File: accessors.go

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package objx

import (
	"fmt"
	"regexp"
	"strconv"
	"strings"
)

// arrayAccesRegexString is the regex used to extract the array number
// from the access path
const arrayAccesRegexString = `^(.+)\[([0-9]+)\]$`

// arrayAccesRegex is the compiled arrayAccesRegexString
var arrayAccesRegex = regexp.MustCompile(arrayAccesRegexString)

// Get gets the value using the specified selector and
// returns it inside a new Obj object.
//
// If it cannot find the value, Get will return a nil
// value inside an instance of Obj.
//
// Get can only operate directly on map[string]interface{} and []interface.
//
// Example
//
// To access the title of the third chapter of the second book, do:
//
//    o.Get("books[1].chapters[2].title")
func (m Map) Get(selector string) *Value {
	rawObj := access(m, selector, nil, false, false)
	return &Value{data: rawObj}
}

// Set sets the value using the specified selector and
// returns the object on which Set was called.
//
// Set can only operate directly on map[string]interface{} and []interface
//
// Example
//
// To set the title of the third chapter of the second book, do:
//
//    o.Set("books[1].chapters[2].title","Time to Go")
func (m Map) Set(selector string, value interface{}) Map {
	access(m, selector, value, true, false)
	return m
}

// access accesses the object using the selector and performs the
// appropriate action.
func access(current, selector, value interface{}, isSet, panics bool) interface{} {

	switch selector.(type) {
	case int, int8, int16, int32, int64, uint, uint8, uint16, uint32, uint64:

		if array, ok := current.([]interface{}); ok {
			index := intFromInterface(selector)

			if index >= len(array) {
				if panics {
					panic(fmt.Sprintf("objx: Index %d is out of range. Slice only contains %d items.", index, len(array)))
				}
				return nil
			}

			return array[index]
		}

		return nil

	case string:

		selStr := selector.(string)
		selSegs := strings.SplitN(selStr, PathSeparator, 2)
		thisSel := selSegs[0]
		index := -1
		var err error

		// https://github.com/stretchr/objx/issues/12
		if strings.Contains(thisSel, "[") {

			arrayMatches := arrayAccesRegex.FindStringSubmatch(thisSel)

			if len(arrayMatches) > 0 {

				// Get the key into the map
				thisSel = arrayMatches[1]

				// Get the index into the array at the key
				index, err = strconv.Atoi(arrayMatches[2])

				if err != nil {
					// This should never happen. If it does, something has gone
					// seriously wrong. Panic.
					panic("objx: Array index is not an integer.  Must use array[int].")
				}

			}
		}

		if curMap, ok := current.(Map); ok {
			current = map[string]interface{}(curMap)
		}

		// get the object in question
		switch current.(type) {
		case map[string]interface{}:
			curMSI := current.(map[string]interface{})
			if len(selSegs) <= 1 && isSet {
				curMSI[thisSel] = value
				return nil
			} else {
				current = curMSI[thisSel]
			}
		default:
			current = nil
		}

		if current == nil && panics {
			panic(fmt.Sprintf("objx: '%v' invalid on object.", selector))
		}

		// do we need to access the item of an array?
		if index > -1 {
			if array, ok := current.([]interface{}); ok {
				if index < len(array) {
					current = array[index]
				} else {
					if panics {
						panic(fmt.Sprintf("objx: Index %d is out of range. Slice only contains %d items.", index, len(array)))
					}
					current = nil
				}
			}
		}

		if len(selSegs) > 1 {
			current = access(current, selSegs[1], value, isSet, panics)
		}

	}

	return current

}

// intFromInterface converts an interface object to the largest
// representation of an unsigned integer using a type switch and
// assertions
func intFromInterface(selector interface{}) int {
	var value int
	switch selector.(type) {
	case int:
		value = selector.(int)
	case int8:
		value = int(selector.(int8))
	case int16:
		value = int(selector.(int16))
	case int32:
		value = int(selector.(int32))
	case int64:
		value = int(selector.(int64))
	case uint:
		value = int(selector.(uint))
	case uint8:
		value = int(selector.(uint8))
	case uint16:
		value = int(selector.(uint16))
	case uint32:
		value = int(selector.(uint32))
	case uint64:
		value = int(selector.(uint64))
	default:
		panic("objx: array access argument is not an integer type (this should never happen)")
	}

	return value
}