Fixes parsing string with unicode-range sequences

Strings with character sequences that resemble `unicode-range` property values,
`U+0-10FFFF`, would be missing the `U+` sequence in the parsed output. This is
because the tokenizer doesn't tokenize strings as their own tokens, and midway
through a string it was trying to emit a unicode range token. We now check to
see if we're currently parsing a string before interpreting `U+` as the
beginning of a unicode range.
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tree: 21a35a57690d7e7e0da5742cd0646a8de6d11304
  1. .analysis_options
  2. .gitignore
  3. .test_config
  7. bin/
  8. codereview.settings
  9. example/
  10. lib/
  11. pubspec.yaml
  12. test/

CSS parser library for Dart

This is a CSS parser written entirely in Dart. It can be used in the client/server/command line.

This package is installed with Pub, see: install instructions for this package.


Parsing CSS is easy!

import 'package:csslib/parser.dart' show parse;
import 'package:csslib/css.dart';

main() {
  var stylesheet = parse(
      '.foo { color: red; left: 20px; top: 20px; width: 100px; height:200px }');

You can pass a String or list of bytes to parse.

Running Tests

Basic tests can be found in this repository:

pub run test

The full CSS test suite can be found in

cd ../csslib-test-suite