Package hcl decodes HCL into usable Go structures.
hcl input can come in either pure HCL format or JSON format. It can be parsed into an AST, and then decoded into a structure, or it can be decoded directly from a string into a structure.
If you choose to parse HCL into a raw AST, the benefit is that you can write custom visitor implementations to implement custom semantic checks. By default, HCL does not perform any semantic checks.
Decode reads the given input and decodes it into the structure given by `out`.
DecodeObject is a lower-level version of Decode. It decodes a raw Object into the given output.
Parse parses the given input and returns the root object.
The input format can be either HCL or JSON.
ParseBytes accepts as input byte slice and returns ast tree.
Input can be either JSON or HCL
ParseString accepts input as a string and returns ast tree.
Unmarshal accepts a byte slice as input and writes the data to the value pointed to by v.
|hcl/ast||Package ast declares the types used to represent syntax trees for HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language)|
|hcl/parser||Package parser implements a parser for HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language)|
|hcl/printer||Package printer implements printing of AST nodes to HCL format.|
|hcl/scanner||Package scanner implements a scanner for HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language) source text.|
|hcl/token||Package token defines constants representing the lexical tokens for HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language)|