public PhpParser\ParserAbstract::SYMBOL_NONE = -1
public PhpParser\ParserAbstract::__construct(PhpParser\Lexer $lexer, array $options = [])

Creates a parser instance.

Options: Currently none.

    public PhpParser\ParserAbstract::parse(string $code, ?PhpParser\ErrorHandler $errorHandler = NULL)

    Parses PHP code into a node tree.

    If a non-throwing error handler is used, the parser will continue parsing after an error
    occurred and attempt to build a partial AST.

    • return Node\Stmt[]|null Array of statements (or null non-throwing error handler is used and the parser was unable to recover from an error).
    protected $action
    protected $actionBase
    protected $actionCheck
    protected $actionDefault
    protected $actionTableSize
    protected $defaultAction
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$endAttributes
    • var array End attributes of last *shifted* token
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$endAttributeStack
    • var array[] End attribute stack
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$errorHandler
    • var ErrorHandler Error handler
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$errorState
    • var int Error state, used to avoid error floods
    protected $errorSymbol
    protected $goto
    protected $gotoBase
    protected $gotoCheck
    protected $gotoDefault
    protected $gotoTableSize
    protected $invalidSymbol
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$lexer
    • var Lexer Lexer that is used when parsing
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$lookaheadStartAttributes
    • var array Start attributes of last *read* token
    protected $numNonLeafStates
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$productions
    • var array Names of the production rules (only necessary for debugging)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$reduceCallbacks
    • var callable[] Semantic action callbacks
    protected $ruleToLength
    protected $ruleToNonTerminal
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$semStack
    • var array Semantic value stack (contains values of tokens and semantic action results)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$semValue
    • var mixed Temporary value containing the result of last semantic action (reduction)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::$startAttributeStack
    • var array[] Start attribute stack
    protected $symbolToName
    protected $tokenToSymbol
    protected $tokenToSymbolMapSize
    protected $unexpectedTokenRule
    protected $YY2TBLSTATE
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkClass(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\Class_ $node, $namePos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkClassConst(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\ClassConst $node, $modifierPos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkClassMethod(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\ClassMethod $node, $modifierPos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkInterface(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\Interface_ $node, $namePos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkModifier( $a, $b, $modifierPos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkNamespace(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\Namespace_ $node)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkParam(PhpParser\Node\Param $node)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkProperty(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\Property $node, $modifierPos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkTryCatch(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\TryCatch $node)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::checkUseUse(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\UseUse $node, $namePos)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::createCommentNopAttributes(array $comments)

    Create attributes for a zero-length common-capturing nop.

    • return array
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::doParse()
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::emitError(PhpParser\Error $error)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::fixupPhp5StaticPropCall( $prop, array $args, array $attributes) : PhpParser\Node\Expr\StaticCall

    Fix up parsing of static property calls in PHP 5.

    In PHP 5 A::$b[c][d] and A::$b[c][d]() have very different interpretation. The former is
    interpreted as (A::$b)[c][d], while the latter is the same as A::{$b[c][d]}(). We parse the
    latter as the former initially and this method fixes the AST into the correct form when we
    encounter the "()".

    • return Expr\StaticCall
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::fixupStartAttributes(PhpParser\Node $to, PhpParser\Node $from)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::getAttributesAt(int $pos) : array

    Get combined start and end attributes at a stack location

    • return array Combined start and end attributes
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::getErrorMessage(int $symbol, int $state) : string

    Format error message including expected tokens.

    • return string Formatted error message
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::getExpectedTokens(int $state) : array

    Get limited number of expected tokens in given state.

    • return string[] Expected tokens. If too many, an empty array is returned.
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::getFloatCastKind(string $cast) : int
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::handleBuiltinTypes(PhpParser\Node\Name $name)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::handleNamespaces(array $stmts) : array

    Moves statements of semicolon-style namespaces into $ns->stmts and checks various error conditions.

    • return Node\Stmt[]
    protected initReduceCallbacks()
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::parseDocString(string $startToken, $contents, string $endToken, array $attributes, array $endTokenAttributes, bool $parseUnicodeEscape)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::parseLNumber( $str, $attributes, $allowInvalidOctal = false)
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::parseNumString(string $str, array $attributes)

    Parse a T_NUM_STRING token into either an integer or string node.

    • return LNumber|String_ Integer or string node.
    protected PhpParser\ParserAbstract::stripIndentation(string $string, int $indentLen, string $indentChar, bool $newlineAtStart, bool $newlineAtEnd, array $attributes)
    private PhpParser\ParserAbstract::fixupNamespaceAttributes(PhpParser\Node\Stmt\Namespace_ $stmt)
    private PhpParser\ParserAbstract::getNamespacingStyle(array $stmts)

    Determine namespacing style (semicolon or brace)

    • return null|string One of "semicolon", "brace" or null (no namespaces)
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