Bug 1114962 - Update the in-tree copies of acorn and pretty-fast. r=past
authorNick Fitzgerald <fitzgen@gmail.com>
Tue, 06 Jan 2015 15:24:00 -0500
changeset 248540 083244e156748d4864ce572f21ceadf6f69028a9
parent 248539 d68aaa3f8e5c4586e4f126e65a551e1237563600
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Bug 1114962 - Update the in-tree copies of acorn and pretty-fast. r=past acorn is now at db59bd0296c16796a07e82d2dc284861f464603e (untagged commit after 0.11.0 release). pretty-fast is now at abc8c1133cc5443fb3bb50c426731821d27300a6 (tagged 0.2.0).
browser/devtools/scratchpad/test/browser_scratchpad_pprint_error_goto_line.js
toolkit/devtools/acorn/acorn.js
toolkit/devtools/acorn/acorn_loose.js
toolkit/devtools/acorn/walk.js
toolkit/devtools/pretty-fast/pretty-fast.js
toolkit/devtools/pretty-fast/tests/unit/test.js
--- a/browser/devtools/scratchpad/test/browser_scratchpad_pprint_error_goto_line.js
+++ b/browser/devtools/scratchpad/test/browser_scratchpad_pprint_error_goto_line.js
@@ -10,56 +10,68 @@ function test()
   waitForExplicitFinish();
 
   gBrowser.selectedTab = gBrowser.addTab();
   gBrowser.selectedBrowser.addEventListener("load", function onLoad() {
     gBrowser.selectedBrowser.removeEventListener("load", onLoad, true);
     openScratchpad(runTests);
   }, true);
 
-  content.location = "data:text/html;charset=utf8,test Scratchpad pretty print error goto line.";
+  content.location = "data:text/html;charset=utf8,"
+    + "test Scratchpad pretty print error goto line.";
 }
 
 function testJumpToPrettyPrintError(sp, error, remark) {
   info("will test jumpToLine after prettyPrint error" + remark);
-    // CodeMirror lines and columns are 0-based, Scratchpad UI and error
-    // stack are 1-based.
-    is(/Invalid regexp flag \(3:10\)/.test(error), true, "prettyPrint expects error in editor text:\n" + error);
-    const errorLine = 3, errorColumn = 10;
-    const editorDoc = sp.editor.container.contentDocument;
-    sp.editor.jumpToLine();
-    const lineInput = editorDoc.querySelector("input");
-    const errorLocation = lineInput.value;
-    const [ inputLine, inputColumn ] = errorLocation.split(":");
-    is(inputLine, errorLine, "jumpToLine input field is set from editor selection (line)");
-    is(inputColumn, errorColumn, "jumpToLine input field is set from editor selection (column)");
-    EventUtils.synthesizeKey("VK_RETURN", { }, editorDoc.defaultView);
-    // CodeMirror lines and columns are 0-based, Scratchpad UI and error
-    // stack are 1-based.
-    const cursor = sp.editor.getCursor();
-    is(inputLine, cursor.line + 1, "jumpToLine goto error location (line)");
-    is(inputColumn, cursor.ch + 1, "jumpToLine goto error location (column)");
+
+  // CodeMirror lines and columns are 0-based, Scratchpad UI and error
+  // stack are 1-based.
+  is(/Invalid regular expression flag \(3:10\)/.test(error), true,
+     "prettyPrint expects error in editor text:\n" + error);
+
+  sp.editor.jumpToLine();
+
+  const editorDoc = sp.editor.container.contentDocument;
+  const lineInput = editorDoc.querySelector("input");
+  const errorLocation = lineInput.value;
+  const [ inputLine, inputColumn ] = errorLocation.split(":");
+  const errorLine = 3, errorColumn = 10;
+
+  is(inputLine, errorLine,
+     "jumpToLine input field is set from editor selection (line)");
+  is(inputColumn, errorColumn,
+     "jumpToLine input field is set from editor selection (column)");
+
+  EventUtils.synthesizeKey("VK_RETURN", { }, editorDoc.defaultView);
+
+  // CodeMirror lines and columns are 0-based, Scratchpad UI and error
+  // stack are 1-based.
+  const cursor = sp.editor.getCursor();
+  is(inputLine, cursor.line + 1, "jumpToLine goto error location (line)");
+  is(inputColumn, cursor.ch + 1, "jumpToLine goto error location (column)");
 }
 
 function runTests(sw, sp)
 {
   sp.setText([
     "// line 1",
     "// line 2",
     "var re = /a bad /regexp/; // line 3 is an obvious syntax error!",
     "// line 4",
     "// line 5",
     ""
   ].join("\n"));
+
   sp.prettyPrint().then(aFulfill => {
     ok(false, "Expecting Invalid regexp flag (3:10)");
     finish();
   }, error => {
     testJumpToPrettyPrintError(sp, error, " (Bug 1005471, first time)");
   });
+
   sp.prettyPrint().then(aFulfill => {
     ok(false, "Expecting Invalid regexp flag (3:10)");
     finish();
   }, error => {
     // Second time verifies bug in earlier implementation fixed.
     testJumpToPrettyPrintError(sp, error, " (second time)");
     finish();
   });
--- a/toolkit/devtools/acorn/acorn.js
+++ b/toolkit/devtools/acorn/acorn.js
@@ -1,1768 +1,2696 @@
-// Acorn is a tiny, fast JavaScript parser written in JavaScript.
-//
-// Acorn was written by Marijn Haverbeke and released under an MIT
-// license. The Unicode regexps (for identifiers and whitespace) were
-// taken from [Esprima](http://esprima.org) by Ariya Hidayat.
-//
-// Git repositories for Acorn are available at
-//
-//     http://marijnhaverbeke.nl/git/acorn
-//     https://github.com/marijnh/acorn.git
-//
-// Please use the [github bug tracker][ghbt] to report issues.
-//
-// [ghbt]: https://github.com/marijnh/acorn/issues
-//
-// This file defines the main parser interface. The library also comes
-// with a [error-tolerant parser][dammit] and an
-// [abstract syntax tree walker][walk], defined in other files.
-//
-// [dammit]: acorn_loose.js
-// [walk]: util/walk.js
-
-(function(root, mod) {
-  if (typeof exports == "object" && typeof module == "object") return mod(exports); // CommonJS
-  if (typeof define == "function" && define.amd) return define(["exports"], mod); // AMD
-  mod(root.acorn || (root.acorn = {})); // Plain browser env
-})(this, function(exports) {
-  "use strict";
-
-  exports.version = "0.4.1";
-
-  // The main exported interface (under `self.acorn` when in the
-  // browser) is a `parse` function that takes a code string and
-  // returns an abstract syntax tree as specified by [Mozilla parser
-  // API][api], with the caveat that the SpiderMonkey-specific syntax
-  // (`let`, `yield`, inline XML, etc) is not recognized.
-  //
-  // [api]: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/SpiderMonkey/Parser_API
-
-  var options, input, inputLen, sourceFile;
-
-  exports.parse = function(inpt, opts) {
-    input = String(inpt); inputLen = input.length;
-    setOptions(opts);
-    initTokenState();
-    return parseTopLevel(options.program);
-  };
-
-  // A second optional argument can be given to further configure
-  // the parser process. These options are recognized:
-
-  var defaultOptions = exports.defaultOptions = {
-    // `ecmaVersion` indicates the ECMAScript version to parse. Must
-    // be either 3 or 5. This
-    // influences support for strict mode, the set of reserved words, and
-    // support for getters and setter.
-    ecmaVersion: 5,
-    // Turn on `strictSemicolons` to prevent the parser from doing
-    // automatic semicolon insertion.
-    strictSemicolons: false,
-    // When `allowTrailingCommas` is false, the parser will not allow
-    // trailing commas in array and object literals.
-    allowTrailingCommas: true,
-    // By default, reserved words are not enforced. Enable
-    // `forbidReserved` to enforce them.
-    forbidReserved: false,
-    // When `locations` is on, `loc` properties holding objects with
-    // `start` and `end` properties in `{line, column}` form (with
-    // line being 1-based and column 0-based) will be attached to the
-    // nodes.
-    locations: false,
-    // A function can be passed as `onComment` option, which will
-    // cause Acorn to call that function with `(block, text, start,
-    // end)` parameters whenever a comment is skipped. `block` is a
-    // boolean indicating whether this is a block (`/* */`) comment,
-    // `text` is the content of the comment, and `start` and `end` are
-    // character offsets that denote the start and end of the comment.
-    // When the `locations` option is on, two more parameters are
-    // passed, the full `{line, column}` locations of the start and
-    // end of the comments. Note that you are not allowed to call the
-    // parser from the callback—that will corrupt its internal state.
-    onComment: null,
-    // Nodes have their start and end characters offsets recorded in
-    // `start` and `end` properties (directly on the node, rather than
-    // the `loc` object, which holds line/column data. To also add a
-    // [semi-standardized][range] `range` property holding a `[start,
-    // end]` array with the same numbers, set the `ranges` option to
-    // `true`.
-    //
-    // [range]: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=745678
-    ranges: false,
-    // It is possible to parse multiple files into a single AST by
-    // passing the tree produced by parsing the first file as
-    // `program` option in subsequent parses. This will add the
-    // toplevel forms of the parsed file to the `Program` (top) node
-    // of an existing parse tree.
-    program: null,
-    // When `locations` is on, you can pass this to record the source
-    // file in every node's `loc` object.
-    sourceFile: null,
-    // This value, if given, is stored in every node, whether
-    // `locations` is on or off.
-    directSourceFile: null
-  };
-
-  function setOptions(opts) {
-    options = opts || {};
-    for (var opt in defaultOptions) if (!Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(options, opt))
-      options[opt] = defaultOptions[opt];
-    sourceFile = options.sourceFile || null;
-  }
-
-  // The `getLineInfo` function is mostly useful when the
-  // `locations` option is off (for performance reasons) and you
-  // want to find the line/column position for a given character
-  // offset. `input` should be the code string that the offset refers
-  // into.
-
-  var getLineInfo = exports.getLineInfo = function(input, offset) {
-    for (var line = 1, cur = 0;;) {
-      lineBreak.lastIndex = cur;
-      var match = lineBreak.exec(input);
-      if (match && match.index < offset) {
-        ++line;
-        cur = match.index + match[0].length;
-      } else break;
-    }
-    return {line: line, column: offset - cur};
-  };
-
-  // Acorn is organized as a tokenizer and a recursive-descent parser.
-  // The `tokenize` export provides an interface to the tokenizer.
-  // Because the tokenizer is optimized for being efficiently used by
-  // the Acorn parser itself, this interface is somewhat crude and not
-  // very modular. Performing another parse or call to `tokenize` will
-  // reset the internal state, and invalidate existing tokenizers.
-
-  exports.tokenize = function(inpt, opts) {
-    input = String(inpt); inputLen = input.length;
-    setOptions(opts);
-    initTokenState();
-
-    var t = {};
-    function getToken(forceRegexp) {
-      lastEnd = tokEnd;
-      readToken(forceRegexp);
-      t.start = tokStart; t.end = tokEnd;
-      t.startLoc = tokStartLoc; t.endLoc = tokEndLoc;
-      t.type = tokType; t.value = tokVal;
-      return t;
-    }
-    getToken.jumpTo = function(pos, reAllowed) {
-      tokPos = pos;
-      if (options.locations) {
-        tokCurLine = 1;
-        tokLineStart = lineBreak.lastIndex = 0;
-        var match;
-        while ((match = lineBreak.exec(input)) && match.index < pos) {
-          ++tokCurLine;
-          tokLineStart = match.index + match[0].length;
-        }
-      }
-      tokRegexpAllowed = reAllowed;
-      skipSpace();
-    };
-    return getToken;
-  };
-
-  // State is kept in (closure-)global variables. We already saw the
-  // `options`, `input`, and `inputLen` variables above.
-
-  // The current position of the tokenizer in the input.
-
-  var tokPos;
-
-  // The start and end offsets of the current token.
-
-  var tokStart, tokEnd;
-
-  // When `options.locations` is true, these hold objects
-  // containing the tokens start and end line/column pairs.
-
-  var tokStartLoc, tokEndLoc;
-
-  // The type and value of the current token. Token types are objects,
-  // named by variables against which they can be compared, and
-  // holding properties that describe them (indicating, for example,
-  // the precedence of an infix operator, and the original name of a
-  // keyword token). The kind of value that's held in `tokVal` depends
-  // on the type of the token. For literals, it is the literal value,
-  // for operators, the operator name, and so on.
-
-  var tokType, tokVal;
-
-  // Interal state for the tokenizer. To distinguish between division
-  // operators and regular expressions, it remembers whether the last
-  // token was one that is allowed to be followed by an expression.
-  // (If it is, a slash is probably a regexp, if it isn't it's a
-  // division operator. See the `parseStatement` function for a
-  // caveat.)
-
-  var tokRegexpAllowed;
-
-  // When `options.locations` is true, these are used to keep
-  // track of the current line, and know when a new line has been
-  // entered.
-
-  var tokCurLine, tokLineStart;
-
-  // These store the position of the previous token, which is useful
-  // when finishing a node and assigning its `end` position.
-
-  var lastStart, lastEnd, lastEndLoc;
-
-  // This is the parser's state. `inFunction` is used to reject
-  // `return` statements outside of functions, `labels` to verify that
-  // `break` and `continue` have somewhere to jump to, and `strict`
-  // indicates whether strict mode is on.
-
-  var inFunction, labels, strict;
-
-  // This function is used to raise exceptions on parse errors. It
-  // takes an offset integer (into the current `input`) to indicate
-  // the location of the error, attaches the position to the end
-  // of the error message, and then raises a `SyntaxError` with that
-  // message.
-
-  function raise(pos, message) {
-    var loc = getLineInfo(input, pos);
-    message += " (" + loc.line + ":" + loc.column + ")";
-    var err = new SyntaxError(message);
-    err.pos = pos; err.loc = loc; err.raisedAt = tokPos;
-    throw err;
-  }
-
-  // Reused empty array added for node fields that are always empty.
-
-  var empty = [];
-
-  // ## Token types
-
-  // The assignment of fine-grained, information-carrying type objects
-  // allows the tokenizer to store the information it has about a
-  // token in a way that is very cheap for the parser to look up.
-
-  // All token type variables start with an underscore, to make them
-  // easy to recognize.
-
-  // These are the general types. The `type` property is only used to
-  // make them recognizeable when debugging.
-
-  var _num = {type: "num"}, _regexp = {type: "regexp"}, _string = {type: "string"};
-  var _name = {type: "name"}, _eof = {type: "eof"};
-
-  // Keyword tokens. The `keyword` property (also used in keyword-like
-  // operators) indicates that the token originated from an
-  // identifier-like word, which is used when parsing property names.
-  //
-  // The `beforeExpr` property is used to disambiguate between regular
-  // expressions and divisions. It is set on all token types that can
-  // be followed by an expression (thus, a slash after them would be a
-  // regular expression).
-  //
-  // `isLoop` marks a keyword as starting a loop, which is important
-  // to know when parsing a label, in order to allow or disallow
-  // continue jumps to that label.
-
-  var _break = {keyword: "break"}, _case = {keyword: "case", beforeExpr: true}, _catch = {keyword: "catch"};
-  var _continue = {keyword: "continue"}, _debugger = {keyword: "debugger"}, _default = {keyword: "default"};
-  var _do = {keyword: "do", isLoop: true}, _else = {keyword: "else", beforeExpr: true};
-  var _finally = {keyword: "finally"}, _for = {keyword: "for", isLoop: true}, _function = {keyword: "function"};
-  var _if = {keyword: "if"}, _return = {keyword: "return", beforeExpr: true}, _switch = {keyword: "switch"};
-  var _throw = {keyword: "throw", beforeExpr: true}, _try = {keyword: "try"}, _var = {keyword: "var"};
-  var _while = {keyword: "while", isLoop: true}, _with = {keyword: "with"}, _new = {keyword: "new", beforeExpr: true};
-  var _this = {keyword: "this"};
-
-  // The keywords that denote values.
-
-  var _null = {keyword: "null", atomValue: null}, _true = {keyword: "true", atomValue: true};
-  var _false = {keyword: "false", atomValue: false};
-
-  // Some keywords are treated as regular operators. `in` sometimes
-  // (when parsing `for`) needs to be tested against specifically, so
-  // we assign a variable name to it for quick comparing.
-
-  var _in = {keyword: "in", binop: 7, beforeExpr: true};
-
-  // Map keyword names to token types.
-
-  var keywordTypes = {"break": _break, "case": _case, "catch": _catch,
-                      "continue": _continue, "debugger": _debugger, "default": _default,
-                      "do": _do, "else": _else, "finally": _finally, "for": _for,
-                      "function": _function, "if": _if, "return": _return, "switch": _switch,
-                      "throw": _throw, "try": _try, "var": _var, "while": _while, "with": _with,
-                      "null": _null, "true": _true, "false": _false, "new": _new, "in": _in,
-                      "instanceof": {keyword: "instanceof", binop: 7, beforeExpr: true}, "this": _this,
-                      "typeof": {keyword: "typeof", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true},
-                      "void": {keyword: "void", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true},
-                      "delete": {keyword: "delete", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true}};
-
-  // Punctuation token types. Again, the `type` property is purely for debugging.
-
-  var _bracketL = {type: "[", beforeExpr: true}, _bracketR = {type: "]"}, _braceL = {type: "{", beforeExpr: true};
-  var _braceR = {type: "}"}, _parenL = {type: "(", beforeExpr: true}, _parenR = {type: ")"};
-  var _comma = {type: ",", beforeExpr: true}, _semi = {type: ";", beforeExpr: true};
-  var _colon = {type: ":", beforeExpr: true}, _dot = {type: "."}, _question = {type: "?", beforeExpr: true};
-
-  // Operators. These carry several kinds of properties to help the
-  // parser use them properly (the presence of these properties is
-  // what categorizes them as operators).
-  //
-  // `binop`, when present, specifies that this operator is a binary
-  // operator, and will refer to its precedence.
-  //
-  // `prefix` and `postfix` mark the operator as a prefix or postfix
-  // unary operator. `isUpdate` specifies that the node produced by
-  // the operator should be of type UpdateExpression rather than
-  // simply UnaryExpression (`++` and `--`).
-  //
-  // `isAssign` marks all of `=`, `+=`, `-=` etcetera, which act as
-  // binary operators with a very low precedence, that should result
-  // in AssignmentExpression nodes.
-
-  var _slash = {binop: 10, beforeExpr: true}, _eq = {isAssign: true, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _assign = {isAssign: true, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _incDec = {postfix: true, prefix: true, isUpdate: true}, _prefix = {prefix: true, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _logicalOR = {binop: 1, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _logicalAND = {binop: 2, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _bitwiseOR = {binop: 3, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _bitwiseXOR = {binop: 4, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _bitwiseAND = {binop: 5, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _equality = {binop: 6, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _relational = {binop: 7, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _bitShift = {binop: 8, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _plusMin = {binop: 9, prefix: true, beforeExpr: true};
-  var _multiplyModulo = {binop: 10, beforeExpr: true};
-
-  // Provide access to the token types for external users of the
-  // tokenizer.
-
-  exports.tokTypes = {bracketL: _bracketL, bracketR: _bracketR, braceL: _braceL, braceR: _braceR,
-                      parenL: _parenL, parenR: _parenR, comma: _comma, semi: _semi, colon: _colon,
-                      dot: _dot, question: _question, slash: _slash, eq: _eq, name: _name, eof: _eof,
-                      num: _num, regexp: _regexp, string: _string};
-  for (var kw in keywordTypes) exports.tokTypes["_" + kw] = keywordTypes[kw];
-
-  // This is a trick taken from Esprima. It turns out that, on
-  // non-Chrome browsers, to check whether a string is in a set, a
-  // predicate containing a big ugly `switch` statement is faster than
-  // a regular expression, and on Chrome the two are about on par.
-  // This function uses `eval` (non-lexical) to produce such a
-  // predicate from a space-separated string of words.
-  //
-  // It starts by sorting the words by length.
-
-  function makePredicate(words) {
-    words = words.split(" ");
-    var f = "", cats = [];
-    out: for (var i = 0; i < words.length; ++i) {
-      for (var j = 0; j < cats.length; ++j)
-        if (cats[j][0].length == words[i].length) {
-          cats[j].push(words[i]);
-          continue out;
-        }
-      cats.push([words[i]]);
-    }
-    function compareTo(arr) {
-      if (arr.length == 1) return f += "return str === " + JSON.stringify(arr[0]) + ";";
-      f += "switch(str){";
-      for (var i = 0; i < arr.length; ++i) f += "case " + JSON.stringify(arr[i]) + ":";
-      f += "return true}return false;";
-    }
-
-    // When there are more than three length categories, an outer
-    // switch first dispatches on the lengths, to save on comparisons.
-
-    if (cats.length > 3) {
-      cats.sort(function(a, b) {return b.length - a.length;});
-      f += "switch(str.length){";
-      for (var i = 0; i < cats.length; ++i) {
-        var cat = cats[i];
-        f += "case " + cat[0].length + ":";
-        compareTo(cat);
-      }
-      f += "}";
-
-    // Otherwise, simply generate a flat `switch` statement.
-
-    } else {
-      compareTo(words);
-    }
-    return new Function("str", f);
-  }
-
-  // The ECMAScript 3 reserved word list.
-
-  var isReservedWord3 = makePredicate("abstract boolean byte char class double enum export extends final float goto implements import int interface long native package private protected public short static super synchronized throws transient volatile");
-
-  // ECMAScript 5 reserved words.
-
-  var isReservedWord5 = makePredicate("class enum extends super const export import");
-
-  // The additional reserved words in strict mode.
-
-  var isStrictReservedWord = makePredicate("implements interface let package private protected public static yield");
-
-  // The forbidden variable names in strict mode.
-
-  var isStrictBadIdWord = makePredicate("eval arguments");
-
-  // And the keywords.
-
-  var isKeyword = makePredicate("break case catch continue debugger default do else finally for function if return switch throw try var while with null true false instanceof typeof void delete new in this");
-
-  // ## Character categories
-
-  // Big ugly regular expressions that match characters in the
-  // whitespace, identifier, and identifier-start categories. These
-  // are only applied when a character is found to actually have a
-  // code point above 128.
-
-  var nonASCIIwhitespace = /[\u1680\u180e\u2000-\u200a\u202f\u205f\u3000\ufeff]/;
-  var nonASCIIidentifierStartChars = "\xaa\xb5\xba\xc0-\xd6\xd8-\xf6\xf8-\u02c1\u02c6-\u02d1\u02e0-\u02e4\u02ec\u02ee\u0370-\u0374\u0376\u0377\u037a-\u037d\u0386\u0388-\u038a\u038c\u038e-\u03a1\u03a3-\u03f5\u03f7-\u0481\u048a-\u0527\u0531-\u0556\u0559\u0561-\u0587\u05d0-\u05ea\u05f0-\u05f2\u0620-\u064a\u066e\u066f\u0671-\u06d3\u06d5\u06e5\u06e6\u06ee\u06ef\u06fa-\u06fc\u06ff\u0710\u0712-\u072f\u074d-\u07a5\u07b1\u07ca-\u07ea\u07f4\u07f5\u07fa\u0800-\u0815\u081a\u0824\u0828\u0840-\u0858\u08a0\u08a2-\u08ac\u0904-\u0939\u093d\u0950\u0958-\u0961\u0971-\u0977\u0979-\u097f\u0985-\u098c\u098f\u0990\u0993-\u09a8\u09aa-\u09b0\u09b2\u09b6-\u09b9\u09bd\u09ce\u09dc\u09dd\u09df-\u09e1\u09f0\u09f1\u0a05-\u0a0a\u0a0f\u0a10\u0a13-\u0a28\u0a2a-\u0a30\u0a32\u0a33\u0a35\u0a36\u0a38\u0a39\u0a59-\u0a5c\u0a5e\u0a72-\u0a74\u0a85-\u0a8d\u0a8f-\u0a91\u0a93-\u0aa8\u0aaa-\u0ab0\u0ab2\u0ab3\u0ab5-\u0ab9\u0abd\u0ad0\u0ae0\u0ae1\u0b05-\u0b0c\u0b0f\u0b10\u0b13-\u0b28\u0b2a-\u0b30\u0b32\u0b33\u0b35-\u0b39\u0b3d\u0b5c\u0b5d\u0b5f-\u0b61\u0b71\u0b83\u0b85-\u0b8a\u0b8e-\u0b90\u0b92-\u0b95\u0b99\u0b9a\u0b9c\u0b9e\u0b9f\u0ba3\u0ba4\u0ba8-\u0baa\u0bae-\u0bb9\u0bd0\u0c05-\u0c0c\u0c0e-\u0c10\u0c12-\u0c28\u0c2a-\u0c33\u0c35-\u0c39\u0c3d\u0c58\u0c59\u0c60\u0c61\u0c85-\u0c8c\u0c8e-\u0c90\u0c92-\u0ca8\u0caa-\u0cb3\u0cb5-\u0cb9\u0cbd\u0cde\u0ce0\u0ce1\u0cf1\u0cf2\u0d05-\u0d0c\u0d0e-\u0d10\u0d12-\u0d3a\u0d3d\u0d4e\u0d60\u0d61\u0d7a-\u0d7f\u0d85-\u0d96\u0d9a-\u0db1\u0db3-\u0dbb\u0dbd\u0dc0-\u0dc6\u0e01-\u0e30\u0e32\u0e33\u0e40-\u0e46\u0e81\u0e82\u0e84\u0e87\u0e88\u0e8a\u0e8d\u0e94-\u0e97\u0e99-\u0e9f\u0ea1-\u0ea3\u0ea5\u0ea7\u0eaa\u0eab\u0ead-\u0eb0\u0eb2\u0eb3\u0ebd\u0ec0-\u0ec4\u0ec6\u0edc-\u0edf\u0f00\u0f40-\u0f47\u0f49-\u0f6c\u0f88-\u0f8c\u1000-\u102a\u103f\u1050-\u1055\u105a-\u105d\u1061\u1065\u1066\u106e-\u1070\u1075-\u1081\u108e\u10a0-\u10c5\u10c7\u10cd\u10d0-\u10fa\u10fc-\u1248\u124a-\u124d\u1250-\u1256\u1258\u125a-\u125d\u1260-\u1288\u128a-\u128d\u1290-\u12b0\u12b2-\u12b5\u12b8-\u12be\u12c0\u12c2-\u12c5\u12c8-\u12d6\u12d8-\u1310\u1312-\u1315\u1318-\u135a\u1380-\u138f\u13a0-\u13f4\u1401-\u166c\u166f-\u167f\u1681-\u169a\u16a0-\u16ea\u16ee-\u16f0\u1700-\u170c\u170e-\u1711\u1720-\u1731\u1740-\u1751\u1760-\u176c\u176e-\u1770\u1780-\u17b3\u17d7\u17dc\u1820-\u1877\u1880-\u18a8\u18aa\u18b0-\u18f5\u1900-\u191c\u1950-\u196d\u1970-\u1974\u1980-\u19ab\u19c1-\u19c7\u1a00-\u1a16\u1a20-\u1a54\u1aa7\u1b05-\u1b33\u1b45-\u1b4b\u1b83-\u1ba0\u1bae\u1baf\u1bba-\u1be5\u1c00-\u1c23\u1c4d-\u1c4f\u1c5a-\u1c7d\u1ce9-\u1cec\u1cee-\u1cf1\u1cf5\u1cf6\u1d00-\u1dbf\u1e00-\u1f15\u1f18-\u1f1d\u1f20-\u1f45\u1f48-\u1f4d\u1f50-\u1f57\u1f59\u1f5b\u1f5d\u1f5f-\u1f7d\u1f80-\u1fb4\u1fb6-\u1fbc\u1fbe\u1fc2-\u1fc4\u1fc6-\u1fcc\u1fd0-\u1fd3\u1fd6-\u1fdb\u1fe0-\u1fec\u1ff2-\u1ff4\u1ff6-\u1ffc\u2071\u207f\u2090-\u209c\u2102\u2107\u210a-\u2113\u2115\u2119-\u211d\u2124\u2126\u2128\u212a-\u212d\u212f-\u2139\u213c-\u213f\u2145-\u2149\u214e\u2160-\u2188\u2c00-\u2c2e\u2c30-\u2c5e\u2c60-\u2ce4\u2ceb-\u2cee\u2cf2\u2cf3\u2d00-\u2d25\u2d27\u2d2d\u2d30-\u2d67\u2d6f\u2d80-\u2d96\u2da0-\u2da6\u2da8-\u2dae\u2db0-\u2db6\u2db8-\u2dbe\u2dc0-\u2dc6\u2dc8-\u2dce\u2dd0-\u2dd6\u2dd8-\u2dde\u2e2f\u3005-\u3007\u3021-\u3029\u3031-\u3035\u3038-\u303c\u3041-\u3096\u309d-\u309f\u30a1-\u30fa\u30fc-\u30ff\u3105-\u312d\u3131-\u318e\u31a0-\u31ba\u31f0-\u31ff\u3400-\u4db5\u4e00-\u9fcc\ua000-\ua48c\ua4d0-\ua4fd\ua500-\ua60c\ua610-\ua61f\ua62a\ua62b\ua640-\ua66e\ua67f-\ua697\ua6a0-\ua6ef\ua717-\ua71f\ua722-\ua788\ua78b-\ua78e\ua790-\ua793\ua7a0-\ua7aa\ua7f8-\ua801\ua803-\ua805\ua807-\ua80a\ua80c-\ua822\ua840-\ua873\ua882-\ua8b3\ua8f2-\ua8f7\ua8fb\ua90a-\ua925\ua930-\ua946\ua960-\ua97c\ua984-\ua9b2\ua9cf\uaa00-\uaa28\uaa40-\uaa42\uaa44-\uaa4b\uaa60-\uaa76\uaa7a\uaa80-\uaaaf\uaab1\uaab5\uaab6\uaab9-\uaabd\uaac0\uaac2\uaadb-\uaadd\uaae0-\uaaea\uaaf2-\uaaf4\uab01-\uab06\uab09-\uab0e\uab11-\uab16\uab20-\uab26\uab28-\uab2e\uabc0-\uabe2\uac00-\ud7a3\ud7b0-\ud7c6\ud7cb-\ud7fb\uf900-\ufa6d\ufa70-\ufad9\ufb00-\ufb06\ufb13-\ufb17\ufb1d\ufb1f-\ufb28\ufb2a-\ufb36\ufb38-\ufb3c\ufb3e\ufb40\ufb41\ufb43\ufb44\ufb46-\ufbb1\ufbd3-\ufd3d\ufd50-\ufd8f\ufd92-\ufdc7\ufdf0-\ufdfb\ufe70-\ufe74\ufe76-\ufefc\uff21-\uff3a\uff41-\uff5a\uff66-\uffbe\uffc2-\uffc7\uffca-\uffcf\uffd2-\uffd7\uffda-\uffdc";
-  var nonASCIIidentifierChars = "\u0300-\u036f\u0483-\u0487\u0591-\u05bd\u05bf\u05c1\u05c2\u05c4\u05c5\u05c7\u0610-\u061a\u0620-\u0649\u0672-\u06d3\u06e7-\u06e8\u06fb-\u06fc\u0730-\u074a\u0800-\u0814\u081b-\u0823\u0825-\u0827\u0829-\u082d\u0840-\u0857\u08e4-\u08fe\u0900-\u0903\u093a-\u093c\u093e-\u094f\u0951-\u0957\u0962-\u0963\u0966-\u096f\u0981-\u0983\u09bc\u09be-\u09c4\u09c7\u09c8\u09d7\u09df-\u09e0\u0a01-\u0a03\u0a3c\u0a3e-\u0a42\u0a47\u0a48\u0a4b-\u0a4d\u0a51\u0a66-\u0a71\u0a75\u0a81-\u0a83\u0abc\u0abe-\u0ac5\u0ac7-\u0ac9\u0acb-\u0acd\u0ae2-\u0ae3\u0ae6-\u0aef\u0b01-\u0b03\u0b3c\u0b3e-\u0b44\u0b47\u0b48\u0b4b-\u0b4d\u0b56\u0b57\u0b5f-\u0b60\u0b66-\u0b6f\u0b82\u0bbe-\u0bc2\u0bc6-\u0bc8\u0bca-\u0bcd\u0bd7\u0be6-\u0bef\u0c01-\u0c03\u0c46-\u0c48\u0c4a-\u0c4d\u0c55\u0c56\u0c62-\u0c63\u0c66-\u0c6f\u0c82\u0c83\u0cbc\u0cbe-\u0cc4\u0cc6-\u0cc8\u0cca-\u0ccd\u0cd5\u0cd6\u0ce2-\u0ce3\u0ce6-\u0cef\u0d02\u0d03\u0d46-\u0d48\u0d57\u0d62-\u0d63\u0d66-\u0d6f\u0d82\u0d83\u0dca\u0dcf-\u0dd4\u0dd6\u0dd8-\u0ddf\u0df2\u0df3\u0e34-\u0e3a\u0e40-\u0e45\u0e50-\u0e59\u0eb4-\u0eb9\u0ec8-\u0ecd\u0ed0-\u0ed9\u0f18\u0f19\u0f20-\u0f29\u0f35\u0f37\u0f39\u0f41-\u0f47\u0f71-\u0f84\u0f86-\u0f87\u0f8d-\u0f97\u0f99-\u0fbc\u0fc6\u1000-\u1029\u1040-\u1049\u1067-\u106d\u1071-\u1074\u1082-\u108d\u108f-\u109d\u135d-\u135f\u170e-\u1710\u1720-\u1730\u1740-\u1750\u1772\u1773\u1780-\u17b2\u17dd\u17e0-\u17e9\u180b-\u180d\u1810-\u1819\u1920-\u192b\u1930-\u193b\u1951-\u196d\u19b0-\u19c0\u19c8-\u19c9\u19d0-\u19d9\u1a00-\u1a15\u1a20-\u1a53\u1a60-\u1a7c\u1a7f-\u1a89\u1a90-\u1a99\u1b46-\u1b4b\u1b50-\u1b59\u1b6b-\u1b73\u1bb0-\u1bb9\u1be6-\u1bf3\u1c00-\u1c22\u1c40-\u1c49\u1c5b-\u1c7d\u1cd0-\u1cd2\u1d00-\u1dbe\u1e01-\u1f15\u200c\u200d\u203f\u2040\u2054\u20d0-\u20dc\u20e1\u20e5-\u20f0\u2d81-\u2d96\u2de0-\u2dff\u3021-\u3028\u3099\u309a\ua640-\ua66d\ua674-\ua67d\ua69f\ua6f0-\ua6f1\ua7f8-\ua800\ua806\ua80b\ua823-\ua827\ua880-\ua881\ua8b4-\ua8c4\ua8d0-\ua8d9\ua8f3-\ua8f7\ua900-\ua909\ua926-\ua92d\ua930-\ua945\ua980-\ua983\ua9b3-\ua9c0\uaa00-\uaa27\uaa40-\uaa41\uaa4c-\uaa4d\uaa50-\uaa59\uaa7b\uaae0-\uaae9\uaaf2-\uaaf3\uabc0-\uabe1\uabec\uabed\uabf0-\uabf9\ufb20-\ufb28\ufe00-\ufe0f\ufe20-\ufe26\ufe33\ufe34\ufe4d-\ufe4f\uff10-\uff19\uff3f";
-  var nonASCIIidentifierStart = new RegExp("[" + nonASCIIidentifierStartChars + "]");
-  var nonASCIIidentifier = new RegExp("[" + nonASCIIidentifierStartChars + nonASCIIidentifierChars + "]");
-
-  // Whether a single character denotes a newline.
-
-  var newline = /[\n\r\u2028\u2029]/;
-
-  // Matches a whole line break (where CRLF is considered a single
-  // line break). Used to count lines.
-
-  var lineBreak = /\r\n|[\n\r\u2028\u2029]/g;
-
-  // Test whether a given character code starts an identifier.
-
-  var isIdentifierStart = exports.isIdentifierStart = function(code) {
-    if (code < 65) return code === 36;
-    if (code < 91) return true;
-    if (code < 97) return code === 95;
-    if (code < 123)return true;
-    return code >= 0xaa && nonASCIIidentifierStart.test(String.fromCharCode(code));
-  };
-
-  // Test whether a given character is part of an identifier.
-
-  var isIdentifierChar = exports.isIdentifierChar = function(code) {
-    if (code < 48) return code === 36;
-    if (code < 58) return true;
-    if (code < 65) return false;
-    if (code < 91) return true;
-    if (code < 97) return code === 95;
-    if (code < 123)return true;
-    return code >= 0xaa && nonASCIIidentifier.test(String.fromCharCode(code));
-  };
-
-  // ## Tokenizer
-
-  // These are used when `options.locations` is on, for the
-  // `tokStartLoc` and `tokEndLoc` properties.
-
-  function line_loc_t() {
-    this.line = tokCurLine;
-    this.column = tokPos - tokLineStart;
-  }
-
-  // Reset the token state. Used at the start of a parse.
-
-  function initTokenState() {
-    tokCurLine = 1;
-    tokPos = tokLineStart = 0;
-    tokRegexpAllowed = true;
-    skipSpace();
-  }
-
-  // Called at the end of every token. Sets `tokEnd`, `tokVal`, and
-  // `tokRegexpAllowed`, and skips the space after the token, so that
-  // the next one's `tokStart` will point at the right position.
-
-  function finishToken(type, val) {
-    tokEnd = tokPos;
-    if (options.locations) tokEndLoc = new line_loc_t;
-    tokType = type;
-    skipSpace();
-    tokVal = val;
-    tokRegexpAllowed = type.beforeExpr;
-  }
-
-  function skipBlockComment() {
-    var startLoc = options.onComment && options.locations && new line_loc_t;
-    var start = tokPos, end = input.indexOf("*/", tokPos += 2);
-    if (end === -1) raise(tokPos - 2, "Unterminated comment");
-    tokPos = end + 2;
-    if (options.locations) {
-      lineBreak.lastIndex = start;
-      var match;
-      while ((match = lineBreak.exec(input)) && match.index < tokPos) {
-        ++tokCurLine;
-        tokLineStart = match.index + match[0].length;
-      }
-    }
-    if (options.onComment)
-      options.onComment(true, input.slice(start + 2, end), start, tokPos,
-                        startLoc, options.locations && new line_loc_t);
-  }
-
-  function skipLineComment() {
-    var start = tokPos;
-    var startLoc = options.onComment && options.locations && new line_loc_t;
-    var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos+=2);
-    while (tokPos < inputLen && ch !== 10 && ch !== 13 && ch !== 8232 && ch !== 8233) {
-      ++tokPos;
-      ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-    }
-    if (options.onComment)
-      options.onComment(false, input.slice(start + 2, tokPos), start, tokPos,
-                        startLoc, options.locations && new line_loc_t);
-  }
-
-  // Called at the start of the parse and after every token. Skips
-  // whitespace and comments, and.
-
-  function skipSpace() {
-    while (tokPos < inputLen) {
-      var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-      if (ch === 32) { // ' '
-        ++tokPos;
-      } else if (ch === 13) {
-        ++tokPos;
-        var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-        if (next === 10) {
-          ++tokPos;
-        }
-        if (options.locations) {
-          ++tokCurLine;
-          tokLineStart = tokPos;
-        }
-      } else if (ch === 10 || ch === 8232 || ch === 8233) {
-        ++tokPos;
-        if (options.locations) {
-          ++tokCurLine;
-          tokLineStart = tokPos;
-        }
-      } else if (ch > 8 && ch < 14) {
-        ++tokPos;
-      } else if (ch === 47) { // '/'
-        var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-        if (next === 42) { // '*'
-          skipBlockComment();
-        } else if (next === 47) { // '/'
-          skipLineComment();
-        } else break;
-      } else if (ch === 160) { // '\xa0'
-        ++tokPos;
-      } else if (ch >= 5760 && nonASCIIwhitespace.test(String.fromCharCode(ch))) {
-        ++tokPos;
-      } else {
-        break;
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  // ### Token reading
-
-  // This is the function that is called to fetch the next token. It
-  // is somewhat obscure, because it works in character codes rather
-  // than characters, and because operator parsing has been inlined
-  // into it.
-  //
-  // All in the name of speed.
-  //
-  // The `forceRegexp` parameter is used in the one case where the
-  // `tokRegexpAllowed` trick does not work. See `parseStatement`.
-
-  function readToken_dot() {
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (next >= 48 && next <= 57) return readNumber(true);
-    ++tokPos;
-    return finishToken(_dot);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_slash() { // '/'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (tokRegexpAllowed) {++tokPos; return readRegexp();}
-    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
-    return finishOp(_slash, 1);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_mult_modulo() { // '%*'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
-    return finishOp(_multiplyModulo, 1);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_pipe_amp(code) { // '|&'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (next === code) return finishOp(code === 124 ? _logicalOR : _logicalAND, 2);
-    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
-    return finishOp(code === 124 ? _bitwiseOR : _bitwiseAND, 1);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_caret() { // '^'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
-    return finishOp(_bitwiseXOR, 1);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_plus_min(code) { // '+-'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (next === code) {
-      if (next == 45 && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) == 62 &&
-          newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokPos))) {
-        // A `-->` line comment
-        tokPos += 3;
-        skipLineComment();
-        skipSpace();
-        return readToken();
-      }
-      return finishOp(_incDec, 2);
-    }
-    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
-    return finishOp(_plusMin, 1);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_lt_gt(code) { // '<>'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    var size = 1;
-    if (next === code) {
-      size = code === 62 && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) === 62 ? 3 : 2;
-      if (input.charCodeAt(tokPos + size) === 61) return finishOp(_assign, size + 1);
-      return finishOp(_bitShift, size);
-    }
-    if (next == 33 && code == 60 && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) == 45 &&
-        input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 3) == 45) {
-      // `<!--`, an XML-style comment that should be interpreted as a line comment
-      tokPos += 4;
-      skipLineComment();
-      skipSpace();
-      return readToken();
-    }
-    if (next === 61)
-      size = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) === 61 ? 3 : 2;
-    return finishOp(_relational, size);
-  }
-
-  function readToken_eq_excl(code) { // '=!'
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_equality, input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) === 61 ? 3 : 2);
-    return finishOp(code === 61 ? _eq : _prefix, 1);
-  }
-
-  function getTokenFromCode(code) {
-    switch(code) {
-      // The interpretation of a dot depends on whether it is followed
-      // by a digit.
-    case 46: // '.'
-      return readToken_dot();
-
-      // Punctuation tokens.
-    case 40: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_parenL);
-    case 41: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_parenR);
-    case 59: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_semi);
-    case 44: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_comma);
-    case 91: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_bracketL);
-    case 93: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_bracketR);
-    case 123: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_braceL);
-    case 125: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_braceR);
-    case 58: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_colon);
-    case 63: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_question);
-
-      // '0x' is a hexadecimal number.
-    case 48: // '0'
-      var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
-      if (next === 120 || next === 88) return readHexNumber();
-      // Anything else beginning with a digit is an integer, octal
-      // number, or float.
-    case 49: case 50: case 51: case 52: case 53: case 54: case 55: case 56: case 57: // 1-9
-      return readNumber(false);
-
-      // Quotes produce strings.
-    case 34: case 39: // '"', "'"
-      return readString(code);
-
-    // Operators are parsed inline in tiny state machines. '=' (61) is
-    // often referred to. `finishOp` simply skips the amount of
-    // characters it is given as second argument, and returns a token
-    // of the type given by its first argument.
-
-    case 47: // '/'
-      return readToken_slash(code);
-
-    case 37: case 42: // '%*'
-      return readToken_mult_modulo();
-
-    case 124: case 38: // '|&'
-      return readToken_pipe_amp(code);
-
-    case 94: // '^'
-      return readToken_caret();
-
-    case 43: case 45: // '+-'
-      return readToken_plus_min(code);
-
-    case 60: case 62: // '<>'
-      return readToken_lt_gt(code);
-
-    case 61: case 33: // '=!'
-      return readToken_eq_excl(code);
-
-    case 126: // '~'
-      return finishOp(_prefix, 1);
-    }
-
-    return false;
-  }
-
-  function readToken(forceRegexp) {
-    if (!forceRegexp) tokStart = tokPos;
-    else tokPos = tokStart + 1;
-    if (options.locations) tokStartLoc = new line_loc_t;
-    if (forceRegexp) return readRegexp();
-    if (tokPos >= inputLen) return finishToken(_eof);
-
-    var code = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-    // Identifier or keyword. '\uXXXX' sequences are allowed in
-    // identifiers, so '\' also dispatches to that.
-    if (isIdentifierStart(code) || code === 92 /* '\' */) return readWord();
-
-    var tok = getTokenFromCode(code);
-
-    if (tok === false) {
-      // If we are here, we either found a non-ASCII identifier
-      // character, or something that's entirely disallowed.
-      var ch = String.fromCharCode(code);
-      if (ch === "\\" || nonASCIIidentifierStart.test(ch)) return readWord();
-      raise(tokPos, "Unexpected character '" + ch + "'");
-    }
-    return tok;
-  }
-
-  function finishOp(type, size) {
-    var str = input.slice(tokPos, tokPos + size);
-    tokPos += size;
-    finishToken(type, str);
-  }
-
-  // Parse a regular expression. Some context-awareness is necessary,
-  // since a '/' inside a '[]' set does not end the expression.
-
-  function readRegexp() {
-    var content = "", escaped, inClass, start = tokPos;
-    for (;;) {
-      if (tokPos >= inputLen) raise(start, "Unterminated regular expression");
-      var ch = input.charAt(tokPos);
-      if (newline.test(ch)) raise(start, "Unterminated regular expression");
-      if (!escaped) {
-        if (ch === "[") inClass = true;
-        else if (ch === "]" && inClass) inClass = false;
-        else if (ch === "/" && !inClass) break;
-        escaped = ch === "\\";
-      } else escaped = false;
-      ++tokPos;
-    }
-    var content = input.slice(start, tokPos);
-    ++tokPos;
-    // Need to use `readWord1` because '\uXXXX' sequences are allowed
-    // here (don't ask).
-    var mods = readWord1();
-    if (mods && !/^[gmsiy]*$/.test(mods)) raise(start, "Invalid regexp flag");
-    try {
-      var value = new RegExp(content, mods);
-    } catch (e) {
-      if (e instanceof SyntaxError) raise(start, e.message);
-      raise(e);
-    }
-    return finishToken(_regexp, value);
-  }
-
-  // Read an integer in the given radix. Return null if zero digits
-  // were read, the integer value otherwise. When `len` is given, this
-  // will return `null` unless the integer has exactly `len` digits.
-
-  function readInt(radix, len) {
-    var start = tokPos, total = 0;
-    for (var i = 0, e = len == null ? Infinity : len; i < e; ++i) {
-      var code = input.charCodeAt(tokPos), val;
-      if (code >= 97) val = code - 97 + 10; // a
-      else if (code >= 65) val = code - 65 + 10; // A
-      else if (code >= 48 && code <= 57) val = code - 48; // 0-9
-      else val = Infinity;
-      if (val >= radix) break;
-      ++tokPos;
-      total = total * radix + val;
-    }
-    if (tokPos === start || len != null && tokPos - start !== len) return null;
-
-    return total;
-  }
-
-  function readHexNumber() {
-    tokPos += 2; // 0x
-    var val = readInt(16);
-    if (val == null) raise(tokStart + 2, "Expected hexadecimal number");
-    if (isIdentifierStart(input.charCodeAt(tokPos))) raise(tokPos, "Identifier directly after number");
-    return finishToken(_num, val);
-  }
-
-  // Read an integer, octal integer, or floating-point number.
-
-  function readNumber(startsWithDot) {
-    var start = tokPos, isFloat = false, octal = input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 48;
-    if (!startsWithDot && readInt(10) === null) raise(start, "Invalid number");
-    if (input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 46) {
-      ++tokPos;
-      readInt(10);
-      isFloat = true;
-    }
-    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-    if (next === 69 || next === 101) { // 'eE'
-      next = input.charCodeAt(++tokPos);
-      if (next === 43 || next === 45) ++tokPos; // '+-'
-      if (readInt(10) === null) raise(start, "Invalid number");
-      isFloat = true;
-    }
-    if (isIdentifierStart(input.charCodeAt(tokPos))) raise(tokPos, "Identifier directly after number");
-
-    var str = input.slice(start, tokPos), val;
-    if (isFloat) val = parseFloat(str);
-    else if (!octal || str.length === 1) val = parseInt(str, 10);
-    else if (/[89]/.test(str) || strict) raise(start, "Invalid number");
-    else val = parseInt(str, 8);
-    return finishToken(_num, val);
-  }
-
-  // Read a string value, interpreting backslash-escapes.
-
-  function readString(quote) {
-    tokPos++;
-    var out = "";
-    for (;;) {
-      if (tokPos >= inputLen) raise(tokStart, "Unterminated string constant");
-      var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-      if (ch === quote) {
-        ++tokPos;
-        return finishToken(_string, out);
-      }
-      if (ch === 92) { // '\'
-        ch = input.charCodeAt(++tokPos);
-        var octal = /^[0-7]+/.exec(input.slice(tokPos, tokPos + 3));
-        if (octal) octal = octal[0];
-        while (octal && parseInt(octal, 8) > 255) octal = octal.slice(0, -1);
-        if (octal === "0") octal = null;
-        ++tokPos;
-        if (octal) {
-          if (strict) raise(tokPos - 2, "Octal literal in strict mode");
-          out += String.fromCharCode(parseInt(octal, 8));
-          tokPos += octal.length - 1;
-        } else {
-          switch (ch) {
-          case 110: out += "\n"; break; // 'n' -> '\n'
-          case 114: out += "\r"; break; // 'r' -> '\r'
-          case 120: out += String.fromCharCode(readHexChar(2)); break; // 'x'
-          case 117: out += String.fromCharCode(readHexChar(4)); break; // 'u'
-          case 85: out += String.fromCharCode(readHexChar(8)); break; // 'U'
-          case 116: out += "\t"; break; // 't' -> '\t'
-          case 98: out += "\b"; break; // 'b' -> '\b'
-          case 118: out += "\u000b"; break; // 'v' -> '\u000b'
-          case 102: out += "\f"; break; // 'f' -> '\f'
-          case 48: out += "\0"; break; // 0 -> '\0'
-          case 13: if (input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 10) ++tokPos; // '\r\n'
-          case 10: // ' \n'
-            if (options.locations) { tokLineStart = tokPos; ++tokCurLine; }
-            break;
-          default: out += String.fromCharCode(ch); break;
-          }
-        }
-      } else {
-        if (ch === 13 || ch === 10 || ch === 8232 || ch === 8233) raise(tokStart, "Unterminated string constant");
-        out += String.fromCharCode(ch); // '\'
-        ++tokPos;
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  // Used to read character escape sequences ('\x', '\u', '\U').
-
-  function readHexChar(len) {
-    var n = readInt(16, len);
-    if (n === null) raise(tokStart, "Bad character escape sequence");
-    return n;
-  }
-
-  // Used to signal to callers of `readWord1` whether the word
-  // contained any escape sequences. This is needed because words with
-  // escape sequences must not be interpreted as keywords.
-
-  var containsEsc;
-
-  // Read an identifier, and return it as a string. Sets `containsEsc`
-  // to whether the word contained a '\u' escape.
-  //
-  // Only builds up the word character-by-character when it actually
-  // containeds an escape, as a micro-optimization.
-
-  function readWord1() {
-    containsEsc = false;
-    var word, first = true, start = tokPos;
-    for (;;) {
-      var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
-      if (isIdentifierChar(ch)) {
-        if (containsEsc) word += input.charAt(tokPos);
-        ++tokPos;
-      } else if (ch === 92) { // "\"
-        if (!containsEsc) word = input.slice(start, tokPos);
-        containsEsc = true;
-        if (input.charCodeAt(++tokPos) != 117) // "u"
-          raise(tokPos, "Expecting Unicode escape sequence \\uXXXX");
-        ++tokPos;
-        var esc = readHexChar(4);
-        var escStr = String.fromCharCode(esc);
-        if (!escStr) raise(tokPos - 1, "Invalid Unicode escape");
-        if (!(first ? isIdentifierStart(esc) : isIdentifierChar(esc)))
-          raise(tokPos - 4, "Invalid Unicode escape");
-        word += escStr;
-      } else {
-        break;
-      }
-      first = false;
-    }
-    return containsEsc ? word : input.slice(start, tokPos);
-  }
-
-  // Read an identifier or keyword token. Will check for reserved
-  // words when necessary.
-
-  function readWord() {
-    var word = readWord1();
-    var type = _name;
-    if (!containsEsc) {
-      if (isKeyword(word)) type = keywordTypes[word];
-      else if (options.forbidReserved &&
-               (options.ecmaVersion === 3 ? isReservedWord3 : isReservedWord5)(word) ||
-               strict && isStrictReservedWord(word))
-        raise(tokStart, "The keyword '" + word + "' is reserved");
-    }
-    return finishToken(type, word);
-  }
-
-  // ## Parser
-
-  // A recursive descent parser operates by defining functions for all
-  // syntactic elements, and recursively calling those, each function
-  // advancing the input stream and returning an AST node. Precedence
-  // of constructs (for example, the fact that `!x[1]` means `!(x[1])`
-  // instead of `(!x)[1]` is handled by the fact that the parser
-  // function that parses unary prefix operators is called first, and
-  // in turn calls the function that parses `[]` subscripts — that
-  // way, it'll receive the node for `x[1]` already parsed, and wraps
-  // *that* in the unary operator node.
-  //
-  // Acorn uses an [operator precedence parser][opp] to handle binary
-  // operator precedence, because it is much more compact than using
-  // the technique outlined above, which uses different, nesting
-  // functions to specify precedence, for all of the ten binary
-  // precedence levels that JavaScript defines.
-  //
-  // [opp]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operator-precedence_parser
-
-  // ### Parser utilities
-
-  // Continue to the next token.
-
-  function next() {
-    lastStart = tokStart;
-    lastEnd = tokEnd;
-    lastEndLoc = tokEndLoc;
-    readToken();
-  }
-
-  // Enter strict mode. Re-reads the next token to please pedantic
-  // tests ("use strict"; 010; -- should fail).
-
-  function setStrict(strct) {
-    strict = strct;
-    tokPos = tokStart;
-    if (options.locations) {
-      while (tokPos < tokLineStart) {
-        tokLineStart = input.lastIndexOf("\n", tokLineStart - 2) + 1;
-        --tokCurLine;
-      }
-    }
-    skipSpace();
-    readToken();
-  }
-
-  // Start an AST node, attaching a start offset.
-
-  function node_t() {
-    this.type = null;
-    this.start = tokStart;
-    this.end = null;
-  }
-
-  function node_loc_t() {
-    this.start = tokStartLoc;
-    this.end = null;
-    if (sourceFile !== null) this.source = sourceFile;
-  }
-
-  function startNode() {
-    var node = new node_t();
-    if (options.locations)
-      node.loc = new node_loc_t();
-    if (options.directSourceFile)
-      node.sourceFile = options.directSourceFile;
-    if (options.ranges)
-      node.range = [tokStart, 0];
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  // Start a node whose start offset information should be based on
-  // the start of another node. For example, a binary operator node is
-  // only started after its left-hand side has already been parsed.
-
-  function startNodeFrom(other) {
-    var node = new node_t();
-    node.start = other.start;
-    if (options.locations) {
-      node.loc = new node_loc_t();
-      node.loc.start = other.loc.start;
-    }
-    if (options.ranges)
-      node.range = [other.range[0], 0];
-
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  // Finish an AST node, adding `type` and `end` properties.
-
-  function finishNode(node, type) {
-    node.type = type;
-    node.end = lastEnd;
-    if (options.locations)
-      node.loc.end = lastEndLoc;
-    if (options.ranges)
-      node.range[1] = lastEnd;
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  // Test whether a statement node is the string literal `"use strict"`.
-
-  function isUseStrict(stmt) {
-    return options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && stmt.type === "ExpressionStatement" &&
-      stmt.expression.type === "Literal" && stmt.expression.value === "use strict";
-  }
-
-  // Predicate that tests whether the next token is of the given
-  // type, and if yes, consumes it as a side effect.
-
-  function eat(type) {
-    if (tokType === type) {
-      next();
-      return true;
-    }
-  }
-
-  // Test whether a semicolon can be inserted at the current position.
-
-  function canInsertSemicolon() {
-    return !options.strictSemicolons &&
-      (tokType === _eof || tokType === _braceR || newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokStart)));
-  }
-
-  // Consume a semicolon, or, failing that, see if we are allowed to
-  // pretend that there is a semicolon at this position.
-
-  function semicolon() {
-    if (!eat(_semi) && !canInsertSemicolon()) unexpected();
-  }
-
-  // Expect a token of a given type. If found, consume it, otherwise,
-  // raise an unexpected token error.
-
-  function expect(type) {
-    if (tokType === type) next();
-    else unexpected();
-  }
-
-  // Raise an unexpected token error.
-
-  function unexpected() {
-    raise(tokStart, "Unexpected token");
-  }
-
-  // Verify that a node is an lval — something that can be assigned
-  // to.
-
-  function checkLVal(expr) {
-    if (expr.type !== "Identifier" && expr.type !== "MemberExpression")
-      raise(expr.start, "Assigning to rvalue");
-    if (strict && expr.type === "Identifier" && isStrictBadIdWord(expr.name))
-      raise(expr.start, "Assigning to " + expr.name + " in strict mode");
-  }
-
-  // ### Statement parsing
-
-  // Parse a program. Initializes the parser, reads any number of
-  // statements, and wraps them in a Program node.  Optionally takes a
-  // `program` argument.  If present, the statements will be appended
-  // to its body instead of creating a new node.
-
-  function parseTopLevel(program) {
-    lastStart = lastEnd = tokPos;
-    if (options.locations) lastEndLoc = new line_loc_t;
-    inFunction = strict = null;
-    labels = [];
-    readToken();
-
-    var node = program || startNode(), first = true;
-    if (!program) node.body = [];
-    while (tokType !== _eof) {
-      var stmt = parseStatement();
-      node.body.push(stmt);
-      if (first && isUseStrict(stmt)) setStrict(true);
-      first = false;
-    }
-    return finishNode(node, "Program");
-  }
-
-  var loopLabel = {kind: "loop"}, switchLabel = {kind: "switch"};
-
-  // Parse a single statement.
-  //
-  // If expecting a statement and finding a slash operator, parse a
-  // regular expression literal. This is to handle cases like
-  // `if (foo) /blah/.exec(foo);`, where looking at the previous token
-  // does not help.
-
-  function parseStatement() {
-    if (tokType === _slash || tokType === _assign && tokVal == "/=")
-      readToken(true);
-
-    var starttype = tokType, node = startNode();
-
-    // Most types of statements are recognized by the keyword they
-    // start with. Many are trivial to parse, some require a bit of
-    // complexity.
-
-    switch (starttype) {
-    case _break: case _continue:
-      next();
-      var isBreak = starttype === _break;
-      if (eat(_semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) node.label = null;
-      else if (tokType !== _name) unexpected();
-      else {
-        node.label = parseIdent();
-        semicolon();
-      }
-
-      // Verify that there is an actual destination to break or
-      // continue to.
-      for (var i = 0; i < labels.length; ++i) {
-        var lab = labels[i];
-        if (node.label == null || lab.name === node.label.name) {
-          if (lab.kind != null && (isBreak || lab.kind === "loop")) break;
-          if (node.label && isBreak) break;
-        }
-      }
-      if (i === labels.length) raise(node.start, "Unsyntactic " + starttype.keyword);
-      return finishNode(node, isBreak ? "BreakStatement" : "ContinueStatement");
-
-    case _debugger:
-      next();
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "DebuggerStatement");
-
-    case _do:
-      next();
-      labels.push(loopLabel);
-      node.body = parseStatement();
-      labels.pop();
-      expect(_while);
-      node.test = parseParenExpression();
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "DoWhileStatement");
-
-      // Disambiguating between a `for` and a `for`/`in` loop is
-      // non-trivial. Basically, we have to parse the init `var`
-      // statement or expression, disallowing the `in` operator (see
-      // the second parameter to `parseExpression`), and then check
-      // whether the next token is `in`. When there is no init part
-      // (semicolon immediately after the opening parenthesis), it is
-      // a regular `for` loop.
-
-    case _for:
-      next();
-      labels.push(loopLabel);
-      expect(_parenL);
-      if (tokType === _semi) return parseFor(node, null);
-      if (tokType === _var) {
-        var init = startNode();
-        next();
-        parseVar(init, true);
-        finishNode(init, "VariableDeclaration");
-        if (init.declarations.length === 1 && eat(_in))
-          return parseForIn(node, init);
-        return parseFor(node, init);
-      }
-      var init = parseExpression(false, true);
-      if (eat(_in)) {checkLVal(init); return parseForIn(node, init);}
-      return parseFor(node, init);
-
-    case _function:
-      next();
-      return parseFunction(node, true);
-
-    case _if:
-      next();
-      node.test = parseParenExpression();
-      node.consequent = parseStatement();
-      node.alternate = eat(_else) ? parseStatement() : null;
-      return finishNode(node, "IfStatement");
-
-    case _return:
-      if (!inFunction) raise(tokStart, "'return' outside of function");
-      next();
-
-      // In `return` (and `break`/`continue`), the keywords with
-      // optional arguments, we eagerly look for a semicolon or the
-      // possibility to insert one.
-
-      if (eat(_semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) node.argument = null;
-      else { node.argument = parseExpression(); semicolon(); }
-      return finishNode(node, "ReturnStatement");
-
-    case _switch:
-      next();
-      node.discriminant = parseParenExpression();
-      node.cases = [];
-      expect(_braceL);
-      labels.push(switchLabel);
-
-      // Statements under must be grouped (by label) in SwitchCase
-      // nodes. `cur` is used to keep the node that we are currently
-      // adding statements to.
-
-      for (var cur, sawDefault; tokType != _braceR;) {
-        if (tokType === _case || tokType === _default) {
-          var isCase = tokType === _case;
-          if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
-          node.cases.push(cur = startNode());
-          cur.consequent = [];
-          next();
-          if (isCase) cur.test = parseExpression();
-          else {
-            if (sawDefault) raise(lastStart, "Multiple default clauses"); sawDefault = true;
-            cur.test = null;
-          }
-          expect(_colon);
-        } else {
-          if (!cur) unexpected();
-          cur.consequent.push(parseStatement());
-        }
-      }
-      if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
-      next(); // Closing brace
-      labels.pop();
-      return finishNode(node, "SwitchStatement");
-
-    case _throw:
-      next();
-      if (newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokStart)))
-        raise(lastEnd, "Illegal newline after throw");
-      node.argument = parseExpression();
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "ThrowStatement");
-
-    case _try:
-      next();
-      node.block = parseBlock();
-      node.handler = null;
-      if (tokType === _catch) {
-        var clause = startNode();
-        next();
-        expect(_parenL);
-        clause.param = parseIdent();
-        if (strict && isStrictBadIdWord(clause.param.name))
-          raise(clause.param.start, "Binding " + clause.param.name + " in strict mode");
-        expect(_parenR);
-        clause.guard = null;
-        clause.body = parseBlock();
-        node.handler = finishNode(clause, "CatchClause");
-      }
-      node.guardedHandlers = empty;
-      node.finalizer = eat(_finally) ? parseBlock() : null;
-      if (!node.handler && !node.finalizer)
-        raise(node.start, "Missing catch or finally clause");
-      return finishNode(node, "TryStatement");
-
-    case _var:
-      next();
-      parseVar(node);
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "VariableDeclaration");
-
-    case _while:
-      next();
-      node.test = parseParenExpression();
-      labels.push(loopLabel);
-      node.body = parseStatement();
-      labels.pop();
-      return finishNode(node, "WhileStatement");
-
-    case _with:
-      if (strict) raise(tokStart, "'with' in strict mode");
-      next();
-      node.object = parseParenExpression();
-      node.body = parseStatement();
-      return finishNode(node, "WithStatement");
-
-    case _braceL:
-      return parseBlock();
-
-    case _semi:
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement");
-
-      // If the statement does not start with a statement keyword or a
-      // brace, it's an ExpressionStatement or LabeledStatement. We
-      // simply start parsing an expression, and afterwards, if the
-      // next token is a colon and the expression was a simple
-      // Identifier node, we switch to interpreting it as a label.
-
-    default:
-      var maybeName = tokVal, expr = parseExpression();
-      if (starttype === _name && expr.type === "Identifier" && eat(_colon)) {
-        for (var i = 0; i < labels.length; ++i)
-          if (labels[i].name === maybeName) raise(expr.start, "Label '" + maybeName + "' is already declared");
-        var kind = tokType.isLoop ? "loop" : tokType === _switch ? "switch" : null;
-        labels.push({name: maybeName, kind: kind});
-        node.body = parseStatement();
-        labels.pop();
-        node.label = expr;
-        return finishNode(node, "LabeledStatement");
-      } else {
-        node.expression = expr;
-        semicolon();
-        return finishNode(node, "ExpressionStatement");
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  // Used for constructs like `switch` and `if` that insist on
-  // parentheses around their expression.
-
-  function parseParenExpression() {
-    expect(_parenL);
-    var val = parseExpression();
-    expect(_parenR);
-    return val;
-  }
-
-  // Parse a semicolon-enclosed block of statements, handling `"use
-  // strict"` declarations when `allowStrict` is true (used for
-  // function bodies).
-
-  function parseBlock(allowStrict) {
-    var node = startNode(), first = true, strict = false, oldStrict;
-    node.body = [];
-    expect(_braceL);
-    while (!eat(_braceR)) {
-      var stmt = parseStatement();
-      node.body.push(stmt);
-      if (first && allowStrict && isUseStrict(stmt)) {
-        oldStrict = strict;
-        setStrict(strict = true);
-      }
-      first = false;
-    }
-    if (strict && !oldStrict) setStrict(false);
-    return finishNode(node, "BlockStatement");
-  }
-
-  // Parse a regular `for` loop. The disambiguation code in
-  // `parseStatement` will already have parsed the init statement or
-  // expression.
-
-  function parseFor(node, init) {
-    node.init = init;
-    expect(_semi);
-    node.test = tokType === _semi ? null : parseExpression();
-    expect(_semi);
-    node.update = tokType === _parenR ? null : parseExpression();
-    expect(_parenR);
-    node.body = parseStatement();
-    labels.pop();
-    return finishNode(node, "ForStatement");
-  }
-
-  // Parse a `for`/`in` loop.
-
-  function parseForIn(node, init) {
-    node.left = init;
-    node.right = parseExpression();
-    expect(_parenR);
-    node.body = parseStatement();
-    labels.pop();
-    return finishNode(node, "ForInStatement");
-  }
-
-  // Parse a list of variable declarations.
-
-  function parseVar(node, noIn) {
-    node.declarations = [];
-    node.kind = "var";
-    for (;;) {
-      var decl = startNode();
-      decl.id = parseIdent();
-      if (strict && isStrictBadIdWord(decl.id.name))
-        raise(decl.id.start, "Binding " + decl.id.name + " in strict mode");
-      decl.init = eat(_eq) ? parseExpression(true, noIn) : null;
-      node.declarations.push(finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
-      if (!eat(_comma)) break;
-    }
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  // ### Expression parsing
-
-  // These nest, from the most general expression type at the top to
-  // 'atomic', nondivisible expression types at the bottom. Most of
-  // the functions will simply let the function(s) below them parse,
-  // and, *if* the syntactic construct they handle is present, wrap
-  // the AST node that the inner parser gave them in another node.
-
-  // Parse a full expression. The arguments are used to forbid comma
-  // sequences (in argument lists, array literals, or object literals)
-  // or the `in` operator (in for loops initalization expressions).
-
-  function parseExpression(noComma, noIn) {
-    var expr = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
-    if (!noComma && tokType === _comma) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(expr);
-      node.expressions = [expr];
-      while (eat(_comma)) node.expressions.push(parseMaybeAssign(noIn));
-      return finishNode(node, "SequenceExpression");
-    }
-    return expr;
-  }
-
-  // Parse an assignment expression. This includes applications of
-  // operators like `+=`.
-
-  function parseMaybeAssign(noIn) {
-    var left = parseMaybeConditional(noIn);
-    if (tokType.isAssign) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(left);
-      node.operator = tokVal;
-      node.left = left;
-      next();
-      node.right = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
-      checkLVal(left);
-      return finishNode(node, "AssignmentExpression");
-    }
-    return left;
-  }
-
-  // Parse a ternary conditional (`?:`) operator.
-
-  function parseMaybeConditional(noIn) {
-    var expr = parseExprOps(noIn);
-    if (eat(_question)) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(expr);
-      node.test = expr;
-      node.consequent = parseExpression(true);
-      expect(_colon);
-      node.alternate = parseExpression(true, noIn);
-      return finishNode(node, "ConditionalExpression");
-    }
-    return expr;
-  }
-
-  // Start the precedence parser.
-
-  function parseExprOps(noIn) {
-    return parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(), -1, noIn);
-  }
-
-  // Parse binary operators with the operator precedence parsing
-  // algorithm. `left` is the left-hand side of the operator.
-  // `minPrec` provides context that allows the function to stop and
-  // defer further parser to one of its callers when it encounters an
-  // operator that has a lower precedence than the set it is parsing.
-
-  function parseExprOp(left, minPrec, noIn) {
-    var prec = tokType.binop;
-    if (prec != null && (!noIn || tokType !== _in)) {
-      if (prec > minPrec) {
-        var node = startNodeFrom(left);
-        node.left = left;
-        node.operator = tokVal;
-        var op = tokType;
-        next();
-        node.right = parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(), prec, noIn);
-        var exprNode = finishNode(node, (op === _logicalOR || op === _logicalAND) ? "LogicalExpression" : "BinaryExpression");
-        return parseExprOp(exprNode, minPrec, noIn);
-      }
-    }
-    return left;
-  }
-
-  // Parse unary operators, both prefix and postfix.
-
-  function parseMaybeUnary() {
-    if (tokType.prefix) {
-      var node = startNode(), update = tokType.isUpdate;
-      node.operator = tokVal;
-      node.prefix = true;
-      tokRegexpAllowed = true;
-      next();
-      node.argument = parseMaybeUnary();
-      if (update) checkLVal(node.argument);
-      else if (strict && node.operator === "delete" &&
-               node.argument.type === "Identifier")
-        raise(node.start, "Deleting local variable in strict mode");
-      return finishNode(node, update ? "UpdateExpression" : "UnaryExpression");
-    }
-    var expr = parseExprSubscripts();
-    while (tokType.postfix && !canInsertSemicolon()) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(expr);
-      node.operator = tokVal;
-      node.prefix = false;
-      node.argument = expr;
-      checkLVal(expr);
-      next();
-      expr = finishNode(node, "UpdateExpression");
-    }
-    return expr;
-  }
-
-  // Parse call, dot, and `[]`-subscript expressions.
-
-  function parseExprSubscripts() {
-    return parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom());
-  }
-
-  function parseSubscripts(base, noCalls) {
-    if (eat(_dot)) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(base);
-      node.object = base;
-      node.property = parseIdent(true);
-      node.computed = false;
-      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "MemberExpression"), noCalls);
-    } else if (eat(_bracketL)) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(base);
-      node.object = base;
-      node.property = parseExpression();
-      node.computed = true;
-      expect(_bracketR);
-      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "MemberExpression"), noCalls);
-    } else if (!noCalls && eat(_parenL)) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(base);
-      node.callee = base;
-      node.arguments = parseExprList(_parenR, false);
-      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "CallExpression"), noCalls);
-    } else return base;
-  }
-
-  // Parse an atomic expression — either a single token that is an
-  // expression, an expression started by a keyword like `function` or
-  // `new`, or an expression wrapped in punctuation like `()`, `[]`,
-  // or `{}`.
-
-  function parseExprAtom() {
-    switch (tokType) {
-    case _this:
-      var node = startNode();
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "ThisExpression");
-    case _name:
-      return parseIdent();
-    case _num: case _string: case _regexp:
-      var node = startNode();
-      node.value = tokVal;
-      node.raw = input.slice(tokStart, tokEnd);
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
-
-    case _null: case _true: case _false:
-      var node = startNode();
-      node.value = tokType.atomValue;
-      node.raw = tokType.keyword;
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
-
-    case _parenL:
-      var tokStartLoc1 = tokStartLoc, tokStart1 = tokStart;
-      next();
-      var val = parseExpression();
-      val.start = tokStart1;
-      val.end = tokEnd;
-      if (options.locations) {
-        val.loc.start = tokStartLoc1;
-        val.loc.end = tokEndLoc;
-      }
-      if (options.ranges)
-        val.range = [tokStart1, tokEnd];
-      expect(_parenR);
-      return val;
-
-    case _bracketL:
-      var node = startNode();
-      next();
-      node.elements = parseExprList(_bracketR, true, true);
-      return finishNode(node, "ArrayExpression");
-
-    case _braceL:
-      return parseObj();
-
-    case _function:
-      var node = startNode();
-      next();
-      return parseFunction(node, false);
-
-    case _new:
-      return parseNew();
-
-    default:
-      unexpected();
-    }
-  }
-
-  // New's precedence is slightly tricky. It must allow its argument
-  // to be a `[]` or dot subscript expression, but not a call — at
-  // least, not without wrapping it in parentheses. Thus, it uses the
-
-  function parseNew() {
-    var node = startNode();
-    next();
-    node.callee = parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), true);
-    if (eat(_parenL)) node.arguments = parseExprList(_parenR, false);
-    else node.arguments = empty;
-    return finishNode(node, "NewExpression");
-  }
-
-  // Parse an object literal.
-
-  function parseObj() {
-    var node = startNode(), first = true, sawGetSet = false;
-    node.properties = [];
-    next();
-    while (!eat(_braceR)) {
-      if (!first) {
-        expect(_comma);
-        if (options.allowTrailingCommas && eat(_braceR)) break;
-      } else first = false;
-
-      var prop = {key: parsePropertyName()}, isGetSet = false, kind;
-      if (eat(_colon)) {
-        prop.value = parseExpression(true);
-        kind = prop.kind = "init";
-      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && prop.key.type === "Identifier" &&
-                 (prop.key.name === "get" || prop.key.name === "set")) {
-        isGetSet = sawGetSet = true;
-        kind = prop.kind = prop.key.name;
-        prop.key = parsePropertyName();
-        if (tokType !== _parenL) unexpected();
-        prop.value = parseFunction(startNode(), false);
-      } else unexpected();
-
-      // getters and setters are not allowed to clash — either with
-      // each other or with an init property — and in strict mode,
-      // init properties are also not allowed to be repeated.
-
-      if (prop.key.type === "Identifier" && (strict || sawGetSet)) {
-        for (var i = 0; i < node.properties.length; ++i) {
-          var other = node.properties[i];
-          if (other.key.name === prop.key.name) {
-            var conflict = kind == other.kind || isGetSet && other.kind === "init" ||
-              kind === "init" && (other.kind === "get" || other.kind === "set");
-            if (conflict && !strict && kind === "init" && other.kind === "init") conflict = false;
-            if (conflict) raise(prop.key.start, "Redefinition of property");
-          }
-        }
-      }
-      node.properties.push(prop);
-    }
-    return finishNode(node, "ObjectExpression");
-  }
-
-  function parsePropertyName() {
-    if (tokType === _num || tokType === _string) return parseExprAtom();
-    return parseIdent(true);
-  }
-
-  // Parse a function declaration or literal (depending on the
-  // `isStatement` parameter).
-
-  function parseFunction(node, isStatement) {
-    if (tokType === _name) node.id = parseIdent();
-    else if (isStatement) unexpected();
-    else node.id = null;
-    node.params = [];
-    var first = true;
-    expect(_parenL);
-    while (!eat(_parenR)) {
-      if (!first) expect(_comma); else first = false;
-      node.params.push(parseIdent());
-    }
-
-    // Start a new scope with regard to labels and the `inFunction`
-    // flag (restore them to their old value afterwards).
-    var oldInFunc = inFunction, oldLabels = labels;
-    inFunction = true; labels = [];
-    node.body = parseBlock(true);
-    inFunction = oldInFunc; labels = oldLabels;
-
-    // If this is a strict mode function, verify that argument names
-    // are not repeated, and it does not try to bind the words `eval`
-    // or `arguments`.
-    if (strict || node.body.body.length && isUseStrict(node.body.body[0])) {
-      for (var i = node.id ? -1 : 0; i < node.params.length; ++i) {
-        var id = i < 0 ? node.id : node.params[i];
-        if (isStrictReservedWord(id.name) || isStrictBadIdWord(id.name))
-          raise(id.start, "Defining '" + id.name + "' in strict mode");
-        if (i >= 0) for (var j = 0; j < i; ++j) if (id.name === node.params[j].name)
-          raise(id.start, "Argument name clash in strict mode");
-      }
-    }
-
-    return finishNode(node, isStatement ? "FunctionDeclaration" : "FunctionExpression");
-  }
-
-  // Parses a comma-separated list of expressions, and returns them as
-  // an array. `close` is the token type that ends the list, and
-  // `allowEmpty` can be turned on to allow subsequent commas with
-  // nothing in between them to be parsed as `null` (which is needed
-  // for array literals).
-
-  function parseExprList(close, allowTrailingComma, allowEmpty) {
-    var elts = [], first = true;
-    while (!eat(close)) {
-      if (!first) {
-        expect(_comma);
-        if (allowTrailingComma && options.allowTrailingCommas && eat(close)) break;
-      } else first = false;
-
-      if (allowEmpty && tokType === _comma) elts.push(null);
-      else elts.push(parseExpression(true));
-    }
-    return elts;
-  }
-
-  // Parse the next token as an identifier. If `liberal` is true (used
-  // when parsing properties), it will also convert keywords into
-  // identifiers.
-
-  function parseIdent(liberal) {
-    var node = startNode();
-    node.name = tokType === _name ? tokVal : (liberal && !options.forbidReserved && tokType.keyword) || unexpected();
-    tokRegexpAllowed = false;
-    next();
-    return finishNode(node, "Identifier");
-  }
-
-});
+// Acorn is a tiny, fast JavaScript parser written in JavaScript.
+//
+// Acorn was written by Marijn Haverbeke and various contributors and
+// released under an MIT license. The Unicode regexps (for identifiers
+// and whitespace) were taken from [Esprima](http://esprima.org) by
+// Ariya Hidayat.
+//
+// Git repositories for Acorn are available at
+//
+//     http://marijnhaverbeke.nl/git/acorn
+//     https://github.com/marijnh/acorn.git
+//
+// Please use the [github bug tracker][ghbt] to report issues.
+//
+// [ghbt]: https://github.com/marijnh/acorn/issues
+//
+// This file defines the main parser interface. The library also comes
+// with a [error-tolerant parser][dammit] and an
+// [abstract syntax tree walker][walk], defined in other files.
+//
+// [dammit]: acorn_loose.js
+// [walk]: util/walk.js
+
+(function(root, mod) {
+  if (typeof exports == "object" && typeof module == "object") return mod(exports); // CommonJS
+  if (typeof define == "function" && define.amd) return define(["exports"], mod); // AMD
+  mod(root.acorn || (root.acorn = {})); // Plain browser env
+})(this, function(exports) {
+  "use strict";
+
+  exports.version = "0.11.1";
+
+  // The main exported interface (under `self.acorn` when in the
+  // browser) is a `parse` function that takes a code string and
+  // returns an abstract syntax tree as specified by [Mozilla parser
+  // API][api], with the caveat that inline XML is not recognized.
+  //
+  // [api]: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/SpiderMonkey/Parser_API
+
+  var options, input, inputLen, sourceFile;
+
+  exports.parse = function(inpt, opts) {
+    input = String(inpt); inputLen = input.length;
+    setOptions(opts);
+    initTokenState();
+    var startPos = options.locations ? [tokPos, curPosition()] : tokPos;
+    initParserState();
+    return parseTopLevel(options.program || startNodeAt(startPos));
+  };
+
+  // A second optional argument can be given to further configure
+  // the parser process. These options are recognized:
+
+  var defaultOptions = exports.defaultOptions = {
+    // `ecmaVersion` indicates the ECMAScript version to parse. Must
+    // be either 3, or 5, or 6. This influences support for strict
+    // mode, the set of reserved words, support for getters and
+    // setters and other features.
+    ecmaVersion: 5,
+    // Turn on `strictSemicolons` to prevent the parser from doing
+    // automatic semicolon insertion.
+    strictSemicolons: false,
+    // When `allowTrailingCommas` is false, the parser will not allow
+    // trailing commas in array and object literals.
+    allowTrailingCommas: true,
+    // By default, reserved words are not enforced. Enable
+    // `forbidReserved` to enforce them. When this option has the
+    // value "everywhere", reserved words and keywords can also not be
+    // used as property names.
+    forbidReserved: false,
+    // When enabled, a return at the top level is not considered an
+    // error.
+    allowReturnOutsideFunction: false,
+    // When enabled, import/export statements are not constrained to
+    // appearing at the top of the program.
+    allowImportExportEverywhere: false,
+    // When enabled, hashbang directive in the beginning of file
+    // is allowed and treated as a line comment.
+    allowHashBang: false,
+    // When `locations` is on, `loc` properties holding objects with
+    // `start` and `end` properties in `{line, column}` form (with
+    // line being 1-based and column 0-based) will be attached to the
+    // nodes.
+    locations: false,
+    // A function can be passed as `onToken` option, which will
+    // cause Acorn to call that function with object in the same
+    // format as tokenize() returns. Note that you are not
+    // allowed to call the parser from the callback—that will
+    // corrupt its internal state.
+    onToken: null,
+    // A function can be passed as `onComment` option, which will
+    // cause Acorn to call that function with `(block, text, start,
+    // end)` parameters whenever a comment is skipped. `block` is a
+    // boolean indicating whether this is a block (`/* */`) comment,
+    // `text` is the content of the comment, and `start` and `end` are
+    // character offsets that denote the start and end of the comment.
+    // When the `locations` option is on, two more parameters are
+    // passed, the full `{line, column}` locations of the start and
+    // end of the comments. Note that you are not allowed to call the
+    // parser from the callback—that will corrupt its internal state.
+    onComment: null,
+    // Nodes have their start and end characters offsets recorded in
+    // `start` and `end` properties (directly on the node, rather than
+    // the `loc` object, which holds line/column data. To also add a
+    // [semi-standardized][range] `range` property holding a `[start,
+    // end]` array with the same numbers, set the `ranges` option to
+    // `true`.
+    //
+    // [range]: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=745678
+    ranges: false,
+    // It is possible to parse multiple files into a single AST by
+    // passing the tree produced by parsing the first file as
+    // `program` option in subsequent parses. This will add the
+    // toplevel forms of the parsed file to the `Program` (top) node
+    // of an existing parse tree.
+    program: null,
+    // When `locations` is on, you can pass this to record the source
+    // file in every node's `loc` object.
+    sourceFile: null,
+    // This value, if given, is stored in every node, whether
+    // `locations` is on or off.
+    directSourceFile: null,
+    // When enabled, parenthesized expressions are represented by
+    // (non-standard) ParenthesizedExpression nodes
+    preserveParens: false
+  };
+
+  // This function tries to parse a single expression at a given
+  // offset in a string. Useful for parsing mixed-language formats
+  // that embed JavaScript expressions.
+
+  exports.parseExpressionAt = function(inpt, pos, opts) {
+    input = String(inpt); inputLen = input.length;
+    setOptions(opts);
+    initTokenState(pos);
+    initParserState();
+    return parseExpression();
+  };
+
+  var isArray = function (obj) {
+    return Object.prototype.toString.call(obj) === "[object Array]";
+  };
+
+  function setOptions(opts) {
+    options = {};
+    for (var opt in defaultOptions)
+      options[opt] = opts && has(opts, opt) ? opts[opt] : defaultOptions[opt];
+    sourceFile = options.sourceFile || null;
+    if (isArray(options.onToken)) {
+      var tokens = options.onToken;
+      options.onToken = function (token) {
+        tokens.push(token);
+      };
+    }
+    if (isArray(options.onComment)) {
+      var comments = options.onComment;
+      options.onComment = function (block, text, start, end, startLoc, endLoc) {
+        var comment = {
+          type: block ? 'Block' : 'Line',
+          value: text,
+          start: start,
+          end: end
+        };
+        if (options.locations) {
+          comment.loc = new SourceLocation();
+          comment.loc.start = startLoc;
+          comment.loc.end = endLoc;
+        }
+        if (options.ranges)
+          comment.range = [start, end];
+        comments.push(comment);
+      };
+    }
+    isKeyword = options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? isEcma6Keyword : isEcma5AndLessKeyword;
+  }
+
+  // The `getLineInfo` function is mostly useful when the
+  // `locations` option is off (for performance reasons) and you
+  // want to find the line/column position for a given character
+  // offset. `input` should be the code string that the offset refers
+  // into.
+
+  var getLineInfo = exports.getLineInfo = function(input, offset) {
+    for (var line = 1, cur = 0;;) {
+      lineBreak.lastIndex = cur;
+      var match = lineBreak.exec(input);
+      if (match && match.index < offset) {
+        ++line;
+        cur = match.index + match[0].length;
+      } else break;
+    }
+    return {line: line, column: offset - cur};
+  };
+
+  function Token() {
+    this.type = tokType;
+    this.value = tokVal;
+    this.start = tokStart;
+    this.end = tokEnd;
+    if (options.locations) {
+      this.loc = new SourceLocation();
+      this.loc.end = tokEndLoc;
+      // TODO: remove in next major release
+      this.startLoc = tokStartLoc;
+      this.endLoc = tokEndLoc;
+    }
+    if (options.ranges)
+      this.range = [tokStart, tokEnd];
+  }
+
+  exports.Token = Token;
+
+  // Acorn is organized as a tokenizer and a recursive-descent parser.
+  // The `tokenize` export provides an interface to the tokenizer.
+  // Because the tokenizer is optimized for being efficiently used by
+  // the Acorn parser itself, this interface is somewhat crude and not
+  // very modular. Performing another parse or call to `tokenize` will
+  // reset the internal state, and invalidate existing tokenizers.
+
+  exports.tokenize = function(inpt, opts) {
+    input = String(inpt); inputLen = input.length;
+    setOptions(opts);
+    initTokenState();
+    skipSpace();
+
+    function getToken() {
+      lastEnd = tokEnd;
+      readToken();
+      return new Token();
+    }
+    getToken.jumpTo = function(pos, exprAllowed) {
+      tokPos = pos;
+      if (options.locations) {
+        tokCurLine = 1;
+        tokLineStart = lineBreak.lastIndex = 0;
+        var match;
+        while ((match = lineBreak.exec(input)) && match.index < pos) {
+          ++tokCurLine;
+          tokLineStart = match.index + match[0].length;
+        }
+      }
+      tokExprAllowed = !!exprAllowed;
+      skipSpace();
+    };
+    getToken.options = options;
+    return getToken;
+  };
+
+  // State is kept in (closure-)global variables. We already saw the
+  // `options`, `input`, and `inputLen` variables above.
+
+  // The current position of the tokenizer in the input.
+
+  var tokPos;
+
+  // The start and end offsets of the current token.
+
+  var tokStart, tokEnd;
+
+  // When `options.locations` is true, these hold objects
+  // containing the tokens start and end line/column pairs.
+
+  var tokStartLoc, tokEndLoc;
+
+  // The type and value of the current token. Token types are objects,
+  // named by variables against which they can be compared, and
+  // holding properties that describe them (indicating, for example,
+  // the precedence of an infix operator, and the original name of a
+  // keyword token). The kind of value that's held in `tokVal` depends
+  // on the type of the token. For literals, it is the literal value,
+  // for operators, the operator name, and so on.
+
+  var tokType, tokVal;
+
+  // Internal state for the tokenizer. To distinguish between division
+  // operators and regular expressions, it remembers whether the last
+  // token was one that is allowed to be followed by an expression. In
+  // some cases, notably after ')' or '}' tokens, the situation
+  // depends on the context before the matching opening bracket, so
+  // tokContext keeps a stack of information about current bracketed
+  // forms.
+
+  var tokContext, tokExprAllowed;
+
+  // When `options.locations` is true, these are used to keep
+  // track of the current line, and know when a new line has been
+  // entered.
+
+  var tokCurLine, tokLineStart;
+
+  // These store the position of the previous token, which is useful
+  // when finishing a node and assigning its `end` position.
+
+  var lastStart, lastEnd, lastEndLoc;
+
+  // This is the parser's state. `inFunction` is used to reject
+  // `return` statements outside of functions, `inGenerator` to
+  // reject `yield`s outside of generators, `labels` to verify
+  // that `break` and `continue` have somewhere to jump to, and
+  // `strict` indicates whether strict mode is on.
+
+  var inFunction, inGenerator, labels, strict;
+
+  // This counter is used for checking that arrow expressions did
+  // not contain nested parentheses in argument list.
+
+  var metParenL;
+
+  // This is used by the tokenizer to track the template strings it is
+  // inside, and count the amount of open braces seen inside them, to
+  // be able to switch back to a template token when the } to match ${
+  // is encountered. It will hold an array of integers.
+
+  var templates;
+
+  function initParserState() {
+    lastStart = lastEnd = tokPos;
+    if (options.locations) lastEndLoc = curPosition();
+    inFunction = inGenerator = strict = false;
+    labels = [];
+    skipSpace();
+    readToken();
+  }
+
+  // This function is used to raise exceptions on parse errors. It
+  // takes an offset integer (into the current `input`) to indicate
+  // the location of the error, attaches the position to the end
+  // of the error message, and then raises a `SyntaxError` with that
+  // message.
+
+  function raise(pos, message) {
+    var loc = getLineInfo(input, pos);
+    message += " (" + loc.line + ":" + loc.column + ")";
+    var err = new SyntaxError(message);
+    err.pos = pos; err.loc = loc; err.raisedAt = tokPos;
+    throw err;
+  }
+
+  // Reused empty array added for node fields that are always empty.
+
+  var empty = [];
+
+  // ## Token types
+
+  // The assignment of fine-grained, information-carrying type objects
+  // allows the tokenizer to store the information it has about a
+  // token in a way that is very cheap for the parser to look up.
+
+  // All token type variables start with an underscore, to make them
+  // easy to recognize.
+
+  // These are the general types. The `type` property is only used to
+  // make them recognizeable when debugging.
+
+  var _num = {type: "num"}, _regexp = {type: "regexp"}, _string = {type: "string"};
+  var _name = {type: "name"}, _eof = {type: "eof"};
+
+  // Keyword tokens. The `keyword` property (also used in keyword-like
+  // operators) indicates that the token originated from an
+  // identifier-like word, which is used when parsing property names.
+  //
+  // The `beforeExpr` property is used to disambiguate between regular
+  // expressions and divisions. It is set on all token types that can
+  // be followed by an expression (thus, a slash after them would be a
+  // regular expression).
+  //
+  // `isLoop` marks a keyword as starting a loop, which is important
+  // to know when parsing a label, in order to allow or disallow
+  // continue jumps to that label.
+
+  var _break = {keyword: "break"}, _case = {keyword: "case", beforeExpr: true}, _catch = {keyword: "catch"};
+  var _continue = {keyword: "continue"}, _debugger = {keyword: "debugger"}, _default = {keyword: "default"};
+  var _do = {keyword: "do", isLoop: true}, _else = {keyword: "else", beforeExpr: true};
+  var _finally = {keyword: "finally"}, _for = {keyword: "for", isLoop: true}, _function = {keyword: "function"};
+  var _if = {keyword: "if"}, _return = {keyword: "return", beforeExpr: true}, _switch = {keyword: "switch"};
+  var _throw = {keyword: "throw", beforeExpr: true}, _try = {keyword: "try"}, _var = {keyword: "var"};
+  var _let = {keyword: "let"}, _const = {keyword: "const"};
+  var _while = {keyword: "while", isLoop: true}, _with = {keyword: "with"}, _new = {keyword: "new", beforeExpr: true};
+  var _this = {keyword: "this"};
+  var _class = {keyword: "class"}, _extends = {keyword: "extends", beforeExpr: true};
+  var _export = {keyword: "export"}, _import = {keyword: "import"};
+  var _yield = {keyword: "yield", beforeExpr: true};
+
+  // The keywords that denote values.
+
+  var _null = {keyword: "null", atomValue: null}, _true = {keyword: "true", atomValue: true};
+  var _false = {keyword: "false", atomValue: false};
+
+  // Some keywords are treated as regular operators. `in` sometimes
+  // (when parsing `for`) needs to be tested against specifically, so
+  // we assign a variable name to it for quick comparing.
+
+  var _in = {keyword: "in", binop: 7, beforeExpr: true};
+
+  // Map keyword names to token types.
+
+  var keywordTypes = {"break": _break, "case": _case, "catch": _catch,
+                      "continue": _continue, "debugger": _debugger, "default": _default,
+                      "do": _do, "else": _else, "finally": _finally, "for": _for,
+                      "function": _function, "if": _if, "return": _return, "switch": _switch,
+                      "throw": _throw, "try": _try, "var": _var, "let": _let, "const": _const,
+                      "while": _while, "with": _with,
+                      "null": _null, "true": _true, "false": _false, "new": _new, "in": _in,
+                      "instanceof": {keyword: "instanceof", binop: 7, beforeExpr: true}, "this": _this,
+                      "typeof": {keyword: "typeof", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true},
+                      "void": {keyword: "void", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true},
+                      "delete": {keyword: "delete", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true},
+                      "class": _class, "extends": _extends,
+                      "export": _export, "import": _import, "yield": _yield};
+
+  // Punctuation token types. Again, the `type` property is purely for debugging.
+
+  var _bracketL = {type: "[", beforeExpr: true}, _bracketR = {type: "]"}, _braceL = {type: "{", beforeExpr: true};
+  var _braceR = {type: "}"}, _parenL = {type: "(", beforeExpr: true}, _parenR = {type: ")"};
+  var _comma = {type: ",", beforeExpr: true}, _semi = {type: ";", beforeExpr: true};
+  var _colon = {type: ":", beforeExpr: true}, _dot = {type: "."}, _question = {type: "?", beforeExpr: true};
+  var _arrow = {type: "=>", beforeExpr: true}, _template = {type: "template"}, _templateContinued = {type: "templateContinued"};
+  var _ellipsis = {type: "...", prefix: true, beforeExpr: true};
+
+  // Operators. These carry several kinds of properties to help the
+  // parser use them properly (the presence of these properties is
+  // what categorizes them as operators).
+  //
+  // `binop`, when present, specifies that this operator is a binary
+  // operator, and will refer to its precedence.
+  //
+  // `prefix` and `postfix` mark the operator as a prefix or postfix
+  // unary operator. `isUpdate` specifies that the node produced by
+  // the operator should be of type UpdateExpression rather than
+  // simply UnaryExpression (`++` and `--`).
+  //
+  // `isAssign` marks all of `=`, `+=`, `-=` etcetera, which act as
+  // binary operators with a very low precedence, that should result
+  // in AssignmentExpression nodes.
+
+  var _slash = {binop: 10, beforeExpr: true}, _eq = {isAssign: true, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _assign = {isAssign: true, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _incDec = {postfix: true, prefix: true, isUpdate: true}, _prefix = {prefix: true, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _logicalOR = {binop: 1, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _logicalAND = {binop: 2, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _bitwiseOR = {binop: 3, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _bitwiseXOR = {binop: 4, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _bitwiseAND = {binop: 5, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _equality = {binop: 6, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _relational = {binop: 7, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _bitShift = {binop: 8, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _plusMin = {binop: 9, prefix: true, beforeExpr: true};
+  var _modulo = {binop: 10, beforeExpr: true};
+
+  // '*' may be multiply or have special meaning in ES6
+  var _star = {binop: 10, beforeExpr: true};
+
+  // Provide access to the token types for external users of the
+  // tokenizer.
+
+  exports.tokTypes = {bracketL: _bracketL, bracketR: _bracketR, braceL: _braceL, braceR: _braceR,
+                      parenL: _parenL, parenR: _parenR, comma: _comma, semi: _semi, colon: _colon,
+                      dot: _dot, ellipsis: _ellipsis, question: _question, slash: _slash, eq: _eq,
+                      name: _name, eof: _eof, num: _num, regexp: _regexp, string: _string,
+                      arrow: _arrow, template: _template, templateContinued: _templateContinued, star: _star,
+                      assign: _assign};
+  for (var kw in keywordTypes) exports.tokTypes["_" + kw] = keywordTypes[kw];
+
+  // This is a trick taken from Esprima. It turns out that, on
+  // non-Chrome browsers, to check whether a string is in a set, a
+  // predicate containing a big ugly `switch` statement is faster than
+  // a regular expression, and on Chrome the two are about on par.
+  // This function uses `eval` (non-lexical) to produce such a
+  // predicate from a space-separated string of words.
+  //
+  // It starts by sorting the words by length.
+
+  function makePredicate(words) {
+    words = words.split(" ");
+    var f = "", cats = [];
+    out: for (var i = 0; i < words.length; ++i) {
+      for (var j = 0; j < cats.length; ++j)
+        if (cats[j][0].length == words[i].length) {
+          cats[j].push(words[i]);
+          continue out;
+        }
+      cats.push([words[i]]);
+    }
+    function compareTo(arr) {
+      if (arr.length == 1) return f += "return str === " + JSON.stringify(arr[0]) + ";";
+      f += "switch(str){";
+      for (var i = 0; i < arr.length; ++i) f += "case " + JSON.stringify(arr[i]) + ":";
+      f += "return true}return false;";
+    }
+
+    // When there are more than three length categories, an outer
+    // switch first dispatches on the lengths, to save on comparisons.
+
+    if (cats.length > 3) {
+      cats.sort(function(a, b) {return b.length - a.length;});
+      f += "switch(str.length){";
+      for (var i = 0; i < cats.length; ++i) {
+        var cat = cats[i];
+        f += "case " + cat[0].length + ":";
+        compareTo(cat);
+      }
+      f += "}";
+
+    // Otherwise, simply generate a flat `switch` statement.
+
+    } else {
+      compareTo(words);
+    }
+    return new Function("str", f);
+  }
+
+  // The ECMAScript 3 reserved word list.
+
+  var isReservedWord3 = makePredicate("abstract boolean byte char class double enum export extends final float goto implements import int interface long native package private protected public short static super synchronized throws transient volatile");
+
+  // ECMAScript 5 reserved words.
+
+  var isReservedWord5 = makePredicate("class enum extends super const export import");
+
+  // The additional reserved words in strict mode.
+
+  var isStrictReservedWord = makePredicate("implements interface let package private protected public static yield");
+
+  // The forbidden variable names in strict mode.
+
+  var isStrictBadIdWord = makePredicate("eval arguments");
+
+  // And the keywords.
+
+  var ecma5AndLessKeywords = "break case catch continue debugger default do else finally for function if return switch throw try var while with null true false instanceof typeof void delete new in this";
+
+  var isEcma5AndLessKeyword = makePredicate(ecma5AndLessKeywords);
+
+  var isEcma6Keyword = makePredicate(ecma5AndLessKeywords + " let const class extends export import yield");
+
+  var isKeyword = isEcma5AndLessKeyword;
+
+  // ## Character categories
+
+  // Big ugly regular expressions that match characters in the
+  // whitespace, identifier, and identifier-start categories. These
+  // are only applied when a character is found to actually have a
+  // code point above 128.
+  // Generated by `tools/generate-identifier-regex.js`.
+
+  var nonASCIIwhitespace = /[\u1680\u180e\u2000-\u200a\u202f\u205f\u3000\ufeff]/;
+  var nonASCIIidentifierStartChars = "\xAA\xB5\xBA\xC0-\xD6\xD8-\xF6\xF8-\u02C1\u02C6-\u02D1\u02E0-\u02E4\u02EC\u02EE\u0370-\u0374\u0376\u0377\u037A-\u037D\u037F\u0386\u0388-\u038A\u038C\u038E-\u03A1\u03A3-\u03F5\u03F7-\u0481\u048A-\u052F\u0531-\u0556\u0559\u0561-\u0587\u05D0-\u05EA\u05F0-\u05F2\u0620-\u064A\u066E\u066F\u0671-\u06D3\u06D5\u06E5\u06E6\u06EE\u06EF\u06FA-\u06FC\u06FF\u0710\u0712-\u072F\u074D-\u07A5\u07B1\u07CA-\u07EA\u07F4\u07F5\u07FA\u0800-\u0815\u081A\u0824\u0828\u0840-\u0858\u08A0-\u08B2\u0904-\u0939\u093D\u0950\u0958-\u0961\u0971-\u0980\u0985-\u098C\u098F\u0990\u0993-\u09A8\u09AA-\u09B0\u09B2\u09B6-\u09B9\u09BD\u09CE\u09DC\u09DD\u09DF-\u09E1\u09F0\u09F1\u0A05-\u0A0A\u0A0F\u0A10\u0A13-\u0A28\u0A2A-\u0A30\u0A32\u0A33\u0A35\u0A36\u0A38\u0A39\u0A59-\u0A5C\u0A5E\u0A72-\u0A74\u0A85-\u0A8D\u0A8F-\u0A91\u0A93-\u0AA8\u0AAA-\u0AB0\u0AB2\u0AB3\u0AB5-\u0AB9\u0ABD\u0AD0\u0AE0\u0AE1\u0B05-\u0B0C\u0B0F\u0B10\u0B13-\u0B28\u0B2A-\u0B30\u0B32\u0B33\u0B35-\u0B39\u0B3D\u0B5C\u0B5D\u0B5F-\u0B61\u0B71\u0B83\u0B85-\u0B8A\u0B8E-\u0B90\u0B92-\u0B95\u0B99\u0B9A\u0B9C\u0B9E\u0B9F\u0BA3\u0BA4\u0BA8-\u0BAA\u0BAE-\u0BB9\u0BD0\u0C05-\u0C0C\u0C0E-\u0C10\u0C12-\u0C28\u0C2A-\u0C39\u0C3D\u0C58\u0C59\u0C60\u0C61\u0C85-\u0C8C\u0C8E-\u0C90\u0C92-\u0CA8\u0CAA-\u0CB3\u0CB5-\u0CB9\u0CBD\u0CDE\u0CE0\u0CE1\u0CF1\u0CF2\u0D05-\u0D0C\u0D0E-\u0D10\u0D12-\u0D3A\u0D3D\u0D4E\u0D60\u0D61\u0D7A-\u0D7F\u0D85-\u0D96\u0D9A-\u0DB1\u0DB3-\u0DBB\u0DBD\u0DC0-\u0DC6\u0E01-\u0E30\u0E32\u0E33\u0E40-\u0E46\u0E81\u0E82\u0E84\u0E87\u0E88\u0E8A\u0E8D\u0E94-\u0E97\u0E99-\u0E9F\u0EA1-\u0EA3\u0EA5\u0EA7\u0EAA\u0EAB\u0EAD-\u0EB0\u0EB2\u0EB3\u0EBD\u0EC0-\u0EC4\u0EC6\u0EDC-\u0EDF\u0F00\u0F40-\u0F47\u0F49-\u0F6C\u0F88-\u0F8C\u1000-\u102A\u103F\u1050-\u1055\u105A-\u105D\u1061\u1065\u1066\u106E-\u1070\u1075-\u1081\u108E\u10A0-\u10C5\u10C7\u10CD\u10D0-\u10FA\u10FC-\u1248\u124A-\u124D\u1250-\u1256\u1258\u125A-\u125D\u1260-\u1288\u128A-\u128D\u1290-\u12B0\u12B2-\u12B5\u12B8-\u12BE\u12C0\u12C2-\u12C5\u12C8-\u12D6\u12D8-\u1310\u1312-\u1315\u1318-\u135A\u1380-\u138F\u13A0-\u13F4\u1401-\u166C\u166F-\u167F\u1681-\u169A\u16A0-\u16EA\u16EE-\u16F8\u1700-\u170C\u170E-\u1711\u1720-\u1731\u1740-\u1751\u1760-\u176C\u176E-\u1770\u1780-\u17B3\u17D7\u17DC\u1820-\u1877\u1880-\u18A8\u18AA\u18B0-\u18F5\u1900-\u191E\u1950-\u196D\u1970-\u1974\u1980-\u19AB\u19C1-\u19C7\u1A00-\u1A16\u1A20-\u1A54\u1AA7\u1B05-\u1B33\u1B45-\u1B4B\u1B83-\u1BA0\u1BAE\u1BAF\u1BBA-\u1BE5\u1C00-\u1C23\u1C4D-\u1C4F\u1C5A-\u1C7D\u1CE9-\u1CEC\u1CEE-\u1CF1\u1CF5\u1CF6\u1D00-\u1DBF\u1E00-\u1F15\u1F18-\u1F1D\u1F20-\u1F45\u1F48-\u1F4D\u1F50-\u1F57\u1F59\u1F5B\u1F5D\u1F5F-\u1F7D\u1F80-\u1FB4\u1FB6-\u1FBC\u1FBE\u1FC2-\u1FC4\u1FC6-\u1FCC\u1FD0-\u1FD3\u1FD6-\u1FDB\u1FE0-\u1FEC\u1FF2-\u1FF4\u1FF6-\u1FFC\u2071\u207F\u2090-\u209C\u2102\u2107\u210A-\u2113\u2115\u2119-\u211D\u2124\u2126\u2128\u212A-\u212D\u212F-\u2139\u213C-\u213F\u2145-\u2149\u214E\u2160-\u2188\u2C00-\u2C2E\u2C30-\u2C5E\u2C60-\u2CE4\u2CEB-\u2CEE\u2CF2\u2CF3\u2D00-\u2D25\u2D27\u2D2D\u2D30-\u2D67\u2D6F\u2D80-\u2D96\u2DA0-\u2DA6\u2DA8-\u2DAE\u2DB0-\u2DB6\u2DB8-\u2DBE\u2DC0-\u2DC6\u2DC8-\u2DCE\u2DD0-\u2DD6\u2DD8-\u2DDE\u2E2F\u3005-\u3007\u3021-\u3029\u3031-\u3035\u3038-\u303C\u3041-\u3096\u309D-\u309F\u30A1-\u30FA\u30FC-\u30FF\u3105-\u312D\u3131-\u318E\u31A0-\u31BA\u31F0-\u31FF\u3400-\u4DB5\u4E00-\u9FCC\uA000-\uA48C\uA4D0-\uA4FD\uA500-\uA60C\uA610-\uA61F\uA62A\uA62B\uA640-\uA66E\uA67F-\uA69D\uA6A0-\uA6EF\uA717-\uA71F\uA722-\uA788\uA78B-\uA78E\uA790-\uA7AD\uA7B0\uA7B1\uA7F7-\uA801\uA803-\uA805\uA807-\uA80A\uA80C-\uA822\uA840-\uA873\uA882-\uA8B3\uA8F2-\uA8F7\uA8FB\uA90A-\uA925\uA930-\uA946\uA960-\uA97C\uA984-\uA9B2\uA9CF\uA9E0-\uA9E4\uA9E6-\uA9EF\uA9FA-\uA9FE\uAA00-\uAA28\uAA40-\uAA42\uAA44-\uAA4B\uAA60-\uAA76\uAA7A\uAA7E-\uAAAF\uAAB1\uAAB5\uAAB6\uAAB9-\uAABD\uAAC0\uAAC2\uAADB-\uAADD\uAAE0-\uAAEA\uAAF2-\uAAF4\uAB01-\uAB06\uAB09-\uAB0E\uAB11-\uAB16\uAB20-\uAB26\uAB28-\uAB2E\uAB30-\uAB5A\uAB5C-\uAB5F\uAB64\uAB65\uABC0-\uABE2\uAC00-\uD7A3\uD7B0-\uD7C6\uD7CB-\uD7FB\uF900-\uFA6D\uFA70-\uFAD9\uFB00-\uFB06\uFB13-\uFB17\uFB1D\uFB1F-\uFB28\uFB2A-\uFB36\uFB38-\uFB3C\uFB3E\uFB40\uFB41\uFB43\uFB44\uFB46-\uFBB1\uFBD3-\uFD3D\uFD50-\uFD8F\uFD92-\uFDC7\uFDF0-\uFDFB\uFE70-\uFE74\uFE76-\uFEFC\uFF21-\uFF3A\uFF41-\uFF5A\uFF66-\uFFBE\uFFC2-\uFFC7\uFFCA-\uFFCF\uFFD2-\uFFD7\uFFDA-\uFFDC";
+  var nonASCIIidentifierChars = "\u0300-\u036F\u0483-\u0487\u0591-\u05BD\u05BF\u05C1\u05C2\u05C4\u05C5\u05C7\u0610-\u061A\u064B-\u0669\u0670\u06D6-\u06DC\u06DF-\u06E4\u06E7\u06E8\u06EA-\u06ED\u06F0-\u06F9\u0711\u0730-\u074A\u07A6-\u07B0\u07C0-\u07C9\u07EB-\u07F3\u0816-\u0819\u081B-\u0823\u0825-\u0827\u0829-\u082D\u0859-\u085B\u08E4-\u0903\u093A-\u093C\u093E-\u094F\u0951-\u0957\u0962\u0963\u0966-\u096F\u0981-\u0983\u09BC\u09BE-\u09C4\u09C7\u09C8\u09CB-\u09CD\u09D7\u09E2\u09E3\u09E6-\u09EF\u0A01-\u0A03\u0A3C\u0A3E-\u0A42\u0A47\u0A48\u0A4B-\u0A4D\u0A51\u0A66-\u0A71\u0A75\u0A81-\u0A83\u0ABC\u0ABE-\u0AC5\u0AC7-\u0AC9\u0ACB-\u0ACD\u0AE2\u0AE3\u0AE6-\u0AEF\u0B01-\u0B03\u0B3C\u0B3E-\u0B44\u0B47\u0B48\u0B4B-\u0B4D\u0B56\u0B57\u0B62\u0B63\u0B66-\u0B6F\u0B82\u0BBE-\u0BC2\u0BC6-\u0BC8\u0BCA-\u0BCD\u0BD7\u0BE6-\u0BEF\u0C00-\u0C03\u0C3E-\u0C44\u0C46-\u0C48\u0C4A-\u0C4D\u0C55\u0C56\u0C62\u0C63\u0C66-\u0C6F\u0C81-\u0C83\u0CBC\u0CBE-\u0CC4\u0CC6-\u0CC8\u0CCA-\u0CCD\u0CD5\u0CD6\u0CE2\u0CE3\u0CE6-\u0CEF\u0D01-\u0D03\u0D3E-\u0D44\u0D46-\u0D48\u0D4A-\u0D4D\u0D57\u0D62\u0D63\u0D66-\u0D6F\u0D82\u0D83\u0DCA\u0DCF-\u0DD4\u0DD6\u0DD8-\u0DDF\u0DE6-\u0DEF\u0DF2\u0DF3\u0E31\u0E34-\u0E3A\u0E47-\u0E4E\u0E50-\u0E59\u0EB1\u0EB4-\u0EB9\u0EBB\u0EBC\u0EC8-\u0ECD\u0ED0-\u0ED9\u0F18\u0F19\u0F20-\u0F29\u0F35\u0F37\u0F39\u0F3E\u0F3F\u0F71-\u0F84\u0F86\u0F87\u0F8D-\u0F97\u0F99-\u0FBC\u0FC6\u102B-\u103E\u1040-\u1049\u1056-\u1059\u105E-\u1060\u1062-\u1064\u1067-\u106D\u1071-\u1074\u1082-\u108D\u108F-\u109D\u135D-\u135F\u1712-\u1714\u1732-\u1734\u1752\u1753\u1772\u1773\u17B4-\u17D3\u17DD\u17E0-\u17E9\u180B-\u180D\u1810-\u1819\u18A9\u1920-\u192B\u1930-\u193B\u1946-\u194F\u19B0-\u19C0\u19C8\u19C9\u19D0-\u19D9\u1A17-\u1A1B\u1A55-\u1A5E\u1A60-\u1A7C\u1A7F-\u1A89\u1A90-\u1A99\u1AB0-\u1ABD\u1B00-\u1B04\u1B34-\u1B44\u1B50-\u1B59\u1B6B-\u1B73\u1B80-\u1B82\u1BA1-\u1BAD\u1BB0-\u1BB9\u1BE6-\u1BF3\u1C24-\u1C37\u1C40-\u1C49\u1C50-\u1C59\u1CD0-\u1CD2\u1CD4-\u1CE8\u1CED\u1CF2-\u1CF4\u1CF8\u1CF9\u1DC0-\u1DF5\u1DFC-\u1DFF\u200C\u200D\u203F\u2040\u2054\u20D0-\u20DC\u20E1\u20E5-\u20F0\u2CEF-\u2CF1\u2D7F\u2DE0-\u2DFF\u302A-\u302F\u3099\u309A\uA620-\uA629\uA66F\uA674-\uA67D\uA69F\uA6F0\uA6F1\uA802\uA806\uA80B\uA823-\uA827\uA880\uA881\uA8B4-\uA8C4\uA8D0-\uA8D9\uA8E0-\uA8F1\uA900-\uA909\uA926-\uA92D\uA947-\uA953\uA980-\uA983\uA9B3-\uA9C0\uA9D0-\uA9D9\uA9E5\uA9F0-\uA9F9\uAA29-\uAA36\uAA43\uAA4C\uAA4D\uAA50-\uAA59\uAA7B-\uAA7D\uAAB0\uAAB2-\uAAB4\uAAB7\uAAB8\uAABE\uAABF\uAAC1\uAAEB-\uAAEF\uAAF5\uAAF6\uABE3-\uABEA\uABEC\uABED\uABF0-\uABF9\uFB1E\uFE00-\uFE0F\uFE20-\uFE2D\uFE33\uFE34\uFE4D-\uFE4F\uFF10-\uFF19\uFF3F";
+  var nonASCIIidentifierStart = new RegExp("[" + nonASCIIidentifierStartChars + "]");
+  var nonASCIIidentifier = new RegExp("[" + nonASCIIidentifierStartChars + nonASCIIidentifierChars + "]");
+
+  // Whether a single character denotes a newline.
+
+  var newline = /[\n\r\u2028\u2029]/;
+
+  function isNewLine(code) {
+    return code === 10 || code === 13 || code === 0x2028 || code == 0x2029;
+  }
+
+  // Matches a whole line break (where CRLF is considered a single
+  // line break). Used to count lines.
+
+  var lineBreak = /\r\n|[\n\r\u2028\u2029]/g;
+
+  // Test whether a given character code starts an identifier.
+
+  var isIdentifierStart = exports.isIdentifierStart = function(code) {
+    if (code < 65) return code === 36;
+    if (code < 91) return true;
+    if (code < 97) return code === 95;
+    if (code < 123)return true;
+    return code >= 0xaa && nonASCIIidentifierStart.test(String.fromCharCode(code));
+  };
+
+  // Test whether a given character is part of an identifier.
+
+  var isIdentifierChar = exports.isIdentifierChar = function(code) {
+    if (code < 48) return code === 36;
+    if (code < 58) return true;
+    if (code < 65) return false;
+    if (code < 91) return true;
+    if (code < 97) return code === 95;
+    if (code < 123)return true;
+    return code >= 0xaa && nonASCIIidentifier.test(String.fromCharCode(code));
+  };
+
+  // ## Tokenizer
+
+  // These are used when `options.locations` is on, for the
+  // `tokStartLoc` and `tokEndLoc` properties.
+
+  function Position(line, col) {
+    this.line = line;
+    this.column = col;
+  }
+
+  Position.prototype.offset = function(n) {
+    return new Position(this.line, this.column + n);
+  };
+
+  function curPosition() {
+    return new Position(tokCurLine, tokPos - tokLineStart);
+  }
+
+  // Reset the token state. Used at the start of a parse.
+
+  function initTokenState(pos) {
+    if (pos) {
+      tokPos = pos;
+      tokLineStart = Math.max(0, input.lastIndexOf("\n", pos));
+      tokCurLine = input.slice(0, tokLineStart).split(newline).length;
+    } else {
+      tokCurLine = 1;
+      tokPos = tokLineStart = 0;
+    }
+    tokType = _eof;
+    tokContext = [];
+    tokExprAllowed = true;
+    metParenL = 0;
+    templates = [];
+    if (tokPos === 0 && options.allowHashBang && input.slice(0, 2) === '#!') {
+      skipLineComment(2);
+    }
+  }
+
+  // The algorithm used to determine whether a regexp can appear at a
+  // given point in the program is loosely based on sweet.js' approach.
+  // See https://github.com/mozilla/sweet.js/wiki/design
+
+  var b_stat = {token: "{", isExpr: false}, b_expr = {token: "{", isExpr: true};
+  var p_stat = {token: "(", isExpr: false}, p_expr = {token: "(", isExpr: true};
+
+  function braceIsBlock(prevType) {
+    var parent;
+    if (prevType === _colon && (parent = tokContext[tokContext.length - 1]).token == "{")
+      return !parent.isExpr;
+    if (prevType === _return)
+      return newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokStart));
+    if (prevType === _else || prevType === _semi || prevType === _eof)
+      return true;
+    if (prevType == _braceL)
+      return tokContext[tokContext.length - 1] === b_stat;
+    return !tokExprAllowed;
+  }
+
+  // Called at the end of every token. Sets `tokEnd`, `tokVal`, and
+  // maintains `tokContext` and `tokExprAllowed`, and skips the space
+  // after the token, so that the next one's `tokStart` will point at
+  // the right position.
+
+  function finishToken(type, val, shouldSkipSpace) {
+    tokEnd = tokPos;
+    if (options.locations) tokEndLoc = curPosition();
+    var prevType = tokType;
+    tokType = type;
+    if (shouldSkipSpace !== false) skipSpace();
+    tokVal = val;
+
+    // Update context info
+    if (type === _parenR || type === _braceR) {
+      var out = tokContext.pop();
+      tokExprAllowed = !(out && out.isExpr);
+    } else if (type === _braceL) {
+      tokContext.push(braceIsBlock(prevType) ? b_stat : b_expr);
+      tokExprAllowed = true;
+    } else if (type == _parenL) {
+      var statementParens = prevType === _if || prevType === _for || prevType === _with || prevType === _while;
+      tokContext.push(statementParens ? p_stat : p_expr);
+      tokExprAllowed = true;
+    } else if (type == _incDec) {
+      // tokExprAllowed stays unchanged
+    } else if (type.keyword && prevType == _dot) {
+      tokExprAllowed = false;
+    } else if (tokExprAllowed && type == _function) {
+      tokExprAllowed = null;
+    } else {
+      tokExprAllowed = type.beforeExpr;
+    }
+  }
+
+  function skipBlockComment() {
+    var startLoc = options.onComment && options.locations && curPosition();
+    var start = tokPos, end = input.indexOf("*/", tokPos += 2);
+    if (end === -1) raise(tokPos - 2, "Unterminated comment");
+    tokPos = end + 2;
+    if (options.locations) {
+      lineBreak.lastIndex = start;
+      var match;
+      while ((match = lineBreak.exec(input)) && match.index < tokPos) {
+        ++tokCurLine;
+        tokLineStart = match.index + match[0].length;
+      }
+    }
+    if (options.onComment)
+      options.onComment(true, input.slice(start + 2, end), start, tokPos,
+                        startLoc, options.locations && curPosition());
+  }
+
+  function skipLineComment(startSkip) {
+    var start = tokPos;
+    var startLoc = options.onComment && options.locations && curPosition();
+    var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos+=startSkip);
+    while (tokPos < inputLen && ch !== 10 && ch !== 13 && ch !== 8232 && ch !== 8233) {
+      ++tokPos;
+      ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+    }
+    if (options.onComment)
+      options.onComment(false, input.slice(start + startSkip, tokPos), start, tokPos,
+                        startLoc, options.locations && curPosition());
+  }
+
+  // Called at the start of the parse and after every token. Skips
+  // whitespace and comments, and.
+
+  function skipSpace() {
+    while (tokPos < inputLen) {
+      var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+      if (ch === 32) { // ' '
+        ++tokPos;
+      } else if (ch === 13) {
+        ++tokPos;
+        var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+        if (next === 10) {
+          ++tokPos;
+        }
+        if (options.locations) {
+          ++tokCurLine;
+          tokLineStart = tokPos;
+        }
+      } else if (ch === 10 || ch === 8232 || ch === 8233) {
+        ++tokPos;
+        if (options.locations) {
+          ++tokCurLine;
+          tokLineStart = tokPos;
+        }
+      } else if (ch > 8 && ch < 14) {
+        ++tokPos;
+      } else if (ch === 47) { // '/'
+        var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+        if (next === 42) { // '*'
+          skipBlockComment();
+        } else if (next === 47) { // '/'
+          skipLineComment(2);
+        } else break;
+      } else if (ch === 160) { // '\xa0'
+        ++tokPos;
+      } else if (ch >= 5760 && nonASCIIwhitespace.test(String.fromCharCode(ch))) {
+        ++tokPos;
+      } else {
+        break;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  // ### Token reading
+
+  // This is the function that is called to fetch the next token. It
+  // is somewhat obscure, because it works in character codes rather
+  // than characters, and because operator parsing has been inlined
+  // into it.
+  //
+  // All in the name of speed.
+  //
+  function readToken_dot() {
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (next >= 48 && next <= 57) return readNumber(true);
+    var next2 = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2);
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && next === 46 && next2 === 46) { // 46 = dot '.'
+      tokPos += 3;
+      return finishToken(_ellipsis);
+    } else {
+      ++tokPos;
+      return finishToken(_dot);
+    }
+  }
+
+  function readToken_slash() { // '/'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (tokExprAllowed) {++tokPos; return readRegexp();}
+    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
+    return finishOp(_slash, 1);
+  }
+
+  function readToken_mult_modulo(code) { // '%*'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
+    return finishOp(code === 42 ? _star : _modulo, 1);
+  }
+
+  function readToken_pipe_amp(code) { // '|&'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (next === code) return finishOp(code === 124 ? _logicalOR : _logicalAND, 2);
+    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
+    return finishOp(code === 124 ? _bitwiseOR : _bitwiseAND, 1);
+  }
+
+  function readToken_caret() { // '^'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
+    return finishOp(_bitwiseXOR, 1);
+  }
+
+  function readToken_plus_min(code) { // '+-'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (next === code) {
+      if (next == 45 && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) == 62 &&
+          newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokPos))) {
+        // A `-->` line comment
+        skipLineComment(3);
+        skipSpace();
+        return readToken();
+      }
+      return finishOp(_incDec, 2);
+    }
+    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_assign, 2);
+    return finishOp(_plusMin, 1);
+  }
+
+  function readToken_lt_gt(code) { // '<>'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    var size = 1;
+    if (next === code) {
+      size = code === 62 && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) === 62 ? 3 : 2;
+      if (input.charCodeAt(tokPos + size) === 61) return finishOp(_assign, size + 1);
+      return finishOp(_bitShift, size);
+    }
+    if (next == 33 && code == 60 && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) == 45 &&
+        input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 3) == 45) {
+      // `<!--`, an XML-style comment that should be interpreted as a line comment
+      skipLineComment(4);
+      skipSpace();
+      return readToken();
+    }
+    if (next === 61)
+      size = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) === 61 ? 3 : 2;
+    return finishOp(_relational, size);
+  }
+
+  function readToken_eq_excl(code) { // '=!', '=>'
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+    if (next === 61) return finishOp(_equality, input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 2) === 61 ? 3 : 2);
+    if (code === 61 && next === 62 && options.ecmaVersion >= 6) { // '=>'
+      tokPos += 2;
+      return finishToken(_arrow);
+    }
+    return finishOp(code === 61 ? _eq : _prefix, 1);
+  }
+
+  function getTokenFromCode(code) {
+    switch (code) {
+    // The interpretation of a dot depends on whether it is followed
+    // by a digit or another two dots.
+    case 46: // '.'
+      return readToken_dot();
+
+    // Punctuation tokens.
+    case 40: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_parenL);
+    case 41: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_parenR);
+    case 59: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_semi);
+    case 44: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_comma);
+    case 91: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_bracketL);
+    case 93: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_bracketR);
+    case 123:
+      ++tokPos;
+      if (templates.length) ++templates[templates.length - 1];
+      return finishToken(_braceL);
+    case 125:
+      ++tokPos;
+      if (templates.length && --templates[templates.length - 1] === 0)
+        return readTemplateString(_templateContinued);
+      else
+        return finishToken(_braceR);
+    case 58: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_colon);
+    case 63: ++tokPos; return finishToken(_question);
+
+    case 96: // '`'
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+        ++tokPos;
+        return readTemplateString(_template);
+      }
+
+    case 48: // '0'
+      var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1);
+      if (next === 120 || next === 88) return readRadixNumber(16); // '0x', '0X' - hex number
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+        if (next === 111 || next === 79) return readRadixNumber(8); // '0o', '0O' - octal number
+        if (next === 98 || next === 66) return readRadixNumber(2); // '0b', '0B' - binary number
+      }
+    // Anything else beginning with a digit is an integer, octal
+    // number, or float.
+    case 49: case 50: case 51: case 52: case 53: case 54: case 55: case 56: case 57: // 1-9
+      return readNumber(false);
+
+    // Quotes produce strings.
+    case 34: case 39: // '"', "'"
+      return readString(code);
+
+    // Operators are parsed inline in tiny state machines. '=' (61) is
+    // often referred to. `finishOp` simply skips the amount of
+    // characters it is given as second argument, and returns a token
+    // of the type given by its first argument.
+
+    case 47: // '/'
+      return readToken_slash();
+
+    case 37: case 42: // '%*'
+      return readToken_mult_modulo(code);
+
+    case 124: case 38: // '|&'
+      return readToken_pipe_amp(code);
+
+    case 94: // '^'
+      return readToken_caret();
+
+    case 43: case 45: // '+-'
+      return readToken_plus_min(code);
+
+    case 60: case 62: // '<>'
+      return readToken_lt_gt(code);
+
+    case 61: case 33: // '=!'
+      return readToken_eq_excl(code);
+
+    case 126: // '~'
+      return finishOp(_prefix, 1);
+    }
+
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  function readToken() {
+    tokStart = tokPos;
+    if (options.locations) tokStartLoc = curPosition();
+    if (tokPos >= inputLen) return finishToken(_eof);
+
+    var code = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+
+    // Identifier or keyword. '\uXXXX' sequences are allowed in
+    // identifiers, so '\' also dispatches to that.
+    if (isIdentifierStart(code) || code === 92 /* '\' */) return readWord();
+
+    var tok = getTokenFromCode(code);
+
+    if (tok === false) {
+      // If we are here, we either found a non-ASCII identifier
+      // character, or something that's entirely disallowed.
+      var ch = String.fromCharCode(code);
+      if (ch === "\\" || nonASCIIidentifierStart.test(ch)) return readWord();
+      raise(tokPos, "Unexpected character '" + ch + "'");
+    }
+    return tok;
+  }
+
+  function finishOp(type, size) {
+    var str = input.slice(tokPos, tokPos + size);
+    tokPos += size;
+    finishToken(type, str);
+  }
+
+  var regexpUnicodeSupport = false;
+  try { new RegExp("\uffff", "u"); regexpUnicodeSupport = true; }
+  catch(e) {}
+
+  // Parse a regular expression. Some context-awareness is necessary,
+  // since a '/' inside a '[]' set does not end the expression.
+
+  function readRegexp() {
+    var content = "", escaped, inClass, start = tokPos;
+    for (;;) {
+      if (tokPos >= inputLen) raise(start, "Unterminated regular expression");
+      var ch = input.charAt(tokPos);
+      if (newline.test(ch)) raise(start, "Unterminated regular expression");
+      if (!escaped) {
+        if (ch === "[") inClass = true;
+        else if (ch === "]" && inClass) inClass = false;
+        else if (ch === "/" && !inClass) break;
+        escaped = ch === "\\";
+      } else escaped = false;
+      ++tokPos;
+    }
+    var content = input.slice(start, tokPos);
+    ++tokPos;
+    // Need to use `readWord1` because '\uXXXX' sequences are allowed
+    // here (don't ask).
+    var mods = readWord1();
+    var tmp = content;
+    if (mods) {
+      var validFlags = /^[gmsiy]*$/;
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) validFlags = /^[gmsiyu]*$/;
+      if (!validFlags.test(mods)) raise(start, "Invalid regular expression flag");
+      if (mods.indexOf('u') >= 0 && !regexpUnicodeSupport) {
+        // Replace each astral symbol and every Unicode code point
+        // escape sequence that represents such a symbol with a single
+        // ASCII symbol to avoid throwing on regular expressions that
+        // are only valid in combination with the `/u` flag.
+        tmp = tmp
+          .replace(/\\u\{([0-9a-fA-F]{5,6})\}/g, "x")
+          .replace(/[\uD800-\uDBFF][\uDC00-\uDFFF]/g, "x");
+      }
+    }
+    // Detect invalid regular expressions.
+    try {
+      new RegExp(tmp);
+    } catch (e) {
+      if (e instanceof SyntaxError) raise(start, "Error parsing regular expression: " + e.message);
+      raise(e);
+    }
+    // Get a regular expression object for this pattern-flag pair, or `null` in
+    // case the current environment doesn't support the flags it uses.
+    try {
+      var value = new RegExp(content, mods);
+    } catch (err) {
+      value = null;
+    }
+    return finishToken(_regexp, {pattern: content, flags: mods, value: value});
+  }
+
+  // Read an integer in the given radix. Return null if zero digits
+  // were read, the integer value otherwise. When `len` is given, this
+  // will return `null` unless the integer has exactly `len` digits.
+
+  function readInt(radix, len) {
+    var start = tokPos, total = 0;
+    for (var i = 0, e = len == null ? Infinity : len; i < e; ++i) {
+      var code = input.charCodeAt(tokPos), val;
+      if (code >= 97) val = code - 97 + 10; // a
+      else if (code >= 65) val = code - 65 + 10; // A
+      else if (code >= 48 && code <= 57) val = code - 48; // 0-9
+      else val = Infinity;
+      if (val >= radix) break;
+      ++tokPos;
+      total = total * radix + val;
+    }
+    if (tokPos === start || len != null && tokPos - start !== len) return null;
+
+    return total;
+  }
+
+  function readRadixNumber(radix) {
+    tokPos += 2; // 0x
+    var val = readInt(radix);
+    if (val == null) raise(tokStart + 2, "Expected number in radix " + radix);
+    if (isIdentifierStart(input.charCodeAt(tokPos))) raise(tokPos, "Identifier directly after number");
+    return finishToken(_num, val);
+  }
+
+  // Read an integer, octal integer, or floating-point number.
+
+  function readNumber(startsWithDot) {
+    var start = tokPos, isFloat = false, octal = input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 48;
+    if (!startsWithDot && readInt(10) === null) raise(start, "Invalid number");
+    if (input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 46) {
+      ++tokPos;
+      readInt(10);
+      isFloat = true;
+    }
+    var next = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+    if (next === 69 || next === 101) { // 'eE'
+      next = input.charCodeAt(++tokPos);
+      if (next === 43 || next === 45) ++tokPos; // '+-'
+      if (readInt(10) === null) raise(start, "Invalid number");
+      isFloat = true;
+    }
+    if (isIdentifierStart(input.charCodeAt(tokPos))) raise(tokPos, "Identifier directly after number");
+
+    var str = input.slice(start, tokPos), val;
+    if (isFloat) val = parseFloat(str);
+    else if (!octal || str.length === 1) val = parseInt(str, 10);
+    else if (/[89]/.test(str) || strict) raise(start, "Invalid number");
+    else val = parseInt(str, 8);
+    return finishToken(_num, val);
+  }
+
+  // Read a string value, interpreting backslash-escapes.
+
+  function readCodePoint() {
+    var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos), code;
+
+    if (ch === 123) {
+      if (options.ecmaVersion < 6) unexpected();
+      ++tokPos;
+      code = readHexChar(input.indexOf('}', tokPos) - tokPos);
+      ++tokPos;
+      if (code > 0x10FFFF) unexpected();
+    } else {
+      code = readHexChar(4);
+    }
+
+    // UTF-16 Encoding
+    if (code <= 0xFFFF) {
+      return String.fromCharCode(code);
+    }
+    var cu1 = ((code - 0x10000) >> 10) + 0xD800;
+    var cu2 = ((code - 0x10000) & 1023) + 0xDC00;
+    return String.fromCharCode(cu1, cu2);
+  }
+
+  function readString(quote) {
+    ++tokPos;
+    var out = "";
+    for (;;) {
+      if (tokPos >= inputLen) raise(tokStart, "Unterminated string constant");
+      var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+      if (ch === quote) {
+        ++tokPos;
+        return finishToken(_string, out);
+      }
+      if (ch === 92) { // '\'
+        out += readEscapedChar();
+      } else {
+        ++tokPos;
+        if (isNewLine(ch)) {
+          raise(tokStart, "Unterminated string constant");
+        }
+        out += String.fromCharCode(ch); // '\'
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  function readTemplateString(type) {
+    if (type == _templateContinued) templates.pop();
+    var out = "", start = tokPos;;
+    for (;;) {
+      if (tokPos >= inputLen) raise(tokStart, "Unterminated template");
+      var ch = input.charAt(tokPos);
+      if (ch === "`" || ch === "$" && input.charCodeAt(tokPos + 1) === 123) { // '`', '${'
+        var raw = input.slice(start, tokPos);
+        ++tokPos;
+        if (ch == "$") { ++tokPos; templates.push(1); }
+        return finishToken(type, {cooked: out, raw: raw});
+      }
+
+      if (ch === "\\") { // '\'
+        out += readEscapedChar();
+      } else {
+        ++tokPos;
+        if (newline.test(ch)) {
+          if (ch === "\r" && input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 10) {
+            ++tokPos;
+            ch = "\n";
+          }
+          if (options.locations) {
+            ++tokCurLine;
+            tokLineStart = tokPos;
+          }
+        }
+        out += ch;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Used to read escaped characters
+
+  function readEscapedChar() {
+    var ch = input.charCodeAt(++tokPos);
+    var octal = /^[0-7]+/.exec(input.slice(tokPos, tokPos + 3));
+    if (octal) octal = octal[0];
+    while (octal && parseInt(octal, 8) > 255) octal = octal.slice(0, -1);
+    if (octal === "0") octal = null;
+    ++tokPos;
+    if (octal) {
+      if (strict) raise(tokPos - 2, "Octal literal in strict mode");
+      tokPos += octal.length - 1;
+      return String.fromCharCode(parseInt(octal, 8));
+    } else {
+      switch (ch) {
+        case 110: return "\n"; // 'n' -> '\n'
+        case 114: return "\r"; // 'r' -> '\r'
+        case 120: return String.fromCharCode(readHexChar(2)); // 'x'
+        case 117: return readCodePoint(); // 'u'
+        case 116: return "\t"; // 't' -> '\t'
+        case 98: return "\b"; // 'b' -> '\b'
+        case 118: return "\u000b"; // 'v' -> '\u000b'
+        case 102: return "\f"; // 'f' -> '\f'
+        case 48: return "\0"; // 0 -> '\0'
+        case 13: if (input.charCodeAt(tokPos) === 10) ++tokPos; // '\r\n'
+        case 10: // ' \n'
+          if (options.locations) { tokLineStart = tokPos; ++tokCurLine; }
+          return "";
+        default: return String.fromCharCode(ch);
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Used to read character escape sequences ('\x', '\u', '\U').
+
+  function readHexChar(len) {
+    var n = readInt(16, len);
+    if (n === null) raise(tokStart, "Bad character escape sequence");
+    return n;
+  }
+
+  // Used to signal to callers of `readWord1` whether the word
+  // contained any escape sequences. This is needed because words with
+  // escape sequences must not be interpreted as keywords.
+
+  var containsEsc;
+
+  // Read an identifier, and return it as a string. Sets `containsEsc`
+  // to whether the word contained a '\u' escape.
+  //
+  // Only builds up the word character-by-character when it actually
+  // containeds an escape, as a micro-optimization.
+
+  function readWord1() {
+    containsEsc = false;
+    var word, first = true, start = tokPos;
+    for (;;) {
+      var ch = input.charCodeAt(tokPos);
+      if (isIdentifierChar(ch)) {
+        if (containsEsc) word += input.charAt(tokPos);
+        ++tokPos;
+      } else if (ch === 92) { // "\"
+        if (!containsEsc) word = input.slice(start, tokPos);
+        containsEsc = true;
+        if (input.charCodeAt(++tokPos) != 117) // "u"
+          raise(tokPos, "Expecting Unicode escape sequence \\uXXXX");
+        ++tokPos;
+        var esc = readHexChar(4);
+        var escStr = String.fromCharCode(esc);
+        if (!escStr) raise(tokPos - 1, "Invalid Unicode escape");
+        if (!(first ? isIdentifierStart(esc) : isIdentifierChar(esc)))
+          raise(tokPos - 4, "Invalid Unicode escape");
+        word += escStr;
+      } else {
+        break;
+      }
+      first = false;
+    }
+    return containsEsc ? word : input.slice(start, tokPos);
+  }
+
+  // Read an identifier or keyword token. Will check for reserved
+  // words when necessary.
+
+  function readWord() {
+    var word = readWord1();
+    var type = _name;
+    if (!containsEsc && isKeyword(word))
+      type = keywordTypes[word];
+    return finishToken(type, word);
+  }
+
+  // ## Parser
+
+  // A recursive descent parser operates by defining functions for all
+  // syntactic elements, and recursively calling those, each function
+  // advancing the input stream and returning an AST node. Precedence
+  // of constructs (for example, the fact that `!x[1]` means `!(x[1])`
+  // instead of `(!x)[1]` is handled by the fact that the parser
+  // function that parses unary prefix operators is called first, and
+  // in turn calls the function that parses `[]` subscripts — that
+  // way, it'll receive the node for `x[1]` already parsed, and wraps
+  // *that* in the unary operator node.
+  //
+  // Acorn uses an [operator precedence parser][opp] to handle binary
+  // operator precedence, because it is much more compact than using
+  // the technique outlined above, which uses different, nesting
+  // functions to specify precedence, for all of the ten binary
+  // precedence levels that JavaScript defines.
+  //
+  // [opp]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operator-precedence_parser
+
+  // ### Parser utilities
+
+  // Continue to the next token.
+
+  function next() {
+    if (options.onToken)
+      options.onToken(new Token());
+
+    lastStart = tokStart;
+    lastEnd = tokEnd;
+    lastEndLoc = tokEndLoc;
+    readToken();
+  }
+
+  // Enter strict mode. Re-reads the next token to please pedantic
+  // tests ("use strict"; 010; -- should fail).
+
+  function setStrict(strct) {
+    strict = strct;
+    tokPos = tokStart;
+    if (options.locations) {
+      while (tokPos < tokLineStart) {
+        tokLineStart = input.lastIndexOf("\n", tokLineStart - 2) + 1;
+        --tokCurLine;
+      }
+    }
+    skipSpace();
+    readToken();
+  }
+
+  // Start an AST node, attaching a start offset.
+
+  function Node() {
+    this.type = null;
+    this.start = tokStart;
+    this.end = null;
+  }
+
+  exports.Node = Node;
+
+  function SourceLocation() {
+    this.start = tokStartLoc;
+    this.end = null;
+    if (sourceFile !== null) this.source = sourceFile;
+  }
+
+  function startNode() {
+    var node = new Node();
+    if (options.locations)
+      node.loc = new SourceLocation();
+    if (options.directSourceFile)
+      node.sourceFile = options.directSourceFile;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range = [tokStart, 0];
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  // Sometimes, a node is only started *after* the token stream passed
+  // its start position. The functions below help storing a position
+  // and creating a node from a previous position.
+
+  function storeCurrentPos() {
+    return options.locations ? [tokStart, tokStartLoc] : tokStart;
+  }
+
+  function startNodeAt(pos) {
+    var node = new Node(), start = pos;
+    if (options.locations) {
+      node.loc = new SourceLocation();
+      node.loc.start = start[1];
+      start = pos[0];
+    }
+    node.start = start;
+    if (options.directSourceFile)
+      node.sourceFile = options.directSourceFile;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range = [start, 0];
+
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  // Finish an AST node, adding `type` and `end` properties.
+
+  function finishNode(node, type) {
+    node.type = type;
+    node.end = lastEnd;
+    if (options.locations)
+      node.loc.end = lastEndLoc;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range[1] = lastEnd;
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  function finishNodeAt(node, type, pos) {
+    if (options.locations) { node.loc.end = pos[1]; pos = pos[0]; }
+    node.type = type;
+    node.end = pos;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range[1] = pos;
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  // Test whether a statement node is the string literal `"use strict"`.
+
+  function isUseStrict(stmt) {
+    return options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && stmt.type === "ExpressionStatement" &&
+      stmt.expression.type === "Literal" && stmt.expression.value === "use strict";
+  }
+
+  // Predicate that tests whether the next token is of the given
+  // type, and if yes, consumes it as a side effect.
+
+  function eat(type) {
+    if (tokType === type) {
+      next();
+      return true;
+    } else {
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Test whether a semicolon can be inserted at the current position.
+
+  function canInsertSemicolon() {
+    return !options.strictSemicolons &&
+      (tokType === _eof || tokType === _braceR || newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokStart)));
+  }
+
+  // Consume a semicolon, or, failing that, see if we are allowed to
+  // pretend that there is a semicolon at this position.
+
+  function semicolon() {
+    if (!eat(_semi) && !canInsertSemicolon()) unexpected();
+  }
+
+  // Expect a token of a given type. If found, consume it, otherwise,
+  // raise an unexpected token error.
+
+  function expect(type) {
+    eat(type) || unexpected();
+  }
+
+  // Raise an unexpected token error.
+
+  function unexpected(pos) {
+    raise(pos != null ? pos : tokStart, "Unexpected token");
+  }
+
+  // Checks if hash object has a property.
+
+  function has(obj, propName) {
+    return Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(obj, propName);
+  }
+  // Convert existing expression atom to assignable pattern
+  // if possible.
+
+  function toAssignable(node, allowSpread, checkType) {
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && node) {
+      switch (node.type) {
+        case "Identifier":
+        case "MemberExpression":
+          break;
+
+        case "ObjectExpression":
+          node.type = "ObjectPattern";
+          for (var i = 0; i < node.properties.length; i++) {
+            var prop = node.properties[i];
+            if (prop.kind !== "init") unexpected(prop.key.start);
+            toAssignable(prop.value, false, checkType);
+          }
+          break;
+
+        case "ArrayExpression":
+          node.type = "ArrayPattern";
+          for (var i = 0, lastI = node.elements.length - 1; i <= lastI; i++) {
+            toAssignable(node.elements[i], i === lastI, checkType);
+          }
+          break;
+
+        case "SpreadElement":
+          if (allowSpread) {
+            toAssignable(node.argument, false, checkType);
+            checkSpreadAssign(node.argument);
+          } else {
+            unexpected(node.start);
+          }
+          break;
+
+        case "AssignmentExpression":
+          if (node.operator === "=") {
+            node.type = "AssignmentPattern";
+          } else {
+            unexpected(node.left.end);
+          }
+          break;
+
+        default:
+          if (checkType) unexpected(node.start);
+      }
+    }
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  // Checks if node can be assignable spread argument.
+
+  function checkSpreadAssign(node) {
+    if (node.type !== "Identifier" && node.type !== "ArrayPattern")
+      unexpected(node.start);
+  }
+
+  // Verify that argument names are not repeated, and it does not
+  // try to bind the words `eval` or `arguments`.
+
+  function checkFunctionParam(param, nameHash) {
+    switch (param.type) {
+      case "Identifier":
+        if (isStrictReservedWord(param.name) || isStrictBadIdWord(param.name))
+          raise(param.start, "Defining '" + param.name + "' in strict mode");
+        if (has(nameHash, param.name))
+          raise(param.start, "Argument name clash in strict mode");
+        nameHash[param.name] = true;
+        break;
+
+      case "ObjectPattern":
+        for (var i = 0; i < param.properties.length; i++)
+          checkFunctionParam(param.properties[i].value, nameHash);
+        break;
+
+      case "ArrayPattern":
+        for (var i = 0; i < param.elements.length; i++) {
+          var elem = param.elements[i];
+          if (elem) checkFunctionParam(elem, nameHash);
+        }
+        break;
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Check if property name clashes with already added.
+  // Object/class getters and setters are not allowed to clash —
+  // either with each other or with an init property — and in
+  // strict mode, init properties are also not allowed to be repeated.
+
+  function checkPropClash(prop, propHash) {
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) return;
+    var key = prop.key, name;
+    switch (key.type) {
+      case "Identifier": name = key.name; break;
+      case "Literal": name = String(key.value); break;
+      default: return;
+    }
+    var kind = prop.kind || "init", other;
+    if (has(propHash, name)) {
+      other = propHash[name];
+      var isGetSet = kind !== "init";
+      if ((strict || isGetSet) && other[kind] || !(isGetSet ^ other.init))
+        raise(key.start, "Redefinition of property");
+    } else {
+      other = propHash[name] = {
+        init: false,
+        get: false,
+        set: false
+      };
+    }
+    other[kind] = true;
+  }
+
+  // Verify that a node is an lval — something that can be assigned
+  // to.
+
+  function checkLVal(expr, isBinding) {
+    switch (expr.type) {
+      case "Identifier":
+        if (strict && (isStrictBadIdWord(expr.name) || isStrictReservedWord(expr.name)))
+          raise(expr.start, (isBinding ? "Binding " : "Assigning to ") + expr.name + " in strict mode");
+        break;
+
+      case "MemberExpression":
+        if (isBinding) raise(expr.start, "Binding to member expression");
+        break;
+
+      case "ObjectPattern":
+        for (var i = 0; i < expr.properties.length; i++)
+          checkLVal(expr.properties[i].value, isBinding);
+        break;
+
+      case "ArrayPattern":
+        for (var i = 0; i < expr.elements.length; i++) {
+          var elem = expr.elements[i];
+          if (elem) checkLVal(elem, isBinding);
+        }
+        break;
+
+      case "AssignmentPattern":
+      case "SpreadElement":
+        break;
+
+      default:
+        raise(expr.start, "Assigning to rvalue");
+    }
+  }
+
+  // ### Statement parsing
+
+  // Parse a program. Initializes the parser, reads any number of
+  // statements, and wraps them in a Program node.  Optionally takes a
+  // `program` argument.  If present, the statements will be appended
+  // to its body instead of creating a new node.
+
+  function parseTopLevel(node) {
+    var first = true;
+    if (!node.body) node.body = [];
+    while (tokType !== _eof) {
+      var stmt = parseStatement(true);
+      node.body.push(stmt);
+      if (first && isUseStrict(stmt)) setStrict(true);
+      first = false;
+    }
+
+    next();
+    return finishNode(node, "Program");
+  }
+
+  var loopLabel = {kind: "loop"}, switchLabel = {kind: "switch"};
+
+  // Parse a single statement.
+  //
+  // If expecting a statement and finding a slash operator, parse a
+  // regular expression literal. This is to handle cases like
+  // `if (foo) /blah/.exec(foo);`, where looking at the previous token
+  // does not help.
+
+  function parseStatement(topLevel) {
+    var starttype = tokType, node = startNode();
+
+    // Most types of statements are recognized by the keyword they
+    // start with. Many are trivial to parse, some require a bit of
+    // complexity.
+
+    switch (starttype) {
+    case _break: case _continue: return parseBreakContinueStatement(node, starttype.keyword);
+    case _debugger: return parseDebuggerStatement(node);
+    case _do: return parseDoStatement(node);
+    case _for: return parseForStatement(node);
+    case _function: return parseFunctionStatement(node);
+    case _class: return parseClass(node, true);
+    case _if: return parseIfStatement(node);
+    case _return: return parseReturnStatement(node);
+    case _switch: return parseSwitchStatement(node);
+    case _throw: return parseThrowStatement(node);
+    case _try: return parseTryStatement(node);
+    case _var: case _let: case _const: return parseVarStatement(node, starttype.keyword);
+    case _while: return parseWhileStatement(node);
+    case _with: return parseWithStatement(node);
+    case _braceL: return parseBlock(); // no point creating a function for this
+    case _semi: return parseEmptyStatement(node);
+    case _export:
+    case _import:
+      if (!topLevel && !options.allowImportExportEverywhere)
+        raise(tokStart, "'import' and 'export' may only appear at the top level");
+      return starttype === _import ? parseImport(node) : parseExport(node);
+
+      // If the statement does not start with a statement keyword or a
+      // brace, it's an ExpressionStatement or LabeledStatement. We
+      // simply start parsing an expression, and afterwards, if the
+      // next token is a colon and the expression was a simple
+      // Identifier node, we switch to interpreting it as a label.
+    default:
+      var maybeName = tokVal, expr = parseExpression();
+      if (starttype === _name && expr.type === "Identifier" && eat(_colon))
+        return parseLabeledStatement(node, maybeName, expr);
+      else return parseExpressionStatement(node, expr);
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parseBreakContinueStatement(node, keyword) {
+    var isBreak = keyword == "break";
+    next();
+    if (eat(_semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) node.label = null;
+    else if (tokType !== _name) unexpected();
+    else {
+      node.label = parseIdent();
+      semicolon();
+    }
+
+    // Verify that there is an actual destination to break or
+    // continue to.
+    for (var i = 0; i < labels.length; ++i) {
+      var lab = labels[i];
+      if (node.label == null || lab.name === node.label.name) {
+        if (lab.kind != null && (isBreak || lab.kind === "loop")) break;
+        if (node.label && isBreak) break;
+      }
+    }
+    if (i === labels.length) raise(node.start, "Unsyntactic " + keyword);
+    return finishNode(node, isBreak ? "BreakStatement" : "ContinueStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseDebuggerStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "DebuggerStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseDoStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    labels.push(loopLabel);
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    labels.pop();
+    expect(_while);
+    node.test = parseParenExpression();
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6)
+      eat(_semi);
+    else
+      semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "DoWhileStatement");
+  }
+
+  // Disambiguating between a `for` and a `for`/`in` or `for`/`of`
+  // loop is non-trivial. Basically, we have to parse the init `var`
+  // statement or expression, disallowing the `in` operator (see
+  // the second parameter to `parseExpression`), and then check
+  // whether the next token is `in` or `of`. When there is no init
+  // part (semicolon immediately after the opening parenthesis), it
+  // is a regular `for` loop.
+
+  function parseForStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    labels.push(loopLabel);
+    expect(_parenL);
+    if (tokType === _semi) return parseFor(node, null);
+    if (tokType === _var || tokType === _let) {
+      var init = startNode(), varKind = tokType.keyword, isLet = tokType === _let;
+      next();
+      parseVar(init, true, varKind);
+      finishNode(init, "VariableDeclaration");
+      if ((tokType === _in || (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && tokType === _name && tokVal === "of")) && init.declarations.length === 1 &&
+          !(isLet && init.declarations[0].init))
+        return parseForIn(node, init);
+      return parseFor(node, init);
+    }
+    var init = parseExpression(false, true);
+    if (tokType === _in || (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && tokType === _name && tokVal === "of")) {
+      checkLVal(init);
+      return parseForIn(node, init);
+    }
+    return parseFor(node, init);
+  }
+
+  function parseFunctionStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    return parseFunction(node, true);
+  }
+
+  function parseIfStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    node.test = parseParenExpression();
+    node.consequent = parseStatement();
+    node.alternate = eat(_else) ? parseStatement() : null;
+    return finishNode(node, "IfStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseReturnStatement(node) {
+    if (!inFunction && !options.allowReturnOutsideFunction)
+      raise(tokStart, "'return' outside of function");
+    next();
+
+    // In `return` (and `break`/`continue`), the keywords with
+    // optional arguments, we eagerly look for a semicolon or the
+    // possibility to insert one.
+
+    if (eat(_semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) node.argument = null;
+    else { node.argument = parseExpression(); semicolon(); }
+    return finishNode(node, "ReturnStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseSwitchStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    node.discriminant = parseParenExpression();
+    node.cases = [];
+    expect(_braceL);
+    labels.push(switchLabel);
+
+    // Statements under must be grouped (by label) in SwitchCase
+    // nodes. `cur` is used to keep the node that we are currently
+    // adding statements to.
+
+    for (var cur, sawDefault; tokType != _braceR;) {
+      if (tokType === _case || tokType === _default) {
+        var isCase = tokType === _case;
+        if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
+        node.cases.push(cur = startNode());
+        cur.consequent = [];
+        next();
+        if (isCase) cur.test = parseExpression();
+        else {
+          if (sawDefault) raise(lastStart, "Multiple default clauses"); sawDefault = true;
+          cur.test = null;
+        }
+        expect(_colon);
+      } else {
+        if (!cur) unexpected();
+        cur.consequent.push(parseStatement());
+      }
+    }
+    if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
+    next(); // Closing brace
+    labels.pop();
+    return finishNode(node, "SwitchStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseThrowStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    if (newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, tokStart)))
+      raise(lastEnd, "Illegal newline after throw");
+    node.argument = parseExpression();
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "ThrowStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseTryStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    node.block = parseBlock();
+    node.handler = null;
+    if (tokType === _catch) {
+      var clause = startNode();
+      next();
+      expect(_parenL);
+      clause.param = parseIdent();
+      if (strict && isStrictBadIdWord(clause.param.name))
+        raise(clause.param.start, "Binding " + clause.param.name + " in strict mode");
+      expect(_parenR);
+      clause.guard = null;
+      clause.body = parseBlock();
+      node.handler = finishNode(clause, "CatchClause");
+    }
+    node.guardedHandlers = empty;
+    node.finalizer = eat(_finally) ? parseBlock() : null;
+    if (!node.handler && !node.finalizer)
+      raise(node.start, "Missing catch or finally clause");
+    return finishNode(node, "TryStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseVarStatement(node, kind) {
+    next();
+    parseVar(node, false, kind);
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "VariableDeclaration");
+  }
+
+  function parseWhileStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    node.test = parseParenExpression();
+    labels.push(loopLabel);
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    labels.pop();
+    return finishNode(node, "WhileStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseWithStatement(node) {
+    if (strict) raise(tokStart, "'with' in strict mode");
+    next();
+    node.object = parseParenExpression();
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    return finishNode(node, "WithStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseEmptyStatement(node) {
+    next();
+    return finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseLabeledStatement(node, maybeName, expr) {
+    for (var i = 0; i < labels.length; ++i)
+      if (labels[i].name === maybeName) raise(expr.start, "Label '" + maybeName + "' is already declared");
+    var kind = tokType.isLoop ? "loop" : tokType === _switch ? "switch" : null;
+    labels.push({name: maybeName, kind: kind});
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    labels.pop();
+    node.label = expr;
+    return finishNode(node, "LabeledStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseExpressionStatement(node, expr) {
+    node.expression = expr;
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "ExpressionStatement");
+  }
+
+  // Used for constructs like `switch` and `if` that insist on
+  // parentheses around their expression.
+
+  function parseParenExpression() {
+    expect(_parenL);
+    var val = parseExpression();
+    expect(_parenR);
+    return val;
+  }
+
+  // Parse a semicolon-enclosed block of statements, handling `"use
+  // strict"` declarations when `allowStrict` is true (used for
+  // function bodies).
+
+  function parseBlock(allowStrict) {
+    var node = startNode(), first = true, oldStrict;
+    node.body = [];
+    expect(_braceL);
+    while (!eat(_braceR)) {
+      var stmt = parseStatement();
+      node.body.push(stmt);
+      if (first && allowStrict && isUseStrict(stmt)) {
+        oldStrict = strict;
+        setStrict(strict = true);
+      }
+      first = false;
+    }
+    if (oldStrict === false) setStrict(false);
+    return finishNode(node, "BlockStatement");
+  }
+
+  // Parse a regular `for` loop. The disambiguation code in
+  // `parseStatement` will already have parsed the init statement or
+  // expression.
+
+  function parseFor(node, init) {
+    node.init = init;
+    expect(_semi);
+    node.test = tokType === _semi ? null : parseExpression();
+    expect(_semi);
+    node.update = tokType === _parenR ? null : parseExpression();
+    expect(_parenR);
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    labels.pop();
+    return finishNode(node, "ForStatement");
+  }
+
+  // Parse a `for`/`in` and `for`/`of` loop, which are almost
+  // same from parser's perspective.
+
+  function parseForIn(node, init) {
+    var type = tokType === _in ? "ForInStatement" : "ForOfStatement";
+    next();
+    node.left = init;
+    node.right = parseExpression();
+    expect(_parenR);
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    labels.pop();
+    return finishNode(node, type);
+  }
+
+  // Parse a list of variable declarations.
+
+  function parseVar(node, noIn, kind) {
+    node.declarations = [];
+    node.kind = kind;
+    for (;;) {
+      var decl = startNode();
+      decl.id = options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? toAssignable(parseExprAtom()) : parseIdent();
+      checkLVal(decl.id, true);
+      decl.init = eat(_eq) ? parseExpression(true, noIn) : (kind === _const.keyword ? unexpected() : null);
+      node.declarations.push(finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
+      if (!eat(_comma)) break;
+    }
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  // ### Expression parsing
+
+  // These nest, from the most general expression type at the top to
+  // 'atomic', nondivisible expression types at the bottom. Most of
+  // the functions will simply let the function(s) below them parse,
+  // and, *if* the syntactic construct they handle is present, wrap
+  // the AST node that the inner parser gave them in another node.
+
+  // Parse a full expression. The arguments are used to forbid comma
+  // sequences (in argument lists, array literals, or object literals)
+  // or the `in` operator (in for loops initalization expressions).
+
+  function parseExpression(noComma, noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var expr = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
+    if (!noComma && tokType === _comma) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.expressions = [expr];
+      while (eat(_comma)) node.expressions.push(parseMaybeAssign(noIn));
+      return finishNode(node, "SequenceExpression");
+    }
+    return expr;
+  }
+
+  // Parse an assignment expression. This includes applications of
+  // operators like `+=`.
+
+  function parseMaybeAssign(noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var left = parseMaybeConditional(noIn);
+    if (tokType.isAssign) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.operator = tokVal;
+      node.left = tokType === _eq ? toAssignable(left) : left;
+      checkLVal(left);
+      next();
+      node.right = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
+      return finishNode(node, "AssignmentExpression");
+    }
+    return left;
+  }
+
+  // Parse a ternary conditional (`?:`) operator.
+
+  function parseMaybeConditional(noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var expr = parseExprOps(noIn);
+    if (eat(_question)) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.test = expr;
+      node.consequent = parseExpression(true);
+      expect(_colon);
+      node.alternate = parseExpression(true, noIn);
+      return finishNode(node, "ConditionalExpression");
+    }
+    return expr;
+  }
+
+  // Start the precedence parser.
+
+  function parseExprOps(noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    return parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(), start, -1, noIn);
+  }
+
+  // Parse binary operators with the operator precedence parsing
+  // algorithm. `left` is the left-hand side of the operator.
+  // `minPrec` provides context that allows the function to stop and
+  // defer further parser to one of its callers when it encounters an
+  // operator that has a lower precedence than the set it is parsing.
+
+  function parseExprOp(left, leftStart, minPrec, noIn) {
+    var prec = tokType.binop;
+    if (prec != null && (!noIn || tokType !== _in)) {
+      if (prec > minPrec) {
+        var node = startNodeAt(leftStart);
+        node.left = left;
+        node.operator = tokVal;
+        var op = tokType;
+        next();
+        var start = storeCurrentPos();
+        node.right = parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(), start, prec, noIn);
+        finishNode(node, (op === _logicalOR || op === _logicalAND) ? "LogicalExpression" : "BinaryExpression");
+        return parseExprOp(node, leftStart, minPrec, noIn);
+      }
+    }
+    return left;
+  }
+
+  // Parse unary operators, both prefix and postfix.
+
+  function parseMaybeUnary() {
+    if (tokType.prefix) {
+      var node = startNode(), update = tokType.isUpdate, nodeType;
+      if (tokType === _ellipsis) {
+        nodeType = "SpreadElement";
+      } else {
+        nodeType = update ? "UpdateExpression" : "UnaryExpression";
+        node.operator = tokVal;
+        node.prefix = true;
+      }
+      next();
+      node.argument = parseMaybeUnary();
+      if (update) checkLVal(node.argument);
+      else if (strict && node.operator === "delete" &&
+               node.argument.type === "Identifier")
+        raise(node.start, "Deleting local variable in strict mode");
+      return finishNode(node, nodeType);
+    }
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var expr = parseExprSubscripts();
+    while (tokType.postfix && !canInsertSemicolon()) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.operator = tokVal;
+      node.prefix = false;
+      node.argument = expr;
+      checkLVal(expr);
+      next();
+      expr = finishNode(node, "UpdateExpression");
+    }
+    return expr;
+  }
+
+  // Parse call, dot, and `[]`-subscript expressions.
+
+  function parseExprSubscripts() {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    return parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), start);
+  }
+
+  function parseSubscripts(base, start, noCalls) {
+    if (eat(_dot)) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.object = base;
+      node.property = parseIdent(true);
+      node.computed = false;
+      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "MemberExpression"), start, noCalls);
+    } else if (eat(_bracketL)) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.object = base;
+      node.property = parseExpression();
+      node.computed = true;
+      expect(_bracketR);
+      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "MemberExpression"), start, noCalls);
+    } else if (!noCalls && eat(_parenL)) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.callee = base;
+      node.arguments = parseExprList(_parenR, false);
+      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "CallExpression"), start, noCalls);
+    } else if (tokType === _template) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.tag = base;
+      node.quasi = parseTemplate();
+      return parseSubscripts(finishNode(node, "TaggedTemplateExpression"), start, noCalls);
+    } return base;
+  }
+
+  // Parse an atomic expression — either a single token that is an
+  // expression, an expression started by a keyword like `function` or
+  // `new`, or an expression wrapped in punctuation like `()`, `[]`,
+  // or `{}`.
+
+  function parseExprAtom() {
+    switch (tokType) {
+    case _this:
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "ThisExpression");
+
+    case _yield:
+      if (inGenerator) return parseYield();
+
+    case _name:
+      var start = storeCurrentPos();
+      var id = parseIdent(tokType !== _name);
+      if (eat(_arrow)) {
+        return parseArrowExpression(startNodeAt(start), [id]);
+      }
+      return id;
+
+    case _regexp:
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.regex = {pattern: tokVal.pattern, flags: tokVal.flags};
+      node.value = tokVal.value;
+      node.raw = input.slice(tokStart, tokEnd);
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
+
+    case _num: case _string:
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.value = tokVal;
+      node.raw = input.slice(tokStart, tokEnd);
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
+
+    case _null: case _true: case _false:
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.value = tokType.atomValue;
+      node.raw = tokType.keyword;
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
+
+    case _parenL:
+      var start = storeCurrentPos();
+      var val, exprList;
+      next();
+      // check whether this is generator comprehension or regular expression
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 7 && tokType === _for) {
+        val = parseComprehension(startNodeAt(start), true);
+      } else {
+        var oldParenL = ++metParenL;
+        if (tokType !== _parenR) {
+          val = parseExpression();
+          exprList = val.type === "SequenceExpression" ? val.expressions : [val];
+        } else {
+          exprList = [];
+        }
+        expect(_parenR);
+        // if '=>' follows '(...)', convert contents to arguments
+        if (metParenL === oldParenL && eat(_arrow)) {
+          val = parseArrowExpression(startNodeAt(start), exprList);
+        } else {
+          // forbid '()' before everything but '=>'
+          if (!val) unexpected(lastStart);
+          // forbid '...' in sequence expressions
+          if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+            for (var i = 0; i < exprList.length; i++) {
+              if (exprList[i].type === "SpreadElement") unexpected();
+            }
+          }
+
+          if (options.preserveParens) {
+            var par = startNodeAt(start);
+            par.expression = val;
+            val = finishNode(par, "ParenthesizedExpression");
+          }
+        }
+      }
+      return val;
+
+    case _bracketL:
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      // check whether this is array comprehension or regular array
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 7 && tokType === _for) {
+        return parseComprehension(node, false);
+      }
+      node.elements = parseExprList(_bracketR, true, true);
+      return finishNode(node, "ArrayExpression");
+
+    case _braceL:
+      return parseObj();
+
+    case _function:
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      return parseFunction(node, false);
+
+    case _class:
+      return parseClass(startNode(), false);
+
+    case _new:
+      return parseNew();
+
+    case _template:
+      return parseTemplate();
+
+    default:
+      unexpected();
+    }
+  }
+
+  // New's precedence is slightly tricky. It must allow its argument
+  // to be a `[]` or dot subscript expression, but not a call — at
+  // least, not without wrapping it in parentheses. Thus, it uses the
+
+  function parseNew() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    next();
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    node.callee = parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), start, true);
+    if (eat(_parenL)) node.arguments = parseExprList(_parenR, false);
+    else node.arguments = empty;
+    return finishNode(node, "NewExpression");
+  }
+
+  // Parse template expression.
+
+  function parseTemplateElement() {
+    var elem = startNodeAt(options.locations ? [tokStart + 1, tokStartLoc.offset(1)] : tokStart + 1);
+    elem.value = tokVal;
+    elem.tail = input.charCodeAt(tokEnd - 1) !== 123; // '{'
+    next();
+    var endOff = elem.tail ? 1 : 2;
+    return finishNodeAt(elem, "TemplateElement", options.locations ? [lastEnd - endOff, lastEndLoc.offset(-endOff)] : lastEnd - endOff);
+  }
+
+  function parseTemplate() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    node.expressions = [];
+    var curElt = parseTemplateElement();
+    node.quasis = [curElt];
+    while (!curElt.tail) {
+      node.expressions.push(parseExpression());
+      if (tokType !== _templateContinued) unexpected();
+      node.quasis.push(curElt = parseTemplateElement());
+    }
+    return finishNode(node, "TemplateLiteral");
+  }
+
+  // Parse an object literal.
+
+  function parseObj() {
+    var node = startNode(), first = true, propHash = {};
+    node.properties = [];
+    next();
+    while (!eat(_braceR)) {
+      if (!first) {
+        expect(_comma);
+        if (options.allowTrailingCommas && eat(_braceR)) break;
+      } else first = false;
+
+      var prop = startNode(), isGenerator;
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+        prop.method = false;
+        prop.shorthand = false;
+        isGenerator = eat(_star);
+      }
+      parsePropertyName(prop);
+      if (eat(_colon)) {
+        prop.value = parseExpression(true);
+        prop.kind = "init";
+      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && tokType === _parenL) {
+        prop.kind = "init";
+        prop.method = true;
+        prop.value = parseMethod(isGenerator);
+      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && !prop.computed && prop.key.type === "Identifier" &&
+                 (prop.key.name === "get" || prop.key.name === "set") &&
+                 (tokType != _comma && tokType != _braceR)) {
+        if (isGenerator) unexpected();
+        prop.kind = prop.key.name;
+        parsePropertyName(prop);
+        prop.value = parseMethod(false);
+      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && !prop.computed && prop.key.type === "Identifier") {
+        prop.kind = "init";
+        prop.value = prop.key;
+        prop.shorthand = true;
+      } else unexpected();
+
+      checkPropClash(prop, propHash);
+      node.properties.push(finishNode(prop, "Property"));
+    }
+    return finishNode(node, "ObjectExpression");
+  }
+
+  function parsePropertyName(prop) {
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      if (eat(_bracketL)) {
+        prop.computed = true;
+        prop.key = parseExpression();
+        expect(_bracketR);
+        return;
+      } else {
+        prop.computed = false;
+      }
+    }
+    prop.key = (tokType === _num || tokType === _string) ? parseExprAtom() : parseIdent(true);
+  }
+
+  // Initialize empty function node.
+
+  function initFunction(node) {
+    node.id = null;
+    node.params = [];
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      node.defaults = [];
+      node.rest = null;
+      node.generator = false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Parse a function declaration or literal (depending on the
+  // `isStatement` parameter).
+
+  function parseFunction(node, isStatement, allowExpressionBody) {
+    initFunction(node);
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      node.generator = eat(_star);
+    }
+    if (isStatement || tokType === _name) {
+      node.id = parseIdent();
+    }
+    parseFunctionParams(node);
+    parseFunctionBody(node, allowExpressionBody);
+    return finishNode(node, isStatement ? "FunctionDeclaration" : "FunctionExpression");
+  }
+
+  // Parse object or class method.
+
+  function parseMethod(isGenerator) {
+    var node = startNode();
+    initFunction(node);
+    parseFunctionParams(node);
+    var allowExpressionBody;
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      node.generator = isGenerator;
+      allowExpressionBody = true;
+    } else {
+      allowExpressionBody = false;
+    }
+    parseFunctionBody(node, allowExpressionBody);
+    return finishNode(node, "FunctionExpression");
+  }
+
+  // Parse arrow function expression with given parameters.
+
+  function parseArrowExpression(node, params) {
+    initFunction(node);
+
+    var defaults = node.defaults, hasDefaults = false;
+
+    for (var i = 0, lastI = params.length - 1; i <= lastI; i++) {
+      var param = params[i];
+
+      if (param.type === "AssignmentExpression" && param.operator === "=") {
+        hasDefaults = true;
+        params[i] = param.left;
+        defaults.push(param.right);
+      } else {
+        toAssignable(param, i === lastI, true);
+        defaults.push(null);
+        if (param.type === "SpreadElement") {
+          params.length--;
+          node.rest = param.argument;
+          break;
+        }
+      }
+    }
+
+    node.params = params;
+    if (!hasDefaults) node.defaults = [];
+
+    parseFunctionBody(node, true);
+    return finishNode(node, "ArrowFunctionExpression");
+  }
+
+  // Parse function parameters.
+
+  function parseFunctionParams(node) {
+    var defaults = [], hasDefaults = false;
+
+    expect(_parenL);
+    for (;;) {
+      if (eat(_parenR)) {
+        break;
+      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && eat(_ellipsis)) {
+        node.rest = toAssignable(parseExprAtom(), false, true);
+        checkSpreadAssign(node.rest);
+        expect(_parenR);
+        defaults.push(null);
+        break;
+      } else {
+        node.params.push(options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? toAssignable(parseExprAtom(), false, true) : parseIdent());
+        if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+          if (eat(_eq)) {
+            hasDefaults = true;
+            defaults.push(parseExpression(true));
+          } else {
+            defaults.push(null);
+          }
+        }
+        if (!eat(_comma)) {
+          expect(_parenR);
+          break;
+        }
+      }
+    }
+
+    if (hasDefaults) node.defaults = defaults;
+  }
+
+  // Parse function body and check parameters.
+
+  function parseFunctionBody(node, allowExpression) {
+    var isExpression = allowExpression && tokType !== _braceL;
+
+    if (isExpression) {
+      node.body = parseExpression(true);
+      node.expression = true;
+    } else {
+      // Start a new scope with regard to labels and the `inFunction`
+      // flag (restore them to their old value afterwards).
+      var oldInFunc = inFunction, oldInGen = inGenerator, oldLabels = labels;
+      inFunction = true; inGenerator = node.generator; labels = [];
+      node.body = parseBlock(true);
+      node.expression = false;
+      inFunction = oldInFunc; inGenerator = oldInGen; labels = oldLabels;
+    }
+
+    // If this is a strict mode function, verify that argument names
+    // are not repeated, and it does not try to bind the words `eval`
+    // or `arguments`.
+    if (strict || !isExpression && node.body.body.length && isUseStrict(node.body.body[0])) {
+      var nameHash = {};
+      if (node.id)
+        checkFunctionParam(node.id, {});
+      for (var i = 0; i < node.params.length; i++)
+        checkFunctionParam(node.params[i], nameHash);
+      if (node.rest)
+        checkFunctionParam(node.rest, nameHash);
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Parse a class declaration or literal (depending on the
+  // `isStatement` parameter).
+
+  function parseClass(node, isStatement) {
+    next();
+    node.id = tokType === _name ? parseIdent() : isStatement ? unexpected() : null;
+    node.superClass = eat(_extends) ? parseExprSubscripts() : null;
+    var classBody = startNode();
+    classBody.body = [];
+    expect(_braceL);
+    while (!eat(_braceR)) {
+      var method = startNode();
+      if (tokType === _name && tokVal === "static") {
+        next();
+        method['static'] = true;
+      } else {
+        method['static'] = false;
+      }
+      var isGenerator = eat(_star);
+      parsePropertyName(method);
+      if (tokType !== _parenL && !method.computed && method.key.type === "Identifier" &&
+          (method.key.name === "get" || method.key.name === "set")) {
+        if (isGenerator) unexpected();
+        method.kind = method.key.name;
+        parsePropertyName(method);
+      } else {
+        method.kind = "";
+      }
+      method.value = parseMethod(isGenerator);
+      classBody.body.push(finishNode(method, "MethodDefinition"));
+      eat(_semi);
+    }
+    node.body = finishNode(classBody, "ClassBody");
+    return finishNode(node, isStatement ? "ClassDeclaration" : "ClassExpression");
+  }
+
+  // Parses a comma-separated list of expressions, and returns them as
+  // an array. `close` is the token type that ends the list, and
+  // `allowEmpty` can be turned on to allow subsequent commas with
+  // nothing in between them to be parsed as `null` (which is needed
+  // for array literals).
+
+  function parseExprList(close, allowTrailingComma, allowEmpty) {
+    var elts = [], first = true;
+    while (!eat(close)) {
+      if (!first) {
+        expect(_comma);
+        if (allowTrailingComma && options.allowTrailingCommas && eat(close)) break;
+      } else first = false;
+
+      if (allowEmpty && tokType === _comma) elts.push(null);
+      else elts.push(parseExpression(true));
+    }
+    return elts;
+  }
+
+  // Parse the next token as an identifier. If `liberal` is true (used
+  // when parsing properties), it will also convert keywords into
+  // identifiers.
+
+  function parseIdent(liberal) {
+    var node = startNode();
+    if (liberal && options.forbidReserved == "everywhere") liberal = false;
+    if (tokType === _name) {
+      if (!liberal &&
+          (options.forbidReserved &&
+           (options.ecmaVersion === 3 ? isReservedWord3 : isReservedWord5)(tokVal) ||
+           strict && isStrictReservedWord(tokVal)) &&
+          input.slice(tokStart, tokEnd).indexOf("\\") == -1)
+        raise(tokStart, "The keyword '" + tokVal + "' is reserved");
+      node.name = tokVal;
+    } else if (liberal && tokType.keyword) {
+      node.name = tokType.keyword;
+    } else {
+      unexpected();
+    }
+    next();
+    return finishNode(node, "Identifier");
+  }
+
+  // Parses module export declaration.
+
+  function parseExport(node) {
+    next();
+    // export var|const|let|function|class ...;
+    if (tokType === _var || tokType === _const || tokType === _let || tokType === _function || tokType === _class) {
+      node.declaration = parseStatement();
+      node['default'] = false;
+      node.specifiers = null;
+      node.source = null;
+    } else
+    // export default ...;
+    if (eat(_default)) {
+      node.declaration = parseExpression(true);
+      node['default'] = true;
+      node.specifiers = null;
+      node.source = null;
+      semicolon();
+    } else {
+      // export * from '...';
+      // export { x, y as z } [from '...'];
+      var isBatch = tokType === _star;
+      node.declaration = null;
+      node['default'] = false;
+      node.specifiers = parseExportSpecifiers();
+      if (tokType === _name && tokVal === "from") {
+        next();
+        node.source = tokType === _string ? parseExprAtom() : unexpected();
+      } else {
+        if (isBatch) unexpected();
+        node.source = null;
+      }
+      semicolon();
+    }
+    return finishNode(node, "ExportDeclaration");
+  }
+
+  // Parses a comma-separated list of module exports.
+
+  function parseExportSpecifiers() {
+    var nodes = [], first = true;
+    if (tokType === _star) {
+      // export * from '...'
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      nodes.push(finishNode(node, "ExportBatchSpecifier"));
+    } else {
+      // export { x, y as z } [from '...']
+      expect(_braceL);
+      while (!eat(_braceR)) {
+        if (!first) {
+          expect(_comma);
+          if (options.allowTrailingCommas && eat(_braceR)) break;
+        } else first = false;
+
+        var node = startNode();
+        node.id = parseIdent(tokType === _default);
+        if (tokType === _name && tokVal === "as") {
+          next();
+          node.name = parseIdent(true);
+        } else {
+          node.name = null;
+        }
+        nodes.push(finishNode(node, "ExportSpecifier"));
+      }
+    }
+    return nodes;
+  }
+
+  // Parses import declaration.
+
+  function parseImport(node) {
+    next();
+    // import '...';
+    if (tokType === _string) {
+      node.specifiers = [];
+      node.source = parseExprAtom();
+      node.kind = "";
+    } else {
+      node.specifiers = parseImportSpecifiers();
+      if (tokType !== _name || tokVal !== "from") unexpected();
+      next();
+      node.source = tokType === _string ? parseExprAtom() : unexpected();
+    }
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "ImportDeclaration");
+  }
+
+  // Parses a comma-separated list of module imports.
+
+  function parseImportSpecifiers() {
+    var nodes = [], first = true;
+    if (tokType === _name) {
+      // import defaultObj, { x, y as z } from '...'
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.id = parseIdent();
+      checkLVal(node.id, true);
+      node.name = null;
+      node['default'] = true;
+      nodes.push(finishNode(node, "ImportSpecifier"));
+      if (!eat(_comma)) return nodes;
+    }
+    if (tokType === _star) {
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      if (tokType !== _name || tokVal !== "as") unexpected();
+      next();
+      node.name = parseIdent();
+      checkLVal(node.name, true);
+      nodes.push(finishNode(node, "ImportBatchSpecifier"));
+      return nodes;
+    }
+    expect(_braceL);
+    while (!eat(_braceR)) {
+      if (!first) {
+        expect(_comma);
+        if (options.allowTrailingCommas && eat(_braceR)) break;
+      } else first = false;
+
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.id = parseIdent(true);
+      if (tokType === _name && tokVal === "as") {
+        next();
+        node.name = parseIdent();
+      } else {
+        node.name = null;
+      }
+      checkLVal(node.name || node.id, true);
+      node['default'] = false;
+      nodes.push(finishNode(node, "ImportSpecifier"));
+    }
+    return nodes;
+  }
+
+  // Parses yield expression inside generator.
+
+  function parseYield() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    next();
+    if (eat(_semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) {
+      node.delegate = false;
+      node.argument = null;
+    } else {
+      node.delegate = eat(_star);
+      node.argument = parseExpression(true);
+    }
+    return finishNode(node, "YieldExpression");
+  }
+
+  // Parses array and generator comprehensions.
+
+  function parseComprehension(node, isGenerator) {
+    node.blocks = [];
+    while (tokType === _for) {
+      var block = startNode();
+      next();
+      expect(_parenL);
+      block.left = toAssignable(parseExprAtom());
+      checkLVal(block.left, true);
+      if (tokType !== _name || tokVal !== "of") unexpected();
+      next();
+      // `of` property is here for compatibility with Esprima's AST
+      // which also supports deprecated [for (... in ...) expr]
+      block.of = true;
+      block.right = parseExpression();
+      expect(_parenR);
+      node.blocks.push(finishNode(block, "ComprehensionBlock"));
+    }
+    node.filter = eat(_if) ? parseParenExpression() : null;
+    node.body = parseExpression();
+    expect(isGenerator ? _parenR : _bracketR);
+    node.generator = isGenerator;
+    return finishNode(node, "ComprehensionExpression");
+  }
+});
--- a/toolkit/devtools/acorn/acorn_loose.js
+++ b/toolkit/devtools/acorn/acorn_loose.js
@@ -1,777 +1,1173 @@
-// Acorn: Loose parser
-//
-// This module provides an alternative parser (`parse_dammit`) that
-// exposes that same interface as `parse`, but will try to parse
-// anything as JavaScript, repairing syntax error the best it can.
-// There are circumstances in which it will raise an error and give
-// up, but they are very rare. The resulting AST will be a mostly
-// valid JavaScript AST (as per the [Mozilla parser API][api], except
-// that:
-//
-// - Return outside functions is allowed
-//
-// - Label consistency (no conflicts, break only to existing labels)
-//   is not enforced.
-//
-// - Bogus Identifier nodes with a name of `"✖"` are inserted whenever
-//   the parser got too confused to return anything meaningful.
-//
-// [api]: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/SpiderMonkey/Parser_API
-//
-// The expected use for this is to *first* try `acorn.parse`, and only
-// if that fails switch to `parse_dammit`. The loose parser might
-// parse badly indented code incorrectly, so **don't** use it as
-// your default parser.
-//
-// Quite a lot of acorn.js is duplicated here. The alternative was to
-// add a *lot* of extra cruft to that file, making it less readable
-// and slower. Copying and editing the code allowed me to make
-// invasive changes and simplifications without creating a complicated
-// tangle.
-
-(function(root, mod) {
-  if (typeof exports == "object" && typeof module == "object") return mod(exports, require("./acorn")); // CommonJS
-  if (typeof define == "function" && define.amd) return define(["exports", "./acorn"], mod); // AMD
-  mod(root.acorn || (root.acorn = {}), root.acorn); // Plain browser env
-})(this, function(exports, acorn) {
-  "use strict";
-
-  var tt = acorn.tokTypes;
-
-  var options, input, fetchToken, context;
-
-  exports.parse_dammit = function(inpt, opts) {
-    if (!opts) opts = {};
-    input = String(inpt);
-    options = opts;
-    if (!opts.tabSize) opts.tabSize = 4;
-    fetchToken = acorn.tokenize(inpt, opts);
-    sourceFile = options.sourceFile || null;
-    context = [];
-    nextLineStart = 0;
-    ahead.length = 0;
-    next();
-    return parseTopLevel();
-  };
-
-  var lastEnd, token = {start: 0, end: 0}, ahead = [];
-  var curLineStart, nextLineStart, curIndent, lastEndLoc, sourceFile;
-
-  function next() {
-    lastEnd = token.end;
-    if (options.locations)
-      lastEndLoc = token.endLoc;
-
-    if (ahead.length)
-      token = ahead.shift();
-    else
-      token = readToken();
-
-    if (token.start >= nextLineStart) {
-      while (token.start >= nextLineStart) {
-        curLineStart = nextLineStart;
-        nextLineStart = lineEnd(curLineStart) + 1;
-      }
-      curIndent = indentationAfter(curLineStart);
-    }
-  }
-
-  function readToken() {
-    for (;;) {
-      try {
-        return fetchToken();
-      } catch(e) {
-        if (!(e instanceof SyntaxError)) throw e;
-
-        // Try to skip some text, based on the error message, and then continue
-        var msg = e.message, pos = e.raisedAt, replace = true;
-        if (/unterminated/i.test(msg)) {
-          pos = lineEnd(e.pos);
-          if (/string/.test(msg)) {
-            replace = {start: e.pos, end: pos, type: tt.string, value: input.slice(e.pos + 1, pos)};
-          } else if (/regular expr/i.test(msg)) {
-            var re = input.slice(e.pos, pos);
-            try { re = new RegExp(re); } catch(e) {}
-            replace = {start: e.pos, end: pos, type: tt.regexp, value: re};
-          } else {
-            replace = false;
-          }
-        } else if (/invalid (unicode|regexp|number)|expecting unicode|octal literal|is reserved|directly after number/i.test(msg)) {
-          while (pos < input.length && !isSpace(input.charCodeAt(pos))) ++pos;
-        } else if (/character escape|expected hexadecimal/i.test(msg)) {
-          while (pos < input.length) {
-            var ch = input.charCodeAt(pos++);
-            if (ch === 34 || ch === 39 || isNewline(ch)) break;
-          }
-        } else if (/unexpected character/i.test(msg)) {
-          pos++;
-          replace = false;
-        } else {
-          throw e;
-        }
-        resetTo(pos);
-        if (replace === true) replace = {start: pos, end: pos, type: tt.name, value: "✖"};
-        if (replace) {
-          if (options.locations) {
-            replace.startLoc = acorn.getLineInfo(input, replace.start);
-            replace.endLoc = acorn.getLineInfo(input, replace.end);
-          }
-          return replace;
-        }
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  function resetTo(pos) {
-    var ch = input.charAt(pos - 1);
-    var reAllowed = !ch || /[\[\{\(,;:?\/*=+\-~!|&%^<>]/.test(ch) ||
-      /[enwfd]/.test(ch) && /\b(keywords|case|else|return|throw|new|in|(instance|type)of|delete|void)$/.test(input.slice(pos - 10, pos));
-    fetchToken.jumpTo(pos, reAllowed);
-  }
-
-  function copyToken(token) {
-    var copy = {start: token.start, end: token.end, type: token.type, value: token.value};
-    if (options.locations) {
-      copy.startLoc = token.startLoc;
-      copy.endLoc = token.endLoc;
-    }
-    return copy;
-  }
-
-  function lookAhead(n) {
-    // Copy token objects, because fetchToken will overwrite the one
-    // it returns, and in this case we still need it
-    if (!ahead.length)
-      token = copyToken(token);
-    while (n > ahead.length)
-      ahead.push(copyToken(readToken()));
-    return ahead[n-1];
-  }
-
-  var newline = /[\n\r\u2028\u2029]/;
-
-  function isNewline(ch) {
-    return ch === 10 || ch === 13 || ch === 8232 || ch === 8329;
-  }
-  function isSpace(ch) {
-    return (ch < 14 && ch > 8) || ch === 32 || ch === 160 || isNewline(ch);
-  }
-
-  function pushCx() {
-    context.push(curIndent);
-  }
-  function popCx() {
-    curIndent = context.pop();
-  }
-
-  function lineEnd(pos) {
-    while (pos < input.length && !isNewline(input.charCodeAt(pos))) ++pos;
-    return pos;
-  }
-  function indentationAfter(pos) {
-    for (var count = 0;; ++pos) {
-      var ch = input.charCodeAt(pos);
-      if (ch === 32) ++count;
-      else if (ch === 9) count += options.tabSize;
-      else return count;
-    }
-  }
-
-  function closes(closeTok, indent, line, blockHeuristic) {
-    if (token.type === closeTok || token.type === tt.eof) return true;
-    if (line != curLineStart && curIndent < indent && tokenStartsLine() &&
-        (!blockHeuristic || nextLineStart >= input.length ||
-         indentationAfter(nextLineStart) < indent)) return true;
-    return false;
-  }
-
-  function tokenStartsLine() {
-    for (var p = token.start - 1; p >= curLineStart; --p) {
-      var ch = input.charCodeAt(p);
-      if (ch !== 9 && ch !== 32) return false;
-    }
-    return true;
-  }
-
-  function node_t(start) {
-    this.type = null;
-    this.start = start;
-    this.end = null;
-  }
-
-  function node_loc_t(start) {
-    this.start = start || token.startLoc || {line: 1, column: 0};
-    this.end = null;
-    if (sourceFile !== null) this.source = sourceFile;
-  }
-
-  function startNode() {
-    var node = new node_t(token.start);
-    if (options.locations)
-      node.loc = new node_loc_t();
-    if (options.directSourceFile)
-      node.sourceFile = options.directSourceFile;
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  function startNodeFrom(other) {
-    var node = new node_t(other.start);
-    if (options.locations)
-      node.loc = new node_loc_t(other.loc.start);
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  function finishNode(node, type) {
-    node.type = type;
-    node.end = lastEnd;
-    if (options.locations)
-      node.loc.end = lastEndLoc;
-    return node;
-  }
-
-  function getDummyLoc() {
-    if (options.locations) {
-      var loc = new node_loc_t();
-      loc.end = loc.start;
-      return loc;
-    }
-  };
-
-  function dummyIdent() {
-    var dummy = new node_t(token.start);
-    dummy.type = "Identifier";
-    dummy.end = token.start;
-    dummy.name = "✖";
-    dummy.loc = getDummyLoc();
-    return dummy;
-  }
-  function isDummy(node) { return node.name == "✖"; }
-
-  function eat(type) {
-    if (token.type === type) {
-      next();
-      return true;
-    }
-  }
-
-  function canInsertSemicolon() {
-    return (token.type === tt.eof || token.type === tt.braceR || newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, token.start)));
-  }
-  function semicolon() {
-    eat(tt.semi);
-  }
-
-  function expect(type) {
-    if (eat(type)) return true;
-    if (lookAhead(1).type == type) {
-      next(); next();
-      return true;
-    }
-    if (lookAhead(2).type == type) {
-      next(); next(); next();
-      return true;
-    }
-  }
-
-  function checkLVal(expr) {
-    if (expr.type === "Identifier" || expr.type === "MemberExpression") return expr;
-    return dummyIdent();
-  }
-
-  function parseTopLevel() {
-    var node = startNode();
-    node.body = [];
-    while (token.type !== tt.eof) node.body.push(parseStatement());
-    return finishNode(node, "Program");
-  }
-
-  function parseStatement() {
-    var starttype = token.type, node = startNode();
-
-    switch (starttype) {
-    case tt._break: case tt._continue:
-      next();
-      var isBreak = starttype === tt._break;
-      node.label = token.type === tt.name ? parseIdent() : null;
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, isBreak ? "BreakStatement" : "ContinueStatement");
-
-    case tt._debugger:
-      next();
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "DebuggerStatement");
-
-    case tt._do:
-      next();
-      node.body = parseStatement();
-      node.test = eat(tt._while) ? parseParenExpression() : dummyIdent();
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "DoWhileStatement");
-
-    case tt._for:
-      next();
-      pushCx();
-      expect(tt.parenL);
-      if (token.type === tt.semi) return parseFor(node, null);
-      if (token.type === tt._var) {
-        var init = startNode();
-        next();
-        parseVar(init, true);
-        if (init.declarations.length === 1 && eat(tt._in))
-          return parseForIn(node, init);
-        return parseFor(node, init);
-      }
-      var init = parseExpression(false, true);
-      if (eat(tt._in)) {return parseForIn(node, checkLVal(init));}
-      return parseFor(node, init);
-
-    case tt._function:
-      next();
-      return parseFunction(node, true);
-
-    case tt._if:
-      next();
-      node.test = parseParenExpression();
-      node.consequent = parseStatement();
-      node.alternate = eat(tt._else) ? parseStatement() : null;
-      return finishNode(node, "IfStatement");
-
-    case tt._return:
-      next();
-      if (eat(tt.semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) node.argument = null;
-      else { node.argument = parseExpression(); semicolon(); }
-      return finishNode(node, "ReturnStatement");
-
-    case tt._switch:
-      var blockIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
-      next();
-      node.discriminant = parseParenExpression();
-      node.cases = [];
-      pushCx();
-      expect(tt.braceL);
-
-      for (var cur; !closes(tt.braceR, blockIndent, line, true);) {
-        if (token.type === tt._case || token.type === tt._default) {
-          var isCase = token.type === tt._case;
-          if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
-          node.cases.push(cur = startNode());
-          cur.consequent = [];
-          next();
-          if (isCase) cur.test = parseExpression();
-          else cur.test = null;
-          expect(tt.colon);
-        } else {
-          if (!cur) {
-            node.cases.push(cur = startNode());
-            cur.consequent = [];
-            cur.test = null;
-          }
-          cur.consequent.push(parseStatement());
-        }
-      }
-      if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
-      popCx();
-      eat(tt.braceR);
-      return finishNode(node, "SwitchStatement");
-
-    case tt._throw:
-      next();
-      node.argument = parseExpression();
-      semicolon();
-      return finishNode(node, "ThrowStatement");
-
-    case tt._try:
-      next();
-      node.block = parseBlock();
-      node.handler = null;
-      if (token.type === tt._catch) {
-        var clause = startNode();
-        next();
-        expect(tt.parenL);
-        clause.param = parseIdent();
-        expect(tt.parenR);
-        clause.guard = null;
-        clause.body = parseBlock();
-        node.handler = finishNode(clause, "CatchClause");
-      }
-      node.finalizer = eat(tt._finally) ? parseBlock() : null;
-      if (!node.handler && !node.finalizer) return node.block;
-      return finishNode(node, "TryStatement");
-
-    case tt._var:
-      next();
-      node = parseVar(node);
-      semicolon();
-      return node;
-
-    case tt._while:
-      next();
-      node.test = parseParenExpression();
-      node.body = parseStatement();
-      return finishNode(node, "WhileStatement");
-
-    case tt._with:
-      next();
-      node.object = parseParenExpression();
-      node.body = parseStatement();
-      return finishNode(node, "WithStatement");
-
-    case tt.braceL:
-      return parseBlock();
-
-    case tt.semi:
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement");
-
-    default:
-      var expr = parseExpression();
-      if (isDummy(expr)) {
-        next();
-        if (token.type === tt.eof) return finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement");
-        return parseStatement();
-      } else if (starttype === tt.name && expr.type === "Identifier" && eat(tt.colon)) {
-        node.body = parseStatement();
-        node.label = expr;
-        return finishNode(node, "LabeledStatement");
-      } else {
-        node.expression = expr;
-        semicolon();
-        return finishNode(node, "ExpressionStatement");
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  function parseBlock() {
-    var node = startNode();
-    pushCx();
-    expect(tt.braceL);
-    var blockIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
-    node.body = [];
-    while (!closes(tt.braceR, blockIndent, line, true))
-      node.body.push(parseStatement());
-    popCx();
-    eat(tt.braceR);
-    return finishNode(node, "BlockStatement");
-  }
-
-  function parseFor(node, init) {
-    node.init = init;
-    node.test = node.update = null;
-    if (eat(tt.semi) && token.type !== tt.semi) node.test = parseExpression();
-    if (eat(tt.semi) && token.type !== tt.parenR) node.update = parseExpression();
-    popCx();
-    expect(tt.parenR);
-    node.body = parseStatement();
-    return finishNode(node, "ForStatement");
-  }
-
-  function parseForIn(node, init) {
-    node.left = init;
-    node.right = parseExpression();
-    popCx();
-    expect(tt.parenR);
-    node.body = parseStatement();
-    return finishNode(node, "ForInStatement");
-  }
-
-  function parseVar(node, noIn) {
-    node.declarations = [];
-    node.kind = "var";
-    while (token.type === tt.name) {
-      var decl = startNode();
-      decl.id = parseIdent();
-      decl.init = eat(tt.eq) ? parseExpression(true, noIn) : null;
-      node.declarations.push(finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
-      if (!eat(tt.comma)) break;
-    }
-    if (!node.declarations.length) {
-      var decl = startNode();
-      decl.id = dummyIdent();
-      node.declarations.push(finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
-    }
-    return finishNode(node, "VariableDeclaration");
-  }
-
-  function parseExpression(noComma, noIn) {
-    var expr = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
-    if (!noComma && token.type === tt.comma) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(expr);
-      node.expressions = [expr];
-      while (eat(tt.comma)) node.expressions.push(parseMaybeAssign(noIn));
-      return finishNode(node, "SequenceExpression");
-    }
-    return expr;
-  }
-
-  function parseParenExpression() {
-    pushCx();
-    expect(tt.parenL);
-    var val = parseExpression();
-    popCx();
-    expect(tt.parenR);
-    return val;
-  }
-
-  function parseMaybeAssign(noIn) {
-    var left = parseMaybeConditional(noIn);
-    if (token.type.isAssign) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(left);
-      node.operator = token.value;
-      node.left = checkLVal(left);
-      next();
-      node.right = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
-      return finishNode(node, "AssignmentExpression");
-    }
-    return left;
-  }
-
-  function parseMaybeConditional(noIn) {
-    var expr = parseExprOps(noIn);
-    if (eat(tt.question)) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(expr);
-      node.test = expr;
-      node.consequent = parseExpression(true);
-      node.alternate = expect(tt.colon) ? parseExpression(true, noIn) : dummyIdent();
-      return finishNode(node, "ConditionalExpression");
-    }
-    return expr;
-  }
-
-  function parseExprOps(noIn) {
-    var indent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
-    return parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(noIn), -1, noIn, indent, line);
-  }
-
-  function parseExprOp(left, minPrec, noIn, indent, line) {
-    if (curLineStart != line && curIndent < indent && tokenStartsLine()) return left;
-    var prec = token.type.binop;
-    if (prec != null && (!noIn || token.type !== tt._in)) {
-      if (prec > minPrec) {
-        var node = startNodeFrom(left);
-        node.left = left;
-        node.operator = token.value;
-        next();
-        if (curLineStart != line && curIndent < indent && tokenStartsLine())
-          node.right = dummyIdent();
-        else
-          node.right = parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(noIn), prec, noIn, indent, line);
-        var node = finishNode(node, /&&|\|\|/.test(node.operator) ? "LogicalExpression" : "BinaryExpression");
-        return parseExprOp(node, minPrec, noIn, indent, line);
-      }
-    }
-    return left;
-  }
-
-  function parseMaybeUnary(noIn) {
-    if (token.type.prefix) {
-      var node = startNode(), update = token.type.isUpdate;
-      node.operator = token.value;
-      node.prefix = true;
-      next();
-      node.argument = parseMaybeUnary(noIn);
-      if (update) node.argument = checkLVal(node.argument);
-      return finishNode(node, update ? "UpdateExpression" : "UnaryExpression");
-    }
-    var expr = parseExprSubscripts();
-    while (token.type.postfix && !canInsertSemicolon()) {
-      var node = startNodeFrom(expr);
-      node.operator = token.value;
-      node.prefix = false;
-      node.argument = checkLVal(expr);
-      next();
-      expr = finishNode(node, "UpdateExpression");
-    }
-    return expr;
-  }
-
-  function parseExprSubscripts() {
-    return parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), false, curIndent, curLineStart);
-  }
-
-  function parseSubscripts(base, noCalls, startIndent, line) {
-    for (;;) {
-      if (curLineStart != line && curIndent <= startIndent && tokenStartsLine()) {
-        if (token.type == tt.dot && curIndent == startIndent)
-          --startIndent;
-        else
-          return base;
-      }
-
-      if (eat(tt.dot)) {
-        var node = startNodeFrom(base);
-        node.object = base;
-        if (curLineStart != line && curIndent <= startIndent && tokenStartsLine())
-          node.property = dummyIdent();
-        else
-          node.property = parsePropertyName() || dummyIdent();
-        node.computed = false;
-        base = finishNode(node, "MemberExpression");
-      } else if (token.type == tt.bracketL) {
-        pushCx();
-        next();
-        var node = startNodeFrom(base);
-        node.object = base;
-        node.property = parseExpression();
-        node.computed = true;
-        popCx();
-        expect(tt.bracketR);
-        base = finishNode(node, "MemberExpression");
-      } else if (!noCalls && token.type == tt.parenL) {
-        pushCx();
-        var node = startNodeFrom(base);
-        node.callee = base;
-        node.arguments = parseExprList(tt.parenR);
-        base = finishNode(node, "CallExpression");
-      } else {
-        return base;
-      }
-    }
-  }
-
-  function parseExprAtom() {
-    switch (token.type) {
-    case tt._this:
-      var node = startNode();
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "ThisExpression");
-    case tt.name:
-      return parseIdent();
-    case tt.num: case tt.string: case tt.regexp:
-      var node = startNode();
-      node.value = token.value;
-      node.raw = input.slice(token.start, token.end);
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
-
-    case tt._null: case tt._true: case tt._false:
-      var node = startNode();
-      node.value = token.type.atomValue;
-      node.raw = token.type.keyword;
-      next();
-      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
-
-    case tt.parenL:
-      var tokStart1 = token.start;
-      next();
-      var val = parseExpression();
-      val.start = tokStart1;
-      val.end = token.end;
-      expect(tt.parenR);
-      return val;
-
-    case tt.bracketL:
-      var node = startNode();
-      pushCx();
-      node.elements = parseExprList(tt.bracketR);
-      return finishNode(node, "ArrayExpression");
-
-    case tt.braceL:
-      return parseObj();
-
-    case tt._function:
-      var node = startNode();
-      next();
-      return parseFunction(node, false);
-
-    case tt._new:
-      return parseNew();
-
-    default:
-      return dummyIdent();
-    }
-  }
-
-  function parseNew() {
-    var node = startNode(), startIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
-    next();
-    node.callee = parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), true, startIndent, line);
-    if (token.type == tt.parenL) {
-      pushCx();
-      node.arguments = parseExprList(tt.parenR);
-    } else {
-      node.arguments = [];
-    }
-    return finishNode(node, "NewExpression");
-  }
-
-  function parseObj() {
-    var node = startNode();
-    node.properties = [];
-    pushCx();
-    next();
-    var propIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
-    while (!closes(tt.braceR, propIndent, line)) {
-      var name = parsePropertyName();
-      if (!name) { if (isDummy(parseExpression(true))) next(); eat(tt.comma); continue; }
-      var prop = {key: name}, isGetSet = false, kind;
-      if (eat(tt.colon)) {
-        prop.value = parseExpression(true);
-        kind = prop.kind = "init";
-      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && prop.key.type === "Identifier" &&
-                 (prop.key.name === "get" || prop.key.name === "set")) {
-        isGetSet = true;
-        kind = prop.kind = prop.key.name;
-        prop.key = parsePropertyName() || dummyIdent();
-        prop.value = parseFunction(startNode(), false);
-      } else {
-        next();
-        eat(tt.comma);
-        continue;
-      }
-
-      node.properties.push(prop);
-      eat(tt.comma);
-    }
-    popCx();
-    eat(tt.braceR);
-    return finishNode(node, "ObjectExpression");
-  }
-
-  function parsePropertyName() {
-    if (token.type === tt.num || token.type === tt.string) return parseExprAtom();
-    if (token.type === tt.name || token.type.keyword) return parseIdent();
-  }
-
-  function parseIdent() {
-    var node = startNode();
-    node.name = token.type === tt.name ? token.value : token.type.keyword;
-    next();
-    return finishNode(node, "Identifier");
-  }
-
-  function parseFunction(node, isStatement) {
-    if (token.type === tt.name) node.id = parseIdent();
-    else if (isStatement) node.id = dummyIdent();
-    else node.id = null;
-    node.params = [];
-    pushCx();
-    expect(tt.parenL);
-    while (token.type == tt.name) {
-      node.params.push(parseIdent());
-      eat(tt.comma);
-    }
-    popCx();
-    eat(tt.parenR);
-    node.body = parseBlock();
-    return finishNode(node, isStatement ? "FunctionDeclaration" : "FunctionExpression");
-  }
-
-  function parseExprList(close) {
-    var indent = curIndent, line = curLineStart, elts = [], continuedLine = nextLineStart;
-    next(); // Opening bracket
-    if (curLineStart > continuedLine) continuedLine = curLineStart;
-    while (!closes(close, indent + (curLineStart <= continuedLine ? 1 : 0), line)) {
-      var elt = parseExpression(true);
-      if (isDummy(elt)) {
-        if (closes(close, indent, line)) break;
-        next();
-      } else {
-        elts.push(elt);
-      }
-      while (eat(tt.comma)) {}
-    }
-    popCx();
-    eat(close);
-    return elts;
-  }
-});
+// Acorn: Loose parser
+//
+// This module provides an alternative parser (`parse_dammit`) that
+// exposes that same interface as `parse`, but will try to parse
+// anything as JavaScript, repairing syntax error the best it can.
+// There are circumstances in which it will raise an error and give
+// up, but they are very rare. The resulting AST will be a mostly
+// valid JavaScript AST (as per the [Mozilla parser API][api], except
+// that:
+//
+// - Return outside functions is allowed
+//
+// - Label consistency (no conflicts, break only to existing labels)
+//   is not enforced.
+//
+// - Bogus Identifier nodes with a name of `"✖"` are inserted whenever
+//   the parser got too confused to return anything meaningful.
+//
+// [api]: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/SpiderMonkey/Parser_API
+//
+// The expected use for this is to *first* try `acorn.parse`, and only
+// if that fails switch to `parse_dammit`. The loose parser might
+// parse badly indented code incorrectly, so **don't** use it as
+// your default parser.
+//
+// Quite a lot of acorn.js is duplicated here. The alternative was to
+// add a *lot* of extra cruft to that file, making it less readable
+// and slower. Copying and editing the code allowed me to make
+// invasive changes and simplifications without creating a complicated
+// tangle.
+
+(function(root, mod) {
+  if (typeof exports == "object" && typeof module == "object") return mod(exports, require("./acorn")); // CommonJS
+  if (typeof define == "function" && define.amd) return define(["exports", "./acorn"], mod); // AMD
+  mod(root.acorn || (root.acorn = {}), root.acorn); // Plain browser env
+})(this, function(exports, acorn) {
+  "use strict";
+
+  var tt = acorn.tokTypes;
+
+  var options, input, fetchToken, context;
+
+  acorn.defaultOptions.tabSize = 4;
+
+  exports.parse_dammit = function(inpt, opts) {
+    if (!opts) opts = {};
+    input = String(inpt);
+    fetchToken = acorn.tokenize(input, opts);
+    options = fetchToken.options;
+    sourceFile = options.sourceFile || null;
+    context = [];
+    nextLineStart = 0;
+    ahead.length = 0;
+    next();
+    return parseTopLevel();
+  };
+
+  var lastEnd, token = {start: 0, end: 0}, ahead = [];
+  var curLineStart, nextLineStart, curIndent, lastEndLoc, sourceFile;
+
+  function next(forceRegexp) {
+    lastEnd = token.end;
+    if (options.locations)
+      lastEndLoc = token.endLoc;
+    if (forceRegexp)
+      ahead.length = 0;
+
+    token = ahead.shift() || readToken(forceRegexp);
+
+    if (token.start >= nextLineStart) {
+      while (token.start >= nextLineStart) {
+        curLineStart = nextLineStart;
+        nextLineStart = lineEnd(curLineStart) + 1;
+      }
+      curIndent = indentationAfter(curLineStart);
+    }
+  }
+
+  function readToken(forceRegexp) {
+    for (;;) {
+      try {
+        var tok = fetchToken(forceRegexp);
+        if (tok.type === tt.dot && input.substr(tok.end, 1) === '.') {
+          tok = fetchToken();
+          tok.start--;
+          tok.type = tt.ellipsis;
+        }
+        return tok;
+      } catch(e) {
+        if (!(e instanceof SyntaxError)) throw e;
+
+        // Try to skip some text, based on the error message, and then continue
+        var msg = e.message, pos = e.raisedAt, replace = true;
+        if (/unterminated/i.test(msg)) {
+          pos = lineEnd(e.pos + 1);
+          if (/string/.test(msg)) {
+            replace = {start: e.pos, end: pos, type: tt.string, value: input.slice(e.pos + 1, pos)};
+          } else if (/regular expr/i.test(msg)) {
+            var re = input.slice(e.pos, pos);
+            try { re = new RegExp(re); } catch(e) {}
+            replace = {start: e.pos, end: pos, type: tt.regexp, value: re};
+          } else if (/template/.test(msg)) {
+            replace = {start: e.pos, end: pos,
+                       type: input.charAt(e.pos) == "`" ? tt.template : tt.templateContinued,
+                       value: input.slice(e.pos + 1, pos)};
+          } else {
+            replace = false;
+          }
+        } else if (/invalid (unicode|regexp|number)|expecting unicode|octal literal|is reserved|directly after number/i.test(msg)) {
+          while (pos < input.length && !isSpace(input.charCodeAt(pos))) ++pos;
+        } else if (/character escape|expected hexadecimal/i.test(msg)) {
+          while (pos < input.length) {
+            var ch = input.charCodeAt(pos++);
+            if (ch === 34 || ch === 39 || isNewline(ch)) break;
+          }
+        } else if (/unexpected character/i.test(msg)) {
+          pos++;
+          replace = false;
+        } else if (/regular expression/i.test(msg)) {
+          replace = true;
+        } else {
+          throw e;
+        }
+        resetTo(pos);
+        if (replace === true) replace = {start: pos, end: pos, type: tt.name, value: "✖"};
+        if (replace) {
+          if (options.locations) {
+            replace.startLoc = acorn.getLineInfo(input, replace.start);
+            replace.endLoc = acorn.getLineInfo(input, replace.end);
+          }
+          return replace;
+        }
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  function resetTo(pos) {
+    for (;;) {
+      try {
+        var ch = input.charAt(pos - 1);
+        var reAllowed = !ch || /[\[\{\(,;:?\/*=+\-~!|&%^<>]/.test(ch) ||
+          /[enwfd]/.test(ch) && /\b(keywords|case|else|return|throw|new|in|(instance|type)of|delete|void)$/.test(input.slice(pos - 10, pos));
+        return fetchToken.jumpTo(pos, reAllowed);
+      } catch(e) {
+        if (!(e instanceof SyntaxError && /unterminated comment/i.test(e.message))) throw e;
+        pos = lineEnd(e.pos + 1);
+        if (pos >= input.length) return;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  function lookAhead(n) {
+    while (n > ahead.length)
+      ahead.push(readToken());
+    return ahead[n-1];
+  }
+
+  var newline = /[\n\r\u2028\u2029]/;
+
+  function isNewline(ch) {
+    return ch === 10 || ch === 13 || ch === 8232 || ch === 8329;
+  }
+  function isSpace(ch) {
+    return (ch < 14 && ch > 8) || ch === 32 || ch === 160 || isNewline(ch);
+  }
+
+  function pushCx() {
+    context.push(curIndent);
+  }
+  function popCx() {
+    curIndent = context.pop();
+  }
+
+  function lineEnd(pos) {
+    while (pos < input.length && !isNewline(input.charCodeAt(pos))) ++pos;
+    return pos;
+  }
+  function indentationAfter(pos) {
+    for (var count = 0;; ++pos) {
+      var ch = input.charCodeAt(pos);
+      if (ch === 32) ++count;
+      else if (ch === 9) count += options.tabSize;
+      else return count;
+    }
+  }
+
+  function closes(closeTok, indent, line, blockHeuristic) {
+    if (token.type === closeTok || token.type === tt.eof) return true;
+    if (line != curLineStart && curIndent < indent && tokenStartsLine() &&
+        (!blockHeuristic || nextLineStart >= input.length ||
+         indentationAfter(nextLineStart) < indent)) return true;
+    return false;
+  }
+
+  function tokenStartsLine() {
+    for (var p = token.start - 1; p >= curLineStart; --p) {
+      var ch = input.charCodeAt(p);
+      if (ch !== 9 && ch !== 32) return false;
+    }
+    return true;
+  }
+
+  function Node(start) {
+    this.type = null;
+    this.start = start;
+    this.end = null;
+  }
+  Node.prototype = acorn.Node.prototype;
+
+  function SourceLocation(start) {
+    this.start = start || token.startLoc || {line: 1, column: 0};
+    this.end = null;
+    if (sourceFile !== null) this.source = sourceFile;
+  }
+
+  function startNode() {
+    var node = new Node(token.start);
+    if (options.locations)
+      node.loc = new SourceLocation();
+    if (options.directSourceFile)
+      node.sourceFile = options.directSourceFile;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range = [token.start, 0];
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  function storeCurrentPos() {
+    return options.locations ? [token.start, token.startLoc] : token.start;
+  }
+
+  function startNodeAt(pos) {
+    var node;
+    if (options.locations) {
+      node = new Node(pos[0]);
+      node.loc = new SourceLocation(pos[1]);
+    } else {
+      node = new Node(pos);
+    }
+    if (options.directSourceFile)
+      node.sourceFile = options.directSourceFile;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range = [pos[0], 0];
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  function finishNode(node, type) {
+    node.type = type;
+    node.end = lastEnd;
+    if (options.locations)
+      node.loc.end = lastEndLoc;
+    if (options.ranges)
+      node.range[1] = lastEnd;
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  function finishNodeAt(node, type, pos) {
+    if (options.locations) { node.loc.end = pos[1]; pos = pos[0]; }
+    node.type = type;
+    node.end = pos;
+    if (options.ranges) node.range[1] = pos;
+    return node;
+  }
+
+  function dummyIdent() {
+    var dummy = startNode();
+    dummy.name = "✖";
+    return finishNode(dummy, "Identifier");
+  }
+  function isDummy(node) { return node.name == "✖"; }
+
+  function eat(type) {
+    if (token.type === type) {
+      next();
+      return true;
+    } else {
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  function canInsertSemicolon() {
+    return (token.type === tt.eof || token.type === tt.braceR || newline.test(input.slice(lastEnd, token.start)));
+  }
+  function semicolon() {
+    return eat(tt.semi);
+  }
+
+  function expect(type) {
+    if (eat(type)) return true;
+    if (lookAhead(1).type == type) {
+      next(); next();
+      return true;
+    }
+    if (lookAhead(2).type == type) {
+      next(); next(); next();
+      return true;
+    }
+  }
+
+  function checkLVal(expr) {
+    if (!expr) return expr;
+    switch (expr.type) {
+      case "Identifier":
+      case "MemberExpression":
+      case "ObjectPattern":
+      case "ArrayPattern":
+      case "SpreadElement":
+      case "AssignmentPattern":
+        return expr;
+
+      default:
+        return dummyIdent();
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parseTopLevel() {
+    var node = startNodeAt(options.locations ? [0, acorn.getLineInfo(input, 0)] : 0);
+    node.body = [];
+    while (token.type !== tt.eof) node.body.push(parseStatement());
+    lastEnd = token.end;
+    lastEndLoc = token.endLoc;
+    return finishNode(node, "Program");
+  }
+
+  function parseStatement() {
+    if (token.type === tt.slash || token.type === tt.assign && token.value === "/=")
+      next(true);
+
+    var starttype = token.type, node = startNode();
+
+    switch (starttype) {
+    case tt._break: case tt._continue:
+      next();
+      var isBreak = starttype === tt._break;
+      if (semicolon() || canInsertSemicolon()) {
+        node.label = null;
+      } else {
+        node.label = token.type === tt.name ? parseIdent() : null;
+        semicolon();
+      }
+      return finishNode(node, isBreak ? "BreakStatement" : "ContinueStatement");
+
+    case tt._debugger:
+      next();
+      semicolon();
+      return finishNode(node, "DebuggerStatement");
+
+    case tt._do:
+      next();
+      node.body = parseStatement();
+      node.test = eat(tt._while) ? parseParenExpression() : dummyIdent();
+      semicolon();
+      return finishNode(node, "DoWhileStatement");
+
+    case tt._for:
+      next();
+      pushCx();
+      expect(tt.parenL);
+      if (token.type === tt.semi) return parseFor(node, null);
+      if (token.type === tt._var || token.type === tt._let) {
+        var init = parseVar(true);
+        if (init.declarations.length === 1 && (token.type === tt._in || token.type === tt.name && token.value === "of")) {
+          return parseForIn(node, init);
+        }
+        return parseFor(node, init);
+      }
+      var init = parseExpression(false, true);
+      if (token.type === tt._in || token.type === tt.name && token.value === "of") {
+        return parseForIn(node, checkLVal(init));
+      }
+      return parseFor(node, init);
+
+    case tt._function:
+      next();
+      return parseFunction(node, true);
+
+    case tt._if:
+      next();
+      node.test = parseParenExpression();
+      node.consequent = parseStatement();
+      node.alternate = eat(tt._else) ? parseStatement() : null;
+      return finishNode(node, "IfStatement");
+
+    case tt._return:
+      next();
+      if (eat(tt.semi) || canInsertSemicolon()) node.argument = null;
+      else { node.argument = parseExpression(); semicolon(); }
+      return finishNode(node, "ReturnStatement");
+
+    case tt._switch:
+      var blockIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
+      next();
+      node.discriminant = parseParenExpression();
+      node.cases = [];
+      pushCx();
+      expect(tt.braceL);
+
+      for (var cur; !closes(tt.braceR, blockIndent, line, true);) {
+        if (token.type === tt._case || token.type === tt._default) {
+          var isCase = token.type === tt._case;
+          if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
+          node.cases.push(cur = startNode());
+          cur.consequent = [];
+          next();
+          if (isCase) cur.test = parseExpression();
+          else cur.test = null;
+          expect(tt.colon);
+        } else {
+          if (!cur) {
+            node.cases.push(cur = startNode());
+            cur.consequent = [];
+            cur.test = null;
+          }
+          cur.consequent.push(parseStatement());
+        }
+      }
+      if (cur) finishNode(cur, "SwitchCase");
+      popCx();
+      eat(tt.braceR);
+      return finishNode(node, "SwitchStatement");
+
+    case tt._throw:
+      next();
+      node.argument = parseExpression();
+      semicolon();
+      return finishNode(node, "ThrowStatement");
+
+    case tt._try:
+      next();
+      node.block = parseBlock();
+      node.handler = null;
+      if (token.type === tt._catch) {
+        var clause = startNode();
+        next();
+        expect(tt.parenL);
+        clause.param = parseIdent();
+        expect(tt.parenR);
+        clause.guard = null;
+        clause.body = parseBlock();
+        node.handler = finishNode(clause, "CatchClause");
+      }
+      node.finalizer = eat(tt._finally) ? parseBlock() : null;
+      if (!node.handler && !node.finalizer) return node.block;
+      return finishNode(node, "TryStatement");
+
+    case tt._var:
+    case tt._let:
+    case tt._const:
+      return parseVar();
+
+    case tt._while:
+      next();
+      node.test = parseParenExpression();
+      node.body = parseStatement();
+      return finishNode(node, "WhileStatement");
+
+    case tt._with:
+      next();
+      node.object = parseParenExpression();
+      node.body = parseStatement();
+      return finishNode(node, "WithStatement");
+
+    case tt.braceL:
+      return parseBlock();
+
+    case tt.semi:
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement");
+
+    case tt._class:
+      return parseObj(true, true);
+
+    case tt._import:
+      return parseImport();
+
+    case tt._export:
+      return parseExport();
+
+    default:
+      var expr = parseExpression();
+      if (isDummy(expr)) {
+        next();
+        if (token.type === tt.eof) return finishNode(node, "EmptyStatement");
+        return parseStatement();
+      } else if (starttype === tt.name && expr.type === "Identifier" && eat(tt.colon)) {
+        node.body = parseStatement();
+        node.label = expr;
+        return finishNode(node, "LabeledStatement");
+      } else {
+        node.expression = expr;
+        semicolon();
+        return finishNode(node, "ExpressionStatement");
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parseBlock() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    pushCx();
+    expect(tt.braceL);
+    var blockIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
+    node.body = [];
+    while (!closes(tt.braceR, blockIndent, line, true))
+      node.body.push(parseStatement());
+    popCx();
+    eat(tt.braceR);
+    return finishNode(node, "BlockStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseFor(node, init) {
+    node.init = init;
+    node.test = node.update = null;
+    if (eat(tt.semi) && token.type !== tt.semi) node.test = parseExpression();
+    if (eat(tt.semi) && token.type !== tt.parenR) node.update = parseExpression();
+    popCx();
+    expect(tt.parenR);
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    return finishNode(node, "ForStatement");
+  }
+
+  function parseForIn(node, init) {
+    var type = token.type === tt._in ? "ForInStatement" : "ForOfStatement";
+    next();
+    node.left = init;
+    node.right = parseExpression();
+    popCx();
+    expect(tt.parenR);
+    node.body = parseStatement();
+    return finishNode(node, type);
+  }
+
+  function parseVar(noIn) {
+    var node = startNode();
+    node.kind = token.type.keyword;
+    next();
+    node.declarations = [];
+    do {
+      var decl = startNode();
+      decl.id = options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? toAssignable(parseExprAtom()) : parseIdent();
+      decl.init = eat(tt.eq) ? parseExpression(true, noIn) : null;
+      node.declarations.push(finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
+    } while (eat(tt.comma));
+    if (!node.declarations.length) {
+      var decl = startNode();
+      decl.id = dummyIdent();
+      node.declarations.push(finishNode(decl, "VariableDeclarator"));
+    }
+    if (!noIn) semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "VariableDeclaration");
+  }
+
+  function parseExpression(noComma, noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var expr = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
+    if (!noComma && token.type === tt.comma) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.expressions = [expr];
+      while (eat(tt.comma)) node.expressions.push(parseMaybeAssign(noIn));
+      return finishNode(node, "SequenceExpression");
+    }
+    return expr;
+  }
+
+  function parseParenExpression() {
+    pushCx();
+    expect(tt.parenL);
+    var val = parseExpression();
+    popCx();
+    expect(tt.parenR);
+    return val;
+  }
+
+  function parseMaybeAssign(noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var left = parseMaybeConditional(noIn);
+    if (token.type.isAssign) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.operator = token.value;
+      node.left = token.type === tt.eq ? toAssignable(left) : checkLVal(left);
+      next();
+      node.right = parseMaybeAssign(noIn);
+      return finishNode(node, "AssignmentExpression");
+    }
+    return left;
+  }
+
+  function parseMaybeConditional(noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var expr = parseExprOps(noIn);
+    if (eat(tt.question)) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.test = expr;
+      node.consequent = parseExpression(true);
+      node.alternate = expect(tt.colon) ? parseExpression(true, noIn) : dummyIdent();
+      return finishNode(node, "ConditionalExpression");
+    }
+    return expr;
+  }
+
+  function parseExprOps(noIn) {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var indent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
+    return parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(noIn), start, -1, noIn, indent, line);
+  }
+
+  function parseExprOp(left, start, minPrec, noIn, indent, line) {
+    if (curLineStart != line && curIndent < indent && tokenStartsLine()) return left;
+    var prec = token.type.binop;
+    if (prec != null && (!noIn || token.type !== tt._in)) {
+      if (prec > minPrec) {
+        var node = startNodeAt(start);
+        node.left = left;
+        node.operator = token.value;
+        next();
+        if (curLineStart != line && curIndent < indent && tokenStartsLine()) {
+          node.right = dummyIdent();
+        } else {
+          var rightStart = storeCurrentPos();
+          node.right = parseExprOp(parseMaybeUnary(noIn), rightStart, prec, noIn, indent, line);
+        }
+        finishNode(node, /&&|\|\|/.test(node.operator) ? "LogicalExpression" : "BinaryExpression");
+        return parseExprOp(node, start, minPrec, noIn, indent, line);
+      }
+    }
+    return left;
+  }
+
+  function parseMaybeUnary(noIn) {
+    if (token.type.prefix) {
+      var node = startNode(), update = token.type.isUpdate, nodeType;
+      if (token.type === tt.ellipsis) {
+        nodeType = "SpreadElement";
+      } else {
+        nodeType = update ? "UpdateExpression" : "UnaryExpression";
+        node.operator = token.value;
+        node.prefix = true;
+      }
+      node.operator = token.value;
+      node.prefix = true;
+      next();
+      node.argument = parseMaybeUnary(noIn);
+      if (update) node.argument = checkLVal(node.argument);
+      return finishNode(node, nodeType);
+    }
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    var expr = parseExprSubscripts();
+    while (token.type.postfix && !canInsertSemicolon()) {
+      var node = startNodeAt(start);
+      node.operator = token.value;
+      node.prefix = false;
+      node.argument = checkLVal(expr);
+      next();
+      expr = finishNode(node, "UpdateExpression");
+    }
+    return expr;
+  }
+
+  function parseExprSubscripts() {
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    return parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), start, false, curIndent, curLineStart);
+  }
+
+  function parseSubscripts(base, start, noCalls, startIndent, line) {
+    for (;;) {
+      if (curLineStart != line && curIndent <= startIndent && tokenStartsLine()) {
+        if (token.type == tt.dot && curIndent == startIndent)
+          --startIndent;
+        else
+          return base;
+      }
+
+      if (eat(tt.dot)) {
+        var node = startNodeAt(start);
+        node.object = base;
+        if (curLineStart != line && curIndent <= startIndent && tokenStartsLine())
+          node.property = dummyIdent();
+        else
+          node.property = parsePropertyAccessor() || dummyIdent();
+        node.computed = false;
+        base = finishNode(node, "MemberExpression");
+      } else if (token.type == tt.bracketL) {
+        pushCx();
+        next();
+        var node = startNodeAt(start);
+        node.object = base;
+        node.property = parseExpression();
+        node.computed = true;
+        popCx();
+        expect(tt.bracketR);
+        base = finishNode(node, "MemberExpression");
+      } else if (!noCalls && token.type == tt.parenL) {
+        pushCx();
+        var node = startNodeAt(start);
+        node.callee = base;
+        node.arguments = parseExprList(tt.parenR);
+        base = finishNode(node, "CallExpression");
+      } else if (token.type == tt.template) {
+        var node = startNodeAt(start);
+        node.tag = base;
+        node.quasi = parseTemplate();
+        base = finishNode(node, "TaggedTemplateExpression");
+      } else {
+        return base;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parseExprAtom() {
+    switch (token.type) {
+    case tt._this:
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "ThisExpression");
+
+    case tt.name:
+      var start = storeCurrentPos();
+      var id = parseIdent();
+      return eat(tt.arrow) ? parseArrowExpression(startNodeAt(start), [id]) : id;
+
+    case tt.regexp:
+      var node = startNode();
+      var val = token.value;
+      node.regex = {pattern: val.pattern, flags: val.flags};
+      node.value = val.value;
+      node.raw = input.slice(token.start, token.end);
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
+
+    case tt.num: case tt.string:
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.value = token.value;
+      node.raw = input.slice(token.start, token.end);
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
+
+    case tt._null: case tt._true: case tt._false:
+      var node = startNode();
+      node.value = token.type.atomValue;
+      node.raw = token.type.keyword;
+      next();
+      return finishNode(node, "Literal");
+
+    case tt.parenL:
+      var start = storeCurrentPos();
+      next();
+      var val = parseExpression();
+      expect(tt.parenR);
+      if (eat(tt.arrow)) {
+        return parseArrowExpression(startNodeAt(start), val.expressions || (isDummy(val) ? [] : [val]));
+      }
+      if (options.preserveParens) {
+        var par = startNodeAt(start);
+        par.expression = val;
+        val = finishNode(par, "ParenthesizedExpression");
+      }
+      return val;
+
+    case tt.bracketL:
+      var node = startNode();
+      pushCx();
+      node.elements = parseExprList(tt.bracketR, true);
+      return finishNode(node, "ArrayExpression");
+
+    case tt.braceL:
+      return parseObj();
+
+    case tt._class:
+      return parseObj(true);
+
+    case tt._function:
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      return parseFunction(node, false);
+
+    case tt._new:
+      return parseNew();
+
+    case tt._yield:
+      var node = startNode();
+      next();
+      if (semicolon() || canInsertSemicolon()) {
+        node.delegate = false;
+        node.argument = null;
+      } else {
+        node.delegate = eat(tt.star);
+        node.argument = parseExpression(true);
+      }
+      return finishNode(node, "YieldExpression");
+
+    case tt.template:
+      return parseTemplate();
+
+    default:
+      return dummyIdent();
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parseNew() {
+    var node = startNode(), startIndent = curIndent, line = curLineStart;
+    next();
+    var start = storeCurrentPos();
+    node.callee = parseSubscripts(parseExprAtom(), start, true, startIndent, line);
+    if (token.type == tt.parenL) {
+      pushCx();
+      node.arguments = parseExprList(tt.parenR);
+    } else {
+      node.arguments = [];
+    }
+    return finishNode(node, "NewExpression");
+  }
+
+  function parseTemplateElement() {
+    var elem = startNodeAt(options.locations ? [token.start + 1, token.startLoc.offset(1)] : token.start + 1);
+    elem.value = token.value;
+    elem.tail = input.charCodeAt(token.end - 1) !== 123; // '{'
+    var endOff = elem.tail ? 1 : 2;
+    var endPos = options.locations ? [token.end - endOff, token.endLoc.offset(-endOff)] : token.end - endOff;
+    next();
+    return finishNodeAt(elem, "TemplateElement", endPos);
+  }
+
+  function parseTemplate() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    node.expressions = [];
+    var curElt = parseTemplateElement();
+    node.quasis = [curElt];
+    while (!curElt.tail) {
+      var next = parseExpression();
+      if (isDummy(next)) {
+        node.quasis[node.quasis.length - 1].tail = true;
+        break;
+      }
+      node.expressions.push(next);
+      if (token.type === tt.templateContinued) {
+        node.quasis.push(curElt = parseTemplateElement());
+      } else {
+        curElt = startNode();
+        curElt.value = {cooked: "", raw: ""};
+        curElt.tail = true;
+        node.quasis.push(curElt);
+      }
+    }
+    return finishNode(node, "TemplateLiteral");
+  }
+
+  function parseObj(isClass, isStatement) {
+    var node = startNode();
+    if (isClass) {
+      next();
+      if (token.type === tt.name) node.id = parseIdent();
+      else if (isStatement) node.id = dummyIdent();
+      node.superClass = eat(tt._extends) ? parseExpression() : null;
+      node.body = startNode();
+      node.body.body = [];
+    } else {
+      node.properties = [];
+    }
+    pushCx();
+    var indent = curIndent + 1, line = curLineStart;
+    eat(tt.braceL);
+    if (curIndent + 1 < indent) { indent = curIndent; line = curLineStart; }
+    while (!closes(tt.braceR, indent, line)) {
+      var prop = startNode(), isGenerator;
+      if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+        if (isClass) {
+          if (prop['static'] = (token.type === tt.name && token.value === "static")) next();
+        } else {
+          prop.method = false;
+          prop.shorthand = false;
+        }
+        isGenerator = eat(tt.star);
+      }
+      parsePropertyName(prop);
+      if (isDummy(prop.key)) { if (isDummy(parseExpression(true))) next(); eat(tt.comma); continue; }
+      if (!isClass && eat(tt.colon)) {
+        prop.kind = "init";
+        prop.value = parseExpression(true);
+      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && (token.type === tt.parenL || token.type === tt.braceL)) {
+        if (isClass) {
+          prop.kind = "";
+        } else {
+          prop.kind = "init";
+          prop.method = true;
+        }
+        prop.value = parseMethod(isGenerator);
+      } else if (options.ecmaVersion >= 5 && prop.key.type === "Identifier" &&
+                 (prop.key.name === "get" || prop.key.name === "set") &&
+                 (token.type != tt.comma && token.type != tt.braceR)) {
+        prop.kind = prop.key.name;
+        parsePropertyName(prop);
+        prop.value = parseMethod(false);
+      } else if (isClass) {
+        prop.kind = "";
+        prop.value = parseMethod(isGenerator);
+      } else {
+        prop.kind = "init";
+        prop.value = options.ecmaVersion >= 6 ? prop.key : dummyIdent();
+        prop.shorthand = true;
+      }
+
+      if (isClass) {
+        node.body.body.push(finishNode(prop, "MethodDefinition"));
+        semicolon();
+      } else {
+        node.properties.push(finishNode(prop, "Property"));
+        eat(tt.comma);
+      }
+    }
+    popCx();
+    if (!eat(tt.braceR)) {
+      // If there is no closing brace, make the node span to the start
+      // of the next token (this is useful for Tern)
+      lastEnd = token.start;
+      if (options.locations) lastEndLoc = token.startLoc;
+    }
+    if (isClass) {
+      semicolon();
+      finishNode(node.body, "ClassBody");
+      return finishNode(node, isStatement ? "ClassDeclaration" : "ClassExpression");
+    } else {
+      return finishNode(node, "ObjectExpression");
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parsePropertyName(prop) {
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      if (eat(tt.bracketL)) {
+        prop.computed = true;
+        prop.key = parseExpression();
+        expect(tt.bracketR);
+        return;
+      } else {
+        prop.computed = false;
+      }
+    }
+    var key = (token.type === tt.num || token.type === tt.string) ? parseExprAtom() : parseIdent();
+    prop.key = key || dummyIdent();
+  }
+
+  function parsePropertyAccessor() {
+    if (token.type === tt.name || token.type.keyword) return parseIdent();
+  }
+
+  function parseIdent() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    node.name = token.type === tt.name ? token.value : token.type.keyword;
+    next();
+    return finishNode(node, "Identifier");
+  }
+
+  function initFunction(node) {
+    node.id = null;
+    node.params = [];
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      node.defaults = [];
+      node.rest = null;
+      node.generator = false;
+      node.expression = false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Convert existing expression atom to assignable pattern
+  // if possible.
+
+  function toAssignable(node) {
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && node) {
+      switch (node.type) {
+        case "ObjectExpression":
+          node.type = "ObjectPattern";
+          var props = node.properties;
+          for (var i = 0; i < props.length; i++) {
+            props[i].value = toAssignable(props[i].value);
+          }
+          break;
+
+        case "ArrayExpression":
+          node.type = "ArrayPattern";
+          var elms = node.elements;
+          for (var i = 0; i < elms.length; i++) {
+            elms[i] = toAssignable(elms[i]);
+          }
+          break;
+
+        case "SpreadElement":
+          node.argument = toAssignable(node.argument);
+          break;
+
+        case "AssignmentExpression":
+          if (node.operator === "=")
+            node.type = "AssignmentPattern";
+          break;
+      }
+    }
+    return checkLVal(node);
+  }
+
+  function parseFunctionParams(node, params) {
+    var defaults = [], hasDefaults = false;
+
+    if (!params) {
+      pushCx();
+      params = parseExprList(tt.parenR);
+    }
+    for (var i = 0; i < params.length; i++) {
+      var param = params[i], defValue = null;
+      if (param.type === "AssignmentExpression") {
+        defValue = param.right;
+        param = param.left;
+      }
+      param = toAssignable(param);
+      if (param.type === "SpreadElement") {
+        param = param.argument;
+        if (i === params.length - 1) {
+          node.rest = param;
+          continue;
+        }
+      }
+      node.params.push(param);
+      defaults.push(defValue);
+      if (defValue) hasDefaults = true;
+    }
+
+    if (hasDefaults) node.defaults = defaults;
+  }
+
+  function parseFunction(node, isStatement) {
+    initFunction(node);
+    if (options.ecmaVersion >= 6) {
+      node.generator = eat(tt.star);
+    }
+    if (token.type === tt.name) node.id = parseIdent();
+    else if (isStatement) node.id = dummyIdent();
+    parseFunctionParams(node);
+    node.body = parseBlock();
+    return finishNode(node, isStatement ? "FunctionDeclaration" : "FunctionExpression");
+  }
+
+  function parseMethod(isGenerator) {
+    var node = startNode();
+    initFunction(node);
+    parseFunctionParams(node);
+    node.generator = isGenerator || false;
+    node.expression = options.ecmaVersion >= 6 && token.type !== tt.braceL;
+    node.body = node.expression ? parseExpression(true) : parseBlock();
+    return finishNode(node, "FunctionExpression");
+  }
+
+  function parseArrowExpression(node, params) {
+    initFunction(node);
+    parseFunctionParams(node, params);
+    node.expression = token.type !== tt.braceL;
+    node.body = node.expression ? parseExpression(true) : parseBlock();
+    return finishNode(node, "ArrowFunctionExpression");
+  }
+
+  function parseExport() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    next();
+    node['default'] = eat(tt._default);
+    node.specifiers = node.source = null;
+    if (node['default']) {
+      node.declaration = parseExpression();
+      semicolon();
+    } else if (token.type.keyword) {
+      node.declaration = parseStatement();
+    } else {
+      node.declaration = null;
+      parseSpecifierList(node, "Export");
+    }
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "ExportDeclaration");
+  }
+
+  function parseImport() {
+    var node = startNode();
+    next();
+    if (token.type === tt.string) {
+      node.specifiers = [];
+      node.source = parseExprAtom();
+      node.kind = '';
+    } else {
+      if (token.type === tt.name && token.value !== "from") {
+        var elt = startNode();
+        elt.id = parseIdent();
+        elt.name = null;
+        elt['default'] = true;
+        finishNode(elt, "ImportSpecifier");
+        eat(tt.comma);
+      }
+      parseSpecifierList(node, "Import");
+      var specs = node.specifiers;
+      for (var i = 0; i < specs.length; i++) specs[i]['default'] = false;
+      if (elt) node.specifiers.unshift(elt);
+    }
+    semicolon();
+    return finishNode(node, "ImportDeclaration");
+  }
+
+  function parseSpecifierList(node, prefix) {
+    var elts = node.specifiers = [];
+    if (token.type === tt.star) {
+      var elt = startNode();
+      next();
+      if (token.type === tt.name && token.value === "as") {
+        next();
+        elt.name = parseIdent();
+      }
+      elts.push(finishNode(elt, prefix + "BatchSpecifier"));
+    } else {
+      var indent = curIndent, line = curLineStart, continuedLine = nextLineStart;
+      pushCx();
+      eat(tt.braceL);
+      if (curLineStart > continuedLine) continuedLine = curLineStart;
+      while (!closes(tt.braceR, indent + (curLineStart <= continuedLine ? 1 : 0), line)) {
+        var elt = startNode();
+        if (token.type === tt.star) {
+          next();
+          if (token.type === tt.name && token.value === "as") {
+            next();
+            elt.name = parseIdent();
+          }
+          finishNode(elt, prefix + "BatchSpecifier");
+        } else {
+          if (token.type === tt.name && token.value === "from") break;
+          elt.id = parseIdent();
+          if (token.type === tt.name && token.value === "as") {
+            next();
+            elt.name = parseIdent();
+          } else {
+            elt.name = null;
+          }
+          finishNode(elt, prefix + "Specifier");
+        }
+        elts.push(elt);
+        eat(tt.comma);
+      }
+      eat(tt.braceR);
+      popCx();
+    }
+    if (token.type === tt.name && token.value === "from") {
+      next();
+      node.source = parseExprAtom();
+    } else {
+      node.source = null;
+    }
+  }
+
+  function parseExprList(close, allowEmpty) {
+    var indent = curIndent, line = curLineStart, elts = [];
+    next(); // Opening bracket
+    while (!closes(close, indent + 1, line)) {
+      if (eat(tt.comma)) {
+        elts.push(allowEmpty ? null : dummyIdent());
+        continue;
+      }
+      var elt = parseExpression(true);
+      if (isDummy(elt)) {
+        if (closes(close, indent, line)) break;
+        next();
+      } else {
+        elts.push(elt);
+      }
+      eat(tt.comma);
+    }
+    popCx();
+    if (!eat(close)) {
+      // If there is no closing brace, make the node span to the start
+      // of the next token (this is useful for Tern)
+      lastEnd = token.start;
+      if (options.locations) lastEndLoc = token.startLoc;
+    }
+    return elts;
+  }
+});
--- a/toolkit/devtools/acorn/walk.js
+++ b/toolkit/devtools/acorn/walk.js
@@ -27,16 +27,33 @@
     function c(node, st, override) {
       var type = override || node.type, found = visitors[type];
       base[type](node, st, c);
       if (found) found(node, st);
     }
     c(node, state);
   };
 
+  // An ancestor walk builds up an array of ancestor nodes (including
+  // the current node) and passes them to the callback as the state parameter.
+  exports.ancestor = function(node, visitors, base, state) {
+    if (!base) base = exports.base;
+    if (!state) state = [];
+    function c(node, st, override) {
+      var type = override || node.type, found = visitors[type];
+      if (node != st[st.length - 1]) {
+        st = st.slice();
+        st.push(node);
+      }
+      base[type](node, st, c);
+      if (found) found(node, st);
+    }
+    c(node, state);
+  };
+
   // A recursive walk is one where your functions override the default
   // walkers. They can modify and replace the state parameter that's
   // threaded through the walk, and can opt how and whether to walk
   // their child nodes (by calling their third argument on these
   // nodes).
   exports.recursive = function(node, state, funcs, base) {
     var visitor = funcs ? exports.make(funcs, base) : base;
     function c(node, st, override) {
@@ -175,20 +192,20 @@
     c(node.discriminant, st, "Expression");
     for (var i = 0; i < node.cases.length; ++i) {
       var cs = node.cases[i];
       if (cs.test) c(cs.test, st, "Expression");
       for (var j = 0; j < cs.consequent.length; ++j)
         c(cs.consequent[j], st, "Statement");
     }
   };
-  base.ReturnStatement = function(node, st, c) {
+  base.ReturnStatement = base.YieldExpression = function(node, st, c) {
     if (node.argument) c(node.argument, st, "Expression");
   };
-  base.ThrowStatement = function(node, st, c) {
+  base.ThrowStatement = base.SpreadElement = function(node, st, c) {
     c(node.argument, st, "Expression");
   };
   base.TryStatement = function(node, st, c) {
     c(node.block, st, "Statement");
     if (node.handler) c(node.handler.body, st, "ScopeBody");
     if (node.finalizer) c(node.finalizer, st, "Statement");
   };
   base.WhileStatement = function(node, st, c) {
@@ -197,17 +214,17 @@
   };
   base.DoWhileStatement = base.WhileStatement;
   base.ForStatement = function(node, st, c) {
     if (node.init) c(node.init, st, "ForInit");
     if (node.test) c(node.test, st, "Expression");
     if (node.update) c(node.update, st, "Expression");
     c(node.body, st, "Statement");
   };
-  base.ForInStatement = function(node, st, c) {
+  base.ForInStatement = base.ForOfStatement = function(node, st, c) {
     c(node.left, st, "ForInit");
     c(node.right, st, "Expression");
     c(node.body, st, "Statement");
   };
   base.ForInit = function(node, st, c) {
     if (node.type == "VariableDeclaration") c(node, st);
     else c(node, st, "Expression");
   };
@@ -235,20 +252,20 @@
   base.ArrayExpression = function(node, st, c) {
     for (var i = 0; i < node.elements.length; ++i) {
       var elt = node.elements[i];
       if (elt) c(elt, st, "Expression");
     }
   };
   base.ObjectExpression = function(node, st, c) {
     for (var i = 0; i < node.properties.length; ++i)
-      c(node.properties[i].value, st, "Expression");
+      c(node.properties[i], st);
   };
-  base.FunctionExpression = base.FunctionDeclaration;
-  base.SequenceExpression = function(node, st, c) {
+  base.FunctionExpression = base.ArrowFunctionExpression = base.FunctionDeclaration;
+  base.SequenceExpression = base.TemplateLiteral = function(node, st, c) {
     for (var i = 0; i < node.expressions.length; ++i)
       c(node.expressions[i], st, "Expression");
   };
   base.UnaryExpression = base.UpdateExpression = function(node, st, c) {
     c(node.argument, st, "Expression");
   };
   base.BinaryExpression = base.AssignmentExpression = base.LogicalExpression = function(node, st, c) {
     c(node.left, st, "Expression");
@@ -263,17 +280,38 @@
     c(node.callee, st, "Expression");
     if (node.arguments) for (var i = 0; i < node.arguments.length; ++i)
       c(node.arguments[i], st, "Expression");
   };
   base.MemberExpression = function(node, st, c) {
     c(node.object, st, "Expression");
     if (node.computed) c(node.property, st, "Expression");
   };
-  base.Identifier = base.Literal = ignore;
+  base.Identifier = base.Literal = base.ExportDeclaration = base.ImportDeclaration = ignore;
+
+  base.TaggedTemplateExpression = function(node, st, c) {
+    c(node.tag, st, "Expression");
+    c(node.quasi, st);
+  };
+  base.ClassDeclaration = base.ClassExpression = function(node, st, c) {
+    if (node.superClass) c(node.superClass, st, "Expression");
+    for (var i = 0; i < node.body.body.length; i++)
+      c(node.body.body[i], st);
+  };
+  base.MethodDefinition = base.Property = function(node, st, c) {
+    if (node.computed) c(node.key, st, "Expression");
+    c(node.value, st, "Expression");
+  };
+  base.ComprehensionExpression = function(node, st, c) {
+    for (var i = 0; i < node.blocks.length; i++)
+      c(node.blocks[i].right, st, "Expression");
+    c(node.body, st, "Expression");
+  };
+
+  // NOTE: the stuff below is deprecated, and will be removed when 1.0 is released
 
   // A custom walker that keeps track of the scope chain and the
   // variables defined in it.
   function makeScope(prev, isCatch) {
     return {vars: Object.create(null), prev: prev, isCatch: isCatch};
   }
   function normalScope(scope) {
     while (scope.isCatch) scope = scope.prev;
--- a/toolkit/devtools/pretty-fast/pretty-fast.js
+++ b/toolkit/devtools/pretty-fast/pretty-fast.js
@@ -1,18 +1,20 @@
 /* -*- indent-tabs-mode: nil; js-indent-level: 2; fill-column: 80 -*- */
 /*
  * Copyright 2013 Mozilla Foundation and contributors
  * Licensed under the New BSD license. See LICENSE.md or:
  * http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-2-Clause
  */
 (function (root, factory) {
-  if (typeof define === 'function' && define.amd) {
+  "use strict";
+
+  if (typeof define === "function" && define.amd) {
     define(factory);
-  } else if (typeof exports === 'object') {
+  } else if (typeof exports === "object") {
     module.exports = factory();
   } else {
     root.prettyFast = factory();
   }
 }(this, function () {
   "use strict";
 
   var acorn = this.acorn || require("acorn/acorn");
@@ -87,17 +89,19 @@
       return false;
     }
     if (!lastToken) {
       return true;
     }
     if (lastToken.type.isAssign) {
       return true;
     }
-    return !!PRE_ARRAY_LITERAL_TOKENS[lastToken.type.keyword || lastToken.type.type];
+    return !!PRE_ARRAY_LITERAL_TOKENS[
+      lastToken.type.keyword || lastToken.type.type
+    ];
   }
 
   // If any of these tokens are followed by a token on a new line, we know that
   // ASI cannot happen.
   var PREVENT_ASI_AFTER_TOKENS = {
     // Binary operators
     "*": true,
     "/": true,
@@ -204,17 +208,19 @@
    */
   function isASI(token, lastToken) {
     if (!lastToken) {
       return false;
     }
     if (token.startLoc.line === lastToken.startLoc.line) {
       return false;
     }
-    if (PREVENT_ASI_AFTER_TOKENS[lastToken.type.type || lastToken.type.keyword]) {
+    if (PREVENT_ASI_AFTER_TOKENS[
+      lastToken.type.type || lastToken.type.keyword
+    ]) {
       return false;
     }
     if (PREVENT_ASI_BEFORE_TOKENS[token.type.type || token.type.keyword]) {
       return false;
     }
     return true;
   }
 
@@ -485,18 +491,18 @@
       }
       n >>= 1;
       str += str;
     }
     return result;
   }
 
   /**
-   * Make sure that we output the escaped character combination inside string literals
-   * instead of various problematic characters.
+   * Make sure that we output the escaped character combination inside string
+   * literals instead of various problematic characters.
    */
   var sanitize = (function () {
     var escapeCharacters = {
       // Backslash
       "\\": "\\\\",
       // Newlines
       "\n": "\\n",
       // Carriage return
@@ -515,37 +521,39 @@
 
     var regExpString = "("
       + Object.keys(escapeCharacters)
               .map(function (c) { return escapeCharacters[c]; })
               .join("|")
       + ")";
     var escapeCharactersRegExp = new RegExp(regExpString, "g");
 
-    return function(str) {
+    return function (str) {
       return str.replace(escapeCharactersRegExp, function (_, c) {
         return escapeCharacters[c];
       });
-    }
+    };
   }());
   /**
    * Add the given token to the pretty printed results.
    *
    * @param Object token
    *        The token to add.
    * @param Function write
    *        The function to write pretty printed code to the result SourceNode.
-   * @param Object options
-   *        The options object.
    */
-  function addToken(token, write, options) {
+  function addToken(token, write) {
     if (token.type.type == "string") {
       write("'" + sanitize(token.value) + "'",
             token.startLoc.line,
             token.startLoc.column);
+    } else if (token.type.type == "regexp") {
+      write(String(token.value.value),
+            token.startLoc.line,
+            token.startLoc.column);
     } else {
       write(String(token.value != null ? token.value : token.type.type),
             token.startLoc.line,
             token.startLoc.column);
     }
   }
 
   /**
@@ -579,17 +587,17 @@
   }
 
   /**
    * Returns true if the given token type should cause us to decrement the
    * indent level.
    */
   function decrementsIndent(tokenType, stack) {
     return tokenType == "}"
-      || (tokenType == "]" && stack[stack.length - 1] == "[\n")
+      || (tokenType == "]" && stack[stack.length - 1] == "[\n");
   }
 
   /**
    * Returns true if the given token should cause us to increment the indent
    * level.
    */
   function incrementsIndent(token) {
     return token.type.type == "{"
@@ -685,22 +693,23 @@
         }
         buffer.push(str);
 
         if (str == "\n") {
           var lineStr = "";
           for (var i = 0, len = buffer.length; i < len; i++) {
             lineStr += buffer[i];
           }
-          result.add(new SourceNode(bufferLine, bufferColumn, options.url, lineStr));
+          result.add(new SourceNode(bufferLine, bufferColumn, options.url,
+                                    lineStr));
           buffer.splice(0, buffer.length);
           bufferLine = -1;
           bufferColumn = -1;
         }
-      }
+      };
     }());
 
     // Whether or not we added a newline on after we added the last token.
     var addedNewline = false;
 
     // The current token we will be adding to the pretty printed code.
     var token;
 
@@ -768,17 +777,17 @@
         } else {
           addComment(write, indentLevel, options, block, text, startLoc.line,
                      startLoc.column);
           addedNewline = true;
         }
       }
     });
 
-    while (true) {
+    for (;;) {
       token = getToken();
 
       ttk = token.type.keyword;
       ttt = token.type.type;
 
       if (ttt == "eof") {
         if (!addedNewline) {
           write("\n");
@@ -802,18 +811,18 @@
             && stack.length > 1
             && stack[stack.length - 2] == "switch") {
           indentLevel--;
         }
       }
 
       prependWhiteSpace(token, lastToken, addedNewline, write, options,
                         indentLevel, stack);
-      addToken(token, write, options);
-      if (commentQueue.length == 0 || !commentQueue[0].trailing) {
+      addToken(token, write);
+      if (commentQueue.length === 0 || !commentQueue[0].trailing) {
         addedNewline = appendNewline(token, write, stack);
       }
 
       if (shouldStackPop(token, stack)) {
         stack.pop();
         if (token == "}" && stack.length
             && stack[stack.length - 1] == "switch") {
           stack.pop();
--- a/toolkit/devtools/pretty-fast/tests/unit/test.js
+++ b/toolkit/devtools/pretty-fast/tests/unit/test.js
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-/* -*- indent-tabs-mode: nil; js-indent-level: 2; fill-column: 80 -*- */
+/* -*- Mode: js; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; js-indent-level: 2; fill-column: 80 -*- */
 
 "use strict";
 
 /*
  * Copyright 2013 Mozilla Foundation and contributors
  * Licensed under the New BSD license. See LICENSE.md or:
  * http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-2-Clause
  */