Kirill Simonov avatar Kirill Simonov committed 054790a

Add scanner definitions.

Add a basic description of all tokens produced by the scanner.

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include/yaml/yaml.h

 #include <string.h>
 
 /**
- * @defgroup Export Definitions
+ * @defgroup export Export Definitions
  * @{
  */
 
 /** @} */
 
 /**
- * @defgroup Node Styles
+ * @defgroup styles Node Styles
  * @{
  */
 
 /** @} */
 
 /**
- * @defgroup Tokens
+ * @defgroup tokens Tokens
  * @{
  */
 
 } yaml_string_input_t;
 
 /**
+ * This structure holds information about a potential simple key.
+ */
+
+typedef struct {
+    /** Is a simple key possible? */
+    int possible;
+
+    /** Is a simple key required? */
+    int required;
+
+    /** The number of the token. */
+    size_t token_number;
+
+    /** The position index. */
+    size_t index;
+
+    /** The position line. */
+    size_t line;
+
+    /** The position column. */
+    size_t column;
+
+    /** The position mark. */
+    yaml_mark_t mark;
+} yaml_simple_key_t;
+
+/**
  * The parser structure.
  *
  * All members are internal.  Manage the structure using the @c yaml_parser_
      * @}
      */
 
+    /**
+     * @name Scanner stuff
+     * @{
+     */
+
+    /** Have we started to scan the input stream? */
+    int stream_start_produced;
+
+    /** Have we reached the end of the input stream? */
+    int stream_end_produced;
+
+    /** The number of unclosed '[' and '{' indicators. */
+    int flow_level;
+
+    /** The tokens queue, which contains the current produced tokens. */
+    yaml_token_t *tokens;
+
+    /** The size of the tokens queue. */
+    size_t tokens_size;
+
+    /** The head of the tokens queue. */
+    size_t tokens_head;
+
+    /** The tail of the tokens queue. */
+    size_t tokens_tail;
+
+    /** The number of tokens fetched from the tokens queue. */
+    size_t tokens_parsed;
+
+    /** The stack of indentation levels. */
+    int *indents;
+
+    /** The size of the indents stack. */
+    size_t indents_size;
+
+    /** The number of items in the indents stack. */
+    size_t indents_length;
+
+    /** The current indentation level. */
+    int indent;
+
+    /** May a simple key occur at the current position? */
+    int simple_key_allowed;
+
+    /** The stack of potential simple keys. */
+    yaml_simple_key_t *simple_keys;
+
+    /** The size of the simple keys stack. */
+    size_t simple_keys_size;
+
+    /**
+     * @}
+     */
+
 } yaml_parser_t;
 
 /**
 YAML_DECLARE(void)
 yaml_parser_set_encoding(yaml_parser_t *parser, yaml_encoding_t encoding);
 
+/**
+ * Get the next token.
+ *
+ * The token is removed from the internal token queue and the application is
+ * responsible for destroing the token object.
+ *
+ * @param[in]   parser      A parser object.
+ *
+ * @returns A token object, or @c NULL on error.
+ */
+
+YAML_DECLARE(yaml_token_t *)
+yaml_parser_get_token(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+/**
+ * Peek the next token.
+ *
+ * The token is not removed from the internal token queue and will be returned
+ * again on a subsequent call of @c yaml_parser_get_token or
+ * @c yaml_parser_peek_token. The application should not destroy the token
+ * object.
+ *
+ * @param[in]   parser      A parser object.
+ *
+ * @returns A token object, or @c NULL on error.
+ */
+
+YAML_DECLARE(yaml_token_t *)
+yaml_parser_peek_token(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
 /** @} */
 
 /*
 AM_CPPFLAGS = -I$(top_srcdir)/include
 lib_LTLIBRARIES = libyaml.la
-libyaml_la_SOURCES = version.c api.c reader.c
+libyaml_la_SOURCES = version.c api.c reader.c scanner.c
 libyaml_la_LDFLAGS = -release $(YAML_LT_RELEASE) -version-info $(YAML_LT_CURRENT):$(YAML_LT_REVISION):$(YAML_LT_AGE)
+
+/*
+ * Introduction
+ * ************
+ *
+ * The following notes assume that you are familiar with the YAML specification
+ * (http://yaml.org/spec/cvs/current.html).  We mostly follow it, although in
+ * some cases we are less restrictive that it requires.
+ *
+ * The process of transforming a YAML stream into a sequence of events is
+ * divided on two steps: Scanning and Parsing.
+ *
+ * The Scanner transforms the input stream into a sequence of tokens, while the
+ * parser transform the sequence of tokens produced by the Scanner into a
+ * sequence of parsing events.
+ *
+ * The Scanner is rather clever and complicated. The Parser, on the contrary,
+ * is a straightforward implementation of a recursive-descendant parser (or,
+ * LL(1) parser, as it is usually called).
+ *
+ * Actually there are two issues of Scanning that might be called "clever", the
+ * rest is quite straightforward.  The issues are "block collection start" and
+ * "simple keys".  Both issues are explained below in details.
+ *
+ * Here the Scanning step is explained and implemented.  We start with the list
+ * of all the tokens produced by the Scanner together with short descriptions.
+ *
+ * Now, tokens:
+ *
+ *      STREAM-START(encoding)          # The stream start.
+ *      STREAM-END                      # The stream end.
+ *      VERSION-DIRECTIVE(major,minor)  # The '%YAML' directive.
+ *      TAG-DIRECTIVE(handle,prefix)    # The '%TAG' directive.
+ *      DOCUMENT-START                  # '---'
+ *      DOCUMENT-END                    # '...'
+ *      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START            # Indentation increase denoting a block
+ *      BLOCK-MAPPING-START             # sequence or a block mapping.
+ *      BLOCK-END                       # Indentation decrease.
+ *      FLOW-SEQUENCE-START             # '['
+ *      FLOW-SEQUENCE-END               # ']'
+ *      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START            # '{'
+ *      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-END              # '}'
+ *      BLOCK-ENTRY                     # '-'
+ *      FLOW-ENTRY                      # ','
+ *      KEY                             # '?' or nothing (simple keys).
+ *      VALUE                           # ':'
+ *      ALIAS(anchor)                   # '*anchor'
+ *      ANCHOR(anchor)                  # '&anchor'
+ *      TAG(handle,suffix)              # '!handle!suffix'
+ *      SCALAR(value,style)             # A scalar.
+ *
+ * The following two tokens are "virtual" tokens denoting the beginning and the
+ * end of the stream:
+ *
+ *      STREAM-START(encoding)
+ *      STREAM-END
+ *
+ * We pass the information about the input stream encoding with the
+ * STREAM-START token.
+ *
+ * The next two tokens are responsible for tags:
+ *
+ *      VERSION-DIRECTIVE(major,minor)
+ *      TAG-DIRECTIVE(handle,prefix)
+ *
+ * Example:
+ *
+ *      %YAML   1.1
+ *      %TAG    !   !foo
+ *      %TAG    !yaml!  tag:yaml.org,2002:
+ *      ---
+ *
+ * The correspoding sequence of tokens:
+ *
+ *      STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *      VERSION-DIRECTIVE(1,1)
+ *      TAG-DIRECTIVE("!","!foo")
+ *      TAG-DIRECTIVE("!yaml","tag:yaml.org,2002:")
+ *      DOCUMENT-START
+ *      STREAM-END
+ *
+ * Note that the VERSION-DIRECTIVE and TAG-DIRECTIVE tokens occupy a whole
+ * line.
+ *
+ * The document start and end indicators are represented by:
+ *
+ *      DOCUMENT-START
+ *      DOCUMENT-END
+ *
+ * Note that if a YAML stream contains an implicit document (without '---'
+ * and '...' indicators), no DOCUMENT-START and DOCUMENT-END tokens will be
+ * produced.
+ *
+ * In the following examples, we present whole documents together with the
+ * produced tokens.
+ *
+ *      1. An implicit document:
+ *
+ *          'a scalar'
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          SCALAR("a scalar",single-quoted)
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      2. An explicit document:
+ *
+ *          ---
+ *          'a scalar'
+ *          ...
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("a scalar",single-quoted)
+ *          DOCUMENT-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      3. Several documents in a stream:
+ *
+ *          'a scalar'
+ *          ---
+ *          'another scalar'
+ *          ---
+ *          'yet another scalar'
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          SCALAR("a scalar",single-quoted)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("another scalar",single-quoted)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("yet another scalar",single-quoted)
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ * We have already introduced the SCALAR token above.  The following tokens are
+ * used to describe aliases, anchors, tag, and scalars:
+ *
+ *      ALIAS(anchor)
+ *      ANCHOR(anchor)
+ *      TAG(handle,suffix)
+ *      SCALAR(value,style)
+ *
+ * The following series of examples illustrate the usage of these tokens:
+ *
+ *      1. A recursive sequence:
+ *
+ *          &A [ *A ]
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          ANCHOR("A")
+ *          FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          ALIAS("A")
+ *          FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      2. A tagged scalar:
+ *
+ *          !!float "3.14"  # A good approximation.
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          TAG("!!","float")
+ *          SCALAR("3.14",double-quoted)
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      3. Various scalar styles:
+ *
+ *          --- # Implicit empty plain scalars do not produce tokens.
+ *          --- a plain scalar
+ *          --- 'a single-quoted scalar'
+ *          --- "a double-quoted scalar"
+ *          --- |-
+ *            a literal scalar
+ *          --- >-
+ *            a folded
+ *            scalar
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("a plain scalar",plain)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("a single-quoted scalar",single-quoted)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("a double-quoted scalar",double-quoted)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("a literal scalar",literal)
+ *          DOCUMENT-START
+ *          SCALAR("a folded scalar",folded)
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ * Now it's time to review collection-related tokens. We will start with
+ * flow collections:
+ *
+ *      FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+ *      FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+ *      FLOW-MAPPING-START
+ *      FLOW-MAPPING-END
+ *      FLOW-ENTRY
+ *      KEY
+ *      VALUE
+ *
+ * The tokens FLOW-SEQUENCE-START, FLOW-SEQUENCE-END, FLOW-MAPPING-START, and
+ * FLOW-MAPPING-END represent the indicators '[', ']', '{', and '}'
+ * correspondingly.  FLOW-ENTRY represent the ',' indicator.  Finally the
+ * indicators '?' and ':', which are used for denoting mapping keys and values,
+ * are represented by the KEY and VALUE tokens.
+ *
+ * The following examples show flow collections:
+ *
+ *      1. A flow sequence:
+ *
+ *          [item 1, item 2, item 3]
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+ *          FLOW-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+ *          FLOW-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 3",plain)
+ *          FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      2. A flow mapping:
+ *
+ *          {
+ *              a simple key: a value,  # Note that the KEY token is produced.
+ *              ? a complex key: another value,
+ *          }
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          FLOW-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a simple key",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("a value",plain)
+ *          FLOW-ENTRY
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a complex key",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("another value",plain)
+ *          FLOW-ENTRY
+ *          FLOW-MAPPING-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ * A simple key is a key which is not denoted by the '?' indicator.  Note that
+ * the Scanner still produce the KEY token whenever it encounters a simple key.
+ *
+ * For scanning block collections, the following tokens are used (note that we
+ * repeat KEY and VALUE here):
+ *
+ *      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *      BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *      BLOCK-END
+ *      BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *      KEY
+ *      VALUE
+ *
+ * The tokens BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START and BLOCK-MAPPING-START denote indentation
+ * increase that precedes a block collection (cf. the INDENT token in Python).
+ * The token BLOCK-END denote indentation decrease that ends a block collection
+ * (cf. the DEDENT token in Python).  However YAML has some syntax pecularities
+ * that makes detections of these tokens more complex.
+ *
+ * The tokens BLOCK-ENTRY, KEY, and VALUE are used to represent the indicators
+ * '-', '?', and ':' correspondingly.
+ *
+ * The following examples show how the tokens BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START,
+ * BLOCK-MAPPING-START, and BLOCK-END are emitted by the Scanner:
+ *
+ *      1. Block sequences:
+ *
+ *          - item 1
+ *          - item 2
+ *          -
+ *            - item 3.1
+ *            - item 3.2
+ *          -
+ *            key 1: value 1
+ *            key 2: value 2
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 3.1",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 3.2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      2. Block mappings:
+ *
+ *          a simple key: a value   # The KEY token is produced here.
+ *          ? a complex key
+ *          : another value
+ *          a mapping:
+ *            key 1: value 1
+ *            key 2: value 2
+ *          a sequence:
+ *            - item 1
+ *            - item 2
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a simple key",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("a value",plain)
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a complex key",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("another value",plain)
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a mapping",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a sequence",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ * YAML does not always require to start a new block collection from a new
+ * line.  If the current line contains only '-', '?', and ':' indicators, a new
+ * block collection may start at the current line.  The following examples
+ * illustrate this case:
+ *
+ *      1. Collections in a sequence:
+ *
+ *          - - item 1
+ *            - item 2
+ *          - key 1: value 1
+ *            key 2: value 2
+ *          - ? complex key
+ *            : complex value
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("complex key")
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("complex value")
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ *      2. Collections in a mapping:
+ *
+ *          ? a sequence
+ *          : - item 1
+ *            - item 2
+ *          ? a mapping
+ *          : key 1: value 1
+ *            key 2: value 2
+ *
+ *      Tokens:
+ *
+ *          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a sequence",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("a mapping",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+ *          KEY
+ *          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+ *          VALUE
+ *          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          BLOCK-END
+ *          STREAM-END
+ *
+ * YAML also permits non-indented sequences if they are included into a block
+ * mapping.  In this case, the token BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START is not produced:
+ *
+ *      key:
+ *      - item 1    # BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START is NOT produced here.
+ *      - item 2
+ *
+ * Tokens:
+ *
+ *      STREAM-START(utf-8)
+ *      BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+ *      KEY
+ *      SCALAR("key",plain)
+ *      VALUE
+ *      BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *      SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+ *      BLOCK-ENTRY
+ *      SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+ *      BLOCK-END
+ */
+
+#if HAVE_CONFIG_H
+#include <config.h>
+#endif
+
+#include <yaml/yaml.h>
+
+#include <assert.h>
+
+/*
+ * Public API declarations.
+ */
+
+YAML_DECLARE(yaml_token_t *)
+yaml_parser_get_token(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+YAML_DECLARE(yaml_token_t *)
+yaml_parser_peek_token(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+/*
+ * High-level token API.
+ */
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_more_tokens(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_next_token(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+/*
+ * Potential simple keys.
+ */
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_stale_simple_keys(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_save_simple_key(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+/*
+ * Indentation treatment.
+ */
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_add_indent(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_remove_indent(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+/*
+ * Token fetchers.
+ */
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_stream_start(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_stream_end(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_directive(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_document_start(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_document_end(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_document_indicator(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_token_type_t type);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_sequence_start(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_mapping_start(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_start(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_token_type_t type);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_sequence_end(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_mapping_end(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_end(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_token_type_t type);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_entry(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_block_entry(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_key(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_value(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_alias(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_anchor(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_tag(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_literal_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_folded_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_block_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser, int literal);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_single_quoted_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_double_quoted_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_flow_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser, int single);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_fetch_plain_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+/*
+ * Token scanners.
+ */
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_to_next_token(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static yaml_token_t *
+yaml_parser_scan_directive(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_directive_name(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_mark_t start_mark, yaml_char_t **name);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_yaml_directive_value(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_mark_t start_mark, int *major, int *minor);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_yaml_directive_number(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_mark_t start_mark, int *number);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_tag_directive_value(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_char_t **handle, yaml_char_t **prefix);
+
+static yaml_token_t *
+yaml_parser_scan_anchor(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_token_type_t type);
+
+static yaml_token_t *
+yaml_parser_scan_tag(yaml_parser_t *parser);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_tag_handle(yaml_parser_t *parser, int directive,
+        yaml_mark_t start_mark, yaml_char_t **handle);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_tag_uri(yaml_parser_t *parser, int directive,
+        yaml_mark_t start_mark, yaml_char_t **url);
+
+static yaml_token_t *
+yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser, int literal);
+
+static int
+yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar_indicators(yaml_parser_t *parser,
+        yaml_mark_t start_mark, int *chomping, int *increment);
+
+static yaml_token_t *
+yaml_parser_scan_flow_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser, int single);
+
+static yaml_token_t *
+yaml_parser_scan_plain_scalar(yaml_parser_t *parser);
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