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From anovi...@apache.org
Subject [15/52] [partial] incubator-ignite git commit: # ignite-843 WIP.
Date Fri, 08 May 2015 11:36:40 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-ignite/blob/0ef79031/modules/webconfig/nodejs/node_modules/jade/node_modules/constantinople/node_modules/acorn-globals/node_modules/acorn/src/statement.js
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+import {types as tt} from "./tokentype"
+import {Parser} from "./state"
+import {lineBreak} from "./whitespace"
+
+const pp = Parser.prototype
+
+// ### Statement parsing
+
+// Parse a program. Initializes the parser, reads any number of
+// statements, and wraps them in a Program node.  Optionally takes a
+// `program` argument.  If present, the statements will be appended
+// to its body instead of creating a new node.
+
+pp.parseTopLevel = function(node) {
+  let first = true
+  if (!node.body) node.body = []
+  while (this.type !== tt.eof) {
+    let stmt = this.parseStatement(true, true)
+    node.body.push(stmt)
+    if (first && this.isUseStrict(stmt)) this.setStrict(true)
+    first = false
+  }
+  this.next()
+  if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+    node.sourceType = this.options.sourceType
+  }
+  return this.finishNode(node, "Program")
+}
+
+const loopLabel = {kind: "loop"}, switchLabel = {kind: "switch"}
+
+// Parse a single statement.
+//
+// If expecting a statement and finding a slash operator, parse a
+// regular expression literal. This is to handle cases like
+// `if (foo) /blah/.exec(foo)`, where looking at the previous token
+// does not help.
+
+pp.parseStatement = function(declaration, topLevel) {
+  let starttype = this.type, node = this.startNode()
+
+  // Most types of statements are recognized by the keyword they
+  // start with. Many are trivial to parse, some require a bit of
+  // complexity.
+
+  switch (starttype) {
+  case tt._break: case tt._continue: return this.parseBreakContinueStatement(node, starttype.keyword)
+  case tt._debugger: return this.parseDebuggerStatement(node)
+  case tt._do: return this.parseDoStatement(node)
+  case tt._for: return this.parseForStatement(node)
+  case tt._function:
+    if (!declaration && this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) this.unexpected()
+    return this.parseFunctionStatement(node)
+  case tt._class:
+    if (!declaration) this.unexpected()
+    return this.parseClass(node, true)
+  case tt._if: return this.parseIfStatement(node)
+  case tt._return: return this.parseReturnStatement(node)
+  case tt._switch: return this.parseSwitchStatement(node)
+  case tt._throw: return this.parseThrowStatement(node)
+  case tt._try: return this.parseTryStatement(node)
+  case tt._let: case tt._const: if (!declaration) this.unexpected() // NOTE: falls through to _var
+  case tt._var: return this.parseVarStatement(node, starttype)
+  case tt._while: return this.parseWhileStatement(node)
+  case tt._with: return this.parseWithStatement(node)
+  case tt.braceL: return this.parseBlock()
+  case tt.semi: return this.parseEmptyStatement(node)
+  case tt._export:
+  case tt._import:
+    if (!this.options.allowImportExportEverywhere) {
+      if (!topLevel)
+        this.raise(this.start, "'import' and 'export' may only appear at the top level")
+      if (!this.inModule)
+        this.raise(this.start, "'import' and 'export' may appear only with 'sourceType: module'")
+    }
+    return starttype === tt._import ? this.parseImport(node) : this.parseExport(node)
+
+    // If the statement does not start with a statement keyword or a
+    // brace, it's an ExpressionStatement or LabeledStatement. We
+    // simply start parsing an expression, and afterwards, if the
+    // next token is a colon and the expression was a simple
+    // Identifier node, we switch to interpreting it as a label.
+  default:
+    let maybeName = this.value, expr = this.parseExpression()
+    if (starttype === tt.name && expr.type === "Identifier" && this.eat(tt.colon))
+      return this.parseLabeledStatement(node, maybeName, expr)
+    else return this.parseExpressionStatement(node, expr)
+  }
+}
+
+pp.parseBreakContinueStatement = function(node, keyword) {
+  let isBreak = keyword == "break"
+  this.next()
+  if (this.eat(tt.semi) || this.insertSemicolon()) node.label = null
+  else if (this.type !== tt.name) this.unexpected()
+  else {
+    node.label = this.parseIdent()
+    this.semicolon()
+  }
+
+  // Verify that there is an actual destination to break or
+  // continue to.
+  for (var i = 0; i < this.labels.length; ++i) {
+    let lab = this.labels[i]
+    if (node.label == null || lab.name === node.label.name) {
+      if (lab.kind != null && (isBreak || lab.kind === "loop")) break
+      if (node.label && isBreak) break
+    }
+  }
+  if (i === this.labels.length) this.raise(node.start, "Unsyntactic " + keyword)
+  return this.finishNode(node, isBreak ? "BreakStatement" : "ContinueStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseDebuggerStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  this.semicolon()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "DebuggerStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseDoStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  this.labels.push(loopLabel)
+  node.body = this.parseStatement(false)
+  this.labels.pop()
+  this.expect(tt._while)
+  node.test = this.parseParenExpression()
+  if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6)
+    this.eat(tt.semi)
+  else
+    this.semicolon()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "DoWhileStatement")
+}
+
+// Disambiguating between a `for` and a `for`/`in` or `for`/`of`
+// loop is non-trivial. Basically, we have to parse the init `var`
+// statement or expression, disallowing the `in` operator (see
+// the second parameter to `parseExpression`), and then check
+// whether the next token is `in` or `of`. When there is no init
+// part (semicolon immediately after the opening parenthesis), it
+// is a regular `for` loop.
+
+pp.parseForStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  this.labels.push(loopLabel)
+  this.expect(tt.parenL)
+  if (this.type === tt.semi) return this.parseFor(node, null)
+  if (this.type === tt._var || this.type === tt._let || this.type === tt._const) {
+    let init = this.startNode(), varKind = this.type
+    this.next()
+    this.parseVar(init, true, varKind)
+    this.finishNode(init, "VariableDeclaration")
+    if ((this.type === tt._in || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.isContextual("of"))) && init.declarations.length === 1 &&
+        !(varKind !== tt._var && init.declarations[0].init))
+      return this.parseForIn(node, init)
+    return this.parseFor(node, init)
+  }
+  let refShorthandDefaultPos = {start: 0}
+  let init = this.parseExpression(true, refShorthandDefaultPos)
+  if (this.type === tt._in || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.isContextual("of"))) {
+    this.toAssignable(init)
+    this.checkLVal(init)
+    return this.parseForIn(node, init)
+  } else if (refShorthandDefaultPos.start) {
+    this.unexpected(refShorthandDefaultPos.start)
+  }
+  return this.parseFor(node, init)
+}
+
+pp.parseFunctionStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  return this.parseFunction(node, true)
+}
+
+pp.parseIfStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  node.test = this.parseParenExpression()
+  node.consequent = this.parseStatement(false)
+  node.alternate = this.eat(tt._else) ? this.parseStatement(false) : null
+  return this.finishNode(node, "IfStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseReturnStatement = function(node) {
+  if (!this.inFunction && !this.options.allowReturnOutsideFunction)
+    this.raise(this.start, "'return' outside of function")
+  this.next()
+
+  // In `return` (and `break`/`continue`), the keywords with
+  // optional arguments, we eagerly look for a semicolon or the
+  // possibility to insert one.
+
+  if (this.eat(tt.semi) || this.insertSemicolon()) node.argument = null
+  else { node.argument = this.parseExpression(); this.semicolon() }
+  return this.finishNode(node, "ReturnStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseSwitchStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  node.discriminant = this.parseParenExpression()
+  node.cases = []
+  this.expect(tt.braceL)
+  this.labels.push(switchLabel)
+
+  // Statements under must be grouped (by label) in SwitchCase
+  // nodes. `cur` is used to keep the node that we are currently
+  // adding statements to.
+
+  for (var cur, sawDefault; this.type != tt.braceR;) {
+    if (this.type === tt._case || this.type === tt._default) {
+      let isCase = this.type === tt._case
+      if (cur) this.finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase")
+      node.cases.push(cur = this.startNode())
+      cur.consequent = []
+      this.next()
+      if (isCase) {
+        cur.test = this.parseExpression()
+      } else {
+        if (sawDefault) this.raise(this.lastTokStart, "Multiple default clauses")
+        sawDefault = true
+        cur.test = null
+      }
+      this.expect(tt.colon)
+    } else {
+      if (!cur) this.unexpected()
+      cur.consequent.push(this.parseStatement(true))
+    }
+  }
+  if (cur) this.finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase")
+  this.next() // Closing brace
+  this.labels.pop()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "SwitchStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseThrowStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  if (lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start)))
+    this.raise(this.lastTokEnd, "Illegal newline after throw")
+  node.argument = this.parseExpression()
+  this.semicolon()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "ThrowStatement")
+}
+
+// Reused empty array added for node fields that are always empty.
+
+const empty = []
+
+pp.parseTryStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  node.block = this.parseBlock()
+  node.handler = null
+  if (this.type === tt._catch) {
+    let clause = this.startNode()
+    this.next()
+    this.expect(tt.parenL)
+    clause.param = this.parseBindingAtom()
+    this.checkLVal(clause.param, true)
+    this.expect(tt.parenR)
+    clause.guard = null
+    clause.body = this.parseBlock()
+    node.handler = this.finishNode(clause, "CatchClause")
+  }
+  node.guardedHandlers = empty
+  node.finalizer = this.eat(tt._finally) ? this.parseBlock() : null
+  if (!node.handler && !node.finalizer)
+    this.raise(node.start, "Missing catch or finally clause")
+  return this.finishNode(node, "TryStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseVarStatement = function(node, kind) {
+  this.next()
+  this.parseVar(node, false, kind)
+  this.semicolon()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "VariableDeclaration")
+}
+
+pp.parseWhileStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  node.test = this.parseParenExpression()
+  this.labels.push(loopLabel)
+  node.body = this.parseStatement(false)
+  this.labels.pop()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "WhileStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseWithStatement = function(node) {
+  if (this.strict) this.raise(this.start, "'with' in strict mode")
+  this.next()
+  node.object = this.parseParenExpression()
+  node.body = this.parseStatement(false)
+  return this.finishNode(node, "WithStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseEmptyStatement = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseLabeledStatement = function(node, maybeName, expr) {
+  for (let i = 0; i < this.labels.length; ++i)
+    if (this.labels[i].name === maybeName) this.raise(expr.start, "Label '" + maybeName + "' is already declared")
+  let kind = this.type.isLoop ? "loop" : this.type === tt._switch ? "switch" : null
+  this.labels.push({name: maybeName, kind: kind})
+  node.body = this.parseStatement(true)
+  this.labels.pop()
+  node.label = expr
+  return this.finishNode(node, "LabeledStatement")
+}
+
+pp.parseExpressionStatement = function(node, expr) {
+  node.expression = expr
+  this.semicolon()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "ExpressionStatement")
+}
+
+// Parse a semicolon-enclosed block of statements, handling `"use
+// strict"` declarations when `allowStrict` is true (used for
+// function bodies).
+
+pp.parseBlock = function(allowStrict) {
+  let node = this.startNode(), first = true, oldStrict
+  node.body = []
+  this.expect(tt.braceL)
+  while (!this.eat(tt.braceR)) {
+    let stmt = this.parseStatement(true)
+    node.body.push(stmt)
+    if (first && allowStrict && this.isUseStrict(stmt)) {
+      oldStrict = this.strict
+      this.setStrict(this.strict = true)
+    }
+    first = false
+  }
+  if (oldStrict === false) this.setStrict(false)
+  return this.finishNode(node, "BlockStatement")
+}
+
+// Parse a regular `for` loop. The disambiguation code in
+// `parseStatement` will already have parsed the init statement or
+// expression.
+
+pp.parseFor = function(node, init) {
+  node.init = init
+  this.expect(tt.semi)
+  node.test = this.type === tt.semi ? null : this.parseExpression()
+  this.expect(tt.semi)
+  node.update = this.type === tt.parenR ? null : this.parseExpression()
+  this.expect(tt.parenR)
+  node.body = this.parseStatement(false)
+  this.labels.pop()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "ForStatement")
+}
+
+// Parse a `for`/`in` and `for`/`of` loop, which are almost
+// same from parser's perspective.
+
+pp.parseForIn = function(node, init) {
+  let type = this.type === tt._in ? "ForInStatement" : "ForOfStatement"
+  this.next()
+  node.left = init
+  node.right = this.parseExpression()
+  this.expect(tt.parenR)
+  node.body = this.parseStatement(false)
+  this.labels.pop()
+  return this.finishNode(node, type)
+}
+
+// Parse a list of variable declarations.
+
+pp.parseVar = function(node, isFor, kind) {
+  node.declarations = []
+  node.kind = kind.keyword
+  for (;;) {
+    let decl = this.startNode()
+    decl.id = this.parseBindingAtom()
+    this.checkLVal(decl.id, true)
+    if (this.eat(tt.eq)) {
+      decl.init = this.parseMaybeAssign(isFor)
+    } else if (kind === tt._const && !(this.type === tt._in || (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && this.isContextual("of")))) {
+      this.unexpected()
+    } else if (decl.id.type != "Identifier" && !(isFor && (this.type === tt._in || this.isContextual("of")))) {
+      this.raise(this.lastTokEnd, "Complex binding patterns require an initialization value")
+    } else {
+      decl.init = null
+    }
+    node.declarations.push(this.finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"))
+    if (!this.eat(tt.comma)) break
+  }
+  return node
+}
+
+// Parse a function declaration or literal (depending on the
+// `isStatement` parameter).
+
+pp.parseFunction = function(node, isStatement, allowExpressionBody) {
+  this.initFunction(node)
+  if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6)
+    node.generator = this.eat(tt.star)
+  if (isStatement || this.type === tt.name)
+    node.id = this.parseIdent()
+  this.expect(tt.parenL)
+  node.params = this.parseBindingList(tt.parenR, false, false)
+  this.parseFunctionBody(node, allowExpressionBody)
+  return this.finishNode(node, isStatement ? "FunctionDeclaration" : "FunctionExpression")
+}
+
+// Parse a class declaration or literal (depending on the
+// `isStatement` parameter).
+
+pp.parseClass = function(node, isStatement) {
+  this.next()
+  node.id = this.type === tt.name ? this.parseIdent() : isStatement ? this.unexpected() : null
+  node.superClass = this.eat(tt._extends) ? this.parseExprSubscripts() : null
+  let classBody = this.startNode()
+  classBody.body = []
+  this.expect(tt.braceL)
+  while (!this.eat(tt.braceR)) {
+    if (this.eat(tt.semi)) continue
+    let method = this.startNode()
+    let isGenerator = this.eat(tt.star)
+    this.parsePropertyName(method)
+    if (this.type !== tt.parenL && !method.computed && method.key.type === "Identifier" &&
+        method.key.name === "static") {
+      if (isGenerator) this.unexpected()
+      method['static'] = true
+      isGenerator = this.eat(tt.star)
+      this.parsePropertyName(method)
+    } else {
+      method['static'] = false
+    }
+    method.kind = "method"
+    if (!method.computed && !isGenerator) {
+      if (method.key.type === "Identifier") {
+        if (this.type !== tt.parenL && (method.key.name === "get" || method.key.name === "set")) {
+          method.kind = method.key.name
+          this.parsePropertyName(method)
+        } else if (!method['static'] && method.key.name === "constructor") {
+          method.kind = "constructor"
+        }
+      } else if (!method['static'] && method.key.type === "Literal" && method.key.value === "constructor") {
+        method.kind = "constructor"
+      }
+    }
+    method.value = this.parseMethod(isGenerator)
+    classBody.body.push(this.finishNode(method, "MethodDefinition"))
+  }
+  node.body = this.finishNode(classBody, "ClassBody")
+  return this.finishNode(node, isStatement ? "ClassDeclaration" : "ClassExpression")
+}
+
+// Parses module export declaration.
+
+pp.parseExport = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  // export * from '...'
+  if (this.eat(tt.star)) {
+    this.expectContextual("from")
+    node.source = this.type === tt.string ? this.parseExprAtom() : this.unexpected()
+    this.semicolon()
+    return this.finishNode(node, "ExportAllDeclaration")
+  }
+  if (this.eat(tt._default)) { // export default ...
+    let expr = this.parseMaybeAssign()
+    let needsSemi = true
+    if (expr.type == "FunctionExpression" ||
+        expr.type == "ClassExpression") {
+      needsSemi = false
+      if (expr.id) {
+        expr.type = expr.type == "FunctionExpression"
+          ? "FunctionDeclaration"
+          : "ClassDeclaration"
+      }
+    }
+    node.declaration = expr
+    if (needsSemi) this.semicolon()
+    return this.finishNode(node, "ExportDefaultDeclaration")
+  }
+  // export var|const|let|function|class ...
+  if (this.type.keyword) {
+    node.declaration = this.parseStatement(true)
+    node.specifiers = []
+    node.source = null
+  } else { // export { x, y as z } [from '...']
+    node.declaration = null
+    node.specifiers = this.parseExportSpecifiers()
+    if (this.eatContextual("from")) {
+      node.source = this.type === tt.string ? this.parseExprAtom() : this.unexpected()
+    } else {
+      node.source = null
+    }
+    this.semicolon()
+  }
+  return this.finishNode(node, "ExportNamedDeclaration")
+}
+
+// Parses a comma-separated list of module exports.
+
+pp.parseExportSpecifiers = function() {
+  let nodes = [], first = true
+  // export { x, y as z } [from '...']
+  this.expect(tt.braceL)
+  while (!this.eat(tt.braceR)) {
+    if (!first) {
+      this.expect(tt.comma)
+      if (this.afterTrailingComma(tt.braceR)) break
+    } else first = false
+
+    let node = this.startNode()
+    node.local = this.parseIdent(this.type === tt._default)
+    node.exported = this.eatContextual("as") ? this.parseIdent(true) : node.local
+    nodes.push(this.finishNode(node, "ExportSpecifier"))
+  }
+  return nodes
+}
+
+// Parses import declaration.
+
+pp.parseImport = function(node) {
+  this.next()
+  // import '...'
+  if (this.type === tt.string) {
+    node.specifiers = empty
+    node.source = this.parseExprAtom()
+    node.kind = ""
+  } else {
+    node.specifiers = this.parseImportSpecifiers()
+    this.expectContextual("from")
+    node.source = this.type === tt.string ? this.parseExprAtom() : this.unexpected()
+  }
+  this.semicolon()
+  return this.finishNode(node, "ImportDeclaration")
+}
+
+// Parses a comma-separated list of module imports.
+
+pp.parseImportSpecifiers = function() {
+  let nodes = [], first = true
+  if (this.type === tt.name) {
+    // import defaultObj, { x, y as z } from '...'
+    let node = this.startNode()
+    node.local = this.parseIdent()
+    this.checkLVal(node.local, true)
+    nodes.push(this.finishNode(node, "ImportDefaultSpecifier"))
+    if (!this.eat(tt.comma)) return nodes
+  }
+  if (this.type === tt.star) {
+    let node = this.startNode()
+    this.next()
+    this.expectContextual("as")
+    node.local = this.parseIdent()
+    this.checkLVal(node.local, true)
+    nodes.push(this.finishNode(node, "ImportNamespaceSpecifier"))
+    return nodes
+  }
+  this.expect(tt.braceL)
+  while (!this.eat(tt.braceR)) {
+    if (!first) {
+      this.expect(tt.comma)
+      if (this.afterTrailingComma(tt.braceR)) break
+    } else first = false
+
+    let node = this.startNode()
+    node.imported = this.parseIdent(true)
+    node.local = this.eatContextual("as") ? this.parseIdent() : node.imported
+    this.checkLVal(node.local, true)
+    nodes.push(this.finishNode(node, "ImportSpecifier"))
+  }
+  return nodes
+}

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+// The algorithm used to determine whether a regexp can appear at a
+// given point in the program is loosely based on sweet.js' approach.
+// See https://github.com/mozilla/sweet.js/wiki/design
+
+import {Parser} from "./state"
+import {types as tt} from "./tokentype"
+import {lineBreak} from "./whitespace"
+
+export class TokContext {
+  constructor(token, isExpr, preserveSpace, override) {
+    this.token = token
+    this.isExpr = isExpr
+    this.preserveSpace = preserveSpace
+    this.override = override
+  }
+}
+
+export const types = {
+  b_stat: new TokContext("{", false),
+  b_expr: new TokContext("{", true),
+  b_tmpl: new TokContext("${", true),
+  p_stat: new TokContext("(", false),
+  p_expr: new TokContext("(", true),
+  q_tmpl: new TokContext("`", true, true, p => p.readTmplToken()),
+  f_expr: new TokContext("function", true)
+}
+
+const pp = Parser.prototype
+
+pp.initialContext = function() {
+  return [types.b_stat]
+}
+
+pp.braceIsBlock = function(prevType) {
+  let parent
+  if (prevType === tt.colon && (parent = this.curContext()).token == "{")
+    return !parent.isExpr
+  if (prevType === tt._return)
+    return lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.start))
+  if (prevType === tt._else || prevType === tt.semi || prevType === tt.eof)
+    return true
+  if (prevType == tt.braceL)
+    return this.curContext() === types.b_stat
+  return !this.exprAllowed
+}
+
+pp.updateContext = function(prevType) {
+  let update, type = this.type
+  if (type.keyword && prevType == tt.dot)
+    this.exprAllowed = false
+  else if (update = type.updateContext)
+    update.call(this, prevType)
+  else
+    this.exprAllowed = type.beforeExpr
+}
+
+// Token-specific context update code
+
+tt.parenR.updateContext = tt.braceR.updateContext = function() {
+  if (this.context.length == 1) {
+    this.exprAllowed = true
+    return
+  }
+  let out = this.context.pop()
+  if (out === types.b_stat && this.curContext() === types.f_expr) {
+    this.context.pop()
+    this.exprAllowed = false
+  } else if (out === types.b_tmpl) {
+    this.exprAllowed = true
+  } else {
+    this.exprAllowed = !out.isExpr
+  }
+}
+
+tt.braceL.updateContext = function(prevType) {
+  this.context.push(this.braceIsBlock(prevType) ? types.b_stat : types.b_expr)
+  this.exprAllowed = true
+}
+
+tt.dollarBraceL.updateContext = function() {
+  this.context.push(types.b_tmpl)
+  this.exprAllowed = true
+}
+
+tt.parenL.updateContext = function(prevType) {
+  let statementParens = prevType === tt._if || prevType === tt._for || prevType === tt._with || prevType === tt._while
+  this.context.push(statementParens ? types.p_stat : types.p_expr)
+  this.exprAllowed = true
+}
+
+tt.incDec.updateContext = function() {
+  // tokExprAllowed stays unchanged
+}
+
+tt._function.updateContext = function() {
+  if (this.curContext() !== types.b_stat)
+    this.context.push(types.f_expr)
+  this.exprAllowed = false
+}
+
+tt.backQuote.updateContext = function() {
+  if (this.curContext() === types.q_tmpl)
+    this.context.pop()
+  else
+    this.context.push(types.q_tmpl)
+  this.exprAllowed = false
+}

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+import {isIdentifierStart, isIdentifierChar} from "./identifier"
+import {types as tt, keywords as keywordTypes} from "./tokentype"
+import {Parser} from "./state"
+import {SourceLocation} from "./location"
+import {lineBreak, lineBreakG, isNewLine, nonASCIIwhitespace} from "./whitespace"
+
+// Object type used to represent tokens. Note that normally, tokens
+// simply exist as properties on the parser object. This is only
+// used for the onToken callback and the external tokenizer.
+
+export class Token {
+  constructor(p) {
+    this.type = p.type
+    this.value = p.value
+    this.start = p.start
+    this.end = p.end
+    if (p.options.locations)
+      this.loc = new SourceLocation(p, p.startLoc, p.endLoc)
+    if (p.options.ranges)
+      this.range = [p.start, p.end]
+  }
+}
+
+// ## Tokenizer
+
+const pp = Parser.prototype
+
+// Move to the next token
+
+pp.next = function() {
+  if (this.options.onToken)
+    this.options.onToken(new Token(this))
+
+  this.lastTokEnd = this.end
+  this.lastTokStart = this.start
+  this.lastTokEndLoc = this.endLoc
+  this.lastTokStartLoc = this.startLoc
+  this.nextToken()
+}
+
+pp.getToken = function() {
+  this.next()
+  return new Token(this)
+}
+
+// If we're in an ES6 environment, make parsers iterable
+if (typeof Symbol !== "undefined")
+  pp[Symbol.iterator] = function () {
+    let self = this
+    return {next: function () {
+      let token = self.getToken()
+      return {
+        done: token.type === tt.eof,
+        value: token
+      }
+    }}
+  }
+
+// Toggle strict mode. Re-reads the next number or string to please
+// pedantic tests (`"use strict"; 010;` should fail).
+
+pp.setStrict = function(strict) {
+  this.strict = strict
+  if (this.type !== tt.num && this.type !== tt.string) return
+  this.pos = this.start
+  if (this.options.locations) {
+    while (this.pos < this.lineStart) {
+      this.lineStart = this.input.lastIndexOf("\n", this.lineStart - 2) + 1
+      --this.curLine
+    }
+  }
+  this.nextToken()
+}
+
+pp.curContext = function() {
+  return this.context[this.context.length - 1]
+}
+
+// Read a single token, updating the parser object's token-related
+// properties.
+
+pp.nextToken = function() {
+  let curContext = this.curContext()
+  if (!curContext || !curContext.preserveSpace) this.skipSpace()
+
+  this.start = this.pos
+  if (this.options.locations) this.startLoc = this.curPosition()
+  if (this.pos >= this.input.length) return this.finishToken(tt.eof)
+
+  if (curContext.override) return curContext.override(this)
+  else this.readToken(this.fullCharCodeAtPos())
+}
+
+pp.readToken = function(code) {
+  // Identifier or keyword. '\uXXXX' sequences are allowed in
+  // identifiers, so '\' also dispatches to that.
+  if (isIdentifierStart(code, this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) || code === 92 /* '\' */)
+    return this.readWord()
+
+  return this.getTokenFromCode(code)
+}
+
+pp.fullCharCodeAtPos = function() {
+  let code = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+  if (code <= 0xd7ff || code >= 0xe000) return code
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  return (code << 10) + next - 0x35fdc00
+}
+
+pp.skipBlockComment = function() {
+  let startLoc = this.options.onComment && this.options.locations && this.curPosition()
+  let start = this.pos, end = this.input.indexOf("*/", this.pos += 2)
+  if (end === -1) this.raise(this.pos - 2, "Unterminated comment")
+  this.pos = end + 2
+  if (this.options.locations) {
+    lineBreakG.lastIndex = start
+    let match
+    while ((match = lineBreakG.exec(this.input)) && match.index < this.pos) {
+      ++this.curLine
+      this.lineStart = match.index + match[0].length
+    }
+  }
+  if (this.options.onComment)
+    this.options.onComment(true, this.input.slice(start + 2, end), start, this.pos,
+                           startLoc, this.options.locations && this.curPosition())
+}
+
+pp.skipLineComment = function(startSkip) {
+  let start = this.pos
+  let startLoc = this.options.onComment && this.options.locations && this.curPosition()
+  let ch = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos+=startSkip)
+  while (this.pos < this.input.length && ch !== 10 && ch !== 13 && ch !== 8232 && ch !== 8233) {
+    ++this.pos
+    ch = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+  }
+  if (this.options.onComment)
+    this.options.onComment(false, this.input.slice(start + startSkip, this.pos), start, this.pos,
+                           startLoc, this.options.locations && this.curPosition())
+}
+
+// Called at the start of the parse and after every token. Skips
+// whitespace and comments, and.
+
+pp.skipSpace = function() {
+  while (this.pos < this.input.length) {
+    let ch = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+    if (ch === 32) { // ' '
+      ++this.pos
+    } else if (ch === 13) {
+      ++this.pos
+      let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+      if (next === 10) {
+        ++this.pos
+      }
+      if (this.options.locations) {
+        ++this.curLine
+        this.lineStart = this.pos
+      }
+    } else if (ch === 10 || ch === 8232 || ch === 8233) {
+      ++this.pos
+      if (this.options.locations) {
+        ++this.curLine
+        this.lineStart = this.pos
+      }
+    } else if (ch > 8 && ch < 14) {
+      ++this.pos
+    } else if (ch === 47) { // '/'
+      let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+      if (next === 42) { // '*'
+        this.skipBlockComment()
+      } else if (next === 47) { // '/'
+        this.skipLineComment(2)
+      } else break
+    } else if (ch === 160) { // '\xa0'
+      ++this.pos
+    } else if (ch >= 5760 && nonASCIIwhitespace.test(String.fromCharCode(ch))) {
+      ++this.pos
+    } else {
+      break
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+// Called at the end of every token. Sets `end`, `val`, and
+// maintains `context` and `exprAllowed`, and skips the space after
+// the token, so that the next one's `start` will point at the
+// right position.
+
+pp.finishToken = function(type, val) {
+  this.end = this.pos
+  if (this.options.locations) this.endLoc = this.curPosition()
+  let prevType = this.type
+  this.type = type
+  this.value = val
+
+  this.updateContext(prevType)
+}
+
+// ### Token reading
+
+// This is the function that is called to fetch the next token. It
+// is somewhat obscure, because it works in character codes rather
+// than characters, and because operator parsing has been inlined
+// into it.
+//
+// All in the name of speed.
+//
+pp.readToken_dot = function() {
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (next >= 48 && next <= 57) return this.readNumber(true)
+  let next2 = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 2)
+  if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && next === 46 && next2 === 46) { // 46 = dot '.'
+    this.pos += 3
+    return this.finishToken(tt.ellipsis)
+  } else {
+    ++this.pos
+    return this.finishToken(tt.dot)
+  }
+}
+
+pp.readToken_slash = function() { // '/'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (this.exprAllowed) {++this.pos; return this.readRegexp();}
+  if (next === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.assign, 2)
+  return this.finishOp(tt.slash, 1)
+}
+
+pp.readToken_mult_modulo = function(code) { // '%*'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (next === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.assign, 2)
+  return this.finishOp(code === 42 ? tt.star : tt.modulo, 1)
+}
+
+pp.readToken_pipe_amp = function(code) { // '|&'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (next === code) return this.finishOp(code === 124 ? tt.logicalOR : tt.logicalAND, 2)
+  if (next === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.assign, 2)
+  return this.finishOp(code === 124 ? tt.bitwiseOR : tt.bitwiseAND, 1)
+}
+
+pp.readToken_caret = function() { // '^'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (next === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.assign, 2)
+  return this.finishOp(tt.bitwiseXOR, 1)
+}
+
+pp.readToken_plus_min = function(code) { // '+-'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (next === code) {
+    if (next == 45 && this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 2) == 62 &&
+        lineBreak.test(this.input.slice(this.lastTokEnd, this.pos))) {
+      // A `-->` line comment
+      this.skipLineComment(3)
+      this.skipSpace()
+      return this.nextToken()
+    }
+    return this.finishOp(tt.incDec, 2)
+  }
+  if (next === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.assign, 2)
+  return this.finishOp(tt.plusMin, 1)
+}
+
+pp.readToken_lt_gt = function(code) { // '<>'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  let size = 1
+  if (next === code) {
+    size = code === 62 && this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 2) === 62 ? 3 : 2
+    if (this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + size) === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.assign, size + 1)
+    return this.finishOp(tt.bitShift, size)
+  }
+  if (next == 33 && code == 60 && this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 2) == 45 &&
+      this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 3) == 45) {
+    if (this.inModule) unexpected()
+    // `<!--`, an XML-style comment that should be interpreted as a line comment
+    this.skipLineComment(4)
+    this.skipSpace()
+    return this.nextToken()
+  }
+  if (next === 61)
+    size = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 2) === 61 ? 3 : 2
+  return this.finishOp(tt.relational, size)
+}
+
+pp.readToken_eq_excl = function(code) { // '=!'
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+  if (next === 61) return this.finishOp(tt.equality, this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 2) === 61 ? 3 : 2)
+  if (code === 61 && next === 62 && this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) { // '=>'
+    this.pos += 2
+    return this.finishToken(tt.arrow)
+  }
+  return this.finishOp(code === 61 ? tt.eq : tt.prefix, 1)
+}
+
+pp.getTokenFromCode = function(code) {
+  switch (code) {
+    // The interpretation of a dot depends on whether it is followed
+    // by a digit or another two dots.
+  case 46: // '.'
+    return this.readToken_dot()
+
+    // Punctuation tokens.
+  case 40: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.parenL)
+  case 41: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.parenR)
+  case 59: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.semi)
+  case 44: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.comma)
+  case 91: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.bracketL)
+  case 93: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.bracketR)
+  case 123: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.braceL)
+  case 125: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.braceR)
+  case 58: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.colon)
+  case 63: ++this.pos; return this.finishToken(tt.question)
+
+  case 96: // '`'
+    if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 6) break
+    ++this.pos
+    return this.finishToken(tt.backQuote)
+
+  case 48: // '0'
+    let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1)
+    if (next === 120 || next === 88) return this.readRadixNumber(16); // '0x', '0X' - hex number
+    if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      if (next === 111 || next === 79) return this.readRadixNumber(8); // '0o', '0O' - octal number
+      if (next === 98 || next === 66) return this.readRadixNumber(2); // '0b', '0B' - binary number
+    }
+    // Anything else beginning with a digit is an integer, octal
+    // number, or float.
+  case 49: case 50: case 51: case 52: case 53: case 54: case 55: case 56: case 57: // 1-9
+    return this.readNumber(false)
+
+    // Quotes produce strings.
+  case 34: case 39: // '"', "'"
+    return this.readString(code)
+
+    // Operators are parsed inline in tiny state machines. '=' (61) is
+    // often referred to. `finishOp` simply skips the amount of
+    // characters it is given as second argument, and returns a token
+    // of the type given by its first argument.
+
+  case 47: // '/'
+    return this.readToken_slash()
+
+  case 37: case 42: // '%*'
+    return this.readToken_mult_modulo(code)
+
+  case 124: case 38: // '|&'
+    return this.readToken_pipe_amp(code)
+
+  case 94: // '^'
+    return this.readToken_caret()
+
+  case 43: case 45: // '+-'
+    return this.readToken_plus_min(code)
+
+  case 60: case 62: // '<>'
+    return this.readToken_lt_gt(code)
+
+  case 61: case 33: // '=!'
+    return this.readToken_eq_excl(code)
+
+  case 126: // '~'
+    return this.finishOp(tt.prefix, 1)
+  }
+
+  this.raise(this.pos, "Unexpected character '" + codePointToString(code) + "'")
+}
+
+pp.finishOp = function(type, size) {
+  let str = this.input.slice(this.pos, this.pos + size)
+  this.pos += size
+  return this.finishToken(type, str)
+}
+
+var regexpUnicodeSupport = false
+try { new RegExp("\uffff", "u"); regexpUnicodeSupport = true }
+catch(e) {}
+
+// Parse a regular expression. Some context-awareness is necessary,
+// since a '/' inside a '[]' set does not end the expression.
+
+pp.readRegexp = function() {
+  let escaped, inClass, start = this.pos
+  for (;;) {
+    if (this.pos >= this.input.length) this.raise(start, "Unterminated regular expression")
+    let ch = this.input.charAt(this.pos)
+    if (lineBreak.test(ch)) this.raise(start, "Unterminated regular expression")
+    if (!escaped) {
+      if (ch === "[") inClass = true
+      else if (ch === "]" && inClass) inClass = false
+      else if (ch === "/" && !inClass) break
+      escaped = ch === "\\"
+    } else escaped = false
+    ++this.pos
+  }
+  let content = this.input.slice(start, this.pos)
+  ++this.pos
+  // Need to use `readWord1` because '\uXXXX' sequences are allowed
+  // here (don't ask).
+  let mods = this.readWord1()
+  let tmp = content
+  if (mods) {
+    let validFlags = /^[gmsiy]*$/
+    if (this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6) validFlags = /^[gmsiyu]*$/
+    if (!validFlags.test(mods)) this.raise(start, "Invalid regular expression flag")
+    if (mods.indexOf('u') >= 0 && !regexpUnicodeSupport) {
+      // Replace each astral symbol and every Unicode escape sequence that
+      // possibly represents an astral symbol or a paired surrogate with a
+      // single ASCII symbol to avoid throwing on regular expressions that
+      // are only valid in combination with the `/u` flag.
+      // Note: replacing with the ASCII symbol `x` might cause false
+      // negatives in unlikely scenarios. For example, `[\u{61}-b]` is a
+      // perfectly valid pattern that is equivalent to `[a-b]`, but it would
+      // be replaced by `[x-b]` which throws an error.
+      tmp = tmp.replace(/\\u([a-fA-F0-9]{4})|\\u\{([0-9a-fA-F]+)\}|[\uD800-\uDBFF][\uDC00-\uDFFF]/g, "x")
+    }
+  }
+  // Detect invalid regular expressions.
+  try {
+    new RegExp(tmp)
+  } catch (e) {
+    if (e instanceof SyntaxError) this.raise(start, "Error parsing regular expression: " + e.message)
+    this.raise(e)
+  }
+  // Get a regular expression object for this pattern-flag pair, or `null` in
+  // case the current environment doesn't support the flags it uses.
+  let value
+  try {
+    value = new RegExp(content, mods)
+  } catch (err) {
+    value = null
+  }
+  return this.finishToken(tt.regexp, {pattern: content, flags: mods, value: value})
+}
+
+// Read an integer in the given radix. Return null if zero digits
+// were read, the integer value otherwise. When `len` is given, this
+// will return `null` unless the integer has exactly `len` digits.
+
+pp.readInt = function(radix, len) {
+  let start = this.pos, total = 0
+  for (let i = 0, e = len == null ? Infinity : len; i < e; ++i) {
+    let code = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos), val
+    if (code >= 97) val = code - 97 + 10; // a
+    else if (code >= 65) val = code - 65 + 10; // A
+    else if (code >= 48 && code <= 57) val = code - 48; // 0-9
+    else val = Infinity
+    if (val >= radix) break
+    ++this.pos
+    total = total * radix + val
+  }
+  if (this.pos === start || len != null && this.pos - start !== len) return null
+
+  return total
+}
+
+pp.readRadixNumber = function(radix) {
+  this.pos += 2; // 0x
+  let val = this.readInt(radix)
+  if (val == null) this.raise(this.start + 2, "Expected number in radix " + radix)
+  if (isIdentifierStart(this.fullCharCodeAtPos())) this.raise(this.pos, "Identifier directly after number")
+  return this.finishToken(tt.num, val)
+}
+
+// Read an integer, octal integer, or floating-point number.
+
+pp.readNumber = function(startsWithDot) {
+  let start = this.pos, isFloat = false, octal = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos) === 48
+  if (!startsWithDot && this.readInt(10) === null) this.raise(start, "Invalid number")
+  if (this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos) === 46) {
+    ++this.pos
+    this.readInt(10)
+    isFloat = true
+  }
+  let next = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+  if (next === 69 || next === 101) { // 'eE'
+    next = this.input.charCodeAt(++this.pos)
+    if (next === 43 || next === 45) ++this.pos; // '+-'
+    if (this.readInt(10) === null) this.raise(start, "Invalid number")
+    isFloat = true
+  }
+  if (isIdentifierStart(this.fullCharCodeAtPos())) this.raise(this.pos, "Identifier directly after number")
+
+  let str = this.input.slice(start, this.pos), val
+  if (isFloat) val = parseFloat(str)
+  else if (!octal || str.length === 1) val = parseInt(str, 10)
+  else if (/[89]/.test(str) || this.strict) this.raise(start, "Invalid number")
+  else val = parseInt(str, 8)
+  return this.finishToken(tt.num, val)
+}
+
+// Read a string value, interpreting backslash-escapes.
+
+pp.readCodePoint = function() {
+  let ch = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos), code
+
+  if (ch === 123) {
+    if (this.options.ecmaVersion < 6) this.unexpected()
+    ++this.pos
+    code = this.readHexChar(this.input.indexOf('}', this.pos) - this.pos)
+    ++this.pos
+    if (code > 0x10FFFF) this.unexpected()
+  } else {
+    code = this.readHexChar(4)
+  }
+  return code
+}
+
+function codePointToString(code) {
+  // UTF-16 Decoding
+  if (code <= 0xFFFF) return String.fromCharCode(code)
+  return String.fromCharCode(((code - 0x10000) >> 10) + 0xD800,
+                             ((code - 0x10000) & 1023) + 0xDC00)
+}
+
+pp.readString = function(quote) {
+  let out = "", chunkStart = ++this.pos
+  for (;;) {
+    if (this.pos >= this.input.length) this.raise(this.start, "Unterminated string constant")
+    let ch = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+    if (ch === quote) break
+    if (ch === 92) { // '\'
+      out += this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos)
+      out += this.readEscapedChar()
+      chunkStart = this.pos
+    } else {
+      if (isNewLine(ch)) this.raise(this.start, "Unterminated string constant")
+      ++this.pos
+    }
+  }
+  out += this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos++)
+  return this.finishToken(tt.string, out)
+}
+
+// Reads template string tokens.
+
+pp.readTmplToken = function() {
+  let out = "", chunkStart = this.pos
+  for (;;) {
+    if (this.pos >= this.input.length) this.raise(this.start, "Unterminated template")
+    let ch = this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos)
+    if (ch === 96 || ch === 36 && this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos + 1) === 123) { // '`', '${'
+      if (this.pos === this.start && this.type === tt.template) {
+        if (ch === 36) {
+          this.pos += 2
+          return this.finishToken(tt.dollarBraceL)
+        } else {
+          ++this.pos
+          return this.finishToken(tt.backQuote)
+        }
+      }
+      out += this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos)
+      return this.finishToken(tt.template, out)
+    }
+    if (ch === 92) { // '\'
+      out += this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos)
+      out += this.readEscapedChar()
+      chunkStart = this.pos
+    } else if (isNewLine(ch)) {
+      out += this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos)
+      ++this.pos
+      if (ch === 13 && this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos) === 10) {
+        ++this.pos
+        out += "\n"
+      } else {
+        out += String.fromCharCode(ch)
+      }
+      if (this.options.locations) {
+        ++this.curLine
+        this.lineStart = this.pos
+      }
+      chunkStart = this.pos
+    } else {
+      ++this.pos
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+// Used to read escaped characters
+
+pp.readEscapedChar = function() {
+  let ch = this.input.charCodeAt(++this.pos)
+  let octal = /^[0-7]+/.exec(this.input.slice(this.pos, this.pos + 3))
+  if (octal) octal = octal[0]
+  while (octal && parseInt(octal, 8) > 255) octal = octal.slice(0, -1)
+  if (octal === "0") octal = null
+  ++this.pos
+  if (octal) {
+    if (this.strict) this.raise(this.pos - 2, "Octal literal in strict mode")
+    this.pos += octal.length - 1
+    return String.fromCharCode(parseInt(octal, 8))
+  } else {
+    switch (ch) {
+    case 110: return "\n"; // 'n' -> '\n'
+    case 114: return "\r"; // 'r' -> '\r'
+    case 120: return String.fromCharCode(this.readHexChar(2)); // 'x'
+    case 117: return codePointToString(this.readCodePoint()); // 'u'
+    case 116: return "\t"; // 't' -> '\t'
+    case 98: return "\b"; // 'b' -> '\b'
+    case 118: return "\u000b"; // 'v' -> '\u000b'
+    case 102: return "\f"; // 'f' -> '\f'
+    case 48: return "\0"; // 0 -> '\0'
+    case 13: if (this.input.charCodeAt(this.pos) === 10) ++this.pos; // '\r\n'
+    case 10: // ' \n'
+      if (this.options.locations) { this.lineStart = this.pos; ++this.curLine }
+      return ""
+    default: return String.fromCharCode(ch)
+    }
+  }
+}
+
+// Used to read character escape sequences ('\x', '\u', '\U').
+
+pp.readHexChar = function(len) {
+  let n = this.readInt(16, len)
+  if (n === null) this.raise(this.start, "Bad character escape sequence")
+  return n
+}
+
+// Used to signal to callers of `readWord1` whether the word
+// contained any escape sequences. This is needed because words with
+// escape sequences must not be interpreted as keywords.
+
+var containsEsc
+
+// Read an identifier, and return it as a string. Sets `containsEsc`
+// to whether the word contained a '\u' escape.
+//
+// Incrementally adds only escaped chars, adding other chunks as-is
+// as a micro-optimization.
+
+pp.readWord1 = function() {
+  containsEsc = false
+  let word = "", first = true, chunkStart = this.pos
+  let astral = this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6
+  while (this.pos < this.input.length) {
+    let ch = this.fullCharCodeAtPos()
+    if (isIdentifierChar(ch, astral)) {
+      this.pos += ch <= 0xffff ? 1 : 2
+    } else if (ch === 92) { // "\"
+      containsEsc = true
+      word += this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos)
+      let escStart = this.pos
+      if (this.input.charCodeAt(++this.pos) != 117) // "u"
+        this.raise(this.pos, "Expecting Unicode escape sequence \\uXXXX")
+      ++this.pos
+      let esc = this.readCodePoint()
+      if (!(first ? isIdentifierStart : isIdentifierChar)(esc, astral))
+        this.raise(escStart, "Invalid Unicode escape")
+      word += codePointToString(esc)
+      chunkStart = this.pos
+    } else {
+      break
+    }
+    first = false
+  }
+  return word + this.input.slice(chunkStart, this.pos)
+}
+
+// Read an identifier or keyword token. Will check for reserved
+// words when necessary.
+
+pp.readWord = function() {
+  let word = this.readWord1()
+  let type = tt.name
+  if ((this.options.ecmaVersion >= 6 || !containsEsc) && this.isKeyword(word))
+    type = keywordTypes[word]
+  return this.finishToken(type, word)
+}

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+// ## Token types
+
+// The assignment of fine-grained, information-carrying type objects
+// allows the tokenizer to store the information it has about a
+// token in a way that is very cheap for the parser to look up.
+
+// All token type variables start with an underscore, to make them
+// easy to recognize.
+
+// The `beforeExpr` property is used to disambiguate between regular
+// expressions and divisions. It is set on all token types that can
+// be followed by an expression (thus, a slash after them would be a
+// regular expression).
+//
+// `isLoop` marks a keyword as starting a loop, which is important
+// to know when parsing a label, in order to allow or disallow
+// continue jumps to that label.
+
+export class TokenType {
+  constructor(label, conf = {}) {
+    this.label = label
+    this.keyword = conf.keyword
+    this.beforeExpr = !!conf.beforeExpr
+    this.startsExpr = !!conf.startsExpr
+    this.isLoop = !!conf.isLoop
+    this.isAssign = !!conf.isAssign
+    this.prefix = !!conf.prefix
+    this.postfix = !!conf.postfix
+    this.binop = conf.binop || null
+    this.updateContext = null
+  }
+}
+
+function binop(name, prec) {
+  return new TokenType(name, {beforeExpr: true, binop: prec})
+}
+const beforeExpr = {beforeExpr: true}, startsExpr = {startsExpr: true}
+
+export const types = {
+  num: new TokenType("num", startsExpr),
+  regexp: new TokenType("regexp", startsExpr),
+  string: new TokenType("string", startsExpr),
+  name: new TokenType("name", startsExpr),
+  eof: new TokenType("eof"),
+
+  // Punctuation token types.
+  bracketL: new TokenType("[", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
+  bracketR: new TokenType("]"),
+  braceL: new TokenType("{", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
+  braceR: new TokenType("}"),
+  parenL: new TokenType("(", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
+  parenR: new TokenType(")"),
+  comma: new TokenType(",", beforeExpr),
+  semi: new TokenType(";", beforeExpr),
+  colon: new TokenType(":", beforeExpr),
+  dot: new TokenType("."),
+  question: new TokenType("?", beforeExpr),
+  arrow: new TokenType("=>", beforeExpr),
+  template: new TokenType("template"),
+  ellipsis: new TokenType("...", beforeExpr),
+  backQuote: new TokenType("`", startsExpr),
+  dollarBraceL: new TokenType("${", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true}),
+
+  // Operators. These carry several kinds of properties to help the
+  // parser use them properly (the presence of these properties is
+  // what categorizes them as operators).
+  //
+  // `binop`, when present, specifies that this operator is a binary
+  // operator, and will refer to its precedence.
+  //
+  // `prefix` and `postfix` mark the operator as a prefix or postfix
+  // unary operator.
+  //
+  // `isAssign` marks all of `=`, `+=`, `-=` etcetera, which act as
+  // binary operators with a very low precedence, that should result
+  // in AssignmentExpression nodes.
+
+  eq: new TokenType("=", {beforeExpr: true, isAssign: true}),
+  assign: new TokenType("_=", {beforeExpr: true, isAssign: true}),
+  incDec: new TokenType("++/--", {prefix: true, postfix: true, startsExpr: true}),
+  prefix: new TokenType("prefix", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true}),
+  logicalOR: binop("||", 1),
+  logicalAND: binop("&&", 2),
+  bitwiseOR: binop("|", 3),
+  bitwiseXOR: binop("^", 4),
+  bitwiseAND: binop("&", 5),
+  equality: binop("==/!=", 6),
+  relational: binop("</>", 7),
+  bitShift: binop("<</>>", 8),
+  plusMin: new TokenType("+/-", {beforeExpr: true, binop: 9, prefix: true, startsExpr: true}),
+  modulo: binop("%", 10),
+  star: binop("*", 10),
+  slash: binop("/", 10)
+}
+
+// Map keyword names to token types.
+
+export const keywords = {}
+
+// Succinct definitions of keyword token types
+function kw(name, options = {}) {
+  options.keyword = name
+  keywords[name] = types["_" + name] = new TokenType(name, options)
+}
+
+kw("break")
+kw("case", beforeExpr)
+kw("catch")
+kw("continue")
+kw("debugger")
+kw("default")
+kw("do", {isLoop: true})
+kw("else", beforeExpr)
+kw("finally")
+kw("for", {isLoop: true})
+kw("function")
+kw("if")
+kw("return", beforeExpr)
+kw("switch")
+kw("throw", beforeExpr)
+kw("try")
+kw("var")
+kw("let")
+kw("const")
+kw("while", {isLoop: true})
+kw("with")
+kw("new", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true})
+kw("this", startsExpr)
+kw("super", startsExpr)
+kw("class")
+kw("extends", beforeExpr)
+kw("export")
+kw("import")
+kw("yield", {beforeExpr: true, startsExpr: true})
+kw("null", startsExpr)
+kw("true", startsExpr)
+kw("false", startsExpr)
+kw("in", {beforeExpr: true, binop: 7})
+kw("instanceof", {beforeExpr: true, binop: 7})
+kw("typeof", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true})
+kw("void", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true})
+kw("delete", {beforeExpr: true, prefix: true, startsExpr: true})

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+export function isArray(obj) {
+  return Object.prototype.toString.call(obj) === "[object Array]"
+}
+
+// Checks if an object has a property.
+
+export function has(obj, propName) {
+  return Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(obj, propName)
+}

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+// AST walker module for Mozilla Parser API compatible trees
+
+// A simple walk is one where you simply specify callbacks to be
+// called on specific nodes. The last two arguments are optional. A
+// simple use would be
+//
+//     walk.simple(myTree, {
+//         Expression: function(node) { ... }
+//     });
+//
+// to do something with all expressions. All Parser API node types
+// can be used to identify node types, as well as Expression,
+// Statement, and ScopeBody, which denote categories of nodes.
+//
+// The base argument can be used to pass a custom (recursive)
+// walker, and state can be used to give this walked an initial
+// state.
+
+export function simple(node, visitors, base, state) {
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+    let type = override || node.type, found = visitors[type]
+    base[type](node, st, c)
+    if (found) found(node, st)
+  })(node, state)
+}
+
+// An ancestor walk builds up an array of ancestor nodes (including
+// the current node) and passes them to the callback as the state parameter.
+export function ancestor(node, visitors, base, state) {
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  if (!state) state = []
+  ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+    let type = override || node.type, found = visitors[type]
+    if (node != st[st.length - 1]) {
+      st = st.slice()
+      st.push(node)
+    }
+    base[type](node, st, c)
+    if (found) found(node, st)
+  })(node, state)
+}
+
+// A recursive walk is one where your functions override the default
+// walkers. They can modify and replace the state parameter that's
+// threaded through the walk, and can opt how and whether to walk
+// their child nodes (by calling their third argument on these
+// nodes).
+export function recursive(node, state, funcs, base) {
+  let visitor = funcs ? exports.make(funcs, base) : base
+  ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+    visitor[override || node.type](node, st, c)
+  })(node, state)
+}
+
+function makeTest(test) {
+  if (typeof test == "string")
+    return type => type == test
+  else if (!test)
+    return () => true
+  else
+    return test
+}
+
+class Found {
+  constructor(node, state) { this.node = node; this.state = state }
+}
+
+// Find a node with a given start, end, and type (all are optional,
+// null can be used as wildcard). Returns a {node, state} object, or
+// undefined when it doesn't find a matching node.
+export function findNodeAt(node, start, end, test, base, state) {
+  test = makeTest(test)
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  try {
+    ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+      let type = override || node.type
+      if ((start == null || node.start <= start) &&
+          (end == null || node.end >= end))
+        base[type](node, st, c)
+      if (test(type, node) &&
+          (start == null || node.start == start) &&
+          (end == null || node.end == end))
+        throw new Found(node, st)
+    })(node, state)
+  } catch (e) {
+    if (e instanceof Found) return e
+    throw e
+  }
+}
+
+// Find the innermost node of a given type that contains the given
+// position. Interface similar to findNodeAt.
+export function findNodeAround(node, pos, test, base, state) {
+  test = makeTest(test)
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  try {
+    ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+      let type = override || node.type
+      if (node.start > pos || node.end < pos) return
+      base[type](node, st, c)
+      if (test(type, node)) throw new Found(node, st)
+    })(node, state)
+  } catch (e) {
+    if (e instanceof Found) return e
+    throw e
+  }
+}
+
+// Find the outermost matching node after a given position.
+export function findNodeAfter(node, pos, test, base, state) {
+  test = makeTest(test)
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  try {
+    ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+      if (node.end < pos) return
+      let type = override || node.type
+      if (node.start >= pos && test(type, node)) throw new Found(node, st)
+      base[type](node, st, c)
+    })(node, state)
+  } catch (e) {
+    if (e instanceof Found) return e
+    throw e
+  }
+}
+
+// Find the outermost matching node before a given position.
+export function findNodeBefore(node, pos, test, base, state) {
+  test = makeTest(test)
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  let max
+  ;(function c(node, st, override) {
+    if (node.start > pos) return
+    let type = override || node.type
+    if (node.end <= pos && (!max || max.node.end < node.end) && test(type, node))
+      max = new Found(node, st)
+    base[type](node, st, c)
+  })(node, state)
+  return max
+}
+
+// Used to create a custom walker. Will fill in all missing node
+// type properties with the defaults.
+export function make(funcs, base) {
+  if (!base) base = exports.base
+  let visitor = {}
+  for (var type in base) visitor[type] = base[type]
+  for (var type in funcs) visitor[type] = funcs[type]
+  return visitor
+}
+
+function skipThrough(node, st, c) { c(node, st) }
+function ignore(_node, _st, _c) {}
+
+// Node walkers.
+
+export const base = {}
+
+base.Program = base.BlockStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.body.length; ++i)
+    c(node.body[i], st, "Statement")
+}
+base.Statement = skipThrough
+base.EmptyStatement = ignore
+base.ExpressionStatement = base.ParenthesizedExpression =
+  (node, st, c) => c(node.expression, st, "Expression")
+base.IfStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.test, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.consequent, st, "Statement")
+  if (node.alternate) c(node.alternate, st, "Statement")
+}
+base.LabeledStatement = (node, st, c) => c(node.body, st, "Statement")
+base.BreakStatement = base.ContinueStatement = ignore
+base.WithStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.object, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.body, st, "Statement")
+}
+base.SwitchStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.discriminant, st, "Expression")
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.cases.length; ++i) {
+    let cs = node.cases[i]
+    if (cs.test) c(cs.test, st, "Expression")
+    for (let j = 0; j < cs.consequent.length; ++j)
+      c(cs.consequent[j], st, "Statement")
+  }
+}
+base.ReturnStatement = base.YieldExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  if (node.argument) c(node.argument, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.ThrowStatement = base.SpreadElement = base.RestElement =
+  (node, st, c) => c(node.argument, st, "Expression")
+base.TryStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.block, st, "Statement")
+  if (node.handler) c(node.handler.body, st, "ScopeBody")
+  if (node.finalizer) c(node.finalizer, st, "Statement")
+}
+base.WhileStatement = base.DoWhileStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.test, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.body, st, "Statement")
+}
+base.ForStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  if (node.init) c(node.init, st, "ForInit")
+  if (node.test) c(node.test, st, "Expression")
+  if (node.update) c(node.update, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.body, st, "Statement")
+}
+base.ForInStatement = base.ForOfStatement = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.left, st, "ForInit")
+  c(node.right, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.body, st, "Statement")
+}
+base.ForInit = (node, st, c) => {
+  if (node.type == "VariableDeclaration") c(node, st)
+  else c(node, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.DebuggerStatement = ignore
+
+base.FunctionDeclaration = (node, st, c) => c(node, st, "Function")
+base.VariableDeclaration = (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.declarations.length; ++i) {
+    let decl = node.declarations[i]
+    if (decl.init) c(decl.init, st, "Expression")
+  }
+}
+
+base.Function = (node, st, c) => c(node.body, st, "ScopeBody")
+base.ScopeBody = (node, st, c) => c(node, st, "Statement")
+
+base.Expression = skipThrough
+base.ThisExpression = base.Super = base.MetaProperty = ignore
+base.ArrayExpression = base.ArrayPattern =  (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.elements.length; ++i) {
+    let elt = node.elements[i]
+    if (elt) c(elt, st, "Expression")
+  }
+}
+base.ObjectExpression = base.ObjectPattern = (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.properties.length; ++i)
+    c(node.properties[i], st)
+}
+base.FunctionExpression = base.ArrowFunctionExpression = base.FunctionDeclaration
+base.SequenceExpression = base.TemplateLiteral = (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.expressions.length; ++i)
+    c(node.expressions[i], st, "Expression")
+}
+base.UnaryExpression = base.UpdateExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.argument, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.BinaryExpression = base.AssignmentExpression = base.AssignmentPattern = base.LogicalExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.left, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.right, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.ConditionalExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.test, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.consequent, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.alternate, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.NewExpression = base.CallExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.callee, st, "Expression")
+  if (node.arguments) for (let i = 0; i < node.arguments.length; ++i)
+    c(node.arguments[i], st, "Expression")
+}
+base.MemberExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.object, st, "Expression")
+  if (node.computed) c(node.property, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.ExportNamedDeclaration = base.ExportDefaultDeclaration = (node, st, c) => c(node.declaration, st)
+base.ImportDeclaration = (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.specifiers.length; i++)
+    c(node.specifiers[i], st)
+}
+base.ImportSpecifier = base.ImportDefaultSpecifier = base.ImportNamespaceSpecifier = base.Identifier = base.Literal = ignore
+
+base.TaggedTemplateExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  c(node.tag, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.quasi, st)
+}
+base.ClassDeclaration = base.ClassExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  if (node.superClass) c(node.superClass, st, "Expression")
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.body.body.length; i++)
+    c(node.body.body[i], st)
+}
+base.MethodDefinition = base.Property = (node, st, c) => {
+  if (node.computed) c(node.key, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.value, st, "Expression")
+}
+base.ComprehensionExpression = (node, st, c) => {
+  for (let i = 0; i < node.blocks.length; i++)
+    c(node.blocks[i].right, st, "Expression")
+  c(node.body, st, "Expression")
+}

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+// Matches a whole line break (where CRLF is considered a single
+// line break). Used to count lines.
+
+export const lineBreak = /\r\n?|\n|\u2028|\u2029/
+export const lineBreakG = new RegExp(lineBreak.source, "g")
+
+export function isNewLine(code) {
+  return code === 10 || code === 13 || code === 0x2028 || code == 0x2029
+}
+
+export const nonASCIIwhitespace = /[\u1680\u180e\u2000-\u200a\u202f\u205f\u3000\ufeff]/
+

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+{
+  "name": "acorn-globals",
+  "version": "1.0.4",
+  "description": "Detect global variables in JavaScript using acorn",
+  "keywords": [
+    "ast",
+    "variable",
+    "name",
+    "lexical",
+    "scope",
+    "local",
+    "global",
+    "implicit"
+  ],
+  "files": [
+    "index.js",
+    "LICENSE"
+  ],
+  "dependencies": {
+    "acorn": "^1.0.1"
+  },
+  "devDependencies": {
+    "testit": "^1.2.0"
+  },
+  "scripts": {
+    "test": "node test"
+  },
+  "repository": {
+    "type": "git",
+    "url": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals.git"
+  },
+  "author": {
+    "name": "ForbesLindesay"
+  },
+  "license": "MIT",
+  "gitHead": "4ad8a64daa0e4028ce0d1596dbceec26b433235c",
+  "bugs": {
+    "url": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals/issues"
+  },
+  "homepage": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals",
+  "_id": "acorn-globals@1.0.4",
+  "_shasum": "4e8528e724b4fa24ba553ad479c4c78589afbfcf",
+  "_from": "acorn-globals@>=1.0.0 <2.0.0",
+  "_npmVersion": "2.7.1",
+  "_nodeVersion": "1.6.2",
+  "_npmUser": {
+    "name": "forbeslindesay",
+    "email": "forbes@lindesay.co.uk"
+  },
+  "maintainers": [
+    {
+      "name": "forbeslindesay",
+      "email": "forbes@lindeay.co.uk"
+    }
+  ],
+  "dist": {
+    "shasum": "4e8528e724b4fa24ba553ad479c4c78589afbfcf",
+    "tarball": "http://registry.npmjs.org/acorn-globals/-/acorn-globals-1.0.4.tgz"
+  },
+  "directories": {},
+  "_resolved": "https://registry.npmjs.org/acorn-globals/-/acorn-globals-1.0.4.tgz"
+}

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+{
+  "name": "constantinople",
+  "version": "3.0.1",
+  "description": "Determine whether a JavaScript expression evaluates to a constant (using UglifyJS)",
+  "keywords": [],
+  "dependencies": {
+    "acorn-globals": "^1.0.0"
+  },
+  "devDependencies": {
+    "mocha": "*"
+  },
+  "scripts": {
+    "test": "mocha -R spec"
+  },
+  "repository": {
+    "type": "git",
+    "url": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/constantinople.git"
+  },
+  "author": {
+    "name": "ForbesLindesay"
+  },
+  "license": "MIT",
+  "gitHead": "ed3597688b01f666ec716108bf7c348338ef14af",
+  "bugs": {
+    "url": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/constantinople/issues"
+  },
+  "homepage": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/constantinople",
+  "_id": "constantinople@3.0.1",
+  "_shasum": "1ddf9deac0d14c4367c1d5b3f16fb2763f123108",
+  "_from": "constantinople@>=3.0.1 <3.1.0",
+  "_npmVersion": "1.4.21",
+  "_npmUser": {
+    "name": "forbeslindesay",
+    "email": "forbes@lindeay.co.uk"
+  },
+  "maintainers": [
+    {
+      "name": "forbeslindesay",
+      "email": "forbes@lindesay.co.uk"
+    }
+  ],
+  "dist": {
+    "shasum": "1ddf9deac0d14c4367c1d5b3f16fb2763f123108",
+    "tarball": "http://registry.npmjs.org/constantinople/-/constantinople-3.0.1.tgz"
+  },
+  "directories": {},
+  "_resolved": "https://registry.npmjs.org/constantinople/-/constantinople-3.0.1.tgz"
+}

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+'use strict'
+
+var assert = require('assert')
+var constaninople = require('../')
+
+describe('isConstant(src)', function () {
+  it('handles "[5 + 3 + 10]"', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('[5 + 3 + 10]') === true)
+  })
+  it('handles "/[a-z]/.test(\'a\')"', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('/[a-z]/.test(\'a\')') === true)
+  })
+  it('handles "{\'class\': [(\'data\')]}"', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('{\'class\': [(\'data\')]}') === true)
+  })
+  it('handles "Math.random()"', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('Math.random()') === false)
+  })
+  it('handles "Math.random("', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('Math.random(') === false)
+  })
+  it('handles "Math.floor(10.5)" with {Math: Math} as constants', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('Math.floor(10.5)', {Math: Math}) === true)
+  })
+  it('handles "this.myVar"', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.isConstant('this.myVar') === false)
+  })
+})
+
+
+describe('toConstant(src)', function () {
+  it('handles "[5 + 3 + 10]"', function () {
+    assert.deepEqual(constaninople.toConstant('[5 + 3 + 10]'), [5 + 3 + 10])
+  })
+  it('handles "/[a-z]/.test(\'a\')"', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.toConstant('/[a-z]/.test(\'a\')') === true)
+  })
+  it('handles "{\'class\': [(\'data\')]}"', function () {
+    assert.deepEqual(constaninople.toConstant('{\'class\': [(\'data\')]}'), {'class': ['data']})
+  })
+  it('handles "Math.random()"', function () {
+    try {
+      constaninople.toConstant('Math.random()')
+    } catch (ex) {
+      return
+    }
+    assert(false, 'Math.random() should result in an error')
+  })
+  it('handles "Math.random("', function () {
+    try {
+      constaninople.toConstant('Math.random(')
+    } catch (ex) {
+      return
+    }
+    assert(false, 'Math.random( should result in an error')
+  })
+  it('handles "Math.floor(10.5)" with {Math: Math} as constants', function () {
+    assert(constaninople.toConstant('Math.floor(10.5)', {Math: Math}) === 10)
+  })
+})

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+node_modules/
+npm-debug.log
\ No newline at end of file

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+language: node_js
+node_js:
+  - 0.6
+  - 0.8
+  - "0.10"

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+Copyright 2010 James Halliday (mail@substack.net)
+
+This project is free software released under the MIT/X11 license:
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
+THE SOFTWARE.

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+#!/usr/bin/env node
+
+var mkdirp = require('../');
+var minimist = require('minimist');
+var fs = require('fs');
+
+var argv = minimist(process.argv.slice(2), {
+    alias: { m: 'mode', h: 'help' },
+    string: [ 'mode' ]
+});
+if (argv.help) {
+    fs.createReadStream(__dirname + '/usage.txt').pipe(process.stdout);
+    return;
+}
+
+var paths = argv._.slice();
+var mode = argv.mode ? parseInt(argv.mode, 8) : undefined;
+
+(function next () {
+    if (paths.length === 0) return;
+    var p = paths.shift();
+    
+    if (mode === undefined) mkdirp(p, cb)
+    else mkdirp(p, mode, cb)
+    
+    function cb (err) {
+        if (err) {
+            console.error(err.message);
+            process.exit(1);
+        }
+        else next();
+    }
+})();

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+usage: mkdirp [DIR1,DIR2..] {OPTIONS}
+
+  Create each supplied directory including any necessary parent directories that
+  don't yet exist.
+  
+  If the directory already exists, do nothing.
+
+OPTIONS are:
+
+  -m, --mode   If a directory needs to be created, set the mode as an octal
+               permission string.
+

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+var mkdirp = require('mkdirp');
+
+mkdirp('/tmp/foo/bar/baz', function (err) {
+    if (err) console.error(err)
+    else console.log('pow!')
+});

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+var path = require('path');
+var fs = require('fs');
+
+module.exports = mkdirP.mkdirp = mkdirP.mkdirP = mkdirP;
+
+function mkdirP (p, opts, f, made) {
+    if (typeof opts === 'function') {
+        f = opts;
+        opts = {};
+    }
+    else if (!opts || typeof opts !== 'object') {
+        opts = { mode: opts };
+    }
+    
+    var mode = opts.mode;
+    var xfs = opts.fs || fs;
+    
+    if (mode === undefined) {
+        mode = 0777 & (~process.umask());
+    }
+    if (!made) made = null;
+    
+    var cb = f || function () {};
+    p = path.resolve(p);
+    
+    xfs.mkdir(p, mode, function (er) {
+        if (!er) {
+            made = made || p;
+            return cb(null, made);
+        }
+        switch (er.code) {
+            case 'ENOENT':
+                mkdirP(path.dirname(p), opts, function (er, made) {
+                    if (er) cb(er, made);
+                    else mkdirP(p, opts, cb, made);
+                });
+                break;
+
+            // In the case of any other error, just see if there's a dir
+            // there already.  If so, then hooray!  If not, then something
+            // is borked.
+            default:
+                xfs.stat(p, function (er2, stat) {
+                    // if the stat fails, then that's super weird.
+                    // let the original error be the failure reason.
+                    if (er2 || !stat.isDirectory()) cb(er, made)
+                    else cb(null, made);
+                });
+                break;
+        }
+    });
+}
+
+mkdirP.sync = function sync (p, opts, made) {
+    if (!opts || typeof opts !== 'object') {
+        opts = { mode: opts };
+    }
+    
+    var mode = opts.mode;
+    var xfs = opts.fs || fs;
+    
+    if (mode === undefined) {
+        mode = 0777 & (~process.umask());
+    }
+    if (!made) made = null;
+
+    p = path.resolve(p);
+
+    try {
+        xfs.mkdirSync(p, mode);
+        made = made || p;
+    }
+    catch (err0) {
+        switch (err0.code) {
+            case 'ENOENT' :
+                made = sync(path.dirname(p), opts, made);
+                sync(p, opts, made);
+                break;
+
+            // In the case of any other error, just see if there's a dir
+            // there already.  If so, then hooray!  If not, then something
+            // is borked.
+            default:
+                var stat;
+                try {
+                    stat = xfs.statSync(p);
+                }
+                catch (err1) {
+                    throw err0;
+                }
+                if (!stat.isDirectory()) throw err0;
+                break;
+        }
+    }
+
+    return made;
+};

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+language: node_js
+node_js:
+  - "0.8"
+  - "0.10"

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+This software is released under the MIT license:
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
+this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in
+the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
+use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of
+the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so,
+subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
+copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS
+FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR
+COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER
+IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN
+CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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+var argv = require('../')(process.argv.slice(2));
+console.dir(argv);


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