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/* Pretty printing styles. Used with prettify.js. */
.str { color: #2A00FF; }
.kwd { color: #7F0055; font-weight:bold; }
.com { color: #3F5FBF; }
.typ { color: #606; }
.lit { color: #066; }
.pun { color: #660; }
.pln { color: #000; }
.tag { color: #008; }
.atn { color: #606; }
.atv { color: #080; }
.dec { color: #606; }
// Copyright (C) 2006 Google Inc.
//
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
// you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
// You may obtain a copy of the License at
//
// http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
//
// Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
// distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
// WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
// See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
// limitations under the License.
/**
* @fileoverview
* some functions for browser-side pretty printing of code contained in html.
* <p>
*
* For a fairly comprehensive set of languages see the
* <a href="http://google-code-prettify.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/README.html#langs">README</a>
* file that came with this source. At a minimum, the lexer should work on a
* number of languages including C and friends, Java, Python, Bash, SQL, HTML,
* XML, CSS, Javascript, and Makefiles. It works passably on Ruby, PHP and Awk
* and a subset of Perl, but, because of commenting conventions, doesn't work on
* Smalltalk, Lisp-like, or CAML-like languages without an explicit lang class.
* <p>
* Usage: <ol>
* <li> include this source file in an html page via
* {@code <script type="text/javascript" src="/path/to/prettify.js"></script>}
* <li> define style rules. See the example page for examples.
* <li> mark the {@code <pre>} and {@code <code>} tags in your source with
* {@code class=prettyprint.}
* You can also use the (html deprecated) {@code <xmp>} tag, but the pretty
* printer needs to do more substantial DOM manipulations to support that, so
* some css styles may not be preserved.
* </ol>
* That's it. I wanted to keep the API as simple as possible, so there's no
* need to specify which language the code is in, but if you wish, you can add
* another class to the {@code <pre>} or {@code <code>} element to specify the
* language, as in {@code <pre class="prettyprint lang-java">}. Any class that
* starts with "lang-" followed by a file extension, specifies the file type.
* See the "lang-*.js" files in this directory for code that implements
* per-language file handlers.
* <p>
* Change log:<br>
* cbeust, 2006/08/22
* <blockquote>
* Java annotations (start with "@") are now captured as literals ("lit")
* </blockquote>
* @requires console
*/
// JSLint declarations
/*global console, document, navigator, setTimeout, window */
/**
* Split {@code prettyPrint} into multiple timeouts so as not to interfere with
* UI events.
* If set to {@code false}, {@code prettyPrint()} is synchronous.
*/
window['PR_SHOULD_USE_CONTINUATION'] = true;
/** the number of characters between tab columns */
window['PR_TAB_WIDTH'] = 8;
/** Walks the DOM returning a properly escaped version of innerHTML.
* @param {Node} node
* @param {Array.<string>} out output buffer that receives chunks of HTML.
*/
window['PR_normalizedHtml']
/** Contains functions for creating and registering new language handlers.
* @type {Object}
*/
= window['PR']
/** Pretty print a chunk of code.
*
* @param {string} sourceCodeHtml code as html
* @return {string} code as html, but prettier
*/
= window['prettyPrintOne']
/** Find all the {@code <pre>} and {@code <code>} tags in the DOM with
* {@code class=prettyprint} and prettify them.
* @param {Function?} opt_whenDone if specified, called when the last entry
* has been finished.
*/
= window['prettyPrint'] = void 0;
/** browser detection. @extern @returns false if not IE, otherwise the major version. */
window['_pr_isIE6'] = function () {
var ieVersion = navigator && navigator.userAgent &&
navigator.userAgent.match(/\bMSIE ([678])\./);
ieVersion = ieVersion ? +ieVersion[1] : false;
window['_pr_isIE6'] = function () { return ieVersion; };
return ieVersion;
};
(function () {
// Keyword lists for various languages.
var FLOW_CONTROL_KEYWORDS =
"break continue do else for if return while ";
var C_KEYWORDS = FLOW_CONTROL_KEYWORDS + "auto case char const default " +
"double enum extern float goto int long register short signed sizeof " +
"static struct switch typedef union unsigned void volatile ";
var COMMON_KEYWORDS = C_KEYWORDS + "catch class delete false import " +
"new operator private protected public this throw true try typeof ";
var CPP_KEYWORDS = COMMON_KEYWORDS + "alignof align_union asm axiom bool " +
"concept concept_map const_cast constexpr decltype " +
"dynamic_cast explicit export friend inline late_check " +
"mutable namespace nullptr reinterpret_cast static_assert static_cast " +
"template typeid typename using virtual wchar_t where ";
var JAVA_KEYWORDS = COMMON_KEYWORDS +
"abstract boolean byte extends final finally implements import " +
"instanceof null native package strictfp super synchronized throws " +
"transient ";
var CSHARP_KEYWORDS = JAVA_KEYWORDS +
"as base by checked decimal delegate descending event " +
"fixed foreach from group implicit in interface internal into is lock " +
"object out override orderby params partial readonly ref sbyte sealed " +
"stackalloc string select uint ulong unchecked unsafe ushort var ";
var JSCRIPT_KEYWORDS = COMMON_KEYWORDS +
"debugger eval export function get null set undefined var with " +
"Infinity NaN ";
var PERL_KEYWORDS = "caller delete die do dump elsif eval exit foreach for " +
"goto if import last local my next no our print package redo require " +
"sub undef unless until use wantarray while BEGIN END ";
var PYTHON_KEYWORDS = FLOW_CONTROL_KEYWORDS + "and as assert class def del " +
"elif except exec finally from global import in is lambda " +
"nonlocal not or pass print raise try with yield " +
"False True None ";
var RUBY_KEYWORDS = FLOW_CONTROL_KEYWORDS + "alias and begin case class def" +
" defined elsif end ensure false in module next nil not or redo rescue " +
"retry self super then true undef unless until when yield BEGIN END ";
var SH_KEYWORDS = FLOW_CONTROL_KEYWORDS + "case done elif esac eval fi " +
"function in local set then until ";
var ALL_KEYWORDS = (
CPP_KEYWORDS + CSHARP_KEYWORDS + JSCRIPT_KEYWORDS + PERL_KEYWORDS +
PYTHON_KEYWORDS + RUBY_KEYWORDS + SH_KEYWORDS);
// token style names. correspond to css classes
/** token style for a string literal */
var PR_STRING = 'str';
/** token style for a keyword */
var PR_KEYWORD = 'kwd';
/** token style for a comment */
var PR_COMMENT = 'com';
/** token style for a type */
var PR_TYPE = 'typ';
/** token style for a literal value. e.g. 1, null, true. */
var PR_LITERAL = 'lit';
/** token style for a punctuation string. */
var PR_PUNCTUATION = 'pun';
/** token style for a punctuation string. */
var PR_PLAIN = 'pln';
/** token style for an sgml tag. */
var PR_TAG = 'tag';
/** token style for a markup declaration such as a DOCTYPE. */
var PR_DECLARATION = 'dec';
/** token style for embedded source. */
var PR_SOURCE = 'src';
/** token style for an sgml attribute name. */
var PR_ATTRIB_NAME = 'atn';
/** token style for an sgml attribute value. */
var PR_ATTRIB_VALUE = 'atv';
/**
* A class that indicates a section of markup that is not code, e.g. to allow
* embedding of line numbers within code listings.
*/
var PR_NOCODE = 'nocode';
/** A set of tokens that can precede a regular expression literal in
* javascript.
* http://www.mozilla.org/js/language/js20/rationale/syntax.html has the full
* list, but I've removed ones that might be problematic when seen in
* languages that don't support regular expression literals.
*
* <p>Specifically, I've removed any keywords that can't precede a regexp
* literal in a syntactically legal javascript program, and I've removed the
* "in" keyword since it's not a keyword in many languages, and might be used
* as a count of inches.
*
* <p>The link a above does not accurately describe EcmaScript rules since
* it fails to distinguish between (a=++/b/i) and (a++/b/i) but it works
* very well in practice.
*
* @private
*/
var REGEXP_PRECEDER_PATTERN = function () {
var preceders = [
"!", "!=", "!==", "#", "%", "%=", "&", "&&", "&&=",
"&=", "(", "*", "*=", /* "+", */ "+=", ",", /* "-", */ "-=",
"->", /*".", "..", "...", handled below */ "/", "/=", ":", "::", ";",
"<", "<<", "<<=", "<=", "=", "==", "===", ">",
">=", ">>", ">>=", ">>>", ">>>=", "?", "@", "[",
"^", "^=", "^^", "^^=", "{", "|", "|=", "||",
"||=", "~" /* handles =~ and !~ */,
"break", "case", "continue", "delete",
"do", "else", "finally", "instanceof",
"return", "throw", "try", "typeof"
];
var pattern = '(?:^^|[+-]';
for (var i = 0; i < preceders.length; ++i) {
pattern += '|' + preceders[i].replace(/([^=<>:&a-z])/g, '\\$1');
}
pattern += ')\\s*'; // matches at end, and matches empty string
return pattern;
// CAVEAT: this does not properly handle the case where a regular
// expression immediately follows another since a regular expression may
// have flags for case-sensitivity and the like. Having regexp tokens
// adjacent is not valid in any language I'm aware of, so I'm punting.
// TODO: maybe style special characters inside a regexp as punctuation.
}();
// Define regexps here so that the interpreter doesn't have to create an
// object each time the function containing them is called.
// The language spec requires a new object created even if you don't access
// the $1 members.
var pr_amp = /&/g;
var pr_lt = /</g;
var pr_gt = />/g;
var pr_quot = /\"/g;
/** like textToHtml but escapes double quotes to be attribute safe. */
function attribToHtml(str) {
return str.replace(pr_amp, '&amp;')
.replace(pr_lt, '&lt;')
.replace(pr_gt, '&gt;')
.replace(pr_quot, '&quot;');
}
/** escapest html special characters to html. */
function textToHtml(str) {
return str.replace(pr_amp, '&amp;')
.replace(pr_lt, '&lt;')
.replace(pr_gt, '&gt;');
}
var pr_ltEnt = /&lt;/g;
var pr_gtEnt = /&gt;/g;
var pr_aposEnt = /&apos;/g;
var pr_quotEnt = /&quot;/g;
var pr_ampEnt = /&amp;/g;
var pr_nbspEnt = /&nbsp;/g;
/** unescapes html to plain text. */
function htmlToText(html) {
var pos = html.indexOf('&');
if (pos < 0) { return html; }
// Handle numeric entities specially. We can't use functional substitution
// since that doesn't work in older versions of Safari.
// These should be rare since most browsers convert them to normal chars.
for (--pos; (pos = html.indexOf('&#', pos + 1)) >= 0;) {
var end = html.indexOf(';', pos);
if (end >= 0) {
var num = html.substring(pos + 3, end);
var radix = 10;
if (num && num.charAt(0) === 'x') {
num = num.substring(1);
radix = 16;
}
var codePoint = parseInt(num, radix);
if (!isNaN(codePoint)) {
html = (html.substring(0, pos) + String.fromCharCode(codePoint) +
html.substring(end + 1));
}
}
}
return html.replace(pr_ltEnt, '<')
.replace(pr_gtEnt, '>')
.replace(pr_aposEnt, "'")
.replace(pr_quotEnt, '"')
.replace(pr_nbspEnt, ' ')
.replace(pr_ampEnt, '&');
}
/** is the given node's innerHTML normally unescaped? */
function isRawContent(node) {
return 'XMP' === node.tagName;
}
var newlineRe = /[\r\n]/g;
/**
* Are newlines and adjacent spaces significant in the given node's innerHTML?
*/
function isPreformatted(node, content) {
// PRE means preformatted, and is a very common case, so don't create
// unnecessary computed style objects.
if ('PRE' === node.tagName) { return true; }
if (!newlineRe.test(content)) { return true; } // Don't care
var whitespace = '';
// For disconnected nodes, IE has no currentStyle.
if (node.currentStyle) {
whitespace = node.currentStyle.whiteSpace;
} else if (window.getComputedStyle) {
// Firefox makes a best guess if node is disconnected whereas Safari
// returns the empty string.
whitespace = window.getComputedStyle(node, null).whiteSpace;
}
return !whitespace || whitespace === 'pre';
}
function normalizedHtml(node, out, opt_sortAttrs) {
switch (node.nodeType) {
case 1: // an element
var name = node.tagName.toLowerCase();
out.push('<', name);
var attrs = node.attributes;
var n = attrs.length;
if (n) {
if (opt_sortAttrs) {
var sortedAttrs = [];
for (var i = n; --i >= 0;) { sortedAttrs[i] = attrs[i]; }
sortedAttrs.sort(function (a, b) {
return (a.name < b.name) ? -1 : a.name === b.name ? 0 : 1;
});
attrs = sortedAttrs;
}
for (var i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
var attr = attrs[i];
if (!attr.specified) { continue; }
out.push(' ', attr.name.toLowerCase(),
'="', attribToHtml(attr.value), '"');
}
}
out.push('>');
for (var child = node.firstChild; child; child = child.nextSibling) {
normalizedHtml(child, out, opt_sortAttrs);
}
if (node.firstChild || !/^(?:br|link|img)$/.test(name)) {
out.push('<\/', name, '>');
}
break;
case 3: case 4: // text
out.push(textToHtml(node.nodeValue));
break;
}
}
/**
* Given a group of {@link RegExp}s, returns a {@code RegExp} that globally
* matches the union o the sets o strings matched d by the input RegExp.
* Since it matches globally, if the input strings have a start-of-input
* anchor (/^.../), it is ignored for the purposes of unioning.
* @param {Array.<RegExp>} regexs non multiline, non-global regexs.
* @return {RegExp} a global regex.
*/
function combinePrefixPatterns(regexs) {
var capturedGroupIndex = 0;
var needToFoldCase = false;
var ignoreCase = false;
for (var i = 0, n = regexs.length; i < n; ++i) {
var regex = regexs[i];
if (regex.ignoreCase) {
ignoreCase = true;
} else if (/[a-z]/i.test(regex.source.replace(
/\\u[0-9a-f]{4}|\\x[0-9a-f]{2}|\\[^ux]/gi, ''))) {
needToFoldCase = true;
ignoreCase = false;
break;
}
}
function decodeEscape(charsetPart) {
if (charsetPart.charAt(0) !== '\\') { return charsetPart.charCodeAt(0); }
switch (charsetPart.charAt(1)) {
case 'b': return 8;
case 't': return 9;
case 'n': return 0xa;
case 'v': return 0xb;
case 'f': return 0xc;
case 'r': return 0xd;
case 'u': case 'x':
return parseInt(charsetPart.substring(2), 16)
|| charsetPart.charCodeAt(1);
case '0': case '1': case '2': case '3': case '4':
case '5': case '6': case '7':
return parseInt(charsetPart.substring(1), 8);
default: return charsetPart.charCodeAt(1);
}
}
function encodeEscape(charCode) {
if (charCode < 0x20) {
return (charCode < 0x10 ? '\\x0' : '\\x') + charCode.toString(16);
}
var ch = String.fromCharCode(charCode);
if (ch === '\\' || ch === '-' || ch === '[' || ch === ']') {
ch = '\\' + ch;
}
return ch;
}
function caseFoldCharset(charSet) {
var charsetParts = charSet.substring(1, charSet.length - 1).match(
new RegExp(
'\\\\u[0-9A-Fa-f]{4}'
+ '|\\\\x[0-9A-Fa-f]{2}'
+ '|\\\\[0-3][0-7]{0,2}'
+ '|\\\\[0-7]{1,2}'
+ '|\\\\[\\s\\S]'
+ '|-'
+ '|[^-\\\\]',
'g'));
var groups = [];
var ranges = [];
var inverse = charsetParts[0] === '^';
for (var i = inverse ? 1 : 0, n = charsetParts.length; i < n; ++i) {
var p = charsetParts[i];
switch (p) {
case '\\B': case '\\b':
case '\\D': case '\\d':
case '\\S': case '\\s':
case '\\W': case '\\w':
groups.push(p);
continue;
}
var start = decodeEscape(p);
var end;
if (i + 2 < n && '-' === charsetParts[i + 1]) {
end = decodeEscape(charsetParts[i + 2]);
i += 2;
} else {
end = start;
}
ranges.push([start, end]);
// If the range might intersect letters, then expand it.
if (!(end < 65 || start > 122)) {
if (!(end < 65 || start > 90)) {
ranges.push([Math.max(65, start) | 32, Math.min(end, 90) | 32]);
}
if (!(end < 97 || start > 122)) {
ranges.push([Math.max(97, start) & ~32, Math.min(end, 122) & ~32]);
}
}
}
// [[1, 10], [3, 4], [8, 12], [14, 14], [16, 16], [17, 17]]
// -> [[1, 12], [14, 14], [16, 17]]
ranges.sort(function (a, b) { return (a[0] - b[0]) || (b[1] - a[1]); });
var consolidatedRanges = [];
var lastRange = [NaN, NaN];
for (var i = 0; i < ranges.length; ++i) {
var range = ranges[i];
if (range[0] <= lastRange[1] + 1) {
lastRange[1] = Math.max(lastRange[1], range[1]);
} else {
consolidatedRanges.push(lastRange = range);
}
}
var out = ['['];
if (inverse) { out.push('^'); }
out.push.apply(out, groups);
for (var i = 0; i < consolidatedRanges.length; ++i) {
var range = consolidatedRanges[i];
out.push(encodeEscape(range[0]));
if (range[1] > range[0]) {
if (range[1] + 1 > range[0]) { out.push('-'); }
out.push(encodeEscape(range[1]));
}
}
out.push(']');
return out.join('');
}
function allowAnywhereFoldCaseAndRenumberGroups(regex) {
// Split into character sets, escape sequences, punctuation strings
// like ('(', '(?:', ')', '^'), and runs of characters that do not
// include any of the above.
var parts = regex.source.match(
new RegExp(
'(?:'
+ '\\[(?:[^\\x5C\\x5D]|\\\\[\\s\\S])*\\]' // a character set
+ '|\\\\u[A-Fa-f0-9]{4}' // a unicode escape
+ '|\\\\x[A-Fa-f0-9]{2}' // a hex escape
+ '|\\\\[0-9]+' // a back-reference or octal escape
+ '|\\\\[^ux0-9]' // other escape sequence
+ '|\\(\\?[:!=]' // start of a non-capturing group
+ '|[\\(\\)\\^]' // start/emd of a group, or line start
+ '|[^\\x5B\\x5C\\(\\)\\^]+' // run of other characters
+ ')',
'g'));
var n = parts.length;
// Maps captured group numbers to the number they will occupy in
// the output or to -1 if that has not been determined, or to
// undefined if they need not be capturing in the output.
var capturedGroups = [];
// Walk over and identify back references to build the capturedGroups
// mapping.
for (var i = 0, groupIndex = 0; i < n; ++i) {
var p = parts[i];
if (p === '(') {
// groups are 1-indexed, so max group index is count of '('
++groupIndex;
} else if ('\\' === p.charAt(0)) {
var decimalValue = +p.substring(1);
if (decimalValue && decimalValue <= groupIndex) {
capturedGroups[decimalValue] = -1;
}
}
}
// Renumber groups and reduce capturing groups to non-capturing groups
// where possible.
for (var i = 1; i < capturedGroups.length; ++i) {
if (-1 === capturedGroups[i]) {
capturedGroups[i] = ++capturedGroupIndex;
}
}
for (var i = 0, groupIndex = 0; i < n; ++i) {
var p = parts[i];
if (p === '(') {
++groupIndex;
if (capturedGroups[groupIndex] === undefined) {
parts[i] = '(?:';
}
} else if ('\\' === p.charAt(0)) {
var decimalValue = +p.substring(1);
if (decimalValue && decimalValue <= groupIndex) {
parts[i] = '\\' + capturedGroups[groupIndex];
}
}
}
// Remove any prefix anchors so that the output will match anywhere.
// ^^ really does mean an anchored match though.
for (var i = 0, groupIndex = 0; i < n; ++i) {
if ('^' === parts[i] && '^' !== parts[i + 1]) { parts[i] = ''; }
}
// Expand letters to groupts to handle mixing of case-sensitive and
// case-insensitive patterns if necessary.
if (regex.ignoreCase && needToFoldCase) {
for (var i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
var p = parts[i];