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rst-selector-parser

v2.2.3

Published

A CSS-based selector parser for React Standard Tree (RST) traversal

Downloads

6,905,208

Readme

rst-selector-parser

This is a fork of scalpel intended for use with enzyme for traversing a React Standard Tree (RST) using CSS selectors, with minor divergences.

Usage

import {
  createGenerator,
  createParser
} from 'rst-selector-parser';

const generator = createGenerator();
const parser = createParser();

const tokens: Array<SelectorTokenType | CombinatorTokenType> = parser.parse('.foo.bar');

// [
//   {
//     type: 'selector',
//     body: [
//       {
//         type: 'classSelector',
//         name: 'foo'
//       },
//       {
//         type: 'classSelector',
//         name: 'bar'
//       }
//     ]
//   }
// ]

const selector: string = generator.generate(token);

// .foo.bar

Note:

For programmatic type definitions, refer to ./src/types.js.

Token types

|Type|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |adjacentSiblingCombinator|An adjacent sibling combinator.|.baz0 + .baz1| |attributePresenceSelector|An attribute presence selector.|[qux]| |attributeValueSelector|An attribute value selector.|[qux=val], [qux~=val]| |childCombinator|A child combinator.|.baz0 > .baz1| |classSelector|A class selector.|.baz| |descendantCombinator|A descendant combinator.|.baz0 .baz1| |generalSiblingCombinator|A general sibling combinator.|.baz0 ~ .baz1| |idSelector|An ID selector|#bar| |pseudoClassSelector|A pseudo-class selector.|:corge, :corge(), :corge(val0, 'val1', "val2")| |pseudoElementSelector|A pseudo-element selector.|::grault| |typeSelector|A type selector.|foo| |universalSelector|A universal selector.|*|

Fields

Tokens have fields that describe additional information about the token. Fields are token type specific.

adjacentSiblingCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"adjacentSiblingCombinator"|

attributePresenceSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the element attribute.|"qux" in [qux]| |type|Name of the token type.|"attributePresenceSelector"|

attributeValueSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the element attribute.|"qux" in [qux]| |operator|Operator of the expression.|"*=" in [qux*=val]| |type|Name of the token type.|"attributeValueSelector"| |value|Value of the expression.|"val" in [qux=val]|

childCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"childCombinator"|

classSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Class name.|"baz" in .baz[qux]| |type|Name of the token type.|"classSelector"|

descendantCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"descendantCombinator"|

generalSiblingCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"generalSiblingCombinator"|

idSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the ID.|"bar" in #bar:corge()| |type|Name of the token type.|"idSelector"|

pseudoClassSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the pseudo-class.|"corge" in #bar:corge()| |parameters|Array of parameter values.|"var0", "var1" and "var2" in :corge(var0, 'var1', "var2")| |type|Name of the token type.|"pseudoClassSelector"|

pseudoElementSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the pseudo-element.|"grault" in #bar::grault| |type|Name of the token type.|"pseudoElementSelector"|

typeSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the node.|"foo" in foo#bar.baz| |type|Name of the token type.|"typeSelector"|

universalSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"universalSelector"|

Development

git pull [email protected]:gajus/scalpel.git
cd ./scalpel
npm install
npm run test

The parser grammar is in the ./src/grammar.ne file. After making changes to the parser grammar, you need to compile the parser using npm run compile-grammar command.

Note:

This parser could be extended to support the entire CSS grammar. I don't have such a use case. However, should you want to add new grammar, raise an issue.

Usage

import {
  createGenerator,
  createParser
} from 'scalpel';

const generator = createGenerator();
const parser = createParser();

const tokens: Array<SelectorTokenType | CombinatorTokenType> = parser.parse('.foo.bar');

// [
//   {
//     type: 'selector',
//     body: [
//       {
//         type: 'classSelector',
//         name: 'foo'
//       },
//       {
//         type: 'classSelector',
//         name: 'bar'
//       }
//     ]
//   }
// ]

const selector: string = generator.generate(token);

// .foo.bar

Note:

For programmatic type definitions, refer to ./src/types.js.

Token types

|Type|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |adjacentSiblingCombinator|An adjacent sibling combinator.|.baz0 + .baz1| |attributePresenceSelector|An attribute presence selector.|[qux]| |attributeValueSelector|An attribute value selector.|[qux=val], [qux~=val]| |childCombinator|A child combinator.|.baz0 > .baz1| |classSelector|A class selector.|.baz| |descendantCombinator|A descendant combinator.|.baz0 .baz1| |generalSiblingCombinator|A general sibling combinator.|.baz0 ~ .baz1| |idSelector|An ID selector|#bar| |pseudoClassSelector|A pseudo-class selector.|:corge, :corge(), :corge(val0, 'val1', "val2")| |pseudoElementSelector|A pseudo-element selector.|::grault| |typeSelector|A type selector.|foo| |universalSelector|A universal selector.|*|

Fields

Tokens have fields that describe additional information about the token. Fields are token type specific.

adjacentSiblingCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"adjacentSiblingCombinator"|

attributePresenceSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the element attribute.|"qux" in [qux]| |type|Name of the token type.|"attributePresenceSelector"|

attributeValueSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the element attribute.|"qux" in [qux]| |operator|Operator of the expression.|"*=" in [qux*=val]| |type|Name of the token type.|"attributeValueSelector"| |value|Value of the expression.|"val" in [qux=val]|

childCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"childCombinator"|

classSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Class name.|"baz" in .baz[qux]| |type|Name of the token type.|"classSelector"|

descendantCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"descendantCombinator"|

generalSiblingCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"generalSiblingCombinator"|

idSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the ID.|"bar" in #bar:corge()| |type|Name of the token type.|"idSelector"|

pseudoClassSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the pseudo-class.|"corge" in #bar:corge()| |parameters|Array of parameter values.|"var0", "var1" and "var2" in :corge(var0, 'var1', "var2")| |type|Name of the token type.|"pseudoClassSelector"|

pseudoElementSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the pseudo-element.|"grault" in #bar::grault| |type|Name of the token type.|"pseudoElementSelector"|

typeSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the node.|"foo" in foo#bar.baz| |type|Name of the token type.|"typeSelector"|

universalSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"universalSelector"|

Development

git pull [email protected]:gajus/scalpel.git
cd ./scalpel
npm install
npm run test

The parser grammar is in the ./src/grammar.ne file. After making changes to the parser grammar, you need to compile the parser using npm run compile-grammar command.

Note:

This parser could be extended to support the entire CSS grammar. I don't have such a use case. However, should you want to add new grammar, raise an issue.

Usage

import {
  createGenerator,
  createParser
} from 'scalpel';

const generator = createGenerator();
const parser = createParser();

const tokens: Array<SelectorTokenType | CombinatorTokenType> = parser.parse('.foo.bar');

// [
//   {
//     type: 'selector',
//     body: [
//       {
//         type: 'classSelector',
//         name: 'foo'
//       },
//       {
//         type: 'classSelector',
//         name: 'bar'
//       }
//     ]
//   }
// ]

const selector: string = generator.generate(token);

// .foo.bar

Note:

For programmatic type definitions, refer to ./src/types.js.

Token types

|Type|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |adjacentSiblingCombinator|An adjacent sibling combinator.|.baz0 + .baz1| |attributePresenceSelector|An attribute presence selector.|[qux]| |attributeValueSelector|An attribute value selector.|[qux=val], [qux~=val]| |childCombinator|A child combinator.|.baz0 > .baz1| |classSelector|A class selector.|.baz| |descendantCombinator|A descendant combinator.|.baz0 .baz1| |generalSiblingCombinator|A general sibling combinator.|.baz0 ~ .baz1| |idSelector|An ID selector|#bar| |pseudoClassSelector|A pseudo-class selector.|:corge, :corge(), :corge(val0, 'val1', "val2")| |pseudoElementSelector|A pseudo-element selector.|::grault| |typeSelector|A type selector.|foo| |universalSelector|A universal selector.|*|

Fields

Tokens have fields that describe additional information about the token. Fields are token type specific.

adjacentSiblingCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"adjacentSiblingCombinator"|

attributePresenceSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the element attribute.|"qux" in [qux]| |type|Name of the token type.|"attributePresenceSelector"|

attributeValueSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the element attribute.|"qux" in [qux]| |operator|Operator of the expression.|"*=" in [qux*=val]| |type|Name of the token type.|"attributeValueSelector"| |value|Value of the expression.|"val" in [qux=val]|

childCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"childCombinator"|

classSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Class name.|"baz" in .baz[qux]| |type|Name of the token type.|"classSelector"|

descendantCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"descendantCombinator"|

generalSiblingCombinator

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"generalSiblingCombinator"|

idSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the ID.|"bar" in #bar:corge()| |type|Name of the token type.|"idSelector"|

pseudoClassSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the pseudo-class.|"corge" in #bar:corge()| |parameters|Array of parameter values.|"var0", "var1" and "var2" in :corge(var0, 'var1', "var2")| |type|Name of the token type.|"pseudoClassSelector"|

pseudoElementSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the pseudo-element.|"grault" in #bar::grault| |type|Name of the token type.|"pseudoElementSelector"|

typeSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |name|Name of the node.|"foo" in foo#bar.baz| |type|Name of the token type.|"typeSelector"|

universalSelector

|Name|Description|Example| |---|---|---| |type|Name of the token type.|"universalSelector"|

Development

git pull [email protected]:gajus/scalpel.git
cd ./scalpel
npm install
npm run test

The parser grammar is in the ./src/grammar.ne file. After making changes to the parser grammar, you need to compile the parser using npm run compile-grammar command.