Devin Jeanpierre avatar Devin Jeanpierre committed 0a6bfd9

Added broken debugging support, broken assertion support.

Ugh, this is three-four changesets all in one.

What happened was, I added perfect debugging support to the main branch.
Committed it, then tried to merge it into the assertions branch. Did
that wrong, tried to revert; couldn't. Tried to "undo", which in my
head meant "rollback". NO NO NO NO NO NO NO.

So I had a broken merge together with a working commit and I had to
sort it all out and it all goes in one commit. And I decided, instead
of actually just committing there and then, to work on assertions a
bit.

Mehhhhhhh.

Oh and did I mention that whatever happened there obliterated the
main branch? I don't have a clue what's going on, man. My only hope
is to make assertions work for real. :(

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 MatchObject = RE0_Match
 
 class RE0_Regex(object):
-    def __init__(self, program, flags, groups, groupindex, pattern, search_index):
+    def __init__(self, program, flags, groups, groupindex, pattern, search_index, debugger=None):
         self.program = program
         self.flags = flags
         self.groups = groups
         self.pattern = pattern
         
         self._search_index = search_index
+        
+        self._debugger = debugger
 
     def _match(self, s, pos, endpos, pc=0):
         returned_saved = {}
-        result = vm.pike_vm(self.program, map(ord, s[:endpos]), returned_saved, sp=pos or 0, pc=pc)
+        result = vm.pike_vm(self.program, map(ord, s[:endpos]), returned_saved, sp=pos or 0, pc=pc, debugger=self._debugger)
         if result:
             return RE0_Match(returned_saved, s, self.groupindex, self.groups,
                 re=self, pos=pos, endpos=endpos)
     def sub(self, *args, **kwargs):
         return self.subn(*args, **kwargs)[0]
 
-def compile(pattern, flags=0):
+def compile(pattern, flags=0, debugger=None):
     search_index, ast, prog = _compile(pattern, flags, VMCompiler)
     
     return RE0_Regex(
         ast.pattern.groups,
         ast.pattern.groupdict,
         pattern,
-        search_index)
+        search_index,
+        debugger=debugger)
 
 def match(regexp, s, flags=0):
     return compile(regexp, flags).match(s)

re0/compat/test/test_basic_re.py

         m1 = r1.match(*args)
         m2 = r2.match(*args)
         
-        self.assertEqual((m1 is None), (m2 is None))
+        self.assertEqual((m1 is None), (m2 is None),
+            "re did{nt_re} match, whereas re0 did{nt_re0}".format(
+                nt_re=["", "n't"][m1 is None],
+                nt_re0=["", "n't"][m2 is None]))
         if m1 is None:
             return
         
         self.assertEqual(pattern.search('abc\nx').group(0), 'x')
     
     def test_basic_re_sub(self):
-        #import pdb; pdb.set_trace()
         self.assertEqual(re_0.sub('^a*', 'X', 'test'), 'Xtest')
 
 class OopsFeatures(RECompatibilityTestCase):

re0/compat/test/test_re.py

         self.assertEqual(re.match("a.*b", "a\n\nb", re.DOTALL).group(0),
                          "a\n\nb")
 
-    @unittest.expectedFailure # Not implemented (assertions)
     def test_non_consuming(self):
         self.assertEqual(re.match("(a(?=\s[^a]))", "a b").group(1), "a")
         self.assertEqual(re.match("(a(?=\s[^a]*))", "a b").group(1), "a")
         self.assertEqual(re.match("(a(?=\s[abc]))", "a b").group(1), "a")
         self.assertEqual(re.match("(a(?=\s[abc]*))", "a bc").group(1), "a")
-        self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?=\s\1)", "a a").group(1), "a")
-        self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?=\s\1*)", "a aa").group(1), "a")
+        ##self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?=\s\1)", "a a").group(1), "a")
+        ##self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?=\s\1*)", "a aa").group(1), "a")
         self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?=\s(abc|a))", "a a").group(1), "a")
 
         self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a(?!\s[^a]))", "a a").group(1), "a")
         self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a(?!\s[abc]))", "a d").group(1), "a")
-        self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?!\s\1)", "a b").group(1), "a")
+        ##self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?!\s\1)", "a b").group(1), "a")
         self.assertEqual(re.match(r"(a)(?!\s(abc|a))", "a b").group(1), "a")
 
     def test_ignore_case(self):
         # mark_stack_base restoring before restoring marks
         self.assertEqual(re.match('(a)(?:(?=(b)*)c)*', 'abb').groups(),
                          ('a', None))
+        # this still doesn't work because grouping is wrong.
         self.assertEqual(re.match('(a)((?!(b)*))*', 'abb').groups(),
                          ('a', None, None))
 
         super(VMCompiler, self).__init__(regexp_s, flags)
         
         self.program = [] # in the form: (instruction, args)
+        self.programs = [self.program]
         self.next_label = itertools.count().next
+        # more readable not to reuse next_label
+        self.next_progress_point = itertools.count().next
         self.upcoming_labels = []
         self.label2index = {}
+        self.labels2indexes = [self.label2index]
         
         # label 0 always refers to point 0
         self.label_next(self.next_label())
         
         self.search_mutate()
         
+        glued_instructions = []
+        self.forklabel2index = {}
+        idxoffset = 0
+        for i, assertion in enumerate(self.programs):
+            # might want to add barriers in-between the assertions...
+            self.forklabel2index[i] = len(glued_instructions)
+            self.labels2indexes[i] = dict(
+                (label, idxoffset+index)
+                for label, index in self.labels2indexes[i].iteritems())
+            self.label2index.update(self.labels2indexes[i])
+            glued_instructions.extend(assertion)
+            idxoffset += len(assertion)
+        
+        unlabeled_glued_instructions = self.instructions(glued_instructions)
+        
         return (
             self.search_start,
             self.pattern,
-            [vm.Instruction(*a) for a in self.relabeled_program()])
+            unlabeled_glued_instructions)
+    
+    def instructions(self, program):
+        return [vm.Instruction(*a) for a in self.relabeled_program(program)]
     
     def search_mutate(self):
         """
         # yes there's two jump instructions. Could optimize later. Meh.
         
     
-    def relabeled_program(self):
-        for opcode, arg in self.program:
+    def relabeled_program(self, program):
+        for opcode, arg in program:
             if opcode in [vm.JUMP, vm.SPLIT]:
                 yield (
                     opcode,
                     [self.label2index[a] for a in arg])
+            elif opcode in [vm.FORK, vm.NOTFORK]:
+                yield (opcode,
+                    [self.forklabel2index[a] for a in arg])
             else:
                 yield (opcode, arg)
     
         
         self.l_append(start, vm.SPLIT, splits)
         
-        self.label_next(findone)
+        self.l_append(findone, vm.PROGRESS, (self.next_progress_point(),))
         self.subcompile(item)
         self.append(vm.JUMP, (start,))
         
             self.append(vm.AT_END, ())
         else:
             raise Exception("Bad location", location)
+    
+    def re_assert(self, direction, subpattern):
+        if direction == -1:
+            raise Exception("For now, only forward assertions allowed")
+        self._re_forwardassert(False, subpattern)
+    
+    def re_assert_not(self, direction, subpattern):
+        if direction == -1:
+            raise Exception("For now, only forward assertions allowed")
+        self._re_forwardassert(True, subpattern)
+    
+    def _re_forwardassert(self, negated, subpattern):
+        if negated:
+            raise Exception("For now, only positive assertions allowed")
+        new_program = []
+        new_label2index = {}
+        assertion_index = len(self.programs)
+        self.programs.append(new_program)
+        self.labels2indexes.append(new_label2index)
+        
+        # appending here happens to clear the label buffer. That's important,
+        # because we don't want labels to point to indices in an assertion...
+        if negated:
+            FORK = vm.NOTFORK
+        else:
+            FORK = vm.FORK
+        
+        self.append(FORK, (assertion_index,))
+        
+        original_program = self.program
+        original_label2index = self.label2index
+        self.program = new_program
+        self.label2index = new_label2index
+        
+        self.subcompile(subpattern)
+        
+        self.append(vm.MATCH, ())
+        
+        # back to compiling the original program!
+        self.program = original_program
+        self.label2index = original_label2index
 
 def compile(s, flags, compiler):
     return compiler(s, flags).compile()
+import cmd
+import collections
+
+class BaseRegexDebugger(object):
+    def __init__(self):
+        super(BaseRegexDebugger, self).__init__()
+        self.__threads_won = set()
+        self.__threads_ignored = set()
+    
+    
+    def match_begin(self, bytecode, in_s, sp):
+        """Called once when the VM starts"""
+        pass
+    
+    def match_iter(self):
+        """Called once per match iteration"""
+        pass
+    
+    
+    
+    def spawn_thread(self, thread):
+        """Called once to spawn the initial thread"""
+        pass
+    
+    def thread_incremented(self, thread):
+        """Called immediately before `thread` increments its program counter"""
+        pass
+    
+    def thread_seeked(self, thread, target):
+        """Called immediately before `thread` seeks to `target`"""
+        pass
+    
+    def thread_cloneseeked(self, thread, newthread):
+        """Called immediately after `thread` clones itself as `newthread`"""
+        pass
+    
+    def thread_merged(self, winner_thread, dropped_thread):
+        """
+        Called when the VM merges `winner_thread` and `loser_thread`
+        by forgetting `loser_thread`.
+        """
+        pass
+    
+    def thread_matched(self, thread):
+        """Called when `thread` matched."""
+        self.__threads_won.add(thread)
+    
+    def thread_failed(self, thread):
+        """Called when `thread` failed to match"""
+        pass
+    
+    def thread_ignored(self, thread):
+        """Called when `thread` is irrelevant to the match and is ignored"""
+        pass
+    
+    def threads_irrelevant(self, threads):
+        """Called when threads are made irrelevant"""
+        for thread in threads:
+            self.thread_ignored(thread)
+        
+        self.__threads_ignored = set(threads)
+    
+    def threadlist_replaced(self, threadlist, new_threadlist):
+        """
+        Called when `threadlist` is about to be tossed out, replaced with
+        `new_threadlist`
+        """
+        if threadlist is not None: # not first iteration
+            failed_threads = set(threadlist) - set(new_threadlist)
+            failed_threads -= self.__threads_ignored
+            failed_threads -= self.__threads_won
+            for thread in failed_threads:
+                self.thread_failed(thread)
+        
+        self.__threads_ignored = set()
+        self.__threads_won = set()
+        
+        self.match_iter()
+    
+
+STEP = "STEP"
+NEXT = "NEXT"
+CONTINUE = "CONTINUE"
+
+class CmdDebugger(cmd.Cmd, BaseRegexDebugger):
+    # 
+    # Here are the debugger methods:
+    # 
+    def match_begin(self, bytecode, in_s, sp):
+        self.bytecode = bytecode
+        self.in_s = in_s
+        self.sp = sp
+        self.threads = collections.defaultdict(set)
+        
+        self.state = None
+        self.verbose = True
+        
+        # when we start, we want to begin debugging immediately.
+        self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def spawn_thread(self, thread):
+        self.threads[thread.pc].add(thread)
+        if self.state == STEP:
+            print "Thread spawned: (%s, %s)" % tuple(thread)
+            self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def thread_incremented(self, thread):
+        pc, saved = thread
+        self.threads[pc].remove(thread)
+        self.threads[pc + 1].add(thread)
+        if self.verbose or self.state == STEP:
+            print "Thread incremented: (%s --> %s, %s)" % (pc, pc + 1, saved)
+        if self.state == STEP:
+            self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def thread_seeked(self, thread, target):
+        pc, saved = thread
+        self.threads[pc].remove(thread)
+        self.threads[target].add(thread)
+        if self.verbose or self.state == STEP:
+            print "Thread seeked: (%s --> %s, %s)" % (pc, target, saved)
+        if self.state == STEP:
+            self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def thread_cloneseeked(self, thread, newthread):
+        pc, saved = thread
+        self.threads[newthread.pc].add(newthread)
+        if self.verbose or self.state == STEP:
+            print "Thread cloned: (%s ++ %s, %s)" % (pc, newthread.pc, saved)
+        if self.state == STEP:
+            self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def thread_merged(self, winner_thread, dropped_thread):
+        pc, saved = winner_thread
+        pc2, saved2 = dropped_thread
+        assert pc == pc2
+        
+        self.threads[pc].remove(dropped_thread)
+        if self.verbose or self.state == STEP:
+            print "Threads merged: (%s, %s -- %s)" % (pc, saved, saved2)
+        if self.state == STEP:
+            self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def _thread_statused(self, thread, status):
+        self.threads[thread.pc].remove(thread)
+        if self.verbose or self.state == STEP:
+            print "Thread %s: (%s, %s)" % ((status,) + tuple(thread))
+        if self.state == STEP:
+            self.cmdloop()
+    
+    def thread_matched(self, thread):
+        super(CmdDebugger, self).thread_matched(thread)
+        self._thread_statused(thread, 'matched')
+    
+    def thread_failed(self, thread):
+        self._thread_statused(thread, 'failed')
+    
+    def thread_ignored(self, thread):
+        self._thread_statused(thread, 'ignored')
+    
+    # 
+    # Cmd methods
+    # 
+    
+    prompt = 're0> '
+    
+    def do_next(self, arg):
+        # exit loop, let execution continue. They'll call us back when the next
+        # list goes through
+        return True 
+    
+    def do_print(self, arg):
+        if arg in ['s', 'in_s', 'string', 'in_string']:
+            print self.in_s
+        elif arg in ['c', 'char', 'character']:
+            print self.in_s[sp]
+        elif arg in ['sp']:
+            print sp
+        elif arg in ['*', 'all', 'state']:
+            pass
+    
+    do_p = do_pp = do_print
+    
+    def do_step(self, arg):
+        self.state = STEP
+        return True
+    
+    do_s = do_step
+    
+    def do_next(self, arg):
+        self.state = NEXT
+        return True
+    
+    do_n = do_next
+    
+    def do_continue(self, arg):
+        self.state = CONTINUE
+        return True
+    
+    do_c = do_continue

re0/test/test_debug.py

 import unittest
 
-from re0 import vm
+from re0 import vm, debug
 
-class MockDebugger(object):
+class MockDebugger(debug.BaseRegexDebugger):
     def __init__(self, mocklist):
         self.mocklist = mocklist
     
         self.mocklist.append('spawned')
     
     def thread_incremented(self, thread):
-        self.mocklist.append('incremented')
+        self.mocklist.append(('incremented', thread.pc))
     
     def thread_seeked(self, thread, target):
         self.mocklist.append(('seeked', target))
         self.mocklist.append(('cloneseeked', newthread.pc))
     
     def thread_merged(self, winner_thread, dropped_thread):
-        self.mocklist.append('merged')
+        self.mocklist.append(('merged', winner_thread.pc))
     
     def thread_matched(self, thread):
-        self.mocklist.append('matched')
+        self.mocklist.append(('matched', thread.pc))
+        super(MockDebugger, self).thread_matched(thread)
+    
+    def thread_failed(self, thread):
+        self.mocklist.append(('failed', thread.pc))
+    
+    def thread_ignored(self, thread):
+        self.mocklist.append(('ignored', thread.pc))
     
     def threads_irrelevant(self, threads):
         self.mocklist.append(('irrelevant', len(threads)))
+        super(MockDebugger, self).threads_irrelevant(threads)
     
     def threadlist_replaced(self, old, new):
         self.mocklist.append(('threadlist-computed', old and len(old.threadlist), len(new.threadlist)))
+        super(MockDebugger, self).threadlist_replaced(old, new)
+
 
 class TestDebuggerCallback(unittest.TestCase):
     def test_all(self):
+        moves = []
+        
         bytecode = [vm.Instruction(*x) for x in  [
             (vm.JUMP, (1,)),
             (vm.CHAR, (0,)),
             (vm.MATCH, ())
         ]]
         
-        moves = []
-        self.assertTrue(vm.pike_vm(bytecode, [0], debugger=MockDebugger(moves)))
+        self.assertTrue(vm.pike_vm(
+            bytecode,
+            [0],
+            debugger=MockDebugger(moves)))
         self.assertEqual(moves, [
             ('match_begin', [0], 0),
             'spawned',
             ('seeked', 1),
             ('threadlist-computed', None, 1),
-            'incremented',
+            ('incremented', 1),
             ('cloneseeked', 3),
             ('cloneseeked', 3),
-            'merged',
+            ('merged', 3),
             ('threadlist-computed', 1, 1),
-            'matched',
+            ('failed', 2), # the source of the cloneseek. :/
+            ('matched', 3),
             ('irrelevant', 0),
         ])
+    
+    def test_ignore(self):
+        moves = []
+        
+        bytecode = [vm.Instruction(*x) for x in  [
+            (vm.JUMP, (1,)),
+            (vm.CHAR, (0,)),
+            (vm.SPLIT, (3, 1)),
+            (vm.MATCH, ())
+        ]]
+        
+        self.assertTrue(vm.pike_vm(
+            bytecode,
+            [0],
+            debugger=MockDebugger(moves)))
+        self.assertEqual(moves, [
+            ('match_begin', [0], 0),
+            'spawned',
+            ('seeked', 1),
+            ('threadlist-computed', None, 1),
+            ('incremented', 1),
+            ('cloneseeked', 3),
+            ('cloneseeked', 1),
+            ('threadlist-computed', 1, 2),
+            ('failed', 2), # the source of the cloneseek. :/
+            ('matched', 3),
+            ('irrelevant', 1),
+            ('ignored', 1),
+        ])
+    
+    # fixme: debug assertions
+    
+    def test_dumb_temp(self):
+        from re0.compat import re
+        x = re.compile("(?=a).")
+        #import pdb; pdb.set_trace()
+        x.match("a")
 
 if __name__ == '__main__':
     unittest.main()
 JUMP = "JUMP"
 SPLIT = "SPLIT"
 
+# This is unfortunately made necessary by some stuff.
+NOOP = "NOOP" # just go to the next instruction.
+
+# this permits $*
+# don't repeat zero-width matches to infinity. Just once is fine.
+# Specifically:
+#   """Fail if we haven't read anything since the last time we saw this
+#      particular PROGRESS instruction."""
+PROGRESS = "PROGRESS"
+
+# Here we have the FORK instruction!
+# A fork produces a new "process". See the PikeProcess class for details.
+FORK = "FORK"
+NOTFORK = "NOTFORK"
+
 # Unlike Cox paper, we use START and END save instructions.
 # This is because it might be nice to have a VM which matches iterables and
 # saves streams via saving parts of the iterable -- such a VM doesn't save
 ##def PikeThread(pc, saved):
     ##pass
 
+class PikeProcess(object):
+    """
+    Thompson split up matching into "threads". Here we split threads into
+    "processes".
+    
+    A process succeeds only if there exists a process such that:
+    
+        - at least one thread in the process succeeded
+        - every subprocess succeeded
+    
+    Negated processes (started with NOTFORK) succeed in opposite circumstances,
+    and cannot fetch submatches.
+    
+    This works well metaphorically with Unix processes/threads.
+    
+    A match only succeeds if the "main" process does.
+    
+    For now, a match starts with only the main process. In theory we should
+    be able to add backwards assertions by creating "search" processes
+    that start as subprocesses to begin with.
+    
+    Why?
+    ====
+    
+    We need some notion of "this AND this succeeded" in order to implement
+    assertions. Let's look at a few examples:
+    
+    (?=[abc])[cde]
+        
+        An assertion constitutes an alternate, secondary flow of execution.
+        Here, we ask for the next character to primarily match [abc],
+        but secondarily, to match [abc]. This is equivalent to asking the next
+        character to be c.
+        
+    ((?=a)|(?=b))c
+    
+        Let's try tracing this one, with processes. We'll assume that a and b
+        and c are arbitrary regexps.
+        
+        We can see that there are three different regexps that we'll be running.
+        `a`, `b`, and `c`.
+        
+        Let's step through how we might match this code. At the beginning, we
+        have one process and one thread. The process corresponds to the entire
+        regexp.
+        
+        We step into it, and we now have a branch: one of two possible
+        places to continue. So now we have one process with two threads.
+        
+        At each of these threads, we have a FORK of creating a new process.
+        The original process, which only ran these two threads, should die.
+        In its place are two siblings with extra constraints.
+        
+        Old Process List::
+            - subprocesses: []
+              threads:
+                - (thread at pc X)
+                - (thread at pc Y)
+        
+        New Process List::
+        
+            - subprocesses:
+                - subprocesses: []
+                  threads: [(thread at pc X+1)]
+              threads: [(thread at pc Z)]
+            - subprocesses:
+                - subprocesses: []
+                  threads: [(thread at pc Y+1)]
+              threads: [(thread at pc Z)]
+        
+        Forks create sibling clones of the process they're created from.
+        Semantically this is because you are adding constraints without removing
+        any. The old process dies because it has no threads or processes
+        left at the end, all of its threads forked.
+        
+        ... etc.
+    
+    """
+    def __init__(self):
+        self.or_subprocesses = []
+        self.and_subprocesses = []
+        self.parent_or_processes = []
+        self.best_match = None
+        self.winner = None
+    
+    def set_winner(self, winner):
+        self.winner = winner
+        for proc in self.parent_or_processes:
+            proc.set_winner(self)
+    
+    def set_saved(self, saved):
+        self.best_match = saved # overwrite all previous matches
+        # it's threads that have priority, not processes -- if a child
+        # thread matches, it supersedes _all_ previous matches. Even up
+        # into parent processes.
+        self.set_winner(self)
+    
+    def getmatch(self):
+        """
+        If this process succeded, return the best match dictionary.
+        Otherwise return None.
+        """
+        if self.winner is None:
+            return None
+        matches = [proc.getmatch() for proc in self.and_subprocesses]
+        
+        if self.winner is self:
+            matches.append(self.best_match)
+        else:
+            matches.append(self.winner.getmatch())
+        
+        if None in matches:
+            return None
+        else:
+            #matches.append(self.best_match)
+            return dict(
+                ((k, v) for d in matches for (k, v) in d.iteritems()))
+
+##class NegatedPikeProcess(PikeProcess):
+    ##def __init__(self):
+        ##super(NegatedPikeProcess, self).__init__()
+        ##self.best_match = {}
+    
+    ##def set_saved(self, saved):
+        ##self.best_match = None
+
+class MainProcess(object):
+    def __init__(self):
+        self.or_subprocesses = []
+        self.winner = None
+        
+    def set_winner(self, winner):
+        # er, buggy, whatever
+        self.winner = winner
+    
+    def getmatch(self):
+        if self.winner is None:
+            return None
+        else:
+            return self.winner.getmatch()
+
 class PikeThread(object):
-    def __init__(self, pc, saved):
+    def __init__(self, pc, saved, parent_processes):
         self.pc = pc
         self.saved = saved
+        self.parent_processes = parent_processes
     
     def __iter__(self):
         yield self.pc
         return a new thread with positioned at `pos`, and the same saved state
         as self.
         """
-        new = PikeThread(newpos, self.saved.copy())
+        new = PikeThread(newpos, self.saved.copy(), set(self.parent_processes))
         return new
+    
+    def win(self):
+        for proc in self.parent_processes:
+            proc.set_saved(self.saved)
+    
+    def __repr__(self):
+        return "%s(%s, %s)" % ((type(self).__name__,) + tuple(self))
 
 class PikeDebugThread(PikeThread):
     def __init__(self, debugger, *args, **kwargs):
         return super(PikeDebugThread, self).seek(pos)
     
     def cloneseek(self, newpos):
-        newthread = PikeDebugThread(self.debugger, newpos, self.saved.copy())
+        newthread = PikeDebugThread(self.debugger, newpos, self.saved.copy(), set(self.parent_processes))
         self.debugger.thread_cloneseeked(self, newthread)
         return newthread
 
         self.in_s = in_s
         self.threadlist = []
         self.pc2thread = {}
-        self.debugger=debugger
+        self.seen_progress_pcs = set()
+        self.debugger = debugger
     
     def __iter__(self):
         return iter(self.threadlist)
         if thread.pc in self.pc2thread:
             if self.debugger is not None:
                 self.debugger.thread_merged(self.pc2thread[thread.pc], thread)
+            # TODO: find test case for this
+            self.pc2thread[thread.pc].parent_processes.update(
+                thread.parent_processes)
             return
         
         
         elif op.opcode == SPLIT:
             for arg in op.arguments:
                 self.add_thread(thread.cloneseek(arg))
+        elif op.opcode == PROGRESS:
+            prog_point, = op.arguments
+            if prog_point in self.seen_progress_pcs:
+                return
+            else:
+                self.seen_progress_pcs.add(prog_point)
+                self.add_thread(thread.increment())
         elif op.opcode in [START_SAVE, END_SAVE]:
             slot, = op.arguments
             
             
             if bool(at_boundary) != negate:
                 self.add_thread(thread.increment())
+        elif op.opcode in [FORK, NOTFORK]:
+            if op.opcode == FORK:
+                new_subprocess = PikeProcess()
+            else:
+                raise Exception("Negative lookahead not currently supported")
+                new_subprocess = NegatedPikeProcess()
+            
+            process_sibling = PikeProcess()
+            process_sibling.parent_or_processes = list(thread.parent_processes)
+            for parent_process in process_sibling.parent_or_processes:
+                parent_process.or_subprocesses.append(process_sibling)
+            
+            process_sibling.and_subprocesses.append(new_subprocess)
+            
+            jump_target, = op.arguments
+            new_thread = thread.cloneseek(jump_target)
+            new_thread.parent_processes = set([new_subprocess])
+            thread = thread.increment()
+            thread.parent_processes = set([process_sibling])
+            
+            # unlike normal, the order of adding these two things doesn't
+            # matter -- we assume that FORKs lead to a disconnected
+            # subgraph.
+            self.add_thread(new_thread)
+            self.add_thread(thread)
         else:
             self.pc2thread[pc] = thread
             self.threadlist.append(thread)
     if debugger is not None:
         debugger.match_begin(bytecode, in_s, sp)
     
+    main_process = MainProcess()
+    main_subprocess = PikeProcess()
+    main_process.or_subprocesses.append(main_subprocess)
+    main_subprocess.parent_or_processes.append(main_process)
+    
     # Thompson NFA handles input in lockstep;
     # current_states haven't received input yet,
     # processed_states have.
     next_states = ThreadList(bytecode, sp, in_s, debugger=debugger)
     
     if debugger is None:
-        initial_thread = PikeThread(pc, returned_saved.copy())
+        initial_thread = PikeThread(pc, returned_saved.copy(), set([main_subprocess]))
     else:
-        initial_thread = PikeDebugThread(debugger, pc, returned_saved.copy())
+        initial_thread = PikeDebugThread(debugger, pc, returned_saved.copy(), set([main_subprocess]))
         debugger.spawn_thread(initial_thread)
     
     current_states = None
                     
                     if (char == next_char) == (op.opcode in [CHAR, IGNORE_CHAR]):
                         next_states.add_thread(thread.increment())
-                    # else: the thread dies due to not being added to the next
-                    # set of threads
+                        continue
             elif op.opcode in [RANGE, IGNORE_RANGE]:
                 if sp < len(in_s):
                     next_char = in_s[sp]
                     low, high = op.arguments
                     if low <= in_s[sp] <= high:
                         next_states.add_thread(thread.increment())
+                        continue
             elif op.opcode == CATEGORY:
                 if sp < len(in_s):
                     next_char = in_s[sp]
                     
                     if passed:
                         next_states.add_thread(thread.increment())
+                        continue
                 
             elif op.opcode == MATCH:
-                best_match = saved # overwrite all previous matches
+                thread.win() # let all the processes know they've succeeded
                 if debugger is not None:
                     debugger.thread_matched(thread)
                     debugger.threads_irrelevant(
                         current_states.threadlist[idx+1:])
-                break # ignore all later (lower-priority) matches
-                # together, those lines mean that lower-priority matches are
+                # ignore all later (lower-priority) matches
+                # TODO: just break if there are no extra processes.
+                for lesser_thread in current_states.threadlist[idx+1:]:
+                    lesser_thread.parent_processes -= thread.parent_processes
+                
+                # lower-priority matches are
                 # fine, but will always be overwritten by higher-priority
                 # matches if we find one later. And if we find one earlier,
                 # a low-priority match will never be considered at all.
                 # The other opcodes are handled in add_thread before it ever
                 # gets here.
                 raise ValueError("{op.opcode} is not an opcode".format(op=op))
-
+    
+    best_match = main_process.getmatch()
     if best_match is not None:
         returned_saved.update(best_match)
         return True
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