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// After editing this file, run "go generate" in the ../data directory.
// Copyright 2020 The Wuffs Authors.
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// See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
// limitations under the License.
// ---------------- Auxiliary - JSON
namespace wuffs_aux {
struct DecodeJsonResult {
DecodeJsonResult(std::string&& error_message0, uint64_t cursor_position0);
std::string error_message;
uint64_t cursor_position;
class DecodeJsonCallbacks {
virtual ~DecodeJsonCallbacks();
// AppendXxx are called for leaf nodes: literals, numbers and strings. For
// strings, the Callbacks implementation is responsible for tracking map keys
// versus other values.
virtual std::string AppendNull() = 0;
virtual std::string AppendBool(bool val) = 0;
virtual std::string AppendF64(double val) = 0;
virtual std::string AppendI64(int64_t val) = 0;
virtual std::string AppendTextString(std::string&& val) = 0;
// Push and Pop are called for container nodes: JSON arrays (lists) and JSON
// objects (dictionaries).
// The flags bits combine exactly one of:
// and exactly one of:
virtual std::string Push(uint32_t flags) = 0;
virtual std::string Pop(uint32_t flags) = 0;
// Done is always the last Callback method called by DecodeJson, whether or
// not parsing the input as JSON encountered an error. Even when successful,
// trailing data may remain in input and buffer. See "Unintuitive JSON
// Parsing" ( which discusses JSON
// parsing and when it stops.
// Do not keep a reference to buffer or after Done returns,
// as DecodeJson may then de-allocate the backing array.
// The default Done implementation is a no-op.
virtual void //
Done(DecodeJsonResult& result, sync_io::Input& input, IOBuffer& buffer);
extern const char DecodeJson_BadJsonPointer[];
extern const char DecodeJson_NoMatch[];
// DecodeJson calls callbacks based on the JSON-formatted data in input.
// On success, the returned error_message is empty and cursor_position counts
// the number of bytes consumed. On failure, error_message is non-empty and
// cursor_position is the location of the error. That error may be a content
// error (invalid JSON) or an input error (e.g. network failure).
// json_pointer is a query in the JSON Pointer (RFC 6901) syntax. The callbacks
// run for the input's sub-node that matches the query. DecodeJson_NoMatch is
// returned if no matching sub-node was found. The empty query matches the
// input's root node, consistent with JSON Pointer semantics.
// The JSON Pointer implementation is greedy: duplicate keys are not rejected
// but only the first match for each '/'-separated fragment is followed.
DecodeJsonResult //
DecodeJson(DecodeJsonCallbacks& callbacks,
sync_io::Input& input,
wuffs_base__slice_u32 quirks = wuffs_base__empty_slice_u32(),
std::string json_pointer = std::string());
} // namespace wuffs_aux