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/*
Copyright 2011-2014 David Robillard <http://drobilla.net>
Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for any
purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR
ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
*/
/**
@file serd.h API for Serd, a lightweight RDF syntax library.
*/
#ifndef SERD_SERD_H
#define SERD_SERD_H
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#ifdef SERD_SHARED
# ifdef _WIN32
# define SERD_LIB_IMPORT __declspec(dllimport)
# define SERD_LIB_EXPORT __declspec(dllexport)
# else
# define SERD_LIB_IMPORT __attribute__((visibility("default")))
# define SERD_LIB_EXPORT __attribute__((visibility("default")))
# endif
# ifdef SERD_INTERNAL
# define SERD_API SERD_LIB_EXPORT
# else
# define SERD_API SERD_LIB_IMPORT
# endif
#else
# define SERD_API
#endif
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#else
# include <stdbool.h>
#endif
/**
@defgroup serd Serd
A lightweight RDF syntax library.
@{
*/
/**
Environment.
Represents the state required to resolve a CURIE or relative URI, e.g. the
base URI and set of namespace prefixes at a particular point.
*/
typedef struct SerdEnvImpl SerdEnv;
/**
RDF reader.
Parses RDF by calling user-provided sink functions as input is consumed
(much like an XML SAX parser).
*/
typedef struct SerdReaderImpl SerdReader;
/**
RDF writer.
Provides a number of functions to allow writing RDF syntax out to some
stream. These functions are deliberately compatible with the sink functions
used by SerdReader, so a reader can be directly connected to a writer to
re-serialise a document with minimal overhead.
*/
typedef struct SerdWriterImpl SerdWriter;
/**
Return status code.
*/
typedef enum {
SERD_SUCCESS, /**< No error */
SERD_FAILURE, /**< Non-fatal failure */
SERD_ERR_UNKNOWN, /**< Unknown error */
SERD_ERR_BAD_SYNTAX, /**< Invalid syntax */
SERD_ERR_BAD_ARG, /**< Invalid argument */
SERD_ERR_NOT_FOUND, /**< Not found */
SERD_ERR_ID_CLASH, /**< Encountered clashing blank node IDs */
SERD_ERR_BAD_CURIE, /**< Invalid CURIE (e.g. prefix does not exist) */
SERD_ERR_INTERNAL /**< Unexpected internal error (should not happen) */
} SerdStatus;
/**
RDF syntax type.
*/
typedef enum {
/**
Turtle - Terse RDF Triple Language (UTF-8).
@see <a href="http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle/">Turtle</a>
*/
SERD_TURTLE = 1,
/**
NTriples - Line-based RDF triples (ASCII).
@see <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-testcases#ntriples">NTriples</a>
*/
SERD_NTRIPLES = 2
} SerdSyntax;
/**
Flags indication inline abbreviation information for a statement.
*/
typedef enum {
SERD_EMPTY_S = 1 << 1, /**< Empty blank node subject */
SERD_EMPTY_O = 1 << 2, /**< Empty blank node object */
SERD_ANON_S_BEGIN = 1 << 3, /**< Start of anonymous subject */
SERD_ANON_O_BEGIN = 1 << 4, /**< Start of anonymous object */
SERD_ANON_CONT = 1 << 5, /**< Continuation of anonymous node */
SERD_LIST_S_BEGIN = 1 << 6, /**< Start of list subject */
SERD_LIST_O_BEGIN = 1 << 7, /**< Start of list object */
SERD_LIST_CONT = 1 << 8 /**< Continuation of list */
} SerdStatementFlag;
/**
Bitwise OR of SerdNodeFlag values.
*/
typedef uint32_t SerdStatementFlags;
/**
Type of a syntactic RDF node.
This is more precise than the type of an abstract RDF node. An abstract
node is either a resource, literal, or blank. In syntax there are two ways
to refer to a resource (by URI or CURIE) and two ways to refer to a blank
(by ID or anonymously). Anonymous (inline) blank nodes are expressed using
SerdStatementFlags rather than this type.
*/
typedef enum {
/**
The type of a nonexistent node.
This type is useful as a sentinel, but is never emitted by the reader.
*/
SERD_NOTHING = 0,
/**
Literal value.
A literal optionally has either a language, or a datatype (not both).
*/
SERD_LITERAL = 1,
/**
URI (absolute or relative).
Value is an unquoted URI string, which is either a relative reference
with respect to the current base URI (e.g. "foo/bar"), or an absolute
URI (e.g. "http://example.org/foo").
@see <a href="http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986">RFC3986</a>.
*/
SERD_URI = 2,
/**
CURIE, a shortened URI.
Value is an unquoted CURIE string relative to the current environment,
e.g. "rdf:type".
@see <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/curie">CURIE Syntax 1.0</a>
*/
SERD_CURIE = 3,
/**
A blank node.
Value is a blank node ID, e.g. "id3", which is meaningful only within
this serialisation.
@see <a href="http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle#nodeID">Turtle
<tt>nodeID</tt></a>
*/
SERD_BLANK = 4
} SerdType;
/**
Flags indicating certain string properties relevant to serialisation.
*/
typedef enum {
SERD_HAS_NEWLINE = 1, /**< Contains line breaks ('\\n' or '\\r') */
SERD_HAS_QUOTE = 1 << 1 /**< Contains quotes ('"') */
} SerdNodeFlag;
/**
Bitwise OR of SerdNodeFlag values.
*/
typedef uint32_t SerdNodeFlags;
/**
A syntactic RDF node.
*/
typedef struct {
const uint8_t* buf; /**< Value string */
size_t n_bytes; /**< Size in bytes (not including null) */
size_t n_chars; /**< Length in characters (not including null)*/
SerdNodeFlags flags; /**< Node flags (e.g. string properties) */
SerdType type; /**< Node type */
} SerdNode;
/**
An unterminated string fragment.
*/
typedef struct {
const uint8_t* buf; /**< Start of chunk */
size_t len; /**< Length of chunk in bytes */
} SerdChunk;
/**
An error description.
*/
typedef struct {
SerdStatus status; /**< Error code */
const uint8_t* filename; /**< File where error was encountered, or NULL */
unsigned line; /**< Line where error was encountered, or 0 */
unsigned col; /**< Column where error was encountered */
const char* fmt; /**< Message format string (printf style) */
va_list* args; /**< Arguments for fmt */
} SerdError;
/**
A parsed URI.
This struct directly refers to chunks in other strings, it does not own any
memory itself. Thus, URIs can be parsed and/or resolved against a base URI
in-place without allocating memory.
*/
typedef struct {
SerdChunk scheme; /**< Scheme */
SerdChunk authority; /**< Authority */
SerdChunk path_base; /**< Path prefix if relative */
SerdChunk path; /**< Path suffix */
SerdChunk query; /**< Query */
SerdChunk fragment; /**< Fragment */
} SerdURI;
/**
Syntax style options.
The style of the writer output can be controlled by ORing together
values from this enumeration. Note that some options are only supported
for some syntaxes (e.g. NTriples does not support abbreviation and is
always ASCII).
*/
typedef enum {
SERD_STYLE_ABBREVIATED = 1, /**< Abbreviate triples when possible. */
SERD_STYLE_ASCII = 1 << 1, /**< Escape all non-ASCII characters. */
SERD_STYLE_RESOLVED = 1 << 2, /**< Resolve URIs against base URI. */
SERD_STYLE_CURIED = 1 << 3, /**< Shorten URIs into CURIEs. */
SERD_STYLE_BULK = 1 << 4 /**< Write output in pages. */
} SerdStyle;
/**
@name String Utilities
@{
*/
/**
Return a string describing a status code.
*/
SERD_API
const uint8_t*
serd_strerror(SerdStatus status);
/**
Measure a UTF-8 string.
@return Length of `str` in characters (except NULL).
@param str A null-terminated UTF-8 string.
@param n_bytes (Output) Set to the size of `str` in bytes (except NULL).
@param flags (Output) Set to the applicable flags.
*/
SERD_API
size_t
serd_strlen(const uint8_t* str, size_t* n_bytes, SerdNodeFlags* flags);
/**
Parse a string to a double.
The API of this function is identical to the standard C strtod function,
except this function is locale-independent and always matches the lexical
format used in the Turtle grammar (the decimal point is always ".").
*/
SERD_API
double
serd_strtod(const char* str, char** endptr);
/**
Decode a base64 string.
This function can be used to deserialise a blob node created with
serd_node_new_blob().
@param str Base64 string to decode.
@param len The length of `str`.
@param size Set to the size of the returned blob in bytes.
@return A newly allocated blob which must be freed with free().
*/
SERD_API
void*
serd_base64_decode(const uint8_t* str, size_t len, size_t* size);
/**
@}
@name URI
@{
*/
static const SerdURI SERD_URI_NULL = {{0,0},{0,0},{0,0},{0,0},{0,0},{0,0}};
/**
Return the local path for `uri`, or NULL if `uri` is not a file URI.
Note this (inappropriately named) function only removes the file scheme if
necessary, and returns `uri` unmodified if it is an absolute path. Percent
encoding and other issues are not handled, to properly convert a file URI to
a path, use serd_file_uri_parse().
*/
SERD_API
const uint8_t*
serd_uri_to_path(const uint8_t* uri);
/**
Get the unescaped path and hostname from a file URI.
@param uri A file URI.
@param hostname If non-NULL, set to the hostname, if present.
@return The path component of the URI.
The returned path and `*hostname` must be freed with free().
*/
SERD_API
uint8_t*
serd_file_uri_parse(const uint8_t* uri, uint8_t** hostname);
/**
Return true iff `utf8` starts with a valid URI scheme.
*/
SERD_API
bool
serd_uri_string_has_scheme(const uint8_t* utf8);
/**
Parse `utf8`, writing result to `out`.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_uri_parse(const uint8_t* utf8, SerdURI* out);
/**
Set `out` to `uri` resolved against `base`.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_uri_resolve(const SerdURI* uri, const SerdURI* base, SerdURI* out);
/**
Sink function for raw string output.
*/
typedef size_t (*SerdSink)(const void* buf, size_t len, void* stream);
/**
Serialise `uri` with a series of calls to `sink`.
*/
SERD_API
size_t
serd_uri_serialise(const SerdURI* uri, SerdSink sink, void* stream);
/**
Serialise `uri` relative to `base` with a series of calls to `sink`.
The `uri` is written as a relative URI iff if it a child of `base` and @c
root. The optional `root` parameter must be a prefix of `base` and can be
used keep up-references ("../") within a certain namespace.
*/
SERD_API
size_t
serd_uri_serialise_relative(const SerdURI* uri,
const SerdURI* base,
const SerdURI* root,
SerdSink sink,
void* stream);
/**
@}
@name Node
@{
*/
static const SerdNode SERD_NODE_NULL = { 0, 0, 0, 0, SERD_NOTHING };
/**
Make a (shallow) node from `str`.
This measures, but does not copy, `str`. No memory is allocated.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_from_string(SerdType type, const uint8_t* str);
/**
Make a deep copy of `node`.
@return a node that the caller must free with serd_node_free().
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_copy(const SerdNode* node);
/**
Return true iff `a` is equal to `b`.
*/
SERD_API
bool
serd_node_equals(const SerdNode* a, const SerdNode* b);
/**
Simple wrapper for serd_node_new_uri to resolve a URI node.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_uri_from_node(const SerdNode* uri_node,
const SerdURI* base,
SerdURI* out);
/**
Simple wrapper for serd_node_new_uri to resolve a URI string.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_uri_from_string(const uint8_t* str,
const SerdURI* base,
SerdURI* out);
/**
Create a new file URI node from a file system path and optional hostname.
Backslashes in Windows paths will be converted and '%' will always be
percent encoded. If `escape` is true, all other invalid characters will be
percent encoded as well.
If `path` is relative, `hostname` is ignored.
If `out` is not NULL, it will be set to the parsed URI.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_file_uri(const uint8_t* path,
const uint8_t* hostname,
SerdURI* out,
bool escape);
/**
Create a new node by serialising `uri` into a new string.
@param uri The URI to parse and serialise.
@param base Base URI to resolve `uri` against (or NULL for no resolution).
@param out Set to the parsing of the new URI (i.e. points only to
memory owned by the new returned node).
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_uri(const SerdURI* uri, const SerdURI* base, SerdURI* out);
/**
Create a new node by serialising `d` into an xsd:decimal string.
The resulting node will always contain a `.', start with a digit, and end
with a digit (i.e. will have a leading and/or trailing `0' if necessary).
It will never be in scientific notation. A maximum of `frac_digits` digits
will be written after the decimal point, but trailing zeros will
automatically be omitted (except one if `d` is a round integer).
Note that about 16 and 8 fractional digits are required to precisely
represent a double and float, respectively.
@param d The value for the new node.
@param frac_digits The maximum number of digits after the decimal place.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_decimal(double d, unsigned frac_digits);
/**
Create a new node by serialising `i` into an xsd:integer string.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_integer(int64_t i);
/**
Create a node by serialising `buf` into an xsd:base64Binary string.
This function can be used to make a serialisable node out of arbitrary
binary data, which can be decoded using serd_base64_decode().
@param buf Raw binary input data.
@param size Size of `buf`.
@param wrap_lines Wrap lines at 76 characters to conform to RFC 2045.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_node_new_blob(const void* buf, size_t size, bool wrap_lines);
/**
Free any data owned by `node`.
Note that if `node` is itself dynamically allocated (which is not the case
for nodes created internally by serd), it will not be freed.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_node_free(SerdNode* node);
/**
@}
@name Event Handlers
@{
*/
/**
Sink (callback) for errors.
@param handle Handle for user data.
@param error Error description.
*/
typedef SerdStatus (*SerdErrorSink)(void* handle,
const SerdError* error);
/**
Sink (callback) for base URI changes.
Called whenever the base URI of the serialisation changes.
*/
typedef SerdStatus (*SerdBaseSink)(void* handle,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Sink (callback) for namespace definitions.
Called whenever a prefix is defined in the serialisation.
*/
typedef SerdStatus (*SerdPrefixSink)(void* handle,
const SerdNode* name,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Sink (callback) for statements.
Called for every RDF statement in the serialisation.
*/
typedef SerdStatus (*SerdStatementSink)(void* handle,
SerdStatementFlags flags,
const SerdNode* graph,
const SerdNode* subject,
const SerdNode* predicate,
const SerdNode* object,
const SerdNode* object_datatype,
const SerdNode* object_lang);
/**
Sink (callback) for anonymous node end markers.
This is called to indicate that the anonymous node with the given
`value` will no longer be referred to by any future statements
(i.e. the anonymous serialisation of the node is finished).
*/
typedef SerdStatus (*SerdEndSink)(void* handle,
const SerdNode* node);
/**
@}
@name Environment
@{
*/
/**
Create a new environment.
*/
SERD_API
SerdEnv*
serd_env_new(const SerdNode* base_uri);
/**
Free `ns`.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_env_free(SerdEnv* env);
/**
Get the current base URI.
*/
SERD_API
const SerdNode*
serd_env_get_base_uri(const SerdEnv* env,
SerdURI* out);
/**
Set the current base URI.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_env_set_base_uri(SerdEnv* env,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Set a namespace prefix.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_env_set_prefix(SerdEnv* env,
const SerdNode* name,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Set a namespace prefix.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_env_set_prefix_from_strings(SerdEnv* env,
const uint8_t* name,
const uint8_t* uri);
/**
Qualify `uri` into a CURIE if possible.
*/
SERD_API
bool
serd_env_qualify(const SerdEnv* env,
const SerdNode* uri,
SerdNode* prefix,
SerdChunk* suffix);
/**
Expand `curie`.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_env_expand(const SerdEnv* env,
const SerdNode* curie,
SerdChunk* uri_prefix,
SerdChunk* uri_suffix);
/**
Expand `node`, which must be a CURIE or URI, to a full URI.
*/
SERD_API
SerdNode
serd_env_expand_node(const SerdEnv* env,
const SerdNode* node);
/**
Call `func` for each prefix defined in `env`.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_env_foreach(const SerdEnv* env,
SerdPrefixSink func,
void* handle);
/**
@}
@name Reader
@{
*/
/**
Create a new RDF reader.
*/
SERD_API
SerdReader*
serd_reader_new(SerdSyntax syntax,
void* handle,
void (*free_handle)(void*),
SerdBaseSink base_sink,
SerdPrefixSink prefix_sink,
SerdStatementSink statement_sink,
SerdEndSink end_sink);
/**
Enable or disable strict parsing.
The reader is non-strict (lax) by default, which will tolerate URIs with
invalid characters. Setting strict will fail when parsing such files. An
error is printed for invalid input in either case.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_reader_set_strict(SerdReader* reader, bool strict);
/**
Set a function to be called when errors occur during reading.
The `error_sink` will be called with `handle` as its first argument. If
no error function is set, errors are printed to stderr in GCC style.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_reader_set_error_sink(SerdReader* reader,
SerdErrorSink error_sink,
void* handle);
/**
Return the `handle` passed to serd_reader_new().
*/
SERD_API
void*
serd_reader_get_handle(const SerdReader* reader);
/**
Set a prefix to be added to all blank node identifiers.
This is useful when multiple files are to be parsed into the same output
(e.g. a store, or other files). Since Serd preserves blank node IDs, this
could cause conflicts where two non-equivalent blank nodes are merged,
resulting in corrupt data. By setting a unique blank node prefix for each
parsed file, this can be avoided, while preserving blank node names.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_reader_add_blank_prefix(SerdReader* reader,
const uint8_t* prefix);
/**
Set the URI of the default graph.
If this is set, the reader will emit quads with the graph set to the given
node for any statements that are not in a named graph (which is currently
all of them since Serd currently does not support any graph syntaxes).
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_reader_set_default_graph(SerdReader* reader,
const SerdNode* graph);
/**
Read a file at a given `uri`.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_reader_read_file(SerdReader* reader,
const uint8_t* uri);
/**
Start an incremental read from a file handle.
Iff `bulk` is true, `file` will be read a page at a time. This is more
efficient, but uses a page of memory and means that an entire page of input
must be ready before any callbacks will fire. To react as soon as input
arrives, set `bulk` to false.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_reader_start_stream(SerdReader* me,
FILE* file,
const uint8_t* name,
bool bulk);
/**
Read a single "chunk" of data during an incremental read.
This function will read a single top level description, and return. This
may be a directive, statement, or several statements; essentially it reads
until a '.' is encountered. This is particularly useful for reading
directly from a pipe or socket.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_reader_read_chunk(SerdReader* me);
/**
Finish an incremental read from a file handle.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_reader_end_stream(SerdReader* me);
/**
Read `file`.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_reader_read_file_handle(SerdReader* reader,
FILE* file,
const uint8_t* name);
/**
Read `utf8`.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_reader_read_string(SerdReader* me, const uint8_t* utf8);
/**
Free `reader`.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_reader_free(SerdReader* reader);
/**
@}
@name Writer
@{
*/
/**
Create a new RDF writer.
*/
SERD_API
SerdWriter*
serd_writer_new(SerdSyntax syntax,
SerdStyle style,
SerdEnv* env,
const SerdURI* base_uri,
SerdSink sink,
void* stream);
/**
Free `writer`.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_writer_free(SerdWriter* writer);
/**
Return the env used by `writer`.
*/
SERD_API
SerdEnv*
serd_writer_get_env(SerdWriter* writer);
/**
A convenience sink function for writing to a FILE*.
This function can be used as a SerdSink when writing to a FILE*. The
`stream` parameter must be a FILE* opened for writing.
*/
SERD_API
size_t
serd_file_sink(const void* buf, size_t len, void* stream);
/**
A convenience sink function for writing to a string.
This function can be used as a SerdSink to write to a SerdChunk which is
resized as necessary with realloc(). The `stream` parameter must point to
an initialized SerdChunk. When the write is finished, the string should be
retrieved with serd_chunk_sink_finish().
*/
SERD_API
size_t
serd_chunk_sink(const void* buf, size_t len, void* stream);
/**
Finish a serialisation to a chunk with serd_chunk_sink().
The returned string is the result of the serialisation, which is NULL
terminated (by this function) and owned by the caller.
*/
SERD_API
uint8_t*
serd_chunk_sink_finish(SerdChunk* stream);
/**
Set a function to be called when errors occur during writing.
The `error_sink` will be called with `handle` as its first argument. If
no error function is set, errors are printed to stderr.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_writer_set_error_sink(SerdWriter* writer,
SerdErrorSink error_sink,
void* handle);
/**
Set a prefix to be removed from matching blank node identifiers.
*/
SERD_API
void
serd_writer_chop_blank_prefix(SerdWriter* writer,
const uint8_t* prefix);
/**
Set the current output base URI (and emit directive if applicable).
Note this function can be safely casted to SerdBaseSink.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_writer_set_base_uri(SerdWriter* writer,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Set the current root URI.
The root URI should be a prefix of the base URI. The path of the root URI
is the highest path any relative up-reference can refer to. For example,
with root <file:///foo/root> and base <file:///foo/root/base>,
<file:///foo/root> will be written as <../>, but <file:///foo> will be
written non-relatively as <file:///foo>. If the root is not explicitly set,
it defaults to the base URI, so no up-references will be created at all.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_writer_set_root_uri(SerdWriter* writer,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Set a namespace prefix (and emit directive if applicable).
Note this function can be safely casted to SerdPrefixSink.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_writer_set_prefix(SerdWriter* writer,
const SerdNode* name,
const SerdNode* uri);
/**
Write a statement.
Note this function can be safely casted to SerdStatementSink.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_writer_write_statement(SerdWriter* writer,
SerdStatementFlags flags,
const SerdNode* graph,
const SerdNode* subject,
const SerdNode* predicate,
const SerdNode* object,
const SerdNode* object_datatype,
const SerdNode* object_lang);
/**
Mark the end of an anonymous node's description.
Note this function can be safely casted to SerdEndSink.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_writer_end_anon(SerdWriter* writer,
const SerdNode* node);
/**
Finish a write.
*/
SERD_API
SerdStatus
serd_writer_finish(SerdWriter* writer);
/**
@}
@}
*/
#ifdef __cplusplus
} /* extern "C" */
#endif
#endif /* SERD_SERD_H */