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//TODO: per-item discounts
var express = require('express')
var app = express()
var testData =
{
number: 247,
date: "1st May 2016",
dateDue: "28th May 2016",
myDetails: "Alfie Pates\n1 Address Way\nTestville, AB12 3CD" + "\n" + "01234 567 890",
customerAddress: "ACME Customer Inc.\nCustomer Building\n14 Customer Street\nPaymenow, FF22 2FF",
careOf: "Caroline Accounting",
items: [
{
name: "test item one",
rate: "£100.00",
quantity: "1",
subtotal: "£100.00"
},
{
name: "test item two",
category: "test category",
rate: "£5.00",
quantity: "1",
subtotal: "£10.00"
},
{
name: "test hourly item",
category: "hourly items",
rate: "£15.00",
rateSuffix: "/hr",
quantity: "8",
quantitySuffix: "hrs",
subtotal: "£120.00"
},
{
name: "test item with comment",
comment: "here is a long test comment with some newlines. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex\n ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat \n non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.",
rate: "£1.50",
quantity: "1",
subtotal: "£1.50"
}
],
// subtotal before discounts, £231.50
discounts: [
{
percentage: "10%",
amount: "-£23.15"
}
],
subtotal: "£208.35",
taxes: [
{
name: "VAT",
rate: "20%",
amount: "£250.02"
}
],
shipping: [
{
name: "Royal Mail First Class",
amount: "£4.00"
}
],
payments: [
{
type: "Cash",
amount: "-£50.02",
}
],
balanceDue: "£200.00",
comments: "Here's a test\nmulti-line\ncomment!",
terms: "Payment due within 28 days from date of invoice."
};
app.set('view engine', 'jade');
app.use('/static', express.static('static'));
app.get('/', function(req, res) {
res.render('invoice', testData);
});
app.listen(3000, function() {
console.log('Listening on Port 3000!')
});

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1.2.13 / 2015-09-06
===================
* deps: mime-types@~2.1.6
- deps: mime-db@~1.18.0
1.2.12 / 2015-07-30
===================
* deps: mime-types@~2.1.4
- deps: mime-db@~1.16.0
1.2.11 / 2015-07-16
===================
* deps: mime-types@~2.1.3
- deps: mime-db@~1.15.0
1.2.10 / 2015-07-01
===================
* deps: mime-types@~2.1.2
- deps: mime-db@~1.14.0
1.2.9 / 2015-06-08
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.1.1
- perf: fix deopt during mapping
1.2.8 / 2015-06-07
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.1.0
- deps: mime-db@~1.13.0
* perf: avoid argument reassignment & argument slice
* perf: avoid negotiator recursive construction
* perf: enable strict mode
* perf: remove unnecessary bitwise operator
1.2.7 / 2015-05-10
==================
* deps: negotiator@0.5.3
- Fix media type parameter matching to be case-insensitive
1.2.6 / 2015-05-07
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.11
- deps: mime-db@~1.9.1
* deps: negotiator@0.5.2
- Fix comparing media types with quoted values
- Fix splitting media types with quoted commas
1.2.5 / 2015-03-13
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.10
- deps: mime-db@~1.8.0
1.2.4 / 2015-02-14
==================
* Support Node.js 0.6
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.9
- deps: mime-db@~1.7.0
* deps: negotiator@0.5.1
- Fix preference sorting to be stable for long acceptable lists
1.2.3 / 2015-01-31
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.8
- deps: mime-db@~1.6.0
1.2.2 / 2014-12-30
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.7
- deps: mime-db@~1.5.0
1.2.1 / 2014-12-30
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.5
- deps: mime-db@~1.3.1
1.2.0 / 2014-12-19
==================
* deps: negotiator@0.5.0
- Fix list return order when large accepted list
- Fix missing identity encoding when q=0 exists
- Remove dynamic building of Negotiator class
1.1.4 / 2014-12-10
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.4
- deps: mime-db@~1.3.0
1.1.3 / 2014-11-09
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.3
- deps: mime-db@~1.2.0
1.1.2 / 2014-10-14
==================
* deps: negotiator@0.4.9
- Fix error when media type has invalid parameter
1.1.1 / 2014-09-28
==================
* deps: mime-types@~2.0.2
- deps: mime-db@~1.1.0
* deps: negotiator@0.4.8
- Fix all negotiations to be case-insensitive
- Stable sort preferences of same quality according to client order
1.1.0 / 2014-09-02
==================
* update `mime-types`
1.0.7 / 2014-07-04
==================
* Fix wrong type returned from `type` when match after unknown extension
1.0.6 / 2014-06-24
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* deps: negotiator@0.4.7
1.0.5 / 2014-06-20
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* fix crash when unknown extension given
1.0.4 / 2014-06-19
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* use `mime-types`
1.0.3 / 2014-06-11
==================
* deps: negotiator@0.4.6
- Order by specificity when quality is the same
1.0.2 / 2014-05-29
==================
* Fix interpretation when header not in request
* deps: pin negotiator@0.4.5
1.0.1 / 2014-01-18
==================
* Identity encoding isn't always acceptable
* deps: negotiator@~0.4.0
1.0.0 / 2013-12-27
==================
* Genesis

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(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2014 Jonathan Ong <me@jongleberry.com>
Copyright (c) 2015 Douglas Christopher Wilson <doug@somethingdoug.com>
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
'Software'), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED 'AS IS', WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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# accepts
[![NPM Version][npm-image]][npm-url]
[![NPM Downloads][downloads-image]][downloads-url]
[![Node.js Version][node-version-image]][node-version-url]
[![Build Status][travis-image]][travis-url]
[![Test Coverage][coveralls-image]][coveralls-url]
Higher level content negotiation based on [negotiator](https://www.npmjs.com/package/negotiator). Extracted from [koa](https://www.npmjs.com/package/koa) for general use.
In addition to negotiator, it allows:
- Allows types as an array or arguments list, ie `(['text/html', 'application/json'])` as well as `('text/html', 'application/json')`.
- Allows type shorthands such as `json`.
- Returns `false` when no types match
- Treats non-existent headers as `*`
## Installation
```sh
npm install accepts
```
## API
```js
var accepts = require('accepts')
```
### accepts(req)
Create a new `Accepts` object for the given `req`.
#### .charset(charsets)
Return the first accepted charset. If nothing in `charsets` is accepted,
then `false` is returned.
#### .charsets()
Return the charsets that the request accepts, in the order of the client's
preference (most preferred first).
#### .encoding(encodings)
Return the first accepted encoding. If nothing in `encodings` is accepted,
then `false` is returned.
#### .encodings()
Return the encodings that the request accepts, in the order of the client's
preference (most preferred first).
#### .language(languages)
Return the first accepted language. If nothing in `languages` is accepted,
then `false` is returned.
#### .languages()
Return the languages that the request accepts, in the order of the client's
preference (most preferred first).
#### .type(types)
Return the first accepted type (and it is returned as the same text as what
appears in the `types` array). If nothing in `types` is accepted, then `false`
is returned.
The `types` array can contain full MIME types or file extensions. Any value
that is not a full MIME types is passed to `require('mime-types').lookup`.
#### .types()
Return the types that the request accepts, in the order of the client's
preference (most preferred first).
## Examples
### Simple type negotiation
This simple example shows how to use `accepts` to return a different typed
respond body based on what the client wants to accept. The server lists it's
preferences in order and will get back the best match between the client and
server.
```js
var accepts = require('accepts')
var http = require('http')
function app(req, res) {
var accept = accepts(req)
// the order of this list is significant; should be server preferred order
switch(accept.type(['json', 'html'])) {
case 'json':
res.setHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json')
res.write('{"hello":"world!"}')
break
case 'html':
res.setHeader('Content-Type', 'text/html')
res.write('<b>hello, world!</b>')
break
default:
// the fallback is text/plain, so no need to specify it above
res.setHeader('Content-Type', 'text/plain')
res.write('hello, world!')
break
}
res.end()
}
http.createServer(app).listen(3000)
```
You can test this out with the cURL program:
```sh
curl -I -H'Accept: text/html' http://localhost:3000/
```
## License
[MIT](LICENSE)
[npm-image]: https://img.shields.io/npm/v/accepts.svg
[npm-url]: https://npmjs.org/package/accepts
[node-version-image]: https://img.shields.io/node/v/accepts.svg
[node-version-url]: http://nodejs.org/download/
[travis-image]: https://img.shields.io/travis/jshttp/accepts/master.svg
[travis-url]: https://travis-ci.org/jshttp/accepts
[coveralls-image]: https://img.shields.io/coveralls/jshttp/accepts/master.svg
[coveralls-url]: https://coveralls.io/r/jshttp/accepts
[downloads-image]: https://img.shields.io/npm/dm/accepts.svg
[downloads-url]: https://npmjs.org/package/accepts

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/*!
* accepts
* Copyright(c) 2014 Jonathan Ong
* Copyright(c) 2015 Douglas Christopher Wilson
* MIT Licensed
*/
'use strict'
/**
* Module dependencies.
* @private
*/
var Negotiator = require('negotiator')
var mime = require('mime-types')
/**
* Module exports.
* @public
*/
module.exports = Accepts
/**
* Create a new Accepts object for the given req.
*
* @param {object} req
* @public
*/
function Accepts(req) {
if (!(this instanceof Accepts))
return new Accepts(req)
this.headers = req.headers
this.negotiator = new Negotiator(req)
}
/**
* Check if the given `type(s)` is acceptable, returning
* the best match when true, otherwise `undefined`, in which
* case you should respond with 406 "Not Acceptable".
*
* The `type` value may be a single mime type string
* such as "application/json", the extension name
* such as "json" or an array `["json", "html", "text/plain"]`. When a list
* or array is given the _best_ match, if any is returned.
*
* Examples:
*
* // Accept: text/html
* this.types('html');
* // => "html"
*
* // Accept: text/*, application/json
* this.types('html');
* // => "html"
* this.types('text/html');
* // => "text/html"
* this.types('json', 'text');
* // => "json"
* this.types('application/json');
* // => "application/json"
*
* // Accept: text/*, application/json
* this.types('image/png');
* this.types('png');
* // => undefined
*
* // Accept: text/*;q=.5, application/json
* this.types(['html', 'json']);
* this.types('html', 'json');
* // => "json"
*
* @param {String|Array} types...
* @return {String|Array|Boolean}
* @public
*/
Accepts.prototype.type =
Accepts.prototype.types = function (types_) {
var types = types_
// support flattened arguments
if (types && !Array.isArray(types)) {
types = new Array(arguments.length)
for (var i = 0; i < types.length; i++) {
types[i] = arguments[i]
}
}
// no types, return all requested types
if (!types || types.length === 0) {
return this.negotiator.mediaTypes()
}
if (!this.headers.accept) return types[0];
var mimes = types.map(extToMime);
var accepts = this.negotiator.mediaTypes(mimes.filter(validMime));
var first = accepts[0];
if (!first) return false;
return types[mimes.indexOf(first)];
}
/**
* Return accepted encodings or best fit based on `encodings`.
*
* Given `Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate`
* an array sorted by quality is returned:
*
* ['gzip', 'deflate']
*
* @param {String|Array} encodings...
* @return {String|Array}
* @public
*/
Accepts.prototype.encoding =
Accepts.prototype.encodings = function (encodings_) {
var encodings = encodings_
// support flattened arguments
if (encodings && !Array.isArray(encodings)) {
encodings = new Array(arguments.length)
for (var i = 0; i < encodings.length; i++) {
encodings[i] = arguments[i]
}
}
// no encodings, return all requested encodings
if (!encodings || encodings.length === 0) {
return this.negotiator.encodings()
}
return this.negotiator.encodings(encodings)[0] || false
}
/**
* Return accepted charsets or best fit based on `charsets`.
*
* Given `Accept-Charset: utf-8, iso-8859-1;q=0.2, utf-7;q=0.5`
* an array sorted by quality is returned:
*
* ['utf-8', 'utf-7', 'iso-8859-1']
*
* @param {String|Array} charsets...
* @return {String|Array}
* @public
*/
Accepts.prototype.charset =
Accepts.prototype.charsets = function (charsets_) {
var charsets = charsets_
// support flattened arguments
if (charsets && !Array.isArray(charsets)) {
charsets = new Array(arguments.length)
for (var i = 0; i < charsets.length; i++) {
charsets[i] = arguments[i]
}
}
// no charsets, return all requested charsets
if (!charsets || charsets.length === 0) {
return this.negotiator.charsets()
}
return this.negotiator.charsets(charsets)[0] || false
}
/**
* Return accepted languages or best fit based on `langs`.
*
* Given `Accept-Language: en;q=0.8, es, pt`
* an array sorted by quality is returned:
*
* ['es', 'pt', 'en']
*
* @param {String|Array} langs...
* @return {Array|String}
* @public
*/
Accepts.prototype.lang =
Accepts.prototype.langs =
Accepts.prototype.language =
Accepts.prototype.languages = function (languages_) {
var languages = languages_
// support flattened arguments
if (languages && !Array.isArray(languages)) {
languages = new Array(arguments.length)
for (var i = 0; i < languages.length; i++) {
languages[i] = arguments[i]
}
}
// no languages, return all requested languages
if (!languages || languages.length === 0) {
return this.negotiator.languages()
}
return this.negotiator.languages(languages)[0] || false
}
/**
* Convert extnames to mime.
*
* @param {String} type
* @return {String}
* @private
*/
function extToMime(type) {
return type.indexOf('/') === -1
? mime.lookup(type)
: type
}
/**
* Check if mime is valid.
*
* @param {String} type
* @return {String}
* @private
*/
function validMime(type) {
return typeof type === 'string';
}

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{
"_args": [
[
"accepts@~1.2.12",
"/Users/alfiepates/src/invoicer/node_modules/express"
]
],
"_from": "accepts@>=1.2.12 <1.3.0",
"_id": "accepts@1.2.13",
"_inCache": true,
"_installable": true,
"_location": "/accepts",
"_npmUser": {
"email": "doug@somethingdoug.com",
"name": "dougwilson"
},
"_npmVersion": "1.4.28",
"_phantomChildren": {},
"_requested": {
"name": "accepts",
"raw": "accepts@~1.2.12",
"rawSpec": "~1.2.12",
"scope": null,
"spec": ">=1.2.12 <1.3.0",
"type": "range"
},
"_requiredBy": [
"/express"
],
"_resolved": "https://registry.npmjs.org/accepts/-/accepts-1.2.13.tgz",
"_shasum": "e5f1f3928c6d95fd96558c36ec3d9d0de4a6ecea",
"_shrinkwrap": null,
"_spec": "accepts@~1.2.12",
"_where": "/Users/alfiepates/src/invoicer/node_modules/express",
"bugs": {
"url": "https://github.com/jshttp/accepts/issues"
},
"contributors": [
{
"email": "doug@somethingdoug.com",
"name": "Douglas Christopher Wilson"
},
{
"email": "me@jongleberry.com",
"name": "Jonathan Ong",
"url": "http://jongleberry.com"
}
],
"dependencies": {
"mime-types": "~2.1.6",
"negotiator": "0.5.3"
},
"description": "Higher-level content negotiation",
"devDependencies": {
"istanbul": "0.3.19",
"mocha": "~1.21.5"
},
"directories": {},
"dist": {
"shasum": "e5f1f3928c6d95fd96558c36ec3d9d0de4a6ecea",
"tarball": "http://localhost:4873/accepts/-/accepts-1.2.13.tgz"
},
"engines": {
"node": ">= 0.6"
},
"files": [
"LICENSE",
"HISTORY.md",
"index.js"
],
"gitHead": "b7e15ecb25dacc0b2133ed0553d64f8a79537e01",
"homepage": "https://github.com/jshttp/accepts",
"keywords": [
"content",
"negotiation",
"accept",
"accepts"
],
"license": "MIT",
"maintainers": [
{
"email": "jonathanrichardong@gmail.com",
"name": "jongleberry"
},
{
"email": "federomero@gmail.com",
"name": "federomero"
},
{
"email": "doug@somethingdoug.com",
"name": "dougwilson"
},
{
"email": "fishrock123@rocketmail.com",
"name": "fishrock123"
},
{
"email": "tj@vision-media.ca",
"name": "tjholowaychuk"
},
{
"email": "mscdex@mscdex.net",
"name": "mscdex"
},
{
"email": "shtylman@gmail.com",
"name": "defunctzombie"
}
],
"name": "accepts",
"optionalDependencies": {},
"readme": "ERROR: No README data found!",
"repository": {
"type": "git",
"url": "git+https://github.com/jshttp/accepts.git"
},
"scripts": {
"test": "mocha --reporter spec --check-leaks --bail test/",
"test-cov": "istanbul cover node_modules/mocha/bin/_mocha -- --reporter dot --check-leaks test/",
"test-travis": "istanbul cover node_modules/mocha/bin/_mocha --report lcovonly -- --reporter spec --check-leaks test/"
},
"version": "1.2.13"
}

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Copyright (c) 2014 Forbes Lindesay
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
THE SOFTWARE.

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# acorn-globals
Detect global variables in JavaScript using acorn
[![Build Status](https://img.shields.io/travis/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals/master.svg)](https://travis-ci.org/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals)
[![Dependency Status](https://img.shields.io/david/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals.svg)](https://david-dm.org/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals)
[![NPM version](https://img.shields.io/npm/v/acorn-globals.svg)](https://www.npmjs.org/package/acorn-globals)
## Installation
npm install acorn-globals
## Usage
detect.js
```js
var fs = require('fs');
var detect = require('acorn-globals');
var src = fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/input.js', 'utf8');
var scope = detect(src);
console.dir(scope);
```
input.js
```js
var x = 5;
var y = 3, z = 2;
w.foo();
w = 2;
RAWR=444;
RAWR.foo();
BLARG=3;
foo(function () {
var BAR = 3;
process.nextTick(function (ZZZZZZZZZZZZ) {
console.log('beep boop');
var xyz = 4;
x += 10;
x.zzzzzz;
ZZZ=6;
});
function doom () {
}
ZZZ.foo();
});
console.log(xyz);
```
output:
```
$ node example/detect.js
[ { name: 'BLARG', nodes: [ [Object] ] },
{ name: 'RAWR', nodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] },
{ name: 'ZZZ', nodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] },
{ name: 'console', nodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] },
{ name: 'foo', nodes: [ [Object] ] },
{ name: 'process', nodes: [ [Object] ] },
{ name: 'w', nodes: [ [Object], [Object] ] },
{ name: 'xyz', nodes: [ [Object] ] } ]
```
## License
MIT

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'use strict';
var acorn = require('acorn');
var walk = require('acorn/dist/walk');
function isScope(node) {
return node.type === 'FunctionExpression' || node.type === 'FunctionDeclaration' || node.type === 'ArrowFunctionExpression' || node.type === 'Program';
}
function isBlockScope(node) {
return node.type === 'BlockStatement' || isScope(node);
}
function declaresArguments(node) {
return node.type === 'FunctionExpression' || node.type === 'FunctionDeclaration';
}
function declaresThis(node) {
return node.type === 'FunctionExpression' || node.type === 'FunctionDeclaration';
}
function reallyParse(source) {
try {
return acorn.parse(source, {
ecmaVersion: 6,
allowReturnOutsideFunction: true,
allowImportExportEverywhere: true,
allowHashBang: true
});
} catch (ex) {
return acorn.parse(source, {
ecmaVersion: 5,
allowReturnOutsideFunction: true,
allowImportExportEverywhere: true,
allowHashBang: true
});
}
}
module.exports = findGlobals;
module.exports.parse = reallyParse;
function findGlobals(source) {
var globals = [];
var ast;
// istanbul ignore else
if (typeof source === 'string') {
ast = reallyParse(source);
} else {
ast = source;
}
// istanbul ignore if
if (!(ast && typeof ast === 'object' && ast.type === 'Program')) {
throw new TypeError('Source must be either a string of JavaScript or an acorn AST');
}
var declareFunction = function (node) {
var fn = node;
fn.locals = fn.locals || {};
node.params.forEach(function (node) {
declarePattern(node, fn);
});
if (node.id) {
fn.locals[node.id.name] = true;
}
}
var declarePattern = function (node, parent) {
switch (node.type) {
case 'Identifier':
parent.locals[node.name] = true;
break;
case 'ObjectPattern':
node.properties.forEach(function (node) {
declarePattern(node.value, parent);
});
break;
case 'ArrayPattern':
node.elements.forEach(function (node) {
if (node) declarePattern(node, parent);
});
break;
case 'RestElement':
declarePattern(node.argument, parent);
break;
case 'AssignmentPattern':
declarePattern(node.left, parent);
break;
// istanbul ignore next
default:
throw new Error('Unrecognized pattern type: ' + node.type);
}
}
var declareModuleSpecifier = function (node, parents) {
ast.locals = ast.locals || {};
ast.locals[node.local.name] = true;
}
walk.ancestor(ast, {
'VariableDeclaration': function (node, parents) {
var parent = null;
for (var i = parents.length - 1; i >= 0 && parent === null; i--) {
if (node.kind === 'var' ? isScope(parents[i]) : isBlockScope(parents[i])) {
parent = parents[i];
}
}
parent.locals = parent.locals || {};
node.declarations.forEach(function (declaration) {
declarePattern(declaration.id, parent);
});
},
'FunctionDeclaration': function (node, parents) {
var parent = null;
for (var i = parents.length - 2; i >= 0 && parent === null; i--) {
if (isScope(parents[i])) {
parent = parents[i];
}
}
parent.locals = parent.locals || {};
parent.locals[node.id.name] = true;
declareFunction(node);
},
'Function': declareFunction,
'ClassDeclaration': function (node, parents) {
var parent = null;
for (var i = parents.length - 2; i >= 0 && parent === null; i--) {
if (isScope(parents[i])) {
parent = parents[i];
}
}
parent.locals = parent.locals || {};
parent.locals[node.id.name] = true;
},
'TryStatement': function (node) {
if (node.handler === null) return;
node.handler.body.locals = node.handler.body.locals || {};
node.handler.body.locals[node.handler.param.name] = true;
},
'ImportDefaultSpecifier': declareModuleSpecifier,
'ImportSpecifier': declareModuleSpecifier,
'ImportNamespaceSpecifier': declareModuleSpecifier
});
function identifier(node, parents) {
var name = node.name;
if (name === 'undefined') return;
for (var i = 0; i < parents.length; i++) {
if (name === 'arguments' && declaresArguments(parents[i])) {
return;
}
if (parents[i].locals && name in parents[i].locals) {
return;
}
}
if (
parents[parents.length - 2] &&
parents[parents.length - 2].type === 'TryStatement' &&
parents[parents.length - 2].handler &&
node === parents[parents.length - 2].handler.param
) {
return;
}
node.parents = parents;
globals.push(node);
}
walk.ancestor(ast, {
'VariablePattern': identifier,
'Identifier': identifier,
'ThisExpression': function (node, parents) {
for (var i = 0; i < parents.length; i++) {
if (declaresThis(parents[i])) {
return;
}
}
node.parents = parents;
globals.push(node);
}
});
var groupedGlobals = {};
globals.forEach(function (node) {
groupedGlobals[node.name] = (groupedGlobals[node.name] || []);
groupedGlobals[node.name].push(node);
});
return Object.keys(groupedGlobals).sort().map(function (name) {
return {name: name, nodes: groupedGlobals[name]};
});
}

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{
"_args": [
[
"acorn-globals@^1.0.3",
"/Users/alfiepates/src/invoicer/node_modules/with"
]
],
"_from": "acorn-globals@>=1.0.3 <2.0.0",
"_id": "acorn-globals@1.0.9",
"_inCache": true,
"_installable": true,
"_location": "/acorn-globals",
"_nodeVersion": "1.6.2",
"_npmUser": {
"email": "forbes@lindesay.co.uk",
"name": "forbeslindesay"
},
"_npmVersion": "2.7.1",
"_phantomChildren": {},
"_requested": {
"name": "acorn-globals",
"raw": "acorn-globals@^1.0.3",
"rawSpec": "^1.0.3",
"scope": null,
"spec": ">=1.0.3 <2.0.0",
"type": "range"
},
"_requiredBy": [
"/with"
],
"_resolved": "https://registry.npmjs.org/acorn-globals/-/acorn-globals-1.0.9.tgz",
"_shasum": "55bb5e98691507b74579d0513413217c380c54cf",
"_shrinkwrap": null,
"_spec": "acorn-globals@^1.0.3",
"_where": "/Users/alfiepates/src/invoicer/node_modules/with",
"author": {
"name": "ForbesLindesay"
},
"bugs": {
"url": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals/issues"
},
"dependencies": {
"acorn": "^2.1.0"
},
"description": "Detect global variables in JavaScript using acorn",
"devDependencies": {
"testit": "^2.0.2"
},
"directories": {},
"dist": {
"shasum": "55bb5e98691507b74579d0513413217c380c54cf",
"tarball": "http://localhost:4873/acorn-globals/-/acorn-globals-1.0.9.tgz"
},
"files": [
"index.js",
"LICENSE"
],
"gitHead": "808cab09764b63679138b012602ca1bb51657f97",
"homepage": "https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals",
"keywords": [
"ast",
"variable",
"name",
"lexical",
"scope",
"local",
"global",
"implicit"
],
"license": "MIT",
"maintainers": [
{
"email": "forbes@lindesay.co.uk",
"name": "forbeslindesay"
},
{
"email": "timothygu99@gmail.com",
"name": "timothygu"
}
],
"name": "acorn-globals",
"optionalDependencies": {},
"readme": "ERROR: No README data found!",
"repository": {
"type": "git",
"url": "git+https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/acorn-globals.git"
},
"scripts": {
"test": "node test"
},
"version": "1.0.9"
}

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root = true
[*]
indent_style = space
indent_size = 2
end_of_line = lf
insert_final_newline = true

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/test
/local

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{
"plugins": {
"node": true,
"es_modules": true
}
}

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language: node_js
sudo: false
node_js:
- '0.10'
- '0.12'
- '4'

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List of Acorn contributors. Updated before every release.
Adrian Rakovsky
Alistair Braidwood
Andres Suarez
Aparajita Fishman
Arian Stolwijk
Artem Govorov
Brandon Mills
Charles Hughes
Conrad Irwin
David Bonnet
ForbesLindesay
Forbes Lindesay
Gilad Peleg
impinball
Ingvar Stepanyan
Jesse McCarthy
Jiaxing Wang
Joel Kemp
Johannes Herr
Jürg Lehni
keeyipchan
Kevin Kwok
krator
Marijn Haverbeke
Martin Carlberg
Mathias Bynens
Mathieu 'p01' Henri
Max Schaefer
Max Zerzouri
Mihai Bazon
Mike Rennie
Nick Fitzgerald
Oskar Schöldström
Paul Harper
Peter Rust
PlNG
r-e-d
Rich Harris
Sebastian McKenzie
Timothy Gu
zsjforcn

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Copyright (C) 2012-2014 by various contributors (see AUTHORS)
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
THE SOFTWARE.

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# Acorn
[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/ternjs/acorn.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/ternjs/acorn)
[![NPM version](https://img.shields.io/npm/v/acorn.svg)](https://www.npmjs.com/package/acorn)
[Author funding status: ![maintainer happiness](https://marijnhaverbeke.nl/fund/status_s.png?force)](https://marijnhaverbeke.nl/fund/)
A tiny, fast JavaScript parser, written completely in JavaScript.
## Community
Acorn is open source software released under an
[MIT license](https://github.com/ternjs/acorn/blob/master/LICENSE).
You are welcome to
[report bugs](https://github.com/ternjs/acorn/issues) or create pull
requests on [github](https://github.com/ternjs/acorn). For questions
and discussion, please use the
[Tern discussion forum](https://discuss.ternjs.net).
## Installation
The easiest way to install acorn is with [`npm`][npm].
[npm]: https://www.npmjs.com/
```sh
npm install acorn
```
Alternately, download the source.
```sh
git clone https://github.com/ternjs/acorn.git
```
## Components
When run in a CommonJS (node.js) or AMD environment, exported values
appear in the interfaces exposed by the individual files, as usual.
When loaded in the browser (Acorn works in any JS-enabled browser more
recent than IE5) without any kind of module management, a single
global object `acorn` will be defined, and all the exported properties
will be added to that.
### Main parser
This is implemented in `dist/acorn.js`, and is what you get when you
`require("acorn")` in node.js.
**parse**`(input, options)` is used to parse a JavaScript program.
The `input` parameter is a string, `options` can be undefined or an
object setting some of the options listed below. The return value will
be an abstract syntax tree object as specified by the
[ESTree spec][estree].
When encountering a syntax error, the parser will raise a
`SyntaxError` object with a meaningful message. The error object will
have a `pos` property that indicates the character offset at which the
error occurred, and a `loc` object that contains a `{line, column}`
object referring to that same position.
[estree]: https://github.com/estree/estree
- **ecmaVersion**: Indicates the ECMAScript version to parse. Must be
either 3, 5, or 6. This influences support for strict mode, the set
of reserved words, and support for new syntax features. Default is 5.
- **sourceType**: Indicate the mode the code should be parsed in. Can be
either `"script"` or `"module"`.
- **onInsertedSemicolon**: If given a callback, that callback will be
called whenever a missing semicolon is inserted by the parser. The
callback will be given the character offset of the point where the
semicolon is inserted as argument, and if `locations` is on, also a
`{line, column}` object representing this position.
- **onTrailingComma**: Like `onInsertedSemicolon`, but for trailing
commas.
- **allowReserved**: If `false`, using a reserved word will generate
an error. Defaults to `true` for `ecmaVersion` 3, `false` for higher
versions. When given the value `"never"`, reserved words and
keywords can also not be used as property names (as in Internet
Explorer's old parser).
- **allowReturnOutsideFunction**: By default, a return statement at
the top level raises an error. Set this to `true` to accept such
code.
- **allowImportExportEverywhere**: By default, `import` and `export`
declarations can only appear at a program's top level. Setting this
option to `true` allows them anywhere where a statement is allowed.
- **allowHashBang**: When this is enabled (off by default), if the
code starts with the characters `#!` (as in a shellscript), the
first line will be treated as a comment.
- **locations**: When `true`, each node has a `loc` object attached
with `start` and `end` subobjects, each of which contains the
one-based line and zero-based column numbers in `{line, column}`
form. Default is `false`.
- **onToken**: If a function is passed for this option, each found
token will be passed in same format as tokens returned from
`tokenizer().getToken()`.
If array is passed, each found token is pushed to it.
Note that you are not allowed to call the parser from the
callback—that will corrupt its internal state.
- **onComment**: If a function is passed for this option, whenever a
comment is encountered the function will be called with the
following parameters:
- `block`: `true` if the comment is a block comment, false if it
is a line comment.
- `text`: The content of the comment.
- `start`: Character offset of the start of the comment.
- `end`: Character offset of the end of the comment.
When the `locations` options is on, the `{line, column}` locations
of the comment’s start and end are passed as two additional
parameters.
If array is passed for this option, each found comment is pushed
to it as object in Esprima format:
```javascript
{
"type": "Line" | "Block",
"value": "comment text",
"start": Number,
"end": Number,
// If `locations` option is on:
"loc": {
"start": {line: Number, column: Number}
"end": {line: Number, column: Number}
},
// If `ranges` option is on:
"range": [Number, Number]
}
```
Note that you are not allowed to call the parser from the
callback—that will corrupt its internal state.
- **ranges**: Nodes have their start and end characters offsets
recorded in `start` and `end` properties (directly on the node,
rather than the `loc` object, which holds line/column data. To also
add a [semi-standardized][range] `range` property holding a
`[start, end]` array with the same numbers, set the `ranges` option
to `true`.
- **program**: It is possible to parse multiple files into a single
AST by passing the tree produced by parsing the first file as the
`program` option in subsequent parses. This will add the toplevel
forms of the parsed file to the "Program" (top) node of an existing
parse tree.
- **sourceFile**: When the `locations` option is `true`, you can pass
this option to add a `source` attribute in every node’s `loc`
object. Note that the contents of this option are not examined or
processed in any way; you are free to use whatever format you
choose.
- **directSourceFile**: Like `sourceFile`, but a `sourceFile` property
will be added directly to the nodes, rather than the `loc` object.
- **preserveParens**: If this option is `true`, parenthesized expressions
are represented by (non-standard) `ParenthesizedExpression` nodes
that have a single `expression` property containing the expression
inside parentheses.
[range]: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=745678
**parseExpressionAt**`(input, offset, options)` will parse a single
expression in a string, and return its AST. It will not complain if
there is more of the string left after the expression.
**getLineInfo**`(input, offset)` can be used to get a `{line,
column}` object for a given program string and character offset.
**tokenizer**`(input, options)` returns an object with a `getToken`
method that can be called repeatedly to get the next token, a `{start,
end, type, value}` object (with added `loc` property when the
`locations` option is enabled and `range` property when the `ranges`
option is enabled). When the token's type is `tokTypes.eof`, you
should stop calling the method, since it will keep returning that same
token forever.
In ES6 environment, returned result can be used as any other
protocol-compliant iterable:
```javascript
for (let token of acorn.tokenizer(str)) {
// iterate over the tokens
}
// transform code to array of tokens:
var tokens = [...acorn.tokenizer(str)];
```
**tokTypes** holds an object mapping names to the token type objects
that end up in the `type` properties of tokens.
#### Note on using with [Escodegen][escodegen]
Escodegen supports generating comments from AST, attached in
Esprima-specific format. In order to simulate same format in
Acorn, consider following example:
```javascript
var comments = [], tokens = [];
var ast = acorn.parse('var x = 42; // answer', {
// collect ranges for each node
ranges: true,
// collect comments in Esprima's format
onComment: comments,
// collect token ranges
onToken: tokens
});
// attach comments using collected information
escodegen.attachComments(ast, comments, tokens);
// generate code
console.log(escodegen.generate(ast, {comment: true}));
// > 'var x = 42; // answer'
```
[escodegen]: https://github.com/estools/escodegen
### dist/acorn_loose.js ###
This file implements an error-tolerant parser. It exposes a single
function. The loose parser is accessible in node.js via `require("acorn/dist/acorn_loose")`.
**parse_dammit**`(input, options)` takes the same arguments and
returns the same syntax tree as the `parse` function in `acorn.js`,
but never raises an error, and will do its best to parse syntactically
invalid code in as meaningful a way as it can. It'll insert identifier
nodes with name `"✖"` as placeholders in places where it can't make
sense of the input. Depends on `acorn.js`, because it uses the same
tokenizer.
### dist/walk.js ###
Implements an abstract syntax tree walker. Will store its interface in
`acorn.walk` when loaded without a module system.
**simple**`(node, visitors, base, state)` does a 'simple' walk over
a tree. `node` should be the AST node to walk, and `visitors` an
object with properties whose names correspond to node types in the
[ESTree spec][estree]. The properties should contain functions
that will be called with the node object and, if applicable the state
at that point. The last two arguments are optional. `base` is a walker
algorithm, and `state` is a start state. The default walker will
simply visit all statements and expressions and not produce a
meaningful state. (An example of a use of state is to track scope at
each point in the tree.)
**ancestor**`(node, visitors, base, state)` does a 'simple' walk over
a tree, building up an array of ancestor nodes (including the current node)
and passing the array to callbacks in the `state` parameter.
**recursive**`(node, state, functions, base)` does a 'recursive'
walk, where the walker functions are responsible for continuing the
walk on the child nodes of their target node. `state` is the start
state, and `functions` should contain an object that maps node types
to walker functions. Such functions are called with `(node, state, c)`
arguments, and can cause the walk to continue on a sub-node by calling
the `c` argument on it with `(node, state)` arguments. The optional
`base` argument provides the fallback walker functions for node types
that aren't handled in the `functions` object. If not given, the
default walkers will be used.
**make**`(functions, base)` builds a new walker object by using the
walker functions in `functions` and filling in the missing ones by
taking defaults from `base`.
**findNodeAt**`(node, start, end, test, base, state)` tries to
locate a node in a tree at the given start and/or end offsets, which
satisfies the predicate `test`. `start` and `end` can be either `null`
(as wildcard) or a number. `test` may be a string (indicating a node
type) or a function that takes `(nodeType, node)` arguments and
returns a boolean indicating whether this node is interesting. `base`
and `state` are optional, and can be used to specify a custom walker.
Nodes are tested from inner to outer, so if two nodes match the
boundaries, the inner one will be preferred.
**findNodeAround**`(node, pos, test, base, state)` is a lot like
`findNodeAt`, but will match any node that exists 'around' (spanning)
the given position.
**findNodeAfter**`(node, pos, test, base, state)` is similar to
`findNodeAround`, but will match all nodes *after* the given position
(testing outer nodes before inner nodes).
## Command line interface
The `bin/acorn` utility can be used to parse a file from the command
line. It accepts as arguments its input file and the following
options:
- `--ecma3|--ecma5|--ecma6`: Sets the ECMAScript version to parse. Default is
version 5.
- `--module`: Sets the parsing mode to `"module"`. Is set to `"script"` otherwise.
- `--locations`: Attaches a "loc" object to each node with "start" and
"end" subobjects, each of which contains the one-based line and
zero-based column numbers in `{line, column}` form.
- `--allow-hash-bang`: If the code starts with the characters #! (as in a shellscript), the first line will be treated as a comment.
- `--compact`: No whitespace is used in the AST output.
- `--silent`: Do not output the AST, just return the exit status.
- `--help`: Print the usage information and quit.
The utility spits out the syntax tree as JSON data.
## Build system
Acorn is written in ECMAScript 6, as a set of small modules, in the
project's `src` directory, and compiled down to bigger ECMAScript 3
files in `dist` using [Browserify](http://browserify.org) and
[Babel](http://babeljs.io/). If you are already using Babel, you can
consider including the modules directly.
The command-line test runner (`npm test`) uses the ES6 modules. The
browser-based test page (`test/index.html`) uses the compiled modules.
The `bin/build-acorn.js` script builds the latter from the former.
If you are working on Acorn, you'll probably want to try the code out
directly, without an intermediate build step. In your scripts, you can
register the Babel require shim like this:
require("babel-core/register")
That will allow you to directly `require` the ES6 modules.
## Plugins
Acorn is designed support allow plugins which, within reasonable
bounds, redefine the way the parser works. Plugins can add new token
types and new tokenizer contexts (if necessary), and extend methods in
the parser object. This is not a clean, elegant API—using it requires
an understanding of Acorn's internals, and plugins are likely to break
whenever those internals are significantly changed. But still, it is
_possible_, in this way, to create parsers for JavaScript dialects
without forking all of Acorn. And in principle it is even possible to
combine such plugins, so that if you have, for example, a plugin for
parsing types and a plugin for parsing JSX-style XML literals, you
could load them both and parse code with both JSX tags and types.
A plugin should register itself by adding a property to
`acorn.plugins`, which holds a function. Calling `acorn.parse`, a
`plugins` option can be passed, holding an object mapping plugin names
to configuration values (or just `true` for plugins that don't take
options). After the parser object has been created, the initialization
functions for the chosen plugins are called with `(parser,
configValue)` arguments. They are expected to use the `parser.extend`
method to extend parser methods. For example, the `readToken` method
could be extended like this:
```javascript
parser.extend("readToken", function(nextMethod) {
return function(code) {
console.log("Reading a token!")
return nextMethod.call(this, code)
}
})
```
The `nextMethod` argument passed to `extend`'s second argument is the
previous value of this method, and should usually be called through to
whenever the extended method does not handle the call itself.
Similarly, the loose parser allows plugins to register themselves via
`acorn.pluginsLoose`. The extension mechanism is the same as for the
normal parser:
```javascript
looseParser.extend("readToken", function(nextMethod) {
return function() {
console.log("Reading a token in the loose parser!")
return nextMethod.call(this)
}
})
```
There is a proof-of-concept JSX plugin in the [`acorn-jsx`](https://github.com/RReverser/acorn-jsx) project.

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#!/usr/bin/env node
"use strict";
function _interopRequireWildcard(obj) { if (obj && obj.__esModule) { return obj; } else { var newObj = {}; if (obj != null) { for (var key in obj) { if (Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(obj, key)) newObj[key] = obj[key]; } } newObj["default"] = obj; return newObj; } }
var _path = require("path");
var _fs = require("fs");
var _distAcornJs = require("../dist/acorn.js");
var acorn = _interopRequireWildcard(_distAcornJs);
var infile = undefined,
forceFile = undefined,
silent = false,
compact = false,
tokenize = false;
var options = {};
function help(status) {
var print = status == 0 ? console.log : console.error;
print("usage: " + (0, _path.basename)(process.argv[1]) + " [--ecma3|--ecma5|--ecma6]");
print(" [--tokenize] [--locations] [---allow-hash-bang] [--compact] [--silent] [--module] [--help] [--] [infile]");
process.exit(status);
}
for (var i = 2; i < process.argv.length; ++i) {
var arg = process.argv[i];
if ((arg == "-