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#!/usr/bin/python3

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"""test_ebnf.py - tests of the ebnf module of DHParser 
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Author: Eckhart Arnold <arnold@badw.de>

Copyright 2017 Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

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.
"""

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import sys
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from multiprocessing import Pool
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sys.path.extend(['../', './'])

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from DHParser.toolkit import compile_python_object, re
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from DHParser.preprocess import nil_preprocessor
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from DHParser import compile_source
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from DHParser.error import has_errors, Error
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from DHParser.syntaxtree import WHITESPACE_PTYPE
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from DHParser.ebnf import get_ebnf_grammar, get_ebnf_transformer, EBNFTransform, \
    get_ebnf_compiler, compile_ebnf
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from DHParser.dsl import CompilationError, compileDSL, DHPARSER_IMPORTS, grammar_provider
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from DHParser.testing import grammar_unit
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class TestDirectives:
    mini_language = """
        expression =  term  { ("+" | "-") term }
        term       =  factor  { ("*" | "/") factor }
        factor     =  constant | "("  expression  ")"
        constant   =  digit { digit } [ //~ ]
        digit      = /0/ | /1/ | /2/ | /3/ | /4/ | /5/ | /6/ | /7/ | /8/ | /9/ 
        """

    def test_whitespace_linefeed(self):
        lang = "@ whitespace = linefeed\n" + self.mini_language
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        MinilangParser = grammar_provider(lang)
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        parser = MinilangParser()
        assert parser
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 * 12")
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        # parser.log_parsing_history("WSP")
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        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n * 12")
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        # parser.log_parsing_history("WSPLF")
        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n \n * 12")
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        assert syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n\n * 12")
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        assert syntax_tree.collect_errors()

    def test_whitespace_vertical(self):
        lang = "@ whitespace = vertical\n" + self.mini_language
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        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
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        assert parser
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 * 12")
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        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n * 12")
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        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n \n * 12")
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        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n\n * 12")
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        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()

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    def test_whitespace_horizontal(self):
        lang = "@ whitespace = horizontal\n" + self.mini_language
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        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
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        assert parser
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 * 12")
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        assert not syntax_tree.collect_errors()
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        syntax_tree = parser("3 + 4 \n * 12")
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        assert syntax_tree.collect_errors()

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class TestReservedSymbols:
    def test_comment_usage(self):
        lang = r"""
        @comment = /#.*(?:\n|$)/
        document = text [ COMMENT__ ]
        text = /[^#]+/
        """
        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()

    def test_whitespace(self):
        lang = r"""
        @whitespace = /\s*/
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        document = WSP_RE__ { word WSP_RE__ }
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        word = /\w+/ 
        """
        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()

    def test_mixin(self):
        lang = r"""
        @comment = /#.*(?:\n|$)/
        @whitespace = /\s*/
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        document = WSP_RE__ { word WSP_RE__ }
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        word = /\w+/ 
        """
        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
        result = parser("test # kommentar")
        assert not result.error_flag, str(result.as_sxpr())


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class TestEBNFParser:
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    cases = {
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        "list_": {
            "match": {
                1: "hund",
                2: "hund, katze,maus",
                3: "hund , katze"
            },
            "fail": {
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                4: "123",
                5: '"literal"',
                6: "/regexp/"
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        }
    }

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    def setup(self):
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        self.EBNF = get_ebnf_grammar()
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    def test_RE(self):
        gr = get_ebnf_grammar()
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        m = gr.regexp.parsers[0].regexp.match(r'/[\\\\]/ xxx /')
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        rs = m.group()
        assert rs.find('x') < 0, rs.group()
        rx = re.compile(rs[1:-1])
        assert rx.match(r'\\')
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    def test_literal(self):
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        snippet = '"text" '
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        result = self.EBNF(snippet, 'literal')
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        assert not result.error_flag
        assert str(result) == snippet
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        assert result.select(lambda node: node.parser.ptype == WHITESPACE_PTYPE)
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        result = self.EBNF('"text" ', 'literal')
        assert not result.error_flag
        result = self.EBNF(' "text"', 'literal')
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    def test_plaintext(self):
        result = self.EBNF('`plain`', 'plaintext')
        assert not result.error_flag

    def test_list(self):
        grammar_unit(self.cases, get_ebnf_grammar, get_ebnf_transformer)


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class TestParserNameOverwriteBug:
    def test_term_bug(self):
        grammar = get_ebnf_grammar()
        st = grammar('impossible = [§"an optional requirement"]')
        # print(st.as_sxpr())
        get_ebnf_transformer()(st)
        # print(st.as_sxpr())
        lang = """series = "A" "B" §"C" "D"
        """
        parser = get_ebnf_grammar()
        st = grammar(lang)
        # print(st.as_sxpr())
        get_ebnf_transformer()(st)
        # print(st.as_sxpr())
        result = get_ebnf_compiler()(st)
        messages = st.collect_errors()
        assert not has_errors(messages), str(messages)


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class TestSemanticValidation:
    def check(self, minilang, bool_filter=lambda x: x):
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        grammar = get_ebnf_grammar()
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        st = grammar(minilang)
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        assert not st.collect_errors()
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        EBNFTransform()(st)
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        assert bool_filter(st.collect_errors())

    def test_illegal_nesting(self):
        self.check('impossible = { [ "an optional requirement" ] }')

    def test_illegal_nesting_option_required(self):
        self.check('impossible = [ §"an optional requirement" ]')

    def test_illegal_nesting_oneormore_option(self):
        self.check('impossible = { [ "no use"] }+')

    def test_legal_nesting(self):
        self.check('possible = { [ "+" ] "1" }', lambda x: not x)


class TestCompilerErrors:
    def test_error_propagation(self):
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        ebnf = "@ literalws = wrongvalue  # testing error propagation\n"
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        result, messages, st = compile_source(ebnf, None, get_ebnf_grammar(),
            get_ebnf_transformer(), get_ebnf_compiler('ErrorPropagationTest'))
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    def test_undefined_symbols(self):
        """Use of undefined symbols should be reported.
        """
        ebnf = """syntax = { intermediary }
                  intermediary = "This symbol is " [ badly_spelled ] "!"
                  bedly_spilled = "wrong" """
        result, messages, st = compile_source(ebnf, None, get_ebnf_grammar(),
            get_ebnf_transformer(), get_ebnf_compiler('UndefinedSymbols'))
        assert messages

    def test_no_error(self):
        """But reserved symbols should not be repoted as undefined.
        """
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        ebnf = """nothing =  WSP_RE__ | COMMENT__\n"""
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        result, messages, st = compile_source(ebnf, None, get_ebnf_grammar(),
            get_ebnf_transformer(), get_ebnf_compiler('UndefinedSymbols'))
        assert not bool(messages), messages

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class TestSelfHosting:
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    grammar = r"""
        # EBNF-Grammar in EBNF

        @ comment    =  /#.*(?:\n|$)/                    # comments start with '#' and eat all chars up to and including '\n'
        @ whitespace =  /\s*/                            # whitespace includes linefeed
        @ literalws  =  right                            # trailing whitespace of literals will be ignored tacitly

        syntax     =  [~//] { definition | directive } §EOF
        definition =  symbol §"=" expression
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        directive  =  "@" §symbol "=" ( regexp | literal | list_ )
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        expression =  term { "|" term }
        term       =  { factor }+
        factor     =  [flowmarker] [retrieveop] symbol !"="   # negative lookahead to be sure it's not a definition
                    | [flowmarker] literal
                    | [flowmarker] regexp
                    | [flowmarker] group
                    | [flowmarker] regexchain
                    | [flowmarker] oneormore
                    | repetition
                    | option

        flowmarker =  "!"  | "&"  | "§" |                # '!' negative lookahead, '&' positive lookahead, '§' required
                      "-!" | "-&"                        # '-' negative lookbehind, '-&' positive lookbehind
        retrieveop =  "::" | ":"                         # '::' pop, ':' retrieve

        group      =  "(" expression §")"
        regexchain =  ">" expression §"<"                # compiles "expression" into a singular regular expression
        oneormore  =  "{" expression "}+"
        repetition =  "{" expression §"}"
        option     =  "[" expression §"]"

        symbol     =  /(?!\d)\w+/~                       # e.g. expression, factor, parameter_list
        literal    =  /"(?:[^"]|\\")*?"/~                # e.g. "(", '+', 'while'
                    | /'(?:[^']|\\')*?'/~                # whitespace following literals will be ignored tacitly.
        regexp     =  /~?\/(?:[^\/]|(?<=\\)\/)*\/~?/~    # e.g. /\w+/, ~/#.*(?:\n|$)/~
                                                         # '~' is a whitespace-marker, if present leading or trailing
                                                         # whitespace of a regular expression will be ignored tacitly.
        list_      =  /\w+/~ { "," /\w+/~ }              # comma separated list of symbols, e.g. BEGIN_LIST, END_LIST,
                                                         # BEGIN_QUOTE, END_QUOTE ; see CommonMark/markdown.py for an exmaple
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        EOF =  !/./
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        """

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    def test_self(self):
        compiler_name = "EBNF"
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        compiler = get_ebnf_compiler(compiler_name, self.grammar)
        parser = get_ebnf_grammar()
        result, errors, syntax_tree = compile_source(self.grammar, None, parser,
                                            get_ebnf_transformer(), compiler)
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        assert not errors, str(errors)
        # compile the grammar again using the result of the previous
        # compilation as parser
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    def multiprocessing_task(self):
        compiler_name = "EBNF"
        compiler = get_ebnf_compiler(compiler_name, self.grammar)
        parser = get_ebnf_grammar()
        result, errors, syntax_tree = compile_source(self.grammar, None, parser,
                                            get_ebnf_transformer(), compiler)
        return errors

    def test_multiprocessing(self):
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        with Pool() as pool:
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            res = [pool.apply_async(self.multiprocessing_task, ()) for i in range(4)]
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            errors = [r.get(timeout=10) for r in res]
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        for i, e in enumerate(errors):
            assert not e, ("%i: " % i) + str(e)
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class TestBoundaryCases:
    def setup(self):
        self.gr = get_ebnf_grammar()
        self.tr = get_ebnf_transformer()
        self.cp = get_ebnf_compiler()

    def test_empty_grammar(self):
        t = self.gr("")
        self.tr(t)
        r = self.cp(t)
        assert r

    def test_single_statement_grammar(self):
        t = self.gr("i = /i/")
        self.tr(t)
        r = self.cp(t)
        assert r

    def test_two_statement_grammar(self):
        t = self.gr("i = k {k}\nk = /k/")
        self.tr(t)
        r = self.cp(t)
        assert r

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    def test_unconnected_symbols(self):
        ebnf = """root = /.*/
                  unconnected = /.*/
        """
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        result, messages, AST = compile_source(ebnf, nil_preprocessor,
                                               get_ebnf_grammar(),
                                               get_ebnf_transformer(),
                                               get_ebnf_compiler())
        if messages:
            assert not has_errors(messages), "Unconnected rules should result in a warning, " \
                "not an error: " + str(messages)
            grammar_src = result
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            grammar = compile_python_object(DHPARSER_IMPORTS + grammar_src,
                                            'get_(?:\w+_)?grammar$')()
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        else:
            assert False, "EBNF compiler should warn about unconnected rules."

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        assert grammar['root'], "Grammar objects should be subscriptable by parser names!"
        try:
            unconnected = grammar['unconnected']
        except KeyError:
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            assert False, "Grammar objects should be able to cope with unconnected parsers!"
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        try:
            nonexistant = grammar['nonexistant']
            assert False, "Grammar object shoul raise a KeyError if subscripted by " \
                          "a non-existant parser name!"
        except KeyError:
            pass
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class TestSynonymDetection:
    def test_synonym_detection(self):
        ebnf = """a = b
                  b = /b/
        """
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        assert grammar['a'].name == 'a', grammar['a'].name
        assert grammar['b'].name == 'b', grammar['b'].name
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class TestFlowControlOperators:
    def setup(self):
        self.t1 = """
        All work and no play 
        makes Jack a dull boy
        END
        """
        self.t2 = "All word and not play makes Jack a dull boy END\n"

    def test_lookbehind_indirect(self):
        lang = r"""
            document = ws sequence doc_end ws         
            sequence = { !end word ws }+
            doc_end  = -&SUCC_LB end        
            ws       = /\s*/
            end      = /END/
            word     = /\w+/
            SUCC_LB  = indirection
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        """
        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
        cst = parser(self.t1)
        assert not cst.error_flag, cst.as_sxpr()
        cst = parser(self.t2)
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    def test_required_error_reporting(self):
        """Tests whether failures to comply with the required operator '§'
        are correctly reported as such.
        """
        lang1 = "nonsense == /\w+/~  # wrong_equal_sign"
        lang2 = "nonsense = [^{}%]+  # someone forgot the '/'-delimiters for regular expressions"
        try:
            parser_class = grammar_provider(lang1)
            assert False, "Compilation error expected."
        except CompilationError as error:
            pass
        try:
            parser_class = grammar_provider(lang2)
            assert False, "Compilation error expected."
        except CompilationError as error:
            pass

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class TestWhitespace:
    def test_whitespace(self):
        tail = r"""
            WORD     =  /\w+/~
            EOF      =  !/./
        """
        lang1 = r'document = "DOC" { WORD } EOF' + tail
        parser = grammar_provider(lang1)()
        cst = parser("DOC Wörter Wörter Wörter")
        assert not cst.error_flag
        cst = parser("DOCWörter Wörter Wörter")
        assert not cst.error_flag

        lang2 = r'document = `DOC` { WORD } EOF' + tail
        parser = grammar_provider(lang2)()
        cst = parser("DOC Wörter Wörter Wörter")
        assert cst.error_flag
        cst = parser("DOCWörter Wörter Wörter")
        assert not cst.error_flag

        lang3 = r'document = `DOC` ~ { WORD } EOF' + tail
        parser = grammar_provider(lang3)()
        cst = parser("DOC Wörter Wörter Wörter")
        assert not cst.error_flag
        cst = parser("DOCWörter Wörter Wörter")
        assert not cst.error_flag


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class TestAllSome:
    def test_all(self):
        ebnf = 'prefix = <"A" "B">'
        grammar = grammar_provider(ebnf)()
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    def test_some(self):
        ebnf = 'prefix = <"A" | "B">'
        grammar = grammar_provider(ebnf)()
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        assert grammar('B').content == 'B'
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class TestErrorCustomization:
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    """
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    error codes and messages that are more helptful to the user.
    """
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    def test_customized_mandatory_continuation(self):
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        lang = """
            document = series | /.*/
            @series_error = "a user defined error message"
            series = "X" | head §"C" "D"
            head = "A" "B"
            """
        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
        st = parser("X");  assert not st.error_flag
        st = parser("ABCD");  assert not st.error_flag
        st = parser("A_CD");  assert not st.error_flag
        st = parser("AB_D");  assert st.error_flag
        assert st.collect_errors()[0].code == Error.MANDATORY_CONTINUATION
        assert st.collect_errors()[0].message == "a user defined error message"
        # transitivity of mandatory-operator
        st = parser("ABC_");  assert st.error_flag
        assert st.collect_errors()[0].code == Error.MANDATORY_CONTINUATION
        assert st.collect_errors()[0].message == "a user defined error message"

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    def test_customized_error_case_sensitive(self):
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        lang = """
            document = Series | /.*/
            @Series_error = "a user defined error message"
            Series = "X" | head §"C" "D"
            head = "A" "B"
            """
        parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
        st = parser("ABC_");  assert st.error_flag
        assert st.collect_errors()[0].code == Error.MANDATORY_CONTINUATION
        assert st.collect_errors()[0].message == "a user defined error message"

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    def test_ambiguous_error_customization(self):
        lang = """
            document = series 
            @series_error = "ambiguous error message: does it apply to 'one' or 'two'?"
            series = "A" § "B" "C" | "X" § "Y" "Z" 
            """
        try:
            parser = grammar_provider(lang)()
            assert False, "CompilationError because of ambiguous error message exptected!"
        except CompilationError as compilation_error:
            err = next(compilation_error.errors)
            assert err.code == Error.AMBIGUOUS_ERROR_MSG, str(compilation_error)

    def test_unsed_error_customization(self):
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        lang = """
            document = series | other
            @other_error = "a user defined error message"
            series = "A" § "B" "C"
            other = "X" | "Y" | "Z"
            """
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class TestCustomizedResumeParsing:
    def setup(self):
        lang = """
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        @ alpha_resume = 'BETA', GAMMA_STR
        @ beta_resume = GAMMA_RE
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        document = alpha [beta] gamma "."
          alpha = "ALPHA" abc
            abc = §"a" "b" "c"
          beta = "BETA" (bac | bca)
            bac = "b" "a" §"c"
            bca = "b" "c" §"a"
          gamma = "GAMMA" §(cab | cba)
            cab = "c" "a" §"b"
            cba = "c" "b" §"a"
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        try:
            self.gr = grammar_provider(lang)()
        except CompilationError as ce:
            print(ce)

    def test_several_resume_rules_innermost_rule_matching(self):
        gr = self.gr
        content = 'ALPHA abc BETA bad GAMMA cab .'
        cst = gr(content)
        # print(cst.as_sxpr())
        assert cst.error_flag
        assert cst.content == content
        assert cst.pick('alpha').content.startswith('ALPHA')
        # because of resuming, there should be only on error message
        assert len(cst.collect_errors()) == 1
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        content = 'ALPHA acb BETA bad GAMMA cab .'
        cst = gr(content)
        # print(cst.as_sxpr())
        assert cst.error_flag
        assert cst.content == content
        assert cst.pick('alpha').content.startswith('ALPHA')
        # because of resuming, there should be only on error message
        assert len(cst.collect_errors()) == 2

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        cst = gr(content)
        # print(cst.as_sxpr())
        assert cst.error_flag
        assert cst.content == content
        assert cst.pick('alpha').content.startswith('ALPHA')
        # because of resuming, there should be only on error message
        assert len(cst.collect_errors()) == 1

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