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// Copyright 2009 The RE2 Authors. All Rights Reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// The PrefilterTree class is used to form an AND-OR tree of strings
// that would trigger each regexp. The 'prefilter' of each regexp is
// added to PrefilterTree, and then PrefilterTree is used to find all
// the unique strings across the prefilters. During search, by using
// matches from a string matching engine, PrefilterTree deduces the
// set of regexps that are to be triggered. The 'string matching
// engine' itself is outside of this class, and the caller can use any
// favorite engine. PrefilterTree provides a set of strings (called
// atoms) that the user of this class should use to do the string
// matching.
#include <map>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "util/util.h"
#include "re2/prefilter.h"
#include "re2/sparse_array.h"
namespace re2 {
class PrefilterTree {
explicit PrefilterTree(int min_atom_len);
// Adds the prefilter for the next regexp. Note that we assume that
// Add called sequentially for all regexps. All Add calls
// must precede Compile.
void Add(Prefilter* prefilter);
// The Compile returns a vector of string in atom_vec.
// Call this after all the prefilters are added through Add.
// No calls to Add after Compile are allowed.
// The caller should use the returned set of strings to do string matching.
// Each time a string matches, the corresponding index then has to be
// and passed to RegexpsGivenStrings below.
void Compile(std::vector<std::string>* atom_vec);
// Given the indices of the atoms that matched, returns the indexes
// of regexps that should be searched. The matched_atoms should
// contain all the ids of string atoms that were found to match the
// content. The caller can use any string match engine to perform
// this function. This function is thread safe.
void RegexpsGivenStrings(const std::vector<int>& matched_atoms,
std::vector<int>* regexps) const;
// Print debug prefilter. Also prints unique ids associated with
// nodes of the prefilter of the regexp.
void PrintPrefilter(int regexpid);
typedef SparseArray<int> IntMap;
typedef std::map<int, int> StdIntMap;
typedef std::map<std::string, Prefilter*> NodeMap;
// Each unique node has a corresponding Entry that helps in
// passing the matching trigger information along the tree.
struct Entry {
// How many children should match before this node triggers the
// parent. For an atom and an OR node, this is 1 and for an AND
// node, it is the number of unique children.
int propagate_up_at_count;
// When this node is ready to trigger the parent, what are the indices
// of the parent nodes to trigger. The reason there may be more than
// one is because of sharing. For example (abc | def) and (xyz | def)
// are two different nodes, but they share the atom 'def'. So when
// 'def' matches, it triggers two parents, corresponding to the two
// different OR nodes.
StdIntMap* parents;
// When this node is ready to trigger the parent, what are the
// regexps that are triggered.
std::vector<int> regexps;
// Returns true if the prefilter node should be kept.
bool KeepNode(Prefilter* node) const;
// This function assigns unique ids to various parts of the
// prefilter, by looking at if these nodes are already in the
// PrefilterTree.
void AssignUniqueIds(NodeMap* nodes, std::vector<std::string>* atom_vec);
// Given the matching atoms, find the regexps to be triggered.
void PropagateMatch(const std::vector<int>& atom_ids,
IntMap* regexps) const;
// Returns the prefilter node that has the same NodeString as this
// node. For the canonical node, returns node.
Prefilter* CanonicalNode(NodeMap* nodes, Prefilter* node);
// A string that uniquely identifies the node. Assumes that the
// children of node has already been assigned unique ids.
std::string NodeString(Prefilter* node) const;
// Recursively constructs a readable prefilter string.
std::string DebugNodeString(Prefilter* node) const;
// Used for debugging.
void PrintDebugInfo(NodeMap* nodes);
// These are all the nodes formed by Compile. Essentially, there is
// one node for each unique atom and each unique AND/OR node.
std::vector<Entry> entries_;
// indices of regexps that always pass through the filter (since we
// found no required literals in these regexps).
std::vector<int> unfiltered_;
// vector of Prefilter for all regexps.
std::vector<Prefilter*> prefilter_vec_;
// Atom index in returned strings to entry id mapping.
std::vector<int> atom_index_to_id_;
// Has the prefilter tree been compiled.
bool compiled_;
// Strings less than this length are not stored as atoms.
const int min_atom_len_;
PrefilterTree(const PrefilterTree&) = delete;
PrefilterTree& operator=(const PrefilterTree&) = delete;
} // namespace