IncompleteMultilineComment) {
const char* json = "{\"hello\" : \"world\" /* EOF is here -->\0 */}";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorUnspecificSyntaxError, reader.GetParseErrorCode());
}
TEST(Reader, IncompleteMultilineComment2) {
const char* json = "{\"hello\" : \"world\" /* *\0 */}";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorUnspecificSyntaxError, reader.GetParseErrorCode());
}
TEST(Reader, UnrecognizedComment) {
const char* json = "{\"hello\" : \"world\" /! }";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorUnspecificSyntaxError, reader.GetParseErrorCode());
}
struct NumbersAsStringsHandler {
bool Null() { return true; }
bool Bool(bool) { return true; }
bool Int(int) { return true; }
bool Uint(unsigned) { return true; }
bool Int64(int64_t) { return true; }
bool Uint64(uint64_t) { return true; }
bool Double(double) { return true; }
// 'str' is not null-terminated
bool RawNumber(const char* str, SizeType length, bool) {
EXPECT_TRUE(str != 0);
EXPECT_TRUE(expected_len_ == length);
EXPECT_TRUE(strncmp(str, expected_, length) == 0);
return true;
}
bool String(const char*, SizeType, bool) { return true; }
bool StartObject() { return true; }
bool Key(const char*, SizeType, bool) { return true; }
bool EndObject(SizeType) { return true; }
bool StartArray() { return true; }
bool EndArray(SizeType) { return true; }
NumbersAsStringsHandler(const char* expected)
: expected_(expected)
, expected_len_(strlen(expected)) {}
const char* expected_;
size_t expected_len_;
};
TEST(Reader, NumbersAsStrings) {
{
const char* json = "{ \"pi\": 3.1416 } ";
StringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("3.1416");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
}
{
char* json = StrDup("{ \"pi\": 3.1416 } ");
InsituStringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("3.1416");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag|kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
free(json);
}
{
const char* json = "{ \"gigabyte\": 1.0e9 } ";
StringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("1.0e9");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
}
{
char* json = StrDup("{ \"gigabyte\": 1.0e9 } ");
InsituStringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("1.0e9");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag|kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
free(json);
}
{
const char* json = "{ \"pi\": 314.159e-2 } ";
StringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("314.159e-2");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
}
{
char* json = StrDup("{ \"gigabyte\": 314.159e-2 } ");
InsituStringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("314.159e-2");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag|kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
free(json);
}
{
const char* json = "{ \"negative\": -1.54321 } ";
StringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("-1.54321");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
}
{
char* json = StrDup("{ \"negative\": -1.54321 } ");
InsituStringStream s(json);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("-1.54321");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag|kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
free(json);
}
{
const char* json = "{ \"pi\": 314.159e-2 } ";
std::stringstream ss(json);
IStreamWrapper s(ss);
NumbersAsStringsHandler h("314.159e-2");
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag>(s, h));
}
}
template <unsigned extraFlags>
void TestTrailingCommas() {
{
StringStream s("[1,2,3,]");
ParseArrayHandler<3> h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(5u, h.step_);
}
{
const char* json = "{ \"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false,"
"\"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3],}";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
{
// whitespace around trailing commas
const char* json = "{ \"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false,"
"\"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3\n,\n]\n,\n} ";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
{
// comments around trailing commas
const char* json = "{ \"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false, \"n\": null,"
"\"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3/*test*/,/*test*/]/*test*/,/*test*/}";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag|kParseCommentsFlag>(s, h));
EXPECT_EQ(20u, h.step_);
}
}
TEST(Reader, TrailingCommas) {
TestTrailingCommas<kParseNoFlags>();
}
TEST(Reader, TrailingCommasIterative) {
TestTrailingCommas<kParseIterativeFlag>();
}
template <unsigned extraFlags>
void TestMultipleTrailingCommaErrors() {
// only a single trailing comma is allowed.
{
StringStream s("[1,2,3,,]");
ParseArrayHandler<3> h;
Reader reader;
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorValueInvalid, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(7u, r.Offset());
}
{
const char* json = "{ \"hello\" : \"world\", \"t\" : true , \"f\" : false,"
"\"n\": null, \"i\":123, \"pi\": 3.1416, \"a\":[1, 2, 3,],,}";
StringStream s(json);
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorObjectMissName, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(95u, r.Offset());
}
}
TEST(Reader, MultipleTrailingCommaErrors) {
TestMultipleTrailingCommaErrors<kParseNoFlags>();
}
TEST(Reader, MultipleTrailingCommaErrorsIterative) {
TestMultipleTrailingCommaErrors<kParseIterativeFlag>();
}
template <unsigned extraFlags>
void TestEmptyExceptForCommaErrors() {
// not allowed even with trailing commas enabled; the
// trailing comma must follow a value.
{
StringStream s("[,]");
ParseArrayHandler<3> h;
Reader reader;
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorValueInvalid, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, r.Offset());
}
{
StringStream s("{,}");
ParseObjectHandler h;
Reader reader;
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorObjectMissName, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, r.Offset());
}
}
TEST(Reader, EmptyExceptForCommaErrors) {
TestEmptyExceptForCommaErrors<kParseNoFlags>();
}
TEST(Reader, EmptyExceptForCommaErrorsIterative) {
TestEmptyExceptForCommaErrors<kParseIterativeFlag>();
}
template <unsigned extraFlags>
void TestTrailingCommaHandlerTermination() {
{
HandlerTerminateAtEndArray h;
Reader reader;
StringStream s("[1,2,3,]");
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(7u, r.Offset());
}
{
HandlerTerminateAtEndObject h;
Reader reader;
StringStream s("{\"t\": true, \"f\": false,}");
ParseResult r = reader.Parse<extraFlags|kParseTrailingCommasFlag>(s, h);
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.HasParseError());
EXPECT_EQ(kParseErrorTermination, r.Code());
EXPECT_EQ(23u, r.Offset());
}
}
TEST(Reader, TrailingCommaHandlerTermination) {
TestTrailingCommaHandlerTermination<kParseNoFlags>();
}
TEST(Reader, TrailingCommaHandlerTerminationIterative) {
TestTrailingCommaHandlerTermination<kParseIterativeFlag>();
}
TEST(Reader, ParseNanAndInfinity) {
#define TEST_NAN_INF(str, x) \
{ \
{ \
StringStream s(str); \
ParseDoubleHandler h; \
Reader reader; \
ASSERT_EQ(kParseErrorNone, reader.Parse<kParseNanAndInfFlag>(s, h).Code()); \
EXPECT_EQ(1u, h.step_); \
internal::Double e(x), a(h.actual_); \
EXPECT_EQ(e.IsNan(), a.IsNan()); \
EXPECT_EQ(e.IsInf(), a.IsInf()); \
if (!e.IsNan()) \
EXPECT_EQ(e.Sign(), a.Sign()); \
} \
{ \
const char* json = "{ \"naninfdouble\": " str " } "; \
StringStream s(json); \
NumbersAsStringsHandler h(str); \
Reader reader; \
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag|kParseNanAndInfFlag>(s, h)); \
} \
{ \
char* json = StrDup("{ \"naninfdouble\": " str " } "); \
InsituStringStream s(json); \
NumbersAsStringsHandler h(str); \
Reader reader; \
EXPECT_TRUE(reader.Parse<kParseInsituFlag|kParseNumbersAsStringsFlag|kParseNanAndInfFlag>(s, h)); \
free(json); \
} \
}
#define TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(errorCode, str, errorOffset) \
{ \
int streamPos = errorOffset; \
char buffer[1001]; \
strncpy(buffer, str, 1000); \
InsituStringStream s(buffer); \
BaseReaderHandler<> h; \
Reader reader; \
EXPECT_FALSE(reader.Parse<kParseNanAndInfFlag>(s, h)); \
EXPECT_EQ(errorCode, reader.GetParseErrorCode());\
EXPECT_EQ(errorOffset, reader.GetErrorOffset());\
EXPECT_EQ(streamPos, s.Tell());\
}
double nan = std::numeric_limits<double>::quiet_NaN();
double inf = std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity();
TEST_NAN_INF("NaN", nan);
TEST_NAN_INF("-NaN", nan);
TEST_NAN_INF("Inf", inf);
TEST_NAN_INF("Infinity", inf);
TEST_NAN_INF("-Inf", -inf);
TEST_NAN_INF("-Infinity", -inf);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "NInf", 1);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "NaInf", 2);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "INan", 1);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "InNan", 2);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "nan", 1);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "-nan", 1);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "NAN", 1);
TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR(kParseErrorValueInvalid, "-Infinty", 6);
#undef TEST_NAN_INF_ERROR
#undef TEST_NAN_INF
}
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