Fixed parsing of interface section behaviors

pull/7/head
Sasha Koshka 3 months ago
parent 1f88b54eaa
commit 39f8d7e4ac
  1. 2
      examples/full/main.arf
  2. 17
      parser/face.go

@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ data pv helloText:String "Hello, world!"
# this is a struct definition
objt ro Greeter:Obj
wr text:String "Hi."
rw text:String "Hi."
# this is a function
func ro main

@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ func (parser *ParsingOperation) parseFaceSection () (
if err != nil { return }
section.inherits = parser.token.Value().(string)
if err != nil { return }
err = parser.expect(lexer.TokenKindNewline)
err = parser.nextToken(lexer.TokenKindNewline)
if err != nil { return }
err = parser.nextToken()
if err != nil { return }
@ -46,8 +46,6 @@ func (parser *ParsingOperation) parseFaceSection () (
if parser.token.Value().(int) != 1 { return }
// parse behavior
err = parser.nextToken(lexer.TokenKindName)
if err != nil { return }
behaviorBeginning := parser.token.Location()
var behavior FaceBehavior
behavior, err = parser.parseFaceBehavior()
@ -74,18 +72,21 @@ func (parser *ParsingOperation) parseFaceBehavior () (
behavior FaceBehavior,
err error,
) {
err = parser.expect(lexer.TokenKindIndent)
if err != nil { return }
// get name
err = parser.nextToken(lexer.TokenKindName)
if err != nil { return }
behavior.name = parser.token.Value().(string)
err = parser.nextToken(lexer.TokenKindNewline)
if err != nil { return }
err = parser.nextToken()
if err != nil { return }
for {
err = parser.nextToken(lexer.TokenKindNewline)
if err != nil { return }
// if we've left the block, stop parsing
err = parser.nextToken()
if err != nil { return }
if !parser.token.Is(lexer.TokenKindIndent) { return }
if parser.token.Value().(int) != 2 { return }