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// Copyright (C) 2010, 2014  Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. ("ISC")
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//
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#ifndef ISC_DATA_H
#define ISC_DATA_H 1
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#include <stdint.h>
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#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <map>
#include <boost/shared_ptr.hpp>
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#include <stdexcept>
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#include <exceptions/exceptions.h>
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namespace isc { namespace data {
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class Element;
// todo: describe the rationale behind ElementPtr?
typedef boost::shared_ptr<Element> ElementPtr;
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typedef boost::shared_ptr<const Element> ConstElementPtr;
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///
/// \brief A standard Data module exception that is thrown if a function
/// is called for an Element that has a wrong type (e.g. int_value on a
/// ListElement)
///
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class TypeError : public isc::Exception {
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public:
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    TypeError(const char* file, size_t line, const char* what) :
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        isc::Exception(file, line, what) {}
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};

///
/// \brief A standard Data module exception that is thrown if a parse
/// error is encountered when constructing an Element from a string
///
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// i'd like to use Exception here but we need one that is derived from
// runtime_error (as this one is directly based on external data, and
// i want to add some values to any static data string that is provided)
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class JSONError : public isc::Exception {
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public:
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    JSONError(const char* file, size_t line, const char* what) :
        isc::Exception(file, line, what) {}
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};

///
/// \brief The \c Element class represents a piece of data, used by
/// the command channel and configuration parts.
///
/// An \c Element can contain simple types (int, real, string, bool and
/// None), and composite types (list and string->element maps)
///
/// Elements should in calling functions usually be referenced through
/// an \c ElementPtr, which can be created using the factory functions
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/// \c Element::create() and \c Element::fromJSON()
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///
/// Notes to developers: Element is a base class, implemented by a
/// specific subclass for each type (IntElement, BoolElement, etc).
/// Element does define all functions for all types, and defaults to
/// raising a \c TypeError for functions that are not supported for
/// the type in question.
///
class Element {
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public:
    /// \brief Represents the position of the data element within a
    /// configuration string.
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    ///
    /// Position comprises a line number and an offset within this line
    /// where the element value starts. For example, if the JSON string is
    ///
    /// \code
    /// { "foo": "some string",
    ///   "bar": 123 }
    /// \endcode
    ///
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    /// the position of the element "bar" is: line_ = 2; pos_ = 9, because
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    /// begining of the value "123" is at offset 9 from the beginning of
    /// the second line, including whitespaces.
    ///
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    /// Note that the @c Position structure is used as an argument to @c Element
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    /// constructors and factory functions to avoid ambiguity and so that the
    /// uint32_t arguments holding line number and position within the line are
    /// not confused with the @c Element values passed to these functions.
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    struct Position {
        uint32_t line_; ///< Line number.
        uint32_t pos_;  ///< Position within the line.

        /// \brief Constructor.
        ///
        /// \param line Line number.
        /// \param pos Position within the line.
        Position(const uint32_t line, const uint32_t pos)
            : line_(line), pos_(pos) {
        }
    };

    /// \brief Returns @c Position object with line_ and pos_ set to 0.
    ///
    /// The object containing two zeros is a default for most of the
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    /// methods creating @c Element objects. The returned value is static
    /// so as it is not created everytime the function with the default
    /// position argument is called.
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    static const Position& ZERO_POSITION() {
        static Position position(0, 0);
        return (position);
    }

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private:
    // technically the type could be omitted; is it useful?
    // should we remove it or replace it with a pure virtual
    // function getType?
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    int type_;

    /// \brief Position of the element in the configuration string.
    Position position_;
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protected:
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    /// \brief Constructor.
    ///
    /// \param t Element type.
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    /// \param pos Structure holding position of the value of the data element.
    /// It comprises the line number and the position within this line. The values
    /// held in this structure are used for error logging purposes.
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    Element(int t, const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : type_(t), position_(pos) {
    }
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    // any is a special type used in list specifications, specifying
    // that the elements can be of any type
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    enum types { integer, real, boolean, null, string, list, map, any };
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    // base class; make dtor virtual
    virtual ~Element() {};

    /// \return the type of this element
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    int getType() const { return (type_); }

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    /// \brief Returns position where the data element's value starts in a
    /// configuration string.
    ///
    /// @warning The returned reference is valid as long as the object which
    /// created it lives.
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    const Position& getPosition() const { return (position_); }
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    /// Returns a string representing the Element and all its
    /// child elements; note that this is different from stringValue(),
    /// which only returns the single value of a StringElement
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    ///
    /// The resulting string will contain the Element in JSON format.
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    ///
    /// \return std::string containing the string representation
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    std::string str() const;
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    /// Returns the wireformat for the Element and all its child
    /// elements.
    ///
    /// \return std::string containing the element in wire format
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    std::string toWire() const;
    void toWire(std::ostream& out) const;
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    /// \name pure virtuals, every derived class must implement these
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    /// \return true if the other ElementPtr has the same type and value
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    virtual bool equals(const Element& other) const = 0;
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    /// Converts the Element to JSON format and appends it to
    /// the given stringstream.
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    virtual void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const = 0;
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    /// \name Type-specific getters
    ///
    /// \brief These functions only
    /// work on their corresponding Element type. For all other
    /// types, a TypeError is thrown.
    /// If you want an exception-safe getter method, use
    /// getValue() below
    //@{
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    virtual int64_t intValue() const
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    { isc_throw(TypeError, "intValue() called on non-integer Element"); };
    virtual double doubleValue() const
    { isc_throw(TypeError, "doubleValue() called on non-double Element"); };
    virtual bool boolValue() const
    { isc_throw(TypeError, "boolValue() called on non-Bool Element"); };
    virtual std::string stringValue() const
    { isc_throw(TypeError, "stringValue() called on non-string Element"); };
    virtual const std::vector<ConstElementPtr>& listValue() const {
        // replace with real exception or empty vector?
        isc_throw(TypeError, "listValue() called on non-list Element");
    };
    virtual const std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr>& mapValue() const {
        // replace with real exception or empty map?
        isc_throw(TypeError, "mapValue() called on non-map Element");
    };
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    //@}

    /// \name Exception-safe getters
    ///
    /// \brief The getValue() functions return false if the given reference
    /// is of another type than the element contains
    /// By default it always returns false; the derived classes
    /// override the function for their type, copying their
    /// data to the given reference and returning true
    ///
    //@{
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    virtual bool getValue(int64_t& t) const;
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    virtual bool getValue(double& t) const;
    virtual bool getValue(bool& t) const;
    virtual bool getValue(std::string& t) const;
    virtual bool getValue(std::vector<ConstElementPtr>& t) const;
    virtual bool getValue(std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr>& t) const;
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    //@}
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    ///
    /// \name Exception-safe setters.
    ///
    /// \brief Return false if the Element is not
    /// the right type. Set the value and return true if the Elements
    /// is of the correct type
    ///
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    /// Notes: Read notes of IntElement definition about the use of
    ///        long long int, long int and int.
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    virtual bool setValue(const long long int v);
    bool setValue(const long int i) { return (setValue(static_cast<long long int>(i))); };
    bool setValue(const int i) { return (setValue(static_cast<long long int>(i))); };
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    virtual bool setValue(const double v);
    virtual bool setValue(const bool t);
    virtual bool setValue(const std::string& v);
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    virtual bool setValue(const std::vector<ConstElementPtr>& v);
    virtual bool setValue(const std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr>& v);
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    //@}



    // Other functions for specific subtypes

    /// \name ListElement functions
    ///
    /// \brief If the Element on which these functions are called are not
    /// an instance of ListElement, a TypeError exception is thrown.
    //@{
    /// Returns the ElementPtr at the given index. If the index is out
    /// of bounds, this function throws an std::out_of_range exception.
    /// \param i The position of the ElementPtr to return
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    virtual ConstElementPtr get(const int i) const;
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    /// Sets the ElementPtr at the given index. If the index is out
    /// of bounds, this function throws an std::out_of_range exception.
    /// \param i The position of the ElementPtr to set
    /// \param element The ElementPtr to set at the position
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    virtual void set(const size_t i, ConstElementPtr element);
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    /// Adds an ElementPtr to the list
    /// \param element The ElementPtr to add
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    virtual void add(ConstElementPtr element);
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    /// Removes the element at the given position. If the index is out
    /// of nothing happens.
    /// \param i The index of the element to remove.
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    virtual void remove(const int i);
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    /// Returns the number of elements in the list.
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    virtual size_t size() const;
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    /// Return true if there are no elements in the list.
    virtual bool empty() const;
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    /// \name MapElement functions
    ///
    /// \brief If the Element on which these functions are called are not
    /// an instance of MapElement, a TypeError exception is thrown.
    //@{
    /// Returns the ElementPtr at the given key
    /// \param name The key of the Element to return
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    /// \return The ElementPtr at the given key, or null if not present
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    virtual ConstElementPtr get(const std::string& name) const;
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    /// Sets the ElementPtr at the given key
    /// \param name The key of the Element to set
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    /// \param element The ElementPtr to set at the given key.
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    virtual void set(const std::string& name, ConstElementPtr element);
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    /// Remove the ElementPtr at the given key
    /// \param name The key of the Element to remove
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    virtual void remove(const std::string& name);
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    /// Checks if there is data at the given key
    /// \param name The key of the Element to remove
    /// \return true if there is data at the key, false if not.
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    virtual bool contains(const std::string& name) const;
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    /// Recursively finds any data at the given identifier. The
    /// identifier is a /-separated list of names of nested maps, with
    /// the last name being the leaf that is returned.
    ///
    /// For instance, if you have a MapElement that contains another
    /// MapElement at the key "foo", and that second MapElement contains
    /// Another Element at key "bar", the identifier for that last
    /// element from the first is "foo/bar".
    ///
    /// \param identifier The identifier of the element to find
    /// \return The ElementPtr at the given identifier. Returns a
    /// null ElementPtr if it is not found, which can be checked with
    /// Element::is_null(ElementPtr e).
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    virtual ConstElementPtr find(const std::string& identifier) const;
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    /// See \c Element::find()
    /// \param identifier The identifier of the element to find
    /// \param t Reference to store the resulting ElementPtr, if found.
    /// \return true if the element was found, false if not.
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    virtual bool find(const std::string& identifier, ConstElementPtr& t) const;
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    /// \name Factory functions
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    // TODO: should we move all factory functions to a different class
    // so as not to burden the Element base with too many functions?
    // and/or perhaps even to a separate header?

    /// \name Direct factory functions
    /// \brief These functions simply wrap the given data directly
    /// in an Element object, and return a reference to it, in the form
    /// of an \c ElementPtr.
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    /// These factory functions are exception-free (unless there is
    /// no memory available, in which case bad_alloc is raised by the
    /// underlying system).
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    /// (Note that that is different from an NullElement, which
    /// represents an empty value, and is created with Element::create())
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    ///
    /// Notes: Read notes of IntElement definition about the use of
    ///        long long int, long int and int.
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    static ElementPtr create(const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
    static ElementPtr create(const long long int i,
                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
    static ElementPtr create(const int i,
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                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
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    static ElementPtr create(const long int i,
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                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
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    static ElementPtr create(const double d,
                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
    static ElementPtr create(const bool b,
                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
    static ElementPtr create(const std::string& s,
                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
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    // need both std:string and char *, since c++ will match
    // bool before std::string when you pass it a char *
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    static ElementPtr create(const char *s,
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                             const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
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    /// \brief Creates an empty ListElement type ElementPtr.
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    /// \param pos A structure holding position of the data element value
    /// in the configuration string. It is used for error logging purposes.
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    static ElementPtr createList(const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
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    /// \brief Creates an empty MapElement type ElementPtr.
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    ///
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    /// \param pos A structure holding position of the data element value
    /// in the configuration string. It is used for error logging purposes.
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    static ElementPtr createMap(const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION());
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    /// \name Compound factory functions

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    /// \brief These functions will parse the given string (JSON)
    /// representation  of a compound element. If there is a parse
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    /// error, an exception of the type isc::data::JSONError is thrown.
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    //@{
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    /// Creates an Element from the given JSON string
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    /// \param in The string to parse the element from
    /// \return An ElementPtr that contains the element(s) specified
    /// in the given string.
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    static ElementPtr fromJSON(const std::string& in);
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    /// Creates an Element from the given input stream containing JSON
    /// formatted data.
    ///
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    /// \param in The string to parse the element from
    /// \return An ElementPtr that contains the element(s) specified
    /// in the given input stream.
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    static ElementPtr fromJSON(std::istream& in) throw(JSONError);
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    static ElementPtr fromJSON(std::istream& in, const std::string& file_name)
        throw(JSONError);
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    /// Creates an Element from the given input stream, where we keep
    /// track of the location in the stream for error reporting.
    ///
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    /// \param in The string to parse the element from.
    /// \param file The input file name.
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    /// \param line A reference to the int where the function keeps
    /// track of the current line.
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    /// \param pos A reference to the int where the function keeps
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    /// track of the current position within the current line.
    /// \return An ElementPtr that contains the element(s) specified
    /// in the given input stream.
    // make this one private?
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    static ElementPtr fromJSON(std::istream& in, const std::string& file,
                               int& line, int &pos)
        throw(JSONError);
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    //@}

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    /// \name Type name conversion functions

    /// Returns the name of the given type as a string
    ///
    /// \param type The type to return the name of
    /// \return The name of the type, or "unknown" if the type
    ///         is not known.
    static std::string typeToName(Element::types type);

    /// Converts the string to the corresponding type
    /// Throws a TypeError if the name is unknown.
    ///
    /// \param type_name The name to get the type of
    /// \return the corresponding type value
    static Element::types nameToType(const std::string& type_name);

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    /// \name Wire format factory functions

    /// These function pparse the wireformat at the given stringstream
    /// (of the given length). If there is a parse error an exception
    /// of the type isc::cc::DecodeError is raised.
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    //@{
    /// Creates an Element from the wire format in the given
    /// stringstream of the given length.
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    /// Since the wire format is JSON, thise is the same as
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    /// fromJSON, and could be removed.
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    ///
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    /// \param in The input stringstream.
    /// \param length The length of the wireformat data in the stream
    /// \return ElementPtr with the data that is parsed.
    static ElementPtr fromWire(std::stringstream& in, int length);
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    /// Creates an Element from the wire format in the given string
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    /// Since the wire format is JSON, thise is the same as
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    /// fromJSON, and could be removed.
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    ///
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    /// \param s The input string
    /// \return ElementPtr with the data that is parsed.
    static ElementPtr fromWire(const std::string& s);
    //@}
};

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/// Notes: IntElement type is changed to int64_t.
///        Due to C++ problems on overloading and automatic type conversion,
///          (C++ tries to convert integer type values and reference/pointer
///           if value types do not match exactly)
///        We decided the storage as int64_t,
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///           three (long long, long, int) override function definitions
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///           and cast int/long/long long to int64_t via long long.
///        Therefore, call by value methods (create, setValue) have three
///        (int,long,long long) definitions. Others use int64_t.
///
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class IntElement : public Element {
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    int64_t i;
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    IntElement(int64_t v, const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : Element(integer, pos), i(v) { }
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    int64_t intValue() const { return (i); }
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    using Element::getValue;
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    bool getValue(int64_t& t) const { t = i; return (true); }
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    using Element::setValue;
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    bool setValue(long long int v) { i = v; return (true); }
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    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

class DoubleElement : public Element {
    double d;

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    DoubleElement(double v, const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : Element(real, pos), d(v) {};
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    double doubleValue() const { return (d); }
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    using Element::getValue;
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    bool getValue(double& t) const { t = d; return (true); }
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    using Element::setValue;
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    bool setValue(const double v) { d = v; return (true); }
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    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

class BoolElement : public Element {
    bool b;

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    BoolElement(const bool v, const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : Element(boolean, pos), b(v) {};
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    bool boolValue() const { return (b); }
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    using Element::getValue;
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    bool getValue(bool& t) const { t = b; return (true); }
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    using Element::setValue;
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    bool setValue(const bool v) { b = v; return (true); }
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    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

class NullElement : public Element {
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    NullElement(const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : Element(null, pos) {};
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    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

class StringElement : public Element {
    std::string s;

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    StringElement(std::string v, const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : Element(string, pos), s(v) {};
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    std::string stringValue() const { return (s); }
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    using Element::getValue;
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    bool getValue(std::string& t) const { t = s; return (true); }
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    using Element::setValue;
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    bool setValue(const std::string& v) { s = v; return (true); }
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    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

class ListElement : public Element {
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    std::vector<ConstElementPtr> l;
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    ListElement(const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION())
        : Element(list, pos) {}
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    const std::vector<ConstElementPtr>& listValue() const { return (l); }
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    using Element::getValue;
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    bool getValue(std::vector<ConstElementPtr>& t) const {
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        t = l;
        return (true);
    }
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    using Element::setValue;
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    bool setValue(const std::vector<ConstElementPtr>& v) {
        l = v;
        return (true);
    }
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    using Element::get;
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    ConstElementPtr get(int i) const { return (l.at(i)); }
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    using Element::set;
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    void set(size_t i, ConstElementPtr e) {
        l.at(i) = e;
    }
    void add(ConstElementPtr e) { l.push_back(e); };
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    using Element::remove;
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    void remove(int i) { l.erase(l.begin() + i); };
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    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
    size_t size() const { return (l.size()); }
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    bool empty() const { return (l.empty()); }
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    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

class MapElement : public Element {
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    std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr> m;
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    MapElement(const Position& pos = ZERO_POSITION()) : Element(map, pos) {}
    // @todo should we have direct iterators instead of exposing the std::map
    // here?
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    const std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr>& mapValue() const {
        return (m);
    }
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    using Element::getValue;
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    bool getValue(std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr>& t) const {
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        t = m;
        return (true);
    }
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    using Element::setValue;
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    bool setValue(const std::map<std::string, ConstElementPtr>& v) {
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        m = v;
        return (true);
    }
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    using Element::get;
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    ConstElementPtr get(const std::string& s) const {
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        return (contains(s) ? m.find(s)->second : ConstElementPtr());
    }
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    using Element::set;
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    void set(const std::string& key, ConstElementPtr value);
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    using Element::remove;
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    void remove(const std::string& s) { m.erase(s); }
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    bool contains(const std::string& s) const {
        return (m.find(s) != m.end());
    }
    void toJSON(std::ostream& ss) const;
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    // we should name the two finds better...
    // find the element at id; raises TypeError if one of the
    // elements at path except the one we're looking for is not a
    // mapelement.
    // returns an empty element if the item could not be found
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    ConstElementPtr find(const std::string& id) const;
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    // find the Element at 'id', and store the element pointer in t
    // returns true if found, or false if not found (either because
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    // it doesn't exist or one of the elements in the path is not
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    bool find(const std::string& id, ConstElementPtr& t) const;
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    bool equals(const Element& other) const;
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};

/// Checks whether the given ElementPtr is a NULL pointer
/// \param p The ElementPtr to check
/// \return true if it is NULL, false if not.
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bool isNull(ConstElementPtr p);
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///
/// \brief Remove all values from the first ElementPtr that are
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/// equal in the second. Both ElementPtrs MUST be MapElements
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/// The use for this function is to end up with a MapElement that
/// only contains new and changed values (for ModuleCCSession and
/// configuration update handlers)
/// Raises a TypeError if a or b are not MapElements
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void removeIdentical(ElementPtr a, ConstElementPtr b);

/// \brief Create a new ElementPtr from the first ElementPtr, removing all
/// values that are equal in the second. Both ElementPtrs MUST be MapElements.
/// The returned ElementPtr will be a MapElement that only contains new and
/// changed values (for ModuleCCSession and configuration update handlers).
/// Raises a TypeError if a or b are not MapElements
ConstElementPtr removeIdentical(ConstElementPtr a, ConstElementPtr b);
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/// \brief Merges the data from other into element.
/// (on the first level). Both elements must be
/// MapElements.
/// Every string,value pair in other is copied into element
/// (the ElementPtr of value is copied, this is not a new object)
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/// Unless the value is a NullElement, in which case the
/// key is removed from element, rather than setting the value to
/// the given NullElement.
/// This way, we can remove values from for instance maps with
/// configuration data (which would then result in reverting back
/// to the default).
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/// Raises a TypeError if either ElementPtr is not a MapElement
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void merge(ElementPtr element, ConstElementPtr other);
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///
/// \brief Insert the Element as a string into stream.
///
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/// This method converts the \c ElementPtr into a string with
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/// \c Element::str() and inserts it into the
/// output stream \c out.
///
/// This function overloads the global operator<< to behave as described in
/// ostream::operator<< but applied to \c ElementPtr objects.
///
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/// \param e The \c ElementPtr object to insert.
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std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& out, const Element& e);
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bool operator==(const Element& a, const Element& b);
bool operator!=(const Element& a, const Element& b);
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} }
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#endif // ISC_DATA_H
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// Local Variables:
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// mode: c++
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// End: