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a65302c725efeb28f67fa635810e688c29f5b0a7 — Nate 1 year, 6 months ago 50ee260
rebuilding site Wed Nov  6 21:20:56 CST 2019: search v0.001
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const fs = require('fs').promises;
const {promisify} = require('util');
const frontMatterParser = require('parser-front-matter');

const parse = promisify(frontMatterParser.parse.bind(frontMatterParser));

async function loadPostsWithFrontMatter(postsDirectoryPath) {
  const postNames = await fs.readdir(postsDirectoryPath);
  const posts = await Promise.all(
    postNames.map(async fileName => {
      const fileContent = await fs.readFile(
        `${postsDirectoryPath}/${fileName}`,
        'utf8'
      );
      const {content, data} = await parse(fileContent);
      return {
        content: content.slice(0, 5000),
        ...data
      };
    })
  );
  return posts;
}

const lunrjs = require('lunr');

function makeIndex(posts) {
  return lunrjs(function() {
    this.ref('title');
    this.field('title');
    this.field('author');
    this.field('date');
    this.field('content');
    this.field('tags');
    posts.forEach(p => {
      this.add(p);
    });
  });
}

async function run() {
  const posts = await loadPostsWithFrontMatter(`${__dirname}/content/post/2019/11`);
  const index = makeIndex(posts);
  console.log(JSON.stringify(index));
}

run()
  .then(() => process.exit(0))
  .catch(error => {
    console.error(error.stack);
    process.exit(1);
  });

M config.yaml => config.yaml +6 -2
@@ 4,7 4,7 @@ languageCode: en-us
title: The Taliaferro Times Online
theme:
summaryLength: 20
copyright: The Taliaferro Times - A public forum for student expression - student editors make all content decisions. Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a 
copyright: The Taliaferro Times - A public forum for student expression - student editors make all content decisions. Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a
authorHead: BTW Newspaper
thumbnailHead: /images/author.png
descriptionHead: The official school newspaper and creative writing club of Booker T. Washington High School.


@@ 17,7 17,7 @@ params:
  social:
    twitter: btw_news
    instagram: btw_news
  copyrightLicense: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. 
  copyrightLicense: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
  copyrightLink: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
  logo: logo.png



@@ 36,3 36,7 @@ menu:
    name: About
    weight: 100
    url: /about/
  - identifier: search
    name: Search
    weight: 100
    url: /search/

M content/post/2019-04-bees.md => content/post/2019-04-bees.md +0 -1
@@ 1,5 1,4 @@
---
date: 2019-04-12
title: "Bees"
author: Anonymous
date: 2019-04-12

M content/post/2019/11/bradford-pear.md => content/post/2019/11/bradford-pear.md +1 -1
@@ 4,7 4,7 @@ author: Raven Arterberry
date: 2019-11-06
description:
image: "uploads/2019/11/joshua-michaels-FOgxRVxjGSs-unsplash.jpg"
imageDescription: ""
imageDescription: "Bradford Pear tree branches in autumn"
tags: ["report", "other"]
comments: false
draft: false

M content/post/2019/11/joe-mama.md => content/post/2019/11/joe-mama.md +1 -1
@@ 4,7 4,7 @@ author: Ian Benway
date: 2019-11-06
description:
image: "uploads/2019/11/paul-gilmore-mwWJul4WkqU-unsplash.jpg"
imageDescription: ""
imageDescription: "starry night"
tags: ["creative-writing"]
comments: false
draft: false

M content/post/2019/11/senior-season.md => content/post/2019/11/senior-season.md +1 -1
@@ 4,7 4,7 @@ author: Baylee McDonald
date: 2019-11-06
description:
image: "uploads/2019/11/thomas-millot-2JSLLwtM8MU-unsplash.jpg"
imageDescription: ""
imageDescription: "a wasp"
tags: ["creative-writing"]
comments: false
draft: false

A content/search.md => content/search.md +4 -0
@@ 0,0 1,4 @@
---
type: search-page
layout: search
---

A generate.sh => generate.sh +1 -0
@@ 0,0 1,1 @@
node ./build-lunrjs-index.js > static/gen/search-index.json

M layouts/404.html => layouts/404.html +3 -3
@@ 9,11 9,11 @@
            <div class="col-md-1"></div>
            <div class="col-md-10 error">
                <div class="mainheading">
                    <h1 class="posttitle">{{ .Title }}</h1> 
                    <h1 class="posttitle">{{ .Title }}</h1>
                </div>
                <div class="article-post">
                    Oops! This is obviously not what you are looking for.<br>
                    Click <a href="/">here</a> to start all over again.                
                    Click <a href="/">here</a> to start all over again.
                </div>
            </div>
            <div class="col-md-1"></div>


@@ 23,4 23,4 @@
{{ end }}

{{ define "footer"}}
{{ end }}
\ No newline at end of file
{{ end }}

A layouts/search-page/search.html => layouts/search-page/search.html +59 -0
@@ 0,0 1,59 @@
<div>

<form method="get" action="">
  <input id="search" name="q" type="text" />
  <button type="submit" class="button">Search</button>
  <a href="/search">Clear</a>
</form>
<div id="#app"></div>

<script src="https://unpkg.com/lunr/lunr.js"></script>

<!-- Generate a list of posts so we can display them -->
{{ $p := slice }}
{{ range (where .Site.RegularPages "Section" "==" "post") }}
  {{ $post := dict "link" .RelPermalink "title" .Title "content" (substr .Plain 0 200) -}}
  {{ $p = $p | append $post -}}
{{ end }}

<script>
const posts = JSON.parse(
  {{ $p | jsonify }}
);
const query = new URLSearchParams(window.location.search);
const searchString = query.get('q');
document.querySelector('#search').value = searchString;
const $target = document.querySelector('#app');

// Our index uses title as a reference
const postsByTitle = posts.reduce((acc, curr) => {
  acc[curr.title] = curr;
  return acc;
}, {});

fetch('/gen/search-index.json').then(function (res) {
  return res.json();
}).then(function (data) {
  const index = lunr.Index.load(data);
  const matches = index.search(searchString);
  const matchPosts = [];
  matches.forEach((m) => {
    matchPosts.push(postsByTitle[m.ref]);
  });

  if (matchPosts.length > 0) {
    $target.innerHTML = matchPosts.map(p => {
      return `<div>
        <h3><a href="${p.link}">${p.title}</a></h3>
        <p>${p.content}...</p>
      </div>`;
    }).join('');
  } else {
    $target.innerHTML = `<div>No search results found</div>`;
  }
});


</script>

</div>

A node_modules/.bin/esparse => node_modules/.bin/esparse +1 -0
@@ 0,0 1,1 @@
../esprima/bin/esparse.js
\ No newline at end of file

A node_modules/.bin/esvalidate => node_modules/.bin/esvalidate +1 -0
@@ 0,0 1,1 @@
../esprima/bin/esvalidate.js
\ No newline at end of file

A node_modules/.bin/js-yaml => node_modules/.bin/js-yaml +1 -0
@@ 0,0 1,1 @@
../js-yaml/bin/js-yaml.js
\ No newline at end of file

A node_modules/argparse/CHANGELOG.md => node_modules/argparse/CHANGELOG.md +185 -0
@@ 0,0 1,185 @@
1.0.10 / 2018-02-15
------------------

- Use .concat instead of + for arrays, #122.


1.0.9 / 2016-09-29
------------------

- Rerelease after 1.0.8 - deps cleanup.


1.0.8 / 2016-09-29
------------------

- Maintenance (deps bump, fix node 6.5+ tests, coverage report).


1.0.7 / 2016-03-17
------------------

- Teach `addArgument` to accept string arg names. #97, @tomxtobin.


1.0.6 / 2016-02-06
------------------

- Maintenance: moved to eslint & updated CS.


1.0.5 / 2016-02-05
------------------

- Removed lodash dependency to significantly reduce install size.
  Thanks to @mourner.


1.0.4 / 2016-01-17
------------------

- Maintenance: lodash update to 4.0.0.


1.0.3 / 2015-10-27
------------------

- Fix parse `=` in args: `--examplepath="C:\myfolder\env=x64"`. #84, @CatWithApple.


1.0.2 / 2015-03-22
------------------

- Relaxed lodash version dependency.


1.0.1 / 2015-02-20
------------------

- Changed dependencies to be compatible with ancient nodejs.


1.0.0 / 2015-02-19
------------------

- Maintenance release.
- Replaced `underscore` with `lodash`.
- Bumped version to 1.0.0 to better reflect semver meaning.
- HISTORY.md -> CHANGELOG.md


0.1.16 / 2013-12-01
-------------------

- Maintenance release. Updated dependencies and docs.


0.1.15 / 2013-05-13
-------------------

- Fixed #55, @trebor89


0.1.14 / 2013-05-12
-------------------

- Fixed #62, @maxtaco


0.1.13 / 2013-04-08
-------------------

- Added `.npmignore` to reduce package size


0.1.12 / 2013-02-10
-------------------

- Fixed conflictHandler (#46), @hpaulj


0.1.11 / 2013-02-07
-------------------

- Multiple bugfixes, @hpaulj
- Added 70+ tests (ported from python), @hpaulj
- Added conflictHandler, @applepicke
- Added fromfilePrefixChar, @hpaulj


0.1.10 / 2012-12-30
-------------------

- Added [mutual exclusion](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#mutual-exclusion)
  support, thanks to @hpaulj
- Fixed options check for `storeConst` & `appendConst` actions, thanks to @hpaulj


0.1.9 / 2012-12-27
------------------

- Fixed option dest interferens with other options (issue #23), thanks to @hpaulj
- Fixed default value behavior with `*` positionals, thanks to @hpaulj
- Improve `getDefault()` behavior, thanks to @hpaulj
- Imrove negative argument parsing, thanks to @hpaulj


0.1.8 / 2012-12-01
------------------

- Fixed parser parents (issue #19), thanks to @hpaulj
- Fixed negative argument parse (issue #20), thanks to @hpaulj


0.1.7 / 2012-10-14
------------------

- Fixed 'choices' argument parse (issue #16)
- Fixed stderr output (issue #15)


0.1.6 / 2012-09-09
------------------

- Fixed check for conflict of options (thanks to @tomxtobin)


0.1.5 / 2012-09-03
------------------

- Fix parser #setDefaults method (thanks to @tomxtobin)


0.1.4 / 2012-07-30
------------------

- Fixed pseudo-argument support (thanks to @CGamesPlay)
- Fixed addHelp default (should be true), if not set (thanks to @benblank)


0.1.3 / 2012-06-27
------------------

- Fixed formatter api name: Formatter -> HelpFormatter


0.1.2 / 2012-05-29
------------------

- Added basic tests
- Removed excess whitespace in help
- Fixed error reporting, when parcer with subcommands
  called with empty arguments


0.1.1 / 2012-05-23
------------------

- Fixed line wrapping in help formatter
- Added better error reporting on invalid arguments


0.1.0 / 2012-05-16
------------------

- First release.

A node_modules/argparse/LICENSE => node_modules/argparse/LICENSE +21 -0
@@ 0,0 1,21 @@
(The MIT License)

Copyright (C) 2012 by Vitaly Puzrin

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
THE SOFTWARE.

A node_modules/argparse/README.md => node_modules/argparse/README.md +257 -0
@@ 0,0 1,257 @@
argparse
========

[![Build Status](https://secure.travis-ci.org/nodeca/argparse.svg?branch=master)](http://travis-ci.org/nodeca/argparse)
[![NPM version](https://img.shields.io/npm/v/argparse.svg)](https://www.npmjs.org/package/argparse)

CLI arguments parser for node.js. Javascript port of python's
[argparse](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html) module
(original version 3.2). That's a full port, except some very rare options,
recorded in issue tracker.

**NB. Difference with original.**

- Method names changed to camelCase. See [generated docs](http://nodeca.github.com/argparse/).
- Use `defaultValue` instead of `default`.
- Use `argparse.Const.REMAINDER` instead of `argparse.REMAINDER`, and
  similarly for constant values `OPTIONAL`, `ZERO_OR_MORE`, and `ONE_OR_MORE`
  (aliases for `nargs` values `'?'`, `'*'`, `'+'`, respectively), and
  `SUPPRESS`.


Example
=======

test.js file:

```javascript
#!/usr/bin/env node
'use strict';

var ArgumentParser = require('../lib/argparse').ArgumentParser;
var parser = new ArgumentParser({
  version: '0.0.1',
  addHelp:true,
  description: 'Argparse example'
});
parser.addArgument(
  [ '-f', '--foo' ],
  {
    help: 'foo bar'
  }
);
parser.addArgument(
  [ '-b', '--bar' ],
  {
    help: 'bar foo'
  }
);
parser.addArgument(
  '--baz',
  {
    help: 'baz bar'
  }
);
var args = parser.parseArgs();
console.dir(args);
```

Display help:

```
$ ./test.js -h
usage: example.js [-h] [-v] [-f FOO] [-b BAR] [--baz BAZ]

Argparse example

Optional arguments:
  -h, --help         Show this help message and exit.
  -v, --version      Show program's version number and exit.
  -f FOO, --foo FOO  foo bar
  -b BAR, --bar BAR  bar foo
  --baz BAZ          baz bar
```

Parse arguments:

```
$ ./test.js -f=3 --bar=4 --baz 5
{ foo: '3', bar: '4', baz: '5' }
```

More [examples](https://github.com/nodeca/argparse/tree/master/examples).


ArgumentParser objects
======================

```
new ArgumentParser({parameters hash});
```

Creates a new ArgumentParser object.

**Supported params:**

- ```description``` - Text to display before the argument help.
- ```epilog``` - Text to display after the argument help.
- ```addHelp``` - Add a -h/–help option to the parser. (default: true)
- ```argumentDefault``` - Set the global default value for arguments. (default: null)
- ```parents``` - A list of ArgumentParser objects whose arguments should also be included.
- ```prefixChars``` - The set of characters that prefix optional arguments. (default: ‘-‘)
- ```formatterClass``` - A class for customizing the help output.
- ```prog``` - The name of the program (default: `path.basename(process.argv[1])`)
- ```usage``` - The string describing the program usage (default: generated)
- ```conflictHandler``` - Usually unnecessary, defines strategy for resolving conflicting optionals.

**Not supported yet**

- ```fromfilePrefixChars``` - The set of characters that prefix files from which additional arguments should be read.


Details in [original ArgumentParser guide](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#argumentparser-objects)


addArgument() method
====================

```
ArgumentParser.addArgument(name or flag or [name] or [flags...], {options})
```

Defines how a single command-line argument should be parsed.

- ```name or flag or [name] or [flags...]``` - Either a positional name
  (e.g., `'foo'`), a single option (e.g., `'-f'` or `'--foo'`), an array
  of a single positional name (e.g., `['foo']`), or an array of options
  (e.g., `['-f', '--foo']`).

Options:

- ```action``` - The basic type of action to be taken when this argument is encountered at the command line.
- ```nargs```- The number of command-line arguments that should be consumed.
- ```constant``` - A constant value required by some action and nargs selections.
- ```defaultValue``` - The value produced if the argument is absent from the command line.
- ```type``` - The type to which the command-line argument should be converted.
- ```choices``` - A container of the allowable values for the argument.
- ```required``` - Whether or not the command-line option may be omitted (optionals only).
- ```help``` - A brief description of what the argument does.
- ```metavar``` - A name for the argument in usage messages.
- ```dest``` - The name of the attribute to be added to the object returned by parseArgs().

Details in [original add_argument guide](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#the-add-argument-method)


Action (some details)
================

ArgumentParser objects associate command-line arguments with actions.
These actions can do just about anything with the command-line arguments associated
with them, though most actions simply add an attribute to the object returned by
parseArgs(). The action keyword argument specifies how the command-line arguments
should be handled. The supported actions are:

- ```store``` - Just stores the argument’s value. This is the default action.
- ```storeConst``` - Stores value, specified by the const keyword argument.
  (Note that the const keyword argument defaults to the rather unhelpful None.)
  The 'storeConst' action is most commonly used with optional arguments, that
  specify some sort of flag.
- ```storeTrue``` and ```storeFalse``` - Stores values True and False
  respectively. These are special cases of 'storeConst'.
- ```append``` - Stores a list, and appends each argument value to the list.
  This is useful to allow an option to be specified multiple times.
- ```appendConst``` - Stores a list, and appends value, specified by the
  const keyword argument to the list. (Note, that the const keyword argument defaults
  is None.) The 'appendConst' action is typically used when multiple arguments need
  to store constants to the same list.
- ```count``` - Counts the number of times a keyword argument occurs. For example,
  used for increasing verbosity levels.
- ```help``` - Prints a complete help message for all the options in the current
  parser and then exits. By default a help action is automatically added to the parser.
  See ArgumentParser for details of how the output is created.
- ```version``` - Prints version information and exit. Expects a `version=`
  keyword argument in the addArgument() call.

Details in [original action guide](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#action)


Sub-commands
============

ArgumentParser.addSubparsers()

Many programs split their functionality into a number of sub-commands, for
example, the svn program can invoke sub-commands like `svn checkout`, `svn update`,
and `svn commit`. Splitting up functionality this way can be a particularly good
idea when a program performs several different functions which require different
kinds of command-line arguments. `ArgumentParser` supports creation of such
sub-commands with `addSubparsers()` method. The `addSubparsers()` method is
normally called with no arguments and returns an special action object.
This object has a single method `addParser()`, which takes a command name and
any `ArgumentParser` constructor arguments, and returns an `ArgumentParser` object
that can be modified as usual.

Example:

sub_commands.js
```javascript
#!/usr/bin/env node
'use strict';

var ArgumentParser = require('../lib/argparse').ArgumentParser;
var parser = new ArgumentParser({
  version: '0.0.1',
  addHelp:true,
  description: 'Argparse examples: sub-commands',
});

var subparsers = parser.addSubparsers({
  title:'subcommands',
  dest:"subcommand_name"
});

var bar = subparsers.addParser('c1', {addHelp:true});
bar.addArgument(
  [ '-f', '--foo' ],
  {
    action: 'store',
    help: 'foo3 bar3'
  }
);
var bar = subparsers.addParser(
  'c2',
  {aliases:['co'], addHelp:true}
);
bar.addArgument(
  [ '-b', '--bar' ],
  {
    action: 'store',
    type: 'int',
    help: 'foo3 bar3'
  }
);

var args = parser.parseArgs();
console.dir(args);

```

Details in [original sub-commands guide](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#sub-commands)


Contributors
============

- [Eugene Shkuropat](https://github.com/shkuropat)
- [Paul Jacobson](https://github.com/hpaulj)

[others](https://github.com/nodeca/argparse/graphs/contributors)

License
=======

Copyright (c) 2012 [Vitaly Puzrin](https://github.com/puzrin).
Released under the MIT license. See
[LICENSE](https://github.com/nodeca/argparse/blob/master/LICENSE) for details.



A node_modules/argparse/index.js => node_modules/argparse/index.js +3 -0
@@ 0,0 1,3 @@
'use strict';

module.exports = require('./lib/argparse');

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action.js +146 -0
@@ 0,0 1,146 @@
/**
 * class Action
 *
 * Base class for all actions
 * Do not call in your code, use this class only for inherits your own action
 *
 * Information about how to convert command line strings to Javascript objects.
 * Action objects are used by an ArgumentParser to represent the information
 * needed to parse a single argument from one or more strings from the command
 * line. The keyword arguments to the Action constructor are also all attributes
 * of Action instances.
 *
 * ##### Allowed keywords:
 *
 * - `store`
 * - `storeConstant`
 * - `storeTrue`
 * - `storeFalse`
 * - `append`
 * - `appendConstant`
 * - `count`
 * - `help`
 * - `version`
 *
 * Information about action options see [[Action.new]]
 *
 * See also [original guide](http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#action)
 *
 **/

'use strict';


// Constants
var c = require('./const');


/**
 * new Action(options)
 *
 * Base class for all actions. Used only for inherits
 *
 *
 * ##### Options:
 *
 * - `optionStrings`  A list of command-line option strings for the action.
 * - `dest`  Attribute to hold the created object(s)
 * - `nargs`  The number of command-line arguments that should be consumed.
 * By default, one argument will be consumed and a single value will be
 * produced.
 * - `constant`  Default value for an action with no value.
 * - `defaultValue`  The value to be produced if the option is not specified.
 * - `type`  Cast to 'string'|'int'|'float'|'complex'|function (string). If
 * None, 'string'.
 * - `choices`  The choices available.
 * - `required`  True if the action must always be specified at the command
 * line.
 * - `help`  The help describing the argument.
 * - `metavar`  The name to be used for the option's argument with the help
 * string. If None, the 'dest' value will be used as the name.
 *
 * ##### nargs supported values:
 *
 * - `N` (an integer) consumes N arguments (and produces a list)
 * - `?`  consumes zero or one arguments
 * - `*` consumes zero or more arguments (and produces a list)
 * - `+` consumes one or more arguments (and produces a list)
 *
 * Note: that the difference between the default and nargs=1 is that with the
 * default, a single value will be produced, while with nargs=1, a list
 * containing a single value will be produced.
 **/
var Action = module.exports = function Action(options) {
  options = options || {};
  this.optionStrings = options.optionStrings || [];
  this.dest = options.dest;
  this.nargs = typeof options.nargs !== 'undefined' ? options.nargs : null;
  this.constant = typeof options.constant !== 'undefined' ? options.constant : null;
  this.defaultValue = options.defaultValue;
  this.type = typeof options.type !== 'undefined' ? options.type : null;
  this.choices = typeof options.choices !== 'undefined' ? options.choices : null;
  this.required = typeof options.required !== 'undefined' ? options.required : false;
  this.help = typeof options.help !== 'undefined' ? options.help : null;
  this.metavar = typeof options.metavar !== 'undefined' ? options.metavar : null;

  if (!(this.optionStrings instanceof Array)) {
    throw new Error('optionStrings should be an array');
  }
  if (typeof this.required !== 'undefined' && typeof this.required !== 'boolean') {
    throw new Error('required should be a boolean');
  }
};

/**
 * Action#getName -> String
 *
 * Tells action name
 **/
Action.prototype.getName = function () {
  if (this.optionStrings.length > 0) {
    return this.optionStrings.join('/');
  } else if (this.metavar !== null && this.metavar !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    return this.metavar;
  } else if (typeof this.dest !== 'undefined' && this.dest !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    return this.dest;
  }
  return null;
};

/**
 * Action#isOptional -> Boolean
 *
 * Return true if optional
 **/
Action.prototype.isOptional = function () {
  return !this.isPositional();
};

/**
 * Action#isPositional -> Boolean
 *
 * Return true if positional
 **/
Action.prototype.isPositional = function () {
  return (this.optionStrings.length === 0);
};

/**
 * Action#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Should be implemented in inherited classes
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      ActionCount.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace, values, optionString) {
 *        namespace.set(this.dest, (namespace[this.dest] || 0) + 1);
 *      };
 *
 **/
Action.prototype.call = function () {
  throw new Error('.call() not defined');// Not Implemented error
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/append.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/append.js +53 -0
@@ 0,0 1,53 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionAppend
 *
 * This action stores a list, and appends each argument value to the list.
 * This is useful to allow an option to be specified multiple times.
 * This class inherided from [[Action]]
 *
 **/

'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../action');

// Constants
var c = require('../const');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionAppend(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 * Note: options.nargs should be optional for constants
 * and more then zero for other
 **/
var ActionAppend = module.exports = function ActionAppend(options) {
  options = options || {};
  if (this.nargs <= 0) {
    throw new Error('nargs for append actions must be > 0; if arg ' +
        'strings are not supplying the value to append, ' +
        'the append const action may be more appropriate');
  }
  if (!!this.constant && this.nargs !== c.OPTIONAL) {
    throw new Error('nargs must be OPTIONAL to supply const');
  }
  Action.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionAppend, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionAppend#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Save result in namespace object
 **/
ActionAppend.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace, values) {
  var items = (namespace[this.dest] || []).slice();
  items.push(values);
  namespace.set(this.dest, items);
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/append/constant.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/append/constant.js +47 -0
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/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionAppendConstant
 *
 * This stores a list, and appends the value specified by
 * the const keyword argument to the list.
 * (Note that the const keyword argument defaults to null.)
 * The 'appendConst' action is typically useful when multiple
 * arguments need to store constants to the same list.
 *
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 **/

'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../../action');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionAppendConstant(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionAppendConstant = module.exports = function ActionAppendConstant(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.nargs = 0;
  if (typeof options.constant === 'undefined') {
    throw new Error('constant option is required for appendAction');
  }
  Action.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionAppendConstant, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionAppendConstant#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Save result in namespace object
 **/
ActionAppendConstant.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace) {
  var items = [].concat(namespace[this.dest] || []);
  items.push(this.constant);
  namespace.set(this.dest, items);
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/count.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/count.js +40 -0
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/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionCount
 *
 * This counts the number of times a keyword argument occurs.
 * For example, this is useful for increasing verbosity levels
 *
 * This class inherided from [[Action]]
 *
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../action');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionCount(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionCount = module.exports = function ActionCount(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.nargs = 0;

  Action.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionCount, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionCount#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Save result in namespace object
 **/
ActionCount.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace) {
  namespace.set(this.dest, (namespace[this.dest] || 0) + 1);
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/help.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/help.js +47 -0
@@ 0,0 1,47 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionHelp
 *
 * Support action for printing help
 * This class inherided from [[Action]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../action');

// Constants
var c  = require('../const');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionHelp(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionHelp = module.exports = function ActionHelp(options) {
  options = options || {};
  if (options.defaultValue !== null) {
    options.defaultValue = options.defaultValue;
  } else {
    options.defaultValue = c.SUPPRESS;
  }
  options.dest = (options.dest !== null ? options.dest : c.SUPPRESS);
  options.nargs = 0;
  Action.call(this, options);

};
util.inherits(ActionHelp, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionHelp#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString)
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Print help and exit
 **/
ActionHelp.prototype.call = function (parser) {
  parser.printHelp();
  parser.exit();
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store.js +50 -0
@@ 0,0 1,50 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionStore
 *
 * This action just stores the argument’s value. This is the default action.
 *
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 *
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../action');

// Constants
var c = require('../const');


/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionStore(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionStore = module.exports = function ActionStore(options) {
  options = options || {};
  if (this.nargs <= 0) {
    throw new Error('nargs for store actions must be > 0; if you ' +
        'have nothing to store, actions such as store ' +
        'true or store const may be more appropriate');

  }
  if (typeof this.constant !== 'undefined' && this.nargs !== c.OPTIONAL) {
    throw new Error('nargs must be OPTIONAL to supply const');
  }
  Action.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionStore, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionStore#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Save result in namespace object
 **/
ActionStore.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace, values) {
  namespace.set(this.dest, values);
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store/constant.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store/constant.js +43 -0
@@ 0,0 1,43 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionStoreConstant
 *
 * This action stores the value specified by the const keyword argument.
 * (Note that the const keyword argument defaults to the rather unhelpful null.)
 * The 'store_const' action is most commonly used with optional
 * arguments that specify some sort of flag.
 *
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../../action');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionStoreConstant(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionStoreConstant = module.exports = function ActionStoreConstant(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.nargs = 0;
  if (typeof options.constant === 'undefined') {
    throw new Error('constant option is required for storeAction');
  }
  Action.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionStoreConstant, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionStoreConstant#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Save result in namespace object
 **/
ActionStoreConstant.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace) {
  namespace.set(this.dest, this.constant);
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store/false.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store/false.js +27 -0
@@ 0,0 1,27 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionStoreFalse
 *
 * This action store the values False respectively.
 * This is special cases of 'storeConst'
 *
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 **/

'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var ActionStoreConstant = require('./constant');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionStoreFalse(options)
 * - options (object): hash of options see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionStoreFalse = module.exports = function ActionStoreFalse(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.constant = false;
  options.defaultValue = options.defaultValue !== null ? options.defaultValue : true;
  ActionStoreConstant.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionStoreFalse, ActionStoreConstant);

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store/true.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/store/true.js +26 -0
@@ 0,0 1,26 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionStoreTrue
 *
 * This action store the values True respectively.
 * This isspecial cases of 'storeConst'
 *
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var ActionStoreConstant = require('./constant');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionStoreTrue(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionStoreTrue = module.exports = function ActionStoreTrue(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.constant = true;
  options.defaultValue = options.defaultValue !== null ? options.defaultValue : false;
  ActionStoreConstant.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionStoreTrue, ActionStoreConstant);

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/subparsers.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/subparsers.js +149 -0
@@ 0,0 1,149 @@
/** internal
 * class ActionSubparsers
 *
 * Support the creation of such sub-commands with the addSubparsers()
 *
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util    = require('util');
var format  = require('util').format;


var Action = require('../action');

// Constants
var c = require('../const');

// Errors
var argumentErrorHelper = require('../argument/error');


/*:nodoc:*
 * new ChoicesPseudoAction(name, help)
 *
 * Create pseudo action for correct help text
 *
 **/
function ChoicesPseudoAction(name, help) {
  var options = {
    optionStrings: [],
    dest: name,
    help: help
  };

  Action.call(this, options);
}

util.inherits(ChoicesPseudoAction, Action);

/**
 * new ActionSubparsers(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
function ActionSubparsers(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.dest = options.dest || c.SUPPRESS;
  options.nargs = c.PARSER;

  this.debug = (options.debug === true);

  this._progPrefix = options.prog;
  this._parserClass = options.parserClass;
  this._nameParserMap = {};
  this._choicesActions = [];

  options.choices = this._nameParserMap;
  Action.call(this, options);
}

util.inherits(ActionSubparsers, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionSubparsers#addParser(name, options) -> ArgumentParser
 * - name (string): sub-command name
 * - options (object): see [[ArgumentParser.new]]
 *
 *  Note:
 *  addParser supports an additional aliases option,
 *  which allows multiple strings to refer to the same subparser.
 *  This example, like svn, aliases co as a shorthand for checkout
 *
 **/
ActionSubparsers.prototype.addParser = function (name, options) {
  var parser;

  var self = this;

  options = options || {};

  options.debug = (this.debug === true);

  // set program from the existing prefix
  if (!options.prog) {
    options.prog = this._progPrefix + ' ' + name;
  }

  var aliases = options.aliases || [];

  // create a pseudo-action to hold the choice help
  if (!!options.help || typeof options.help === 'string') {
    var help = options.help;
    delete options.help;

    var choiceAction = new ChoicesPseudoAction(name, help);
    this._choicesActions.push(choiceAction);
  }

  // create the parser and add it to the map
  parser = new this._parserClass(options);
  this._nameParserMap[name] = parser;

  // make parser available under aliases also
  aliases.forEach(function (alias) {
    self._nameParserMap[alias] = parser;
  });

  return parser;
};

ActionSubparsers.prototype._getSubactions = function () {
  return this._choicesActions;
};

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionSubparsers#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Call the action. Parse input aguments
 **/
ActionSubparsers.prototype.call = function (parser, namespace, values) {
  var parserName = values[0];
  var argStrings = values.slice(1);

  // set the parser name if requested
  if (this.dest !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    namespace[this.dest] = parserName;
  }

  // select the parser
  if (this._nameParserMap[parserName]) {
    parser = this._nameParserMap[parserName];
  } else {
    throw argumentErrorHelper(format(
      'Unknown parser "%s" (choices: [%s]).',
        parserName,
        Object.keys(this._nameParserMap).join(', ')
    ));
  }

  // parse all the remaining options into the namespace
  parser.parseArgs(argStrings, namespace);
};

module.exports = ActionSubparsers;

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action/version.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action/version.js +47 -0
@@ 0,0 1,47 @@
/*:nodoc:*
 * class ActionVersion
 *
 * Support action for printing program version
 * This class inherited from [[Action]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var Action = require('../action');

//
// Constants
//
var c = require('../const');

/*:nodoc:*
 * new ActionVersion(options)
 * - options (object): options hash see [[Action.new]]
 *
 **/
var ActionVersion = module.exports = function ActionVersion(options) {
  options = options || {};
  options.defaultValue = (options.defaultValue ? options.defaultValue : c.SUPPRESS);
  options.dest = (options.dest || c.SUPPRESS);
  options.nargs = 0;
  this.version = options.version;
  Action.call(this, options);
};
util.inherits(ActionVersion, Action);

/*:nodoc:*
 * ActionVersion#call(parser, namespace, values, optionString) -> Void
 * - parser (ArgumentParser): current parser
 * - namespace (Namespace): namespace for output data
 * - values (Array): parsed values
 * - optionString (Array): input option string(not parsed)
 *
 * Print version and exit
 **/
ActionVersion.prototype.call = function (parser) {
  var version = this.version || parser.version;
  var formatter = parser._getFormatter();
  formatter.addText(version);
  parser.exit(0, formatter.formatHelp());
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/action_container.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/action_container.js +482 -0
@@ 0,0 1,482 @@
/** internal
 * class ActionContainer
 *
 * Action container. Parent for [[ArgumentParser]] and [[ArgumentGroup]]
 **/

'use strict';

var format = require('util').format;

// Constants
var c = require('./const');

var $$ = require('./utils');

//Actions
var ActionHelp = require('./action/help');
var ActionAppend = require('./action/append');
var ActionAppendConstant = require('./action/append/constant');
var ActionCount = require('./action/count');
var ActionStore = require('./action/store');
var ActionStoreConstant = require('./action/store/constant');
var ActionStoreTrue = require('./action/store/true');
var ActionStoreFalse = require('./action/store/false');
var ActionVersion = require('./action/version');
var ActionSubparsers = require('./action/subparsers');

// Errors
var argumentErrorHelper = require('./argument/error');

/**
 * new ActionContainer(options)
 *
 * Action container. Parent for [[ArgumentParser]] and [[ArgumentGroup]]
 *
 * ##### Options:
 *
 * - `description` -- A description of what the program does
 * - `prefixChars`  -- Characters that prefix optional arguments
 * - `argumentDefault`  -- The default value for all arguments
 * - `conflictHandler` -- The conflict handler to use for duplicate arguments
 **/
var ActionContainer = module.exports = function ActionContainer(options) {
  options = options || {};

  this.description = options.description;
  this.argumentDefault = options.argumentDefault;
  this.prefixChars = options.prefixChars || '';
  this.conflictHandler = options.conflictHandler;

  // set up registries
  this._registries = {};

  // register actions
  this.register('action', null, ActionStore);
  this.register('action', 'store', ActionStore);
  this.register('action', 'storeConst', ActionStoreConstant);
  this.register('action', 'storeTrue', ActionStoreTrue);
  this.register('action', 'storeFalse', ActionStoreFalse);
  this.register('action', 'append', ActionAppend);
  this.register('action', 'appendConst', ActionAppendConstant);
  this.register('action', 'count', ActionCount);
  this.register('action', 'help', ActionHelp);
  this.register('action', 'version', ActionVersion);
  this.register('action', 'parsers', ActionSubparsers);

  // raise an exception if the conflict handler is invalid
  this._getHandler();

  // action storage
  this._actions = [];
  this._optionStringActions = {};

  // groups
  this._actionGroups = [];
  this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups = [];

  // defaults storage
  this._defaults = {};

  // determines whether an "option" looks like a negative number
  // -1, -1.5 -5e+4
  this._regexpNegativeNumber = new RegExp('^[-]?[0-9]*\\.?[0-9]+([eE][-+]?[0-9]+)?$');

  // whether or not there are any optionals that look like negative
  // numbers -- uses a list so it can be shared and edited
  this._hasNegativeNumberOptionals = [];
};

// Groups must be required, then ActionContainer already defined
var ArgumentGroup = require('./argument/group');
var MutuallyExclusiveGroup = require('./argument/exclusive');

//
// Registration methods
//

/**
 * ActionContainer#register(registryName, value, object) -> Void
 * - registryName (String) : object type action|type
 * - value (string) : keyword
 * - object (Object|Function) : handler
 *
 *  Register handlers
 **/
ActionContainer.prototype.register = function (registryName, value, object) {
  this._registries[registryName] = this._registries[registryName] || {};
  this._registries[registryName][value] = object;
};

ActionContainer.prototype._registryGet = function (registryName, value, defaultValue) {
  if (arguments.length < 3) {
    defaultValue = null;
  }
  return this._registries[registryName][value] || defaultValue;
};

//
// Namespace default accessor methods
//

/**
 * ActionContainer#setDefaults(options) -> Void
 * - options (object):hash of options see [[Action.new]]
 *
 * Set defaults
 **/
ActionContainer.prototype.setDefaults = function (options) {
  options = options || {};
  for (var property in options) {
    if ($$.has(options, property)) {
      this._defaults[property] = options[property];
    }
  }

  // if these defaults match any existing arguments, replace the previous
  // default on the object with the new one
  this._actions.forEach(function (action) {
    if ($$.has(options, action.dest)) {
      action.defaultValue = options[action.dest];
    }
  });
};

/**
 * ActionContainer#getDefault(dest) -> Mixed
 * - dest (string): action destination
 *
 * Return action default value
 **/
ActionContainer.prototype.getDefault = function (dest) {
  var result = $$.has(this._defaults, dest) ? this._defaults[dest] : null;

  this._actions.forEach(function (action) {
    if (action.dest === dest && $$.has(action, 'defaultValue')) {
      result = action.defaultValue;
    }
  });

  return result;
};
//
// Adding argument actions
//

/**
 * ActionContainer#addArgument(args, options) -> Object
 * - args (String|Array): argument key, or array of argument keys
 * - options (Object): action objects see [[Action.new]]
 *
 * #### Examples
 * - addArgument([ '-f', '--foo' ], { action: 'store', defaultValue: 1, ... })
 * - addArgument([ 'bar' ], { action: 'store', nargs: 1, ... })
 * - addArgument('--baz', { action: 'store', nargs: 1, ... })
 **/
ActionContainer.prototype.addArgument = function (args, options) {
  args = args;
  options = options || {};

  if (typeof args === 'string') {
    args = [ args ];
  }
  if (!Array.isArray(args)) {
    throw new TypeError('addArgument first argument should be a string or an array');
  }
  if (typeof options !== 'object' || Array.isArray(options)) {
    throw new TypeError('addArgument second argument should be a hash');
  }

  // if no positional args are supplied or only one is supplied and
  // it doesn't look like an option string, parse a positional argument
  if (!args || args.length === 1 && this.prefixChars.indexOf(args[0][0]) < 0) {
    if (args && !!options.dest) {
      throw new Error('dest supplied twice for positional argument');
    }
    options = this._getPositional(args, options);

    // otherwise, we're adding an optional argument
  } else {
    options = this._getOptional(args, options);
  }

  // if no default was supplied, use the parser-level default
  if (typeof options.defaultValue === 'undefined') {
    var dest = options.dest;
    if ($$.has(this._defaults, dest)) {
      options.defaultValue = this._defaults[dest];
    } else if (typeof this.argumentDefault !== 'undefined') {
      options.defaultValue = this.argumentDefault;
    }
  }

  // create the action object, and add it to the parser
  var ActionClass = this._popActionClass(options);
  if (typeof ActionClass !== 'function') {
    throw new Error(format('Unknown action "%s".', ActionClass));
  }
  var action = new ActionClass(options);

  // throw an error if the action type is not callable
  var typeFunction = this._registryGet('type', action.type, action.type);
  if (typeof typeFunction !== 'function') {
    throw new Error(format('"%s" is not callable', typeFunction));
  }

  return this._addAction(action);
};

/**
 * ActionContainer#addArgumentGroup(options) -> ArgumentGroup
 * - options (Object): hash of options see [[ArgumentGroup.new]]
 *
 * Create new arguments groups
 **/
ActionContainer.prototype.addArgumentGroup = function (options) {
  var group = new ArgumentGroup(this, options);
  this._actionGroups.push(group);
  return group;
};

/**
 * ActionContainer#addMutuallyExclusiveGroup(options) -> ArgumentGroup
 * - options (Object): {required: false}
 *
 * Create new mutual exclusive groups
 **/
ActionContainer.prototype.addMutuallyExclusiveGroup = function (options) {
  var group = new MutuallyExclusiveGroup(this, options);
  this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups.push(group);
  return group;
};

ActionContainer.prototype._addAction = function (action) {
  var self = this;

  // resolve any conflicts
  this._checkConflict(action);

  // add to actions list
  this._actions.push(action);
  action.container = this;

  // index the action by any option strings it has
  action.optionStrings.forEach(function (optionString) {
    self._optionStringActions[optionString] = action;
  });

  // set the flag if any option strings look like negative numbers
  action.optionStrings.forEach(function (optionString) {
    if (optionString.match(self._regexpNegativeNumber)) {
      if (!self._hasNegativeNumberOptionals.some(Boolean)) {
        self._hasNegativeNumberOptionals.push(true);
      }
    }
  });

  // return the created action
  return action;
};

ActionContainer.prototype._removeAction = function (action) {
  var actionIndex = this._actions.indexOf(action);
  if (actionIndex >= 0) {
    this._actions.splice(actionIndex, 1);
  }
};

ActionContainer.prototype._addContainerActions = function (container) {
  // collect groups by titles
  var titleGroupMap = {};
  this._actionGroups.forEach(function (group) {
    if (titleGroupMap[group.title]) {
      throw new Error(format('Cannot merge actions - two groups are named "%s".', group.title));
    }
    titleGroupMap[group.title] = group;
  });

  // map each action to its group
  var groupMap = {};
  function actionHash(action) {
    // unique (hopefully?) string suitable as dictionary key
    return action.getName();
  }
  container._actionGroups.forEach(function (group) {
    // if a group with the title exists, use that, otherwise
    // create a new group matching the container's group
    if (!titleGroupMap[group.title]) {
      titleGroupMap[group.title] = this.addArgumentGroup({
        title: group.title,
        description: group.description
      });
    }

    // map the actions to their new group
    group._groupActions.forEach(function (action) {
      groupMap[actionHash(action)] = titleGroupMap[group.title];
    });
  }, this);

  // add container's mutually exclusive groups
  // NOTE: if add_mutually_exclusive_group ever gains title= and
  // description= then this code will need to be expanded as above
  var mutexGroup;
  container._mutuallyExclusiveGroups.forEach(function (group) {
    mutexGroup = this.addMutuallyExclusiveGroup({
      required: group.required
    });
    // map the actions to their new mutex group
    group._groupActions.forEach(function (action) {
      groupMap[actionHash(action)] = mutexGroup;
    });
  }, this);  // forEach takes a 'this' argument

  // add all actions to this container or their group
  container._actions.forEach(function (action) {
    var key = actionHash(action);
    if (groupMap[key]) {
      groupMap[key]._addAction(action);
    } else {
      this._addAction(action);
    }
  });
};

ActionContainer.prototype._getPositional = function (dest, options) {
  if (Array.isArray(dest)) {
    dest = dest[0];
  }
  // make sure required is not specified
  if (options.required) {
    throw new Error('"required" is an invalid argument for positionals.');
  }

  // mark positional arguments as required if at least one is
  // always required
  if (options.nargs !== c.OPTIONAL && options.nargs !== c.ZERO_OR_MORE) {
    options.required = true;
  }
  if (options.nargs === c.ZERO_OR_MORE && typeof options.defaultValue === 'undefined') {
    options.required = true;
  }

  // return the keyword arguments with no option strings
  options.dest = dest;
  options.optionStrings = [];
  return options;
};

ActionContainer.prototype._getOptional = function (args, options) {
  var prefixChars = this.prefixChars;
  var optionStrings = [];
  var optionStringsLong = [];

  // determine short and long option strings
  args.forEach(function (optionString) {
    // error on strings that don't start with an appropriate prefix
    if (prefixChars.indexOf(optionString[0]) < 0) {
      throw new Error(format('Invalid option string "%s": must start with a "%s".',
        optionString,
        prefixChars
      ));
    }

    // strings starting with two prefix characters are long options
    optionStrings.push(optionString);
    if (optionString.length > 1 && prefixChars.indexOf(optionString[1]) >= 0) {
      optionStringsLong.push(optionString);
    }
  });

  // infer dest, '--foo-bar' -> 'foo_bar' and '-x' -> 'x'
  var dest = options.dest || null;
  delete options.dest;

  if (!dest) {
    var optionStringDest = optionStringsLong.length ? optionStringsLong[0] : optionStrings[0];
    dest = $$.trimChars(optionStringDest, this.prefixChars);

    if (dest.length === 0) {
      throw new Error(
        format('dest= is required for options like "%s"', optionStrings.join(', '))
      );
    }
    dest = dest.replace(/-/g, '_');
  }

  // return the updated keyword arguments
  options.dest = dest;
  options.optionStrings = optionStrings;

  return options;
};

ActionContainer.prototype._popActionClass = function (options, defaultValue) {
  defaultValue = defaultValue || null;

  var action = (options.action || defaultValue);
  delete options.action;

  var actionClass = this._registryGet('action', action, action);
  return actionClass;
};

ActionContainer.prototype._getHandler = function () {
  var handlerString = this.conflictHandler;
  var handlerFuncName = '_handleConflict' + $$.capitalize(handlerString);
  var func = this[handlerFuncName];
  if (typeof func === 'undefined') {
    var msg = 'invalid conflict resolution value: ' + handlerString;
    throw new Error(msg);
  } else {
    return func;
  }
};

ActionContainer.prototype._checkConflict = function (action) {
  var optionStringActions = this._optionStringActions;
  var conflictOptionals = [];

  // find all options that conflict with this option
  // collect pairs, the string, and an existing action that it conflicts with
  action.optionStrings.forEach(function (optionString) {
    var conflOptional = optionStringActions[optionString];
    if (typeof conflOptional !== 'undefined') {
      conflictOptionals.push([ optionString, conflOptional ]);
    }
  });

  if (conflictOptionals.length > 0) {
    var conflictHandler = this._getHandler();
    conflictHandler.call(this, action, conflictOptionals);
  }
};

ActionContainer.prototype._handleConflictError = function (action, conflOptionals) {
  var conflicts = conflOptionals.map(function (pair) { return pair[0]; });
  conflicts = conflicts.join(', ');
  throw argumentErrorHelper(
    action,
    format('Conflicting option string(s): %s', conflicts)
  );
};

ActionContainer.prototype._handleConflictResolve = function (action, conflOptionals) {
  // remove all conflicting options
  var self = this;
  conflOptionals.forEach(function (pair) {
    var optionString = pair[0];
    var conflictingAction = pair[1];
    // remove the conflicting option string
    var i = conflictingAction.optionStrings.indexOf(optionString);
    if (i >= 0) {
      conflictingAction.optionStrings.splice(i, 1);
    }
    delete self._optionStringActions[optionString];
    // if the option now has no option string, remove it from the
    // container holding it
    if (conflictingAction.optionStrings.length === 0) {
      conflictingAction.container._removeAction(conflictingAction);
    }
  });
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/argparse.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/argparse.js +14 -0
@@ 0,0 1,14 @@
'use strict';

module.exports.ArgumentParser = require('./argument_parser.js');
module.exports.Namespace = require('./namespace');
module.exports.Action = require('./action');
module.exports.HelpFormatter = require('./help/formatter.js');
module.exports.Const = require('./const.js');

module.exports.ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter =
  require('./help/added_formatters.js').ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter;
module.exports.RawDescriptionHelpFormatter =
  require('./help/added_formatters.js').RawDescriptionHelpFormatter;
module.exports.RawTextHelpFormatter =
  require('./help/added_formatters.js').RawTextHelpFormatter;

A node_modules/argparse/lib/argument/error.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/argument/error.js +50 -0
@@ 0,0 1,50 @@
'use strict';


var format  = require('util').format;


var ERR_CODE = 'ARGError';

/*:nodoc:*
 * argumentError(argument, message) -> TypeError
 * - argument (Object): action with broken argument
 * - message (String): error message
 *
 * Error format helper. An error from creating or using an argument
 * (optional or positional). The string value of this exception
 * is the message, augmented with information
 * about the argument that caused it.
 *
 * #####Example
 *
 *      var argumentErrorHelper = require('./argument/error');
 *      if (conflictOptionals.length > 0) {
 *        throw argumentErrorHelper(
 *          action,
 *          format('Conflicting option string(s): %s', conflictOptionals.join(', '))
 *        );
 *      }
 *
 **/
module.exports = function (argument, message) {
  var argumentName = null;
  var errMessage;
  var err;

  if (argument.getName) {
    argumentName = argument.getName();
  } else {
    argumentName = '' + argument;
  }

  if (!argumentName) {
    errMessage = message;
  } else {
    errMessage = format('argument "%s": %s', argumentName, message);
  }

  err = new TypeError(errMessage);
  err.code = ERR_CODE;
  return err;
};

A node_modules/argparse/lib/argument/exclusive.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/argument/exclusive.js +54 -0
@@ 0,0 1,54 @@
/** internal
 * class MutuallyExclusiveGroup
 *
 * Group arguments.
 * By default, ArgumentParser groups command-line arguments
 * into “positional arguments” and “optional arguments”
 * when displaying help messages. When there is a better
 * conceptual grouping of arguments than this default one,
 * appropriate groups can be created using the addArgumentGroup() method
 *
 * This class inherited from [[ArgumentContainer]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var ArgumentGroup = require('./group');

/**
 * new MutuallyExclusiveGroup(container, options)
 * - container (object): main container
 * - options (object): options.required -> true/false
 *
 * `required` could be an argument itself, but making it a property of
 * the options argument is more consistent with the JS adaptation of the Python)
 **/
var MutuallyExclusiveGroup = module.exports = function MutuallyExclusiveGroup(container, options) {
  var required;
  options = options || {};
  required = options.required || false;
  ArgumentGroup.call(this, container);
  this.required = required;

};
util.inherits(MutuallyExclusiveGroup, ArgumentGroup);


MutuallyExclusiveGroup.prototype._addAction = function (action) {
  var msg;
  if (action.required) {
    msg = 'mutually exclusive arguments must be optional';
    throw new Error(msg);
  }
  action = this._container._addAction(action);
  this._groupActions.push(action);
  return action;
};


MutuallyExclusiveGroup.prototype._removeAction = function (action) {
  this._container._removeAction(action);
  this._groupActions.remove(action);
};


A node_modules/argparse/lib/argument/group.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/argument/group.js +75 -0
@@ 0,0 1,75 @@
/** internal
 * class ArgumentGroup
 *
 * Group arguments.
 * By default, ArgumentParser groups command-line arguments
 * into “positional arguments” and “optional arguments”
 * when displaying help messages. When there is a better
 * conceptual grouping of arguments than this default one,
 * appropriate groups can be created using the addArgumentGroup() method
 *
 * This class inherited from [[ArgumentContainer]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util = require('util');

var ActionContainer = require('../action_container');


/**
 * new ArgumentGroup(container, options)
 * - container (object): main container
 * - options (object): hash of group options
 *
 * #### options
 * - **prefixChars**  group name prefix
 * - **argumentDefault**  default argument value
 * - **title**  group title
 * - **description** group description
 *
 **/
var ArgumentGroup = module.exports = function ArgumentGroup(container, options) {

  options = options || {};

  // add any missing keyword arguments by checking the container
  options.conflictHandler = (options.conflictHandler || container.conflictHandler);
  options.prefixChars = (options.prefixChars || container.prefixChars);
  options.argumentDefault = (options.argumentDefault || container.argumentDefault);

  ActionContainer.call(this, options);

  // group attributes
  this.title = options.title;
  this._groupActions = [];

  // share most attributes with the container
  this._container = container;
  this._registries = container._registries;
  this._actions = container._actions;
  this._optionStringActions = container._optionStringActions;
  this._defaults = container._defaults;
  this._hasNegativeNumberOptionals = container._hasNegativeNumberOptionals;
  this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups = container._mutuallyExclusiveGroups;
};
util.inherits(ArgumentGroup, ActionContainer);


ArgumentGroup.prototype._addAction = function (action) {
  // Parent add action
  action = ActionContainer.prototype._addAction.call(this, action);
  this._groupActions.push(action);
  return action;
};


ArgumentGroup.prototype._removeAction = function (action) {
  // Parent remove action
  ActionContainer.prototype._removeAction.call(this, action);
  var actionIndex = this._groupActions.indexOf(action);
  if (actionIndex >= 0) {
    this._groupActions.splice(actionIndex, 1);
  }
};


A node_modules/argparse/lib/argument_parser.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/argument_parser.js +1161 -0
@@ 0,0 1,1161 @@
/**
 * class ArgumentParser
 *
 * Object for parsing command line strings into js objects.
 *
 * Inherited from [[ActionContainer]]
 **/
'use strict';

var util    = require('util');
var format  = require('util').format;
var Path    = require('path');
var sprintf = require('sprintf-js').sprintf;

// Constants
var c = require('./const');

var $$ = require('./utils');

var ActionContainer = require('./action_container');

// Errors
var argumentErrorHelper = require('./argument/error');

var HelpFormatter = require('./help/formatter');

var Namespace = require('./namespace');


/**
 * new ArgumentParser(options)
 *
 * Create a new ArgumentParser object.
 *
 * ##### Options:
 * - `prog`  The name of the program (default: Path.basename(process.argv[1]))
 * - `usage`  A usage message (default: auto-generated from arguments)
 * - `description`  A description of what the program does
 * - `epilog`  Text following the argument descriptions
 * - `parents`  Parsers whose arguments should be copied into this one
 * - `formatterClass`  HelpFormatter class for printing help messages
 * - `prefixChars`  Characters that prefix optional arguments
 * - `fromfilePrefixChars` Characters that prefix files containing additional arguments
 * - `argumentDefault`  The default value for all arguments
 * - `addHelp`  Add a -h/-help option
 * - `conflictHandler`  Specifies how to handle conflicting argument names
 * - `debug`  Enable debug mode. Argument errors throw exception in
 *   debug mode and process.exit in normal. Used for development and
 *   testing (default: false)
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#argumentparser-objects
 **/
function ArgumentParser(options) {
  if (!(this instanceof ArgumentParser)) {
    return new ArgumentParser(options);
  }
  var self = this;
  options = options || {};

  options.description = (options.description || null);
  options.argumentDefault = (options.argumentDefault || null);
  options.prefixChars = (options.prefixChars || '-');
  options.conflictHandler = (options.conflictHandler || 'error');
  ActionContainer.call(this, options);

  options.addHelp = typeof options.addHelp === 'undefined' || !!options.addHelp;
  options.parents = options.parents || [];
  // default program name
  options.prog = (options.prog || Path.basename(process.argv[1]));
  this.prog = options.prog;
  this.usage = options.usage;
  this.epilog = options.epilog;
  this.version = options.version;

  this.debug = (options.debug === true);

  this.formatterClass = (options.formatterClass || HelpFormatter);
  this.fromfilePrefixChars = options.fromfilePrefixChars || null;
  this._positionals = this.addArgumentGroup({ title: 'Positional arguments' });
  this._optionals = this.addArgumentGroup({ title: 'Optional arguments' });
  this._subparsers = null;

  // register types
  function FUNCTION_IDENTITY(o) {
    return o;
  }
  this.register('type', 'auto', FUNCTION_IDENTITY);
  this.register('type', null, FUNCTION_IDENTITY);
  this.register('type', 'int', function (x) {
    var result = parseInt(x, 10);
    if (isNaN(result)) {
      throw new Error(x + ' is not a valid integer.');
    }
    return result;
  });
  this.register('type', 'float', function (x) {
    var result = parseFloat(x);
    if (isNaN(result)) {
      throw new Error(x + ' is not a valid float.');
    }
    return result;
  });
  this.register('type', 'string', function (x) {
    return '' + x;
  });

  // add help and version arguments if necessary
  var defaultPrefix = (this.prefixChars.indexOf('-') > -1) ? '-' : this.prefixChars[0];
  if (options.addHelp) {
    this.addArgument(
      [ defaultPrefix + 'h', defaultPrefix + defaultPrefix + 'help' ],
      {
        action: 'help',
        defaultValue: c.SUPPRESS,
        help: 'Show this help message and exit.'
      }
    );
  }
  if (typeof this.version !== 'undefined') {
    this.addArgument(
      [ defaultPrefix + 'v', defaultPrefix + defaultPrefix + 'version' ],
      {
        action: 'version',
        version: this.version,
        defaultValue: c.SUPPRESS,
        help: "Show program's version number and exit."
      }
    );
  }

  // add parent arguments and defaults
  options.parents.forEach(function (parent) {
    self._addContainerActions(parent);
    if (typeof parent._defaults !== 'undefined') {
      for (var defaultKey in parent._defaults) {
        if (parent._defaults.hasOwnProperty(defaultKey)) {
          self._defaults[defaultKey] = parent._defaults[defaultKey];
        }
      }
    }
  });
}

util.inherits(ArgumentParser, ActionContainer);

/**
 * ArgumentParser#addSubparsers(options) -> [[ActionSubparsers]]
 * - options (object): hash of options see [[ActionSubparsers.new]]
 *
 * See also [subcommands][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#sub-commands
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.addSubparsers = function (options) {
  if (this._subparsers) {
    this.error('Cannot have multiple subparser arguments.');
  }

  options = options || {};
  options.debug = (this.debug === true);
  options.optionStrings = [];
  options.parserClass = (options.parserClass || ArgumentParser);


  if (!!options.title || !!options.description) {

    this._subparsers = this.addArgumentGroup({
      title: (options.title || 'subcommands'),
      description: options.description
    });
    delete options.title;
    delete options.description;

  } else {
    this._subparsers = this._positionals;
  }

  // prog defaults to the usage message of this parser, skipping
  // optional arguments and with no "usage:" prefix
  if (!options.prog) {
    var formatter = this._getFormatter();
    var positionals = this._getPositionalActions();
    var groups = this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups;
    formatter.addUsage(this.usage, positionals, groups, '');
    options.prog = formatter.formatHelp().trim();
  }

  // create the parsers action and add it to the positionals list
  var ParsersClass = this._popActionClass(options, 'parsers');
  var action = new ParsersClass(options);
  this._subparsers._addAction(action);

  // return the created parsers action
  return action;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._addAction = function (action) {
  if (action.isOptional()) {
    this._optionals._addAction(action);
  } else {
    this._positionals._addAction(action);
  }
  return action;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._getOptionalActions = function () {
  return this._actions.filter(function (action) {
    return action.isOptional();
  });
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._getPositionalActions = function () {
  return this._actions.filter(function (action) {
    return action.isPositional();
  });
};


/**
 * ArgumentParser#parseArgs(args, namespace) -> Namespace|Object
 * - args (array): input elements
 * - namespace (Namespace|Object): result object
 *
 * Parsed args and throws error if some arguments are not recognized
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#the-parse-args-method
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.parseArgs = function (args, namespace) {
  var argv;
  var result = this.parseKnownArgs(args, namespace);

  args = result[0];
  argv = result[1];
  if (argv && argv.length > 0) {
    this.error(
      format('Unrecognized arguments: %s.', argv.join(' '))
    );
  }
  return args;
};

/**
 * ArgumentParser#parseKnownArgs(args, namespace) -> array
 * - args (array): input options
 * - namespace (Namespace|Object): result object
 *
 * Parse known arguments and return tuple of result object
 * and unknown args
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#partial-parsing
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.parseKnownArgs = function (args, namespace) {
  var self = this;

  // args default to the system args
  args = args || process.argv.slice(2);

  // default Namespace built from parser defaults
  namespace = namespace || new Namespace();

  self._actions.forEach(function (action) {
    if (action.dest !== c.SUPPRESS) {
      if (!$$.has(namespace, action.dest)) {
        if (action.defaultValue !== c.SUPPRESS) {
          var defaultValue = action.defaultValue;
          if (typeof action.defaultValue === 'string') {
            defaultValue = self._getValue(action, defaultValue);
          }
          namespace[action.dest] = defaultValue;
        }
      }
    }
  });

  Object.keys(self._defaults).forEach(function (dest) {
    namespace[dest] = self._defaults[dest];
  });

  // parse the arguments and exit if there are any errors
  try {
    var res = this._parseKnownArgs(args, namespace);

    namespace = res[0];
    args = res[1];
    if ($$.has(namespace, c._UNRECOGNIZED_ARGS_ATTR)) {
      args = $$.arrayUnion(args, namespace[c._UNRECOGNIZED_ARGS_ATTR]);
      delete namespace[c._UNRECOGNIZED_ARGS_ATTR];
    }
    return [ namespace, args ];
  } catch (e) {
    this.error(e);
  }
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._parseKnownArgs = function (argStrings, namespace) {
  var self = this;

  var extras = [];

  // replace arg strings that are file references
  if (this.fromfilePrefixChars !== null) {
    argStrings = this._readArgsFromFiles(argStrings);
  }
  // map all mutually exclusive arguments to the other arguments
  // they can't occur with
  // Python has 'conflicts = action_conflicts.setdefault(mutex_action, [])'
  // though I can't conceive of a way in which an action could be a member
  // of two different mutually exclusive groups.

  function actionHash(action) {
    // some sort of hashable key for this action
    // action itself cannot be a key in actionConflicts
    // I think getName() (join of optionStrings) is unique enough
    return action.getName();
  }

  var conflicts, key;
  var actionConflicts = {};

  this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups.forEach(function (mutexGroup) {
    mutexGroup._groupActions.forEach(function (mutexAction, i, groupActions) {
      key = actionHash(mutexAction);
      if (!$$.has(actionConflicts, key)) {
        actionConflicts[key] = [];
      }
      conflicts = actionConflicts[key];
      conflicts.push.apply(conflicts, groupActions.slice(0, i));
      conflicts.push.apply(conflicts, groupActions.slice(i + 1));
    });
  });

  // find all option indices, and determine the arg_string_pattern
  // which has an 'O' if there is an option at an index,
  // an 'A' if there is an argument, or a '-' if there is a '--'
  var optionStringIndices = {};

  var argStringPatternParts = [];

  argStrings.forEach(function (argString, argStringIndex) {
    if (argString === '--') {
      argStringPatternParts.push('-');
      while (argStringIndex < argStrings.length) {
        argStringPatternParts.push('A');
        argStringIndex++;
      }
    } else {
      // otherwise, add the arg to the arg strings
      // and note the index if it was an option
      var pattern;
      var optionTuple = self._parseOptional(argString);
      if (!optionTuple) {
        pattern = 'A';
      } else {
        optionStringIndices[argStringIndex] = optionTuple;
        pattern = 'O';
      }
      argStringPatternParts.push(pattern);
    }
  });
  var argStringsPattern = argStringPatternParts.join('');

  var seenActions = [];
  var seenNonDefaultActions = [];


  function takeAction(action, argumentStrings, optionString) {
    seenActions.push(action);
    var argumentValues = self._getValues(action, argumentStrings);

    // error if this argument is not allowed with other previously
    // seen arguments, assuming that actions that use the default
    // value don't really count as "present"
    if (argumentValues !== action.defaultValue) {
      seenNonDefaultActions.push(action);
      if (actionConflicts[actionHash(action)]) {
        actionConflicts[actionHash(action)].forEach(function (actionConflict) {
          if (seenNonDefaultActions.indexOf(actionConflict) >= 0) {
            throw argumentErrorHelper(
              action,
              format('Not allowed with argument "%s".', actionConflict.getName())
            );
          }
        });
      }
    }

    if (argumentValues !== c.SUPPRESS) {
      action.call(self, namespace, argumentValues, optionString);
    }
  }

  function consumeOptional(startIndex) {
    // get the optional identified at this index
    var optionTuple = optionStringIndices[startIndex];
    var action = optionTuple[0];
    var optionString = optionTuple[1];
    var explicitArg = optionTuple[2];

    // identify additional optionals in the same arg string
    // (e.g. -xyz is the same as -x -y -z if no args are required)
    var actionTuples = [];

    var args, argCount, start, stop;

    for (;;) {
      if (!action) {
        extras.push(argStrings[startIndex]);
        return startIndex + 1;
      }
      if (explicitArg) {
        argCount = self._matchArgument(action, 'A');

        // if the action is a single-dash option and takes no
        // arguments, try to parse more single-dash options out
        // of the tail of the option string
        var chars = self.prefixChars;
        if (argCount === 0 && chars.indexOf(optionString[1]) < 0) {
          actionTuples.push([ action, [], optionString ]);
          optionString = optionString[0] + explicitArg[0];
          var newExplicitArg = explicitArg.slice(1) || null;
          var optionalsMap = self._optionStringActions;

          if (Object.keys(optionalsMap).indexOf(optionString) >= 0) {
            action = optionalsMap[optionString];
            explicitArg = newExplicitArg;
          } else {
            throw argumentErrorHelper(action, sprintf('ignored explicit argument %r', explicitArg));
          }
        } else if (argCount === 1) {
          // if the action expect exactly one argument, we've
          // successfully matched the option; exit the loop
          stop = startIndex + 1;
          args = [ explicitArg ];
          actionTuples.push([ action, args, optionString ]);
          break;
        } else {
          // error if a double-dash option did not use the
          // explicit argument
          throw argumentErrorHelper(action, sprintf('ignored explicit argument %r', explicitArg));
        }
      } else {
        // if there is no explicit argument, try to match the
        // optional's string arguments with the following strings
        // if successful, exit the loop

        start = startIndex + 1;
        var selectedPatterns = argStringsPattern.substr(start);

        argCount = self._matchArgument(action, selectedPatterns);
        stop = start + argCount;


        args = argStrings.slice(start, stop);

        actionTuples.push([ action, args, optionString ]);
        break;
      }

    }

    // add the Optional to the list and return the index at which
    // the Optional's string args stopped
    if (actionTuples.length < 1) {
      throw new Error('length should be > 0');
    }
    for (var i = 0; i < actionTuples.length; i++) {
      takeAction.apply(self, actionTuples[i]);
    }
    return stop;
  }

  // the list of Positionals left to be parsed; this is modified
  // by consume_positionals()
  var positionals = self._getPositionalActions();

  function consumePositionals(startIndex) {
    // match as many Positionals as possible
    var selectedPattern = argStringsPattern.substr(startIndex);
    var argCounts = self._matchArgumentsPartial(positionals, selectedPattern);

    // slice off the appropriate arg strings for each Positional
    // and add the Positional and its args to the list
    for (var i = 0; i < positionals.length; i++) {
      var action = positionals[i];
      var argCount = argCounts[i];
      if (typeof argCount === 'undefined') {
        continue;
      }
      var args = argStrings.slice(startIndex, startIndex + argCount);

      startIndex += argCount;
      takeAction(action, args);
    }

    // slice off the Positionals that we just parsed and return the
    // index at which the Positionals' string args stopped
    positionals = positionals.slice(argCounts.length);
    return startIndex;
  }

  // consume Positionals and Optionals alternately, until we have
  // passed the last option string
  var startIndex = 0;
  var position;

  var maxOptionStringIndex = -1;

  Object.keys(optionStringIndices).forEach(function (position) {
    maxOptionStringIndex = Math.max(maxOptionStringIndex, parseInt(position, 10));
  });

  var positionalsEndIndex, nextOptionStringIndex;

  while (startIndex <= maxOptionStringIndex) {
    // consume any Positionals preceding the next option
    nextOptionStringIndex = null;
    for (position in optionStringIndices) {
      if (!optionStringIndices.hasOwnProperty(position)) { continue; }

      position = parseInt(position, 10);
      if (position >= startIndex) {
        if (nextOptionStringIndex !== null) {
          nextOptionStringIndex = Math.min(nextOptionStringIndex, position);
        } else {
          nextOptionStringIndex = position;
        }
      }
    }

    if (startIndex !== nextOptionStringIndex) {
      positionalsEndIndex = consumePositionals(startIndex);
      // only try to parse the next optional if we didn't consume
      // the option string during the positionals parsing
      if (positionalsEndIndex > startIndex) {
        startIndex = positionalsEndIndex;
        continue;
      } else {
        startIndex = positionalsEndIndex;
      }
    }

    // if we consumed all the positionals we could and we're not
    // at the index of an option string, there were extra arguments
    if (!optionStringIndices[startIndex]) {
      var strings = argStrings.slice(startIndex, nextOptionStringIndex);
      extras = extras.concat(strings);
      startIndex = nextOptionStringIndex;
    }
    // consume the next optional and any arguments for it
    startIndex = consumeOptional(startIndex);
  }

  // consume any positionals following the last Optional
  var stopIndex = consumePositionals(startIndex);

  // if we didn't consume all the argument strings, there were extras
  extras = extras.concat(argStrings.slice(stopIndex));

  // if we didn't use all the Positional objects, there were too few
  // arg strings supplied.
  if (positionals.length > 0) {
    self.error('too few arguments');
  }

  // make sure all required actions were present
  self._actions.forEach(function (action) {
    if (action.required) {
      if (seenActions.indexOf(action) < 0) {
        self.error(format('Argument "%s" is required', action.getName()));
      }
    }
  });

  // make sure all required groups have one option present
  var actionUsed = false;
  self._mutuallyExclusiveGroups.forEach(function (group) {
    if (group.required) {
      actionUsed = group._groupActions.some(function (action) {
        return seenNonDefaultActions.indexOf(action) !== -1;
      });

      // if no actions were used, report the error
      if (!actionUsed) {
        var names = [];
        group._groupActions.forEach(function (action) {
          if (action.help !== c.SUPPRESS) {
            names.push(action.getName());
          }
        });
        names = names.join(' ');
        var msg = 'one of the arguments ' + names + ' is required';
        self.error(msg);
      }
    }
  });

  // return the updated namespace and the extra arguments
  return [ namespace, extras ];
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._readArgsFromFiles = function (argStrings) {
  // expand arguments referencing files
  var self = this;
  var fs = require('fs');
  var newArgStrings = [];
  argStrings.forEach(function (argString) {
    if (self.fromfilePrefixChars.indexOf(argString[0]) < 0) {
      // for regular arguments, just add them back into the list
      newArgStrings.push(argString);
    } else {
      // replace arguments referencing files with the file content
      try {
        var argstrs = [];
        var filename = argString.slice(1);
        var content = fs.readFileSync(filename, 'utf8');
        content = content.trim().split('\n');
        content.forEach(function (argLine) {
          self.convertArgLineToArgs(argLine).forEach(function (arg) {
            argstrs.push(arg);
          });
          argstrs = self._readArgsFromFiles(argstrs);
        });
        newArgStrings.push.apply(newArgStrings, argstrs);
      } catch (error) {
        return self.error(error.message);
      }
    }
  });
  return newArgStrings;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype.convertArgLineToArgs = function (argLine) {
  return [ argLine ];
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._matchArgument = function (action, regexpArgStrings) {

  // match the pattern for this action to the arg strings
  var regexpNargs = new RegExp('^' + this._getNargsPattern(action));
  var matches = regexpArgStrings.match(regexpNargs);
  var message;

  // throw an exception if we weren't able to find a match
  if (!matches) {
    switch (action.nargs) {
      /*eslint-disable no-undefined*/
      case undefined:
      case null:
        message = 'Expected one argument.';
        break;
      case c.OPTIONAL:
        message = 'Expected at most one argument.';
        break;
      case c.ONE_OR_MORE:
        message = 'Expected at least one argument.';
        break;
      default:
        message = 'Expected %s argument(s)';
    }

    throw argumentErrorHelper(
      action,
      format(message, action.nargs)
    );
  }
  // return the number of arguments matched
  return matches[1].length;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._matchArgumentsPartial = function (actions, regexpArgStrings) {
  // progressively shorten the actions list by slicing off the
  // final actions until we find a match
  var self = this;
  var result = [];
  var actionSlice, pattern, matches;
  var i, j;

  function getLength(string) {
    return string.length;
  }

  for (i = actions.length; i > 0; i--) {
    pattern = '';
    actionSlice = actions.slice(0, i);
    for (j = 0; j < actionSlice.length; j++) {
      pattern += self._getNargsPattern(actionSlice[j]);
    }

    pattern = new RegExp('^' + pattern);
    matches = regexpArgStrings.match(pattern);

    if (matches && matches.length > 0) {
      // need only groups
      matches = matches.splice(1);
      result = result.concat(matches.map(getLength));
      break;
    }
  }

  // return the list of arg string counts
  return result;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._parseOptional = function (argString) {
  var action, optionString, argExplicit, optionTuples;

  // if it's an empty string, it was meant to be a positional
  if (!argString) {
    return null;
  }

  // if it doesn't start with a prefix, it was meant to be positional
  if (this.prefixChars.indexOf(argString[0]) < 0) {
    return null;
  }

  // if the option string is present in the parser, return the action
  if (this._optionStringActions[argString]) {
    return [ this._optionStringActions[argString], argString, null ];
  }

  // if it's just a single character, it was meant to be positional
  if (argString.length === 1) {
    return null;
  }

  // if the option string before the "=" is present, return the action
  if (argString.indexOf('=') >= 0) {
    optionString = argString.split('=', 1)[0];
    argExplicit = argString.slice(optionString.length + 1);

    if (this._optionStringActions[optionString]) {
      action = this._optionStringActions[optionString];
      return [ action, optionString, argExplicit ];
    }
  }

  // search through all possible prefixes of the option string
  // and all actions in the parser for possible interpretations
  optionTuples = this._getOptionTuples(argString);

  // if multiple actions match, the option string was ambiguous
  if (optionTuples.length > 1) {
    var optionStrings = optionTuples.map(function (optionTuple) {
      return optionTuple[1];
    });
    this.error(format(
          'Ambiguous option: "%s" could match %s.',
          argString, optionStrings.join(', ')
    ));
  // if exactly one action matched, this segmentation is good,
  // so return the parsed action
  } else if (optionTuples.length === 1) {
    return optionTuples[0];
  }

  // if it was not found as an option, but it looks like a negative
  // number, it was meant to be positional
  // unless there are negative-number-like options
  if (argString.match(this._regexpNegativeNumber)) {
    if (!this._hasNegativeNumberOptionals.some(Boolean)) {
      return null;
    }
  }
  // if it contains a space, it was meant to be a positional
  if (argString.search(' ') >= 0) {
    return null;
  }

  // it was meant to be an optional but there is no such option
  // in this parser (though it might be a valid option in a subparser)
  return [ null, argString, null ];
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._getOptionTuples = function (optionString) {
  var result = [];
  var chars = this.prefixChars;
  var optionPrefix;
  var argExplicit;
  var action;
  var actionOptionString;

  // option strings starting with two prefix characters are only split at
  // the '='
  if (chars.indexOf(optionString[0]) >= 0 && chars.indexOf(optionString[1]) >= 0) {
    if (optionString.indexOf('=') >= 0) {
      var optionStringSplit = optionString.split('=', 1);

      optionPrefix = optionStringSplit[0];
      argExplicit = optionStringSplit[1];
    } else {
      optionPrefix = optionString;
      argExplicit = null;
    }

    for (actionOptionString in this._optionStringActions) {
      if (actionOptionString.substr(0, optionPrefix.length) === optionPrefix) {
        action = this._optionStringActions[actionOptionString];
        result.push([ action, actionOptionString, argExplicit ]);
      }
    }

  // single character options can be concatenated with their arguments
  // but multiple character options always have to have their argument
  // separate
  } else if (chars.indexOf(optionString[0]) >= 0 && chars.indexOf(optionString[1]) < 0) {
    optionPrefix = optionString;
    argExplicit = null;
    var optionPrefixShort = optionString.substr(0, 2);
    var argExplicitShort = optionString.substr(2);

    for (actionOptionString in this._optionStringActions) {
      if (!$$.has(this._optionStringActions, actionOptionString)) continue;

      action = this._optionStringActions[actionOptionString];
      if (actionOptionString === optionPrefixShort) {
        result.push([ action, actionOptionString, argExplicitShort ]);
      } else if (actionOptionString.substr(0, optionPrefix.length) === optionPrefix) {
        result.push([ action, actionOptionString, argExplicit ]);
      }
    }

  // shouldn't ever get here
  } else {
    throw new Error(format('Unexpected option string: %s.', optionString));
  }
  // return the collected option tuples
  return result;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._getNargsPattern = function (action) {
  // in all examples below, we have to allow for '--' args
  // which are represented as '-' in the pattern
  var regexpNargs;

  switch (action.nargs) {
    // the default (null) is assumed to be a single argument
    case undefined:
    case null:
      regexpNargs = '(-*A-*)';
      break;
    // allow zero or more arguments
    case c.OPTIONAL:
      regexpNargs = '(-*A?-*)';
      break;
    // allow zero or more arguments
    case c.ZERO_OR_MORE:
      regexpNargs = '(-*[A-]*)';
      break;
    // allow one or more arguments
    case c.ONE_OR_MORE:
      regexpNargs = '(-*A[A-]*)';
      break;
    // allow any number of options or arguments
    case c.REMAINDER:
      regexpNargs = '([-AO]*)';
      break;
    // allow one argument followed by any number of options or arguments
    case c.PARSER:
      regexpNargs = '(-*A[-AO]*)';
      break;
    // all others should be integers
    default:
      regexpNargs = '(-*' + $$.repeat('-*A', action.nargs) + '-*)';
  }

  // if this is an optional action, -- is not allowed
  if (action.isOptional()) {
    regexpNargs = regexpNargs.replace(/-\*/g, '');
    regexpNargs = regexpNargs.replace(/-/g, '');
  }

  // return the pattern
  return regexpNargs;
};

//
// Value conversion methods
//

ArgumentParser.prototype._getValues = function (action, argStrings) {
  var self = this;

  // for everything but PARSER args, strip out '--'
  if (action.nargs !== c.PARSER && action.nargs !== c.REMAINDER) {
    argStrings = argStrings.filter(function (arrayElement) {
      return arrayElement !== '--';
    });
  }

  var value, argString;

  // optional argument produces a default when not present
  if (argStrings.length === 0 && action.nargs === c.OPTIONAL) {

    value = (action.isOptional()) ? action.constant : action.defaultValue;

    if (typeof (value) === 'string') {
      value = this._getValue(action, value);
      this._checkValue(action, value);
    }

  // when nargs='*' on a positional, if there were no command-line
  // args, use the default if it is anything other than None
  } else if (argStrings.length === 0 && action.nargs === c.ZERO_OR_MORE &&
    action.optionStrings.length === 0) {

    value = (action.defaultValue || argStrings);
    this._checkValue(action, value);

  // single argument or optional argument produces a single value
  } else if (argStrings.length === 1 &&
        (!action.nargs || action.nargs === c.OPTIONAL)) {

    argString = argStrings[0];
    value = this._getValue(action, argString);
    this._checkValue(action, value);

  // REMAINDER arguments convert all values, checking none
  } else if (action.nargs === c.REMAINDER) {
    value = argStrings.map(function (v) {
      return self._getValue(action, v);
    });

  // PARSER arguments convert all values, but check only the first
  } else if (action.nargs === c.PARSER) {
    value = argStrings.map(function (v) {
      return self._getValue(action, v);
    });
    this._checkValue(action, value[0]);

  // all other types of nargs produce a list
  } else {
    value = argStrings.map(function (v) {
      return self._getValue(action, v);
    });
    value.forEach(function (v) {
      self._checkValue(action, v);
    });
  }

  // return the converted value
  return value;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._getValue = function (action, argString) {
  var result;

  var typeFunction = this._registryGet('type', action.type, action.type);
  if (typeof typeFunction !== 'function') {
    var message = format('%s is not callable', typeFunction);
    throw argumentErrorHelper(action, message);
  }

  // convert the value to the appropriate type
  try {
    result = typeFunction(argString);

    // ArgumentTypeErrors indicate errors
    // If action.type is not a registered string, it is a function
    // Try to deduce its name for inclusion in the error message
    // Failing that, include the error message it raised.
  } catch (e) {
    var name = null;
    if (typeof action.type === 'string') {
      name = action.type;
    } else {
      name = action.type.name || action.type.displayName || '<function>';
    }
    var msg = format('Invalid %s value: %s', name, argString);
    if (name === '<function>') { msg += '\n' + e.message; }
    throw argumentErrorHelper(action, msg);
  }
  // return the converted value
  return result;
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._checkValue = function (action, value) {
  // converted value must be one of the choices (if specified)
  var choices = action.choices;
  if (choices) {
    // choise for argument can by array or string
    if ((typeof choices === 'string' || Array.isArray(choices)) &&
        choices.indexOf(value) !== -1) {
      return;
    }
    // choise for subparsers can by only hash
    if (typeof choices === 'object' && !Array.isArray(choices) && choices[value]) {
      return;
    }

    if (typeof choices === 'string') {
      choices = choices.split('').join(', ');
    } else if (Array.isArray(choices)) {
      choices =  choices.join(', ');
    } else {
      choices =  Object.keys(choices).join(', ');
    }
    var message = format('Invalid choice: %s (choose from [%s])', value, choices);
    throw argumentErrorHelper(action, message);
  }
};

//
// Help formatting methods
//

/**
 * ArgumentParser#formatUsage -> string
 *
 * Return usage string
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#printing-help
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.formatUsage = function () {
  var formatter = this._getFormatter();
  formatter.addUsage(this.usage, this._actions, this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups);
  return formatter.formatHelp();
};

/**
 * ArgumentParser#formatHelp -> string
 *
 * Return help
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#printing-help
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.formatHelp = function () {
  var formatter = this._getFormatter();

  // usage
  formatter.addUsage(this.usage, this._actions, this._mutuallyExclusiveGroups);

  // description
  formatter.addText(this.description);

  // positionals, optionals and user-defined groups
  this._actionGroups.forEach(function (actionGroup) {
    formatter.startSection(actionGroup.title);
    formatter.addText(actionGroup.description);
    formatter.addArguments(actionGroup._groupActions);
    formatter.endSection();
  });

  // epilog
  formatter.addText(this.epilog);

  // determine help from format above
  return formatter.formatHelp();
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._getFormatter = function () {
  var FormatterClass = this.formatterClass;
  var formatter = new FormatterClass({ prog: this.prog });
  return formatter;
};

//
//  Print functions
//

/**
 * ArgumentParser#printUsage() -> Void
 *
 * Print usage
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#printing-help
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.printUsage = function () {
  this._printMessage(this.formatUsage());
};

/**
 * ArgumentParser#printHelp() -> Void
 *
 * Print help
 *
 * See also [original guide][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#printing-help
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.printHelp = function () {
  this._printMessage(this.formatHelp());
};

ArgumentParser.prototype._printMessage = function (message, stream) {
  if (!stream) {
    stream = process.stdout;
  }
  if (message) {
    stream.write('' + message);
  }
};

//
//  Exit functions
//

/**
 * ArgumentParser#exit(status=0, message) -> Void
 * - status (int): exit status
 * - message (string): message
 *
 * Print message in stderr/stdout and exit program
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.exit = function (status, message) {
  if (message) {
    if (status === 0) {
      this._printMessage(message);
    } else {
      this._printMessage(message, process.stderr);
    }
  }

  process.exit(status);
};

/**
 * ArgumentParser#error(message) -> Void
 * - err (Error|string): message
 *
 * Error method Prints a usage message incorporating the message to stderr and
 * exits. If you override this in a subclass,
 * it should not return -- it should
 * either exit or throw an exception.
 *
 **/
ArgumentParser.prototype.error = function (err) {
  var message;
  if (err instanceof Error) {
    if (this.debug === true) {
      throw err;
    }
    message = err.message;
  } else {
    message = err;
  }
  var msg = format('%s: error: %s', this.prog, message) + c.EOL;

  if (this.debug === true) {
    throw new Error(msg);
  }

  this.printUsage(process.stderr);

  return this.exit(2, msg);
};

module.exports = ArgumentParser;

A node_modules/argparse/lib/const.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/const.js +21 -0
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//
// Constants
//

'use strict';

module.exports.EOL = '\n';

module.exports.SUPPRESS = '==SUPPRESS==';

module.exports.OPTIONAL = '?';

module.exports.ZERO_OR_MORE = '*';

module.exports.ONE_OR_MORE = '+';

module.exports.PARSER = 'A...';

module.exports.REMAINDER = '...';

module.exports._UNRECOGNIZED_ARGS_ATTR = '_unrecognized_args';

A node_modules/argparse/lib/help/added_formatters.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/help/added_formatters.js +87 -0
@@ 0,0 1,87 @@
'use strict';

var util    = require('util');

// Constants
var c = require('../const');

var $$ = require('../utils');
var HelpFormatter = require('./formatter.js');

/**
 * new RawDescriptionHelpFormatter(options)
 * new ArgumentParser({formatterClass: argparse.RawDescriptionHelpFormatter, ...})
 *
 * Help message formatter which adds default values to argument help.
 *
 * Only the name of this class is considered a public API. All the methods
 * provided by the class are considered an implementation detail.
 **/

function ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter(options) {
  HelpFormatter.call(this, options);
}

util.inherits(ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter, HelpFormatter);

ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter.prototype._getHelpString = function (action) {
  var help = action.help;
  if (action.help.indexOf('%(defaultValue)s') === -1) {
    if (action.defaultValue !== c.SUPPRESS) {
      var defaulting_nargs = [ c.OPTIONAL, c.ZERO_OR_MORE ];
      if (action.isOptional() || (defaulting_nargs.indexOf(action.nargs) >= 0)) {
        help += ' (default: %(defaultValue)s)';
      }
    }
  }
  return help;
};

module.exports.ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter = ArgumentDefaultsHelpFormatter;

/**
 * new RawDescriptionHelpFormatter(options)
 * new ArgumentParser({formatterClass: argparse.RawDescriptionHelpFormatter, ...})
 *
 * Help message formatter which retains any formatting in descriptions.
 *
 * Only the name of this class is considered a public API. All the methods
 * provided by the class are considered an implementation detail.
 **/

function RawDescriptionHelpFormatter(options) {
  HelpFormatter.call(this, options);
}

util.inherits(RawDescriptionHelpFormatter, HelpFormatter);

RawDescriptionHelpFormatter.prototype._fillText = function (text, width, indent) {
  var lines = text.split('\n');
  lines = lines.map(function (line) {
    return $$.trimEnd(indent + line);
  });
  return lines.join('\n');
};
module.exports.RawDescriptionHelpFormatter = RawDescriptionHelpFormatter;

/**
 * new RawTextHelpFormatter(options)
 * new ArgumentParser({formatterClass: argparse.RawTextHelpFormatter, ...})
 *
 * Help message formatter which retains formatting of all help text.
 *
 * Only the name of this class is considered a public API. All the methods
 * provided by the class are considered an implementation detail.
 **/

function RawTextHelpFormatter(options) {
  RawDescriptionHelpFormatter.call(this, options);
}

util.inherits(RawTextHelpFormatter, RawDescriptionHelpFormatter);

RawTextHelpFormatter.prototype._splitLines = function (text) {
  return text.split('\n');
};

module.exports.RawTextHelpFormatter = RawTextHelpFormatter;

A node_modules/argparse/lib/help/formatter.js => node_modules/argparse/lib/help/formatter.js +795 -0
@@ 0,0 1,795 @@
/**
 * class HelpFormatter
 *
 * Formatter for generating usage messages and argument help strings. Only the
 * name of this class is considered a public API. All the methods provided by
 * the class are considered an implementation detail.
 *
 * Do not call in your code, use this class only for inherits your own forvatter
 *
 * ToDo add [additonal formatters][1]
 *
 * [1]:http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html#formatter-class
 **/
'use strict';

var sprintf = require('sprintf-js').sprintf;

// Constants
var c = require('../const');

var $$ = require('../utils');


/*:nodoc:* internal
 * new Support(parent, heding)
 * - parent (object): parent section
 * - heading (string): header string
 *
 **/
function Section(parent, heading) {
  this._parent = parent;
  this._heading = heading;
  this._items = [];
}

/*:nodoc:* internal
 * Section#addItem(callback) -> Void
 * - callback (array): tuple with function and args
 *
 * Add function for single element
 **/
Section.prototype.addItem = function (callback) {
  this._items.push(callback);
};

/*:nodoc:* internal
 * Section#formatHelp(formatter) -> string
 * - formatter (HelpFormatter): current formatter
 *
 * Form help section string
 *
 **/
Section.prototype.formatHelp = function (formatter) {
  var itemHelp, heading;

  // format the indented section
  if (this._parent) {
    formatter._indent();
  }

  itemHelp = this._items.map(function (item) {
    var obj, func, args;

    obj = formatter;
    func = item[0];
    args = item[1];
    return func.apply(obj, args);
  });
  itemHelp = formatter._joinParts(itemHelp);

  if (this._parent) {
    formatter._dedent();
  }

  // return nothing if the section was empty
  if (!itemHelp) {
    return '';
  }

  // add the heading if the section was non-empty
  heading = '';
  if (this._heading && this._heading !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    var currentIndent = formatter.currentIndent;
    heading = $$.repeat(' ', currentIndent) + this._heading + ':' + c.EOL;
  }

  // join the section-initialize newline, the heading and the help
  return formatter._joinParts([ c.EOL, heading, itemHelp, c.EOL ]);
};

/**
 * new HelpFormatter(options)
 *
 * #### Options:
 * - `prog`: program name
 * - `indentIncriment`: indent step, default value 2
 * - `maxHelpPosition`: max help position, default value = 24
 * - `width`: line width
 *
 **/
var HelpFormatter = module.exports = function HelpFormatter(options) {
  options = options || {};

  this._prog = options.prog;

  this._maxHelpPosition = options.maxHelpPosition || 24;
  this._width = (options.width || ((process.env.COLUMNS || 80) - 2));

  this._currentIndent = 0;
  this._indentIncriment = options.indentIncriment || 2;
  this._level = 0;
  this._actionMaxLength = 0;

  this._rootSection = new Section(null);
  this._currentSection = this._rootSection;

  this._whitespaceMatcher = new RegExp('\\s+', 'g');
  this._longBreakMatcher = new RegExp(c.EOL + c.EOL + c.EOL + '+', 'g');
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._indent = function () {
  this._currentIndent += this._indentIncriment;
  this._level += 1;
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._dedent = function () {
  this._currentIndent -= this._indentIncriment;
  this._level -= 1;
  if (this._currentIndent < 0) {
    throw new Error('Indent decreased below 0.');
  }
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._addItem = function (func, args) {
  this._currentSection.addItem([ func, args ]);
};

//
// Message building methods
//

/**
 * HelpFormatter#startSection(heading) -> Void
 * - heading (string): header string
 *
 * Start new help section
 *
 * See alse [code example][1]
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      formatter.startSection(actionGroup.title);
 *      formatter.addText(actionGroup.description);
 *      formatter.addArguments(actionGroup._groupActions);
 *      formatter.endSection();
 *
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.startSection = function (heading) {
  this._indent();
  var section = new Section(this._currentSection, heading);
  var func = section.formatHelp.bind(section);
  this._addItem(func, [ this ]);
  this._currentSection = section;
};

/**
 * HelpFormatter#endSection -> Void
 *
 * End help section
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      formatter.startSection(actionGroup.title);
 *      formatter.addText(actionGroup.description);
 *      formatter.addArguments(actionGroup._groupActions);
 *      formatter.endSection();
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.endSection = function () {
  this._currentSection = this._currentSection._parent;
  this._dedent();
};

/**
 * HelpFormatter#addText(text) -> Void
 * - text (string): plain text
 *
 * Add plain text into current section
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      formatter.startSection(actionGroup.title);
 *      formatter.addText(actionGroup.description);
 *      formatter.addArguments(actionGroup._groupActions);
 *      formatter.endSection();
 *
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.addText = function (text) {
  if (text && text !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    this._addItem(this._formatText, [ text ]);
  }
};

/**
 * HelpFormatter#addUsage(usage, actions, groups, prefix) -> Void
 * - usage (string): usage text
 * - actions (array): actions list
 * - groups (array): groups list
 * - prefix (string): usage prefix
 *
 * Add usage data into current section
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      formatter.addUsage(this.usage, this._actions, []);
 *      return formatter.formatHelp();
 *
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.addUsage = function (usage, actions, groups, prefix) {
  if (usage !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    this._addItem(this._formatUsage, [ usage, actions, groups, prefix ]);
  }
};

/**
 * HelpFormatter#addArgument(action) -> Void
 * - action (object): action
 *
 * Add argument into current section
 *
 * Single variant of [[HelpFormatter#addArguments]]
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.addArgument = function (action) {
  if (action.help !== c.SUPPRESS) {
    var self = this;

    // find all invocations
    var invocations = [ this._formatActionInvocation(action) ];
    var invocationLength = invocations[0].length;

    var actionLength;

    if (action._getSubactions) {
      this._indent();
      action._getSubactions().forEach(function (subaction) {

        var invocationNew = self._formatActionInvocation(subaction);
        invocations.push(invocationNew);
        invocationLength = Math.max(invocationLength, invocationNew.length);

      });
      this._dedent();
    }

    // update the maximum item length
    actionLength = invocationLength + this._currentIndent;
    this._actionMaxLength = Math.max(this._actionMaxLength, actionLength);

    // add the item to the list
    this._addItem(this._formatAction, [ action ]);
  }
};

/**
 * HelpFormatter#addArguments(actions) -> Void
 * - actions (array): actions list
 *
 * Mass add arguments into current section
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      formatter.startSection(actionGroup.title);
 *      formatter.addText(actionGroup.description);
 *      formatter.addArguments(actionGroup._groupActions);
 *      formatter.endSection();
 *
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.addArguments = function (actions) {
  var self = this;
  actions.forEach(function (action) {
    self.addArgument(action);
  });
};

//
// Help-formatting methods
//

/**
 * HelpFormatter#formatHelp -> string
 *
 * Format help
 *
 * ##### Example
 *
 *      formatter.addText(this.epilog);
 *      return formatter.formatHelp();
 *
 **/
HelpFormatter.prototype.formatHelp = function () {
  var help = this._rootSection.formatHelp(this);
  if (help) {
    help = help.replace(this._longBreakMatcher, c.EOL + c.EOL);
    help = $$.trimChars(help, c.EOL) + c.EOL;
  }
  return help;
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._joinParts = function (partStrings) {
  return partStrings.filter(function (part) {
    return (part && part !== c.SUPPRESS);
  }).join('');
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._formatUsage = function (usage, actions, groups, prefix) {
  if (!prefix && typeof prefix !== 'string') {
    prefix = 'usage: ';
  }

  actions = actions || [];
  groups = groups || [];


  // if usage is specified, use that
  if (usage) {
    usage = sprintf(usage, { prog: this._prog });

    // if no optionals or positionals are available, usage is just prog
  } else if (!usage && actions.length === 0) {
    usage = this._prog;

    // if optionals and positionals are available, calculate usage
  } else if (!usage) {
    var prog = this._prog;
    var optionals = [];
    var positionals = [];
    var actionUsage;
    var textWidth;

    // split optionals from positionals
    actions.forEach(function (action) {
      if (action.isOptional()) {
        optionals.push(action);
      } else {
        positionals.push(action);
      }
    });

    // build full usage string
    actionUsage = this._formatActionsUsage([].concat(optionals, positionals), groups);
    usage = [ prog, actionUsage ].join(' ');

    // wrap the usage parts if it's too long
    textWidth = this._width - this._currentIndent;
    if ((prefix.length + usage.length) > textWidth) {

      // break usage into wrappable parts
      var regexpPart = new RegExp('\\(.*?\\)+|\\[.*?\\]+|\\S+', 'g');
      var optionalUsage = this._formatActionsUsage(optionals, groups);
      var positionalUsage = this._formatActionsUsage(positionals, groups);


      var optionalParts = optionalUsage.match(regexpPart);
      var positionalParts = positionalUsage.match(regexpPart) || [];

      if (optionalParts.join(' ') !== optionalUsage) {
        throw new Error('assert "optionalParts.join(\' \') === optionalUsage"');
      }
      if (positionalParts.join(' ') !== positionalUsage) {
        throw new Error('assert "positionalParts.join(\' \') === positionalUsage"');
      }

      // helper for wrapping lines
      /*eslint-disable func-style*/ // node 0.10 compat
      var _getLines = function (parts, indent, prefix) {
        var lines = [];
        var line = [];

        var lineLength = prefix ? prefix.length - 1 : indent.length - 1;

        parts.forEach(function (part) {
          if (lineLength + 1 + part.length > textWidth) {
            lines.push(indent + line.join(' '));
            line = [];
            lineLength = indent.length - 1;
          }
          line.push(part);
          lineLength += part.length + 1;
        });

        if (line) {
          lines.push(indent + line.join(' '));
        }
        if (prefix) {
          lines[0] = lines[0].substr(indent.length);
        }
        return lines;
      };

      var lines, indent, parts;
      // if prog is short, follow it with optionals or positionals
      if (prefix.length + prog.length <= 0.75 * textWidth) {
        indent = $$.repeat(' ', (prefix.length + prog.length + 1));
        if (optionalParts) {
          lines = [].concat(
            _getLines([ prog ].concat(optionalParts), indent, prefix),
            _getLines(positionalParts, indent)
          );
        } else if (positionalParts) {
          lines = _getLines([ prog ].concat(positionalParts), indent, prefix);
        } else {
          lines = [ prog ];
        }

        // if prog is long, put it on its own line
      } else {
        indent = $$.repeat(' ', prefix.length);
        parts = optionalParts.concat(positionalParts);
        lines = _getLines(parts, indent);
        if (lines.length > 1) {
          lines = [].concat(
            _getLines(optionalParts, indent),
            _getLines(positionalParts, indent)
          );
        }
        lines = [ prog ].concat(lines);
      }
      // join lines into usage
      usage = lines.join(c.EOL);
    }
  }

  // prefix with 'usage:'
  return prefix + usage + c.EOL + c.EOL;
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._formatActionsUsage = function (actions, groups) {
  // find group indices and identify actions in groups
  var groupActions = [];
  var inserts = [];
  var self = this;

  groups.forEach(function (group) {
    var end;
    var i;

    var start = actions.indexOf(group._groupActions[0]);
    if (start >= 0) {
      end = start + group._groupActions.length;

      //if (actions.slice(start, end) === group._groupActions) {
      if ($$.arrayEqual(actions.slice(start, end), group._groupActions)) {
        group._groupActions.forEach(function (action) {
          groupActions.push(action);
        });

        if (!group.required) {
          if (inserts[start]) {
            inserts[start] += ' [';
          } else {
            inserts[start] = '[';
          }
          inserts[end] = ']';
        } else {
          if (inserts[start]) {
            inserts[start] += ' (';
          } else {
            inserts[start] = '(';
          }
          inserts[end] = ')';
        }
        for (i = start + 1; i < end; i += 1) {
          inserts[i] = '|';
        }
      }
    }
  });

  // collect all actions format strings
  var parts = [];

  actions.forEach(function (action, actionIndex) {
    var part;
    var optionString;
    var argsDefault;
    var argsString;

    // suppressed arguments are marked with None
    // remove | separators for suppressed arguments
    if (action.help === c.SUPPRESS) {
      parts.push(null);
      if (inserts[actionIndex] === '|') {
        inserts.splice(actionIndex, actionIndex);
      } else if (inserts[actionIndex + 1] === '|') {
        inserts.splice(actionIndex + 1, actionIndex + 1);
      }

      // produce all arg strings
    } else if (!action.isOptional()) {
      part = self._formatArgs(action, action.dest);

      // if it's in a group, strip the outer []
      if (groupActions.indexOf(action) >= 0) {
        if (part[0] === '[' && part[part.length - 1] === ']') {
          part = part.slice(1, -1);
        }
      }
      // add the action string to the list
      parts.push(part);

    // produce the first way to invoke the option in brackets
    } else {
      optionString = action.optionStrings[0];

      // if the Optional doesn't take a value, format is: -s or --long
      if (action.nargs === 0) {
        part = '' + optionString;

      // if the Optional takes a value, format is: -s ARGS or --long ARGS
      } else {
        argsDefault = action.dest.toUpperCase();
        argsString = self._formatArgs(action, argsDefault);
        part = optionString + ' ' + argsString;
      }
      // make it look optional if it's not required or in a group
      if (!action.required && groupActions.indexOf(action) < 0) {
        part = '[' + part + ']';
      }
      // add the action string to the list
      parts.push(part);
    }
  });

  // insert things at the necessary indices
  for (var i = inserts.length - 1; i >= 0; --i) {
    if (inserts[i] !== null) {
      parts.splice(i, 0, inserts[i]);
    }
  }

  // join all the action items with spaces
  var text = parts.filter(function (part) {
    return !!part;
  }).join(' ');

  // clean up separators for mutually exclusive groups
  text = text.replace(/([\[(]) /g, '$1'); // remove spaces
  text = text.replace(/ ([\])])/g, '$1');
  text = text.replace(/\[ *\]/g, ''); // remove empty groups
  text = text.replace(/\( *\)/g, '');
  text = text.replace(/\(([^|]*)\)/g, '$1'); // remove () from single action groups

  text = text.trim();

  // return the text
  return text;
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._formatText = function (text) {
  text = sprintf(text, { prog: this._prog });
  var textWidth = this._width - this._currentIndent;
  var indentIncriment = $$.repeat(' ', this._currentIndent);
  return this._fillText(text, textWidth, indentIncriment) + c.EOL + c.EOL;
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._formatAction = function (action) {
  var self = this;

  var helpText;
  var helpLines;
  var parts;
  var indentFirst;

  // determine the required width and the entry label
  var helpPosition = Math.min(this._actionMaxLength + 2, this._maxHelpPosition);
  var helpWidth = this._width - helpPosition;
  var actionWidth = helpPosition - this._currentIndent - 2;
  var actionHeader = this._formatActionInvocation(action);

  // no help; start on same line and add a final newline
  if (!action.help) {
    actionHeader = $$.repeat(' ', this._currentIndent) + actionHeader + c.EOL;

  // short action name; start on the same line and pad two spaces
  } else if (actionHeader.length <= actionWidth) {
    actionHeader = $$.repeat(' ', this._currentIndent) +
        actionHeader +
        '  ' +
        $$.repeat(' ', actionWidth - actionHeader.length);
    indentFirst = 0;

  // long action name; start on the next line
  } else {
    actionHeader = $$.repeat(' ', this._currentIndent) + actionHeader + c.EOL;
    indentFirst = helpPosition;
  }

  // collect the pieces of the action help
  parts = [ actionHeader ];

  // if there was help for the action, add lines of help text
  if (action.help) {
    helpText = this._expandHelp(action);
    helpLines = this._splitLines(helpText, helpWidth);
    parts.push($$.repeat(' ', indentFirst) + helpLines[0] + c.EOL);
    helpLines.slice(1).forEach(function (line) {
      parts.push($$.repeat(' ', helpPosition) + line + c.EOL);
    });

  // or add a newline if the description doesn't end with one
  } else if (actionHeader.charAt(actionHeader.length - 1) !== c.EOL) {
    parts.push(c.EOL);
  }
  // if there are any sub-actions, add their help as well
  if (action._getSubactions) {
    this._indent();
    action._getSubactions().forEach(function (subaction) {
      parts.push(self._formatAction(subaction));
    });
    this._dedent();
  }
  // return a single string
  return this._joinParts(parts);
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._formatActionInvocation = function (action) {
  if (!action.isOptional()) {
    var format_func = this._metavarFormatter(action, action.dest);
    var metavars = format_func(1);
    return metavars[0];
  }

  var parts = [];
  var argsDefault;
  var argsString;

  // if the Optional doesn't take a value, format is: -s, --long
  if (action.nargs === 0) {
    parts = parts.concat(action.optionStrings);

  // if the Optional takes a value, format is: -s ARGS, --long ARGS
  } else {
    argsDefault = action.dest.toUpperCase();
    argsString = this._formatArgs(action, argsDefault);
    action.optionStrings.forEach(function (optionString) {
      parts.push(optionString + ' ' + argsString);
    });
  }
  return parts.join(', ');
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._metavarFormatter = function (action, metavarDefault) {
  var result;

  if (action.metavar || action.metavar === '') {
    result = action.metavar;
  } else if (action.choices) {
    var choices = action.choices;

    if (typeof choices === 'string') {
      choices = choices.split('').join(', ');
    } else if (Array.isArray(choices)) {
      choices = choices.join(',');
    } else {
      choices = Object.keys(choices).join(',');
    }
    result = '{' + choices + '}';
  } else {
    result = metavarDefault;
  }

  return function (size) {
    if (Array.isArray(result)) {
      return result;
    }

    var metavars = [];
    for (var i = 0; i < size; i += 1) {
      metavars.push(result);
    }
    return metavars;
  };
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._formatArgs = function (action, metavarDefault) {
  var result;
  var metavars;

  var buildMetavar = this._metavarFormatter(action, metavarDefault);

  switch (action.nargs) {
    /*eslint-disable no-undefined*/
    case undefined:
    case null:
      metavars = buildMetavar(1);
      result = '' + metavars[0];
      break;
    case c.OPTIONAL:
      metavars = buildMetavar(1);
      result = '[' + metavars[0] + ']';
      break;
    case c.ZERO_OR_MORE:
      metavars = buildMetavar(2);
      result = '[' + metavars[0] + ' [' + metavars[1] + ' ...]]';
      break;
    case c.ONE_OR_MORE:
      metavars = buildMetavar(2);
      result = '' + metavars[0] + ' [' + metavars[1] + ' ...]';
      break;
    case c.REMAINDER:
      result = '...';
      break;
    case c.PARSER:
      metavars = buildMetavar(1);
      result = metavars[0] + ' ...';
      break;
    default:
      metavars = buildMetavar(action.nargs);
      result = metavars.join(' ');
  }
  return result;
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._expandHelp = function (action) {
  var params = { prog: this._prog };

  Object.keys(action).forEach(function (actionProperty) {
    var actionValue = action[actionProperty];

    if (actionValue !== c.SUPPRESS) {
      params[actionProperty] = actionValue;
    }
  });

  if (params.choices) {
    if (typeof params.choices === 'string') {
      params.choices = params.choices.split('').join(', ');
    } else if (Array.isArray(params.choices)) {
      params.choices = params.choices.join(', ');
    } else {
      params.choices = Object.keys(params.choices).join(', ');
    }
  }

  return sprintf(this._getHelpString(action), params);
};

HelpFormatter.prototype._splitLines = function (text, width) {
  var lines = [];
  var delimiters = [ ' ', '.', ',', '!', '?' ];
  var re = new RegExp('[' + delimiters.join('') + '][^' + delimiters.join('') + ']*$');

  text = text.replace(/[\n\|\t]/g, ' ');

  text = text.trim();
  text = text.replace(this._whitespaceMatcher, ' ');

  // Wraps the single paragraph in text (a string) so every line
  // is at most width characters long.
  text.split(c.EOL).forEach(function (line) {
    if (width >= line.length) {
      lines.push(line);
      return;
    }

    var wrapStart = 0;
    var wrapEnd = width;