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{
"ImportPath": "git.crumpington.com/public/ttunnel",
"GoVersion": "go1.9",
"GodepVersion": "v79",
"Deps": [
{
"ImportPath": "github.com/BurntSushi/toml",
"Comment": "v0.2.0-21-g9906417",
"Rev": "99064174e013895bbd9b025c31100bd1d9b590ca"
}
]
}

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This directory tree is generated automatically by godep.
Please do not edit.
See https://github.com/tools/godep for more information.

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package main
import "git.crumpington.com/public/ttunnel"
func main() {
ttunnel.Main()
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"crypto/tls"
"crypto/x509"
"io"
"log"
"net"
"strings"
"github.com/BurntSushi/toml"
)
type ClientConfig struct {
Listen string
Server string // Must be IP:port.
Password string
password []byte
}
func (cc ClientConfig) ServerIP() string {
return strings.Split(cc.Server, ":")[0]
}
// RunClient runs a client using the named configuration.
func RunClient(path string) {
conf := ClientConfig{}
if _, err := toml.DecodeFile(path, &conf); err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to load config file %s: %v", path, err)
return
}
conf.password = []byte(conf.Password)
_, certBuf := genCerts(conf.password, conf.ServerIP())
// Create a certificate pool for the client.
certPool := x509.NewCertPool()
if !certPool.AppendCertsFromPEM(certBuf) {
log.Printf("Failed to append certificate to pool.")
return
}
// Create the client configuration.
config := tls.Config{RootCAs: certPool}
// Accept connections on the local port.
ln, err := net.Listen("tcp", conf.Listen)
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to listen on %s: %v", conf.Listen, err)
return
}
// Accept connections forever.
for {
lConn, err := ln.Accept()
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to accept connection: %v", err)
continue
}
go clientHandler(conf, lConn, &config)
}
}
func clientHandler(conf ClientConfig, lConn net.Conn, config *tls.Config) {
// Dial remote server.
rConn, err := tls.Dial("tcp", conf.Server, config)
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Error dialing server %s: %v", conf.Server, err)
goto closeConns
}
// Send password.
if _, err = rConn.Write(conf.password); err != nil {
log.Printf("Error sending password: %v", err)
goto closeConns
}
// Forward traffic.
go io.Copy(lConn, rConn)
go io.Copy(rConn, lConn)
return
closeConns:
lConn.Close()
if rConn != nil {
rConn.Close()
}
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"bytes"
"crypto/ecdsa"
"crypto/elliptic"
"crypto/x509"
"crypto/x509/pkix"
"encoding/pem"
"math/big"
"net"
"time"
)
func genCerts(password []byte, ip string) ([]byte, []byte) {
reader := NewRandReader(password)
defer reader.Close()
// Generate a private key.
priv, err := ecdsa.GenerateKey(elliptic.P521(), reader)
if err != nil {
panic("Failed to generate ECDSA key")
}
// Parse the IP address.
ipAddr := net.ParseIP(ip)
if ipAddr == nil {
panic("Invalid IP address: " + ip)
}
keyUsage := x509.KeyUsageKeyEncipherment |
x509.KeyUsageDigitalSignature |
x509.KeyUsageCertSign
template := x509.Certificate{
SerialNumber: big.NewInt(1),
Subject: pkix.Name{Organization: []string{"Acme Co"}},
NotBefore: time.Unix(0, 0),
NotAfter: time.Unix(0, 0).Add(200 * 365 * 24 * time.Hour),
KeyUsage: keyUsage,
ExtKeyUsage: []x509.ExtKeyUsage{x509.ExtKeyUsageServerAuth},
IsCA: true,
BasicConstraintsValid: true,
}
template.IPAddresses = append(template.IPAddresses, ipAddr)
// Create the certificate.
derBytes, err := x509.CreateCertificate(
reader, &template, &template, &priv.PublicKey, priv)
if err != nil {
panic("Failed to create certificate: " + err.Error())
}
certBuf := new(bytes.Buffer)
pem.Encode(certBuf, &pem.Block{Type: "CERTIFICATE", Bytes: derBytes})
// Create the private keyl.
keyBuf := new(bytes.Buffer)
privBuf, err := x509.MarshalECPrivateKey(priv)
if err != nil {
panic("Failed to marshal ECDSA key: " + err.Error())
}
pem.Encode(keyBuf,
&pem.Block{
Type: "RSA PRIVATE KEY",
Bytes: privBuf,
})
return keyBuf.Bytes(), certBuf.Bytes()
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"bytes"
"testing"
)
func TestGenCertsMatch(t *testing.T) {
password := []byte("FlufHojNacMuabciCaiHijTinleHicAj")
ip := "192.168.0.102"
key1, cert1 := genCerts(password, ip)
key2, cert2 := genCerts(password, ip)
if !bytes.Equal(key1, key2) {
t.Fatal("Keys not equal")
}
if !bytes.Equal(cert1, cert2) {
t.Fatalf("Certs not equal: \n%s\n!=\n%s", string(cert1), string(cert2))
}
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"fmt"
"log"
"os"
)
var mainUsage = fmt.Sprintf(`Usage: %s command config-file
Available commands:
server
client
`, os.Args[0])
func Main() {
if len(os.Args) != 3 {
log.Println(mainUsage)
os.Exit(1)
}
switch os.Args[1] {
case "server":
RunServer(os.Args[2])
case "client":
RunClient(os.Args[2])
default:
log.Println(mainUsage)
os.Exit(1)
}
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"crypto/sha512"
"hash"
)
// In order to generate matching certificates on a client and server, we need a
// deterministic reader for random data. The reader is seeded with the
// password and uses multiple hashings to generate additional bytes.
type RandReader struct {
seed []byte
close chan bool
closed bool
stream chan byte
h hash.Hash
}
func NewRandReader(seed []byte) *RandReader {
rr := RandReader{
seed: seed,
close: make(chan bool),
closed: false,
stream: make(chan byte),
h: sha512.New(),
}
go rr.run()
return &rr
}
func (rr *RandReader) run() {
buf := []byte{}
for {
_, _ = rr.h.Write(rr.seed) // Never returns an error (see docs).
buf = buf[:]
buf = rr.h.Sum(buf)
for _, b := range buf {
select {
case <-rr.close:
rr.closed = true
return
case rr.stream <- b:
// Continue
}
}
}
}
func (rr *RandReader) Read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
if rr.closed {
panic("Reading from closed RandReader")
}
for i := range p {
p[i] = <-rr.stream
}
return len(p), nil
}
func (rr *RandReader) Close() {
rr.close <- true
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"bytes"
"testing"
)
func TestRandReader(t *testing.T) {
seed := []byte("oushBafepGochCotlekcebvallAwJedd")
rr1 := NewRandReader(seed)
rr2 := NewRandReader(seed)
defer rr1.Close()
defer rr2.Close()
// Read some long buffers.
b1 := make([]byte, 32768)
b2 := make([]byte, 32768)
for i := 0; i < 8; i++ {
rr1.Read(b1)
rr2.Read(b2)
if !bytes.Equal(b1, b2) {
t.Fatal("Not equal!")
}
}
}

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package ttunnel
import (
"crypto/subtle"
"crypto/tls"
"io"
"log"
"net"
"strings"
"github.com/BurntSushi/toml"
)
type ServerConfig struct {
Listen string // Must be IP:port.
Forward string
Password string
password []byte
}
func (sc ServerConfig) IP() string {
return strings.Split(sc.Listen, ":")[0]
}
func RunServer(path string) {
conf := ServerConfig{}
_, err := toml.DecodeFile(path, &conf)
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to load config file %s: %v", path, err)
return
}
conf.password = []byte(conf.Password)
keyBuf, certBuf := genCerts(conf.password, conf.IP())
cert, err := tls.X509KeyPair(certBuf, keyBuf)
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to create X509 key pair: %v", err)
return
}
// Create TLS configuration for the server.
config := tls.Config{Certificates: []tls.Certificate{cert}}
// Accept connections on the given address.
ln, err := tls.Listen("tcp", conf.Listen, &config)
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to listen on %s: %v", conf.Listen, err)
return
}
for {
conn, err := ln.Accept()
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to accept connection: %v", err)
continue
}
go serverHandler(conn, conf)
}
}
func serverHandler(conn net.Conn, conf ServerConfig) {
var err error
var cConn net.Conn // Client connection.
buf := make([]byte, len(conf.Password))
if _, err = conn.Read(buf); err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to read password: %v", err)
goto closeConn
}
if subtle.ConstantTimeCompare(buf, conf.password) != 1 {
log.Printf("Invalid password provided")
goto closeConn
}
// Connect to the remote address for the client.
cConn, err = net.Dial("tcp", conf.Forward)
if err != nil {
log.Printf("Failed to connect to host %s: %v", conf.Forward, err)
goto closeConn
}
// Forward traffic.
go io.Copy(cConn, conn)
go io.Copy(conn, cConn)
return
closeConn:
conn.Close()
}

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TAGS
tags
.*.swp
tomlcheck/tomlcheck
toml.test

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language: go
go:
- 1.1
- 1.2
- 1.3
- 1.4
- 1.5
- 1.6
- tip
install:
- go install ./...
- go get github.com/BurntSushi/toml-test
script:
- export PATH="$PATH:$HOME/gopath/bin"
- make test

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Compatible with TOML version
[v0.2.0](https://github.com/mojombo/toml/blob/master/versions/toml-v0.2.0.md)

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DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, December 2004
Copyright (C) 2004 Sam Hocevar <sam@hocevar.net>
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim or modified
copies of this license document, and changing it is allowed as long
as the name is changed.
DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO PUBLIC LICENSE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION
0. You just DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO.

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install:
go install ./...
test: install
go test -v
toml-test toml-test-decoder
toml-test -encoder toml-test-encoder
fmt:
gofmt -w *.go */*.go
colcheck *.go */*.go
tags:
find ./ -name '*.go' -print0 | xargs -0 gotags > TAGS
push:
git push origin master
git push github master

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## TOML parser and encoder for Go with reflection
TOML stands for Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language. This Go package provides a
reflection interface similar to Go's standard library `json` and `xml`
packages. This package also supports the `encoding.TextUnmarshaler` and
`encoding.TextMarshaler` interfaces so that you can define custom data
representations. (There is an example of this below.)
Spec: https://github.com/mojombo/toml
Compatible with TOML version
[v0.2.0](https://github.com/toml-lang/toml/blob/master/versions/en/toml-v0.2.0.md)
Documentation: http://godoc.org/github.com/BurntSushi/toml
Installation:
```bash
go get github.com/BurntSushi/toml
```
Try the toml validator:
```bash
go get github.com/BurntSushi/toml/cmd/tomlv
tomlv some-toml-file.toml
```
[![Build status](https://api.travis-ci.org/BurntSushi/toml.png)](https://travis-ci.org/BurntSushi/toml)
### Testing
This package passes all tests in
[toml-test](https://github.com/BurntSushi/toml-test) for both the decoder
and the encoder.
### Examples
This package works similarly to how the Go standard library handles `XML`
and `JSON`. Namely, data is loaded into Go values via reflection.
For the simplest example, consider some TOML file as just a list of keys
and values:
```toml
Age = 25
Cats = [ "Cauchy", "Plato" ]
Pi = 3.14
Perfection = [ 6, 28, 496, 8128 ]
DOB = 1987-07-05T05:45:00Z
```
Which could be defined in Go as:
```go
type Config struct {
Age int
Cats []string
Pi float64
Perfection []int
DOB time.Time // requires `import time`
}
```
And then decoded with:
```go
var conf Config
if _, err := toml.Decode(tomlData, &conf); err != nil {
// handle error
}
```
You can also use struct tags if your struct field name doesn't map to a TOML
key value directly:
```toml
some_key_NAME = "wat"
```
```go
type TOML struct {
ObscureKey string `toml:"some_key_NAME"`
}
```
### Using the `encoding.TextUnmarshaler` interface
Here's an example that automatically parses duration strings into
`time.Duration` values:
```toml
[[song]]
name = "Thunder Road"
duration = "4m49s"
[[song]]
name = "Stairway to Heaven"
duration = "8m03s"
```
Which can be decoded with:
```go
type song struct {
Name string
Duration duration
}
type songs struct {
Song []song
}
var favorites songs
if _, err := toml.Decode(blob, &favorites); err != nil {
log.Fatal(err)
}
for _, s := range favorites.Song {
fmt.Printf("%s (%s)\n", s.Name, s.Duration)
}
```
And you'll also need a `duration` type that satisfies the
`encoding.TextUnmarshaler` interface:
```go
type duration struct {
time.Duration
}
func (d *duration) UnmarshalText(text []byte) error {
var err error
d.Duration, err = time.ParseDuration(string(text))
return err
}
```
### More complex usage
Here's an example of how to load the example from the official spec page:
```toml
# This is a TOML document. Boom.
title = "TOML Example"
[owner]
name = "Tom Preston-Werner"
organization = "GitHub"
bio = "GitHub Cofounder & CEO\nLikes tater tots and beer."
dob = 1979-05-27T07:32:00Z # First class dates? Why not?
[database]
server = "192.168.1.1"
ports = [ 8001, 8001, 8002 ]
connection_max = 5000
enabled = true
[servers]
# You can indent as you please. Tabs or spaces. TOML don't care.
[servers.alpha]
ip = "10.0.0.1"
dc = "eqdc10"
[servers.beta]
ip = "10.0.0.2"
dc = "eqdc10"
[clients]
data = [ ["gamma", "delta"], [1, 2] ] # just an update to make sure parsers support it
# Line breaks are OK when inside arrays
hosts = [
"alpha",
"omega"
]
```
And the corresponding Go types are:
```go
type tomlConfig struct {
Title string
Owner ownerInfo
DB database `toml:"database"`
Servers map[string]server
Clients clients
}
type ownerInfo struct {
Name string
Org string `toml:"organization"`
Bio string
DOB time.Time
}
type database struct {
Server string
Ports []int
ConnMax int `toml:"connection_max"`
Enabled bool
}
type server struct {
IP string
DC string
}
type clients struct {
Data [][]interface{}
Hosts []string
}
```
Note that a case insensitive match will be tried if an exact match can't be
found.
A working example of the above can be found in `_examples/example.{go,toml}`.

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package toml
import (
"fmt"
"io"
"io/ioutil"
"math"
"reflect"
"strings"
"time"
)
func e(format string, args ...interface{}) error {
return fmt.Errorf("toml: "+format, args...)
}
// Unmarshaler is the interface implemented by objects that can unmarshal a
// TOML description of themselves.
type Unmarshaler interface {
UnmarshalTOML(interface{}) error
}
// Unmarshal decodes the contents of `p` in TOML format into a pointer `v`.
func Unmarshal(p []byte, v interface{}) error {
_, err := Decode(string(p), v)
return err
}
// Primitive is a TOML value that hasn't been decoded into a Go value.
// When using the various `Decode*` functions, the type `Primitive` may
// be given to any value, and its decoding will be delayed.
//
// A `Primitive` value can be decoded using the `PrimitiveDecode` function.
//
// The underlying representation of a `Primitive` value is subject to change.
// Do not rely on it.
//
// N.B. Primitive values are still parsed, so using them will only avoid
// the overhead of reflection. They can be useful when you don't know the
// exact type of TOML data until run time.
type Primitive struct {
undecoded interface{}
context Key
}
// DEPRECATED!
//
// Use MetaData.PrimitiveDecode instead.
func PrimitiveDecode(primValue Primitive, v interface{}) error {
md := MetaData{decoded: make(map[string]bool)}
return md.unify(primValue.undecoded, rvalue(v))
}
// PrimitiveDecode is just like the other `Decode*` functions, except it
// decodes a TOML value that has already been parsed. Valid primitive values
// can *only* be obtained from values filled by the decoder functions,
// including this method. (i.e., `v` may contain more `Primitive`
// values.)
//
// Meta data for primitive values is included in the meta data returned by
// the `Decode*` functions with one exception: keys returned by the Undecoded
// method will only reflect keys that were decoded. Namely, any keys hidden
// behind a Primitive will be considered undecoded. Executing this method will
// update the undecoded keys in the meta data. (See the example.)
func (md *MetaData) PrimitiveDecode(primValue Primitive, v interface{}) error {
md.context = primValue.context
defer func() { md.context = nil }()
return md.unify(primValue.undecoded, rvalue(v))
}
// Decode will decode the contents of `data` in TOML format into a pointer
// `v`.
//
// TOML hashes correspond to Go structs or maps. (Dealer's choice. They can be
// used interchangeably.)
//
// TOML arrays of tables correspond to either a slice of structs or a slice
// of maps.
//
// TOML datetimes correspond to Go `time.Time` values.
//
// All other TOML types (float, string, int, bool and array) correspond
// to the obvious Go types.
//
// An exception to the above rules is if a type implements the
// encoding.TextUnmarshaler interface. In this case, any primitive TOML value
// (floats, strings, integers, booleans and datetimes) will be converted to
// a byte string and given to the value's UnmarshalText method. See the
// Unmarshaler example for a demonstration with time duration strings.
//
// Key mapping
//
// TOML keys can map to either keys in a Go map or field names in a Go
// struct. The special `toml` struct tag may be used to map TOML keys to
// struct fields that don't match the key name exactly. (See the example.)
// A case insensitive match to struct names will be tried if an exact match
// can't be found.
//
// The mapping between TOML values and Go values is loose. That is, there
// may exist TOML values that cannot be placed into your representation, and
// there may be parts of your representation that do not correspond to
// TOML values. This loose mapping can be made stricter by using the IsDefined
// and/or Undecoded methods on the MetaData returned.
//
// This decoder will not handle cyclic types. If a cyclic type is passed,
// `Decode` will not terminate.
func Decode(data string, v interface{}) (MetaData, error) {
rv := reflect.ValueOf(v)
if rv.Kind() != reflect.Ptr {
return MetaData{}, e("Decode of non-pointer %s", reflect.TypeOf(v))
}
if rv.IsNil() {
return MetaData{}, e("Decode of nil %s", reflect.TypeOf(v))
}
p, err := parse(data)
if err != nil {
return MetaData{}, err
}
md := MetaData{
p.mapping, p.types, p.ordered,
make(map[string]bool, len(p.ordered)), nil,
}
return md, md.unify(p.mapping, indirect(rv))
}
// DecodeFile is just like Decode, except it will automatically read the
// contents of the file at `fpath` and decode it for you.
func DecodeFile(fpath string, v interface{}) (MetaData, error) {
bs, err := ioutil.ReadFile(fpath)
if err != nil {
return MetaData{}, err
}
return Decode(string(bs), v)
}
// DecodeReader is just like Decode, except it will consume all bytes
// from the reader and decode it for you.
func DecodeReader(r io.Reader, v interface{}) (MetaData, error) {
bs, err := ioutil.ReadAll(r)
if err != nil {
return MetaData{}, err
}
return Decode(string(bs), v)
}
// unify performs a sort of type unification based on the structure of `rv`,
// which is the client representation.
//
// Any type mismatch produces an error. Finding a type that we don't know
// how to handle produces an unsupported type error.
func (md *MetaData) unify(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
// Special case. Look for a `Primitive` value.
if rv.Type() == reflect.TypeOf((*Primitive)(nil)).Elem() {
// Save the undecoded data and the key context into the primitive
// value.
context := make(Key, len(md.context))
copy(context, md.context)
rv.Set(reflect.ValueOf(Primitive{
undecoded: data,
context: context,
}))
return nil
}
// Special case. Unmarshaler Interface support.
if rv.CanAddr() {
if v, ok := rv.Addr().Interface().(Unmarshaler); ok {
return v.UnmarshalTOML(data)
}
}
// Special case. Handle time.Time values specifically.
// TODO: Remove this code when we decide to drop support for Go 1.1.
// This isn't necessary in Go 1.2 because time.Time satisfies the encoding
// interfaces.
if rv.Type().AssignableTo(rvalue(time.Time{}).Type()) {
return md.unifyDatetime(data, rv)
}
// Special case. Look for a value satisfying the TextUnmarshaler interface.
if v, ok := rv.Interface().(TextUnmarshaler); ok {
return md.unifyText(data, v)
}
// BUG(burntsushi)
// The behavior here is incorrect whenever a Go type satisfies the
// encoding.TextUnmarshaler interface but also corresponds to a TOML
// hash or array. In particular, the unmarshaler should only be applied
// to primitive TOML values. But at this point, it will be applied to
// all kinds of values and produce an incorrect error whenever those values
// are hashes or arrays (including arrays of tables).
k := rv.Kind()
// laziness
if k >= reflect.Int && k <= reflect.Uint64 {
return md.unifyInt(data, rv)
}
switch k {
case reflect.Ptr:
elem := reflect.New(rv.Type().Elem())
err := md.unify(data, reflect.Indirect(elem))
if err != nil {
return err
}
rv.Set(elem)
return nil
case reflect.Struct:
return md.unifyStruct(data, rv)
case reflect.Map:
return md.unifyMap(data, rv)
case reflect.Array:
return md.unifyArray(data, rv)
case reflect.Slice:
return md.unifySlice(data, rv)
case reflect.String:
return md.unifyString(data, rv)
case reflect.Bool:
return md.unifyBool(data, rv)
case reflect.Interface:
// we only support empty interfaces.
if rv.NumMethod() > 0 {
return e("unsupported type %s", rv.Type())
}
return md.unifyAnything(data, rv)
case reflect.Float32:
fallthrough
case reflect.Float64:
return md.unifyFloat64(data, rv)
}
return e("unsupported type %s", rv.Kind())
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyStruct(mapping interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
tmap, ok := mapping.(map[string]interface{})
if !ok {
if mapping == nil {
return nil
}
return e("type mismatch for %s: expected table but found %T",
rv.Type().String(), mapping)
}
for key, datum := range tmap {
var f *field
fields := cachedTypeFields(rv.Type())
for i := range fields {
ff := &fields[i]
if ff.name == key {
f = ff
break
}
if f == nil && strings.EqualFold(ff.name, key) {
f = ff
}
}
if f != nil {
subv := rv
for _, i := range f.index {
subv = indirect(subv.Field(i))
}
if isUnifiable(subv) {
md.decoded[md.context.add(key).String()] = true
md.context = append(md.context, key)
if err := md.unify(datum, subv); err != nil {
return err
}
md.context = md.context[0 : len(md.context)-1]
} else if f.name != "" {
// Bad user! No soup for you!
return e("cannot write unexported field %s.%s",
rv.Type().String(), f.name)
}
}
}
return nil
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyMap(mapping interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
tmap, ok := mapping.(map[string]interface{})
if !ok {
if tmap == nil {
return nil
}
return badtype("map", mapping)
}
if rv.IsNil() {
rv.Set(reflect.MakeMap(rv.Type()))
}
for k, v := range tmap {
md.decoded[md.context.add(k).String()] = true
md.context = append(md.context, k)
rvkey := indirect(reflect.New(rv.Type().Key()))
rvval := reflect.Indirect(reflect.New(rv.Type().Elem()))
if err := md.unify(v, rvval); err != nil {
return err
}
md.context = md.context[0 : len(md.context)-1]
rvkey.SetString(k)
rv.SetMapIndex(rvkey, rvval)
}
return nil
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyArray(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
datav := reflect.ValueOf(data)
if datav.Kind() != reflect.Slice {
if !datav.IsValid() {
return nil
}
return badtype("slice", data)
}
sliceLen := datav.Len()
if sliceLen != rv.Len() {
return e("expected array length %d; got TOML array of length %d",
rv.Len(), sliceLen)
}
return md.unifySliceArray(datav, rv)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifySlice(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
datav := reflect.ValueOf(data)
if datav.Kind() != reflect.Slice {
if !datav.IsValid() {
return nil
}
return badtype("slice", data)
}
n := datav.Len()
if rv.IsNil() || rv.Cap() < n {
rv.Set(reflect.MakeSlice(rv.Type(), n, n))
}
rv.SetLen(n)
return md.unifySliceArray(datav, rv)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifySliceArray(data, rv reflect.Value) error {
sliceLen := data.Len()
for i := 0; i < sliceLen; i++ {
v := data.Index(i).Interface()
sliceval := indirect(rv.Index(i))
if err := md.unify(v, sliceval); err != nil {
return err
}
}
return nil
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyDatetime(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
if _, ok := data.(time.Time); ok {
rv.Set(reflect.ValueOf(data))
return nil
}
return badtype("time.Time", data)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyString(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
if s, ok := data.(string); ok {
rv.SetString(s)
return nil
}
return badtype("string", data)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyFloat64(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
if num, ok := data.(float64); ok {
switch rv.Kind() {
case reflect.Float32:
fallthrough
case reflect.Float64:
rv.SetFloat(num)
default:
panic("bug")
}
return nil
}
return badtype("float", data)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyInt(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
if num, ok := data.(int64); ok {
if rv.Kind() >= reflect.Int && rv.Kind() <= reflect.Int64 {
switch rv.Kind() {
case reflect.Int, reflect.Int64:
// No bounds checking necessary.
case reflect.Int8:
if num < math.MinInt8 || num > math.MaxInt8 {
return e("value %d is out of range for int8", num)
}
case reflect.Int16:
if num < math.MinInt16 || num > math.MaxInt16 {
return e("value %d is out of range for int16", num)
}
case reflect.Int32:
if num < math.MinInt32 || num > math.MaxInt32 {
return e("value %d is out of range for int32", num)
}
}
rv.SetInt(num)
} else if rv.Kind() >= reflect.Uint && rv.Kind() <= reflect.Uint64 {
unum := uint64(num)
switch rv.Kind() {
case reflect.Uint, reflect.Uint64:
// No bounds checking necessary.
case reflect.Uint8:
if num < 0 || unum > math.MaxUint8 {
return e("value %d is out of range for uint8", num)
}
case reflect.Uint16:
if num < 0 || unum > math.MaxUint16 {
return e("value %d is out of range for uint16", num)
}
case reflect.Uint32:
if num < 0 || unum > math.MaxUint32 {
return e("value %d is out of range for uint32", num)
}
}
rv.SetUint(unum)
} else {
panic("unreachable")
}
return nil
}
return badtype("integer", data)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyBool(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
if b, ok := data.(bool); ok {
rv.SetBool(b)
return nil
}
return badtype("boolean", data)
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyAnything(data interface{}, rv reflect.Value) error {
rv.Set(reflect.ValueOf(data))
return nil
}
func (md *MetaData) unifyText(data interface{}, v TextUnmarshaler) error {
var s string
switch sdata := data.(type) {
case TextMarshaler:
text, err := sdata.MarshalText()
if err != nil {
return err
}
s = string(text)
case fmt.Stringer:
s = sdata.String()
case string:
s = sdata
case bool:
s = fmt.Sprintf("%v", sdata)
case int64:
s = fmt.Sprintf("%d", sdata)
case float64:
s = fmt.Sprintf("%f", sdata)
default:
return badtype("primitive (string-like)", data)
}
if err := v.UnmarshalText([]byte(s)); err != nil {
return err
}
return nil
}
// rvalue returns a reflect.Value of `v`. All pointers are resolved.
func rvalue(v interface{}) reflect.Value {
return indirect(reflect.ValueOf(v))
}
// indirect returns the value pointed to by a pointer.
// Pointers are followed until the value is not a pointer.
// New values are allocated for each nil pointer.
//
// An exception to this rule is if the value satisfies an interface of
// interest to us (like encoding.TextUnmarshaler).
func indirect(v reflect.Value) reflect.Value {
if v.Kind() != reflect.Ptr {
if v.CanSet() {
pv := v.Addr()
if _, ok := pv.Interface().(TextUnmarshaler); ok {
return pv
}
}
return v
}
if v.IsNil() {
v.Set(reflect.New(v.Type().Elem()))
}
return indirect(reflect.Indirect(v))
}
func isUnifiable(rv reflect.Value) bool {
if rv.CanSet() {
return true
}
if _, ok := rv.Interface().(TextUnmarshaler); ok {
return true
}
return false
}
func badtype(expected string, data interface{}) error {
return e("cannot load TOML value of type %T into a Go %s", data, expected)
}

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package toml
import "strings"
// MetaData allows access to meta information about TOML data that may not
// be inferrable via reflection. In particular, whether a key has been defined
// and the TOML type of a key.
type MetaData struct {
mapping map[string]interface{}
types map[string]tomlType
keys []Key
decoded map[string]bool
context Key // Used only during decoding.
}
// IsDefined returns true if the key given exists in the TOML data. The key
// should be specified hierarchially. e.g.,
//
// // access the TOML key 'a.b.c'
// IsDefined("a", "b", "c")
//
// IsDefined will return false if an empty key given. Keys are case sensitive.
func (md *MetaData) IsDefined(key ...string) bool {
if len(key) == 0 {
return false
}
var hash map[string]interface{}
var ok bool
var hashOrVal interface{} = md.mapping
for _, k := range key {
if hash, ok = hashOrVal.(map[string]interface{}); !ok {
return false
}
if hashOrVal, ok = hash[k]; !ok {
return false
}
}
return true
}
// Type returns a string representation of the type of the key specified.
//
// Type will return the empty string if given an empty key or a key that
// does not exist. Keys are case sensitive.
func (md *MetaData) Type(key ...string) string {
fullkey := strings.Join(key, ".")
if typ, ok := md.types[fullkey]; ok {
return typ.typeString()
}
return ""
}
// Key is the type of any TOML key, including key groups. Use (MetaData).Keys
// to get values of this type.
type Key []string
func (k Key) String() string {
return strings.Join(k, ".")
}
func (k Key) maybeQuotedAll() string {
var ss []string
for i := range k {
ss = append(ss, k.maybeQuoted(i))
}
return strings.Join(ss, ".")
}
func (k Key) maybeQuoted(i int) string {
quote := false
for _, c := range k[i] {
if !isBareKeyChar(c) {
quote = true
break
}
}
if quote {
return "\"" + strings.Replace(k[i], "\"", "\\\"", -1) + "\""
}
return k[i]
}
func (k Key) add(piece string) Key {
newKey := make(Key, len(k)+1)
copy(newKey, k)
newKey[len(k)] = piece
return newKey
}
// Keys returns a slice of every key in the TOML data, including key groups.
// Each key is itself a slice, where the first element is the top of the
// hierarchy and the last is the most specific.
//
// The list will have the same order as the keys appeared in the TOML data.
//
// All keys returned are non-empty.
func (md *MetaData) Keys() []Key {
return md.keys
}
// Undecoded returns all keys that have not been decoded in the order in which
// they appear in the original TOML document.
//
// This includes keys that haven't been decoded because of a Primitive value.
// Once the Primitive value is decoded, the keys will be considered decoded.
//
// Also note that decoding into an empty interface will result in no decoding,
// and so no keys will be considered decoded.
//
// In this sense, the Undecoded keys correspond to keys in the TOML document
// that do not have a concrete type in your representation.
func (md *MetaData) Undecoded() []Key {
undecoded := make([]Key, 0, len(md.keys))
for _, key := range md.keys {
if !md.decoded[key.String()] {
undecoded = append(undecoded, key)
}
}
return undecoded
}

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/*
Package toml provides facilities for decoding and encoding TOML configuration
files via reflection. There is also support for delaying decoding with
the Primitive type, and querying the set of keys in a TOML document with the
MetaData type.
The specification implemented: https://github.com/mojombo/toml
The sub-command github.com/BurntSushi/toml/cmd/tomlv can be used to verify
whether a file is a valid TOML document. It can also be used to print the
type of each key in a TOML document.
Testing
There are two important types of tests used for this package. The first is
contained inside '*_test.go' files and uses the standard Go unit testing
framework. These tests are primarily devoted to holistically testing the
decoder and encoder.
The second type of testing is used to verify the implementation's adherence
to the TOML specification. These tests have been factored into their own
project: https://github.com/BurntSushi/toml-test
The reason the tests are in a separate project is so that they can be used by
any implementation of TOML. Namely, it is language agnostic.
*/
package toml

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package toml
import (
"bufio"
"errors"
"fmt"
"io"
"reflect"
"sort"
"strconv"
"strings"
"time"
)
type tomlEncodeError struct{ error }
var (
errArrayMixedElementTypes = errors.New(
"toml: cannot encode array with mixed element types")
errArrayNilElement = errors.New(
"toml: cannot encode array with nil element")
errNonString = errors.New(
"toml: cannot encode a map with non-string key type")
errAnonNonStruct = errors.New(
"toml: cannot encode an anonymous field that is not a struct")
errArrayNoTable = errors.New(
"toml: TOML array element cannot contain a table")
errNoKey = errors.New(
"toml: top-level values must be Go maps or structs")
errAnything = errors.New("") // used in testing
)
var quotedReplacer = strings.NewReplacer(
"\t", "\\t",
"\n", "\\n",
"\r", "\\r",
"\"", "\\\"",
"\\", "\\\\",
)
// Encoder controls the encoding of Go values to a TOML document to some
// io.Writer.
//
// The indentation level can be controlled with the Indent field.
type Encoder struct {
// A single indentation level. By default it is two spaces.
Indent string
// hasWritten is whether we have written any output to w yet.
hasWritten bool
w *bufio.Writer
}
// NewEncoder returns a TOML encoder that encodes Go values to the io.Writer
// given. By default, a single indentation level is 2 spaces.
func NewEncoder(w io.Writer) *Encoder {
return &Encoder{
w: bufio.NewWriter(w),
Indent: " ",
}
}
// Encode writes a TOML representation of the Go value to the underlying
// io.Writer. If the value given cannot be encoded to a valid TOML document,
// then an error is returned.
//
// The mapping between Go values and TOML values should be precisely the same
// as for the Decode* functions. Similarly, the TextMarshaler interface is
// supported by encoding the resulting bytes as strings. (If you want to write
// arbitrary binary data then you will need to use something like base64 since
// TOML does not have any binary types.)
//
// When encoding TOML hashes (i.e., Go maps or structs), keys without any
// sub-hashes are encoded first.
//
// If a Go map is encoded, then its keys are sorted alphabetically for
// deterministic output. More control over this behavior may be provided if
// there is demand for it.
//
// Encoding Go values without a corresponding TOML representation---like map
// types with non-string keys---will cause an error to be returned. Similarly
// for mixed arrays/slices, arrays/slices with nil elements, embedded
// non-struct types and nested slices containing maps or structs.
// (e.g., [][]map[string]string is not allowed but []map[string]string is OK
// and so is []map[string][]string.)
func (enc *Encoder) Encode(v interface{}) error {
rv := eindirect(reflect.ValueOf(v))
if err := enc.safeEncode(Key([]string{}), rv); err != nil {
return err
}
return enc.w.Flush()
}
func (enc *Encoder) safeEncode(key Key, rv reflect.Value) (err error) {
defer func() {
if r := recover(); r != nil {
if terr, ok := r.(tomlEncodeError); ok {
err = terr.error
return
}
panic(r)
}
}()
enc.encode(key, rv)
return nil
}
func (enc *Encoder) encode(key Key, rv reflect.Value) {
// Special case. Time needs to be in ISO8601 format.
// Special case. If we can marshal the type to text, then we used that.
// Basically, this prevents the encoder for handling these types as
// generic structs (or whatever the underlying type of a TextMarshaler is).
switch rv.Interface().(type) {
case time.Time, TextMarshaler:
enc.keyEqElement(key, rv)
return
}
k := rv.Kind()
switch k {
case reflect.Int, reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32,
reflect.Int64,
reflect.Uint, reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32,
reflect.Uint64,
reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64, reflect.String, reflect.Bool:
enc.keyEqElement(key, rv)
case reflect.Array, reflect.Slice:
if typeEqual(tomlArrayHash, tomlTypeOfGo(rv)) {
enc.eArrayOfTables(key, rv)
} else {
enc.keyEqElement(key, rv)
}
case reflect.Interface:
if rv.IsNil() {
return
}
enc.encode(key, rv.Elem())
case reflect.Map:
if rv.IsNil() {
return
}
enc.eTable(key, rv)
case reflect.Ptr:
if rv.IsNil() {
return
}
enc.encode(key, rv.Elem())
case reflect.Struct:
enc.eTable(key, rv)
default:
panic(e("unsupported type for key '%s': %s", key, k))
}
}
// eElement encodes any value that can be an array element (primitives and
// arrays).
func (enc *Encoder) eElement(rv reflect.Value) {
switch v := rv.Interface().(type) {
case time.Time:
// Special case time.Time as a primitive. Has to come before
// TextMarshaler below because time.Time implements
// encoding.TextMarshaler, but we need to always use UTC.
enc.wf(v.UTC().Format("2006-01-02T15:04:05Z"))
return
case TextMarshaler:
// Special case. Use text marshaler if it's available for this value.
if s, err := v.MarshalText(); err != nil {
encPanic(err)
} else {
enc.writeQuoted(string(s))
}
return
}
switch rv.Kind() {
case reflect.Bool:
enc.wf(strconv.FormatBool(rv.Bool()))
case reflect.Int, reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32,
reflect.Int64:
enc.wf(strconv.FormatInt(rv.Int(), 10))
case reflect.Uint, reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16,
reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64:
enc.wf(strconv.FormatUint(rv.Uint(), 10))
case reflect.Float32:
enc.wf(floatAddDecimal(strconv.FormatFloat(rv.Float(), 'f', -1, 32)))
case reflect.Float64:
enc.wf(floatAddDecimal(strconv.FormatFloat(rv.Float(), 'f', -1, 64)))
case reflect.Array, reflect.Slice:
enc.eArrayOrSliceElement(rv)
case reflect.Interface:
enc.eElement(rv.Elem())
case reflect.String:
enc.writeQuoted(rv.String())
default:
panic(e("unexpected primitive type: %s", rv.Kind()))
}
}
// By the TOML spec, all floats must have a decimal with at least one
// number on either side.
func floatAddDecimal(fstr string) string {
if !strings.Contains(fstr, ".") {
return fstr + ".0"
}
return fstr
}
func (enc *Encoder) writeQuoted(s string) {
enc.wf("\"%s\"", quotedReplacer.Replace(s))
}
func (enc *Encoder) eArrayOrSliceElement(rv reflect.Value) {
length := rv.Len()
enc.wf("[")
for i := 0; i < length; i++ {
elem := rv.Index(i)
enc.eElement(elem)
if i != length-1 {
enc.wf(", ")
}
}
enc.wf("]")
}
func (enc *Encoder) eArrayOfTables(key Key, rv reflect.Value) {
if len(key) == 0 {
encPanic(errNoKey)
}
for i := 0; i < rv.Len(); i++ {
trv := rv.Index(i)
if isNil(trv) {
continue
}
panicIfInvalidKey(key)
enc.newline()
enc.wf("%s[[%s]]", enc.indentStr(key), key.maybeQuotedAll())
enc.newline()
enc.eMapOrStruct(key, trv)
}
}
func (enc *Encoder) eTable(key Key, rv reflect.Value) {
panicIfInvalidKey(key)
if len(key) == 1 {
// Output an extra new line between top-level tables.
// (The newline isn't written if nothing else has been written though.)
enc.newline()
}
if len(key) > 0 {
enc.wf("%s[%s]", enc.indentStr(key), key.maybeQuotedAll())
enc.newline()
}
enc.eMapOrStruct(key, rv)
}
func (enc *Encoder) eMapOrStruct(key Key, rv reflect.Value) {
switch rv := eindirect(rv); rv.Kind() {
case reflect.Map:
enc.eMap(key, rv)
case reflect.Struct:
enc.eStruct(key, rv)
default:
panic("eTable: unhandled reflect.Value Kind: " + rv.Kind().String())
}
}
func (enc *Encoder) eMap(key Key, rv reflect.Value) {
rt := rv.Type()
if rt.Key().Kind() != reflect.String {
encPanic(errNonString)
}
// Sort keys so that we have deterministic output. And write keys directly
// underneath this key first, before writing sub-structs or sub-maps.
var mapKeysDirect, mapKeysSub []string
for _, mapKey := range rv.MapKeys() {
k := mapKey.String()
if typeIsHash(tomlTypeOfGo(rv.MapIndex(mapKey))) {
mapKeysSub = append(mapKeysSub, k)
} else {
mapKeysDirect = append(mapKeysDirect, k)
}
}
var writeMapKeys = func(mapKeys []string) {
sort.Strings(mapKeys)
for _, mapKey := range mapKeys {
mrv := rv.MapIndex(reflect.ValueOf(mapKey))
if isNil(mrv) {
// Don't write anything for nil fields.
continue
}
enc.encode(key.add(mapKey), mrv)
}
}
writeMapKeys(mapKeysDirect)
writeMapKeys(mapKeysSub)
}
func (enc *Encoder) eStruct(key Key, rv reflect.Value) {
// Write keys for fields directly under this key first, because if we write
// a field that creates a new table, then all keys under it will be in that
// table (not the one we're writing here).
rt := rv.Type()
var fieldsDirect, fieldsSub [][]int
var addFields func(rt reflect.Type, rv reflect.Value, start []int)
addFields = func(rt reflect.Type, rv reflect.Value, start []int) {
for i := 0; i < rt.NumField(); i++ {
f := rt.Field(i)
// skip unexported fields
if f.PkgPath != "" && !f.Anonymous {
continue
}
frv := rv.Field(i)
if f.Anonymous {
t := f.Type
switch t.Kind() {
case reflect.Struct:
// Treat anonymous struct fields with
// tag names as though they are not
// anonymous, like encoding/json does.
if getOptions(f.Tag).name == "" {
addFields(t, frv, f.Index)
continue
}
case reflect.Ptr:
if t.Elem().Kind() == reflect.Struct &&
getOptions(f.Tag).name == "" {
if !frv.IsNil() {
addFields(t.Elem(), frv.Elem(), f.Index)
}
continue
}
// Fall through to the normal field encoding logic below
// for non-struct anonymous fields.
}
}
if typeIsHash(tomlTypeOfGo(frv)) {
fieldsSub = append(fieldsSub, append(start, f.Index...)<