#ifndef REGEXIMPL_H_62B23520_7C8E_11DE_8A39_0800200C9A66
#define REGEXIMPL_H_62B23520_7C8E_11DE_8A39_0800200C9A66

#if !defined(__GNUC__) || (__GNUC__ == 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 4) || (__GNUC__ >= 4) // GCC supports "pragma once" correctly since 3.4
#pragma once
#endif


#include "stream.h"
#include "stringsource.h"
#include "streamcharsource.h"

namespace YAML
{
	// query matches
	inline bool RegEx::Matches(char ch) const {
		std::string str;
		str += ch;
		return Matches(str);
	}
	
	inline bool RegEx::Matches(const std::string& str) const {
		return Match(str) >= 0;
	}
	
	inline bool RegEx::Matches(const Stream& in) const {
		return Match(in) >= 0;
	}

	template <typename Source>
	inline bool RegEx::Matches(const Source& source) const {
		return Match(source) >= 0;
	}

	// Match
	// . Matches the given string against this regular expression.
	// . Returns the number of characters matched.
	// . Returns -1 if no characters were matched (the reason for
	//   not returning zero is that we may have an empty regex
	//   which is ALWAYS successful at matching zero characters).
	// . REMEMBER that we only match from the start of the buffer!	
	inline int RegEx::Match(const std::string& str) const
	{
		StringCharSource source(str.c_str(), str.size());
		return Match(source);
	}
	
	inline int RegEx::Match(const Stream& in) const
	{
		StreamCharSource source(in);
		return Match(source);
	}

	template <typename Source>
	inline bool RegEx::IsValidSource(const Source& source) const
	{
		return source;
	}
	
	template<>
	inline bool RegEx::IsValidSource<StringCharSource>(const StringCharSource&source) const
	{
		switch(m_op) {
			case REGEX_MATCH:
			case REGEX_RANGE:
				return source;
			default:
				return true;
		}
	}

	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::Match(const Source& source) const
	{
		return IsValidSource(source) ? MatchUnchecked(source) : -1;
	}
	
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchUnchecked(const Source& source) const
	{
		switch(m_op) {
			case REGEX_EMPTY:
				return MatchOpEmpty(source);
			case REGEX_MATCH:
				return MatchOpMatch(source);
			case REGEX_RANGE:
				return MatchOpRange(source);
			case REGEX_OR:
				return MatchOpOr(source);
			case REGEX_AND:
				return MatchOpAnd(source);
			case REGEX_NOT:
				return MatchOpNot(source);
			case REGEX_SEQ:
				return MatchOpSeq(source);
		}
		
		return -1;
	}

	//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
	// Operators
	// Note: the convention MatchOp*<Source> is that we can assume IsSourceValid(source).
	//       So we do all our checks *before* we call these functions
	
	// EmptyOperator
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpEmpty(const Source& source) const {
		return source[0] == Stream::eof() ? 0 : -1;
	}
	
	template <>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpEmpty<StringCharSource>(const StringCharSource& source) const {
		return !source ? 0 : -1;  // the empty regex only is successful on the empty string
	}

	// MatchOperator
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpMatch(const Source& source) const {
		if(source[0] != m_a)
			return -1;
		return 1;
	}
	
	// RangeOperator
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpRange(const Source& source) const {
		if(m_a > source[0] || m_z < source[0])
			return -1;
		return 1;
	}
	
	// OrOperator
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpOr(const Source& source) const {
		for(std::size_t i=0;i<m_params.size();i++) {
			int n = m_params[i].MatchUnchecked(source);
			if(n >= 0)
				return n;
		}
		return -1;
	}
	
	// AndOperator
	// Note: 'AND' is a little funny, since we may be required to match things
	//       of different lengths. If we find a match, we return the length of
	//       the FIRST entry on the list.
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpAnd(const Source& source) const {
		int first = -1;
		for(std::size_t i=0;i<m_params.size();i++) {
			int n = m_params[i].MatchUnchecked(source);
			if(n == -1)
				return -1;
			if(i == 0)
				first = n;
		}
		return first;
	}
	
	// NotOperator
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpNot(const Source& source) const {
		if(m_params.empty())
			return -1;
		if(m_params[0].MatchUnchecked(source) >= 0)
			return -1;
		return 1;
	}
	
	// SeqOperator
	template <typename Source>
	inline int RegEx::MatchOpSeq(const Source& source) const {
		int offset = 0;
		for(std::size_t i=0;i<m_params.size();i++) {
			int n = m_params[i].Match(source + offset); // note Match, not MatchUnchecked because we need to check validity after the offset
			if(n == -1)
				return -1;
			offset += n;
		}
		
		return offset;
	}
}

#endif // REGEXIMPL_H_62B23520_7C8E_11DE_8A39_0800200C9A66