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Subject [05/53] [abbrv] [partial] CB-6440 create - use shelljs rather than custom copy function
Date Sun, 13 Apr 2014 01:07:47 GMT
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-PEG.js
-======
-
-PEG.js is a simple parser generator for JavaScript that produces fast parsers with excellent
error reporting. You can use it to process complex data or computer languages and build transformers,
interpreters, compilers and other tools easily.
-
-Features
---------
-
-  * Simple and expressive grammar syntax
-  * Integrates both lexical and syntactical analysis
-  * Parsers have excellent error reporting out of the box
-  * Based on [parsing expression grammar](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsing_expression_grammar)
formalism — more powerful than traditional LL(*k*) and LR(*k*) parsers
-  * Usable [from your browser](http://pegjs.majda.cz/online), from the command line, or via
JavaScript API
-
-Getting Started
----------------
-
-[Online version](http://pegjs.majda.cz/online) is the easiest way to generate a parser. Just
enter your grammar, try parsing few inputs, and download generated parser code.
-
-Installation
-------------
-
-### Command Line / Server-side
-
-To use command-line version, install [Node.js](http://nodejs.org/) and [npm](http://npmjs.org/)
first. You can then install PEG.js:
-
-    $ npm install pegjs
-
-Once installed, you can use the `pegjs` command to generate your parser from a grammar and
use the JavaScript API from Node.js.
-
-### Browser
-
-[Download](http://pegjs.majda.cz/#download) the PEG.js library (regular or minified version)
and include it in your web page or application using the `<script>` tag.
-
-Generating a Parser
--------------------
-
-PEG.js generates parser from a grammar that describes expected input and can specify what
the parser returns (using semantic actions on matched parts of the input). Generated parser
itself is a JavaScript object with a simple API.
-
-### Command Line
-
-To generate a parser from your grammar, use the `pegjs` command:
-
-    $ pegjs arithmetics.pegjs
-
-This writes parser source code into a file with the same name as the grammar file but with
“.js” extension. You can also specify the output file explicitly:
-
-    $ pegjs arithmetics.pegjs arithmetics-parser.js
-
-If you omit both input and ouptut file, standard input and output are used.
-
-By default, the parser object is assigned to `module.exports`, which makes the output a Node.js
module. You can assign it to another variable by passing a variable name using the `-e`/`--export-var`
option. This may be helpful if you want to use the parser in browser environment.
-
-### JavaScript API
-
-In Node.js, require the PEG.js parser generator module:
-
-    var PEG = require("pegjs");
-
-In browser, include the PEG.js library in your web page or application using the `<script>`
tag. The API will be available through the `PEG` global object.
-
-To generate a parser, call the `PEG.buildParser` method and pass your grammar as a parameter:
-
-    var parser = PEG.buildParser("start = ('a' / 'b')+");
-
-The method will return generated parser object or throw an exception if the grammar is invalid.
The exception will contain `message` property with more details about the error.
-
-To get parser’s source code, call the `toSource` method on the parser.
-
-Using the Parser
-----------------
-
-Using the generated parser is simple — just call its `parse` method and pass an input string
as a parameter. The method will return a parse result (the exact value depends on the grammar
used to build the parser) or throw an exception if the input is invalid. The exception will
contain `line`, `column` and `message` properties with more details about the error.
-
-    parser.parse("abba"); // returns ["a", "b", "b", "a"]
-
-    parser.parse("abcd"); // throws an exception
-
-You can also start parsing from a specific rule in the grammar. Just pass the rule name to
the `parse` method as a second parameter.
-
-Grammar Syntax and Semantics
-----------------------------
-
-The grammar syntax is similar to JavaScript in that it is not line-oriented and ignores whitespace
between tokens. You can also use JavaScript-style comments (`// ...` and `/* ... */`).
-
-Let's look at example grammar that recognizes simple arithmetic expressions like `2*(3+4)`.
A parser generated from this grammar computes their values.
-
-    start
-      = additive
-
-    additive
-      = left:multiplicative "+" right:additive { return left + right; }
-      / multiplicative
-
-    multiplicative
-      = left:primary "*" right:multiplicative { return left * right; }
-      / primary
-
-    primary
-      = integer
-      / "(" additive:additive ")" { return additive; }
-
-    integer "integer"
-      = digits:[0-9]+ { return parseInt(digits.join(""), 10); }
-
-On the top level, the grammar consists of *rules* (in our example, there are five of them).
Each rule has a *name* (e.g. `integer`) that identifies the rule, and a *parsing expression*
(e.g. `digits:[0-9]+ { return parseInt(digits.join(""), 10); }`) that defines a pattern to
match against the input text and possibly contains some JavaScript code that determines what
happens when the pattern matches successfully. A rule can also contain *human-readable name*
that is used in error messages (in our example, only the `integer` rule has a human-readable
name). The parsing starts at the first rule, which is also called the *start rule*.
-
-A rule name must be a JavaScript identifier. It is followed by an equality sign (“=”)
and a parsing expression. If the rule has a human-readable name, it is written as a JavaScript
string between the name and separating equality sign. Rules need to be separated only by whitespace
(their beginning is easily recognizable), but a semicolon (“;”) after the parsing expression
is allowed.
-
-Rules can be preceded by an *initializer* — a piece of JavaScript code in curly braces
(“{” and “}”). This code is executed before the generated parser starts parsing. All
variables and functions defined in the initializer are accessible in rule actions and semantic
predicates. Curly braces in the initializer code must be balanced.
-
-The parsing expressions of the rules are used to match the input text to the grammar. There
are various types of expressions — matching characters or character classes, indicating
optional parts and repetition, etc. Expressions can also contain references to other rules.
See detailed description below.
-
-If an expression successfully matches a part of the text when running the generated parser,
it produces a *match result*, which is a JavaScript value. For example:
-
-  * An expression matching a literal string produces a JavaScript string containing matched
part of the input.
-  * An expression matching repeated occurrence of some subexpression produces a JavaScript
array with all the matches.
-
-The match results propagate through the rules when the rule names are used in expressions,
up to the start rule. The generated parser returns start rule's match result when parsing
is successful.
-
-One special case of parser expression is a *parser action* — a piece of JavaScript code
inside curly braces (“{” and “}”) that takes match results of some of the the preceding
expressions and returns a JavaScript value. This value is considered match result of the preceding
expression (in other words, the parser action is a match result transformer).
-
-In our arithmetics example, there are many parser actions. Consider the action in expression
`digits:[0-9]+ { return parseInt(digits.join(""), 10); }`. It takes the match result of the
expression [0-9]+, which is an array of strings containing digits, as its parameter. It joins
the digits together to form a number and converts it to a JavaScript `number` object.
-
-### Parsing Expression Types
-
-There are several types of parsing expressions, some of them containing subexpressions and
thus forming a recursive structure:
-
-#### "*literal*"<br>'*literal*'
-
-Match exact literal string and return it. The string syntax is the same as in JavaScript.
-
-#### .
-
-Match exactly one character and return it as a string.
-
-#### [*characters*]
-
-Match one character from a set and return it as a string. The characters in the list can
be escaped in exactly the same way as in JavaScript string. The list of characters can also
contain ranges (e.g. `[a-z]` means “all lowercase letters”). Preceding the characters
with `^` inverts the matched set (e.g. `[^a-z]` means “all character but lowercase letters”).
-
-#### *rule*
-
-Match a parsing expression of a rule recursively and return its match result.
-
-#### ( *expression* )
-
-Match a subexpression and return its match result.
-
-#### *expression* \*
-
-Match zero or more repetitions of the expression and return their match results in an array.
The matching is greedy, i.e. the parser tries to match the expression as many times as possible.
-
-#### *expression* +
-
-Match one or more repetitions of the expression and return their match results in an array.
The matching is greedy, i.e. the parser tries to match the expression as many times as possible.
-
-#### *expression* ?
-
-Try to match the expression. If the match succeeds, return its match result, otherwise return
an empty string.
-
-#### & *expression*
-
-Try to match the expression. If the match succeeds, just return an empty string and do not
advance the parser position, otherwise consider the match failed.
-
-#### ! *expression*
-
-Try to match the expression and. If the match does not succeed, just return an empty string
and do not advance the parser position, otherwise consider the match failed.
-
-#### & { *predicate* }
-
-The predicate is a piece of JavaScript code that is executed as if it was inside a function.
It should return some JavaScript value using the `return` statement. If the returned value
evaluates to `true` in boolean context, just return an empty string and do not advance the
parser position; otherwise consider the match failed.
-
-The code inside the predicate has access to all variables and functions defined in the initializer
at the beginning of the grammar. Curly braces in the predicate code must be balanced.
-
-#### ! { *predicate* }
-
-The predicate is a piece of JavaScript code that is executed as if it was inside a function.
It should return some JavaScript value using the `return` statement. If the returned value
evaluates to `false` in boolean context, just return an empty string and do not advance the
parser position; otherwise consider the match failed.
-
-The code inside the predicate has access to all variables and functions defined in the initializer
at the beginning of the grammar. Curly braces in the predicate code must be balanced.
-
-#### *label* : *expression*
-
-Match the expression and remember its match result under given lablel. The label must be
a JavaScript identifier.
-
-Labeled expressions are useful together with actions, where saved match results can be accessed
by action's JavaScript code.
-
-#### *expression<sub>1</sub>* *expression<sub>2</sub>* ... *expression<sub>n</sub>*
-
-Match a sequence of expressions and return their match results in an array.
-
-#### *expression* { *action* }
-
-Match the expression. If the match is successful, run the action, otherwise consider the
match failed.
-
-The action is a piece of JavaScript code that is executed as if it was inside a function.
It gets the match results of labeled expressions in preceding expression as its arguments.
The action should return some JavaScript value using the `return` statement. This value is
considered match result of the preceding expression. The action can return `null` to indicate
a match failure.
-
-The code inside the action has access to all variables and functions defined in the initializer
at the beginning of the grammar. Curly braces in the action code must be balanced.
-
-#### *expression<sub>1</sub>* / *expression<sub>2</sub>* / ... /
*expression<sub>n</sub>*
-
-Try to match the first expression, if it does not succeed, try the second one, etc. Return
the match result of the first successfully matched expression. If no expression matches, consider
the match failed.
-
-Compatibility
--------------
-
-Both the parser generator and generated parsers should run well in the following environments:
-
-  * Node.js 0.4.4+
-  * IE 6+
-  * Firefox
-  * Chrome
-  * Safari
-  * Opera
-
-Development
------------
-
-  * [Project website](https://pegjs.majda.cz/)
-  * [Source code](https://github.com/dmajda/pegjs)
-  * [Issue tracker](https://github.com/dmajda/pegjs/issues)
-  * [Google Group](http://groups.google.com/group/pegjs)
-  * [Twitter](http://twitter.com/peg_js)
-
-PEG.js is developed by [David Majda](http://majda.cz/) ([@dmajda](http://twitter.com/dmajda)).
You are welcome to contribute code. Unless your contribution is really trivial you should
get in touch with me first — this can prevent wasted effort on both sides. You can send
code both as patch or GitHub pull request.
-
-Note that PEG.js is still very much work in progress. There are no compatibility guarantees
until version 1.0.

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-#!/usr/bin/env node
-
-var sys = require("sys");
-var fs  = require("fs");
-var PEG = require("../lib/peg");
-
-/* Helpers */
-
-function printVersion() {
-  sys.puts("PEG.js " + PEG.VERSION);
-}
-
-function printHelp() {
-  sys.puts("Usage: pegjs [options] [--] [<input_file>] [<output_file>]");
-  sys.puts("");
-  sys.puts("Generates a parser from the PEG grammar specified in the <input_file> and");
-  sys.puts("writes it to the <output_file>.");
-  sys.puts("");
-  sys.puts("If the <output_file> is omitted, its name is generated by changing the");
-  sys.puts("<input_file> extension to \".js\". If both <input_file> and <output_file>
are");
-  sys.puts("omitted, standard input and output are used.");
-  sys.puts("");
-  sys.puts("Options:");
-  sys.puts("  -e, --export-var <variable>  name of the variable where the parser object");
-  sys.puts("                               will be stored (default: \"module.exports\")");
-  sys.puts("  -v, --version                print version information and exit");
-  sys.puts("  -h, --help                   print help and exit");
-}
-
-function exitSuccess() {
-  process.exit(0);
-}
-
-function exitFailure() {
-  process.exit(1);
-}
-
-function abort(message) {
-  sys.error(message);
-  exitFailure();
-}
-
-/* Arguments */
-
-var args = process.argv.slice(2); // Trim "node" and the script path.
-
-function isOption(arg) {
-  return /-.+/.test(arg);
-}
-
-function nextArg() {
-  args.shift();
-}
-
-/* Files */
-
-function readStream(inputStream, callback) {
-  var input = "";
-  inputStream.on("data", function(data) { input += data; });
-  inputStream.on("end", function() { callback(input); });
-}
-
-/* Main */
-
-/* This makes the generated parser a CommonJS module by default. */
-var exportVar = "module.exports";
-
-while (args.length > 0 && isOption(args[0])) {
-  switch (args[0]) {
-    case "-e":
-    case "--export-var":
-      nextArg();
-      if (args.length === 0) {
-        abort("Missing parameter of the -e/--export-var option.");
-      }
-      exportVar = args[0];
-      break;
-
-    case "-v":
-    case "--version":
-      printVersion();
-      exitSuccess();
-      break;
-
-    case "-h":
-    case "--help":
-      printHelp();
-      exitSuccess();
-      break;
-
-    case "--":
-      nextArg();
-      break;
-
-    default:
-      abort("Unknown option: " + args[0] + ".");
-  }
-  nextArg();
-}
-
-switch (args.length) {
-  case 0:
-    var inputStream = process.openStdin();
-    var outputStream = process.stdout;
-    break;
-
-  case 1:
-  case 2:
-    var inputFile = args[0];
-    var inputStream = fs.createReadStream(inputFile);
-    inputStream.on("error", function() {
-      abort("Can't read from file \"" + inputFile + "\".");
-    });
-
-    var outputFile = args.length == 1
-      ? args[0].replace(/\.[^.]*$/, ".js")
-      : args[1];
-    var outputStream = fs.createWriteStream(outputFile);
-    outputStream.on("error", function() {
-      abort("Can't write to file \"" + outputFile + "\".");
-    });
-
-    break;
-
-  default:
-    abort("Too many arguments.");
-}
-
-readStream(inputStream, function(input) {
-  try {
-    var parser = PEG.buildParser(input);
-  } catch (e) {
-    if (e.line !== undefined && e.column !== undefined) {
-      abort(e.line + ":" + e.column + ": " + e.message);
-    } else {
-      abort(e.message);
-    }
-  }
-
-  outputStream.write(exportVar + " = " + parser.toSource() + ";\n");
-  outputStream.end();
-});

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-/*
- * Classic example grammar, which recognizes simple arithmetic expressions like
- * "2*(3+4)". The parser generated from this grammar then computes their value.
- */
-
-start
-  = additive
-
-additive
-  = left:multiplicative "+" right:additive { return left + right; }
-  / multiplicative
-
-multiplicative
-  = left:primary "*" right:multiplicative { return left * right; }
-  / primary
-
-primary
-  = integer
-  / "(" additive:additive ")" { return additive; }
-
-integer "integer"
-  = digits:[0-9]+ { return parseInt(digits.join(""), 10); }

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-/*
- * CSS parser based on the grammar described at http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/grammar.html.
- *
- * The parser builds a tree representing the parsed CSS, composed of basic
- * JavaScript values, arrays and objects (basically JSON). It can be easily
- * used by various CSS processors, transformers, etc.
- *
- * Note that the parser does not handle errors in CSS according to the
- * specification -- many errors which it should recover from (e.g. malformed
- * declarations or unexpected end of stylesheet) are simply fatal. This is a
- * result of straightforward rewrite of the CSS grammar to PEG.js and it should
- * be fixed sometimes.
- */
-
-/* ===== Syntactical Elements ===== */
-
-start
-  = stylesheet:stylesheet comment* { return stylesheet; }
-
-stylesheet
-  = charset:(CHARSET_SYM STRING ";")? (S / CDO / CDC)*
-    imports:(import (CDO S* / CDC S*)*)*
-    rules:((ruleset / media / page) (CDO S* / CDC S*)*)* {
-      var importsConverted = [];
-      for (var i = 0; i < imports.length; i++) {
-        importsConverted.push(imports[i][0]);
-      }
-
-      var rulesConverted = [];
-      for (i = 0; i < rules.length; i++) {
-        rulesConverted.push(rules[i][0]);
-      }
-
-      return {
-        type:    "stylesheet",
-        charset: charset !== "" ? charset[1] : null,
-        imports: importsConverted,
-        rules:   rulesConverted
-      };
-    }
-
-import
-  = IMPORT_SYM S* href:(STRING / URI) S* media:media_list? ";" S* {
-      return {
-        type:  "import_rule",
-        href:  href,
-        media: media !== "" ? media : []
-      };
-    }
-
-media
-  = MEDIA_SYM S* media:media_list "{" S* rules:ruleset* "}" S* {
-      return {
-        type:  "media_rule",
-        media: media,
-        rules: rules
-      };
-    }
-
-media_list
-  = head:medium tail:("," S* medium)* {
-      var result = [head];
-      for (var i = 0; i < tail.length; i++) {
-        result.push(tail[i][2]);
-      }
-      return result;
-    }
-
-medium
-  = ident:IDENT S* { return ident; }
-
-page
-  = PAGE_SYM S* qualifier:pseudo_page?
-    "{" S*
-    declarationsHead:declaration?
-    declarationsTail:(";" S* declaration?)*
-    "}" S* {
-      var declarations = declarationsHead !== "" ? [declarationsHead] : [];
-      for (var i = 0; i < declarationsTail.length; i++) {
-        if (declarationsTail[i][2] !== "") {
-          declarations.push(declarationsTail[i][2]);
-        }
-      }
-
-      return {
-        type:         "page_rule",
-        qualifier:    qualifier !== "" ? qualifier : null,
-        declarations: declarations
-      };
-    }
-
-pseudo_page
-  = ":" ident:IDENT S* { return ident; }
-
-operator
-  = "/" S* { return "/"; }
-  / "," S* { return ","; }
-
-combinator
-  = "+" S* { return "+"; }
-  / ">" S* { return ">"; }
-
-unary_operator
-  = "+"
-  / "-"
-
-property
-  = ident:IDENT S* { return ident; }
-
-ruleset
-  = selectorsHead:selector
-    selectorsTail:("," S* selector)*
-    "{" S*
-    declarationsHead:declaration?
-    declarationsTail:(";" S* declaration?)*
-    "}" S* {
-      var selectors = [selectorsHead];
-      for (var i = 0; i < selectorsTail.length; i++) {
-        selectors.push(selectorsTail[i][2]);
-      }
-
-      var declarations = declarationsHead !== "" ? [declarationsHead] : [];
-      for (i = 0; i < declarationsTail.length; i++) {
-        if (declarationsTail[i][2] !== "") {
-          declarations.push(declarationsTail[i][2]);
-        }
-      }
-
-      return {
-        type:         "ruleset",
-        selectors:    selectors,
-        declarations: declarations
-      };
-    }
-
-selector
-  = left:simple_selector S* combinator:combinator right:selector {
-      return {
-        type:       "selector",
-        combinator: combinator,
-        left:       left,
-        right:      right
-      };
-    }
-  / left:simple_selector S* right:selector {
-      return {
-        type:       "selector",
-        combinator: " ",
-        left:       left,
-        right:      right
-      };
-    }
-  / selector:simple_selector S* { return selector; }
-
-simple_selector
-  = element:element_name
-    qualifiers:(
-        id:HASH { return { type: "ID selector", id: id.substr(1) }; }
-      / class
-      / attrib
-      / pseudo
-    )* {
-      return {
-        type:       "simple_selector",
-        element:    element,
-        qualifiers: qualifiers
-      };
-    }
-  / qualifiers:(
-        id:HASH { return { type: "ID selector", id: id.substr(1) }; }
-      / class
-      / attrib
-      / pseudo
-    )+ {
-      return {
-        type:       "simple_selector",
-        element:    "*",
-        qualifiers: qualifiers
-      };
-    }
-
-class
-  = "." class_:IDENT { return { type: "class_selector", "class": class_ }; }
-
-element_name
-  = IDENT / '*'
-
-attrib
-  = "[" S*
-    attribute:IDENT S*
-    operatorAndValue:(
-      ('=' / INCLUDES / DASHMATCH) S*
-      (IDENT / STRING) S*
-    )?
-    "]" {
-      return {
-        type:      "attribute_selector",
-        attribute: attribute,
-        operator:  operatorAndValue !== "" ? operatorAndValue[0] : null,
-        value:     operatorAndValue !== "" ? operatorAndValue[2] : null
-      };
-    }
-
-pseudo
-  = ":"
-    value:(
-        name:FUNCTION S* params:(IDENT S*)? ")" {
-          return {
-            type:   "function",
-            name:   name,
-            params: params !== "" ? [params[0]] : []
-          };
-        }
-      / IDENT
-    ) {
-      /*
-       * The returned object has somewhat vague property names and values because
-       * the rule matches both pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements (they look the
-       * same at the syntactic level).
-       */
-      return {
-        type:  "pseudo_selector",
-        value: value
-      };
-    }
-
-declaration
-  = property:property ":" S* expression:expr important:prio? {
-      return {
-        type:       "declaration",
-        property:   property,
-        expression: expression,
-        important:  important !== "" ? true : false
-      };
-    }
-
-prio
-  = IMPORTANT_SYM S*
-
-expr
-  = head:term tail:(operator? term)* {
-      var result = head;
-      for (var i = 0; i < tail.length; i++) {
-        result = {
-          type:     "expression",
-          operator: tail[i][0],
-          left:     result,
-          right:    tail[i][1]
-        };
-      }
-      return result;
-    }
-
-term
-  = operator:unary_operator?
-    value:(
-        EMS S*
-      / EXS S*
-      / LENGTH S*
-      / ANGLE S*
-      / TIME S*
-      / FREQ S*
-      / PERCENTAGE S*
-      / NUMBER S*
-    )               { return { type: "value",  value: operator + value[0] }; }
-  / value:URI S*    { return { type: "uri",    value: value               }; }
-  / function
-  / hexcolor
-  / value:STRING S* { return { type: "string", value: value               }; }
-  / value:IDENT S*  { return { type: "ident",  value: value               }; }
-
-function
-  = name:FUNCTION S* params:expr ")" S* {
-      return {
-        type:   "function",
-        name:   name,
-        params: params
-      };
-    }
-
-hexcolor
-  = value:HASH S* { return { type: "hexcolor", value: value}; }
-
-/* ===== Lexical Elements ===== */
-
-/* Macros */
-
-h
-  = [0-9a-fA-F]
-
-nonascii
-  = [\x80-\xFF]
-
-unicode
-  = "\\" h1:h h2:h? h3:h? h4:h? h5:h? h6:h? ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? {
-      return String.fromCharCode(parseInt("0x" + h1 + h2 + h3 + h4 + h5 + h6));
-    }
-
-escape
-  = unicode
-  / "\\" char_:[^\r\n\f0-9a-fA-F] { return char_; }
-
-nmstart
-  = [_a-zA-Z]
-  / nonascii
-  / escape
-
-nmchar
-  = [_a-zA-Z0-9-]
-  / nonascii
-  / escape
-
-integer
-  = digits:[0-9]+ { return parseInt(digits.join("")); }
-
-float
-  = before:[0-9]* "." after:[0-9]+ {
-      return parseFloat(before.join("") + "." + after.join(""));
-    }
-
-string1
-  = '"' chars:([^\n\r\f\\"] / "\\" nl:nl { return nl } / escape)* '"' {
-      return chars.join("");
-    }
-
-string2
-  = "'" chars:([^\n\r\f\\'] / "\\" nl:nl { return nl } / escape)* "'" {
-      return chars.join("");
-    }
-
-comment
-  = "/*" [^*]* "*"+ ([^/*] [^*]* "*"+)* "/"
-
-ident
-  = dash:"-"? nmstart:nmstart nmchars:nmchar* {
-      return dash + nmstart + nmchars.join("");
-    }
-
-name
-  = nmchars:nmchar+ { return nmchars.join(""); }
-
-num
-  = float
-  / integer
-
-string
-  = string1
-  / string2
-
-url
-  = chars:([!#$%&*-~] / nonascii / escape)* { return chars.join(""); }
-
-s
-  = [ \t\r\n\f]+
-
-w
-  = s?
-
-nl
-  = "\n"
-  / "\r\n"
-  / "\r"
-  / "\f"
-
-A
-  = [aA]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "41" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "A"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "61" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "a"; }
-
-C
-  = [cC]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "43" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "C"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "63" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "c"; }
-
-D
-  = [dD]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "44" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "D"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "64" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "d"; }
-
-E
-  = [eE]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "45" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "E"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "65" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "e"; }
-
-G
-  = [gG]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "47" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "G"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "67" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "g"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[gG] { return char_; }
-
-H
-  = h:[hH]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "48" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "H"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "68" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "h"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[hH] { return char_; }
-
-I
-  = i:[iI]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "49" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "I"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "69" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "i"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[iI] { return char_; }
-
-K
-  = [kK]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "4" [bB] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "K"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "6" [bB] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "k"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[kK] { return char_; }
-
-L
-  = [lL]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "4" [cC] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "L"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "6" [cC] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "l"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[lL] { return char_; }
-
-M
-  = [mM]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "4" [dD] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "M"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "6" [dD] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "m"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[mM] { return char_; }
-
-N
-  = [nN]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "4" [eE] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "N"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "6" [eE] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "n"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[nN] { return char_; }
-
-O
-  = [oO]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "4" [fF] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "O"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "6" [fF] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "o"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[oO] { return char_; }
-
-P
-  = [pP]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "50" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "P"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "70" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "p"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[pP] { return char_; }
-
-R
-  = [rR]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "52" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "R"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "72" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "r"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[rR] { return char_; }
-
-S_
-  = [sS]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "53" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "S"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "73" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "s"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[sS] { return char_; }
-
-T
-  = [tT]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "54" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "T"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "74" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "t"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[tT] { return char_; }
-
-U
-  = [uU]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "55" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "U"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "75" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "u"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[uU] { return char_; }
-
-X
-  = [xX]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "58" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "X"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "78" ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "x"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[xX] { return char_; }
-
-Z
-  = [zZ]
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "5" [aA] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "Z"; }
-  / "\\" "0"? "0"? "0"? "0"? "7" [aA] ("\r\n" / [ \t\r\n\f])? { return "z"; }
-  / "\\" char_:[zZ] { return char_; }
-
-/* Tokens */
-
-S "whitespace"
-  = comment* s
-
-CDO "<!--"
-  = comment* "<!--"
-
-CDC "-->"
-  = comment* "-->"
-
-INCLUDES "~="
-  = comment* "~="
-
-DASHMATCH "|="
-  = comment* "|="
-
-STRING "string"
-  = comment* string:string { return string; }
-
-IDENT "identifier"
-  = comment* ident:ident { return ident; }
-
-HASH "hash"
-  = comment* "#" name:name { return "#" + name; }
-
-IMPORT_SYM "@import"
-  = comment* "@" I M P O R T
-
-PAGE_SYM "@page"
-  = comment* "@" P A G E
-
-MEDIA_SYM "@media"
-  = comment* "@" M E D I A
-
-CHARSET_SYM "@charset"
-  = comment* "@charset "
-
-/* Note: We replace "w" with "s" here to avoid infinite recursion. */
-IMPORTANT_SYM "!important"
-  = comment* "!" (s / comment)* I M P O R T A N T { return "!important"; }
-
-EMS "length"
-  = comment* num:num e:E m:M { return num + e + m; }
-
-EXS "length"
-  = comment* num:num e:E x:X { return num + e + x; }
-
-LENGTH "length"
-  = comment* num:num unit:(P X / C M / M M / I N / P T / P C) {
-      return num + unit.join("");
-    }
-
-ANGLE "angle"
-  = comment* num:num unit:(D E G / R A D / G R A D) {
-      return num + unit.join("");
-    }
-
-TIME "time"
-  = comment* num:num unit:(m:M s:S_ { return m + s; } / S_) {
-      return num + unit;
-    }
-
-FREQ "frequency"
-  = comment* num:num unit:(H Z / K H Z) { return num + unit.join(""); }
-
-DIMENSION "dimension"
-  = comment* num:num unit:ident { return num + unit; }
-
-PERCENTAGE "percentage"
-  = comment* num:num "%" { return num + "%"; }
-
-NUMBER "number"
-  = comment* num:num { return num; }
-
-URI "uri"
-  = comment* U R L "(" w value:(string / url) w ")" { return value; }
-
-FUNCTION "function"
-  = comment* name:ident "(" { return name; }


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