css-syntax-error.es6

import supportsColor from 'supports-color'
import chalk from 'chalk'

import terminalHighlight from './terminal-highlight'

/**
 * The CSS parser throws this error for broken CSS.
 *
 * Custom parsers can throw this error for broken custom syntax using
 * the {@link Node#error} method.
 *
 * PostCSS will use the input source map to detect the original error location.
 * If you wrote a Sass file, compiled it to CSS and then parsed it with PostCSS,
 * PostCSS will show the original position in the Sass file.
 *
 * If you need the position in the PostCSS input
 * (e.g., to debug the previous compiler), use `error.input.file`.
 *
 * @example
 * // Catching and checking syntax error
 * try {
 *   postcss.parse('a{')
 * } catch (error) {
 *   if (error.name === 'CssSyntaxError') {
 *     error //=> CssSyntaxError
 *   }
 * }
 *
 * @example
 * // Raising error from plugin
 * throw node.error('Unknown variable', { plugin: 'postcss-vars' })
 */
class CssSyntaxError {
  /**
   * @param {string} message  Error message.
   * @param {number} [line]   Source line of the error.
   * @param {number} [column] Source column of the error.
   * @param {string} [source] Source code of the broken file.
   * @param {string} [file]   Absolute path to the broken file.
   * @param {string} [plugin] PostCSS plugin name, if error came from plugin.
   */
  constructor (message, line, column, source, file, plugin) {
    /**
     * Always equal to `'CssSyntaxError'`. You should always check error type
     * by `error.name === 'CssSyntaxError'`
     * instead of `error instanceof CssSyntaxError`,
     * because npm could have several PostCSS versions.
     *
     * @type {string}
     *
     * @example
     * if (error.name === 'CssSyntaxError') {
     *   error //=> CssSyntaxError
     * }
     */
    this.name = 'CssSyntaxError'
    /**
     * Error message.
     *
     * @type {string}
     *
     * @example
     * error.message //=> 'Unclosed block'
     */
    this.reason = message

    if (file) {
      /**
       * Absolute path to the broken file.
       *
       * @type {string}
       *
       * @example
       * error.file       //=> 'a.sass'
       * error.input.file //=> 'a.css'
       */
      this.file = file
    }
    if (source) {
      /**
       * Source code of the broken file.
       *
       * @type {string}
       *
       * @example
       * error.source       //=> 'a { b {} }'
       * error.input.column //=> 'a b { }'
       */
      this.source = source
    }
    if (plugin) {
      /**
       * Plugin name, if error came from plugin.
       *
       * @type {string}
       *
       * @example
       * error.plugin //=> 'postcss-vars'
       */
      this.plugin = plugin
    }
    if (typeof line !== 'undefined' && typeof column !== 'undefined') {
      /**
       * Source line of the error.
       *
       * @type {number}
       *
       * @example
       * error.line       //=> 2
       * error.input.line //=> 4
       */
      this.line = line
      /**
       * Source column of the error.
       *
       * @type {number}
       *
       * @example
       * error.column       //=> 1
       * error.input.column //=> 4
       */
      this.column = column
    }

    this.setMessage()

    if (Error.captureStackTrace) {
      Error.captureStackTrace(this, CssSyntaxError)
    }
  }

  setMessage () {
    /**
     * Full error text in the GNU error format
     * with plugin, file, line and column.
     *
     * @type {string}
     *
     * @example
     * error.message //=> 'a.css:1:1: Unclosed block'
     */
    this.message = this.plugin ? this.plugin + ': ' : ''
    this.message += this.file ? this.file : '<css input>'
    if (typeof this.line !== 'undefined') {
      this.message += ':' + this.line + ':' + this.column
    }
    this.message += ': ' + this.reason
  }

  /**
   * Returns a few lines of CSS source that caused the error.
   *
   * If the CSS has an input source map without `sourceContent`,
   * this method will return an empty string.
   *
   * @param {boolean} [color] Whether arrow will be colored red by terminal
   *                          color codes. By default, PostCSS will detect
   *                          color support by `process.stdout.isTTY`
   *                          and `process.env.NODE_DISABLE_COLORS`.
   *
   * @example
   * error.showSourceCode() //=> "  4 | }
   *                        //      5 | a {
   *                        //    > 6 |   bad
   *                        //        |   ^
   *                        //      7 | }
   *                        //      8 | b {"
   *
   * @return {string} Few lines of CSS source that caused the error.
   */
  showSourceCode (color) {
    if (!this.source) return ''

    let css = this.source
    if (terminalHighlight) {
      if (typeof color === 'undefined') color = supportsColor.stdout
      if (color) css = terminalHighlight(css)
    }

    const lines = css.split(/\r?\n/)
    const start = Math.max(this.line - 3, 0)
    const end = Math.min(this.line + 2, lines.length)

    const maxWidth = String(end).length

    function mark (text) {
      if (color && chalk.red) {
        return chalk.red.bold(text)
      } else {
        return text
      }
    }
    function aside (text) {
      if (color && chalk.gray) {
        return chalk.gray(text)
      } else {
        return text
      }
    }

    return lines.slice(start, end).map((line, index) => {
      const number = start + 1 + index
      const gutter = ' ' + (' ' + number).slice(-maxWidth) + ' | '
      if (number === this.line) {
        const spacing = aside(gutter.replace(/\d/g, ' ')) +
          line.slice(0, this.column - 1).replace(/[^\t]/g, ' ')
        return mark('>') + aside(gutter) + line + '\n ' + spacing + mark('^')
      } else {
        return ' ' + aside(gutter) + line
      }
    }).join('\n')
  }

  /**
   * Returns error position, message and source code of the broken part.
   *
   * @example
   * error.toString() //=> "CssSyntaxError: app.css:1:1: Unclosed block
   *                  //    > 1 | a {
   *                  //        | ^"
   *
   * @return {string} Error position, message and source code.
   */
  toString () {
    let code = this.showSourceCode()
    if (code) {
      code = '\n\n' + code + '\n'
    }
    return this.name + ': ' + this.message + code
  }

  /**
   * @memberof CssSyntaxError#
   * @member {Input} input Input object with PostCSS internal information
   *                       about input file. If input has source map
   *                       from previous tool, PostCSS will use origin
   *                       (for example, Sass) source. You can use this
   *                       object to get PostCSS input source.
   *
   * @example
   * error.input.file //=> 'a.css'
   * error.file       //=> 'a.sass'
   */
}

export default CssSyntaxError