[VOL-2763] - Create Make- and Dockerfile for Golang OpenONU Adapter
- note: location of build-env-variables in ldflags of docker build (test.internal) is a matter of change, when code is avaiable in repo voltha-openonu-adapter-go
- VERSION-file added
- added a single go file with a fake test

Change-Id: I1c4e0d1a3a37db409fd0fb35ba1eae3b342295a2
diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore
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+# PyCharm
+.idea
+exportToHTML
+
+# Python
+*.pyc
+
+# Emacs
+*~
+.#*
+
+# Vagrant
+.vagrant
+*.box
+
+# Ansible
+ansible/*.retry
+
+# Any vi swap files
+*.swp
+
+# Editors
+*.bak
+*.project
+*.pydevproject
+
+# Mac stuff
+.DS_Store
+**/.DS_Store
+
+# Vagrant logfile
+*.log
+
+# Virtualenv
+venv-*
+
+# Development versions of locally built libraries
+python/local_imports
+
+# test output
+tests/results
+
+# SCA reports from run golangci-lint tool
+sca-report/
diff --git a/.gitreview b/.gitreview
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+[gerrit]
+host=gerrit.opencord.org
+port=29418
+project=voltha-openonu-adapter-go.git
+defaultremote=origin
diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
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+#
+# Copyright 2016 the original author or authors.
+#
+# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+# You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+# limitations under the License.
+#
+
+# set default shell
+SHELL = bash -e -o pipefail
+
+# Variables
+VERSION                  ?= $(shell cat ./VERSION)
+
+DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_DIRTY     = false
+ifneq ($(shell git ls-files --others --modified --exclude-standard 2>/dev/null | wc -l | sed -e 's/ //g'),0)
+    DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_DIRTY = true
+endif
+## Docker related
+DOCKER_EXTRA_ARGS        ?=
+DOCKER_REGISTRY          ?=
+DOCKER_REPOSITORY        ?=
+DOCKER_TAG               ?= ${VERSION}
+ADAPTER_IMAGENAME        := ${DOCKER_REGISTRY}${DOCKER_REPOSITORY}voltha-openonu-adapter-go:${DOCKER_TAG}
+TYPE                     ?= minimal
+
+## Docker labels. Only set ref and commit date if committed
+DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_URL       ?= $(shell git remote get-url $(shell git remote))
+DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_REF       = $(shell git rev-parse HEAD)
+DOCKER_LABEL_BUILD_DATE    ?= $(shell date -u "+%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ")
+DOCKER_LABEL_COMMIT_DATE   = $(shell git show -s --format=%cd --date=iso-strict HEAD)
+
+DOCKER_BUILD_ARGS ?= \
+	${DOCKER_EXTRA_ARGS} \
+	--build-arg org_label_schema_version="${VERSION}" \
+	--build-arg org_label_schema_vcs_url="${DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_URL}" \
+	--build-arg org_label_schema_vcs_ref="${DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_REF}" \
+	--build-arg org_label_schema_build_date="${DOCKER_LABEL_BUILD_DATE}" \
+	--build-arg org_opencord_vcs_commit_date="${DOCKER_LABEL_COMMIT_DATE}" \
+	--build-arg org_opencord_vcs_dirty="${DOCKER_LABEL_VCS_DIRTY}"
+
+# tool containers
+VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION ?= 2.0.0
+
+GO                = docker run --rm --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) -v ${CURDIR}:/app -v gocache:/.cache -v gocache-${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}:/go/pkg voltha/voltha-ci-tools:${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}-golang go
+GO_JUNIT_REPORT   = docker run --rm --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) -v ${CURDIR}:/app -i voltha/voltha-ci-tools:${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}-go-junit-report go-junit-report
+GOCOVER_COBERTURA = docker run --rm --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) -v ${CURDIR}:/app -i voltha/voltha-ci-tools:${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}-gocover-cobertura gocover-cobertura
+GOFMT             = docker run --rm --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) -v ${CURDIR}:/app voltha/voltha-ci-tools:${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}-golang gofmt
+GOLANGCI_LINT     = docker run --rm --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) -v ${CURDIR}:/app -v gocache:/.cache -v gocache-${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}:/go/pkg voltha/voltha-ci-tools:${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}-golangci-lint golangci-lint
+HADOLINT          = docker run --rm --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) -v ${CURDIR}:/app voltha/voltha-ci-tools:${VOLTHA_TOOLS_VERSION}-hadolint hadolint
+
+.PHONY: docker-build local-protos local-lib-go
+
+# This should to be the first and default target in this Makefile
+help:
+	@echo "Usage: make [<target>]"
+	@echo "where available targets are:"
+	@echo ""
+	@echo "clean             : Removes any local filesystem artifacts generated by a build"
+	@echo "distclean         : Removes any local filesystem artifacts generated by a build or test run"
+	@echo "build             : Build all openonu adapter artifacts"
+	@echo "docker-build      : Build openonu adapter docker image"
+	@echo "docker-push       : Push the docker images to an external repository"
+	@echo "help              : Print this help"
+	@echo "lint              : Run all lint targets"
+	@echo "lint-dockerfile   : Perform static analysis on Dockerfiles"
+	@echo "lint-mod          : Verify the Go dependencies"
+	@echo "lint-sanity       : Run the Go language sanity tests (vet)"
+	@echo "lint-style        : Verify the Go standard format of the source"
+	@echo "local-protos      : Copies a local verison of the VOLTHA protos into the vendor directory"
+	@echo "local-lib-go      : Copies a local version of the VOTLHA dependencies into the vendor directory"
+	@echo "sca               : Runs various SCA through golangci-lint tool"
+	@echo "test              : Run unit tests, if any"
+	@echo
+
+## Local Development Helpers
+
+local-protos:
+ifdef LOCAL_PROTOS
+	rm -rf vendor/github.com/opencord/voltha-protos/v3/go
+	mkdir -p vendor/github.com/opencord/voltha-protos/v3/go
+	cp -r ${LOCAL_PROTOS}/go/* vendor/github.com/opencord/voltha-protos/v3/go
+	rm -rf vendor/github.com/opencord/voltha-protos/v3/go/vendor
+endif
+
+## Local Development Helpers
+local-lib-go:
+ifdef LOCAL_LIB_GO
+	mkdir -p vendor/github.com/opencord/voltha-lib-go/v3/pkg
+	cp -r ${LOCAL_LIB_GO}/pkg/* vendor/github.com/opencord/voltha-lib-go/v3/pkg/
+endif
+
+## Docker targets
+
+build: docker-build
+
+docker-build: local-protos local-lib-go
+	docker build $(DOCKER_BUILD_ARGS) -t ${ADAPTER_IMAGENAME} -f docker/Dockerfile.openonu .
+
+docker-push:
+	docker push ${ADAPTER_IMAGENAME}
+
+docker-kind-load:
+	@if [ "`kind get clusters | grep voltha-$(TYPE)`" = '' ]; then echo "no voltha-$(TYPE) cluster found" && exit 1; fi
+	kind load docker-image ${ADAPTER_IMAGENAME} --name=voltha-$(TYPE) --nodes $(shell kubectl get nodes --template='{{range .items}}{{.metadata.name}},{{end}}' | sed 's/,$$//')
+
+
+## lint and unit tests
+
+lint-dockerfile:
+	@echo "Running Dockerfile lint check ..."
+	@${HADOLINT} $$(find . -name "Dockerfile.*")
+	@echo "Dockerfile lint check OK"
+
+lint-style:
+	@echo "Running style check..."
+	@gofmt_out="$$(${GOFMT} -l $$(find . -name '*.go' -not -path './vendor/*'))" ;\
+	if [ ! -z "$$gofmt_out" ]; then \
+	  echo "$$gofmt_out" ;\
+	  echo "Style check failed on one or more files ^, run 'go fmt' to fix." ;\
+	  exit 1 ;\
+	fi
+	@echo "Style check OK"
+
+lint-sanity:
+	@echo "Running sanity check..."
+	@${GO} vet -mod=vendor ./...
+	@echo "Sanity check OK"
+
+lint-mod:
+	@echo "Running dependency check..."
+	@${GO} mod verify
+	@echo "Dependency check OK. Running vendor check..."
+	@git status > /dev/null
+	@git diff-index --quiet HEAD -- go.mod go.sum vendor || (echo "ERROR: Staged or modified files must be committed before running this test" && echo "`git status`" && exit 1)
+	@[[ `git ls-files --exclude-standard --others go.mod go.sum vendor` == "" ]] || (echo "ERROR: Untracked files must be cleaned up before running this test" && echo "`git status`" && exit 1)
+	${GO} mod tidy
+	${GO} mod vendor
+	@git status > /dev/null
+	@git diff-index --quiet HEAD -- go.mod go.sum vendor || (echo "ERROR: Modified files detected after running go mod tidy / go mod vendor" && echo "`git status`" && exit 1)
+	@[[ `git ls-files --exclude-standard --others go.mod go.sum vendor` == "" ]] || (echo "ERROR: Untracked files detected after running go mod tidy / go mod vendor" && echo "`git status`" && exit 1)
+	@echo "Vendor check OK."
+
+lint: local-lib-go lint-style lint-sanity lint-mod lint-dockerfile
+
+test:
+	@mkdir -p ./tests/results
+	@${GO} test -mod=vendor -v -coverprofile ./tests/results/go-test-coverage.out -covermode count ./... 2>&1 | tee ./tests/results/go-test-results.out ;\
+	RETURN=$$? ;\
+	${GO_JUNIT_REPORT} < ./tests/results/go-test-results.out > ./tests/results/go-test-results.xml ;\
+	${GOCOVER_COBERTURA} < ./tests/results/go-test-coverage.out > ./tests/results/go-test-coverage.xml ;\
+	exit $$RETURN
+
+sca:
+	@mkdir -p ./sca-report
+	@echo "Running static code analysis..."
+	@${GOLANGCI_LINT} run --deadline=4m --out-format junit-xml ./... | tee ./sca-report/sca-report.xml
+	@echo "Static code analysis OK"
+
+clean: distclean
+
+distclean:
+	rm -rf ./sca-report
+
+mod-update:
+	${GO} mod tidy
+	${GO} mod vendor
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
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+# How to Build the Golang based OpenONU Adapter
+
+> NOTE that this is a work in progress. A functional version is yet to come.
+
+## Working with Go Dependencies
+This project uses Go Modules https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/Modules to manage
+dependencies. As a local best pratice this project also vendors the dependencies.
+If you need to update dependencies please follow the Go Modules best practices
+and also perform the following steps before committing a patch:
+```bash
+go mod tidy
+go mod verify
+go mod vendor
+```
+
+## Building with a Local Copy of `voltha-protos` or `voltha-lib-go`
+If you want to build/test using a local copy or `voltha-protos` or `voltha-lib-go`
+this can be accomplished by using the environment variables `LOCAL_PROTOS` and
+`LOCAL_LIB_GO`. These environment variables should be set to the filesystem
+path where the local source is located, e.g.
+
+```bash
+LOCAL\_PROTOS=$HOME/src/voltha-protos
+LOCAL\_LIB\_GO=$HOME/src/voltha-lib-go
+```
+
+When these environment variables are set the vendored versions of these packages
+will be removed from the `vendor` directory and replaced by coping the files from
+the specified locations to the `vendor` directory. *NOTE:* _this means that
+the files in the `vendor` directory are no longer what is in the `git` repository
+and it will take manual `git` intervention to put the original files back._
diff --git a/VERSION b/VERSION
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+0.0.1-dev
diff --git a/cmd/openonu.go b/cmd/openonu.go
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+/*
+ * Copyright 2018-present Open Networking Foundation
+
+ * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+ * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+ * You may obtain a copy of the License at
+
+ * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+
+ * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+ * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+ * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+ * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+ * limitations under the License.
+ */
+
+package cmd
+
+import "log"
+
+func main()  {
+	log.Print("Openonu is running")
+}
diff --git a/cmd/openonu_test.go b/cmd/openonu_test.go
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+/*
+ * Copyright 2018-present Open Networking Foundation
+
+ * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+ * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+ * You may obtain a copy of the License at
+
+ * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+
+ * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+ * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+ * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+ * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+ * limitations under the License.
+ */
+
+package cmd
+
+import (
+	"testing"
+	"github.com/stretchr/testify/assert"
+)
+
+func Test_adapter_main(t *testing.T) {
+	assert.True(t, true)
+}
diff --git a/docker/Dockerfile.openonu b/docker/Dockerfile.openonu
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+# Copyright 2016 the original author or authors.
+#
+# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+# You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+# limitations under the License.
+
+# -------------
+# Build stage
+
+FROM golang:1.13.8-alpine3.11 AS build-env
+
+# Install required packages
+RUN apk add --no-cache wget=1.20.3-r0 git=2.20.2-r0 make=4.2.1-r2 build-base=0.5-r1 protobuf=3.6.1-r1 protobuf-dev=3.6.1-r1
+
+# Prepare directory structure
+WORKDIR /go/src
+COPY . .
+
+ARG org_label_schema_version=unknown
+ARG org_label_schema_vcs_url=unknown
+ARG org_label_schema_vcs_ref=unknown
+ARG org_label_schema_build_date=unknown
+ARG org_opencord_vcs_commit_date=unknown
+ARG org_opencord_vcs_dirty=unknown
+
+# Build openonugo
+SHELL ["/bin/ash", "-o", "pipefail", "-c"]
+ENV GO111MODULE=on
+RUN go build -mod=vendor -o /go/bin/openonugo \
+	-ldflags \
+	"-X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.version=$org_label_schema_version \
+	 -X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.vcsRef=$org_label_schema_vcs_ref  \
+	 -X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.vcsDirty=$org_opencord_vcs_dirty \
+	 -X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.goVersion=$(go version 2>&1 | sed -E  's/.*go([0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+).*/\1/g') \
+	 -X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.os=$(go env GOHOSTOS) \
+	 -X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.arch=$(go env GOHOSTARCH) \
+	 -X test.internal/openadapter/config/version.buildTime=$org_label_schema_build_date"
+
+# -------------
+# Image creation stage
+
+FROM alpine:3.11.3
+
+# Set the working directory
+WORKDIR /app
+
+# Copy required files
+COPY --from=build-env /go/bin/openonugo /app/
+
+# Label image
+ARG org_label_schema_version=unknown
+ARG org_label_schema_vcs_url=unknown
+ARG org_label_schema_vcs_ref=unknown
+ARG org_label_schema_build_date=unknown
+ARG org_opencord_vcs_commit_date=unknown
+ARG org_opencord_vcs_dirty=unknown
+
+LABEL org.label-schema.schema-version=1.0 \
+      org.label-schema.name=voltha-openonu-adapter-go \
+      org.label-schema.version=$org_label_schema_version \
+      org.label-schema.vcs-url=$org_label_schema_vcs_url \
+      org.label-schema.vcs-ref=$org_label_schema_vcs_ref \
+      org.label-schema.build-date=$org_label_schema_build_date \
+      org.opencord.vcs-commit-date=$org_opencord_vcs_commit_date \
+      org.opencord.vcs-dirty=$org_opencord_vcs_dirty
diff --git a/go.mod b/go.mod
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+++ b/go.mod
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+module github.com/opencord/voltha-openonu-adapter-go
+
+go 1.13
+
+require github.com/stretchr/testify v1.5.1
diff --git a/go.sum b/go.sum
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+github.com/davecgh/go-spew v1.1.0 h1:ZDRjVQ15GmhC3fiQ8ni8+OwkZQO4DARzQgrnXU1Liz8=
+github.com/davecgh/go-spew v1.1.0/go.mod h1:J7Y8YcW2NihsgmVo/mv3lAwl/skON4iLHjSsI+c5H38=
+github.com/pmezard/go-difflib v1.0.0 h1:4DBwDE0NGyQoBHbLQYPwSUPoCMWR5BEzIk/f1lZbAQM=
+github.com/pmezard/go-difflib v1.0.0/go.mod h1:iKH77koFhYxTK1pcRnkKkqfTogsbg7gZNVY4sRDYZ/4=
+github.com/stretchr/objx v0.1.0/go.mod h1:HFkY916IF+rwdDfMAkV7OtwuqBVzrE8GR6GFx+wExME=
+github.com/stretchr/testify v1.5.1 h1:nOGnQDM7FYENwehXlg/kFVnos3rEvtKTjRvOWSzb6H4=
+github.com/stretchr/testify v1.5.1/go.mod h1:5W2xD1RspED5o8YsWQXVCued0rvSQ+mT+I5cxcmMvtA=
+gopkg.in/check.v1 v0.0.0-20161208181325-20d25e280405 h1:yhCVgyC4o1eVCa2tZl7eS0r+SDo693bJlVdllGtEeKM=
+gopkg.in/check.v1 v0.0.0-20161208181325-20d25e280405/go.mod h1:Co6ibVJAznAaIkqp8huTwlJQCZ016jof/cbN4VW5Yz0=
+gopkg.in/yaml.v2 v2.2.2 h1:ZCJp+EgiOT7lHqUV2J862kp8Qj64Jo6az82+3Td9dZw=
+gopkg.in/yaml.v2 v2.2.2/go.mod h1:hI93XBmqTisBFMUTm0b8Fm+jr3Dg1NNxqwp+5A1VGuI=
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/LICENSE b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/LICENSE
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+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+ISC License
+
+Copyright (c) 2012-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+
+Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+
+THE 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.
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/bypass.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/bypass.go
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+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/bypass.go
@@ -0,0 +1,152 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+//
+// Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+//
+// THE 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.
+
+// NOTE: Due to the following build constraints, this file will only be compiled
+// when the code is not running on Google App Engine, compiled by GopherJS, and
+// "-tags safe" is not added to the go build command line.  The "disableunsafe"
+// tag is deprecated and thus should not be used.
+// +build !js,!appengine,!safe,!disableunsafe
+
+package spew
+
+import (
+	"reflect"
+	"unsafe"
+)
+
+const (
+	// UnsafeDisabled is a build-time constant which specifies whether or
+	// not access to the unsafe package is available.
+	UnsafeDisabled = false
+
+	// ptrSize is the size of a pointer on the current arch.
+	ptrSize = unsafe.Sizeof((*byte)(nil))
+)
+
+var (
+	// offsetPtr, offsetScalar, and offsetFlag are the offsets for the
+	// internal reflect.Value fields.  These values are valid before golang
+	// commit ecccf07e7f9d which changed the format.  The are also valid
+	// after commit 82f48826c6c7 which changed the format again to mirror
+	// the original format.  Code in the init function updates these offsets
+	// as necessary.
+	offsetPtr    = uintptr(ptrSize)
+	offsetScalar = uintptr(0)
+	offsetFlag   = uintptr(ptrSize * 2)
+
+	// flagKindWidth and flagKindShift indicate various bits that the
+	// reflect package uses internally to track kind information.
+	//
+	// flagRO indicates whether or not the value field of a reflect.Value is
+	// read-only.
+	//
+	// flagIndir indicates whether the value field of a reflect.Value is
+	// the actual data or a pointer to the data.
+	//
+	// These values are valid before golang commit 90a7c3c86944 which
+	// changed their positions.  Code in the init function updates these
+	// flags as necessary.
+	flagKindWidth = uintptr(5)
+	flagKindShift = uintptr(flagKindWidth - 1)
+	flagRO        = uintptr(1 << 0)
+	flagIndir     = uintptr(1 << 1)
+)
+
+func init() {
+	// Older versions of reflect.Value stored small integers directly in the
+	// ptr field (which is named val in the older versions).  Versions
+	// between commits ecccf07e7f9d and 82f48826c6c7 added a new field named
+	// scalar for this purpose which unfortunately came before the flag
+	// field, so the offset of the flag field is different for those
+	// versions.
+	//
+	// This code constructs a new reflect.Value from a known small integer
+	// and checks if the size of the reflect.Value struct indicates it has
+	// the scalar field. When it does, the offsets are updated accordingly.
+	vv := reflect.ValueOf(0xf00)
+	if unsafe.Sizeof(vv) == (ptrSize * 4) {
+		offsetScalar = ptrSize * 2
+		offsetFlag = ptrSize * 3
+	}
+
+	// Commit 90a7c3c86944 changed the flag positions such that the low
+	// order bits are the kind.  This code extracts the kind from the flags
+	// field and ensures it's the correct type.  When it's not, the flag
+	// order has been changed to the newer format, so the flags are updated
+	// accordingly.
+	upf := unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&vv)) + offsetFlag)
+	upfv := *(*uintptr)(upf)
+	flagKindMask := uintptr((1<<flagKindWidth - 1) << flagKindShift)
+	if (upfv&flagKindMask)>>flagKindShift != uintptr(reflect.Int) {
+		flagKindShift = 0
+		flagRO = 1 << 5
+		flagIndir = 1 << 6
+
+		// Commit adf9b30e5594 modified the flags to separate the
+		// flagRO flag into two bits which specifies whether or not the
+		// field is embedded.  This causes flagIndir to move over a bit
+		// and means that flagRO is the combination of either of the
+		// original flagRO bit and the new bit.
+		//
+		// This code detects the change by extracting what used to be
+		// the indirect bit to ensure it's set.  When it's not, the flag
+		// order has been changed to the newer format, so the flags are
+		// updated accordingly.
+		if upfv&flagIndir == 0 {
+			flagRO = 3 << 5
+			flagIndir = 1 << 7
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+// unsafeReflectValue converts the passed reflect.Value into a one that bypasses
+// the typical safety restrictions preventing access to unaddressable and
+// unexported data.  It works by digging the raw pointer to the underlying
+// value out of the protected value and generating a new unprotected (unsafe)
+// reflect.Value to it.
+//
+// This allows us to check for implementations of the Stringer and error
+// interfaces to be used for pretty printing ordinarily unaddressable and
+// inaccessible values such as unexported struct fields.
+func unsafeReflectValue(v reflect.Value) (rv reflect.Value) {
+	indirects := 1
+	vt := v.Type()
+	upv := unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&v)) + offsetPtr)
+	rvf := *(*uintptr)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&v)) + offsetFlag))
+	if rvf&flagIndir != 0 {
+		vt = reflect.PtrTo(v.Type())
+		indirects++
+	} else if offsetScalar != 0 {
+		// The value is in the scalar field when it's not one of the
+		// reference types.
+		switch vt.Kind() {
+		case reflect.Uintptr:
+		case reflect.Chan:
+		case reflect.Func:
+		case reflect.Map:
+		case reflect.Ptr:
+		case reflect.UnsafePointer:
+		default:
+			upv = unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(&v)) +
+				offsetScalar)
+		}
+	}
+
+	pv := reflect.NewAt(vt, upv)
+	rv = pv
+	for i := 0; i < indirects; i++ {
+		rv = rv.Elem()
+	}
+	return rv
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/bypasssafe.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/bypasssafe.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1fe3cf3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/bypasssafe.go
@@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+//
+// Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+//
+// THE 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.
+
+// NOTE: Due to the following build constraints, this file will only be compiled
+// when the code is running on Google App Engine, compiled by GopherJS, or
+// "-tags safe" is added to the go build command line.  The "disableunsafe"
+// tag is deprecated and thus should not be used.
+// +build js appengine safe disableunsafe
+
+package spew
+
+import "reflect"
+
+const (
+	// UnsafeDisabled is a build-time constant which specifies whether or
+	// not access to the unsafe package is available.
+	UnsafeDisabled = true
+)
+
+// unsafeReflectValue typically converts the passed reflect.Value into a one
+// that bypasses the typical safety restrictions preventing access to
+// unaddressable and unexported data.  However, doing this relies on access to
+// the unsafe package.  This is a stub version which simply returns the passed
+// reflect.Value when the unsafe package is not available.
+func unsafeReflectValue(v reflect.Value) reflect.Value {
+	return v
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/common.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/common.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7c519ff
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/common.go
@@ -0,0 +1,341 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+ *
+ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+ *
+ * THE 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.
+ */
+
+package spew
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+	"reflect"
+	"sort"
+	"strconv"
+)
+
+// Some constants in the form of bytes to avoid string overhead.  This mirrors
+// the technique used in the fmt package.
+var (
+	panicBytes            = []byte("(PANIC=")
+	plusBytes             = []byte("+")
+	iBytes                = []byte("i")
+	trueBytes             = []byte("true")
+	falseBytes            = []byte("false")
+	interfaceBytes        = []byte("(interface {})")
+	commaNewlineBytes     = []byte(",\n")
+	newlineBytes          = []byte("\n")
+	openBraceBytes        = []byte("{")
+	openBraceNewlineBytes = []byte("{\n")
+	closeBraceBytes       = []byte("}")
+	asteriskBytes         = []byte("*")
+	colonBytes            = []byte(":")
+	colonSpaceBytes       = []byte(": ")
+	openParenBytes        = []byte("(")
+	closeParenBytes       = []byte(")")
+	spaceBytes            = []byte(" ")
+	pointerChainBytes     = []byte("->")
+	nilAngleBytes         = []byte("<nil>")
+	maxNewlineBytes       = []byte("<max depth reached>\n")
+	maxShortBytes         = []byte("<max>")
+	circularBytes         = []byte("<already shown>")
+	circularShortBytes    = []byte("<shown>")
+	invalidAngleBytes     = []byte("<invalid>")
+	openBracketBytes      = []byte("[")
+	closeBracketBytes     = []byte("]")
+	percentBytes          = []byte("%")
+	precisionBytes        = []byte(".")
+	openAngleBytes        = []byte("<")
+	closeAngleBytes       = []byte(">")
+	openMapBytes          = []byte("map[")
+	closeMapBytes         = []byte("]")
+	lenEqualsBytes        = []byte("len=")
+	capEqualsBytes        = []byte("cap=")
+)
+
+// hexDigits is used to map a decimal value to a hex digit.
+var hexDigits = "0123456789abcdef"
+
+// catchPanic handles any panics that might occur during the handleMethods
+// calls.
+func catchPanic(w io.Writer, v reflect.Value) {
+	if err := recover(); err != nil {
+		w.Write(panicBytes)
+		fmt.Fprintf(w, "%v", err)
+		w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+	}
+}
+
+// handleMethods attempts to call the Error and String methods on the underlying
+// type the passed reflect.Value represents and outputes the result to Writer w.
+//
+// It handles panics in any called methods by catching and displaying the error
+// as the formatted value.
+func handleMethods(cs *ConfigState, w io.Writer, v reflect.Value) (handled bool) {
+	// We need an interface to check if the type implements the error or
+	// Stringer interface.  However, the reflect package won't give us an
+	// interface on certain things like unexported struct fields in order
+	// to enforce visibility rules.  We use unsafe, when it's available,
+	// to bypass these restrictions since this package does not mutate the
+	// values.
+	if !v.CanInterface() {
+		if UnsafeDisabled {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		v = unsafeReflectValue(v)
+	}
+
+	// Choose whether or not to do error and Stringer interface lookups against
+	// the base type or a pointer to the base type depending on settings.
+	// Technically calling one of these methods with a pointer receiver can
+	// mutate the value, however, types which choose to satisify an error or
+	// Stringer interface with a pointer receiver should not be mutating their
+	// state inside these interface methods.
+	if !cs.DisablePointerMethods && !UnsafeDisabled && !v.CanAddr() {
+		v = unsafeReflectValue(v)
+	}
+	if v.CanAddr() {
+		v = v.Addr()
+	}
+
+	// Is it an error or Stringer?
+	switch iface := v.Interface().(type) {
+	case error:
+		defer catchPanic(w, v)
+		if cs.ContinueOnMethod {
+			w.Write(openParenBytes)
+			w.Write([]byte(iface.Error()))
+			w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+			w.Write(spaceBytes)
+			return false
+		}
+
+		w.Write([]byte(iface.Error()))
+		return true
+
+	case fmt.Stringer:
+		defer catchPanic(w, v)
+		if cs.ContinueOnMethod {
+			w.Write(openParenBytes)
+			w.Write([]byte(iface.String()))
+			w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+			w.Write(spaceBytes)
+			return false
+		}
+		w.Write([]byte(iface.String()))
+		return true
+	}
+	return false
+}
+
+// printBool outputs a boolean value as true or false to Writer w.
+func printBool(w io.Writer, val bool) {
+	if val {
+		w.Write(trueBytes)
+	} else {
+		w.Write(falseBytes)
+	}
+}
+
+// printInt outputs a signed integer value to Writer w.
+func printInt(w io.Writer, val int64, base int) {
+	w.Write([]byte(strconv.FormatInt(val, base)))
+}
+
+// printUint outputs an unsigned integer value to Writer w.
+func printUint(w io.Writer, val uint64, base int) {
+	w.Write([]byte(strconv.FormatUint(val, base)))
+}
+
+// printFloat outputs a floating point value using the specified precision,
+// which is expected to be 32 or 64bit, to Writer w.
+func printFloat(w io.Writer, val float64, precision int) {
+	w.Write([]byte(strconv.FormatFloat(val, 'g', -1, precision)))
+}
+
+// printComplex outputs a complex value using the specified float precision
+// for the real and imaginary parts to Writer w.
+func printComplex(w io.Writer, c complex128, floatPrecision int) {
+	r := real(c)
+	w.Write(openParenBytes)
+	w.Write([]byte(strconv.FormatFloat(r, 'g', -1, floatPrecision)))
+	i := imag(c)
+	if i >= 0 {
+		w.Write(plusBytes)
+	}
+	w.Write([]byte(strconv.FormatFloat(i, 'g', -1, floatPrecision)))
+	w.Write(iBytes)
+	w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+}
+
+// printHexPtr outputs a uintptr formatted as hexidecimal with a leading '0x'
+// prefix to Writer w.
+func printHexPtr(w io.Writer, p uintptr) {
+	// Null pointer.
+	num := uint64(p)
+	if num == 0 {
+		w.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Max uint64 is 16 bytes in hex + 2 bytes for '0x' prefix
+	buf := make([]byte, 18)
+
+	// It's simpler to construct the hex string right to left.
+	base := uint64(16)
+	i := len(buf) - 1
+	for num >= base {
+		buf[i] = hexDigits[num%base]
+		num /= base
+		i--
+	}
+	buf[i] = hexDigits[num]
+
+	// Add '0x' prefix.
+	i--
+	buf[i] = 'x'
+	i--
+	buf[i] = '0'
+
+	// Strip unused leading bytes.
+	buf = buf[i:]
+	w.Write(buf)
+}
+
+// valuesSorter implements sort.Interface to allow a slice of reflect.Value
+// elements to be sorted.
+type valuesSorter struct {
+	values  []reflect.Value
+	strings []string // either nil or same len and values
+	cs      *ConfigState
+}
+
+// newValuesSorter initializes a valuesSorter instance, which holds a set of
+// surrogate keys on which the data should be sorted.  It uses flags in
+// ConfigState to decide if and how to populate those surrogate keys.
+func newValuesSorter(values []reflect.Value, cs *ConfigState) sort.Interface {
+	vs := &valuesSorter{values: values, cs: cs}
+	if canSortSimply(vs.values[0].Kind()) {
+		return vs
+	}
+	if !cs.DisableMethods {
+		vs.strings = make([]string, len(values))
+		for i := range vs.values {
+			b := bytes.Buffer{}
+			if !handleMethods(cs, &b, vs.values[i]) {
+				vs.strings = nil
+				break
+			}
+			vs.strings[i] = b.String()
+		}
+	}
+	if vs.strings == nil && cs.SpewKeys {
+		vs.strings = make([]string, len(values))
+		for i := range vs.values {
+			vs.strings[i] = Sprintf("%#v", vs.values[i].Interface())
+		}
+	}
+	return vs
+}
+
+// canSortSimply tests whether a reflect.Kind is a primitive that can be sorted
+// directly, or whether it should be considered for sorting by surrogate keys
+// (if the ConfigState allows it).
+func canSortSimply(kind reflect.Kind) bool {
+	// This switch parallels valueSortLess, except for the default case.
+	switch kind {
+	case reflect.Bool:
+		return true
+	case reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64, reflect.Int:
+		return true
+	case reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64, reflect.Uint:
+		return true
+	case reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64:
+		return true
+	case reflect.String:
+		return true
+	case reflect.Uintptr:
+		return true
+	case reflect.Array:
+		return true
+	}
+	return false
+}
+
+// Len returns the number of values in the slice.  It is part of the
+// sort.Interface implementation.
+func (s *valuesSorter) Len() int {
+	return len(s.values)
+}
+
+// Swap swaps the values at the passed indices.  It is part of the
+// sort.Interface implementation.
+func (s *valuesSorter) Swap(i, j int) {
+	s.values[i], s.values[j] = s.values[j], s.values[i]
+	if s.strings != nil {
+		s.strings[i], s.strings[j] = s.strings[j], s.strings[i]
+	}
+}
+
+// valueSortLess returns whether the first value should sort before the second
+// value.  It is used by valueSorter.Less as part of the sort.Interface
+// implementation.
+func valueSortLess(a, b reflect.Value) bool {
+	switch a.Kind() {
+	case reflect.Bool:
+		return !a.Bool() && b.Bool()
+	case reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64, reflect.Int:
+		return a.Int() < b.Int()
+	case reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64, reflect.Uint:
+		return a.Uint() < b.Uint()
+	case reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64:
+		return a.Float() < b.Float()
+	case reflect.String:
+		return a.String() < b.String()
+	case reflect.Uintptr:
+		return a.Uint() < b.Uint()
+	case reflect.Array:
+		// Compare the contents of both arrays.
+		l := a.Len()
+		for i := 0; i < l; i++ {
+			av := a.Index(i)
+			bv := b.Index(i)
+			if av.Interface() == bv.Interface() {
+				continue
+			}
+			return valueSortLess(av, bv)
+		}
+	}
+	return a.String() < b.String()
+}
+
+// Less returns whether the value at index i should sort before the
+// value at index j.  It is part of the sort.Interface implementation.
+func (s *valuesSorter) Less(i, j int) bool {
+	if s.strings == nil {
+		return valueSortLess(s.values[i], s.values[j])
+	}
+	return s.strings[i] < s.strings[j]
+}
+
+// sortValues is a sort function that handles both native types and any type that
+// can be converted to error or Stringer.  Other inputs are sorted according to
+// their Value.String() value to ensure display stability.
+func sortValues(values []reflect.Value, cs *ConfigState) {
+	if len(values) == 0 {
+		return
+	}
+	sort.Sort(newValuesSorter(values, cs))
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/config.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/config.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2e3d22f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/config.go
@@ -0,0 +1,306 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+ *
+ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+ *
+ * THE 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.
+ */
+
+package spew
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+	"os"
+)
+
+// ConfigState houses the configuration options used by spew to format and
+// display values.  There is a global instance, Config, that is used to control
+// all top-level Formatter and Dump functionality.  Each ConfigState instance
+// provides methods equivalent to the top-level functions.
+//
+// The zero value for ConfigState provides no indentation.  You would typically
+// want to set it to a space or a tab.
+//
+// Alternatively, you can use NewDefaultConfig to get a ConfigState instance
+// with default settings.  See the documentation of NewDefaultConfig for default
+// values.
+type ConfigState struct {
+	// Indent specifies the string to use for each indentation level.  The
+	// global config instance that all top-level functions use set this to a
+	// single space by default.  If you would like more indentation, you might
+	// set this to a tab with "\t" or perhaps two spaces with "  ".
+	Indent string
+
+	// MaxDepth controls the maximum number of levels to descend into nested
+	// data structures.  The default, 0, means there is no limit.
+	//
+	// NOTE: Circular data structures are properly detected, so it is not
+	// necessary to set this value unless you specifically want to limit deeply
+	// nested data structures.
+	MaxDepth int
+
+	// DisableMethods specifies whether or not error and Stringer interfaces are
+	// invoked for types that implement them.
+	DisableMethods bool
+
+	// DisablePointerMethods specifies whether or not to check for and invoke
+	// error and Stringer interfaces on types which only accept a pointer
+	// receiver when the current type is not a pointer.
+	//
+	// NOTE: This might be an unsafe action since calling one of these methods
+	// with a pointer receiver could technically mutate the value, however,
+	// in practice, types which choose to satisify an error or Stringer
+	// interface with a pointer receiver should not be mutating their state
+	// inside these interface methods.  As a result, this option relies on
+	// access to the unsafe package, so it will not have any effect when
+	// running in environments without access to the unsafe package such as
+	// Google App Engine or with the "safe" build tag specified.
+	DisablePointerMethods bool
+
+	// DisablePointerAddresses specifies whether to disable the printing of
+	// pointer addresses. This is useful when diffing data structures in tests.
+	DisablePointerAddresses bool
+
+	// DisableCapacities specifies whether to disable the printing of capacities
+	// for arrays, slices, maps and channels. This is useful when diffing
+	// data structures in tests.
+	DisableCapacities bool
+
+	// ContinueOnMethod specifies whether or not recursion should continue once
+	// a custom error or Stringer interface is invoked.  The default, false,
+	// means it will print the results of invoking the custom error or Stringer
+	// interface and return immediately instead of continuing to recurse into
+	// the internals of the data type.
+	//
+	// NOTE: This flag does not have any effect if method invocation is disabled
+	// via the DisableMethods or DisablePointerMethods options.
+	ContinueOnMethod bool
+
+	// SortKeys specifies map keys should be sorted before being printed. Use
+	// this to have a more deterministic, diffable output.  Note that only
+	// native types (bool, int, uint, floats, uintptr and string) and types
+	// that support the error or Stringer interfaces (if methods are
+	// enabled) are supported, with other types sorted according to the
+	// reflect.Value.String() output which guarantees display stability.
+	SortKeys bool
+
+	// SpewKeys specifies that, as a last resort attempt, map keys should
+	// be spewed to strings and sorted by those strings.  This is only
+	// considered if SortKeys is true.
+	SpewKeys bool
+}
+
+// Config is the active configuration of the top-level functions.
+// The configuration can be changed by modifying the contents of spew.Config.
+var Config = ConfigState{Indent: " "}
+
+// Errorf is a wrapper for fmt.Errorf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the formatted string as a value that satisfies error.  See NewFormatter
+// for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Errorf(format, c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Errorf(format string, a ...interface{}) (err error) {
+	return fmt.Errorf(format, c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Fprint is a wrapper for fmt.Fprint that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Fprint(w, c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Fprint(w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Fprint(w, c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Fprintf is a wrapper for fmt.Fprintf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Fprintf(w, format, c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Fprintf(w io.Writer, format string, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Fprintf(w, format, c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Fprintln is a wrapper for fmt.Fprintln that treats each argument as if it
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Fprintln(w, c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Fprintln(w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Fprintln(w, c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Print is a wrapper for fmt.Print that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Print(c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Print(a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Print(c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Printf is a wrapper for fmt.Printf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Printf(format, c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Printf(format string, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Printf(format, c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Println is a wrapper for fmt.Println that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Println(c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Println(a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Println(c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Sprint is a wrapper for fmt.Sprint that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the resulting string.  See NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Sprint(c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Sprint(a ...interface{}) string {
+	return fmt.Sprint(c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Sprintf is a wrapper for fmt.Sprintf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It returns
+// the resulting string.  See NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Sprintf(format, c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Sprintf(format string, a ...interface{}) string {
+	return fmt.Sprintf(format, c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Sprintln is a wrapper for fmt.Sprintln that treats each argument as if it
+// were passed with a Formatter interface returned by c.NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the resulting string.  See NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Sprintln(c.NewFormatter(a), c.NewFormatter(b))
+func (c *ConfigState) Sprintln(a ...interface{}) string {
+	return fmt.Sprintln(c.convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+/*
+NewFormatter returns a custom formatter that satisfies the fmt.Formatter
+interface.  As a result, it integrates cleanly with standard fmt package
+printing functions.  The formatter is useful for inline printing of smaller data
+types similar to the standard %v format specifier.
+
+The custom formatter only responds to the %v (most compact), %+v (adds pointer
+addresses), %#v (adds types), and %#+v (adds types and pointer addresses) verb
+combinations.  Any other verbs such as %x and %q will be sent to the the
+standard fmt package for formatting.  In addition, the custom formatter ignores
+the width and precision arguments (however they will still work on the format
+specifiers not handled by the custom formatter).
+
+Typically this function shouldn't be called directly.  It is much easier to make
+use of the custom formatter by calling one of the convenience functions such as
+c.Printf, c.Println, or c.Printf.
+*/
+func (c *ConfigState) NewFormatter(v interface{}) fmt.Formatter {
+	return newFormatter(c, v)
+}
+
+// Fdump formats and displays the passed arguments to io.Writer w.  It formats
+// exactly the same as Dump.
+func (c *ConfigState) Fdump(w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) {
+	fdump(c, w, a...)
+}
+
+/*
+Dump displays the passed parameters to standard out with newlines, customizable
+indentation, and additional debug information such as complete types and all
+pointer addresses used to indirect to the final value.  It provides the
+following features over the built-in printing facilities provided by the fmt
+package:
+
+	* Pointers are dereferenced and followed
+	* Circular data structures are detected and handled properly
+	* Custom Stringer/error interfaces are optionally invoked, including
+	  on unexported types
+	* Custom types which only implement the Stringer/error interfaces via
+	  a pointer receiver are optionally invoked when passing non-pointer
+	  variables
+	* Byte arrays and slices are dumped like the hexdump -C command which
+	  includes offsets, byte values in hex, and ASCII output
+
+The configuration options are controlled by modifying the public members
+of c.  See ConfigState for options documentation.
+
+See Fdump if you would prefer dumping to an arbitrary io.Writer or Sdump to
+get the formatted result as a string.
+*/
+func (c *ConfigState) Dump(a ...interface{}) {
+	fdump(c, os.Stdout, a...)
+}
+
+// Sdump returns a string with the passed arguments formatted exactly the same
+// as Dump.
+func (c *ConfigState) Sdump(a ...interface{}) string {
+	var buf bytes.Buffer
+	fdump(c, &buf, a...)
+	return buf.String()
+}
+
+// convertArgs accepts a slice of arguments and returns a slice of the same
+// length with each argument converted to a spew Formatter interface using
+// the ConfigState associated with s.
+func (c *ConfigState) convertArgs(args []interface{}) (formatters []interface{}) {
+	formatters = make([]interface{}, len(args))
+	for index, arg := range args {
+		formatters[index] = newFormatter(c, arg)
+	}
+	return formatters
+}
+
+// NewDefaultConfig returns a ConfigState with the following default settings.
+//
+// 	Indent: " "
+// 	MaxDepth: 0
+// 	DisableMethods: false
+// 	DisablePointerMethods: false
+// 	ContinueOnMethod: false
+// 	SortKeys: false
+func NewDefaultConfig() *ConfigState {
+	return &ConfigState{Indent: " "}
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/doc.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/doc.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..aacaac6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/doc.go
@@ -0,0 +1,211 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+ *
+ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+ *
+ * THE 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.
+ */
+
+/*
+Package spew implements a deep pretty printer for Go data structures to aid in
+debugging.
+
+A quick overview of the additional features spew provides over the built-in
+printing facilities for Go data types are as follows:
+
+	* Pointers are dereferenced and followed
+	* Circular data structures are detected and handled properly
+	* Custom Stringer/error interfaces are optionally invoked, including
+	  on unexported types
+	* Custom types which only implement the Stringer/error interfaces via
+	  a pointer receiver are optionally invoked when passing non-pointer
+	  variables
+	* Byte arrays and slices are dumped like the hexdump -C command which
+	  includes offsets, byte values in hex, and ASCII output (only when using
+	  Dump style)
+
+There are two different approaches spew allows for dumping Go data structures:
+
+	* Dump style which prints with newlines, customizable indentation,
+	  and additional debug information such as types and all pointer addresses
+	  used to indirect to the final value
+	* A custom Formatter interface that integrates cleanly with the standard fmt
+	  package and replaces %v, %+v, %#v, and %#+v to provide inline printing
+	  similar to the default %v while providing the additional functionality
+	  outlined above and passing unsupported format verbs such as %x and %q
+	  along to fmt
+
+Quick Start
+
+This section demonstrates how to quickly get started with spew.  See the
+sections below for further details on formatting and configuration options.
+
+To dump a variable with full newlines, indentation, type, and pointer
+information use Dump, Fdump, or Sdump:
+	spew.Dump(myVar1, myVar2, ...)
+	spew.Fdump(someWriter, myVar1, myVar2, ...)
+	str := spew.Sdump(myVar1, myVar2, ...)
+
+Alternatively, if you would prefer to use format strings with a compacted inline
+printing style, use the convenience wrappers Printf, Fprintf, etc with
+%v (most compact), %+v (adds pointer addresses), %#v (adds types), or
+%#+v (adds types and pointer addresses):
+	spew.Printf("myVar1: %v -- myVar2: %+v", myVar1, myVar2)
+	spew.Printf("myVar3: %#v -- myVar4: %#+v", myVar3, myVar4)
+	spew.Fprintf(someWriter, "myVar1: %v -- myVar2: %+v", myVar1, myVar2)
+	spew.Fprintf(someWriter, "myVar3: %#v -- myVar4: %#+v", myVar3, myVar4)
+
+Configuration Options
+
+Configuration of spew is handled by fields in the ConfigState type.  For
+convenience, all of the top-level functions use a global state available
+via the spew.Config global.
+
+It is also possible to create a ConfigState instance that provides methods
+equivalent to the top-level functions.  This allows concurrent configuration
+options.  See the ConfigState documentation for more details.
+
+The following configuration options are available:
+	* Indent
+		String to use for each indentation level for Dump functions.
+		It is a single space by default.  A popular alternative is "\t".
+
+	* MaxDepth
+		Maximum number of levels to descend into nested data structures.
+		There is no limit by default.
+
+	* DisableMethods
+		Disables invocation of error and Stringer interface methods.
+		Method invocation is enabled by default.
+
+	* DisablePointerMethods
+		Disables invocation of error and Stringer interface methods on types
+		which only accept pointer receivers from non-pointer variables.
+		Pointer method invocation is enabled by default.
+
+	* DisablePointerAddresses
+		DisablePointerAddresses specifies whether to disable the printing of
+		pointer addresses. This is useful when diffing data structures in tests.
+
+	* DisableCapacities
+		DisableCapacities specifies whether to disable the printing of
+		capacities for arrays, slices, maps and channels. This is useful when
+		diffing data structures in tests.
+
+	* ContinueOnMethod
+		Enables recursion into types after invoking error and Stringer interface
+		methods. Recursion after method invocation is disabled by default.
+
+	* SortKeys
+		Specifies map keys should be sorted before being printed. Use
+		this to have a more deterministic, diffable output.  Note that
+		only native types (bool, int, uint, floats, uintptr and string)
+		and types which implement error or Stringer interfaces are
+		supported with other types sorted according to the
+		reflect.Value.String() output which guarantees display
+		stability.  Natural map order is used by default.
+
+	* SpewKeys
+		Specifies that, as a last resort attempt, map keys should be
+		spewed to strings and sorted by those strings.  This is only
+		considered if SortKeys is true.
+
+Dump Usage
+
+Simply call spew.Dump with a list of variables you want to dump:
+
+	spew.Dump(myVar1, myVar2, ...)
+
+You may also call spew.Fdump if you would prefer to output to an arbitrary
+io.Writer.  For example, to dump to standard error:
+
+	spew.Fdump(os.Stderr, myVar1, myVar2, ...)
+
+A third option is to call spew.Sdump to get the formatted output as a string:
+
+	str := spew.Sdump(myVar1, myVar2, ...)
+
+Sample Dump Output
+
+See the Dump example for details on the setup of the types and variables being
+shown here.
+
+	(main.Foo) {
+	 unexportedField: (*main.Bar)(0xf84002e210)({
+	  flag: (main.Flag) flagTwo,
+	  data: (uintptr) <nil>
+	 }),
+	 ExportedField: (map[interface {}]interface {}) (len=1) {
+	  (string) (len=3) "one": (bool) true
+	 }
+	}
+
+Byte (and uint8) arrays and slices are displayed uniquely like the hexdump -C
+command as shown.
+	([]uint8) (len=32 cap=32) {
+	 00000000  11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  19 1a 1b 1c 1d 1e 1f 20  |............... |
+	 00000010  21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28  29 2a 2b 2c 2d 2e 2f 30  |!"#$%&'()*+,-./0|
+	 00000020  31 32                                             |12|
+	}
+
+Custom Formatter
+
+Spew provides a custom formatter that implements the fmt.Formatter interface
+so that it integrates cleanly with standard fmt package printing functions. The
+formatter is useful for inline printing of smaller data types similar to the
+standard %v format specifier.
+
+The custom formatter only responds to the %v (most compact), %+v (adds pointer
+addresses), %#v (adds types), or %#+v (adds types and pointer addresses) verb
+combinations.  Any other verbs such as %x and %q will be sent to the the
+standard fmt package for formatting.  In addition, the custom formatter ignores
+the width and precision arguments (however they will still work on the format
+specifiers not handled by the custom formatter).
+
+Custom Formatter Usage
+
+The simplest way to make use of the spew custom formatter is to call one of the
+convenience functions such as spew.Printf, spew.Println, or spew.Printf.  The
+functions have syntax you are most likely already familiar with:
+
+	spew.Printf("myVar1: %v -- myVar2: %+v", myVar1, myVar2)
+	spew.Printf("myVar3: %#v -- myVar4: %#+v", myVar3, myVar4)
+	spew.Println(myVar, myVar2)
+	spew.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "myVar1: %v -- myVar2: %+v", myVar1, myVar2)
+	spew.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "myVar3: %#v -- myVar4: %#+v", myVar3, myVar4)
+
+See the Index for the full list convenience functions.
+
+Sample Formatter Output
+
+Double pointer to a uint8:
+	  %v: <**>5
+	 %+v: <**>(0xf8400420d0->0xf8400420c8)5
+	 %#v: (**uint8)5
+	%#+v: (**uint8)(0xf8400420d0->0xf8400420c8)5
+
+Pointer to circular struct with a uint8 field and a pointer to itself:
+	  %v: <*>{1 <*><shown>}
+	 %+v: <*>(0xf84003e260){ui8:1 c:<*>(0xf84003e260)<shown>}
+	 %#v: (*main.circular){ui8:(uint8)1 c:(*main.circular)<shown>}
+	%#+v: (*main.circular)(0xf84003e260){ui8:(uint8)1 c:(*main.circular)(0xf84003e260)<shown>}
+
+See the Printf example for details on the setup of variables being shown
+here.
+
+Errors
+
+Since it is possible for custom Stringer/error interfaces to panic, spew
+detects them and handles them internally by printing the panic information
+inline with the output.  Since spew is intended to provide deep pretty printing
+capabilities on structures, it intentionally does not return any errors.
+*/
+package spew
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/dump.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/dump.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..df1d582
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/dump.go
@@ -0,0 +1,509 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+ *
+ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+ *
+ * THE 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.
+ */
+
+package spew
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+	"encoding/hex"
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+	"os"
+	"reflect"
+	"regexp"
+	"strconv"
+	"strings"
+)
+
+var (
+	// uint8Type is a reflect.Type representing a uint8.  It is used to
+	// convert cgo types to uint8 slices for hexdumping.
+	uint8Type = reflect.TypeOf(uint8(0))
+
+	// cCharRE is a regular expression that matches a cgo char.
+	// It is used to detect character arrays to hexdump them.
+	cCharRE = regexp.MustCompile("^.*\\._Ctype_char$")
+
+	// cUnsignedCharRE is a regular expression that matches a cgo unsigned
+	// char.  It is used to detect unsigned character arrays to hexdump
+	// them.
+	cUnsignedCharRE = regexp.MustCompile("^.*\\._Ctype_unsignedchar$")
+
+	// cUint8tCharRE is a regular expression that matches a cgo uint8_t.
+	// It is used to detect uint8_t arrays to hexdump them.
+	cUint8tCharRE = regexp.MustCompile("^.*\\._Ctype_uint8_t$")
+)
+
+// dumpState contains information about the state of a dump operation.
+type dumpState struct {
+	w                io.Writer
+	depth            int
+	pointers         map[uintptr]int
+	ignoreNextType   bool
+	ignoreNextIndent bool
+	cs               *ConfigState
+}
+
+// indent performs indentation according to the depth level and cs.Indent
+// option.
+func (d *dumpState) indent() {
+	if d.ignoreNextIndent {
+		d.ignoreNextIndent = false
+		return
+	}
+	d.w.Write(bytes.Repeat([]byte(d.cs.Indent), d.depth))
+}
+
+// unpackValue returns values inside of non-nil interfaces when possible.
+// This is useful for data types like structs, arrays, slices, and maps which
+// can contain varying types packed inside an interface.
+func (d *dumpState) unpackValue(v reflect.Value) reflect.Value {
+	if v.Kind() == reflect.Interface && !v.IsNil() {
+		v = v.Elem()
+	}
+	return v
+}
+
+// dumpPtr handles formatting of pointers by indirecting them as necessary.
+func (d *dumpState) dumpPtr(v reflect.Value) {
+	// Remove pointers at or below the current depth from map used to detect
+	// circular refs.
+	for k, depth := range d.pointers {
+		if depth >= d.depth {
+			delete(d.pointers, k)
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Keep list of all dereferenced pointers to show later.
+	pointerChain := make([]uintptr, 0)
+
+	// Figure out how many levels of indirection there are by dereferencing
+	// pointers and unpacking interfaces down the chain while detecting circular
+	// references.
+	nilFound := false
+	cycleFound := false
+	indirects := 0
+	ve := v
+	for ve.Kind() == reflect.Ptr {
+		if ve.IsNil() {
+			nilFound = true
+			break
+		}
+		indirects++
+		addr := ve.Pointer()
+		pointerChain = append(pointerChain, addr)
+		if pd, ok := d.pointers[addr]; ok && pd < d.depth {
+			cycleFound = true
+			indirects--
+			break
+		}
+		d.pointers[addr] = d.depth
+
+		ve = ve.Elem()
+		if ve.Kind() == reflect.Interface {
+			if ve.IsNil() {
+				nilFound = true
+				break
+			}
+			ve = ve.Elem()
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Display type information.
+	d.w.Write(openParenBytes)
+	d.w.Write(bytes.Repeat(asteriskBytes, indirects))
+	d.w.Write([]byte(ve.Type().String()))
+	d.w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+
+	// Display pointer information.
+	if !d.cs.DisablePointerAddresses && len(pointerChain) > 0 {
+		d.w.Write(openParenBytes)
+		for i, addr := range pointerChain {
+			if i > 0 {
+				d.w.Write(pointerChainBytes)
+			}
+			printHexPtr(d.w, addr)
+		}
+		d.w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+	}
+
+	// Display dereferenced value.
+	d.w.Write(openParenBytes)
+	switch {
+	case nilFound == true:
+		d.w.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+
+	case cycleFound == true:
+		d.w.Write(circularBytes)
+
+	default:
+		d.ignoreNextType = true
+		d.dump(ve)
+	}
+	d.w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+}
+
+// dumpSlice handles formatting of arrays and slices.  Byte (uint8 under
+// reflection) arrays and slices are dumped in hexdump -C fashion.
+func (d *dumpState) dumpSlice(v reflect.Value) {
+	// Determine whether this type should be hex dumped or not.  Also,
+	// for types which should be hexdumped, try to use the underlying data
+	// first, then fall back to trying to convert them to a uint8 slice.
+	var buf []uint8
+	doConvert := false
+	doHexDump := false
+	numEntries := v.Len()
+	if numEntries > 0 {
+		vt := v.Index(0).Type()
+		vts := vt.String()
+		switch {
+		// C types that need to be converted.
+		case cCharRE.MatchString(vts):
+			fallthrough
+		case cUnsignedCharRE.MatchString(vts):
+			fallthrough
+		case cUint8tCharRE.MatchString(vts):
+			doConvert = true
+
+		// Try to use existing uint8 slices and fall back to converting
+		// and copying if that fails.
+		case vt.Kind() == reflect.Uint8:
+			// We need an addressable interface to convert the type
+			// to a byte slice.  However, the reflect package won't
+			// give us an interface on certain things like
+			// unexported struct fields in order to enforce
+			// visibility rules.  We use unsafe, when available, to
+			// bypass these restrictions since this package does not
+			// mutate the values.
+			vs := v
+			if !vs.CanInterface() || !vs.CanAddr() {
+				vs = unsafeReflectValue(vs)
+			}
+			if !UnsafeDisabled {
+				vs = vs.Slice(0, numEntries)
+
+				// Use the existing uint8 slice if it can be
+				// type asserted.
+				iface := vs.Interface()
+				if slice, ok := iface.([]uint8); ok {
+					buf = slice
+					doHexDump = true
+					break
+				}
+			}
+
+			// The underlying data needs to be converted if it can't
+			// be type asserted to a uint8 slice.
+			doConvert = true
+		}
+
+		// Copy and convert the underlying type if needed.
+		if doConvert && vt.ConvertibleTo(uint8Type) {
+			// Convert and copy each element into a uint8 byte
+			// slice.
+			buf = make([]uint8, numEntries)
+			for i := 0; i < numEntries; i++ {
+				vv := v.Index(i)
+				buf[i] = uint8(vv.Convert(uint8Type).Uint())
+			}
+			doHexDump = true
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Hexdump the entire slice as needed.
+	if doHexDump {
+		indent := strings.Repeat(d.cs.Indent, d.depth)
+		str := indent + hex.Dump(buf)
+		str = strings.Replace(str, "\n", "\n"+indent, -1)
+		str = strings.TrimRight(str, d.cs.Indent)
+		d.w.Write([]byte(str))
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Recursively call dump for each item.
+	for i := 0; i < numEntries; i++ {
+		d.dump(d.unpackValue(v.Index(i)))
+		if i < (numEntries - 1) {
+			d.w.Write(commaNewlineBytes)
+		} else {
+			d.w.Write(newlineBytes)
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+// dump is the main workhorse for dumping a value.  It uses the passed reflect
+// value to figure out what kind of object we are dealing with and formats it
+// appropriately.  It is a recursive function, however circular data structures
+// are detected and handled properly.
+func (d *dumpState) dump(v reflect.Value) {
+	// Handle invalid reflect values immediately.
+	kind := v.Kind()
+	if kind == reflect.Invalid {
+		d.w.Write(invalidAngleBytes)
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Handle pointers specially.
+	if kind == reflect.Ptr {
+		d.indent()
+		d.dumpPtr(v)
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Print type information unless already handled elsewhere.
+	if !d.ignoreNextType {
+		d.indent()
+		d.w.Write(openParenBytes)
+		d.w.Write([]byte(v.Type().String()))
+		d.w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+		d.w.Write(spaceBytes)
+	}
+	d.ignoreNextType = false
+
+	// Display length and capacity if the built-in len and cap functions
+	// work with the value's kind and the len/cap itself is non-zero.
+	valueLen, valueCap := 0, 0
+	switch v.Kind() {
+	case reflect.Array, reflect.Slice, reflect.Chan:
+		valueLen, valueCap = v.Len(), v.Cap()
+	case reflect.Map, reflect.String:
+		valueLen = v.Len()
+	}
+	if valueLen != 0 || !d.cs.DisableCapacities && valueCap != 0 {
+		d.w.Write(openParenBytes)
+		if valueLen != 0 {
+			d.w.Write(lenEqualsBytes)
+			printInt(d.w, int64(valueLen), 10)
+		}
+		if !d.cs.DisableCapacities && valueCap != 0 {
+			if valueLen != 0 {
+				d.w.Write(spaceBytes)
+			}
+			d.w.Write(capEqualsBytes)
+			printInt(d.w, int64(valueCap), 10)
+		}
+		d.w.Write(closeParenBytes)
+		d.w.Write(spaceBytes)
+	}
+
+	// Call Stringer/error interfaces if they exist and the handle methods flag
+	// is enabled
+	if !d.cs.DisableMethods {
+		if (kind != reflect.Invalid) && (kind != reflect.Interface) {
+			if handled := handleMethods(d.cs, d.w, v); handled {
+				return
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	switch kind {
+	case reflect.Invalid:
+		// Do nothing.  We should never get here since invalid has already
+		// been handled above.
+
+	case reflect.Bool:
+		printBool(d.w, v.Bool())
+
+	case reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64, reflect.Int:
+		printInt(d.w, v.Int(), 10)
+
+	case reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64, reflect.Uint:
+		printUint(d.w, v.Uint(), 10)
+
+	case reflect.Float32:
+		printFloat(d.w, v.Float(), 32)
+
+	case reflect.Float64:
+		printFloat(d.w, v.Float(), 64)
+
+	case reflect.Complex64:
+		printComplex(d.w, v.Complex(), 32)
+
+	case reflect.Complex128:
+		printComplex(d.w, v.Complex(), 64)
+
+	case reflect.Slice:
+		if v.IsNil() {
+			d.w.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+			break
+		}
+		fallthrough
+
+	case reflect.Array:
+		d.w.Write(openBraceNewlineBytes)
+		d.depth++
+		if (d.cs.MaxDepth != 0) && (d.depth > d.cs.MaxDepth) {
+			d.indent()
+			d.w.Write(maxNewlineBytes)
+		} else {
+			d.dumpSlice(v)
+		}
+		d.depth--
+		d.indent()
+		d.w.Write(closeBraceBytes)
+
+	case reflect.String:
+		d.w.Write([]byte(strconv.Quote(v.String())))
+
+	case reflect.Interface:
+		// The only time we should get here is for nil interfaces due to
+		// unpackValue calls.
+		if v.IsNil() {
+			d.w.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+		}
+
+	case reflect.Ptr:
+		// Do nothing.  We should never get here since pointers have already
+		// been handled above.
+
+	case reflect.Map:
+		// nil maps should be indicated as different than empty maps
+		if v.IsNil() {
+			d.w.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+			break
+		}
+
+		d.w.Write(openBraceNewlineBytes)
+		d.depth++
+		if (d.cs.MaxDepth != 0) && (d.depth > d.cs.MaxDepth) {
+			d.indent()
+			d.w.Write(maxNewlineBytes)
+		} else {
+			numEntries := v.Len()
+			keys := v.MapKeys()
+			if d.cs.SortKeys {
+				sortValues(keys, d.cs)
+			}
+			for i, key := range keys {
+				d.dump(d.unpackValue(key))
+				d.w.Write(colonSpaceBytes)
+				d.ignoreNextIndent = true
+				d.dump(d.unpackValue(v.MapIndex(key)))
+				if i < (numEntries - 1) {
+					d.w.Write(commaNewlineBytes)
+				} else {
+					d.w.Write(newlineBytes)
+				}
+			}
+		}
+		d.depth--
+		d.indent()
+		d.w.Write(closeBraceBytes)
+
+	case reflect.Struct:
+		d.w.Write(openBraceNewlineBytes)
+		d.depth++
+		if (d.cs.MaxDepth != 0) && (d.depth > d.cs.MaxDepth) {
+			d.indent()
+			d.w.Write(maxNewlineBytes)
+		} else {
+			vt := v.Type()
+			numFields := v.NumField()
+			for i := 0; i < numFields; i++ {
+				d.indent()
+				vtf := vt.Field(i)
+				d.w.Write([]byte(vtf.Name))
+				d.w.Write(colonSpaceBytes)
+				d.ignoreNextIndent = true
+				d.dump(d.unpackValue(v.Field(i)))
+				if i < (numFields - 1) {
+					d.w.Write(commaNewlineBytes)
+				} else {
+					d.w.Write(newlineBytes)
+				}
+			}
+		}
+		d.depth--
+		d.indent()
+		d.w.Write(closeBraceBytes)
+
+	case reflect.Uintptr:
+		printHexPtr(d.w, uintptr(v.Uint()))
+
+	case reflect.UnsafePointer, reflect.Chan, reflect.Func:
+		printHexPtr(d.w, v.Pointer())
+
+	// There were not any other types at the time this code was written, but
+	// fall back to letting the default fmt package handle it in case any new
+	// types are added.
+	default:
+		if v.CanInterface() {
+			fmt.Fprintf(d.w, "%v", v.Interface())
+		} else {
+			fmt.Fprintf(d.w, "%v", v.String())
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+// fdump is a helper function to consolidate the logic from the various public
+// methods which take varying writers and config states.
+func fdump(cs *ConfigState, w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) {
+	for _, arg := range a {
+		if arg == nil {
+			w.Write(interfaceBytes)
+			w.Write(spaceBytes)
+			w.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+			w.Write(newlineBytes)
+			continue
+		}
+
+		d := dumpState{w: w, cs: cs}
+		d.pointers = make(map[uintptr]int)
+		d.dump(reflect.ValueOf(arg))
+		d.w.Write(newlineBytes)
+	}
+}
+
+// Fdump formats and displays the passed arguments to io.Writer w.  It formats
+// exactly the same as Dump.
+func Fdump(w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) {
+	fdump(&Config, w, a...)
+}
+
+// Sdump returns a string with the passed arguments formatted exactly the same
+// as Dump.
+func Sdump(a ...interface{}) string {
+	var buf bytes.Buffer
+	fdump(&Config, &buf, a...)
+	return buf.String()
+}
+
+/*
+Dump displays the passed parameters to standard out with newlines, customizable
+indentation, and additional debug information such as complete types and all
+pointer addresses used to indirect to the final value.  It provides the
+following features over the built-in printing facilities provided by the fmt
+package:
+
+	* Pointers are dereferenced and followed
+	* Circular data structures are detected and handled properly
+	* Custom Stringer/error interfaces are optionally invoked, including
+	  on unexported types
+	* Custom types which only implement the Stringer/error interfaces via
+	  a pointer receiver are optionally invoked when passing non-pointer
+	  variables
+	* Byte arrays and slices are dumped like the hexdump -C command which
+	  includes offsets, byte values in hex, and ASCII output
+
+The configuration options are controlled by an exported package global,
+spew.Config.  See ConfigState for options documentation.
+
+See Fdump if you would prefer dumping to an arbitrary io.Writer or Sdump to
+get the formatted result as a string.
+*/
+func Dump(a ...interface{}) {
+	fdump(&Config, os.Stdout, a...)
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/format.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/format.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c49875b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/format.go
@@ -0,0 +1,419 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+ *
+ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+ *
+ * THE 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.
+ */
+
+package spew
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+	"fmt"
+	"reflect"
+	"strconv"
+	"strings"
+)
+
+// supportedFlags is a list of all the character flags supported by fmt package.
+const supportedFlags = "0-+# "
+
+// formatState implements the fmt.Formatter interface and contains information
+// about the state of a formatting operation.  The NewFormatter function can
+// be used to get a new Formatter which can be used directly as arguments
+// in standard fmt package printing calls.
+type formatState struct {
+	value          interface{}
+	fs             fmt.State
+	depth          int
+	pointers       map[uintptr]int
+	ignoreNextType bool
+	cs             *ConfigState
+}
+
+// buildDefaultFormat recreates the original format string without precision
+// and width information to pass in to fmt.Sprintf in the case of an
+// unrecognized type.  Unless new types are added to the language, this
+// function won't ever be called.
+func (f *formatState) buildDefaultFormat() (format string) {
+	buf := bytes.NewBuffer(percentBytes)
+
+	for _, flag := range supportedFlags {
+		if f.fs.Flag(int(flag)) {
+			buf.WriteRune(flag)
+		}
+	}
+
+	buf.WriteRune('v')
+
+	format = buf.String()
+	return format
+}
+
+// constructOrigFormat recreates the original format string including precision
+// and width information to pass along to the standard fmt package.  This allows
+// automatic deferral of all format strings this package doesn't support.
+func (f *formatState) constructOrigFormat(verb rune) (format string) {
+	buf := bytes.NewBuffer(percentBytes)
+
+	for _, flag := range supportedFlags {
+		if f.fs.Flag(int(flag)) {
+			buf.WriteRune(flag)
+		}
+	}
+
+	if width, ok := f.fs.Width(); ok {
+		buf.WriteString(strconv.Itoa(width))
+	}
+
+	if precision, ok := f.fs.Precision(); ok {
+		buf.Write(precisionBytes)
+		buf.WriteString(strconv.Itoa(precision))
+	}
+
+	buf.WriteRune(verb)
+
+	format = buf.String()
+	return format
+}
+
+// unpackValue returns values inside of non-nil interfaces when possible and
+// ensures that types for values which have been unpacked from an interface
+// are displayed when the show types flag is also set.
+// This is useful for data types like structs, arrays, slices, and maps which
+// can contain varying types packed inside an interface.
+func (f *formatState) unpackValue(v reflect.Value) reflect.Value {
+	if v.Kind() == reflect.Interface {
+		f.ignoreNextType = false
+		if !v.IsNil() {
+			v = v.Elem()
+		}
+	}
+	return v
+}
+
+// formatPtr handles formatting of pointers by indirecting them as necessary.
+func (f *formatState) formatPtr(v reflect.Value) {
+	// Display nil if top level pointer is nil.
+	showTypes := f.fs.Flag('#')
+	if v.IsNil() && (!showTypes || f.ignoreNextType) {
+		f.fs.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Remove pointers at or below the current depth from map used to detect
+	// circular refs.
+	for k, depth := range f.pointers {
+		if depth >= f.depth {
+			delete(f.pointers, k)
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Keep list of all dereferenced pointers to possibly show later.
+	pointerChain := make([]uintptr, 0)
+
+	// Figure out how many levels of indirection there are by derferencing
+	// pointers and unpacking interfaces down the chain while detecting circular
+	// references.
+	nilFound := false
+	cycleFound := false
+	indirects := 0
+	ve := v
+	for ve.Kind() == reflect.Ptr {
+		if ve.IsNil() {
+			nilFound = true
+			break
+		}
+		indirects++
+		addr := ve.Pointer()
+		pointerChain = append(pointerChain, addr)
+		if pd, ok := f.pointers[addr]; ok && pd < f.depth {
+			cycleFound = true
+			indirects--
+			break
+		}
+		f.pointers[addr] = f.depth
+
+		ve = ve.Elem()
+		if ve.Kind() == reflect.Interface {
+			if ve.IsNil() {
+				nilFound = true
+				break
+			}
+			ve = ve.Elem()
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Display type or indirection level depending on flags.
+	if showTypes && !f.ignoreNextType {
+		f.fs.Write(openParenBytes)
+		f.fs.Write(bytes.Repeat(asteriskBytes, indirects))
+		f.fs.Write([]byte(ve.Type().String()))
+		f.fs.Write(closeParenBytes)
+	} else {
+		if nilFound || cycleFound {
+			indirects += strings.Count(ve.Type().String(), "*")
+		}
+		f.fs.Write(openAngleBytes)
+		f.fs.Write([]byte(strings.Repeat("*", indirects)))
+		f.fs.Write(closeAngleBytes)
+	}
+
+	// Display pointer information depending on flags.
+	if f.fs.Flag('+') && (len(pointerChain) > 0) {
+		f.fs.Write(openParenBytes)
+		for i, addr := range pointerChain {
+			if i > 0 {
+				f.fs.Write(pointerChainBytes)
+			}
+			printHexPtr(f.fs, addr)
+		}
+		f.fs.Write(closeParenBytes)
+	}
+
+	// Display dereferenced value.
+	switch {
+	case nilFound == true:
+		f.fs.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+
+	case cycleFound == true:
+		f.fs.Write(circularShortBytes)
+
+	default:
+		f.ignoreNextType = true
+		f.format(ve)
+	}
+}
+
+// format is the main workhorse for providing the Formatter interface.  It
+// uses the passed reflect value to figure out what kind of object we are
+// dealing with and formats it appropriately.  It is a recursive function,
+// however circular data structures are detected and handled properly.
+func (f *formatState) format(v reflect.Value) {
+	// Handle invalid reflect values immediately.
+	kind := v.Kind()
+	if kind == reflect.Invalid {
+		f.fs.Write(invalidAngleBytes)
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Handle pointers specially.
+	if kind == reflect.Ptr {
+		f.formatPtr(v)
+		return
+	}
+
+	// Print type information unless already handled elsewhere.
+	if !f.ignoreNextType && f.fs.Flag('#') {
+		f.fs.Write(openParenBytes)
+		f.fs.Write([]byte(v.Type().String()))
+		f.fs.Write(closeParenBytes)
+	}
+	f.ignoreNextType = false
+
+	// Call Stringer/error interfaces if they exist and the handle methods
+	// flag is enabled.
+	if !f.cs.DisableMethods {
+		if (kind != reflect.Invalid) && (kind != reflect.Interface) {
+			if handled := handleMethods(f.cs, f.fs, v); handled {
+				return
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	switch kind {
+	case reflect.Invalid:
+		// Do nothing.  We should never get here since invalid has already
+		// been handled above.
+
+	case reflect.Bool:
+		printBool(f.fs, v.Bool())
+
+	case reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64, reflect.Int:
+		printInt(f.fs, v.Int(), 10)
+
+	case reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64, reflect.Uint:
+		printUint(f.fs, v.Uint(), 10)
+
+	case reflect.Float32:
+		printFloat(f.fs, v.Float(), 32)
+
+	case reflect.Float64:
+		printFloat(f.fs, v.Float(), 64)
+
+	case reflect.Complex64:
+		printComplex(f.fs, v.Complex(), 32)
+
+	case reflect.Complex128:
+		printComplex(f.fs, v.Complex(), 64)
+
+	case reflect.Slice:
+		if v.IsNil() {
+			f.fs.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+			break
+		}
+		fallthrough
+
+	case reflect.Array:
+		f.fs.Write(openBracketBytes)
+		f.depth++
+		if (f.cs.MaxDepth != 0) && (f.depth > f.cs.MaxDepth) {
+			f.fs.Write(maxShortBytes)
+		} else {
+			numEntries := v.Len()
+			for i := 0; i < numEntries; i++ {
+				if i > 0 {
+					f.fs.Write(spaceBytes)
+				}
+				f.ignoreNextType = true
+				f.format(f.unpackValue(v.Index(i)))
+			}
+		}
+		f.depth--
+		f.fs.Write(closeBracketBytes)
+
+	case reflect.String:
+		f.fs.Write([]byte(v.String()))
+
+	case reflect.Interface:
+		// The only time we should get here is for nil interfaces due to
+		// unpackValue calls.
+		if v.IsNil() {
+			f.fs.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+		}
+
+	case reflect.Ptr:
+		// Do nothing.  We should never get here since pointers have already
+		// been handled above.
+
+	case reflect.Map:
+		// nil maps should be indicated as different than empty maps
+		if v.IsNil() {
+			f.fs.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+			break
+		}
+
+		f.fs.Write(openMapBytes)
+		f.depth++
+		if (f.cs.MaxDepth != 0) && (f.depth > f.cs.MaxDepth) {
+			f.fs.Write(maxShortBytes)
+		} else {
+			keys := v.MapKeys()
+			if f.cs.SortKeys {
+				sortValues(keys, f.cs)
+			}
+			for i, key := range keys {
+				if i > 0 {
+					f.fs.Write(spaceBytes)
+				}
+				f.ignoreNextType = true
+				f.format(f.unpackValue(key))
+				f.fs.Write(colonBytes)
+				f.ignoreNextType = true
+				f.format(f.unpackValue(v.MapIndex(key)))
+			}
+		}
+		f.depth--
+		f.fs.Write(closeMapBytes)
+
+	case reflect.Struct:
+		numFields := v.NumField()
+		f.fs.Write(openBraceBytes)
+		f.depth++
+		if (f.cs.MaxDepth != 0) && (f.depth > f.cs.MaxDepth) {
+			f.fs.Write(maxShortBytes)
+		} else {
+			vt := v.Type()
+			for i := 0; i < numFields; i++ {
+				if i > 0 {
+					f.fs.Write(spaceBytes)
+				}
+				vtf := vt.Field(i)
+				if f.fs.Flag('+') || f.fs.Flag('#') {
+					f.fs.Write([]byte(vtf.Name))
+					f.fs.Write(colonBytes)
+				}
+				f.format(f.unpackValue(v.Field(i)))
+			}
+		}
+		f.depth--
+		f.fs.Write(closeBraceBytes)
+
+	case reflect.Uintptr:
+		printHexPtr(f.fs, uintptr(v.Uint()))
+
+	case reflect.UnsafePointer, reflect.Chan, reflect.Func:
+		printHexPtr(f.fs, v.Pointer())
+
+	// There were not any other types at the time this code was written, but
+	// fall back to letting the default fmt package handle it if any get added.
+	default:
+		format := f.buildDefaultFormat()
+		if v.CanInterface() {
+			fmt.Fprintf(f.fs, format, v.Interface())
+		} else {
+			fmt.Fprintf(f.fs, format, v.String())
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+// Format satisfies the fmt.Formatter interface. See NewFormatter for usage
+// details.
+func (f *formatState) Format(fs fmt.State, verb rune) {
+	f.fs = fs
+
+	// Use standard formatting for verbs that are not v.
+	if verb != 'v' {
+		format := f.constructOrigFormat(verb)
+		fmt.Fprintf(fs, format, f.value)
+		return
+	}
+
+	if f.value == nil {
+		if fs.Flag('#') {
+			fs.Write(interfaceBytes)
+		}
+		fs.Write(nilAngleBytes)
+		return
+	}
+
+	f.format(reflect.ValueOf(f.value))
+}
+
+// newFormatter is a helper function to consolidate the logic from the various
+// public methods which take varying config states.
+func newFormatter(cs *ConfigState, v interface{}) fmt.Formatter {
+	fs := &formatState{value: v, cs: cs}
+	fs.pointers = make(map[uintptr]int)
+	return fs
+}
+
+/*
+NewFormatter returns a custom formatter that satisfies the fmt.Formatter
+interface.  As a result, it integrates cleanly with standard fmt package
+printing functions.  The formatter is useful for inline printing of smaller data
+types similar to the standard %v format specifier.
+
+The custom formatter only responds to the %v (most compact), %+v (adds pointer
+addresses), %#v (adds types), or %#+v (adds types and pointer addresses) verb
+combinations.  Any other verbs such as %x and %q will be sent to the the
+standard fmt package for formatting.  In addition, the custom formatter ignores
+the width and precision arguments (however they will still work on the format
+specifiers not handled by the custom formatter).
+
+Typically this function shouldn't be called directly.  It is much easier to make
+use of the custom formatter by calling one of the convenience functions such as
+Printf, Println, or Fprintf.
+*/
+func NewFormatter(v interface{}) fmt.Formatter {
+	return newFormatter(&Config, v)
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/spew.go b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/spew.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..32c0e33
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew/spew.go
@@ -0,0 +1,148 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Dave Collins <dave@davec.name>
+ *
+ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and 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.
+ *
+ * THE 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.
+ */
+
+package spew
+
+import (
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+)
+
+// Errorf is a wrapper for fmt.Errorf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the formatted string as a value that satisfies error.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Errorf(format, spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Errorf(format string, a ...interface{}) (err error) {
+	return fmt.Errorf(format, convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Fprint is a wrapper for fmt.Fprint that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Fprint(w, spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Fprint(w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Fprint(w, convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Fprintf is a wrapper for fmt.Fprintf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Fprintf(w, format, spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Fprintf(w io.Writer, format string, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Fprintf(w, format, convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Fprintln is a wrapper for fmt.Fprintln that treats each argument as if it
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Fprintln(w, spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Fprintln(w io.Writer, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Fprintln(w, convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Print is a wrapper for fmt.Print that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Print(spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Print(a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Print(convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Printf is a wrapper for fmt.Printf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Printf(format, spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Printf(format string, a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Printf(format, convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Println is a wrapper for fmt.Println that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the number of bytes written and any write error encountered.  See
+// NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Println(spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Println(a ...interface{}) (n int, err error) {
+	return fmt.Println(convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Sprint is a wrapper for fmt.Sprint that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the resulting string.  See NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Sprint(spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Sprint(a ...interface{}) string {
+	return fmt.Sprint(convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Sprintf is a wrapper for fmt.Sprintf that treats each argument as if it were
+// passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the resulting string.  See NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Sprintf(format, spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Sprintf(format string, a ...interface{}) string {
+	return fmt.Sprintf(format, convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// Sprintln is a wrapper for fmt.Sprintln that treats each argument as if it
+// were passed with a default Formatter interface returned by NewFormatter.  It
+// returns the resulting string.  See NewFormatter for formatting details.
+//
+// This function is shorthand for the following syntax:
+//
+//	fmt.Sprintln(spew.NewFormatter(a), spew.NewFormatter(b))
+func Sprintln(a ...interface{}) string {
+	return fmt.Sprintln(convertArgs(a)...)
+}
+
+// convertArgs accepts a slice of arguments and returns a slice of the same
+// length with each argument converted to a default spew Formatter interface.
+func convertArgs(args []interface{}) (formatters []interface{}) {
+	formatters = make([]interface{}, len(args))
+	for index, arg := range args {
+		formatters[index] = NewFormatter(arg)
+	}
+	return formatters
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/LICENSE b/vendor/github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/LICENSE
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c67dad6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+Copyright (c) 2013, Patrick Mezard
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+met:
+
+    Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+    Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+    The names of its contributors may not be used to endorse or promote
+products derived from this software without specific prior written
+permission.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS
+IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
+TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
+PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
+TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
+PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
+NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
+SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/difflib/difflib.go b/vendor/github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/difflib/difflib.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..003e99f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/difflib/difflib.go
@@ -0,0 +1,772 @@
+// Package difflib is a partial port of Python difflib module.
+//
+// It provides tools to compare sequences of strings and generate textual diffs.
+//
+// The following class and functions have been ported:
+//
+// - SequenceMatcher
+//
+// - unified_diff
+//
+// - context_diff
+//
+// Getting unified diffs was the main goal of the port. Keep in mind this code
+// is mostly suitable to output text differences in a human friendly way, there
+// are no guarantees generated diffs are consumable by patch(1).
+package difflib
+
+import (
+	"bufio"
+	"bytes"
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+	"strings"
+)
+
+func min(a, b int) int {
+	if a < b {
+		return a
+	}
+	return b
+}
+
+func max(a, b int) int {
+	if a > b {
+		return a
+	}
+	return b
+}
+
+func calculateRatio(matches, length int) float64 {
+	if length > 0 {
+		return 2.0 * float64(matches) / float64(length)
+	}
+	return 1.0
+}
+
+type Match struct {
+	A    int
+	B    int
+	Size int
+}
+
+type OpCode struct {
+	Tag byte
+	I1  int
+	I2  int
+	J1  int
+	J2  int
+}
+
+// SequenceMatcher compares sequence of strings. The basic
+// algorithm predates, and is a little fancier than, an algorithm
+// published in the late 1980's by Ratcliff and Obershelp under the
+// hyperbolic name "gestalt pattern matching".  The basic idea is to find
+// the longest contiguous matching subsequence that contains no "junk"
+// elements (R-O doesn't address junk).  The same idea is then applied
+// recursively to the pieces of the sequences to the left and to the right
+// of the matching subsequence.  This does not yield minimal edit
+// sequences, but does tend to yield matches that "look right" to people.
+//
+// SequenceMatcher tries to compute a "human-friendly diff" between two
+// sequences.  Unlike e.g. UNIX(tm) diff, the fundamental notion is the
+// longest *contiguous* & junk-free matching subsequence.  That's what
+// catches peoples' eyes.  The Windows(tm) windiff has another interesting
+// notion, pairing up elements that appear uniquely in each sequence.
+// That, and the method here, appear to yield more intuitive difference
+// reports than does diff.  This method appears to be the least vulnerable
+// to synching up on blocks of "junk lines", though (like blank lines in
+// ordinary text files, or maybe "<P>" lines in HTML files).  That may be
+// because this is the only method of the 3 that has a *concept* of
+// "junk" <wink>.
+//
+// Timing:  Basic R-O is cubic time worst case and quadratic time expected
+// case.  SequenceMatcher is quadratic time for the worst case and has
+// expected-case behavior dependent in a complicated way on how many
+// elements the sequences have in common; best case time is linear.
+type SequenceMatcher struct {
+	a              []string
+	b              []string
+	b2j            map[string][]int
+	IsJunk         func(string) bool
+	autoJunk       bool
+	bJunk          map[string]struct{}
+	matchingBlocks []Match
+	fullBCount     map[string]int
+	bPopular       map[string]struct{}
+	opCodes        []OpCode
+}
+
+func NewMatcher(a, b []string) *SequenceMatcher {
+	m := SequenceMatcher{autoJunk: true}
+	m.SetSeqs(a, b)
+	return &m
+}
+
+func NewMatcherWithJunk(a, b []string, autoJunk bool,
+	isJunk func(string) bool) *SequenceMatcher {
+
+	m := SequenceMatcher{IsJunk: isJunk, autoJunk: autoJunk}
+	m.SetSeqs(a, b)
+	return &m
+}
+
+// Set two sequences to be compared.
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) SetSeqs(a, b []string) {
+	m.SetSeq1(a)
+	m.SetSeq2(b)
+}
+
+// Set the first sequence to be compared. The second sequence to be compared is
+// not changed.
+//
+// SequenceMatcher computes and caches detailed information about the second
+// sequence, so if you want to compare one sequence S against many sequences,
+// use .SetSeq2(s) once and call .SetSeq1(x) repeatedly for each of the other
+// sequences.
+//
+// See also SetSeqs() and SetSeq2().
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) SetSeq1(a []string) {
+	if &a == &m.a {
+		return
+	}
+	m.a = a
+	m.matchingBlocks = nil
+	m.opCodes = nil
+}
+
+// Set the second sequence to be compared. The first sequence to be compared is
+// not changed.
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) SetSeq2(b []string) {
+	if &b == &m.b {
+		return
+	}
+	m.b = b
+	m.matchingBlocks = nil
+	m.opCodes = nil
+	m.fullBCount = nil
+	m.chainB()
+}
+
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) chainB() {
+	// Populate line -> index mapping
+	b2j := map[string][]int{}
+	for i, s := range m.b {
+		indices := b2j[s]
+		indices = append(indices, i)
+		b2j[s] = indices
+	}
+
+	// Purge junk elements
+	m.bJunk = map[string]struct{}{}
+	if m.IsJunk != nil {
+		junk := m.bJunk
+		for s, _ := range b2j {
+			if m.IsJunk(s) {
+				junk[s] = struct{}{}
+			}
+		}
+		for s, _ := range junk {
+			delete(b2j, s)
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Purge remaining popular elements
+	popular := map[string]struct{}{}
+	n := len(m.b)
+	if m.autoJunk && n >= 200 {
+		ntest := n/100 + 1
+		for s, indices := range b2j {
+			if len(indices) > ntest {
+				popular[s] = struct{}{}
+			}
+		}
+		for s, _ := range popular {
+			delete(b2j, s)
+		}
+	}
+	m.bPopular = popular
+	m.b2j = b2j
+}
+
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) isBJunk(s string) bool {
+	_, ok := m.bJunk[s]
+	return ok
+}
+
+// Find longest matching block in a[alo:ahi] and b[blo:bhi].
+//
+// If IsJunk is not defined:
+//
+// Return (i,j,k) such that a[i:i+k] is equal to b[j:j+k], where
+//     alo <= i <= i+k <= ahi
+//     blo <= j <= j+k <= bhi
+// and for all (i',j',k') meeting those conditions,
+//     k >= k'
+//     i <= i'
+//     and if i == i', j <= j'
+//
+// In other words, of all maximal matching blocks, return one that
+// starts earliest in a, and of all those maximal matching blocks that
+// start earliest in a, return the one that starts earliest in b.
+//
+// If IsJunk is defined, first the longest matching block is
+// determined as above, but with the additional restriction that no
+// junk element appears in the block.  Then that block is extended as
+// far as possible by matching (only) junk elements on both sides.  So
+// the resulting block never matches on junk except as identical junk
+// happens to be adjacent to an "interesting" match.
+//
+// If no blocks match, return (alo, blo, 0).
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) findLongestMatch(alo, ahi, blo, bhi int) Match {
+	// CAUTION:  stripping common prefix or suffix would be incorrect.
+	// E.g.,
+	//    ab
+	//    acab
+	// Longest matching block is "ab", but if common prefix is
+	// stripped, it's "a" (tied with "b").  UNIX(tm) diff does so
+	// strip, so ends up claiming that ab is changed to acab by
+	// inserting "ca" in the middle.  That's minimal but unintuitive:
+	// "it's obvious" that someone inserted "ac" at the front.
+	// Windiff ends up at the same place as diff, but by pairing up
+	// the unique 'b's and then matching the first two 'a's.
+	besti, bestj, bestsize := alo, blo, 0
+
+	// find longest junk-free match
+	// during an iteration of the loop, j2len[j] = length of longest
+	// junk-free match ending with a[i-1] and b[j]
+	j2len := map[int]int{}
+	for i := alo; i != ahi; i++ {
+		// look at all instances of a[i] in b; note that because
+		// b2j has no junk keys, the loop is skipped if a[i] is junk
+		newj2len := map[int]int{}
+		for _, j := range m.b2j[m.a[i]] {
+			// a[i] matches b[j]
+			if j < blo {
+				continue
+			}
+			if j >= bhi {
+				break
+			}
+			k := j2len[j-1] + 1
+			newj2len[j] = k
+			if k > bestsize {
+				besti, bestj, bestsize = i-k+1, j-k+1, k
+			}
+		}
+		j2len = newj2len
+	}
+
+	// Extend the best by non-junk elements on each end.  In particular,
+	// "popular" non-junk elements aren't in b2j, which greatly speeds
+	// the inner loop above, but also means "the best" match so far
+	// doesn't contain any junk *or* popular non-junk elements.
+	for besti > alo && bestj > blo && !m.isBJunk(m.b[bestj-1]) &&
+		m.a[besti-1] == m.b[bestj-1] {
+		besti, bestj, bestsize = besti-1, bestj-1, bestsize+1
+	}
+	for besti+bestsize < ahi && bestj+bestsize < bhi &&
+		!m.isBJunk(m.b[bestj+bestsize]) &&
+		m.a[besti+bestsize] == m.b[bestj+bestsize] {
+		bestsize += 1
+	}
+
+	// Now that we have a wholly interesting match (albeit possibly
+	// empty!), we may as well suck up the matching junk on each
+	// side of it too.  Can't think of a good reason not to, and it
+	// saves post-processing the (possibly considerable) expense of
+	// figuring out what to do with it.  In the case of an empty
+	// interesting match, this is clearly the right thing to do,
+	// because no other kind of match is possible in the regions.
+	for besti > alo && bestj > blo && m.isBJunk(m.b[bestj-1]) &&
+		m.a[besti-1] == m.b[bestj-1] {
+		besti, bestj, bestsize = besti-1, bestj-1, bestsize+1
+	}
+	for besti+bestsize < ahi && bestj+bestsize < bhi &&
+		m.isBJunk(m.b[bestj+bestsize]) &&
+		m.a[besti+bestsize] == m.b[bestj+bestsize] {
+		bestsize += 1
+	}
+
+	return Match{A: besti, B: bestj, Size: bestsize}
+}
+
+// Return list of triples describing matching subsequences.
+//
+// Each triple is of the form (i, j, n), and means that
+// a[i:i+n] == b[j:j+n].  The triples are monotonically increasing in
+// i and in j. It's also guaranteed that if (i, j, n) and (i', j', n') are
+// adjacent triples in the list, and the second is not the last triple in the
+// list, then i+n != i' or j+n != j'. IOW, adjacent triples never describe
+// adjacent equal blocks.
+//
+// The last triple is a dummy, (len(a), len(b), 0), and is the only
+// triple with n==0.
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) GetMatchingBlocks() []Match {
+	if m.matchingBlocks != nil {
+		return m.matchingBlocks
+	}
+
+	var matchBlocks func(alo, ahi, blo, bhi int, matched []Match) []Match
+	matchBlocks = func(alo, ahi, blo, bhi int, matched []Match) []Match {
+		match := m.findLongestMatch(alo, ahi, blo, bhi)
+		i, j, k := match.A, match.B, match.Size
+		if match.Size > 0 {
+			if alo < i && blo < j {
+				matched = matchBlocks(alo, i, blo, j, matched)
+			}
+			matched = append(matched, match)
+			if i+k < ahi && j+k < bhi {
+				matched = matchBlocks(i+k, ahi, j+k, bhi, matched)
+			}
+		}
+		return matched
+	}
+	matched := matchBlocks(0, len(m.a), 0, len(m.b), nil)
+
+	// It's possible that we have adjacent equal blocks in the
+	// matching_blocks list now.
+	nonAdjacent := []Match{}
+	i1, j1, k1 := 0, 0, 0
+	for _, b := range matched {
+		// Is this block adjacent to i1, j1, k1?
+		i2, j2, k2 := b.A, b.B, b.Size
+		if i1+k1 == i2 && j1+k1 == j2 {
+			// Yes, so collapse them -- this just increases the length of
+			// the first block by the length of the second, and the first
+			// block so lengthened remains the block to compare against.
+			k1 += k2
+		} else {
+			// Not adjacent.  Remember the first block (k1==0 means it's
+			// the dummy we started with), and make the second block the
+			// new block to compare against.
+			if k1 > 0 {
+				nonAdjacent = append(nonAdjacent, Match{i1, j1, k1})
+			}
+			i1, j1, k1 = i2, j2, k2
+		}
+	}
+	if k1 > 0 {
+		nonAdjacent = append(nonAdjacent, Match{i1, j1, k1})
+	}
+
+	nonAdjacent = append(nonAdjacent, Match{len(m.a), len(m.b), 0})
+	m.matchingBlocks = nonAdjacent
+	return m.matchingBlocks
+}
+
+// Return list of 5-tuples describing how to turn a into b.
+//
+// Each tuple is of the form (tag, i1, i2, j1, j2).  The first tuple
+// has i1 == j1 == 0, and remaining tuples have i1 == the i2 from the
+// tuple preceding it, and likewise for j1 == the previous j2.
+//
+// The tags are characters, with these meanings:
+//
+// 'r' (replace):  a[i1:i2] should be replaced by b[j1:j2]
+//
+// 'd' (delete):   a[i1:i2] should be deleted, j1==j2 in this case.
+//
+// 'i' (insert):   b[j1:j2] should be inserted at a[i1:i1], i1==i2 in this case.
+//
+// 'e' (equal):    a[i1:i2] == b[j1:j2]
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) GetOpCodes() []OpCode {
+	if m.opCodes != nil {
+		return m.opCodes
+	}
+	i, j := 0, 0
+	matching := m.GetMatchingBlocks()
+	opCodes := make([]OpCode, 0, len(matching))
+	for _, m := range matching {
+		//  invariant:  we've pumped out correct diffs to change
+		//  a[:i] into b[:j], and the next matching block is
+		//  a[ai:ai+size] == b[bj:bj+size]. So we need to pump
+		//  out a diff to change a[i:ai] into b[j:bj], pump out
+		//  the matching block, and move (i,j) beyond the match
+		ai, bj, size := m.A, m.B, m.Size
+		tag := byte(0)
+		if i < ai && j < bj {
+			tag = 'r'
+		} else if i < ai {
+			tag = 'd'
+		} else if j < bj {
+			tag = 'i'
+		}
+		if tag > 0 {
+			opCodes = append(opCodes, OpCode{tag, i, ai, j, bj})
+		}
+		i, j = ai+size, bj+size
+		// the list of matching blocks is terminated by a
+		// sentinel with size 0
+		if size > 0 {
+			opCodes = append(opCodes, OpCode{'e', ai, i, bj, j})
+		}
+	}
+	m.opCodes = opCodes
+	return m.opCodes
+}
+
+// Isolate change clusters by eliminating ranges with no changes.
+//
+// Return a generator of groups with up to n lines of context.
+// Each group is in the same format as returned by GetOpCodes().
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) GetGroupedOpCodes(n int) [][]OpCode {
+	if n < 0 {
+		n = 3
+	}
+	codes := m.GetOpCodes()
+	if len(codes) == 0 {
+		codes = []OpCode{OpCode{'e', 0, 1, 0, 1}}
+	}
+	// Fixup leading and trailing groups if they show no changes.
+	if codes[0].Tag == 'e' {
+		c := codes[0]
+		i1, i2, j1, j2 := c.I1, c.I2, c.J1, c.J2
+		codes[0] = OpCode{c.Tag, max(i1, i2-n), i2, max(j1, j2-n), j2}
+	}
+	if codes[len(codes)-1].Tag == 'e' {
+		c := codes[len(codes)-1]
+		i1, i2, j1, j2 := c.I1, c.I2, c.J1, c.J2
+		codes[len(codes)-1] = OpCode{c.Tag, i1, min(i2, i1+n), j1, min(j2, j1+n)}
+	}
+	nn := n + n
+	groups := [][]OpCode{}
+	group := []OpCode{}
+	for _, c := range codes {
+		i1, i2, j1, j2 := c.I1, c.I2, c.J1, c.J2
+		// End the current group and start a new one whenever
+		// there is a large range with no changes.
+		if c.Tag == 'e' && i2-i1 > nn {
+			group = append(group, OpCode{c.Tag, i1, min(i2, i1+n),
+				j1, min(j2, j1+n)})
+			groups = append(groups, group)
+			group = []OpCode{}
+			i1, j1 = max(i1, i2-n), max(j1, j2-n)
+		}
+		group = append(group, OpCode{c.Tag, i1, i2, j1, j2})
+	}
+	if len(group) > 0 && !(len(group) == 1 && group[0].Tag == 'e') {
+		groups = append(groups, group)
+	}
+	return groups
+}
+
+// Return a measure of the sequences' similarity (float in [0,1]).
+//
+// Where T is the total number of elements in both sequences, and
+// M is the number of matches, this is 2.0*M / T.
+// Note that this is 1 if the sequences are identical, and 0 if
+// they have nothing in common.
+//
+// .Ratio() is expensive to compute if you haven't already computed
+// .GetMatchingBlocks() or .GetOpCodes(), in which case you may
+// want to try .QuickRatio() or .RealQuickRation() first to get an
+// upper bound.
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) Ratio() float64 {
+	matches := 0
+	for _, m := range m.GetMatchingBlocks() {
+		matches += m.Size
+	}
+	return calculateRatio(matches, len(m.a)+len(m.b))
+}
+
+// Return an upper bound on ratio() relatively quickly.
+//
+// This isn't defined beyond that it is an upper bound on .Ratio(), and
+// is faster to compute.
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) QuickRatio() float64 {
+	// viewing a and b as multisets, set matches to the cardinality
+	// of their intersection; this counts the number of matches
+	// without regard to order, so is clearly an upper bound
+	if m.fullBCount == nil {
+		m.fullBCount = map[string]int{}
+		for _, s := range m.b {
+			m.fullBCount[s] = m.fullBCount[s] + 1
+		}
+	}
+
+	// avail[x] is the number of times x appears in 'b' less the
+	// number of times we've seen it in 'a' so far ... kinda
+	avail := map[string]int{}
+	matches := 0
+	for _, s := range m.a {
+		n, ok := avail[s]
+		if !ok {
+			n = m.fullBCount[s]
+		}
+		avail[s] = n - 1
+		if n > 0 {
+			matches += 1
+		}
+	}
+	return calculateRatio(matches, len(m.a)+len(m.b))
+}
+
+// Return an upper bound on ratio() very quickly.
+//
+// This isn't defined beyond that it is an upper bound on .Ratio(), and
+// is faster to compute than either .Ratio() or .QuickRatio().
+func (m *SequenceMatcher) RealQuickRatio() float64 {
+	la, lb := len(m.a), len(m.b)
+	return calculateRatio(min(la, lb), la+lb)
+}
+
+// Convert range to the "ed" format
+func formatRangeUnified(start, stop int) string {
+	// Per the diff spec at http://www.unix.org/single_unix_specification/
+	beginning := start + 1 // lines start numbering with one
+	length := stop - start
+	if length == 1 {
+		return fmt.Sprintf("%d", beginning)
+	}
+	if length == 0 {
+		beginning -= 1 // empty ranges begin at line just before the range
+	}
+	return fmt.Sprintf("%d,%d", beginning, length)
+}
+
+// Unified diff parameters
+type UnifiedDiff struct {
+	A        []string // First sequence lines
+	FromFile string   // First file name
+	FromDate string   // First file time
+	B        []string // Second sequence lines
+	ToFile   string   // Second file name
+	ToDate   string   // Second file time
+	Eol      string   // Headers end of line, defaults to LF
+	Context  int      // Number of context lines
+}
+
+// Compare two sequences of lines; generate the delta as a unified diff.
+//
+// Unified diffs are a compact way of showing line changes and a few
+// lines of context.  The number of context lines is set by 'n' which
+// defaults to three.
+//
+// By default, the diff control lines (those with ---, +++, or @@) are
+// created with a trailing newline.  This is helpful so that inputs
+// created from file.readlines() result in diffs that are suitable for
+// file.writelines() since both the inputs and outputs have trailing
+// newlines.
+//
+// For inputs that do not have trailing newlines, set the lineterm
+// argument to "" so that the output will be uniformly newline free.
+//
+// The unidiff format normally has a header for filenames and modification
+// times.  Any or all of these may be specified using strings for
+// 'fromfile', 'tofile', 'fromfiledate', and 'tofiledate'.
+// The modification times are normally expressed in the ISO 8601 format.
+func WriteUnifiedDiff(writer io.Writer, diff UnifiedDiff) error {
+	buf := bufio.NewWriter(writer)
+	defer buf.Flush()
+	wf := func(format string, args ...interface{}) error {
+		_, err := buf.WriteString(fmt.Sprintf(format, args...))
+		return err
+	}
+	ws := func(s string) error {
+		_, err := buf.WriteString(s)
+		return err
+	}
+
+	if len(diff.Eol) == 0 {
+		diff.Eol = "\n"
+	}
+
+	started := false
+	m := NewMatcher(diff.A, diff.B)
+	for _, g := range m.GetGroupedOpCodes(diff.Context) {
+		if !started {
+			started = true
+			fromDate := ""
+			if len(diff.FromDate) > 0 {
+				fromDate = "\t" + diff.FromDate
+			}
+			toDate := ""
+			if len(diff.ToDate) > 0 {
+				toDate = "\t" + diff.ToDate
+			}
+			if diff.FromFile != "" || diff.ToFile != "" {
+				err := wf("--- %s%s%s", diff.FromFile, fromDate, diff.Eol)
+				if err != nil {
+					return err
+				}
+				err = wf("+++ %s%s%s", diff.ToFile, toDate, diff.Eol)
+				if err != nil {
+					return err
+				}
+			}
+		}
+		first, last := g[0], g[len(g)-1]
+		range1 := formatRangeUnified(first.I1, last.I2)
+		range2 := formatRangeUnified(first.J1, last.J2)
+		if err := wf("@@ -%s +%s @@%s", range1, range2, diff.Eol); err != nil {
+			return err
+		}
+		for _, c := range g {
+			i1, i2, j1, j2 := c.I1, c.I2, c.J1, c.J2
+			if c.Tag == 'e' {
+				for _, line := range diff.A[i1:i2] {
+					if err := ws(" " + line); err != nil {
+						return err
+					}
+				}
+				continue
+			}
+			if c.Tag == 'r' || c.Tag == 'd' {
+				for _, line := range diff.A[i1:i2] {
+					if err := ws("-" + line); err != nil {
+						return err
+					}
+				}
+			}
+			if c.Tag == 'r' || c.Tag == 'i' {
+				for _, line := range diff.B[j1:j2] {
+					if err := ws("+" + line); err != nil {
+						return err
+					}
+				}
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	return nil
+}
+
+// Like WriteUnifiedDiff but returns the diff a string.
+func GetUnifiedDiffString(diff UnifiedDiff) (string, error) {
+	w := &bytes.Buffer{}
+	err := WriteUnifiedDiff(w, diff)
+	return string(w.Bytes()), err
+}
+
+// Convert range to the "ed" format.
+func formatRangeContext(start, stop int) string {
+	// Per the diff spec at http://www.unix.org/single_unix_specification/
+	beginning := start + 1 // lines start numbering with one
+	length := stop - start
+	if length == 0 {
+		beginning -= 1 // empty ranges begin at line just before the range
+	}
+	if length <= 1 {
+		return fmt.Sprintf("%d", beginning)
+	}
+	return fmt.Sprintf("%d,%d", beginning, beginning+length-1)
+}
+
+type ContextDiff UnifiedDiff
+
+// Compare two sequences of lines; generate the delta as a context diff.
+//
+// Context diffs are a compact way of showing line changes and a few
+// lines of context. The number of context lines is set by diff.Context
+// which defaults to three.
+//
+// By default, the diff control lines (those with *** or ---) are
+// created with a trailing newline.
+//
+// For inputs that do not have trailing newlines, set the diff.Eol
+// argument to "" so that the output will be uniformly newline free.
+//
+// The context diff format normally has a header for filenames and
+// modification times.  Any or all of these may be specified using
+// strings for diff.FromFile, diff.ToFile, diff.FromDate, diff.ToDate.
+// The modification times are normally expressed in the ISO 8601 format.
+// If not specified, the strings default to blanks.
+func WriteContextDiff(writer io.Writer, diff ContextDiff) error {
+	buf := bufio.NewWriter(writer)
+	defer buf.Flush()
+	var diffErr error
+	wf := func(format string, args ...interface{}) {
+		_, err := buf.WriteString(fmt.Sprintf(format, args...))
+		if diffErr == nil && err != nil {
+			diffErr = err
+		}
+	}
+	ws := func(s string) {
+		_, err := buf.WriteString(s)
+		if diffErr == nil && err != nil {
+			diffErr = err
+		}
+	}
+
+	if len(diff.Eol) == 0 {
+		diff.Eol = "\n"
+	}
+
+	prefix := map[byte]string{
+		'i': "+ ",
+		'd': "- ",
+		'r': "! ",
+		'e': "  ",
+	}
+
+	started := false
+	m := NewMatcher(diff.A, diff.B)
+	for _, g := range m.GetGroupedOpCodes(diff.Context) {
+		if !started {
+			started = true
+			fromDate := ""
+			if len(diff.FromDate) > 0 {
+				fromDate = "\t" + diff.FromDate
+			}
+			toDate := ""
+			if len(diff.ToDate) > 0 {
+				toDate = "\t" + diff.ToDate
+			}
+			if diff.FromFile != "" || diff.ToFile != "" {
+				wf("*** %s%s%s", diff.FromFile, fromDate, diff.Eol)
+				wf("--- %s%s%s", diff.ToFile, toDate, diff.Eol)
+			}
+		}
+
+		first, last := g[0], g[len(g)-1]
+		ws("***************" + diff.Eol)
+
+		range1 := formatRangeContext(first.I1, last.I2)
+		wf("*** %s ****%s", range1, diff.Eol)
+		for _, c := range g {
+			if c.Tag == 'r' || c.Tag == 'd' {
+				for _, cc := range g {
+					if cc.Tag == 'i' {
+						continue
+					}
+					for _, line := range diff.A[cc.I1:cc.I2] {
+						ws(prefix[cc.Tag] + line)
+					}
+				}
+				break
+			}
+		}
+
+		range2 := formatRangeContext(first.J1, last.J2)
+		wf("--- %s ----%s", range2, diff.Eol)
+		for _, c := range g {
+			if c.Tag == 'r' || c.Tag == 'i' {
+				for _, cc := range g {
+					if cc.Tag == 'd' {
+						continue
+					}
+					for _, line := range diff.B[cc.J1:cc.J2] {
+						ws(prefix[cc.Tag] + line)
+					}
+				}
+				break
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	return diffErr
+}
+
+// Like WriteContextDiff but returns the diff a string.
+func GetContextDiffString(diff ContextDiff) (string, error) {
+	w := &bytes.Buffer{}
+	err := WriteContextDiff(w, diff)
+	return string(w.Bytes()), err
+}
+
+// Split a string on "\n" while preserving them. The output can be used
+// as input for UnifiedDiff and ContextDiff structures.
+func SplitLines(s string) []string {
+	lines := strings.SplitAfter(s, "\n")
+	lines[len(lines)-1] += "\n"
+	return lines
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/LICENSE b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/LICENSE
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f38ec59
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+MIT License
+
+Copyright (c) 2012-2018 Mat Ryer and Tyler Bunnell
+
+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.
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_format.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_format.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bf89ecd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_format.go
@@ -0,0 +1,622 @@
+/*
+* CODE GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY WITH github.com/stretchr/testify/_codegen
+* THIS FILE MUST NOT BE EDITED BY HAND
+ */
+
+package assert
+
+import (
+	http "net/http"
+	url "net/url"
+	time "time"
+)
+
+// Conditionf uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.
+func Conditionf(t TestingT, comp Comparison, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Condition(t, comp, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Containsf asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map contains the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    assert.Containsf(t, "Hello World", "World", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.Containsf(t, ["Hello", "World"], "World", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.Containsf(t, {"Hello": "World"}, "Hello", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Containsf(t TestingT, s interface{}, contains interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Contains(t, s, contains, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// DirExistsf checks whether a directory exists in the given path. It also fails
+// if the path is a file rather a directory or there is an error checking whether it exists.
+func DirExistsf(t TestingT, path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return DirExists(t, path, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// ElementsMatchf asserts that the specified listA(array, slice...) is equal to specified
+// listB(array, slice...) ignoring the order of the elements. If there are duplicate elements,
+// the number of appearances of each of them in both lists should match.
+//
+// assert.ElementsMatchf(t, [1, 3, 2, 3], [1, 3, 3, 2], "error message %s", "formatted")
+func ElementsMatchf(t TestingT, listA interface{}, listB interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return ElementsMatch(t, listA, listB, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Emptyf asserts that the specified object is empty.  I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  assert.Emptyf(t, obj, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Emptyf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Empty(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Equalf asserts that two objects are equal.
+//
+//    assert.Equalf(t, 123, 123, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses). Function equality
+// cannot be determined and will always fail.
+func Equalf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Equal(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// EqualErrorf asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`)
+// and that it is equal to the provided error.
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   assert.EqualErrorf(t, err,  expectedErrorString, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func EqualErrorf(t TestingT, theError error, errString string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return EqualError(t, theError, errString, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// EqualValuesf asserts that two objects are equal or convertable to the same types
+// and equal.
+//
+//    assert.EqualValuesf(t, uint32(123, "error message %s", "formatted"), int32(123))
+func EqualValuesf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return EqualValues(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Errorf asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if assert.Errorf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted") {
+// 	   assert.Equal(t, expectedErrorf, err)
+//   }
+func Errorf(t TestingT, err error, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Error(t, err, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Eventuallyf asserts that given condition will be met in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking target function each tick.
+//
+//    assert.Eventuallyf(t, func() bool { return true; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Eventuallyf(t TestingT, condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Eventually(t, condition, waitFor, tick, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Exactlyf asserts that two objects are equal in value and type.
+//
+//    assert.Exactlyf(t, int32(123, "error message %s", "formatted"), int64(123))
+func Exactlyf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Exactly(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Failf reports a failure through
+func Failf(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Fail(t, failureMessage, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// FailNowf fails test
+func FailNowf(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return FailNow(t, failureMessage, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Falsef asserts that the specified value is false.
+//
+//    assert.Falsef(t, myBool, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Falsef(t TestingT, value bool, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return False(t, value, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// FileExistsf checks whether a file exists in the given path. It also fails if
+// the path points to a directory or there is an error when trying to check the file.
+func FileExistsf(t TestingT, path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return FileExists(t, path, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Greaterf asserts that the first element is greater than the second
+//
+//    assert.Greaterf(t, 2, 1, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.Greaterf(t, float64(2, "error message %s", "formatted"), float64(1))
+//    assert.Greaterf(t, "b", "a", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Greaterf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Greater(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// GreaterOrEqualf asserts that the first element is greater than or equal to the second
+//
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, 2, 1, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, 2, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, "b", "a", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqualf(t, "b", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func GreaterOrEqualf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return GreaterOrEqual(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyContainsf asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that contains a string.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPBodyContainsf(t, myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPBodyContainsf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPBodyContains(t, handler, method, url, values, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyNotContainsf asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that does not contain a string.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPBodyNotContainsf(t, myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPBodyNotContainsf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPBodyNotContains(t, handler, method, url, values, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// HTTPErrorf asserts that a specified handler returns an error status code.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPErrorf(t, myHandler, "POST", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true, "error message %s", "formatted") or not (false).
+func HTTPErrorf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPError(t, handler, method, url, values, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// HTTPRedirectf asserts that a specified handler returns a redirect status code.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPRedirectf(t, myHandler, "GET", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true, "error message %s", "formatted") or not (false).
+func HTTPRedirectf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPRedirect(t, handler, method, url, values, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// HTTPSuccessf asserts that a specified handler returns a success status code.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPSuccessf(t, myHandler, "POST", "http://www.google.com", nil, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPSuccessf(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPSuccess(t, handler, method, url, values, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Implementsf asserts that an object is implemented by the specified interface.
+//
+//    assert.Implementsf(t, (*MyInterface, "error message %s", "formatted")(nil), new(MyObject))
+func Implementsf(t TestingT, interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Implements(t, interfaceObject, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaf asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.
+//
+// 	 assert.InDeltaf(t, math.Pi, 22/7.0, 0.01, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func InDeltaf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDelta(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaMapValuesf is the same as InDelta, but it compares all values between two maps. Both maps must have exactly the same keys.
+func InDeltaMapValuesf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaMapValues(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaSlicef is the same as InDelta, except it compares two slices.
+func InDeltaSlicef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaSlice(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// InEpsilonf asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon
+func InEpsilonf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InEpsilon(t, expected, actual, epsilon, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// InEpsilonSlicef is the same as InEpsilon, except it compares each value from two slices.
+func InEpsilonSlicef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InEpsilonSlice(t, expected, actual, epsilon, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// IsTypef asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.
+func IsTypef(t TestingT, expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return IsType(t, expectedType, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// JSONEqf asserts that two JSON strings are equivalent.
+//
+//  assert.JSONEqf(t, `{"hello": "world", "foo": "bar"}`, `{"foo": "bar", "hello": "world"}`, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func JSONEqf(t TestingT, expected string, actual string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return JSONEq(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Lenf asserts that the specified object has specific length.
+// Lenf also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.
+//
+//    assert.Lenf(t, mySlice, 3, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Lenf(t TestingT, object interface{}, length int, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Len(t, object, length, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Lessf asserts that the first element is less than the second
+//
+//    assert.Lessf(t, 1, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.Lessf(t, float64(1, "error message %s", "formatted"), float64(2))
+//    assert.Lessf(t, "a", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Lessf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Less(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// LessOrEqualf asserts that the first element is less than or equal to the second
+//
+//    assert.LessOrEqualf(t, 1, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.LessOrEqualf(t, 2, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.LessOrEqualf(t, "a", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.LessOrEqualf(t, "b", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func LessOrEqualf(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return LessOrEqual(t, e1, e2, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Neverf asserts that the given condition doesn't satisfy in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking the target function each tick.
+//
+//    assert.Neverf(t, func() bool { return false; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Neverf(t TestingT, condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Never(t, condition, waitFor, tick, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Nilf asserts that the specified object is nil.
+//
+//    assert.Nilf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Nilf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Nil(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NoDirExistsf checks whether a directory does not exist in the given path.
+// It fails if the path points to an existing _directory_ only.
+func NoDirExistsf(t TestingT, path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoDirExists(t, path, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NoErrorf asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if assert.NoErrorf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted") {
+// 	   assert.Equal(t, expectedObj, actualObj)
+//   }
+func NoErrorf(t TestingT, err error, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoError(t, err, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NoFileExistsf checks whether a file does not exist in a given path. It fails
+// if the path points to an existing _file_ only.
+func NoFileExistsf(t TestingT, path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoFileExists(t, path, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotContainsf asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map does NOT contain the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    assert.NotContainsf(t, "Hello World", "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.NotContainsf(t, ["Hello", "World"], "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    assert.NotContainsf(t, {"Hello": "World"}, "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func NotContainsf(t TestingT, s interface{}, contains interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotContains(t, s, contains, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotEmptyf asserts that the specified object is NOT empty.  I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  if assert.NotEmptyf(t, obj, "error message %s", "formatted") {
+//    assert.Equal(t, "two", obj[1])
+//  }
+func NotEmptyf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotEmpty(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotEqualf asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.
+//
+//    assert.NotEqualf(t, obj1, obj2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses).
+func NotEqualf(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotEqual(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotNilf asserts that the specified object is not nil.
+//
+//    assert.NotNilf(t, err, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func NotNilf(t TestingT, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotNil(t, object, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotPanicsf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.
+//
+//   assert.NotPanicsf(t, func(){ RemainCalm() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func NotPanicsf(t TestingT, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotPanics(t, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotRegexpf asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.
+//
+//  assert.NotRegexpf(t, regexp.MustCompile("starts", "error message %s", "formatted"), "it's starting")
+//  assert.NotRegexpf(t, "^start", "it's not starting", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func NotRegexpf(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotRegexp(t, rx, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotSamef asserts that two pointers do not reference the same object.
+//
+//    assert.NotSamef(t, ptr1, ptr2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func NotSamef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotSame(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotSubsetf asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains not all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    assert.NotSubsetf(t, [1, 3, 4], [1, 2], "But [1, 3, 4] does not contain [1, 2]", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func NotSubsetf(t TestingT, list interface{}, subset interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotSubset(t, list, subset, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// NotZerof asserts that i is not the zero value for its type.
+func NotZerof(t TestingT, i interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotZero(t, i, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Panicsf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.
+//
+//   assert.Panicsf(t, func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Panicsf(t TestingT, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Panics(t, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// PanicsWithErrorf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc
+// panics, and that the recovered panic value is an error that satisfies the
+// EqualError comparison.
+//
+//   assert.PanicsWithErrorf(t, "crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func PanicsWithErrorf(t TestingT, errString string, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return PanicsWithError(t, errString, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// PanicsWithValuef asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics, and that
+// the recovered panic value equals the expected panic value.
+//
+//   assert.PanicsWithValuef(t, "crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func PanicsWithValuef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return PanicsWithValue(t, expected, f, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Regexpf asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.
+//
+//  assert.Regexpf(t, regexp.MustCompile("start", "error message %s", "formatted"), "it's starting")
+//  assert.Regexpf(t, "start...$", "it's not starting", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Regexpf(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Regexp(t, rx, str, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Samef asserts that two pointers reference the same object.
+//
+//    assert.Samef(t, ptr1, ptr2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func Samef(t TestingT, expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Same(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Subsetf asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    assert.Subsetf(t, [1, 2, 3], [1, 2], "But [1, 2, 3] does contain [1, 2]", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Subsetf(t TestingT, list interface{}, subset interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Subset(t, list, subset, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Truef asserts that the specified value is true.
+//
+//    assert.Truef(t, myBool, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func Truef(t TestingT, value bool, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return True(t, value, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// WithinDurationf asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.
+//
+//   assert.WithinDurationf(t, time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func WithinDurationf(t TestingT, expected time.Time, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return WithinDuration(t, expected, actual, delta, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// YAMLEqf asserts that two YAML strings are equivalent.
+func YAMLEqf(t TestingT, expected string, actual string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return YAMLEq(t, expected, actual, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
+
+// Zerof asserts that i is the zero value for its type.
+func Zerof(t TestingT, i interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Zero(t, i, append([]interface{}{msg}, args...)...)
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_format.go.tmpl b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_format.go.tmpl
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d2bb0b8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_format.go.tmpl
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+{{.CommentFormat}}
+func {{.DocInfo.Name}}f(t TestingT, {{.ParamsFormat}}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok { h.Helper() }
+	return {{.DocInfo.Name}}(t, {{.ForwardedParamsFormat}})
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_forward.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_forward.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..75ecdca
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_forward.go
@@ -0,0 +1,1232 @@
+/*
+* CODE GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY WITH github.com/stretchr/testify/_codegen
+* THIS FILE MUST NOT BE EDITED BY HAND
+ */
+
+package assert
+
+import (
+	http "net/http"
+	url "net/url"
+	time "time"
+)
+
+// Condition uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.
+func (a *Assertions) Condition(comp Comparison, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Condition(a.t, comp, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Conditionf uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.
+func (a *Assertions) Conditionf(comp Comparison, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Conditionf(a.t, comp, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Contains asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map contains the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    a.Contains("Hello World", "World")
+//    a.Contains(["Hello", "World"], "World")
+//    a.Contains({"Hello": "World"}, "Hello")
+func (a *Assertions) Contains(s interface{}, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Contains(a.t, s, contains, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Containsf asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map contains the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    a.Containsf("Hello World", "World", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.Containsf(["Hello", "World"], "World", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.Containsf({"Hello": "World"}, "Hello", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Containsf(s interface{}, contains interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Containsf(a.t, s, contains, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// DirExists checks whether a directory exists in the given path. It also fails
+// if the path is a file rather a directory or there is an error checking whether it exists.
+func (a *Assertions) DirExists(path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return DirExists(a.t, path, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// DirExistsf checks whether a directory exists in the given path. It also fails
+// if the path is a file rather a directory or there is an error checking whether it exists.
+func (a *Assertions) DirExistsf(path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return DirExistsf(a.t, path, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// ElementsMatch asserts that the specified listA(array, slice...) is equal to specified
+// listB(array, slice...) ignoring the order of the elements. If there are duplicate elements,
+// the number of appearances of each of them in both lists should match.
+//
+// a.ElementsMatch([1, 3, 2, 3], [1, 3, 3, 2])
+func (a *Assertions) ElementsMatch(listA interface{}, listB interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return ElementsMatch(a.t, listA, listB, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// ElementsMatchf asserts that the specified listA(array, slice...) is equal to specified
+// listB(array, slice...) ignoring the order of the elements. If there are duplicate elements,
+// the number of appearances of each of them in both lists should match.
+//
+// a.ElementsMatchf([1, 3, 2, 3], [1, 3, 3, 2], "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) ElementsMatchf(listA interface{}, listB interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return ElementsMatchf(a.t, listA, listB, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Empty asserts that the specified object is empty.  I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  a.Empty(obj)
+func (a *Assertions) Empty(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Empty(a.t, object, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Emptyf asserts that the specified object is empty.  I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  a.Emptyf(obj, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Emptyf(object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Emptyf(a.t, object, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Equal asserts that two objects are equal.
+//
+//    a.Equal(123, 123)
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses). Function equality
+// cannot be determined and will always fail.
+func (a *Assertions) Equal(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Equal(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// EqualError asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`)
+// and that it is equal to the provided error.
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   a.EqualError(err,  expectedErrorString)
+func (a *Assertions) EqualError(theError error, errString string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return EqualError(a.t, theError, errString, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// EqualErrorf asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`)
+// and that it is equal to the provided error.
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   a.EqualErrorf(err,  expectedErrorString, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) EqualErrorf(theError error, errString string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return EqualErrorf(a.t, theError, errString, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// EqualValues asserts that two objects are equal or convertable to the same types
+// and equal.
+//
+//    a.EqualValues(uint32(123), int32(123))
+func (a *Assertions) EqualValues(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return EqualValues(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// EqualValuesf asserts that two objects are equal or convertable to the same types
+// and equal.
+//
+//    a.EqualValuesf(uint32(123, "error message %s", "formatted"), int32(123))
+func (a *Assertions) EqualValuesf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return EqualValuesf(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Equalf asserts that two objects are equal.
+//
+//    a.Equalf(123, 123, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses). Function equality
+// cannot be determined and will always fail.
+func (a *Assertions) Equalf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Equalf(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Error asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if a.Error(err) {
+// 	   assert.Equal(t, expectedError, err)
+//   }
+func (a *Assertions) Error(err error, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Error(a.t, err, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Errorf asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if a.Errorf(err, "error message %s", "formatted") {
+// 	   assert.Equal(t, expectedErrorf, err)
+//   }
+func (a *Assertions) Errorf(err error, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Errorf(a.t, err, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Eventually asserts that given condition will be met in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking target function each tick.
+//
+//    a.Eventually(func() bool { return true; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond)
+func (a *Assertions) Eventually(condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Eventually(a.t, condition, waitFor, tick, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Eventuallyf asserts that given condition will be met in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking target function each tick.
+//
+//    a.Eventuallyf(func() bool { return true; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Eventuallyf(condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Eventuallyf(a.t, condition, waitFor, tick, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Exactly asserts that two objects are equal in value and type.
+//
+//    a.Exactly(int32(123), int64(123))
+func (a *Assertions) Exactly(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Exactly(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Exactlyf asserts that two objects are equal in value and type.
+//
+//    a.Exactlyf(int32(123, "error message %s", "formatted"), int64(123))
+func (a *Assertions) Exactlyf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Exactlyf(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Fail reports a failure through
+func (a *Assertions) Fail(failureMessage string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Fail(a.t, failureMessage, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// FailNow fails test
+func (a *Assertions) FailNow(failureMessage string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return FailNow(a.t, failureMessage, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// FailNowf fails test
+func (a *Assertions) FailNowf(failureMessage string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return FailNowf(a.t, failureMessage, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Failf reports a failure through
+func (a *Assertions) Failf(failureMessage string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Failf(a.t, failureMessage, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// False asserts that the specified value is false.
+//
+//    a.False(myBool)
+func (a *Assertions) False(value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return False(a.t, value, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Falsef asserts that the specified value is false.
+//
+//    a.Falsef(myBool, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Falsef(value bool, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Falsef(a.t, value, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// FileExists checks whether a file exists in the given path. It also fails if
+// the path points to a directory or there is an error when trying to check the file.
+func (a *Assertions) FileExists(path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return FileExists(a.t, path, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// FileExistsf checks whether a file exists in the given path. It also fails if
+// the path points to a directory or there is an error when trying to check the file.
+func (a *Assertions) FileExistsf(path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return FileExistsf(a.t, path, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Greater asserts that the first element is greater than the second
+//
+//    a.Greater(2, 1)
+//    a.Greater(float64(2), float64(1))
+//    a.Greater("b", "a")
+func (a *Assertions) Greater(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Greater(a.t, e1, e2, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// GreaterOrEqual asserts that the first element is greater than or equal to the second
+//
+//    a.GreaterOrEqual(2, 1)
+//    a.GreaterOrEqual(2, 2)
+//    a.GreaterOrEqual("b", "a")
+//    a.GreaterOrEqual("b", "b")
+func (a *Assertions) GreaterOrEqual(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return GreaterOrEqual(a.t, e1, e2, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// GreaterOrEqualf asserts that the first element is greater than or equal to the second
+//
+//    a.GreaterOrEqualf(2, 1, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.GreaterOrEqualf(2, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.GreaterOrEqualf("b", "a", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.GreaterOrEqualf("b", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) GreaterOrEqualf(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return GreaterOrEqualf(a.t, e1, e2, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Greaterf asserts that the first element is greater than the second
+//
+//    a.Greaterf(2, 1, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.Greaterf(float64(2, "error message %s", "formatted"), float64(1))
+//    a.Greaterf("b", "a", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Greaterf(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Greaterf(a.t, e1, e2, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyContains asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that contains a string.
+//
+//  a.HTTPBodyContains(myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPBodyContains(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPBodyContains(a.t, handler, method, url, values, str, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyContainsf asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that contains a string.
+//
+//  a.HTTPBodyContainsf(myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPBodyContainsf(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPBodyContainsf(a.t, handler, method, url, values, str, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyNotContains asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that does not contain a string.
+//
+//  a.HTTPBodyNotContains(myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPBodyNotContains(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPBodyNotContains(a.t, handler, method, url, values, str, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyNotContainsf asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that does not contain a string.
+//
+//  a.HTTPBodyNotContainsf(myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPBodyNotContainsf(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPBodyNotContainsf(a.t, handler, method, url, values, str, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// HTTPError asserts that a specified handler returns an error status code.
+//
+//  a.HTTPError(myHandler, "POST", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPError(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPError(a.t, handler, method, url, values, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// HTTPErrorf asserts that a specified handler returns an error status code.
+//
+//  a.HTTPErrorf(myHandler, "POST", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true, "error message %s", "formatted") or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPErrorf(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPErrorf(a.t, handler, method, url, values, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// HTTPRedirect asserts that a specified handler returns a redirect status code.
+//
+//  a.HTTPRedirect(myHandler, "GET", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPRedirect(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPRedirect(a.t, handler, method, url, values, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// HTTPRedirectf asserts that a specified handler returns a redirect status code.
+//
+//  a.HTTPRedirectf(myHandler, "GET", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true, "error message %s", "formatted") or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPRedirectf(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPRedirectf(a.t, handler, method, url, values, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// HTTPSuccess asserts that a specified handler returns a success status code.
+//
+//  a.HTTPSuccess(myHandler, "POST", "http://www.google.com", nil)
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPSuccess(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPSuccess(a.t, handler, method, url, values, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// HTTPSuccessf asserts that a specified handler returns a success status code.
+//
+//  a.HTTPSuccessf(myHandler, "POST", "http://www.google.com", nil, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func (a *Assertions) HTTPSuccessf(handler http.HandlerFunc, method string, url string, values url.Values, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return HTTPSuccessf(a.t, handler, method, url, values, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Implements asserts that an object is implemented by the specified interface.
+//
+//    a.Implements((*MyInterface)(nil), new(MyObject))
+func (a *Assertions) Implements(interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Implements(a.t, interfaceObject, object, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Implementsf asserts that an object is implemented by the specified interface.
+//
+//    a.Implementsf((*MyInterface, "error message %s", "formatted")(nil), new(MyObject))
+func (a *Assertions) Implementsf(interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Implementsf(a.t, interfaceObject, object, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// InDelta asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.
+//
+// 	 a.InDelta(math.Pi, 22/7.0, 0.01)
+func (a *Assertions) InDelta(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDelta(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaMapValues is the same as InDelta, but it compares all values between two maps. Both maps must have exactly the same keys.
+func (a *Assertions) InDeltaMapValues(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaMapValues(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaMapValuesf is the same as InDelta, but it compares all values between two maps. Both maps must have exactly the same keys.
+func (a *Assertions) InDeltaMapValuesf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaMapValuesf(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaSlice is the same as InDelta, except it compares two slices.
+func (a *Assertions) InDeltaSlice(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaSlice(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaSlicef is the same as InDelta, except it compares two slices.
+func (a *Assertions) InDeltaSlicef(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaSlicef(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// InDeltaf asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.
+//
+// 	 a.InDeltaf(math.Pi, 22/7.0, 0.01, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) InDeltaf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, delta float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InDeltaf(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// InEpsilon asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon
+func (a *Assertions) InEpsilon(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InEpsilon(a.t, expected, actual, epsilon, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// InEpsilonSlice is the same as InEpsilon, except it compares each value from two slices.
+func (a *Assertions) InEpsilonSlice(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InEpsilonSlice(a.t, expected, actual, epsilon, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// InEpsilonSlicef is the same as InEpsilon, except it compares each value from two slices.
+func (a *Assertions) InEpsilonSlicef(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InEpsilonSlicef(a.t, expected, actual, epsilon, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// InEpsilonf asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon
+func (a *Assertions) InEpsilonf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return InEpsilonf(a.t, expected, actual, epsilon, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// IsType asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.
+func (a *Assertions) IsType(expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return IsType(a.t, expectedType, object, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// IsTypef asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.
+func (a *Assertions) IsTypef(expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return IsTypef(a.t, expectedType, object, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// JSONEq asserts that two JSON strings are equivalent.
+//
+//  a.JSONEq(`{"hello": "world", "foo": "bar"}`, `{"foo": "bar", "hello": "world"}`)
+func (a *Assertions) JSONEq(expected string, actual string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return JSONEq(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// JSONEqf asserts that two JSON strings are equivalent.
+//
+//  a.JSONEqf(`{"hello": "world", "foo": "bar"}`, `{"foo": "bar", "hello": "world"}`, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) JSONEqf(expected string, actual string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return JSONEqf(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Len asserts that the specified object has specific length.
+// Len also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.
+//
+//    a.Len(mySlice, 3)
+func (a *Assertions) Len(object interface{}, length int, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Len(a.t, object, length, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Lenf asserts that the specified object has specific length.
+// Lenf also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.
+//
+//    a.Lenf(mySlice, 3, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Lenf(object interface{}, length int, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Lenf(a.t, object, length, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Less asserts that the first element is less than the second
+//
+//    a.Less(1, 2)
+//    a.Less(float64(1), float64(2))
+//    a.Less("a", "b")
+func (a *Assertions) Less(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Less(a.t, e1, e2, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// LessOrEqual asserts that the first element is less than or equal to the second
+//
+//    a.LessOrEqual(1, 2)
+//    a.LessOrEqual(2, 2)
+//    a.LessOrEqual("a", "b")
+//    a.LessOrEqual("b", "b")
+func (a *Assertions) LessOrEqual(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return LessOrEqual(a.t, e1, e2, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// LessOrEqualf asserts that the first element is less than or equal to the second
+//
+//    a.LessOrEqualf(1, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.LessOrEqualf(2, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.LessOrEqualf("a", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.LessOrEqualf("b", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) LessOrEqualf(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return LessOrEqualf(a.t, e1, e2, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Lessf asserts that the first element is less than the second
+//
+//    a.Lessf(1, 2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.Lessf(float64(1, "error message %s", "formatted"), float64(2))
+//    a.Lessf("a", "b", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Lessf(e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Lessf(a.t, e1, e2, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Never asserts that the given condition doesn't satisfy in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking the target function each tick.
+//
+//    a.Never(func() bool { return false; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond)
+func (a *Assertions) Never(condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Never(a.t, condition, waitFor, tick, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Neverf asserts that the given condition doesn't satisfy in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking the target function each tick.
+//
+//    a.Neverf(func() bool { return false; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Neverf(condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Neverf(a.t, condition, waitFor, tick, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Nil asserts that the specified object is nil.
+//
+//    a.Nil(err)
+func (a *Assertions) Nil(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Nil(a.t, object, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Nilf asserts that the specified object is nil.
+//
+//    a.Nilf(err, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Nilf(object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Nilf(a.t, object, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NoDirExists checks whether a directory does not exist in the given path.
+// It fails if the path points to an existing _directory_ only.
+func (a *Assertions) NoDirExists(path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoDirExists(a.t, path, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NoDirExistsf checks whether a directory does not exist in the given path.
+// It fails if the path points to an existing _directory_ only.
+func (a *Assertions) NoDirExistsf(path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoDirExistsf(a.t, path, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NoError asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if a.NoError(err) {
+// 	   assert.Equal(t, expectedObj, actualObj)
+//   }
+func (a *Assertions) NoError(err error, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoError(a.t, err, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NoErrorf asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if a.NoErrorf(err, "error message %s", "formatted") {
+// 	   assert.Equal(t, expectedObj, actualObj)
+//   }
+func (a *Assertions) NoErrorf(err error, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoErrorf(a.t, err, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NoFileExists checks whether a file does not exist in a given path. It fails
+// if the path points to an existing _file_ only.
+func (a *Assertions) NoFileExists(path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoFileExists(a.t, path, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NoFileExistsf checks whether a file does not exist in a given path. It fails
+// if the path points to an existing _file_ only.
+func (a *Assertions) NoFileExistsf(path string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NoFileExistsf(a.t, path, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotContains asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map does NOT contain the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    a.NotContains("Hello World", "Earth")
+//    a.NotContains(["Hello", "World"], "Earth")
+//    a.NotContains({"Hello": "World"}, "Earth")
+func (a *Assertions) NotContains(s interface{}, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotContains(a.t, s, contains, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotContainsf asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map does NOT contain the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    a.NotContainsf("Hello World", "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.NotContainsf(["Hello", "World"], "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
+//    a.NotContainsf({"Hello": "World"}, "Earth", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) NotContainsf(s interface{}, contains interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotContainsf(a.t, s, contains, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotEmpty asserts that the specified object is NOT empty.  I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  if a.NotEmpty(obj) {
+//    assert.Equal(t, "two", obj[1])
+//  }
+func (a *Assertions) NotEmpty(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotEmpty(a.t, object, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotEmptyf asserts that the specified object is NOT empty.  I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  if a.NotEmptyf(obj, "error message %s", "formatted") {
+//    assert.Equal(t, "two", obj[1])
+//  }
+func (a *Assertions) NotEmptyf(object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotEmptyf(a.t, object, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotEqual asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.
+//
+//    a.NotEqual(obj1, obj2)
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses).
+func (a *Assertions) NotEqual(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotEqual(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotEqualf asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.
+//
+//    a.NotEqualf(obj1, obj2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses).
+func (a *Assertions) NotEqualf(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotEqualf(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotNil asserts that the specified object is not nil.
+//
+//    a.NotNil(err)
+func (a *Assertions) NotNil(object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotNil(a.t, object, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotNilf asserts that the specified object is not nil.
+//
+//    a.NotNilf(err, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) NotNilf(object interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotNilf(a.t, object, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotPanics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.
+//
+//   a.NotPanics(func(){ RemainCalm() })
+func (a *Assertions) NotPanics(f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotPanics(a.t, f, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotPanicsf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.
+//
+//   a.NotPanicsf(func(){ RemainCalm() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) NotPanicsf(f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotPanicsf(a.t, f, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotRegexp asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.
+//
+//  a.NotRegexp(regexp.MustCompile("starts"), "it's starting")
+//  a.NotRegexp("^start", "it's not starting")
+func (a *Assertions) NotRegexp(rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotRegexp(a.t, rx, str, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotRegexpf asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.
+//
+//  a.NotRegexpf(regexp.MustCompile("starts", "error message %s", "formatted"), "it's starting")
+//  a.NotRegexpf("^start", "it's not starting", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) NotRegexpf(rx interface{}, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotRegexpf(a.t, rx, str, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotSame asserts that two pointers do not reference the same object.
+//
+//    a.NotSame(ptr1, ptr2)
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func (a *Assertions) NotSame(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotSame(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotSamef asserts that two pointers do not reference the same object.
+//
+//    a.NotSamef(ptr1, ptr2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func (a *Assertions) NotSamef(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotSamef(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotSubset asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains not all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    a.NotSubset([1, 3, 4], [1, 2], "But [1, 3, 4] does not contain [1, 2]")
+func (a *Assertions) NotSubset(list interface{}, subset interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotSubset(a.t, list, subset, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotSubsetf asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains not all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    a.NotSubsetf([1, 3, 4], [1, 2], "But [1, 3, 4] does not contain [1, 2]", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) NotSubsetf(list interface{}, subset interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotSubsetf(a.t, list, subset, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// NotZero asserts that i is not the zero value for its type.
+func (a *Assertions) NotZero(i interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotZero(a.t, i, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// NotZerof asserts that i is not the zero value for its type.
+func (a *Assertions) NotZerof(i interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return NotZerof(a.t, i, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Panics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.
+//
+//   a.Panics(func(){ GoCrazy() })
+func (a *Assertions) Panics(f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Panics(a.t, f, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// PanicsWithError asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc
+// panics, and that the recovered panic value is an error that satisfies the
+// EqualError comparison.
+//
+//   a.PanicsWithError("crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() })
+func (a *Assertions) PanicsWithError(errString string, f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return PanicsWithError(a.t, errString, f, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// PanicsWithErrorf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc
+// panics, and that the recovered panic value is an error that satisfies the
+// EqualError comparison.
+//
+//   a.PanicsWithErrorf("crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) PanicsWithErrorf(errString string, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return PanicsWithErrorf(a.t, errString, f, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// PanicsWithValue asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics, and that
+// the recovered panic value equals the expected panic value.
+//
+//   a.PanicsWithValue("crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() })
+func (a *Assertions) PanicsWithValue(expected interface{}, f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return PanicsWithValue(a.t, expected, f, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// PanicsWithValuef asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics, and that
+// the recovered panic value equals the expected panic value.
+//
+//   a.PanicsWithValuef("crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) PanicsWithValuef(expected interface{}, f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return PanicsWithValuef(a.t, expected, f, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Panicsf asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.
+//
+//   a.Panicsf(func(){ GoCrazy() }, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Panicsf(f PanicTestFunc, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Panicsf(a.t, f, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Regexp asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.
+//
+//  a.Regexp(regexp.MustCompile("start"), "it's starting")
+//  a.Regexp("start...$", "it's not starting")
+func (a *Assertions) Regexp(rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Regexp(a.t, rx, str, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Regexpf asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.
+//
+//  a.Regexpf(regexp.MustCompile("start", "error message %s", "formatted"), "it's starting")
+//  a.Regexpf("start...$", "it's not starting", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Regexpf(rx interface{}, str interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Regexpf(a.t, rx, str, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Same asserts that two pointers reference the same object.
+//
+//    a.Same(ptr1, ptr2)
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func (a *Assertions) Same(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Same(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Samef asserts that two pointers reference the same object.
+//
+//    a.Samef(ptr1, ptr2, "error message %s", "formatted")
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func (a *Assertions) Samef(expected interface{}, actual interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Samef(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Subset asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    a.Subset([1, 2, 3], [1, 2], "But [1, 2, 3] does contain [1, 2]")
+func (a *Assertions) Subset(list interface{}, subset interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Subset(a.t, list, subset, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Subsetf asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    a.Subsetf([1, 2, 3], [1, 2], "But [1, 2, 3] does contain [1, 2]", "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Subsetf(list interface{}, subset interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Subsetf(a.t, list, subset, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// True asserts that the specified value is true.
+//
+//    a.True(myBool)
+func (a *Assertions) True(value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return True(a.t, value, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Truef asserts that the specified value is true.
+//
+//    a.Truef(myBool, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) Truef(value bool, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Truef(a.t, value, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// WithinDuration asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.
+//
+//   a.WithinDuration(time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second)
+func (a *Assertions) WithinDuration(expected time.Time, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return WithinDuration(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// WithinDurationf asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.
+//
+//   a.WithinDurationf(time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second, "error message %s", "formatted")
+func (a *Assertions) WithinDurationf(expected time.Time, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return WithinDurationf(a.t, expected, actual, delta, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// YAMLEq asserts that two YAML strings are equivalent.
+func (a *Assertions) YAMLEq(expected string, actual string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return YAMLEq(a.t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// YAMLEqf asserts that two YAML strings are equivalent.
+func (a *Assertions) YAMLEqf(expected string, actual string, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return YAMLEqf(a.t, expected, actual, msg, args...)
+}
+
+// Zero asserts that i is the zero value for its type.
+func (a *Assertions) Zero(i interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Zero(a.t, i, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// Zerof asserts that i is the zero value for its type.
+func (a *Assertions) Zerof(i interface{}, msg string, args ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	return Zerof(a.t, i, msg, args...)
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_forward.go.tmpl b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_forward.go.tmpl
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..188bb9e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_forward.go.tmpl
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+{{.CommentWithoutT "a"}}
+func (a *Assertions) {{.DocInfo.Name}}({{.Params}}) bool {
+	if h, ok := a.t.(tHelper); ok { h.Helper() }
+	return {{.DocInfo.Name}}(a.t, {{.ForwardedParams}})
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_order.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_order.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..15a486c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertion_order.go
@@ -0,0 +1,309 @@
+package assert
+
+import (
+	"fmt"
+	"reflect"
+)
+
+func compare(obj1, obj2 interface{}, kind reflect.Kind) (int, bool) {
+	switch kind {
+	case reflect.Int:
+		{
+			intobj1 := obj1.(int)
+			intobj2 := obj2.(int)
+			if intobj1 > intobj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if intobj1 == intobj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if intobj1 < intobj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Int8:
+		{
+			int8obj1 := obj1.(int8)
+			int8obj2 := obj2.(int8)
+			if int8obj1 > int8obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if int8obj1 == int8obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if int8obj1 < int8obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Int16:
+		{
+			int16obj1 := obj1.(int16)
+			int16obj2 := obj2.(int16)
+			if int16obj1 > int16obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if int16obj1 == int16obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if int16obj1 < int16obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Int32:
+		{
+			int32obj1 := obj1.(int32)
+			int32obj2 := obj2.(int32)
+			if int32obj1 > int32obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if int32obj1 == int32obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if int32obj1 < int32obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Int64:
+		{
+			int64obj1 := obj1.(int64)
+			int64obj2 := obj2.(int64)
+			if int64obj1 > int64obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if int64obj1 == int64obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if int64obj1 < int64obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint:
+		{
+			uintobj1 := obj1.(uint)
+			uintobj2 := obj2.(uint)
+			if uintobj1 > uintobj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if uintobj1 == uintobj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if uintobj1 < uintobj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint8:
+		{
+			uint8obj1 := obj1.(uint8)
+			uint8obj2 := obj2.(uint8)
+			if uint8obj1 > uint8obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if uint8obj1 == uint8obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if uint8obj1 < uint8obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint16:
+		{
+			uint16obj1 := obj1.(uint16)
+			uint16obj2 := obj2.(uint16)
+			if uint16obj1 > uint16obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if uint16obj1 == uint16obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if uint16obj1 < uint16obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint32:
+		{
+			uint32obj1 := obj1.(uint32)
+			uint32obj2 := obj2.(uint32)
+			if uint32obj1 > uint32obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if uint32obj1 == uint32obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if uint32obj1 < uint32obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint64:
+		{
+			uint64obj1 := obj1.(uint64)
+			uint64obj2 := obj2.(uint64)
+			if uint64obj1 > uint64obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if uint64obj1 == uint64obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if uint64obj1 < uint64obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Float32:
+		{
+			float32obj1 := obj1.(float32)
+			float32obj2 := obj2.(float32)
+			if float32obj1 > float32obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if float32obj1 == float32obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if float32obj1 < float32obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Float64:
+		{
+			float64obj1 := obj1.(float64)
+			float64obj2 := obj2.(float64)
+			if float64obj1 > float64obj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if float64obj1 == float64obj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if float64obj1 < float64obj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.String:
+		{
+			stringobj1 := obj1.(string)
+			stringobj2 := obj2.(string)
+			if stringobj1 > stringobj2 {
+				return -1, true
+			}
+			if stringobj1 == stringobj2 {
+				return 0, true
+			}
+			if stringobj1 < stringobj2 {
+				return 1, true
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	return 0, false
+}
+
+// Greater asserts that the first element is greater than the second
+//
+//    assert.Greater(t, 2, 1)
+//    assert.Greater(t, float64(2), float64(1))
+//    assert.Greater(t, "b", "a")
+func Greater(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	e1Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e1).Kind()
+	e2Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e2).Kind()
+	if e1Kind != e2Kind {
+		return Fail(t, "Elements should be the same type", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	res, isComparable := compare(e1, e2, e1Kind)
+	if !isComparable {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Can not compare type \"%s\"", reflect.TypeOf(e1)), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if res != -1 {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%v\" is not greater than \"%v\"", e1, e2), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// GreaterOrEqual asserts that the first element is greater than or equal to the second
+//
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqual(t, 2, 1)
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqual(t, 2, 2)
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqual(t, "b", "a")
+//    assert.GreaterOrEqual(t, "b", "b")
+func GreaterOrEqual(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	e1Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e1).Kind()
+	e2Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e2).Kind()
+	if e1Kind != e2Kind {
+		return Fail(t, "Elements should be the same type", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	res, isComparable := compare(e1, e2, e1Kind)
+	if !isComparable {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Can not compare type \"%s\"", reflect.TypeOf(e1)), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if res != -1 && res != 0 {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%v\" is not greater than or equal to \"%v\"", e1, e2), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Less asserts that the first element is less than the second
+//
+//    assert.Less(t, 1, 2)
+//    assert.Less(t, float64(1), float64(2))
+//    assert.Less(t, "a", "b")
+func Less(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	e1Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e1).Kind()
+	e2Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e2).Kind()
+	if e1Kind != e2Kind {
+		return Fail(t, "Elements should be the same type", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	res, isComparable := compare(e1, e2, e1Kind)
+	if !isComparable {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Can not compare type \"%s\"", reflect.TypeOf(e1)), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if res != 1 {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%v\" is not less than \"%v\"", e1, e2), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// LessOrEqual asserts that the first element is less than or equal to the second
+//
+//    assert.LessOrEqual(t, 1, 2)
+//    assert.LessOrEqual(t, 2, 2)
+//    assert.LessOrEqual(t, "a", "b")
+//    assert.LessOrEqual(t, "b", "b")
+func LessOrEqual(t TestingT, e1 interface{}, e2 interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	e1Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e1).Kind()
+	e2Kind := reflect.ValueOf(e2).Kind()
+	if e1Kind != e2Kind {
+		return Fail(t, "Elements should be the same type", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	res, isComparable := compare(e1, e2, e1Kind)
+	if !isComparable {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Can not compare type \"%s\"", reflect.TypeOf(e1)), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if res != 1 && res != 0 {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%v\" is not less than or equal to \"%v\"", e1, e2), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertions.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertions.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bdd8138
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/assertions.go
@@ -0,0 +1,1626 @@
+package assert
+
+import (
+	"bufio"
+	"bytes"
+	"encoding/json"
+	"errors"
+	"fmt"
+	"math"
+	"os"
+	"reflect"
+	"regexp"
+	"runtime"
+	"runtime/debug"
+	"strings"
+	"time"
+	"unicode"
+	"unicode/utf8"
+
+	"github.com/davecgh/go-spew/spew"
+	"github.com/pmezard/go-difflib/difflib"
+	yaml "gopkg.in/yaml.v2"
+)
+
+//go:generate sh -c "cd ../_codegen && go build && cd - && ../_codegen/_codegen -output-package=assert -template=assertion_format.go.tmpl"
+
+// TestingT is an interface wrapper around *testing.T
+type TestingT interface {
+	Errorf(format string, args ...interface{})
+}
+
+// ComparisonAssertionFunc is a common function prototype when comparing two values.  Can be useful
+// for table driven tests.
+type ComparisonAssertionFunc func(TestingT, interface{}, interface{}, ...interface{}) bool
+
+// ValueAssertionFunc is a common function prototype when validating a single value.  Can be useful
+// for table driven tests.
+type ValueAssertionFunc func(TestingT, interface{}, ...interface{}) bool
+
+// BoolAssertionFunc is a common function prototype when validating a bool value.  Can be useful
+// for table driven tests.
+type BoolAssertionFunc func(TestingT, bool, ...interface{}) bool
+
+// ErrorAssertionFunc is a common function prototype when validating an error value.  Can be useful
+// for table driven tests.
+type ErrorAssertionFunc func(TestingT, error, ...interface{}) bool
+
+// Comparison a custom function that returns true on success and false on failure
+type Comparison func() (success bool)
+
+/*
+	Helper functions
+*/
+
+// ObjectsAreEqual determines if two objects are considered equal.
+//
+// This function does no assertion of any kind.
+func ObjectsAreEqual(expected, actual interface{}) bool {
+	if expected == nil || actual == nil {
+		return expected == actual
+	}
+
+	exp, ok := expected.([]byte)
+	if !ok {
+		return reflect.DeepEqual(expected, actual)
+	}
+
+	act, ok := actual.([]byte)
+	if !ok {
+		return false
+	}
+	if exp == nil || act == nil {
+		return exp == nil && act == nil
+	}
+	return bytes.Equal(exp, act)
+}
+
+// ObjectsAreEqualValues gets whether two objects are equal, or if their
+// values are equal.
+func ObjectsAreEqualValues(expected, actual interface{}) bool {
+	if ObjectsAreEqual(expected, actual) {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	actualType := reflect.TypeOf(actual)
+	if actualType == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	expectedValue := reflect.ValueOf(expected)
+	if expectedValue.IsValid() && expectedValue.Type().ConvertibleTo(actualType) {
+		// Attempt comparison after type conversion
+		return reflect.DeepEqual(expectedValue.Convert(actualType).Interface(), actual)
+	}
+
+	return false
+}
+
+/* CallerInfo is necessary because the assert functions use the testing object
+internally, causing it to print the file:line of the assert method, rather than where
+the problem actually occurred in calling code.*/
+
+// CallerInfo returns an array of strings containing the file and line number
+// of each stack frame leading from the current test to the assert call that
+// failed.
+func CallerInfo() []string {
+
+	pc := uintptr(0)
+	file := ""
+	line := 0
+	ok := false
+	name := ""
+
+	callers := []string{}
+	for i := 0; ; i++ {
+		pc, file, line, ok = runtime.Caller(i)
+		if !ok {
+			// The breaks below failed to terminate the loop, and we ran off the
+			// end of the call stack.
+			break
+		}
+
+		// This is a huge edge case, but it will panic if this is the case, see #180
+		if file == "<autogenerated>" {
+			break
+		}
+
+		f := runtime.FuncForPC(pc)
+		if f == nil {
+			break
+		}
+		name = f.Name()
+
+		// testing.tRunner is the standard library function that calls
+		// tests. Subtests are called directly by tRunner, without going through
+		// the Test/Benchmark/Example function that contains the t.Run calls, so
+		// with subtests we should break when we hit tRunner, without adding it
+		// to the list of callers.
+		if name == "testing.tRunner" {
+			break
+		}
+
+		parts := strings.Split(file, "/")
+		file = parts[len(parts)-1]
+		if len(parts) > 1 {
+			dir := parts[len(parts)-2]
+			if (dir != "assert" && dir != "mock" && dir != "require") || file == "mock_test.go" {
+				callers = append(callers, fmt.Sprintf("%s:%d", file, line))
+			}
+		}
+
+		// Drop the package
+		segments := strings.Split(name, ".")
+		name = segments[len(segments)-1]
+		if isTest(name, "Test") ||
+			isTest(name, "Benchmark") ||
+			isTest(name, "Example") {
+			break
+		}
+	}
+
+	return callers
+}
+
+// Stolen from the `go test` tool.
+// isTest tells whether name looks like a test (or benchmark, according to prefix).
+// It is a Test (say) if there is a character after Test that is not a lower-case letter.
+// We don't want TesticularCancer.
+func isTest(name, prefix string) bool {
+	if !strings.HasPrefix(name, prefix) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if len(name) == len(prefix) { // "Test" is ok
+		return true
+	}
+	rune, _ := utf8.DecodeRuneInString(name[len(prefix):])
+	return !unicode.IsLower(rune)
+}
+
+func messageFromMsgAndArgs(msgAndArgs ...interface{}) string {
+	if len(msgAndArgs) == 0 || msgAndArgs == nil {
+		return ""
+	}
+	if len(msgAndArgs) == 1 {
+		msg := msgAndArgs[0]
+		if msgAsStr, ok := msg.(string); ok {
+			return msgAsStr
+		}
+		return fmt.Sprintf("%+v", msg)
+	}
+	if len(msgAndArgs) > 1 {
+		return fmt.Sprintf(msgAndArgs[0].(string), msgAndArgs[1:]...)
+	}
+	return ""
+}
+
+// Aligns the provided message so that all lines after the first line start at the same location as the first line.
+// Assumes that the first line starts at the correct location (after carriage return, tab, label, spacer and tab).
+// The longestLabelLen parameter specifies the length of the longest label in the output (required becaues this is the
+// basis on which the alignment occurs).
+func indentMessageLines(message string, longestLabelLen int) string {
+	outBuf := new(bytes.Buffer)
+
+	for i, scanner := 0, bufio.NewScanner(strings.NewReader(message)); scanner.Scan(); i++ {
+		// no need to align first line because it starts at the correct location (after the label)
+		if i != 0 {
+			// append alignLen+1 spaces to align with "{{longestLabel}}:" before adding tab
+			outBuf.WriteString("\n\t" + strings.Repeat(" ", longestLabelLen+1) + "\t")
+		}
+		outBuf.WriteString(scanner.Text())
+	}
+
+	return outBuf.String()
+}
+
+type failNower interface {
+	FailNow()
+}
+
+// FailNow fails test
+func FailNow(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	Fail(t, failureMessage, msgAndArgs...)
+
+	// We cannot extend TestingT with FailNow() and
+	// maintain backwards compatibility, so we fallback
+	// to panicking when FailNow is not available in
+	// TestingT.
+	// See issue #263
+
+	if t, ok := t.(failNower); ok {
+		t.FailNow()
+	} else {
+		panic("test failed and t is missing `FailNow()`")
+	}
+	return false
+}
+
+// Fail reports a failure through
+func Fail(t TestingT, failureMessage string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	content := []labeledContent{
+		{"Error Trace", strings.Join(CallerInfo(), "\n\t\t\t")},
+		{"Error", failureMessage},
+	}
+
+	// Add test name if the Go version supports it
+	if n, ok := t.(interface {
+		Name() string
+	}); ok {
+		content = append(content, labeledContent{"Test", n.Name()})
+	}
+
+	message := messageFromMsgAndArgs(msgAndArgs...)
+	if len(message) > 0 {
+		content = append(content, labeledContent{"Messages", message})
+	}
+
+	t.Errorf("\n%s", ""+labeledOutput(content...))
+
+	return false
+}
+
+type labeledContent struct {
+	label   string
+	content string
+}
+
+// labeledOutput returns a string consisting of the provided labeledContent. Each labeled output is appended in the following manner:
+//
+//   \t{{label}}:{{align_spaces}}\t{{content}}\n
+//
+// The initial carriage return is required to undo/erase any padding added by testing.T.Errorf. The "\t{{label}}:" is for the label.
+// If a label is shorter than the longest label provided, padding spaces are added to make all the labels match in length. Once this
+// alignment is achieved, "\t{{content}}\n" is added for the output.
+//
+// If the content of the labeledOutput contains line breaks, the subsequent lines are aligned so that they start at the same location as the first line.
+func labeledOutput(content ...labeledContent) string {
+	longestLabel := 0
+	for _, v := range content {
+		if len(v.label) > longestLabel {
+			longestLabel = len(v.label)
+		}
+	}
+	var output string
+	for _, v := range content {
+		output += "\t" + v.label + ":" + strings.Repeat(" ", longestLabel-len(v.label)) + "\t" + indentMessageLines(v.content, longestLabel) + "\n"
+	}
+	return output
+}
+
+// Implements asserts that an object is implemented by the specified interface.
+//
+//    assert.Implements(t, (*MyInterface)(nil), new(MyObject))
+func Implements(t TestingT, interfaceObject interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	interfaceType := reflect.TypeOf(interfaceObject).Elem()
+
+	if object == nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Cannot check if nil implements %v", interfaceType), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if !reflect.TypeOf(object).Implements(interfaceType) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%T must implement %v", object, interfaceType), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// IsType asserts that the specified objects are of the same type.
+func IsType(t TestingT, expectedType interface{}, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if !ObjectsAreEqual(reflect.TypeOf(object), reflect.TypeOf(expectedType)) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Object expected to be of type %v, but was %v", reflect.TypeOf(expectedType), reflect.TypeOf(object)), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Equal asserts that two objects are equal.
+//
+//    assert.Equal(t, 123, 123)
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses). Function equality
+// cannot be determined and will always fail.
+func Equal(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if err := validateEqualArgs(expected, actual); err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Invalid operation: %#v == %#v (%s)",
+			expected, actual, err), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if !ObjectsAreEqual(expected, actual) {
+		diff := diff(expected, actual)
+		expected, actual = formatUnequalValues(expected, actual)
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Not equal: \n"+
+			"expected: %s\n"+
+			"actual  : %s%s", expected, actual, diff), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// validateEqualArgs checks whether provided arguments can be safely used in the
+// Equal/NotEqual functions.
+func validateEqualArgs(expected, actual interface{}) error {
+	if expected == nil && actual == nil {
+		return nil
+	}
+
+	if isFunction(expected) || isFunction(actual) {
+		return errors.New("cannot take func type as argument")
+	}
+	return nil
+}
+
+// Same asserts that two pointers reference the same object.
+//
+//    assert.Same(t, ptr1, ptr2)
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func Same(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if !samePointers(expected, actual) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Not same: \n"+
+			"expected: %p %#v\n"+
+			"actual  : %p %#v", expected, expected, actual, actual), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// NotSame asserts that two pointers do not reference the same object.
+//
+//    assert.NotSame(t, ptr1, ptr2)
+//
+// Both arguments must be pointer variables. Pointer variable sameness is
+// determined based on the equality of both type and value.
+func NotSame(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if samePointers(expected, actual) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf(
+			"Expected and actual point to the same object: %p %#v",
+			expected, expected), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// samePointers compares two generic interface objects and returns whether
+// they point to the same object
+func samePointers(first, second interface{}) bool {
+	firstPtr, secondPtr := reflect.ValueOf(first), reflect.ValueOf(second)
+	if firstPtr.Kind() != reflect.Ptr || secondPtr.Kind() != reflect.Ptr {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	firstType, secondType := reflect.TypeOf(first), reflect.TypeOf(second)
+	if firstType != secondType {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// compare pointer addresses
+	return first == second
+}
+
+// formatUnequalValues takes two values of arbitrary types and returns string
+// representations appropriate to be presented to the user.
+//
+// If the values are not of like type, the returned strings will be prefixed
+// with the type name, and the value will be enclosed in parenthesis similar
+// to a type conversion in the Go grammar.
+func formatUnequalValues(expected, actual interface{}) (e string, a string) {
+	if reflect.TypeOf(expected) != reflect.TypeOf(actual) {
+		return fmt.Sprintf("%T(%#v)", expected, expected),
+			fmt.Sprintf("%T(%#v)", actual, actual)
+	}
+	switch expected.(type) {
+	case time.Duration:
+		return fmt.Sprintf("%v", expected), fmt.Sprintf("%v", actual)
+	}
+	return fmt.Sprintf("%#v", expected), fmt.Sprintf("%#v", actual)
+}
+
+// EqualValues asserts that two objects are equal or convertable to the same types
+// and equal.
+//
+//    assert.EqualValues(t, uint32(123), int32(123))
+func EqualValues(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if !ObjectsAreEqualValues(expected, actual) {
+		diff := diff(expected, actual)
+		expected, actual = formatUnequalValues(expected, actual)
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Not equal: \n"+
+			"expected: %s\n"+
+			"actual  : %s%s", expected, actual, diff), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// Exactly asserts that two objects are equal in value and type.
+//
+//    assert.Exactly(t, int32(123), int64(123))
+func Exactly(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	aType := reflect.TypeOf(expected)
+	bType := reflect.TypeOf(actual)
+
+	if aType != bType {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Types expected to match exactly\n\t%v != %v", aType, bType), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return Equal(t, expected, actual, msgAndArgs...)
+
+}
+
+// NotNil asserts that the specified object is not nil.
+//
+//    assert.NotNil(t, err)
+func NotNil(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if !isNil(object) {
+		return true
+	}
+	return Fail(t, "Expected value not to be nil.", msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// containsKind checks if a specified kind in the slice of kinds.
+func containsKind(kinds []reflect.Kind, kind reflect.Kind) bool {
+	for i := 0; i < len(kinds); i++ {
+		if kind == kinds[i] {
+			return true
+		}
+	}
+
+	return false
+}
+
+// isNil checks if a specified object is nil or not, without Failing.
+func isNil(object interface{}) bool {
+	if object == nil {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	value := reflect.ValueOf(object)
+	kind := value.Kind()
+	isNilableKind := containsKind(
+		[]reflect.Kind{
+			reflect.Chan, reflect.Func,
+			reflect.Interface, reflect.Map,
+			reflect.Ptr, reflect.Slice},
+		kind)
+
+	if isNilableKind && value.IsNil() {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	return false
+}
+
+// Nil asserts that the specified object is nil.
+//
+//    assert.Nil(t, err)
+func Nil(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if isNil(object) {
+		return true
+	}
+	return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected nil, but got: %#v", object), msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// isEmpty gets whether the specified object is considered empty or not.
+func isEmpty(object interface{}) bool {
+
+	// get nil case out of the way
+	if object == nil {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	objValue := reflect.ValueOf(object)
+
+	switch objValue.Kind() {
+	// collection types are empty when they have no element
+	case reflect.Array, reflect.Chan, reflect.Map, reflect.Slice:
+		return objValue.Len() == 0
+		// pointers are empty if nil or if the value they point to is empty
+	case reflect.Ptr:
+		if objValue.IsNil() {
+			return true
+		}
+		deref := objValue.Elem().Interface()
+		return isEmpty(deref)
+		// for all other types, compare against the zero value
+	default:
+		zero := reflect.Zero(objValue.Type())
+		return reflect.DeepEqual(object, zero.Interface())
+	}
+}
+
+// Empty asserts that the specified object is empty.  I.e. nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  assert.Empty(t, obj)
+func Empty(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	pass := isEmpty(object)
+	if !pass {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Should be empty, but was %v", object), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return pass
+
+}
+
+// NotEmpty asserts that the specified object is NOT empty.  I.e. not nil, "", false, 0 or either
+// a slice or a channel with len == 0.
+//
+//  if assert.NotEmpty(t, obj) {
+//    assert.Equal(t, "two", obj[1])
+//  }
+func NotEmpty(t TestingT, object interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	pass := !isEmpty(object)
+	if !pass {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Should NOT be empty, but was %v", object), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return pass
+
+}
+
+// getLen try to get length of object.
+// return (false, 0) if impossible.
+func getLen(x interface{}) (ok bool, length int) {
+	v := reflect.ValueOf(x)
+	defer func() {
+		if e := recover(); e != nil {
+			ok = false
+		}
+	}()
+	return true, v.Len()
+}
+
+// Len asserts that the specified object has specific length.
+// Len also fails if the object has a type that len() not accept.
+//
+//    assert.Len(t, mySlice, 3)
+func Len(t TestingT, object interface{}, length int, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	ok, l := getLen(object)
+	if !ok {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" could not be applied builtin len()", object), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if l != length {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" should have %d item(s), but has %d", object, length, l), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// True asserts that the specified value is true.
+//
+//    assert.True(t, myBool)
+func True(t TestingT, value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if h, ok := t.(interface {
+		Helper()
+	}); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if value != true {
+		return Fail(t, "Should be true", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// False asserts that the specified value is false.
+//
+//    assert.False(t, myBool)
+func False(t TestingT, value bool, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if value != false {
+		return Fail(t, "Should be false", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// NotEqual asserts that the specified values are NOT equal.
+//
+//    assert.NotEqual(t, obj1, obj2)
+//
+// Pointer variable equality is determined based on the equality of the
+// referenced values (as opposed to the memory addresses).
+func NotEqual(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if err := validateEqualArgs(expected, actual); err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Invalid operation: %#v != %#v (%s)",
+			expected, actual, err), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if ObjectsAreEqual(expected, actual) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Should not be: %#v\n", actual), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// containsElement try loop over the list check if the list includes the element.
+// return (false, false) if impossible.
+// return (true, false) if element was not found.
+// return (true, true) if element was found.
+func includeElement(list interface{}, element interface{}) (ok, found bool) {
+
+	listValue := reflect.ValueOf(list)
+	listKind := reflect.TypeOf(list).Kind()
+	defer func() {
+		if e := recover(); e != nil {
+			ok = false
+			found = false
+		}
+	}()
+
+	if listKind == reflect.String {
+		elementValue := reflect.ValueOf(element)
+		return true, strings.Contains(listValue.String(), elementValue.String())
+	}
+
+	if listKind == reflect.Map {
+		mapKeys := listValue.MapKeys()
+		for i := 0; i < len(mapKeys); i++ {
+			if ObjectsAreEqual(mapKeys[i].Interface(), element) {
+				return true, true
+			}
+		}
+		return true, false
+	}
+
+	for i := 0; i < listValue.Len(); i++ {
+		if ObjectsAreEqual(listValue.Index(i).Interface(), element) {
+			return true, true
+		}
+	}
+	return true, false
+
+}
+
+// Contains asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map contains the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    assert.Contains(t, "Hello World", "World")
+//    assert.Contains(t, ["Hello", "World"], "World")
+//    assert.Contains(t, {"Hello": "World"}, "Hello")
+func Contains(t TestingT, s, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	ok, found := includeElement(s, contains)
+	if !ok {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" could not be applied builtin len()", s), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if !found {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" does not contain \"%s\"", s, contains), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// NotContains asserts that the specified string, list(array, slice...) or map does NOT contain the
+// specified substring or element.
+//
+//    assert.NotContains(t, "Hello World", "Earth")
+//    assert.NotContains(t, ["Hello", "World"], "Earth")
+//    assert.NotContains(t, {"Hello": "World"}, "Earth")
+func NotContains(t TestingT, s, contains interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	ok, found := includeElement(s, contains)
+	if !ok {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" could not be applied builtin len()", s), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if found {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" should not contain \"%s\"", s, contains), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+
+}
+
+// Subset asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    assert.Subset(t, [1, 2, 3], [1, 2], "But [1, 2, 3] does contain [1, 2]")
+func Subset(t TestingT, list, subset interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) (ok bool) {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if subset == nil {
+		return true // we consider nil to be equal to the nil set
+	}
+
+	subsetValue := reflect.ValueOf(subset)
+	defer func() {
+		if e := recover(); e != nil {
+			ok = false
+		}
+	}()
+
+	listKind := reflect.TypeOf(list).Kind()
+	subsetKind := reflect.TypeOf(subset).Kind()
+
+	if listKind != reflect.Array && listKind != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q has an unsupported type %s", list, listKind), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if subsetKind != reflect.Array && subsetKind != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q has an unsupported type %s", subset, subsetKind), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	for i := 0; i < subsetValue.Len(); i++ {
+		element := subsetValue.Index(i).Interface()
+		ok, found := includeElement(list, element)
+		if !ok {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" could not be applied builtin len()", list), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+		if !found {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" does not contain \"%s\"", list, element), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// NotSubset asserts that the specified list(array, slice...) contains not all
+// elements given in the specified subset(array, slice...).
+//
+//    assert.NotSubset(t, [1, 3, 4], [1, 2], "But [1, 3, 4] does not contain [1, 2]")
+func NotSubset(t TestingT, list, subset interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) (ok bool) {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if subset == nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("nil is the empty set which is a subset of every set"), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	subsetValue := reflect.ValueOf(subset)
+	defer func() {
+		if e := recover(); e != nil {
+			ok = false
+		}
+	}()
+
+	listKind := reflect.TypeOf(list).Kind()
+	subsetKind := reflect.TypeOf(subset).Kind()
+
+	if listKind != reflect.Array && listKind != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q has an unsupported type %s", list, listKind), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if subsetKind != reflect.Array && subsetKind != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q has an unsupported type %s", subset, subsetKind), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	for i := 0; i < subsetValue.Len(); i++ {
+		element := subsetValue.Index(i).Interface()
+		ok, found := includeElement(list, element)
+		if !ok {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("\"%s\" could not be applied builtin len()", list), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+		if !found {
+			return true
+		}
+	}
+
+	return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q is a subset of %q", subset, list), msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// ElementsMatch asserts that the specified listA(array, slice...) is equal to specified
+// listB(array, slice...) ignoring the order of the elements. If there are duplicate elements,
+// the number of appearances of each of them in both lists should match.
+//
+// assert.ElementsMatch(t, [1, 3, 2, 3], [1, 3, 3, 2])
+func ElementsMatch(t TestingT, listA, listB interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) (ok bool) {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if isEmpty(listA) && isEmpty(listB) {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	aKind := reflect.TypeOf(listA).Kind()
+	bKind := reflect.TypeOf(listB).Kind()
+
+	if aKind != reflect.Array && aKind != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q has an unsupported type %s", listA, aKind), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if bKind != reflect.Array && bKind != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q has an unsupported type %s", listB, bKind), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	aValue := reflect.ValueOf(listA)
+	bValue := reflect.ValueOf(listB)
+
+	aLen := aValue.Len()
+	bLen := bValue.Len()
+
+	if aLen != bLen {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("lengths don't match: %d != %d", aLen, bLen), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	// Mark indexes in bValue that we already used
+	visited := make([]bool, bLen)
+	for i := 0; i < aLen; i++ {
+		element := aValue.Index(i).Interface()
+		found := false
+		for j := 0; j < bLen; j++ {
+			if visited[j] {
+				continue
+			}
+			if ObjectsAreEqual(bValue.Index(j).Interface(), element) {
+				visited[j] = true
+				found = true
+				break
+			}
+		}
+		if !found {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("element %s appears more times in %s than in %s", element, aValue, bValue), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Condition uses a Comparison to assert a complex condition.
+func Condition(t TestingT, comp Comparison, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	result := comp()
+	if !result {
+		Fail(t, "Condition failed!", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return result
+}
+
+// PanicTestFunc defines a func that should be passed to the assert.Panics and assert.NotPanics
+// methods, and represents a simple func that takes no arguments, and returns nothing.
+type PanicTestFunc func()
+
+// didPanic returns true if the function passed to it panics. Otherwise, it returns false.
+func didPanic(f PanicTestFunc) (bool, interface{}, string) {
+
+	didPanic := false
+	var message interface{}
+	var stack string
+	func() {
+
+		defer func() {
+			if message = recover(); message != nil {
+				didPanic = true
+				stack = string(debug.Stack())
+			}
+		}()
+
+		// call the target function
+		f()
+
+	}()
+
+	return didPanic, message, stack
+
+}
+
+// Panics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics.
+//
+//   assert.Panics(t, func(){ GoCrazy() })
+func Panics(t TestingT, f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if funcDidPanic, panicValue, _ := didPanic(f); !funcDidPanic {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("func %#v should panic\n\tPanic value:\t%#v", f, panicValue), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// PanicsWithValue asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc panics, and that
+// the recovered panic value equals the expected panic value.
+//
+//   assert.PanicsWithValue(t, "crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() })
+func PanicsWithValue(t TestingT, expected interface{}, f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	funcDidPanic, panicValue, panickedStack := didPanic(f)
+	if !funcDidPanic {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("func %#v should panic\n\tPanic value:\t%#v", f, panicValue), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if panicValue != expected {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("func %#v should panic with value:\t%#v\n\tPanic value:\t%#v\n\tPanic stack:\t%s", f, expected, panicValue, panickedStack), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// PanicsWithError asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc
+// panics, and that the recovered panic value is an error that satisfies the
+// EqualError comparison.
+//
+//   assert.PanicsWithError(t, "crazy error", func(){ GoCrazy() })
+func PanicsWithError(t TestingT, errString string, f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	funcDidPanic, panicValue, panickedStack := didPanic(f)
+	if !funcDidPanic {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("func %#v should panic\n\tPanic value:\t%#v", f, panicValue), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	panicErr, ok := panicValue.(error)
+	if !ok || panicErr.Error() != errString {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("func %#v should panic with error message:\t%#v\n\tPanic value:\t%#v\n\tPanic stack:\t%s", f, errString, panicValue, panickedStack), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// NotPanics asserts that the code inside the specified PanicTestFunc does NOT panic.
+//
+//   assert.NotPanics(t, func(){ RemainCalm() })
+func NotPanics(t TestingT, f PanicTestFunc, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if funcDidPanic, panicValue, panickedStack := didPanic(f); funcDidPanic {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("func %#v should not panic\n\tPanic value:\t%v\n\tPanic stack:\t%s", f, panicValue, panickedStack), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// WithinDuration asserts that the two times are within duration delta of each other.
+//
+//   assert.WithinDuration(t, time.Now(), time.Now(), 10*time.Second)
+func WithinDuration(t TestingT, expected, actual time.Time, delta time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	dt := expected.Sub(actual)
+	if dt < -delta || dt > delta {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Max difference between %v and %v allowed is %v, but difference was %v", expected, actual, delta, dt), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+func toFloat(x interface{}) (float64, bool) {
+	var xf float64
+	xok := true
+
+	switch xn := x.(type) {
+	case uint8:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case uint16:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case uint32:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case uint64:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case int:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case int8:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case int16:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case int32:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case int64:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case float32:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case float64:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	case time.Duration:
+		xf = float64(xn)
+	default:
+		xok = false
+	}
+
+	return xf, xok
+}
+
+// InDelta asserts that the two numerals are within delta of each other.
+//
+// 	 assert.InDelta(t, math.Pi, 22/7.0, 0.01)
+func InDelta(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	af, aok := toFloat(expected)
+	bf, bok := toFloat(actual)
+
+	if !aok || !bok {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Parameters must be numerical"), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if math.IsNaN(af) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected must not be NaN"), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if math.IsNaN(bf) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected %v with delta %v, but was NaN", expected, delta), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	dt := af - bf
+	if dt < -delta || dt > delta {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Max difference between %v and %v allowed is %v, but difference was %v", expected, actual, delta, dt), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// InDeltaSlice is the same as InDelta, except it compares two slices.
+func InDeltaSlice(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if expected == nil || actual == nil ||
+		reflect.TypeOf(actual).Kind() != reflect.Slice ||
+		reflect.TypeOf(expected).Kind() != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Parameters must be slice"), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	actualSlice := reflect.ValueOf(actual)
+	expectedSlice := reflect.ValueOf(expected)
+
+	for i := 0; i < actualSlice.Len(); i++ {
+		result := InDelta(t, actualSlice.Index(i).Interface(), expectedSlice.Index(i).Interface(), delta, msgAndArgs...)
+		if !result {
+			return result
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// InDeltaMapValues is the same as InDelta, but it compares all values between two maps. Both maps must have exactly the same keys.
+func InDeltaMapValues(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, delta float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if expected == nil || actual == nil ||
+		reflect.TypeOf(actual).Kind() != reflect.Map ||
+		reflect.TypeOf(expected).Kind() != reflect.Map {
+		return Fail(t, "Arguments must be maps", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	expectedMap := reflect.ValueOf(expected)
+	actualMap := reflect.ValueOf(actual)
+
+	if expectedMap.Len() != actualMap.Len() {
+		return Fail(t, "Arguments must have the same number of keys", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	for _, k := range expectedMap.MapKeys() {
+		ev := expectedMap.MapIndex(k)
+		av := actualMap.MapIndex(k)
+
+		if !ev.IsValid() {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("missing key %q in expected map", k), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+
+		if !av.IsValid() {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("missing key %q in actual map", k), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+
+		if !InDelta(
+			t,
+			ev.Interface(),
+			av.Interface(),
+			delta,
+			msgAndArgs...,
+		) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+func calcRelativeError(expected, actual interface{}) (float64, error) {
+	af, aok := toFloat(expected)
+	if !aok {
+		return 0, fmt.Errorf("expected value %q cannot be converted to float", expected)
+	}
+	if af == 0 {
+		return 0, fmt.Errorf("expected value must have a value other than zero to calculate the relative error")
+	}
+	bf, bok := toFloat(actual)
+	if !bok {
+		return 0, fmt.Errorf("actual value %q cannot be converted to float", actual)
+	}
+
+	return math.Abs(af-bf) / math.Abs(af), nil
+}
+
+// InEpsilon asserts that expected and actual have a relative error less than epsilon
+func InEpsilon(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	actualEpsilon, err := calcRelativeError(expected, actual)
+	if err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, err.Error(), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if actualEpsilon > epsilon {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Relative error is too high: %#v (expected)\n"+
+			"        < %#v (actual)", epsilon, actualEpsilon), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// InEpsilonSlice is the same as InEpsilon, except it compares each value from two slices.
+func InEpsilonSlice(t TestingT, expected, actual interface{}, epsilon float64, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if expected == nil || actual == nil ||
+		reflect.TypeOf(actual).Kind() != reflect.Slice ||
+		reflect.TypeOf(expected).Kind() != reflect.Slice {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Parameters must be slice"), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	actualSlice := reflect.ValueOf(actual)
+	expectedSlice := reflect.ValueOf(expected)
+
+	for i := 0; i < actualSlice.Len(); i++ {
+		result := InEpsilon(t, actualSlice.Index(i).Interface(), expectedSlice.Index(i).Interface(), epsilon)
+		if !result {
+			return result
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+/*
+	Errors
+*/
+
+// NoError asserts that a function returned no error (i.e. `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if assert.NoError(t, err) {
+//	   assert.Equal(t, expectedObj, actualObj)
+//   }
+func NoError(t TestingT, err error, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Received unexpected error:\n%+v", err), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Error asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`).
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   if assert.Error(t, err) {
+//	   assert.Equal(t, expectedError, err)
+//   }
+func Error(t TestingT, err error, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	if err == nil {
+		return Fail(t, "An error is expected but got nil.", msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// EqualError asserts that a function returned an error (i.e. not `nil`)
+// and that it is equal to the provided error.
+//
+//   actualObj, err := SomeFunction()
+//   assert.EqualError(t, err,  expectedErrorString)
+func EqualError(t TestingT, theError error, errString string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if !Error(t, theError, msgAndArgs...) {
+		return false
+	}
+	expected := errString
+	actual := theError.Error()
+	// don't need to use deep equals here, we know they are both strings
+	if expected != actual {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Error message not equal:\n"+
+			"expected: %q\n"+
+			"actual  : %q", expected, actual), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// matchRegexp return true if a specified regexp matches a string.
+func matchRegexp(rx interface{}, str interface{}) bool {
+
+	var r *regexp.Regexp
+	if rr, ok := rx.(*regexp.Regexp); ok {
+		r = rr
+	} else {
+		r = regexp.MustCompile(fmt.Sprint(rx))
+	}
+
+	return (r.FindStringIndex(fmt.Sprint(str)) != nil)
+
+}
+
+// Regexp asserts that a specified regexp matches a string.
+//
+//  assert.Regexp(t, regexp.MustCompile("start"), "it's starting")
+//  assert.Regexp(t, "start...$", "it's not starting")
+func Regexp(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	match := matchRegexp(rx, str)
+
+	if !match {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expect \"%v\" to match \"%v\"", str, rx), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return match
+}
+
+// NotRegexp asserts that a specified regexp does not match a string.
+//
+//  assert.NotRegexp(t, regexp.MustCompile("starts"), "it's starting")
+//  assert.NotRegexp(t, "^start", "it's not starting")
+func NotRegexp(t TestingT, rx interface{}, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	match := matchRegexp(rx, str)
+
+	if match {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expect \"%v\" to NOT match \"%v\"", str, rx), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return !match
+
+}
+
+// Zero asserts that i is the zero value for its type.
+func Zero(t TestingT, i interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if i != nil && !reflect.DeepEqual(i, reflect.Zero(reflect.TypeOf(i)).Interface()) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Should be zero, but was %v", i), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// NotZero asserts that i is not the zero value for its type.
+func NotZero(t TestingT, i interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	if i == nil || reflect.DeepEqual(i, reflect.Zero(reflect.TypeOf(i)).Interface()) {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Should not be zero, but was %v", i), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// FileExists checks whether a file exists in the given path. It also fails if
+// the path points to a directory or there is an error when trying to check the file.
+func FileExists(t TestingT, path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	info, err := os.Lstat(path)
+	if err != nil {
+		if os.IsNotExist(err) {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("unable to find file %q", path), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("error when running os.Lstat(%q): %s", path, err), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if info.IsDir() {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q is a directory", path), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// NoFileExists checks whether a file does not exist in a given path. It fails
+// if the path points to an existing _file_ only.
+func NoFileExists(t TestingT, path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	info, err := os.Lstat(path)
+	if err != nil {
+		return true
+	}
+	if info.IsDir() {
+		return true
+	}
+	return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("file %q exists", path), msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// DirExists checks whether a directory exists in the given path. It also fails
+// if the path is a file rather a directory or there is an error checking whether it exists.
+func DirExists(t TestingT, path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	info, err := os.Lstat(path)
+	if err != nil {
+		if os.IsNotExist(err) {
+			return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("unable to find file %q", path), msgAndArgs...)
+		}
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("error when running os.Lstat(%q): %s", path, err), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	if !info.IsDir() {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("%q is a file", path), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// NoDirExists checks whether a directory does not exist in the given path.
+// It fails if the path points to an existing _directory_ only.
+func NoDirExists(t TestingT, path string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	info, err := os.Lstat(path)
+	if err != nil {
+		if os.IsNotExist(err) {
+			return true
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if !info.IsDir() {
+		return true
+	}
+	return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("directory %q exists", path), msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// JSONEq asserts that two JSON strings are equivalent.
+//
+//  assert.JSONEq(t, `{"hello": "world", "foo": "bar"}`, `{"foo": "bar", "hello": "world"}`)
+func JSONEq(t TestingT, expected string, actual string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	var expectedJSONAsInterface, actualJSONAsInterface interface{}
+
+	if err := json.Unmarshal([]byte(expected), &expectedJSONAsInterface); err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected value ('%s') is not valid json.\nJSON parsing error: '%s'", expected, err.Error()), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if err := json.Unmarshal([]byte(actual), &actualJSONAsInterface); err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Input ('%s') needs to be valid json.\nJSON parsing error: '%s'", actual, err.Error()), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return Equal(t, expectedJSONAsInterface, actualJSONAsInterface, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+// YAMLEq asserts that two YAML strings are equivalent.
+func YAMLEq(t TestingT, expected string, actual string, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	var expectedYAMLAsInterface, actualYAMLAsInterface interface{}
+
+	if err := yaml.Unmarshal([]byte(expected), &expectedYAMLAsInterface); err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected value ('%s') is not valid yaml.\nYAML parsing error: '%s'", expected, err.Error()), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	if err := yaml.Unmarshal([]byte(actual), &actualYAMLAsInterface); err != nil {
+		return Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Input ('%s') needs to be valid yaml.\nYAML error: '%s'", actual, err.Error()), msgAndArgs...)
+	}
+
+	return Equal(t, expectedYAMLAsInterface, actualYAMLAsInterface, msgAndArgs...)
+}
+
+func typeAndKind(v interface{}) (reflect.Type, reflect.Kind) {
+	t := reflect.TypeOf(v)
+	k := t.Kind()
+
+	if k == reflect.Ptr {
+		t = t.Elem()
+		k = t.Kind()
+	}
+	return t, k
+}
+
+// diff returns a diff of both values as long as both are of the same type and
+// are a struct, map, slice, array or string. Otherwise it returns an empty string.
+func diff(expected interface{}, actual interface{}) string {
+	if expected == nil || actual == nil {
+		return ""
+	}
+
+	et, ek := typeAndKind(expected)
+	at, _ := typeAndKind(actual)
+
+	if et != at {
+		return ""
+	}
+
+	if ek != reflect.Struct && ek != reflect.Map && ek != reflect.Slice && ek != reflect.Array && ek != reflect.String {
+		return ""
+	}
+
+	var e, a string
+	if et != reflect.TypeOf("") {
+		e = spewConfig.Sdump(expected)
+		a = spewConfig.Sdump(actual)
+	} else {
+		e = reflect.ValueOf(expected).String()
+		a = reflect.ValueOf(actual).String()
+	}
+
+	diff, _ := difflib.GetUnifiedDiffString(difflib.UnifiedDiff{
+		A:        difflib.SplitLines(e),
+		B:        difflib.SplitLines(a),
+		FromFile: "Expected",
+		FromDate: "",
+		ToFile:   "Actual",
+		ToDate:   "",
+		Context:  1,
+	})
+
+	return "\n\nDiff:\n" + diff
+}
+
+func isFunction(arg interface{}) bool {
+	if arg == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	return reflect.TypeOf(arg).Kind() == reflect.Func
+}
+
+var spewConfig = spew.ConfigState{
+	Indent:                  " ",
+	DisablePointerAddresses: true,
+	DisableCapacities:       true,
+	SortKeys:                true,
+}
+
+type tHelper interface {
+	Helper()
+}
+
+// Eventually asserts that given condition will be met in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking target function each tick.
+//
+//    assert.Eventually(t, func() bool { return true; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond)
+func Eventually(t TestingT, condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	ch := make(chan bool, 1)
+
+	timer := time.NewTimer(waitFor)
+	defer timer.Stop()
+
+	ticker := time.NewTicker(tick)
+	defer ticker.Stop()
+
+	for tick := ticker.C; ; {
+		select {
+		case <-timer.C:
+			return Fail(t, "Condition never satisfied", msgAndArgs...)
+		case <-tick:
+			tick = nil
+			go func() { ch <- condition() }()
+		case v := <-ch:
+			if v {
+				return true
+			}
+			tick = ticker.C
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+// Never asserts that the given condition doesn't satisfy in waitFor time,
+// periodically checking the target function each tick.
+//
+//    assert.Never(t, func() bool { return false; }, time.Second, 10*time.Millisecond)
+func Never(t TestingT, condition func() bool, waitFor time.Duration, tick time.Duration, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+
+	ch := make(chan bool, 1)
+
+	timer := time.NewTimer(waitFor)
+	defer timer.Stop()
+
+	ticker := time.NewTicker(tick)
+	defer ticker.Stop()
+
+	for tick := ticker.C; ; {
+		select {
+		case <-timer.C:
+			return true
+		case <-tick:
+			tick = nil
+			go func() { ch <- condition() }()
+		case v := <-ch:
+			if v {
+				return Fail(t, "Condition satisfied", msgAndArgs...)
+			}
+			tick = ticker.C
+		}
+	}
+}
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/doc.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/doc.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c9dccc4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/doc.go
@@ -0,0 +1,45 @@
+// Package assert provides a set of comprehensive testing tools for use with the normal Go testing system.
+//
+// Example Usage
+//
+// The following is a complete example using assert in a standard test function:
+//    import (
+//      "testing"
+//      "github.com/stretchr/testify/assert"
+//    )
+//
+//    func TestSomething(t *testing.T) {
+//
+//      var a string = "Hello"
+//      var b string = "Hello"
+//
+//      assert.Equal(t, a, b, "The two words should be the same.")
+//
+//    }
+//
+// if you assert many times, use the format below:
+//
+//    import (
+//      "testing"
+//      "github.com/stretchr/testify/assert"
+//    )
+//
+//    func TestSomething(t *testing.T) {
+//      assert := assert.New(t)
+//
+//      var a string = "Hello"
+//      var b string = "Hello"
+//
+//      assert.Equal(a, b, "The two words should be the same.")
+//    }
+//
+// Assertions
+//
+// Assertions allow you to easily write test code, and are global funcs in the `assert` package.
+// All assertion functions take, as the first argument, the `*testing.T` object provided by the
+// testing framework. This allows the assertion funcs to write the failings and other details to
+// the correct place.
+//
+// Every assertion function also takes an optional string message as the final argument,
+// allowing custom error messages to be appended to the message the assertion method outputs.
+package assert
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/errors.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/errors.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ac9dc9d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/errors.go
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+package assert
+
+import (
+	"errors"
+)
+
+// AnError is an error instance useful for testing.  If the code does not care
+// about error specifics, and only needs to return the error for example, this
+// error should be used to make the test code more readable.
+var AnError = errors.New("assert.AnError general error for testing")
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/forward_assertions.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/forward_assertions.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..df189d2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/forward_assertions.go
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+package assert
+
+// Assertions provides assertion methods around the
+// TestingT interface.
+type Assertions struct {
+	t TestingT
+}
+
+// New makes a new Assertions object for the specified TestingT.
+func New(t TestingT) *Assertions {
+	return &Assertions{
+		t: t,
+	}
+}
+
+//go:generate sh -c "cd ../_codegen && go build && cd - && ../_codegen/_codegen -output-package=assert -template=assertion_forward.go.tmpl -include-format-funcs"
diff --git a/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/http_assertions.go b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/http_assertions.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..df46fa7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/github.com/stretchr/testify/assert/http_assertions.go
@@ -0,0 +1,143 @@
+package assert
+
+import (
+	"fmt"
+	"net/http"
+	"net/http/httptest"
+	"net/url"
+	"strings"
+)
+
+// httpCode is a helper that returns HTTP code of the response. It returns -1 and
+// an error if building a new request fails.
+func httpCode(handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values) (int, error) {
+	w := httptest.NewRecorder()
+	req, err := http.NewRequest(method, url, nil)
+	if err != nil {
+		return -1, err
+	}
+	req.URL.RawQuery = values.Encode()
+	handler(w, req)
+	return w.Code, nil
+}
+
+// HTTPSuccess asserts that a specified handler returns a success status code.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPSuccess(t, myHandler, "POST", "http://www.google.com", nil)
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPSuccess(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	code, err := httpCode(handler, method, url, values)
+	if err != nil {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Failed to build test request, got error: %s", err))
+		return false
+	}
+
+	isSuccessCode := code >= http.StatusOK && code <= http.StatusPartialContent
+	if !isSuccessCode {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected HTTP success status code for %q but received %d", url+"?"+values.Encode(), code))
+	}
+
+	return isSuccessCode
+}
+
+// HTTPRedirect asserts that a specified handler returns a redirect status code.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPRedirect(t, myHandler, "GET", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPRedirect(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	code, err := httpCode(handler, method, url, values)
+	if err != nil {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Failed to build test request, got error: %s", err))
+		return false
+	}
+
+	isRedirectCode := code >= http.StatusMultipleChoices && code <= http.StatusTemporaryRedirect
+	if !isRedirectCode {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected HTTP redirect status code for %q but received %d", url+"?"+values.Encode(), code))
+	}
+
+	return isRedirectCode
+}
+
+// HTTPError asserts that a specified handler returns an error status code.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPError(t, myHandler, "POST", "/a/b/c", url.Values{"a": []string{"b", "c"}}
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPError(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	code, err := httpCode(handler, method, url, values)
+	if err != nil {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Failed to build test request, got error: %s", err))
+		return false
+	}
+
+	isErrorCode := code >= http.StatusBadRequest
+	if !isErrorCode {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected HTTP error status code for %q but received %d", url+"?"+values.Encode(), code))
+	}
+
+	return isErrorCode
+}
+
+// HTTPBody is a helper that returns HTTP body of the response. It returns
+// empty string if building a new request fails.
+func HTTPBody(handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values) string {
+	w := httptest.NewRecorder()
+	req, err := http.NewRequest(method, url+"?"+values.Encode(), nil)
+	if err != nil {
+		return ""
+	}
+	handler(w, req)
+	return w.Body.String()
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyContains asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that contains a string.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPBodyContains(t, myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPBodyContains(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	body := HTTPBody(handler, method, url, values)
+
+	contains := strings.Contains(body, fmt.Sprint(str))
+	if !contains {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected response body for \"%s\" to contain \"%s\" but found \"%s\"", url+"?"+values.Encode(), str, body))
+	}
+
+	return contains
+}
+
+// HTTPBodyNotContains asserts that a specified handler returns a
+// body that does not contain a string.
+//
+//  assert.HTTPBodyNotContains(t, myHandler, "GET", "www.google.com", nil, "I'm Feeling Lucky")
+//
+// Returns whether the assertion was successful (true) or not (false).
+func HTTPBodyNotContains(t TestingT, handler http.HandlerFunc, method, url string, values url.Values, str interface{}, msgAndArgs ...interface{}) bool {
+	if h, ok := t.(tHelper); ok {
+		h.Helper()
+	}
+	body := HTTPBody(handler, method, url, values)
+
+	contains := strings.Contains(body, fmt.Sprint(str))
+	if contains {
+		Fail(t, fmt.Sprintf("Expected response body for \"%s\" to NOT contain \"%s\" but found \"%s\"", url+"?"+values.Encode(), str, body))
+	}
+
+	return !contains
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/.travis.yml b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/.travis.yml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9f55693
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/.travis.yml
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+language: go
+
+go:
+    - 1.4
+    - 1.5
+    - 1.6
+    - 1.7
+    - 1.8
+    - 1.9
+    - tip
+
+go_import_path: gopkg.in/yaml.v2
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/LICENSE b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/LICENSE
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8dada3e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,201 @@
+                                 Apache License
+                           Version 2.0, January 2004
+                        http://www.apache.org/licenses/
+
+   TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR USE, REPRODUCTION, AND DISTRIBUTION
+
+   1. Definitions.
+
+      "License" shall mean the terms and conditions for use, reproduction,
+      and distribution as defined by Sections 1 through 9 of this document.
+
+      "Licensor" shall mean the copyright owner or entity authorized by
+      the copyright owner that is granting the License.
+
+      "Legal Entity" shall mean the union of the acting entity and all
+      other entities that control, are controlled by, or are under common
+      control with that entity. For the purposes of this definition,
+      "control" means (i) the power, direct or indirect, to cause the
+      direction or management of such entity, whether by contract or
+      otherwise, or (ii) ownership of fifty percent (50%) or more of the
+      outstanding shares, or (iii) beneficial ownership of such entity.
+
+      "You" (or "Your") shall mean an individual or Legal Entity
+      exercising permissions granted by this License.
+
+      "Source" form shall mean the preferred form for making modifications,
+      including but not limited to software source code, documentation
+      source, and configuration files.
+
+      "Object" form shall mean any form resulting from mechanical
+      transformation or translation of a Source form, including but
+      not limited to compiled object code, generated documentation,
+      and conversions to other media types.
+
+      "Work" shall mean the work of authorship, whether in Source or
+      Object form, made available under the License, as indicated by a
+      copyright notice that is included in or attached to the work
+      (an example is provided in the Appendix below).
+
+      "Derivative Works" shall mean any work, whether in Source or Object
+      form, that is based on (or derived from) the Work and for which the
+      editorial revisions, annotations, elaborations, or other modifications
+      represent, as a whole, an original work of authorship. For the purposes
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diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/LICENSE.libyaml b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/LICENSE.libyaml
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8da58fb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/LICENSE.libyaml
@@ -0,0 +1,31 @@
+The following files were ported to Go from C files of libyaml, and thus
+are still covered by their original copyright and license:
+
+    apic.go
+    emitterc.go
+    parserc.go
+    readerc.go
+    scannerc.go
+    writerc.go
+    yamlh.go
+    yamlprivateh.go
+
+Copyright (c) 2006 Kirill Simonov
+
+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
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+of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
+so, subject to the following conditions:
+
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+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
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+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.
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new file mode 100644
index 0000000..866d74a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/NOTICE
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
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diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/README.md b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/README.md
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b50c6e8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/README.md
@@ -0,0 +1,133 @@
+# YAML support for the Go language
+
+Introduction
+------------
+
+The yaml package enables Go programs to comfortably encode and decode YAML
+values. It was developed within [Canonical](https://www.canonical.com) as
+part of the [juju](https://juju.ubuntu.com) project, and is based on a
+pure Go port of the well-known [libyaml](http://pyyaml.org/wiki/LibYAML)
+C library to parse and generate YAML data quickly and reliably.
+
+Compatibility
+-------------
+
+The yaml package supports most of YAML 1.1 and 1.2, including support for
+anchors, tags, map merging, etc. Multi-document unmarshalling is not yet
+implemented, and base-60 floats from YAML 1.1 are purposefully not
+supported since they're a poor design and are gone in YAML 1.2.
+
+Installation and usage
+----------------------
+
+The import path for the package is *gopkg.in/yaml.v2*.
+
+To install it, run:
+
+    go get gopkg.in/yaml.v2
+
+API documentation
+-----------------
+
+If opened in a browser, the import path itself leads to the API documentation:
+
+  * [https://gopkg.in/yaml.v2](https://gopkg.in/yaml.v2)
+
+API stability
+-------------
+
+The package API for yaml v2 will remain stable as described in [gopkg.in](https://gopkg.in).
+
+
+License
+-------
+
+The yaml package is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. Please see the LICENSE file for details.
+
+
+Example
+-------
+
+```Go
+package main
+
+import (
+        "fmt"
+        "log"
+
+        "gopkg.in/yaml.v2"
+)
+
+var data = `
+a: Easy!
+b:
+  c: 2
+  d: [3, 4]
+`
+
+// Note: struct fields must be public in order for unmarshal to
+// correctly populate the data.
+type T struct {
+        A string
+        B struct {
+                RenamedC int   `yaml:"c"`
+                D        []int `yaml:",flow"`
+        }
+}
+
+func main() {
+        t := T{}
+    
+        err := yaml.Unmarshal([]byte(data), &t)
+        if err != nil {
+                log.Fatalf("error: %v", err)
+        }
+        fmt.Printf("--- t:\n%v\n\n", t)
+    
+        d, err := yaml.Marshal(&t)
+        if err != nil {
+                log.Fatalf("error: %v", err)
+        }
+        fmt.Printf("--- t dump:\n%s\n\n", string(d))
+    
+        m := make(map[interface{}]interface{})
+    
+        err = yaml.Unmarshal([]byte(data), &m)
+        if err != nil {
+                log.Fatalf("error: %v", err)
+        }
+        fmt.Printf("--- m:\n%v\n\n", m)
+    
+        d, err = yaml.Marshal(&m)
+        if err != nil {
+                log.Fatalf("error: %v", err)
+        }
+        fmt.Printf("--- m dump:\n%s\n\n", string(d))
+}
+```
+
+This example will generate the following output:
+
+```
+--- t:
+{Easy! {2 [3 4]}}
+
+--- t dump:
+a: Easy!
+b:
+  c: 2
+  d: [3, 4]
+
+
+--- m:
+map[a:Easy! b:map[c:2 d:[3 4]]]
+
+--- m dump:
+a: Easy!
+b:
+  c: 2
+  d:
+  - 3
+  - 4
+```
+
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/apic.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/apic.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1f7e87e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/apic.go
@@ -0,0 +1,739 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"io"
+)
+
+func yaml_insert_token(parser *yaml_parser_t, pos int, token *yaml_token_t) {
+	//fmt.Println("yaml_insert_token", "pos:", pos, "typ:", token.typ, "head:", parser.tokens_head, "len:", len(parser.tokens))
+
+	// Check if we can move the queue at the beginning of the buffer.
+	if parser.tokens_head > 0 && len(parser.tokens) == cap(parser.tokens) {
+		if parser.tokens_head != len(parser.tokens) {
+			copy(parser.tokens, parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head:])
+		}
+		parser.tokens = parser.tokens[:len(parser.tokens)-parser.tokens_head]
+		parser.tokens_head = 0
+	}
+	parser.tokens = append(parser.tokens, *token)
+	if pos < 0 {
+		return
+	}
+	copy(parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head+pos+1:], parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head+pos:])
+	parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head+pos] = *token
+}
+
+// Create a new parser object.
+func yaml_parser_initialize(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	*parser = yaml_parser_t{
+		raw_buffer: make([]byte, 0, input_raw_buffer_size),
+		buffer:     make([]byte, 0, input_buffer_size),
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Destroy a parser object.
+func yaml_parser_delete(parser *yaml_parser_t) {
+	*parser = yaml_parser_t{}
+}
+
+// String read handler.
+func yaml_string_read_handler(parser *yaml_parser_t, buffer []byte) (n int, err error) {
+	if parser.input_pos == len(parser.input) {
+		return 0, io.EOF
+	}
+	n = copy(buffer, parser.input[parser.input_pos:])
+	parser.input_pos += n
+	return n, nil
+}
+
+// Reader read handler.
+func yaml_reader_read_handler(parser *yaml_parser_t, buffer []byte) (n int, err error) {
+	return parser.input_reader.Read(buffer)
+}
+
+// Set a string input.
+func yaml_parser_set_input_string(parser *yaml_parser_t, input []byte) {
+	if parser.read_handler != nil {
+		panic("must set the input source only once")
+	}
+	parser.read_handler = yaml_string_read_handler
+	parser.input = input
+	parser.input_pos = 0
+}
+
+// Set a file input.
+func yaml_parser_set_input_reader(parser *yaml_parser_t, r io.Reader) {
+	if parser.read_handler != nil {
+		panic("must set the input source only once")
+	}
+	parser.read_handler = yaml_reader_read_handler
+	parser.input_reader = r
+}
+
+// Set the source encoding.
+func yaml_parser_set_encoding(parser *yaml_parser_t, encoding yaml_encoding_t) {
+	if parser.encoding != yaml_ANY_ENCODING {
+		panic("must set the encoding only once")
+	}
+	parser.encoding = encoding
+}
+
+// Create a new emitter object.
+func yaml_emitter_initialize(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) {
+	*emitter = yaml_emitter_t{
+		buffer:     make([]byte, output_buffer_size),
+		raw_buffer: make([]byte, 0, output_raw_buffer_size),
+		states:     make([]yaml_emitter_state_t, 0, initial_stack_size),
+		events:     make([]yaml_event_t, 0, initial_queue_size),
+	}
+}
+
+// Destroy an emitter object.
+func yaml_emitter_delete(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) {
+	*emitter = yaml_emitter_t{}
+}
+
+// String write handler.
+func yaml_string_write_handler(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, buffer []byte) error {
+	*emitter.output_buffer = append(*emitter.output_buffer, buffer...)
+	return nil
+}
+
+// yaml_writer_write_handler uses emitter.output_writer to write the
+// emitted text.
+func yaml_writer_write_handler(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, buffer []byte) error {
+	_, err := emitter.output_writer.Write(buffer)
+	return err
+}
+
+// Set a string output.
+func yaml_emitter_set_output_string(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, output_buffer *[]byte) {
+	if emitter.write_handler != nil {
+		panic("must set the output target only once")
+	}
+	emitter.write_handler = yaml_string_write_handler
+	emitter.output_buffer = output_buffer
+}
+
+// Set a file output.
+func yaml_emitter_set_output_writer(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, w io.Writer) {
+	if emitter.write_handler != nil {
+		panic("must set the output target only once")
+	}
+	emitter.write_handler = yaml_writer_write_handler
+	emitter.output_writer = w
+}
+
+// Set the output encoding.
+func yaml_emitter_set_encoding(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, encoding yaml_encoding_t) {
+	if emitter.encoding != yaml_ANY_ENCODING {
+		panic("must set the output encoding only once")
+	}
+	emitter.encoding = encoding
+}
+
+// Set the canonical output style.
+func yaml_emitter_set_canonical(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, canonical bool) {
+	emitter.canonical = canonical
+}
+
+//// Set the indentation increment.
+func yaml_emitter_set_indent(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, indent int) {
+	if indent < 2 || indent > 9 {
+		indent = 2
+	}
+	emitter.best_indent = indent
+}
+
+// Set the preferred line width.
+func yaml_emitter_set_width(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, width int) {
+	if width < 0 {
+		width = -1
+	}
+	emitter.best_width = width
+}
+
+// Set if unescaped non-ASCII characters are allowed.
+func yaml_emitter_set_unicode(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, unicode bool) {
+	emitter.unicode = unicode
+}
+
+// Set the preferred line break character.
+func yaml_emitter_set_break(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, line_break yaml_break_t) {
+	emitter.line_break = line_break
+}
+
+///*
+// * Destroy a token object.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(void)
+//yaml_token_delete(yaml_token_t *token)
+//{
+//    assert(token);  // Non-NULL token object expected.
+//
+//    switch (token.type)
+//    {
+//        case YAML_TAG_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN:
+//            yaml_free(token.data.tag_directive.handle);
+//            yaml_free(token.data.tag_directive.prefix);
+//            break;
+//
+//        case YAML_ALIAS_TOKEN:
+//            yaml_free(token.data.alias.value);
+//            break;
+//
+//        case YAML_ANCHOR_TOKEN:
+//            yaml_free(token.data.anchor.value);
+//            break;
+//
+//        case YAML_TAG_TOKEN:
+//            yaml_free(token.data.tag.handle);
+//            yaml_free(token.data.tag.suffix);
+//            break;
+//
+//        case YAML_SCALAR_TOKEN:
+//            yaml_free(token.data.scalar.value);
+//            break;
+//
+//        default:
+//            break;
+//    }
+//
+//    memset(token, 0, sizeof(yaml_token_t));
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Check if a string is a valid UTF-8 sequence.
+// *
+// * Check 'reader.c' for more details on UTF-8 encoding.
+// */
+//
+//static int
+//yaml_check_utf8(yaml_char_t *start, size_t length)
+//{
+//    yaml_char_t *end = start+length;
+//    yaml_char_t *pointer = start;
+//
+//    while (pointer < end) {
+//        unsigned char octet;
+//        unsigned int width;
+//        unsigned int value;
+//        size_t k;
+//
+//        octet = pointer[0];
+//        width = (octet & 0x80) == 0x00 ? 1 :
+//                (octet & 0xE0) == 0xC0 ? 2 :
+//                (octet & 0xF0) == 0xE0 ? 3 :
+//                (octet & 0xF8) == 0xF0 ? 4 : 0;
+//        value = (octet & 0x80) == 0x00 ? octet & 0x7F :
+//                (octet & 0xE0) == 0xC0 ? octet & 0x1F :
+//                (octet & 0xF0) == 0xE0 ? octet & 0x0F :
+//                (octet & 0xF8) == 0xF0 ? octet & 0x07 : 0;
+//        if (!width) return 0;
+//        if (pointer+width > end) return 0;
+//        for (k = 1; k < width; k ++) {
+//            octet = pointer[k];
+//            if ((octet & 0xC0) != 0x80) return 0;
+//            value = (value << 6) + (octet & 0x3F);
+//        }
+//        if (!((width == 1) ||
+//            (width == 2 && value >= 0x80) ||
+//            (width == 3 && value >= 0x800) ||
+//            (width == 4 && value >= 0x10000))) return 0;
+//
+//        pointer += width;
+//    }
+//
+//    return 1;
+//}
+//
+
+// Create STREAM-START.
+func yaml_stream_start_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t, encoding yaml_encoding_t) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:      yaml_STREAM_START_EVENT,
+		encoding: encoding,
+	}
+}
+
+// Create STREAM-END.
+func yaml_stream_end_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ: yaml_STREAM_END_EVENT,
+	}
+}
+
+// Create DOCUMENT-START.
+func yaml_document_start_event_initialize(
+	event *yaml_event_t,
+	version_directive *yaml_version_directive_t,
+	tag_directives []yaml_tag_directive_t,
+	implicit bool,
+) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:               yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT,
+		version_directive: version_directive,
+		tag_directives:    tag_directives,
+		implicit:          implicit,
+	}
+}
+
+// Create DOCUMENT-END.
+func yaml_document_end_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t, implicit bool) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:      yaml_DOCUMENT_END_EVENT,
+		implicit: implicit,
+	}
+}
+
+///*
+// * Create ALIAS.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_alias_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t, anchor *yaml_char_t)
+//{
+//    mark yaml_mark_t = { 0, 0, 0 }
+//    anchor_copy *yaml_char_t = NULL
+//
+//    assert(event) // Non-NULL event object is expected.
+//    assert(anchor) // Non-NULL anchor is expected.
+//
+//    if (!yaml_check_utf8(anchor, strlen((char *)anchor))) return 0
+//
+//    anchor_copy = yaml_strdup(anchor)
+//    if (!anchor_copy)
+//        return 0
+//
+//    ALIAS_EVENT_INIT(*event, anchor_copy, mark, mark)
+//
+//    return 1
+//}
+
+// Create SCALAR.
+func yaml_scalar_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t, anchor, tag, value []byte, plain_implicit, quoted_implicit bool, style yaml_scalar_style_t) bool {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:             yaml_SCALAR_EVENT,
+		anchor:          anchor,
+		tag:             tag,
+		value:           value,
+		implicit:        plain_implicit,
+		quoted_implicit: quoted_implicit,
+		style:           yaml_style_t(style),
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Create SEQUENCE-START.
+func yaml_sequence_start_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t, anchor, tag []byte, implicit bool, style yaml_sequence_style_t) bool {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:      yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT,
+		anchor:   anchor,
+		tag:      tag,
+		implicit: implicit,
+		style:    yaml_style_t(style),
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Create SEQUENCE-END.
+func yaml_sequence_end_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ: yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT,
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Create MAPPING-START.
+func yaml_mapping_start_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t, anchor, tag []byte, implicit bool, style yaml_mapping_style_t) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:      yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT,
+		anchor:   anchor,
+		tag:      tag,
+		implicit: implicit,
+		style:    yaml_style_t(style),
+	}
+}
+
+// Create MAPPING-END.
+func yaml_mapping_end_event_initialize(event *yaml_event_t) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ: yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT,
+	}
+}
+
+// Destroy an event object.
+func yaml_event_delete(event *yaml_event_t) {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{}
+}
+
+///*
+// * Create a document object.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_document_initialize(document *yaml_document_t,
+//        version_directive *yaml_version_directive_t,
+//        tag_directives_start *yaml_tag_directive_t,
+//        tag_directives_end *yaml_tag_directive_t,
+//        start_implicit int, end_implicit int)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//    struct {
+//        start *yaml_node_t
+//        end *yaml_node_t
+//        top *yaml_node_t
+//    } nodes = { NULL, NULL, NULL }
+//    version_directive_copy *yaml_version_directive_t = NULL
+//    struct {
+//        start *yaml_tag_directive_t
+//        end *yaml_tag_directive_t
+//        top *yaml_tag_directive_t
+//    } tag_directives_copy = { NULL, NULL, NULL }
+//    value yaml_tag_directive_t = { NULL, NULL }
+//    mark yaml_mark_t = { 0, 0, 0 }
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//    assert((tag_directives_start && tag_directives_end) ||
+//            (tag_directives_start == tag_directives_end))
+//                            // Valid tag directives are expected.
+//
+//    if (!STACK_INIT(&context, nodes, INITIAL_STACK_SIZE)) goto error
+//
+//    if (version_directive) {
+//        version_directive_copy = yaml_malloc(sizeof(yaml_version_directive_t))
+//        if (!version_directive_copy) goto error
+//        version_directive_copy.major = version_directive.major
+//        version_directive_copy.minor = version_directive.minor
+//    }
+//
+//    if (tag_directives_start != tag_directives_end) {
+//        tag_directive *yaml_tag_directive_t
+//        if (!STACK_INIT(&context, tag_directives_copy, INITIAL_STACK_SIZE))
+//            goto error
+//        for (tag_directive = tag_directives_start
+//                tag_directive != tag_directives_end; tag_directive ++) {
+//            assert(tag_directive.handle)
+//            assert(tag_directive.prefix)
+//            if (!yaml_check_utf8(tag_directive.handle,
+//                        strlen((char *)tag_directive.handle)))
+//                goto error
+//            if (!yaml_check_utf8(tag_directive.prefix,
+//                        strlen((char *)tag_directive.prefix)))
+//                goto error
+//            value.handle = yaml_strdup(tag_directive.handle)
+//            value.prefix = yaml_strdup(tag_directive.prefix)
+//            if (!value.handle || !value.prefix) goto error
+//            if (!PUSH(&context, tag_directives_copy, value))
+//                goto error
+//            value.handle = NULL
+//            value.prefix = NULL
+//        }
+//    }
+//
+//    DOCUMENT_INIT(*document, nodes.start, nodes.end, version_directive_copy,
+//            tag_directives_copy.start, tag_directives_copy.top,
+//            start_implicit, end_implicit, mark, mark)
+//
+//    return 1
+//
+//error:
+//    STACK_DEL(&context, nodes)
+//    yaml_free(version_directive_copy)
+//    while (!STACK_EMPTY(&context, tag_directives_copy)) {
+//        value yaml_tag_directive_t = POP(&context, tag_directives_copy)
+//        yaml_free(value.handle)
+//        yaml_free(value.prefix)
+//    }
+//    STACK_DEL(&context, tag_directives_copy)
+//    yaml_free(value.handle)
+//    yaml_free(value.prefix)
+//
+//    return 0
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Destroy a document object.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(void)
+//yaml_document_delete(document *yaml_document_t)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//    tag_directive *yaml_tag_directive_t
+//
+//    context.error = YAML_NO_ERROR // Eliminate a compiler warning.
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//
+//    while (!STACK_EMPTY(&context, document.nodes)) {
+//        node yaml_node_t = POP(&context, document.nodes)
+//        yaml_free(node.tag)
+//        switch (node.type) {
+//            case YAML_SCALAR_NODE:
+//                yaml_free(node.data.scalar.value)
+//                break
+//            case YAML_SEQUENCE_NODE:
+//                STACK_DEL(&context, node.data.sequence.items)
+//                break
+//            case YAML_MAPPING_NODE:
+//                STACK_DEL(&context, node.data.mapping.pairs)
+//                break
+//            default:
+//                assert(0) // Should not happen.
+//        }
+//    }
+//    STACK_DEL(&context, document.nodes)
+//
+//    yaml_free(document.version_directive)
+//    for (tag_directive = document.tag_directives.start
+//            tag_directive != document.tag_directives.end
+//            tag_directive++) {
+//        yaml_free(tag_directive.handle)
+//        yaml_free(tag_directive.prefix)
+//    }
+//    yaml_free(document.tag_directives.start)
+//
+//    memset(document, 0, sizeof(yaml_document_t))
+//}
+//
+///**
+// * Get a document node.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(yaml_node_t *)
+//yaml_document_get_node(document *yaml_document_t, index int)
+//{
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//
+//    if (index > 0 && document.nodes.start + index <= document.nodes.top) {
+//        return document.nodes.start + index - 1
+//    }
+//    return NULL
+//}
+//
+///**
+// * Get the root object.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(yaml_node_t *)
+//yaml_document_get_root_node(document *yaml_document_t)
+//{
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//
+//    if (document.nodes.top != document.nodes.start) {
+//        return document.nodes.start
+//    }
+//    return NULL
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Add a scalar node to a document.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_document_add_scalar(document *yaml_document_t,
+//        tag *yaml_char_t, value *yaml_char_t, length int,
+//        style yaml_scalar_style_t)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//    mark yaml_mark_t = { 0, 0, 0 }
+//    tag_copy *yaml_char_t = NULL
+//    value_copy *yaml_char_t = NULL
+//    node yaml_node_t
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//    assert(value) // Non-NULL value is expected.
+//
+//    if (!tag) {
+//        tag = (yaml_char_t *)YAML_DEFAULT_SCALAR_TAG
+//    }
+//
+//    if (!yaml_check_utf8(tag, strlen((char *)tag))) goto error
+//    tag_copy = yaml_strdup(tag)
+//    if (!tag_copy) goto error
+//
+//    if (length < 0) {
+//        length = strlen((char *)value)
+//    }
+//
+//    if (!yaml_check_utf8(value, length)) goto error
+//    value_copy = yaml_malloc(length+1)
+//    if (!value_copy) goto error
+//    memcpy(value_copy, value, length)
+//    value_copy[length] = '\0'
+//
+//    SCALAR_NODE_INIT(node, tag_copy, value_copy, length, style, mark, mark)
+//    if (!PUSH(&context, document.nodes, node)) goto error
+//
+//    return document.nodes.top - document.nodes.start
+//
+//error:
+//    yaml_free(tag_copy)
+//    yaml_free(value_copy)
+//
+//    return 0
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Add a sequence node to a document.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_document_add_sequence(document *yaml_document_t,
+//        tag *yaml_char_t, style yaml_sequence_style_t)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//    mark yaml_mark_t = { 0, 0, 0 }
+//    tag_copy *yaml_char_t = NULL
+//    struct {
+//        start *yaml_node_item_t
+//        end *yaml_node_item_t
+//        top *yaml_node_item_t
+//    } items = { NULL, NULL, NULL }
+//    node yaml_node_t
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//
+//    if (!tag) {
+//        tag = (yaml_char_t *)YAML_DEFAULT_SEQUENCE_TAG
+//    }
+//
+//    if (!yaml_check_utf8(tag, strlen((char *)tag))) goto error
+//    tag_copy = yaml_strdup(tag)
+//    if (!tag_copy) goto error
+//
+//    if (!STACK_INIT(&context, items, INITIAL_STACK_SIZE)) goto error
+//
+//    SEQUENCE_NODE_INIT(node, tag_copy, items.start, items.end,
+//            style, mark, mark)
+//    if (!PUSH(&context, document.nodes, node)) goto error
+//
+//    return document.nodes.top - document.nodes.start
+//
+//error:
+//    STACK_DEL(&context, items)
+//    yaml_free(tag_copy)
+//
+//    return 0
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Add a mapping node to a document.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_document_add_mapping(document *yaml_document_t,
+//        tag *yaml_char_t, style yaml_mapping_style_t)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//    mark yaml_mark_t = { 0, 0, 0 }
+//    tag_copy *yaml_char_t = NULL
+//    struct {
+//        start *yaml_node_pair_t
+//        end *yaml_node_pair_t
+//        top *yaml_node_pair_t
+//    } pairs = { NULL, NULL, NULL }
+//    node yaml_node_t
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document object is expected.
+//
+//    if (!tag) {
+//        tag = (yaml_char_t *)YAML_DEFAULT_MAPPING_TAG
+//    }
+//
+//    if (!yaml_check_utf8(tag, strlen((char *)tag))) goto error
+//    tag_copy = yaml_strdup(tag)
+//    if (!tag_copy) goto error
+//
+//    if (!STACK_INIT(&context, pairs, INITIAL_STACK_SIZE)) goto error
+//
+//    MAPPING_NODE_INIT(node, tag_copy, pairs.start, pairs.end,
+//            style, mark, mark)
+//    if (!PUSH(&context, document.nodes, node)) goto error
+//
+//    return document.nodes.top - document.nodes.start
+//
+//error:
+//    STACK_DEL(&context, pairs)
+//    yaml_free(tag_copy)
+//
+//    return 0
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Append an item to a sequence node.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_document_append_sequence_item(document *yaml_document_t,
+//        sequence int, item int)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document is required.
+//    assert(sequence > 0
+//            && document.nodes.start + sequence <= document.nodes.top)
+//                            // Valid sequence id is required.
+//    assert(document.nodes.start[sequence-1].type == YAML_SEQUENCE_NODE)
+//                            // A sequence node is required.
+//    assert(item > 0 && document.nodes.start + item <= document.nodes.top)
+//                            // Valid item id is required.
+//
+//    if (!PUSH(&context,
+//                document.nodes.start[sequence-1].data.sequence.items, item))
+//        return 0
+//
+//    return 1
+//}
+//
+///*
+// * Append a pair of a key and a value to a mapping node.
+// */
+//
+//YAML_DECLARE(int)
+//yaml_document_append_mapping_pair(document *yaml_document_t,
+//        mapping int, key int, value int)
+//{
+//    struct {
+//        error yaml_error_type_t
+//    } context
+//
+//    pair yaml_node_pair_t
+//
+//    assert(document) // Non-NULL document is required.
+//    assert(mapping > 0
+//            && document.nodes.start + mapping <= document.nodes.top)
+//                            // Valid mapping id is required.
+//    assert(document.nodes.start[mapping-1].type == YAML_MAPPING_NODE)
+//                            // A mapping node is required.
+//    assert(key > 0 && document.nodes.start + key <= document.nodes.top)
+//                            // Valid key id is required.
+//    assert(value > 0 && document.nodes.start + value <= document.nodes.top)
+//                            // Valid value id is required.
+//
+//    pair.key = key
+//    pair.value = value
+//
+//    if (!PUSH(&context,
+//                document.nodes.start[mapping-1].data.mapping.pairs, pair))
+//        return 0
+//
+//    return 1
+//}
+//
+//
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/decode.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/decode.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e4e56e2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/decode.go
@@ -0,0 +1,775 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"encoding"
+	"encoding/base64"
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+	"math"
+	"reflect"
+	"strconv"
+	"time"
+)
+
+const (
+	documentNode = 1 << iota
+	mappingNode
+	sequenceNode
+	scalarNode
+	aliasNode
+)
+
+type node struct {
+	kind         int
+	line, column int
+	tag          string
+	// For an alias node, alias holds the resolved alias.
+	alias    *node
+	value    string
+	implicit bool
+	children []*node
+	anchors  map[string]*node
+}
+
+// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Parser, produces a node tree out of a libyaml event stream.
+
+type parser struct {
+	parser   yaml_parser_t
+	event    yaml_event_t
+	doc      *node
+	doneInit bool
+}
+
+func newParser(b []byte) *parser {
+	p := parser{}
+	if !yaml_parser_initialize(&p.parser) {
+		panic("failed to initialize YAML emitter")
+	}
+	if len(b) == 0 {
+		b = []byte{'\n'}
+	}
+	yaml_parser_set_input_string(&p.parser, b)
+	return &p
+}
+
+func newParserFromReader(r io.Reader) *parser {
+	p := parser{}
+	if !yaml_parser_initialize(&p.parser) {
+		panic("failed to initialize YAML emitter")
+	}
+	yaml_parser_set_input_reader(&p.parser, r)
+	return &p
+}
+
+func (p *parser) init() {
+	if p.doneInit {
+		return
+	}
+	p.expect(yaml_STREAM_START_EVENT)
+	p.doneInit = true
+}
+
+func (p *parser) destroy() {
+	if p.event.typ != yaml_NO_EVENT {
+		yaml_event_delete(&p.event)
+	}
+	yaml_parser_delete(&p.parser)
+}
+
+// expect consumes an event from the event stream and
+// checks that it's of the expected type.
+func (p *parser) expect(e yaml_event_type_t) {
+	if p.event.typ == yaml_NO_EVENT {
+		if !yaml_parser_parse(&p.parser, &p.event) {
+			p.fail()
+		}
+	}
+	if p.event.typ == yaml_STREAM_END_EVENT {
+		failf("attempted to go past the end of stream; corrupted value?")
+	}
+	if p.event.typ != e {
+		p.parser.problem = fmt.Sprintf("expected %s event but got %s", e, p.event.typ)
+		p.fail()
+	}
+	yaml_event_delete(&p.event)
+	p.event.typ = yaml_NO_EVENT
+}
+
+// peek peeks at the next event in the event stream,
+// puts the results into p.event and returns the event type.
+func (p *parser) peek() yaml_event_type_t {
+	if p.event.typ != yaml_NO_EVENT {
+		return p.event.typ
+	}
+	if !yaml_parser_parse(&p.parser, &p.event) {
+		p.fail()
+	}
+	return p.event.typ
+}
+
+func (p *parser) fail() {
+	var where string
+	var line int
+	if p.parser.problem_mark.line != 0 {
+		line = p.parser.problem_mark.line
+		// Scanner errors don't iterate line before returning error
+		if p.parser.error == yaml_SCANNER_ERROR {
+			line++
+		}
+	} else if p.parser.context_mark.line != 0 {
+		line = p.parser.context_mark.line
+	}
+	if line != 0 {
+		where = "line " + strconv.Itoa(line) + ": "
+	}
+	var msg string
+	if len(p.parser.problem) > 0 {
+		msg = p.parser.problem
+	} else {
+		msg = "unknown problem parsing YAML content"
+	}
+	failf("%s%s", where, msg)
+}
+
+func (p *parser) anchor(n *node, anchor []byte) {
+	if anchor != nil {
+		p.doc.anchors[string(anchor)] = n
+	}
+}
+
+func (p *parser) parse() *node {
+	p.init()
+	switch p.peek() {
+	case yaml_SCALAR_EVENT:
+		return p.scalar()
+	case yaml_ALIAS_EVENT:
+		return p.alias()
+	case yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT:
+		return p.mapping()
+	case yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT:
+		return p.sequence()
+	case yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT:
+		return p.document()
+	case yaml_STREAM_END_EVENT:
+		// Happens when attempting to decode an empty buffer.
+		return nil
+	default:
+		panic("attempted to parse unknown event: " + p.event.typ.String())
+	}
+}
+
+func (p *parser) node(kind int) *node {
+	return &node{
+		kind:   kind,
+		line:   p.event.start_mark.line,
+		column: p.event.start_mark.column,
+	}
+}
+
+func (p *parser) document() *node {
+	n := p.node(documentNode)
+	n.anchors = make(map[string]*node)
+	p.doc = n
+	p.expect(yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT)
+	n.children = append(n.children, p.parse())
+	p.expect(yaml_DOCUMENT_END_EVENT)
+	return n
+}
+
+func (p *parser) alias() *node {
+	n := p.node(aliasNode)
+	n.value = string(p.event.anchor)
+	n.alias = p.doc.anchors[n.value]
+	if n.alias == nil {
+		failf("unknown anchor '%s' referenced", n.value)
+	}
+	p.expect(yaml_ALIAS_EVENT)
+	return n
+}
+
+func (p *parser) scalar() *node {
+	n := p.node(scalarNode)
+	n.value = string(p.event.value)
+	n.tag = string(p.event.tag)
+	n.implicit = p.event.implicit
+	p.anchor(n, p.event.anchor)
+	p.expect(yaml_SCALAR_EVENT)
+	return n
+}
+
+func (p *parser) sequence() *node {
+	n := p.node(sequenceNode)
+	p.anchor(n, p.event.anchor)
+	p.expect(yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT)
+	for p.peek() != yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT {
+		n.children = append(n.children, p.parse())
+	}
+	p.expect(yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT)
+	return n
+}
+
+func (p *parser) mapping() *node {
+	n := p.node(mappingNode)
+	p.anchor(n, p.event.anchor)
+	p.expect(yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT)
+	for p.peek() != yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT {
+		n.children = append(n.children, p.parse(), p.parse())
+	}
+	p.expect(yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT)
+	return n
+}
+
+// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Decoder, unmarshals a node into a provided value.
+
+type decoder struct {
+	doc     *node
+	aliases map[*node]bool
+	mapType reflect.Type
+	terrors []string
+	strict  bool
+}
+
+var (
+	mapItemType    = reflect.TypeOf(MapItem{})
+	durationType   = reflect.TypeOf(time.Duration(0))
+	defaultMapType = reflect.TypeOf(map[interface{}]interface{}{})
+	ifaceType      = defaultMapType.Elem()
+	timeType       = reflect.TypeOf(time.Time{})
+	ptrTimeType    = reflect.TypeOf(&time.Time{})
+)
+
+func newDecoder(strict bool) *decoder {
+	d := &decoder{mapType: defaultMapType, strict: strict}
+	d.aliases = make(map[*node]bool)
+	return d
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) terror(n *node, tag string, out reflect.Value) {
+	if n.tag != "" {
+		tag = n.tag
+	}
+	value := n.value
+	if tag != yaml_SEQ_TAG && tag != yaml_MAP_TAG {
+		if len(value) > 10 {
+			value = " `" + value[:7] + "...`"
+		} else {
+			value = " `" + value + "`"
+		}
+	}
+	d.terrors = append(d.terrors, fmt.Sprintf("line %d: cannot unmarshal %s%s into %s", n.line+1, shortTag(tag), value, out.Type()))
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) callUnmarshaler(n *node, u Unmarshaler) (good bool) {
+	terrlen := len(d.terrors)
+	err := u.UnmarshalYAML(func(v interface{}) (err error) {
+		defer handleErr(&err)
+		d.unmarshal(n, reflect.ValueOf(v))
+		if len(d.terrors) > terrlen {
+			issues := d.terrors[terrlen:]
+			d.terrors = d.terrors[:terrlen]
+			return &TypeError{issues}
+		}
+		return nil
+	})
+	if e, ok := err.(*TypeError); ok {
+		d.terrors = append(d.terrors, e.Errors...)
+		return false
+	}
+	if err != nil {
+		fail(err)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// d.prepare initializes and dereferences pointers and calls UnmarshalYAML
+// if a value is found to implement it.
+// It returns the initialized and dereferenced out value, whether
+// unmarshalling was already done by UnmarshalYAML, and if so whether
+// its types unmarshalled appropriately.
+//
+// If n holds a null value, prepare returns before doing anything.
+func (d *decoder) prepare(n *node, out reflect.Value) (newout reflect.Value, unmarshaled, good bool) {
+	if n.tag == yaml_NULL_TAG || n.kind == scalarNode && n.tag == "" && (n.value == "null" || n.value == "~" || n.value == "" && n.implicit) {
+		return out, false, false
+	}
+	again := true
+	for again {
+		again = false
+		if out.Kind() == reflect.Ptr {
+			if out.IsNil() {
+				out.Set(reflect.New(out.Type().Elem()))
+			}
+			out = out.Elem()
+			again = true
+		}
+		if out.CanAddr() {
+			if u, ok := out.Addr().Interface().(Unmarshaler); ok {
+				good = d.callUnmarshaler(n, u)
+				return out, true, good
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	return out, false, false
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) unmarshal(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	switch n.kind {
+	case documentNode:
+		return d.document(n, out)
+	case aliasNode:
+		return d.alias(n, out)
+	}
+	out, unmarshaled, good := d.prepare(n, out)
+	if unmarshaled {
+		return good
+	}
+	switch n.kind {
+	case scalarNode:
+		good = d.scalar(n, out)
+	case mappingNode:
+		good = d.mapping(n, out)
+	case sequenceNode:
+		good = d.sequence(n, out)
+	default:
+		panic("internal error: unknown node kind: " + strconv.Itoa(n.kind))
+	}
+	return good
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) document(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	if len(n.children) == 1 {
+		d.doc = n
+		d.unmarshal(n.children[0], out)
+		return true
+	}
+	return false
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) alias(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	if d.aliases[n] {
+		// TODO this could actually be allowed in some circumstances.
+		failf("anchor '%s' value contains itself", n.value)
+	}
+	d.aliases[n] = true
+	good = d.unmarshal(n.alias, out)
+	delete(d.aliases, n)
+	return good
+}
+
+var zeroValue reflect.Value
+
+func resetMap(out reflect.Value) {
+	for _, k := range out.MapKeys() {
+		out.SetMapIndex(k, zeroValue)
+	}
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) scalar(n *node, out reflect.Value) bool {
+	var tag string
+	var resolved interface{}
+	if n.tag == "" && !n.implicit {
+		tag = yaml_STR_TAG
+		resolved = n.value
+	} else {
+		tag, resolved = resolve(n.tag, n.value)
+		if tag == yaml_BINARY_TAG {
+			data, err := base64.StdEncoding.DecodeString(resolved.(string))
+			if err != nil {
+				failf("!!binary value contains invalid base64 data")
+			}
+			resolved = string(data)
+		}
+	}
+	if resolved == nil {
+		if out.Kind() == reflect.Map && !out.CanAddr() {
+			resetMap(out)
+		} else {
+			out.Set(reflect.Zero(out.Type()))
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if resolvedv := reflect.ValueOf(resolved); out.Type() == resolvedv.Type() {
+		// We've resolved to exactly the type we want, so use that.
+		out.Set(resolvedv)
+		return true
+	}
+	// Perhaps we can use the value as a TextUnmarshaler to
+	// set its value.
+	if out.CanAddr() {
+		u, ok := out.Addr().Interface().(encoding.TextUnmarshaler)
+		if ok {
+			var text []byte
+			if tag == yaml_BINARY_TAG {
+				text = []byte(resolved.(string))
+			} else {
+				// We let any value be unmarshaled into TextUnmarshaler.
+				// That might be more lax than we'd like, but the
+				// TextUnmarshaler itself should bowl out any dubious values.
+				text = []byte(n.value)
+			}
+			err := u.UnmarshalText(text)
+			if err != nil {
+				fail(err)
+			}
+			return true
+		}
+	}
+	switch out.Kind() {
+	case reflect.String:
+		if tag == yaml_BINARY_TAG {
+			out.SetString(resolved.(string))
+			return true
+		}
+		if resolved != nil {
+			out.SetString(n.value)
+			return true
+		}
+	case reflect.Interface:
+		if resolved == nil {
+			out.Set(reflect.Zero(out.Type()))
+		} else if tag == yaml_TIMESTAMP_TAG {
+			// It looks like a timestamp but for backward compatibility
+			// reasons we set it as a string, so that code that unmarshals
+			// timestamp-like values into interface{} will continue to
+			// see a string and not a time.Time.
+			// TODO(v3) Drop this.
+			out.Set(reflect.ValueOf(n.value))
+		} else {
+			out.Set(reflect.ValueOf(resolved))
+		}
+		return true
+	case reflect.Int, reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64:
+		switch resolved := resolved.(type) {
+		case int:
+			if !out.OverflowInt(int64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetInt(int64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		case int64:
+			if !out.OverflowInt(resolved) {
+				out.SetInt(resolved)
+				return true
+			}
+		case uint64:
+			if resolved <= math.MaxInt64 && !out.OverflowInt(int64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetInt(int64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		case float64:
+			if resolved <= math.MaxInt64 && !out.OverflowInt(int64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetInt(int64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		case string:
+			if out.Type() == durationType {
+				d, err := time.ParseDuration(resolved)
+				if err == nil {
+					out.SetInt(int64(d))
+					return true
+				}
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint, reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64, reflect.Uintptr:
+		switch resolved := resolved.(type) {
+		case int:
+			if resolved >= 0 && !out.OverflowUint(uint64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetUint(uint64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		case int64:
+			if resolved >= 0 && !out.OverflowUint(uint64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetUint(uint64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		case uint64:
+			if !out.OverflowUint(uint64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetUint(uint64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		case float64:
+			if resolved <= math.MaxUint64 && !out.OverflowUint(uint64(resolved)) {
+				out.SetUint(uint64(resolved))
+				return true
+			}
+		}
+	case reflect.Bool:
+		switch resolved := resolved.(type) {
+		case bool:
+			out.SetBool(resolved)
+			return true
+		}
+	case reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64:
+		switch resolved := resolved.(type) {
+		case int:
+			out.SetFloat(float64(resolved))
+			return true
+		case int64:
+			out.SetFloat(float64(resolved))
+			return true
+		case uint64:
+			out.SetFloat(float64(resolved))
+			return true
+		case float64:
+			out.SetFloat(resolved)
+			return true
+		}
+	case reflect.Struct:
+		if resolvedv := reflect.ValueOf(resolved); out.Type() == resolvedv.Type() {
+			out.Set(resolvedv)
+			return true
+		}
+	case reflect.Ptr:
+		if out.Type().Elem() == reflect.TypeOf(resolved) {
+			// TODO DOes this make sense? When is out a Ptr except when decoding a nil value?
+			elem := reflect.New(out.Type().Elem())
+			elem.Elem().Set(reflect.ValueOf(resolved))
+			out.Set(elem)
+			return true
+		}
+	}
+	d.terror(n, tag, out)
+	return false
+}
+
+func settableValueOf(i interface{}) reflect.Value {
+	v := reflect.ValueOf(i)
+	sv := reflect.New(v.Type()).Elem()
+	sv.Set(v)
+	return sv
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) sequence(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	l := len(n.children)
+
+	var iface reflect.Value
+	switch out.Kind() {
+	case reflect.Slice:
+		out.Set(reflect.MakeSlice(out.Type(), l, l))
+	case reflect.Array:
+		if l != out.Len() {
+			failf("invalid array: want %d elements but got %d", out.Len(), l)
+		}
+	case reflect.Interface:
+		// No type hints. Will have to use a generic sequence.
+		iface = out
+		out = settableValueOf(make([]interface{}, l))
+	default:
+		d.terror(n, yaml_SEQ_TAG, out)
+		return false
+	}
+	et := out.Type().Elem()
+
+	j := 0
+	for i := 0; i < l; i++ {
+		e := reflect.New(et).Elem()
+		if ok := d.unmarshal(n.children[i], e); ok {
+			out.Index(j).Set(e)
+			j++
+		}
+	}
+	if out.Kind() != reflect.Array {
+		out.Set(out.Slice(0, j))
+	}
+	if iface.IsValid() {
+		iface.Set(out)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) mapping(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	switch out.Kind() {
+	case reflect.Struct:
+		return d.mappingStruct(n, out)
+	case reflect.Slice:
+		return d.mappingSlice(n, out)
+	case reflect.Map:
+		// okay
+	case reflect.Interface:
+		if d.mapType.Kind() == reflect.Map {
+			iface := out
+			out = reflect.MakeMap(d.mapType)
+			iface.Set(out)
+		} else {
+			slicev := reflect.New(d.mapType).Elem()
+			if !d.mappingSlice(n, slicev) {
+				return false
+			}
+			out.Set(slicev)
+			return true
+		}
+	default:
+		d.terror(n, yaml_MAP_TAG, out)
+		return false
+	}
+	outt := out.Type()
+	kt := outt.Key()
+	et := outt.Elem()
+
+	mapType := d.mapType
+	if outt.Key() == ifaceType && outt.Elem() == ifaceType {
+		d.mapType = outt
+	}
+
+	if out.IsNil() {
+		out.Set(reflect.MakeMap(outt))
+	}
+	l := len(n.children)
+	for i := 0; i < l; i += 2 {
+		if isMerge(n.children[i]) {
+			d.merge(n.children[i+1], out)
+			continue
+		}
+		k := reflect.New(kt).Elem()
+		if d.unmarshal(n.children[i], k) {
+			kkind := k.Kind()
+			if kkind == reflect.Interface {
+				kkind = k.Elem().Kind()
+			}
+			if kkind == reflect.Map || kkind == reflect.Slice {
+				failf("invalid map key: %#v", k.Interface())
+			}
+			e := reflect.New(et).Elem()
+			if d.unmarshal(n.children[i+1], e) {
+				d.setMapIndex(n.children[i+1], out, k, e)
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	d.mapType = mapType
+	return true
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) setMapIndex(n *node, out, k, v reflect.Value) {
+	if d.strict && out.MapIndex(k) != zeroValue {
+		d.terrors = append(d.terrors, fmt.Sprintf("line %d: key %#v already set in map", n.line+1, k.Interface()))
+		return
+	}
+	out.SetMapIndex(k, v)
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) mappingSlice(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	outt := out.Type()
+	if outt.Elem() != mapItemType {
+		d.terror(n, yaml_MAP_TAG, out)
+		return false
+	}
+
+	mapType := d.mapType
+	d.mapType = outt
+
+	var slice []MapItem
+	var l = len(n.children)
+	for i := 0; i < l; i += 2 {
+		if isMerge(n.children[i]) {
+			d.merge(n.children[i+1], out)
+			continue
+		}
+		item := MapItem{}
+		k := reflect.ValueOf(&item.Key).Elem()
+		if d.unmarshal(n.children[i], k) {
+			v := reflect.ValueOf(&item.Value).Elem()
+			if d.unmarshal(n.children[i+1], v) {
+				slice = append(slice, item)
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	out.Set(reflect.ValueOf(slice))
+	d.mapType = mapType
+	return true
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) mappingStruct(n *node, out reflect.Value) (good bool) {
+	sinfo, err := getStructInfo(out.Type())
+	if err != nil {
+		panic(err)
+	}
+	name := settableValueOf("")
+	l := len(n.children)
+
+	var inlineMap reflect.Value
+	var elemType reflect.Type
+	if sinfo.InlineMap != -1 {
+		inlineMap = out.Field(sinfo.InlineMap)
+		inlineMap.Set(reflect.New(inlineMap.Type()).Elem())
+		elemType = inlineMap.Type().Elem()
+	}
+
+	var doneFields []bool
+	if d.strict {
+		doneFields = make([]bool, len(sinfo.FieldsList))
+	}
+	for i := 0; i < l; i += 2 {
+		ni := n.children[i]
+		if isMerge(ni) {
+			d.merge(n.children[i+1], out)
+			continue
+		}
+		if !d.unmarshal(ni, name) {
+			continue
+		}
+		if info, ok := sinfo.FieldsMap[name.String()]; ok {
+			if d.strict {
+				if doneFields[info.Id] {
+					d.terrors = append(d.terrors, fmt.Sprintf("line %d: field %s already set in type %s", ni.line+1, name.String(), out.Type()))
+					continue
+				}
+				doneFields[info.Id] = true
+			}
+			var field reflect.Value
+			if info.Inline == nil {
+				field = out.Field(info.Num)
+			} else {
+				field = out.FieldByIndex(info.Inline)
+			}
+			d.unmarshal(n.children[i+1], field)
+		} else if sinfo.InlineMap != -1 {
+			if inlineMap.IsNil() {
+				inlineMap.Set(reflect.MakeMap(inlineMap.Type()))
+			}
+			value := reflect.New(elemType).Elem()
+			d.unmarshal(n.children[i+1], value)
+			d.setMapIndex(n.children[i+1], inlineMap, name, value)
+		} else if d.strict {
+			d.terrors = append(d.terrors, fmt.Sprintf("line %d: field %s not found in type %s", ni.line+1, name.String(), out.Type()))
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+func failWantMap() {
+	failf("map merge requires map or sequence of maps as the value")
+}
+
+func (d *decoder) merge(n *node, out reflect.Value) {
+	switch n.kind {
+	case mappingNode:
+		d.unmarshal(n, out)
+	case aliasNode:
+		an, ok := d.doc.anchors[n.value]
+		if ok && an.kind != mappingNode {
+			failWantMap()
+		}
+		d.unmarshal(n, out)
+	case sequenceNode:
+		// Step backwards as earlier nodes take precedence.
+		for i := len(n.children) - 1; i >= 0; i-- {
+			ni := n.children[i]
+			if ni.kind == aliasNode {
+				an, ok := d.doc.anchors[ni.value]
+				if ok && an.kind != mappingNode {
+					failWantMap()
+				}
+			} else if ni.kind != mappingNode {
+				failWantMap()
+			}
+			d.unmarshal(ni, out)
+		}
+	default:
+		failWantMap()
+	}
+}
+
+func isMerge(n *node) bool {
+	return n.kind == scalarNode && n.value == "<<" && (n.implicit == true || n.tag == yaml_MERGE_TAG)
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/emitterc.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/emitterc.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a1c2cc5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/emitterc.go
@@ -0,0 +1,1685 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+	"fmt"
+)
+
+// Flush the buffer if needed.
+func flush(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if emitter.buffer_pos+5 >= len(emitter.buffer) {
+		return yaml_emitter_flush(emitter)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Put a character to the output buffer.
+func put(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value byte) bool {
+	if emitter.buffer_pos+5 >= len(emitter.buffer) && !yaml_emitter_flush(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.buffer[emitter.buffer_pos] = value
+	emitter.buffer_pos++
+	emitter.column++
+	return true
+}
+
+// Put a line break to the output buffer.
+func put_break(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if emitter.buffer_pos+5 >= len(emitter.buffer) && !yaml_emitter_flush(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	switch emitter.line_break {
+	case yaml_CR_BREAK:
+		emitter.buffer[emitter.buffer_pos] = '\r'
+		emitter.buffer_pos += 1
+	case yaml_LN_BREAK:
+		emitter.buffer[emitter.buffer_pos] = '\n'
+		emitter.buffer_pos += 1
+	case yaml_CRLN_BREAK:
+		emitter.buffer[emitter.buffer_pos+0] = '\r'
+		emitter.buffer[emitter.buffer_pos+1] = '\n'
+		emitter.buffer_pos += 2
+	default:
+		panic("unknown line break setting")
+	}
+	emitter.column = 0
+	emitter.line++
+	return true
+}
+
+// Copy a character from a string into buffer.
+func write(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, s []byte, i *int) bool {
+	if emitter.buffer_pos+5 >= len(emitter.buffer) && !yaml_emitter_flush(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	p := emitter.buffer_pos
+	w := width(s[*i])
+	switch w {
+	case 4:
+		emitter.buffer[p+3] = s[*i+3]
+		fallthrough
+	case 3:
+		emitter.buffer[p+2] = s[*i+2]
+		fallthrough
+	case 2:
+		emitter.buffer[p+1] = s[*i+1]
+		fallthrough
+	case 1:
+		emitter.buffer[p+0] = s[*i+0]
+	default:
+		panic("unknown character width")
+	}
+	emitter.column++
+	emitter.buffer_pos += w
+	*i += w
+	return true
+}
+
+// Write a whole string into buffer.
+func write_all(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, s []byte) bool {
+	for i := 0; i < len(s); {
+		if !write(emitter, s, &i) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Copy a line break character from a string into buffer.
+func write_break(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, s []byte, i *int) bool {
+	if s[*i] == '\n' {
+		if !put_break(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+		*i++
+	} else {
+		if !write(emitter, s, i) {
+			return false
+		}
+		emitter.column = 0
+		emitter.line++
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Set an emitter error and return false.
+func yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, problem string) bool {
+	emitter.error = yaml_EMITTER_ERROR
+	emitter.problem = problem
+	return false
+}
+
+// Emit an event.
+func yaml_emitter_emit(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	emitter.events = append(emitter.events, *event)
+	for !yaml_emitter_need_more_events(emitter) {
+		event := &emitter.events[emitter.events_head]
+		if !yaml_emitter_analyze_event(emitter, event) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_state_machine(emitter, event) {
+			return false
+		}
+		yaml_event_delete(event)
+		emitter.events_head++
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if we need to accumulate more events before emitting.
+//
+// We accumulate extra
+//  - 1 event for DOCUMENT-START
+//  - 2 events for SEQUENCE-START
+//  - 3 events for MAPPING-START
+//
+func yaml_emitter_need_more_events(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if emitter.events_head == len(emitter.events) {
+		return true
+	}
+	var accumulate int
+	switch emitter.events[emitter.events_head].typ {
+	case yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT:
+		accumulate = 1
+		break
+	case yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT:
+		accumulate = 2
+		break
+	case yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT:
+		accumulate = 3
+		break
+	default:
+		return false
+	}
+	if len(emitter.events)-emitter.events_head > accumulate {
+		return false
+	}
+	var level int
+	for i := emitter.events_head; i < len(emitter.events); i++ {
+		switch emitter.events[i].typ {
+		case yaml_STREAM_START_EVENT, yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT, yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT, yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT:
+			level++
+		case yaml_STREAM_END_EVENT, yaml_DOCUMENT_END_EVENT, yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT, yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT:
+			level--
+		}
+		if level == 0 {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Append a directive to the directives stack.
+func yaml_emitter_append_tag_directive(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value *yaml_tag_directive_t, allow_duplicates bool) bool {
+	for i := 0; i < len(emitter.tag_directives); i++ {
+		if bytes.Equal(value.handle, emitter.tag_directives[i].handle) {
+			if allow_duplicates {
+				return true
+			}
+			return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "duplicate %TAG directive")
+		}
+	}
+
+	// [Go] Do we actually need to copy this given garbage collection
+	// and the lack of deallocating destructors?
+	tag_copy := yaml_tag_directive_t{
+		handle: make([]byte, len(value.handle)),
+		prefix: make([]byte, len(value.prefix)),
+	}
+	copy(tag_copy.handle, value.handle)
+	copy(tag_copy.prefix, value.prefix)
+	emitter.tag_directives = append(emitter.tag_directives, tag_copy)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Increase the indentation level.
+func yaml_emitter_increase_indent(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, flow, indentless bool) bool {
+	emitter.indents = append(emitter.indents, emitter.indent)
+	if emitter.indent < 0 {
+		if flow {
+			emitter.indent = emitter.best_indent
+		} else {
+			emitter.indent = 0
+		}
+	} else if !indentless {
+		emitter.indent += emitter.best_indent
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// State dispatcher.
+func yaml_emitter_state_machine(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	switch emitter.state {
+	default:
+	case yaml_EMIT_STREAM_START_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_stream_start(emitter, event)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FIRST_DOCUMENT_START_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_document_start(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_DOCUMENT_START_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_document_start(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_DOCUMENT_CONTENT_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_document_content(emitter, event)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_DOCUMENT_END_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_document_end(emitter, event)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FLOW_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ITEM_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_flow_sequence_item(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ITEM_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_flow_sequence_item(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_flow_mapping_key(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_flow_mapping_key(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_SIMPLE_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_flow_mapping_value(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_flow_mapping_value(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ITEM_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_block_sequence_item(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_ITEM_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_block_sequence_item(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_block_mapping_key(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_block_mapping_key(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_SIMPLE_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_block_mapping_value(emitter, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_block_mapping_value(emitter, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_EMIT_END_STATE:
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "expected nothing after STREAM-END")
+	}
+	panic("invalid emitter state")
+}
+
+// Expect STREAM-START.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_stream_start(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	if event.typ != yaml_STREAM_START_EVENT {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "expected STREAM-START")
+	}
+	if emitter.encoding == yaml_ANY_ENCODING {
+		emitter.encoding = event.encoding
+		if emitter.encoding == yaml_ANY_ENCODING {
+			emitter.encoding = yaml_UTF8_ENCODING
+		}
+	}
+	if emitter.best_indent < 2 || emitter.best_indent > 9 {
+		emitter.best_indent = 2
+	}
+	if emitter.best_width >= 0 && emitter.best_width <= emitter.best_indent*2 {
+		emitter.best_width = 80
+	}
+	if emitter.best_width < 0 {
+		emitter.best_width = 1<<31 - 1
+	}
+	if emitter.line_break == yaml_ANY_BREAK {
+		emitter.line_break = yaml_LN_BREAK
+	}
+
+	emitter.indent = -1
+	emitter.line = 0
+	emitter.column = 0
+	emitter.whitespace = true
+	emitter.indention = true
+
+	if emitter.encoding != yaml_UTF8_ENCODING {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_bom(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_FIRST_DOCUMENT_START_STATE
+	return true
+}
+
+// Expect DOCUMENT-START or STREAM-END.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_document_start(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+
+	if event.typ == yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT {
+
+		if event.version_directive != nil {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_version_directive(emitter, event.version_directive) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		for i := 0; i < len(event.tag_directives); i++ {
+			tag_directive := &event.tag_directives[i]
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_tag_directive(emitter, tag_directive) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_append_tag_directive(emitter, tag_directive, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		for i := 0; i < len(default_tag_directives); i++ {
+			tag_directive := &default_tag_directives[i]
+			if !yaml_emitter_append_tag_directive(emitter, tag_directive, true) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		implicit := event.implicit
+		if !first || emitter.canonical {
+			implicit = false
+		}
+
+		if emitter.open_ended && (event.version_directive != nil || len(event.tag_directives) > 0) {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("..."), true, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		if event.version_directive != nil {
+			implicit = false
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("%YAML"), true, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("1.1"), true, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		if len(event.tag_directives) > 0 {
+			implicit = false
+			for i := 0; i < len(event.tag_directives); i++ {
+				tag_directive := &event.tag_directives[i]
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("%TAG"), true, false, false) {
+					return false
+				}
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_tag_handle(emitter, tag_directive.handle) {
+					return false
+				}
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_tag_content(emitter, tag_directive.prefix, true) {
+					return false
+				}
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+		}
+
+		if yaml_emitter_check_empty_document(emitter) {
+			implicit = false
+		}
+		if !implicit {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("---"), true, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if emitter.canonical {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+		}
+
+		emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_DOCUMENT_CONTENT_STATE
+		return true
+	}
+
+	if event.typ == yaml_STREAM_END_EVENT {
+		if emitter.open_ended {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("..."), true, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_flush(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+		emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_END_STATE
+		return true
+	}
+
+	return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "expected DOCUMENT-START or STREAM-END")
+}
+
+// Expect the root node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_document_content(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_DOCUMENT_END_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, true, false, false, false)
+}
+
+// Expect DOCUMENT-END.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_document_end(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	if event.typ != yaml_DOCUMENT_END_EVENT {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "expected DOCUMENT-END")
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !event.implicit {
+		// [Go] Allocate the slice elsewhere.
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("..."), true, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_flush(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_DOCUMENT_START_STATE
+	emitter.tag_directives = emitter.tag_directives[:0]
+	return true
+}
+
+// Expect a flow item node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_flow_sequence_item(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'['}, true, true, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_increase_indent(emitter, true, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		emitter.flow_level++
+	}
+
+	if event.typ == yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT {
+		emitter.flow_level--
+		emitter.indent = emitter.indents[len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		emitter.indents = emitter.indents[:len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		if emitter.canonical && !first {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{','}, false, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{']'}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		emitter.state = emitter.states[len(emitter.states)-1]
+		emitter.states = emitter.states[:len(emitter.states)-1]
+
+		return true
+	}
+
+	if !first {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{','}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	if emitter.canonical || emitter.column > emitter.best_width {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ITEM_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, true, false, false)
+}
+
+// Expect a flow key node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_flow_mapping_key(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'{'}, true, true, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_increase_indent(emitter, true, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		emitter.flow_level++
+	}
+
+	if event.typ == yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT {
+		emitter.flow_level--
+		emitter.indent = emitter.indents[len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		emitter.indents = emitter.indents[:len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		if emitter.canonical && !first {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{','}, false, false, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'}'}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		emitter.state = emitter.states[len(emitter.states)-1]
+		emitter.states = emitter.states[:len(emitter.states)-1]
+		return true
+	}
+
+	if !first {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{','}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if emitter.canonical || emitter.column > emitter.best_width {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	if !emitter.canonical && yaml_emitter_check_simple_key(emitter) {
+		emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_SIMPLE_VALUE_STATE)
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, false, true, true)
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'?'}, true, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, false, true, false)
+}
+
+// Expect a flow value node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_flow_mapping_value(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, simple bool) bool {
+	if simple {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{':'}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	} else {
+		if emitter.canonical || emitter.column > emitter.best_width {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{':'}, true, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_KEY_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, false, true, false)
+}
+
+// Expect a block item node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_block_sequence_item(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		if !yaml_emitter_increase_indent(emitter, false, emitter.mapping_context && !emitter.indention) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if event.typ == yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT {
+		emitter.indent = emitter.indents[len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		emitter.indents = emitter.indents[:len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		emitter.state = emitter.states[len(emitter.states)-1]
+		emitter.states = emitter.states[:len(emitter.states)-1]
+		return true
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'-'}, true, false, true) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_ITEM_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, true, false, false)
+}
+
+// Expect a block key node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_block_mapping_key(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		if !yaml_emitter_increase_indent(emitter, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if event.typ == yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT {
+		emitter.indent = emitter.indents[len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		emitter.indents = emitter.indents[:len(emitter.indents)-1]
+		emitter.state = emitter.states[len(emitter.states)-1]
+		emitter.states = emitter.states[:len(emitter.states)-1]
+		return true
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if yaml_emitter_check_simple_key(emitter) {
+		emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_SIMPLE_VALUE_STATE)
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, false, true, true)
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'?'}, true, false, true) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, false, true, false)
+}
+
+// Expect a block value node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_block_mapping_value(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t, simple bool) bool {
+	if simple {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{':'}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	} else {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{':'}, true, false, true) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.states = append(emitter.states, yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_KEY_STATE)
+	return yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter, event, false, false, true, false)
+}
+
+// Expect a node.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_node(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t,
+	root bool, sequence bool, mapping bool, simple_key bool) bool {
+
+	emitter.root_context = root
+	emitter.sequence_context = sequence
+	emitter.mapping_context = mapping
+	emitter.simple_key_context = simple_key
+
+	switch event.typ {
+	case yaml_ALIAS_EVENT:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_alias(emitter, event)
+	case yaml_SCALAR_EVENT:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_scalar(emitter, event)
+	case yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_sequence_start(emitter, event)
+	case yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT:
+		return yaml_emitter_emit_mapping_start(emitter, event)
+	default:
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter,
+			fmt.Sprintf("expected SCALAR, SEQUENCE-START, MAPPING-START, or ALIAS, but got %v", event.typ))
+	}
+}
+
+// Expect ALIAS.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_alias(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_anchor(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.state = emitter.states[len(emitter.states)-1]
+	emitter.states = emitter.states[:len(emitter.states)-1]
+	return true
+}
+
+// Expect SCALAR.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	if !yaml_emitter_select_scalar_style(emitter, event) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_anchor(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_tag(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_increase_indent(emitter, true, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_scalar(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.indent = emitter.indents[len(emitter.indents)-1]
+	emitter.indents = emitter.indents[:len(emitter.indents)-1]
+	emitter.state = emitter.states[len(emitter.states)-1]
+	emitter.states = emitter.states[:len(emitter.states)-1]
+	return true
+}
+
+// Expect SEQUENCE-START.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_sequence_start(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_anchor(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_tag(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if emitter.flow_level > 0 || emitter.canonical || event.sequence_style() == yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_STYLE ||
+		yaml_emitter_check_empty_sequence(emitter) {
+		emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_FLOW_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ITEM_STATE
+	} else {
+		emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ITEM_STATE
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Expect MAPPING-START.
+func yaml_emitter_emit_mapping_start(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_anchor(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_process_tag(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if emitter.flow_level > 0 || emitter.canonical || event.mapping_style() == yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_STYLE ||
+		yaml_emitter_check_empty_mapping(emitter) {
+		emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_FLOW_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE
+	} else {
+		emitter.state = yaml_EMIT_BLOCK_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if the document content is an empty scalar.
+func yaml_emitter_check_empty_document(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	return false // [Go] Huh?
+}
+
+// Check if the next events represent an empty sequence.
+func yaml_emitter_check_empty_sequence(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if len(emitter.events)-emitter.events_head < 2 {
+		return false
+	}
+	return emitter.events[emitter.events_head].typ == yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT &&
+		emitter.events[emitter.events_head+1].typ == yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT
+}
+
+// Check if the next events represent an empty mapping.
+func yaml_emitter_check_empty_mapping(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if len(emitter.events)-emitter.events_head < 2 {
+		return false
+	}
+	return emitter.events[emitter.events_head].typ == yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT &&
+		emitter.events[emitter.events_head+1].typ == yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT
+}
+
+// Check if the next node can be expressed as a simple key.
+func yaml_emitter_check_simple_key(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	length := 0
+	switch emitter.events[emitter.events_head].typ {
+	case yaml_ALIAS_EVENT:
+		length += len(emitter.anchor_data.anchor)
+	case yaml_SCALAR_EVENT:
+		if emitter.scalar_data.multiline {
+			return false
+		}
+		length += len(emitter.anchor_data.anchor) +
+			len(emitter.tag_data.handle) +
+			len(emitter.tag_data.suffix) +
+			len(emitter.scalar_data.value)
+	case yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT:
+		if !yaml_emitter_check_empty_sequence(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+		length += len(emitter.anchor_data.anchor) +
+			len(emitter.tag_data.handle) +
+			len(emitter.tag_data.suffix)
+	case yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT:
+		if !yaml_emitter_check_empty_mapping(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+		length += len(emitter.anchor_data.anchor) +
+			len(emitter.tag_data.handle) +
+			len(emitter.tag_data.suffix)
+	default:
+		return false
+	}
+	return length <= 128
+}
+
+// Determine an acceptable scalar style.
+func yaml_emitter_select_scalar_style(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+
+	no_tag := len(emitter.tag_data.handle) == 0 && len(emitter.tag_data.suffix) == 0
+	if no_tag && !event.implicit && !event.quoted_implicit {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "neither tag nor implicit flags are specified")
+	}
+
+	style := event.scalar_style()
+	if style == yaml_ANY_SCALAR_STYLE {
+		style = yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE
+	}
+	if emitter.canonical {
+		style = yaml_DOUBLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+	}
+	if emitter.simple_key_context && emitter.scalar_data.multiline {
+		style = yaml_DOUBLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+	}
+
+	if style == yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE {
+		if emitter.flow_level > 0 && !emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed ||
+			emitter.flow_level == 0 && !emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed {
+			style = yaml_SINGLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+		}
+		if len(emitter.scalar_data.value) == 0 && (emitter.flow_level > 0 || emitter.simple_key_context) {
+			style = yaml_SINGLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+		}
+		if no_tag && !event.implicit {
+			style = yaml_SINGLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+		}
+	}
+	if style == yaml_SINGLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE {
+		if !emitter.scalar_data.single_quoted_allowed {
+			style = yaml_DOUBLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+		}
+	}
+	if style == yaml_LITERAL_SCALAR_STYLE || style == yaml_FOLDED_SCALAR_STYLE {
+		if !emitter.scalar_data.block_allowed || emitter.flow_level > 0 || emitter.simple_key_context {
+			style = yaml_DOUBLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+		}
+	}
+
+	if no_tag && !event.quoted_implicit && style != yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE {
+		emitter.tag_data.handle = []byte{'!'}
+	}
+	emitter.scalar_data.style = style
+	return true
+}
+
+// Write an anchor.
+func yaml_emitter_process_anchor(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if emitter.anchor_data.anchor == nil {
+		return true
+	}
+	c := []byte{'&'}
+	if emitter.anchor_data.alias {
+		c[0] = '*'
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, c, true, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	return yaml_emitter_write_anchor(emitter, emitter.anchor_data.anchor)
+}
+
+// Write a tag.
+func yaml_emitter_process_tag(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if len(emitter.tag_data.handle) == 0 && len(emitter.tag_data.suffix) == 0 {
+		return true
+	}
+	if len(emitter.tag_data.handle) > 0 {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_tag_handle(emitter, emitter.tag_data.handle) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if len(emitter.tag_data.suffix) > 0 {
+			if !yaml_emitter_write_tag_content(emitter, emitter.tag_data.suffix, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	} else {
+		// [Go] Allocate these slices elsewhere.
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte("!<"), true, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_tag_content(emitter, emitter.tag_data.suffix, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'>'}, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Write a scalar.
+func yaml_emitter_process_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	switch emitter.scalar_data.style {
+	case yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE:
+		return yaml_emitter_write_plain_scalar(emitter, emitter.scalar_data.value, !emitter.simple_key_context)
+
+	case yaml_SINGLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE:
+		return yaml_emitter_write_single_quoted_scalar(emitter, emitter.scalar_data.value, !emitter.simple_key_context)
+
+	case yaml_DOUBLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE:
+		return yaml_emitter_write_double_quoted_scalar(emitter, emitter.scalar_data.value, !emitter.simple_key_context)
+
+	case yaml_LITERAL_SCALAR_STYLE:
+		return yaml_emitter_write_literal_scalar(emitter, emitter.scalar_data.value)
+
+	case yaml_FOLDED_SCALAR_STYLE:
+		return yaml_emitter_write_folded_scalar(emitter, emitter.scalar_data.value)
+	}
+	panic("unknown scalar style")
+}
+
+// Check if a %YAML directive is valid.
+func yaml_emitter_analyze_version_directive(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, version_directive *yaml_version_directive_t) bool {
+	if version_directive.major != 1 || version_directive.minor != 1 {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "incompatible %YAML directive")
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if a %TAG directive is valid.
+func yaml_emitter_analyze_tag_directive(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, tag_directive *yaml_tag_directive_t) bool {
+	handle := tag_directive.handle
+	prefix := tag_directive.prefix
+	if len(handle) == 0 {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "tag handle must not be empty")
+	}
+	if handle[0] != '!' {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "tag handle must start with '!'")
+	}
+	if handle[len(handle)-1] != '!' {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "tag handle must end with '!'")
+	}
+	for i := 1; i < len(handle)-1; i += width(handle[i]) {
+		if !is_alpha(handle, i) {
+			return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "tag handle must contain alphanumerical characters only")
+		}
+	}
+	if len(prefix) == 0 {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "tag prefix must not be empty")
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if an anchor is valid.
+func yaml_emitter_analyze_anchor(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, anchor []byte, alias bool) bool {
+	if len(anchor) == 0 {
+		problem := "anchor value must not be empty"
+		if alias {
+			problem = "alias value must not be empty"
+		}
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, problem)
+	}
+	for i := 0; i < len(anchor); i += width(anchor[i]) {
+		if !is_alpha(anchor, i) {
+			problem := "anchor value must contain alphanumerical characters only"
+			if alias {
+				problem = "alias value must contain alphanumerical characters only"
+			}
+			return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, problem)
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.anchor_data.anchor = anchor
+	emitter.anchor_data.alias = alias
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if a tag is valid.
+func yaml_emitter_analyze_tag(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, tag []byte) bool {
+	if len(tag) == 0 {
+		return yaml_emitter_set_emitter_error(emitter, "tag value must not be empty")
+	}
+	for i := 0; i < len(emitter.tag_directives); i++ {
+		tag_directive := &emitter.tag_directives[i]
+		if bytes.HasPrefix(tag, tag_directive.prefix) {
+			emitter.tag_data.handle = tag_directive.handle
+			emitter.tag_data.suffix = tag[len(tag_directive.prefix):]
+			return true
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.tag_data.suffix = tag
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if a scalar is valid.
+func yaml_emitter_analyze_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte) bool {
+	var (
+		block_indicators   = false
+		flow_indicators    = false
+		line_breaks        = false
+		special_characters = false
+
+		leading_space  = false
+		leading_break  = false
+		trailing_space = false
+		trailing_break = false
+		break_space    = false
+		space_break    = false
+
+		preceded_by_whitespace = false
+		followed_by_whitespace = false
+		previous_space         = false
+		previous_break         = false
+	)
+
+	emitter.scalar_data.value = value
+
+	if len(value) == 0 {
+		emitter.scalar_data.multiline = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = true
+		emitter.scalar_data.single_quoted_allowed = true
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_allowed = false
+		return true
+	}
+
+	if len(value) >= 3 && ((value[0] == '-' && value[1] == '-' && value[2] == '-') || (value[0] == '.' && value[1] == '.' && value[2] == '.')) {
+		block_indicators = true
+		flow_indicators = true
+	}
+
+	preceded_by_whitespace = true
+	for i, w := 0, 0; i < len(value); i += w {
+		w = width(value[i])
+		followed_by_whitespace = i+w >= len(value) || is_blank(value, i+w)
+
+		if i == 0 {
+			switch value[i] {
+			case '#', ',', '[', ']', '{', '}', '&', '*', '!', '|', '>', '\'', '"', '%', '@', '`':
+				flow_indicators = true
+				block_indicators = true
+			case '?', ':':
+				flow_indicators = true
+				if followed_by_whitespace {
+					block_indicators = true
+				}
+			case '-':
+				if followed_by_whitespace {
+					flow_indicators = true
+					block_indicators = true
+				}
+			}
+		} else {
+			switch value[i] {
+			case ',', '?', '[', ']', '{', '}':
+				flow_indicators = true
+			case ':':
+				flow_indicators = true
+				if followed_by_whitespace {
+					block_indicators = true
+				}
+			case '#':
+				if preceded_by_whitespace {
+					flow_indicators = true
+					block_indicators = true
+				}
+			}
+		}
+
+		if !is_printable(value, i) || !is_ascii(value, i) && !emitter.unicode {
+			special_characters = true
+		}
+		if is_space(value, i) {
+			if i == 0 {
+				leading_space = true
+			}
+			if i+width(value[i]) == len(value) {
+				trailing_space = true
+			}
+			if previous_break {
+				break_space = true
+			}
+			previous_space = true
+			previous_break = false
+		} else if is_break(value, i) {
+			line_breaks = true
+			if i == 0 {
+				leading_break = true
+			}
+			if i+width(value[i]) == len(value) {
+				trailing_break = true
+			}
+			if previous_space {
+				space_break = true
+			}
+			previous_space = false
+			previous_break = true
+		} else {
+			previous_space = false
+			previous_break = false
+		}
+
+		// [Go]: Why 'z'? Couldn't be the end of the string as that's the loop condition.
+		preceded_by_whitespace = is_blankz(value, i)
+	}
+
+	emitter.scalar_data.multiline = line_breaks
+	emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = true
+	emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = true
+	emitter.scalar_data.single_quoted_allowed = true
+	emitter.scalar_data.block_allowed = true
+
+	if leading_space || leading_break || trailing_space || trailing_break {
+		emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = false
+	}
+	if trailing_space {
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_allowed = false
+	}
+	if break_space {
+		emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.single_quoted_allowed = false
+	}
+	if space_break || special_characters {
+		emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.single_quoted_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_allowed = false
+	}
+	if line_breaks {
+		emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = false
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = false
+	}
+	if flow_indicators {
+		emitter.scalar_data.flow_plain_allowed = false
+	}
+	if block_indicators {
+		emitter.scalar_data.block_plain_allowed = false
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if the event data is valid.
+func yaml_emitter_analyze_event(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+
+	emitter.anchor_data.anchor = nil
+	emitter.tag_data.handle = nil
+	emitter.tag_data.suffix = nil
+	emitter.scalar_data.value = nil
+
+	switch event.typ {
+	case yaml_ALIAS_EVENT:
+		if !yaml_emitter_analyze_anchor(emitter, event.anchor, true) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+	case yaml_SCALAR_EVENT:
+		if len(event.anchor) > 0 {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_anchor(emitter, event.anchor, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if len(event.tag) > 0 && (emitter.canonical || (!event.implicit && !event.quoted_implicit)) {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_tag(emitter, event.tag) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if !yaml_emitter_analyze_scalar(emitter, event.value) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+	case yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT:
+		if len(event.anchor) > 0 {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_anchor(emitter, event.anchor, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if len(event.tag) > 0 && (emitter.canonical || !event.implicit) {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_tag(emitter, event.tag) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+	case yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT:
+		if len(event.anchor) > 0 {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_anchor(emitter, event.anchor, false) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if len(event.tag) > 0 && (emitter.canonical || !event.implicit) {
+			if !yaml_emitter_analyze_tag(emitter, event.tag) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Write the BOM character.
+func yaml_emitter_write_bom(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	if !flush(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	pos := emitter.buffer_pos
+	emitter.buffer[pos+0] = '\xEF'
+	emitter.buffer[pos+1] = '\xBB'
+	emitter.buffer[pos+2] = '\xBF'
+	emitter.buffer_pos += 3
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter *yaml_emitter_t) bool {
+	indent := emitter.indent
+	if indent < 0 {
+		indent = 0
+	}
+	if !emitter.indention || emitter.column > indent || (emitter.column == indent && !emitter.whitespace) {
+		if !put_break(emitter) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	for emitter.column < indent {
+		if !put(emitter, ' ') {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = true
+	emitter.indention = true
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, indicator []byte, need_whitespace, is_whitespace, is_indention bool) bool {
+	if need_whitespace && !emitter.whitespace {
+		if !put(emitter, ' ') {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if !write_all(emitter, indicator) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = is_whitespace
+	emitter.indention = (emitter.indention && is_indention)
+	emitter.open_ended = false
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_anchor(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte) bool {
+	if !write_all(emitter, value) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = false
+	emitter.indention = false
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_tag_handle(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte) bool {
+	if !emitter.whitespace {
+		if !put(emitter, ' ') {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if !write_all(emitter, value) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = false
+	emitter.indention = false
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_tag_content(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte, need_whitespace bool) bool {
+	if need_whitespace && !emitter.whitespace {
+		if !put(emitter, ' ') {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	for i := 0; i < len(value); {
+		var must_write bool
+		switch value[i] {
+		case ';', '/', '?', ':', '@', '&', '=', '+', '$', ',', '_', '.', '~', '*', '\'', '(', ')', '[', ']':
+			must_write = true
+		default:
+			must_write = is_alpha(value, i)
+		}
+		if must_write {
+			if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+		} else {
+			w := width(value[i])
+			for k := 0; k < w; k++ {
+				octet := value[i]
+				i++
+				if !put(emitter, '%') {
+					return false
+				}
+
+				c := octet >> 4
+				if c < 10 {
+					c += '0'
+				} else {
+					c += 'A' - 10
+				}
+				if !put(emitter, c) {
+					return false
+				}
+
+				c = octet & 0x0f
+				if c < 10 {
+					c += '0'
+				} else {
+					c += 'A' - 10
+				}
+				if !put(emitter, c) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = false
+	emitter.indention = false
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_plain_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte, allow_breaks bool) bool {
+	if !emitter.whitespace {
+		if !put(emitter, ' ') {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	spaces := false
+	breaks := false
+	for i := 0; i < len(value); {
+		if is_space(value, i) {
+			if allow_breaks && !spaces && emitter.column > emitter.best_width && !is_space(value, i+1) {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+				i += width(value[i])
+			} else {
+				if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			spaces = true
+		} else if is_break(value, i) {
+			if !breaks && value[i] == '\n' {
+				if !put_break(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			if !write_break(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = true
+			breaks = true
+		} else {
+			if breaks {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = false
+			spaces = false
+			breaks = false
+		}
+	}
+
+	emitter.whitespace = false
+	emitter.indention = false
+	if emitter.root_context {
+		emitter.open_ended = true
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_single_quoted_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte, allow_breaks bool) bool {
+
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'\''}, true, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	spaces := false
+	breaks := false
+	for i := 0; i < len(value); {
+		if is_space(value, i) {
+			if allow_breaks && !spaces && emitter.column > emitter.best_width && i > 0 && i < len(value)-1 && !is_space(value, i+1) {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+				i += width(value[i])
+			} else {
+				if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			spaces = true
+		} else if is_break(value, i) {
+			if !breaks && value[i] == '\n' {
+				if !put_break(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			if !write_break(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = true
+			breaks = true
+		} else {
+			if breaks {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			if value[i] == '\'' {
+				if !put(emitter, '\'') {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = false
+			spaces = false
+			breaks = false
+		}
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'\''}, false, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = false
+	emitter.indention = false
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_double_quoted_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte, allow_breaks bool) bool {
+	spaces := false
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'"'}, true, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	for i := 0; i < len(value); {
+		if !is_printable(value, i) || (!emitter.unicode && !is_ascii(value, i)) ||
+			is_bom(value, i) || is_break(value, i) ||
+			value[i] == '"' || value[i] == '\\' {
+
+			octet := value[i]
+
+			var w int
+			var v rune
+			switch {
+			case octet&0x80 == 0x00:
+				w, v = 1, rune(octet&0x7F)
+			case octet&0xE0 == 0xC0:
+				w, v = 2, rune(octet&0x1F)
+			case octet&0xF0 == 0xE0:
+				w, v = 3, rune(octet&0x0F)
+			case octet&0xF8 == 0xF0:
+				w, v = 4, rune(octet&0x07)
+			}
+			for k := 1; k < w; k++ {
+				octet = value[i+k]
+				v = (v << 6) + (rune(octet) & 0x3F)
+			}
+			i += w
+
+			if !put(emitter, '\\') {
+				return false
+			}
+
+			var ok bool
+			switch v {
+			case 0x00:
+				ok = put(emitter, '0')
+			case 0x07:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'a')
+			case 0x08:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'b')
+			case 0x09:
+				ok = put(emitter, 't')
+			case 0x0A:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'n')
+			case 0x0b:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'v')
+			case 0x0c:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'f')
+			case 0x0d:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'r')
+			case 0x1b:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'e')
+			case 0x22:
+				ok = put(emitter, '"')
+			case 0x5c:
+				ok = put(emitter, '\\')
+			case 0x85:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'N')
+			case 0xA0:
+				ok = put(emitter, '_')
+			case 0x2028:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'L')
+			case 0x2029:
+				ok = put(emitter, 'P')
+			default:
+				if v <= 0xFF {
+					ok = put(emitter, 'x')
+					w = 2
+				} else if v <= 0xFFFF {
+					ok = put(emitter, 'u')
+					w = 4
+				} else {
+					ok = put(emitter, 'U')
+					w = 8
+				}
+				for k := (w - 1) * 4; ok && k >= 0; k -= 4 {
+					digit := byte((v >> uint(k)) & 0x0F)
+					if digit < 10 {
+						ok = put(emitter, digit+'0')
+					} else {
+						ok = put(emitter, digit+'A'-10)
+					}
+				}
+			}
+			if !ok {
+				return false
+			}
+			spaces = false
+		} else if is_space(value, i) {
+			if allow_breaks && !spaces && emitter.column > emitter.best_width && i > 0 && i < len(value)-1 {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+				if is_space(value, i+1) {
+					if !put(emitter, '\\') {
+						return false
+					}
+				}
+				i += width(value[i])
+			} else if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			spaces = true
+		} else {
+			if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			spaces = false
+		}
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'"'}, false, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.whitespace = false
+	emitter.indention = false
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_block_scalar_hints(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte) bool {
+	if is_space(value, 0) || is_break(value, 0) {
+		indent_hint := []byte{'0' + byte(emitter.best_indent)}
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, indent_hint, false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	emitter.open_ended = false
+
+	var chomp_hint [1]byte
+	if len(value) == 0 {
+		chomp_hint[0] = '-'
+	} else {
+		i := len(value) - 1
+		for value[i]&0xC0 == 0x80 {
+			i--
+		}
+		if !is_break(value, i) {
+			chomp_hint[0] = '-'
+		} else if i == 0 {
+			chomp_hint[0] = '+'
+			emitter.open_ended = true
+		} else {
+			i--
+			for value[i]&0xC0 == 0x80 {
+				i--
+			}
+			if is_break(value, i) {
+				chomp_hint[0] = '+'
+				emitter.open_ended = true
+			}
+		}
+	}
+	if chomp_hint[0] != 0 {
+		if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, chomp_hint[:], false, false, false) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_literal_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte) bool {
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'|'}, true, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_block_scalar_hints(emitter, value) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !put_break(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.indention = true
+	emitter.whitespace = true
+	breaks := true
+	for i := 0; i < len(value); {
+		if is_break(value, i) {
+			if !write_break(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = true
+			breaks = true
+		} else {
+			if breaks {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = false
+			breaks = false
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_emitter_write_folded_scalar(emitter *yaml_emitter_t, value []byte) bool {
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_indicator(emitter, []byte{'>'}, true, false, false) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !yaml_emitter_write_block_scalar_hints(emitter, value) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if !put_break(emitter) {
+		return false
+	}
+	emitter.indention = true
+	emitter.whitespace = true
+
+	breaks := true
+	leading_spaces := true
+	for i := 0; i < len(value); {
+		if is_break(value, i) {
+			if !breaks && !leading_spaces && value[i] == '\n' {
+				k := 0
+				for is_break(value, k) {
+					k += width(value[k])
+				}
+				if !is_blankz(value, k) {
+					if !put_break(emitter) {
+						return false
+					}
+				}
+			}
+			if !write_break(emitter, value, &i) {
+				return false
+			}
+			emitter.indention = true
+			breaks = true
+		} else {
+			if breaks {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+				leading_spaces = is_blank(value, i)
+			}
+			if !breaks && is_space(value, i) && !is_space(value, i+1) && emitter.column > emitter.best_width {
+				if !yaml_emitter_write_indent(emitter) {
+					return false
+				}
+				i += width(value[i])
+			} else {
+				if !write(emitter, value, &i) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+			emitter.indention = false
+			breaks = false
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/encode.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/encode.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0ee738e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/encode.go
@@ -0,0 +1,390 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"encoding"
+	"fmt"
+	"io"
+	"reflect"
+	"regexp"
+	"sort"
+	"strconv"
+	"strings"
+	"time"
+	"unicode/utf8"
+)
+
+// jsonNumber is the interface of the encoding/json.Number datatype.
+// Repeating the interface here avoids a dependency on encoding/json, and also
+// supports other libraries like jsoniter, which use a similar datatype with
+// the same interface. Detecting this interface is useful when dealing with
+// structures containing json.Number, which is a string under the hood. The
+// encoder should prefer the use of Int64(), Float64() and string(), in that
+// order, when encoding this type.
+type jsonNumber interface {
+	Float64() (float64, error)
+	Int64() (int64, error)
+	String() string
+}
+
+type encoder struct {
+	emitter yaml_emitter_t
+	event   yaml_event_t
+	out     []byte
+	flow    bool
+	// doneInit holds whether the initial stream_start_event has been
+	// emitted.
+	doneInit bool
+}
+
+func newEncoder() *encoder {
+	e := &encoder{}
+	yaml_emitter_initialize(&e.emitter)
+	yaml_emitter_set_output_string(&e.emitter, &e.out)
+	yaml_emitter_set_unicode(&e.emitter, true)
+	return e
+}
+
+func newEncoderWithWriter(w io.Writer) *encoder {
+	e := &encoder{}
+	yaml_emitter_initialize(&e.emitter)
+	yaml_emitter_set_output_writer(&e.emitter, w)
+	yaml_emitter_set_unicode(&e.emitter, true)
+	return e
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) init() {
+	if e.doneInit {
+		return
+	}
+	yaml_stream_start_event_initialize(&e.event, yaml_UTF8_ENCODING)
+	e.emit()
+	e.doneInit = true
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) finish() {
+	e.emitter.open_ended = false
+	yaml_stream_end_event_initialize(&e.event)
+	e.emit()
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) destroy() {
+	yaml_emitter_delete(&e.emitter)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) emit() {
+	// This will internally delete the e.event value.
+	e.must(yaml_emitter_emit(&e.emitter, &e.event))
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) must(ok bool) {
+	if !ok {
+		msg := e.emitter.problem
+		if msg == "" {
+			msg = "unknown problem generating YAML content"
+		}
+		failf("%s", msg)
+	}
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) marshalDoc(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	e.init()
+	yaml_document_start_event_initialize(&e.event, nil, nil, true)
+	e.emit()
+	e.marshal(tag, in)
+	yaml_document_end_event_initialize(&e.event, true)
+	e.emit()
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) marshal(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	if !in.IsValid() || in.Kind() == reflect.Ptr && in.IsNil() {
+		e.nilv()
+		return
+	}
+	iface := in.Interface()
+	switch m := iface.(type) {
+	case jsonNumber:
+		integer, err := m.Int64()
+		if err == nil {
+			// In this case the json.Number is a valid int64
+			in = reflect.ValueOf(integer)
+			break
+		}
+		float, err := m.Float64()
+		if err == nil {
+			// In this case the json.Number is a valid float64
+			in = reflect.ValueOf(float)
+			break
+		}
+		// fallback case - no number could be obtained
+		in = reflect.ValueOf(m.String())
+	case time.Time, *time.Time:
+		// Although time.Time implements TextMarshaler,
+		// we don't want to treat it as a string for YAML
+		// purposes because YAML has special support for
+		// timestamps.
+	case Marshaler:
+		v, err := m.MarshalYAML()
+		if err != nil {
+			fail(err)
+		}
+		if v == nil {
+			e.nilv()
+			return
+		}
+		in = reflect.ValueOf(v)
+	case encoding.TextMarshaler:
+		text, err := m.MarshalText()
+		if err != nil {
+			fail(err)
+		}
+		in = reflect.ValueOf(string(text))
+	case nil:
+		e.nilv()
+		return
+	}
+	switch in.Kind() {
+	case reflect.Interface:
+		e.marshal(tag, in.Elem())
+	case reflect.Map:
+		e.mapv(tag, in)
+	case reflect.Ptr:
+		if in.Type() == ptrTimeType {
+			e.timev(tag, in.Elem())
+		} else {
+			e.marshal(tag, in.Elem())
+		}
+	case reflect.Struct:
+		if in.Type() == timeType {
+			e.timev(tag, in)
+		} else {
+			e.structv(tag, in)
+		}
+	case reflect.Slice, reflect.Array:
+		if in.Type().Elem() == mapItemType {
+			e.itemsv(tag, in)
+		} else {
+			e.slicev(tag, in)
+		}
+	case reflect.String:
+		e.stringv(tag, in)
+	case reflect.Int, reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64:
+		if in.Type() == durationType {
+			e.stringv(tag, reflect.ValueOf(iface.(time.Duration).String()))
+		} else {
+			e.intv(tag, in)
+		}
+	case reflect.Uint, reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64, reflect.Uintptr:
+		e.uintv(tag, in)
+	case reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64:
+		e.floatv(tag, in)
+	case reflect.Bool:
+		e.boolv(tag, in)
+	default:
+		panic("cannot marshal type: " + in.Type().String())
+	}
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) mapv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	e.mappingv(tag, func() {
+		keys := keyList(in.MapKeys())
+		sort.Sort(keys)
+		for _, k := range keys {
+			e.marshal("", k)
+			e.marshal("", in.MapIndex(k))
+		}
+	})
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) itemsv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	e.mappingv(tag, func() {
+		slice := in.Convert(reflect.TypeOf([]MapItem{})).Interface().([]MapItem)
+		for _, item := range slice {
+			e.marshal("", reflect.ValueOf(item.Key))
+			e.marshal("", reflect.ValueOf(item.Value))
+		}
+	})
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) structv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	sinfo, err := getStructInfo(in.Type())
+	if err != nil {
+		panic(err)
+	}
+	e.mappingv(tag, func() {
+		for _, info := range sinfo.FieldsList {
+			var value reflect.Value
+			if info.Inline == nil {
+				value = in.Field(info.Num)
+			} else {
+				value = in.FieldByIndex(info.Inline)
+			}
+			if info.OmitEmpty && isZero(value) {
+				continue
+			}
+			e.marshal("", reflect.ValueOf(info.Key))
+			e.flow = info.Flow
+			e.marshal("", value)
+		}
+		if sinfo.InlineMap >= 0 {
+			m := in.Field(sinfo.InlineMap)
+			if m.Len() > 0 {
+				e.flow = false
+				keys := keyList(m.MapKeys())
+				sort.Sort(keys)
+				for _, k := range keys {
+					if _, found := sinfo.FieldsMap[k.String()]; found {
+						panic(fmt.Sprintf("Can't have key %q in inlined map; conflicts with struct field", k.String()))
+					}
+					e.marshal("", k)
+					e.flow = false
+					e.marshal("", m.MapIndex(k))
+				}
+			}
+		}
+	})
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) mappingv(tag string, f func()) {
+	implicit := tag == ""
+	style := yaml_BLOCK_MAPPING_STYLE
+	if e.flow {
+		e.flow = false
+		style = yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_STYLE
+	}
+	yaml_mapping_start_event_initialize(&e.event, nil, []byte(tag), implicit, style)
+	e.emit()
+	f()
+	yaml_mapping_end_event_initialize(&e.event)
+	e.emit()
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) slicev(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	implicit := tag == ""
+	style := yaml_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_STYLE
+	if e.flow {
+		e.flow = false
+		style = yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_STYLE
+	}
+	e.must(yaml_sequence_start_event_initialize(&e.event, nil, []byte(tag), implicit, style))
+	e.emit()
+	n := in.Len()
+	for i := 0; i < n; i++ {
+		e.marshal("", in.Index(i))
+	}
+	e.must(yaml_sequence_end_event_initialize(&e.event))
+	e.emit()
+}
+
+// isBase60 returns whether s is in base 60 notation as defined in YAML 1.1.
+//
+// The base 60 float notation in YAML 1.1 is a terrible idea and is unsupported
+// in YAML 1.2 and by this package, but these should be marshalled quoted for
+// the time being for compatibility with other parsers.
+func isBase60Float(s string) (result bool) {
+	// Fast path.
+	if s == "" {
+		return false
+	}
+	c := s[0]
+	if !(c == '+' || c == '-' || c >= '0' && c <= '9') || strings.IndexByte(s, ':') < 0 {
+		return false
+	}
+	// Do the full match.
+	return base60float.MatchString(s)
+}
+
+// From http://yaml.org/type/float.html, except the regular expression there
+// is bogus. In practice parsers do not enforce the "\.[0-9_]*" suffix.
+var base60float = regexp.MustCompile(`^[-+]?[0-9][0-9_]*(?::[0-5]?[0-9])+(?:\.[0-9_]*)?$`)
+
+func (e *encoder) stringv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	var style yaml_scalar_style_t
+	s := in.String()
+	canUsePlain := true
+	switch {
+	case !utf8.ValidString(s):
+		if tag == yaml_BINARY_TAG {
+			failf("explicitly tagged !!binary data must be base64-encoded")
+		}
+		if tag != "" {
+			failf("cannot marshal invalid UTF-8 data as %s", shortTag(tag))
+		}
+		// It can't be encoded directly as YAML so use a binary tag
+		// and encode it as base64.
+		tag = yaml_BINARY_TAG
+		s = encodeBase64(s)
+	case tag == "":
+		// Check to see if it would resolve to a specific
+		// tag when encoded unquoted. If it doesn't,
+		// there's no need to quote it.
+		rtag, _ := resolve("", s)
+		canUsePlain = rtag == yaml_STR_TAG && !isBase60Float(s)
+	}
+	// Note: it's possible for user code to emit invalid YAML
+	// if they explicitly specify a tag and a string containing
+	// text that's incompatible with that tag.
+	switch {
+	case strings.Contains(s, "\n"):
+		style = yaml_LITERAL_SCALAR_STYLE
+	case canUsePlain:
+		style = yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE
+	default:
+		style = yaml_DOUBLE_QUOTED_SCALAR_STYLE
+	}
+	e.emitScalar(s, "", tag, style)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) boolv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	var s string
+	if in.Bool() {
+		s = "true"
+	} else {
+		s = "false"
+	}
+	e.emitScalar(s, "", tag, yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) intv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	s := strconv.FormatInt(in.Int(), 10)
+	e.emitScalar(s, "", tag, yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) uintv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	s := strconv.FormatUint(in.Uint(), 10)
+	e.emitScalar(s, "", tag, yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) timev(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	t := in.Interface().(time.Time)
+	s := t.Format(time.RFC3339Nano)
+	e.emitScalar(s, "", tag, yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) floatv(tag string, in reflect.Value) {
+	// Issue #352: When formatting, use the precision of the underlying value
+	precision := 64
+	if in.Kind() == reflect.Float32 {
+		precision = 32
+	}
+
+	s := strconv.FormatFloat(in.Float(), 'g', -1, precision)
+	switch s {
+	case "+Inf":
+		s = ".inf"
+	case "-Inf":
+		s = "-.inf"
+	case "NaN":
+		s = ".nan"
+	}
+	e.emitScalar(s, "", tag, yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) nilv() {
+	e.emitScalar("null", "", "", yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE)
+}
+
+func (e *encoder) emitScalar(value, anchor, tag string, style yaml_scalar_style_t) {
+	implicit := tag == ""
+	e.must(yaml_scalar_event_initialize(&e.event, []byte(anchor), []byte(tag), []byte(value), implicit, implicit, style))
+	e.emit()
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/go.mod b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/go.mod
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1934e87
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/go.mod
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+module "gopkg.in/yaml.v2"
+
+require (
+	"gopkg.in/check.v1" v0.0.0-20161208181325-20d25e280405
+)
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/parserc.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/parserc.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..81d05df
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/parserc.go
@@ -0,0 +1,1095 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+)
+
+// The parser implements the following grammar:
+//
+// stream               ::= STREAM-START implicit_document? explicit_document* STREAM-END
+// implicit_document    ::= block_node DOCUMENT-END*
+// explicit_document    ::= DIRECTIVE* DOCUMENT-START block_node? DOCUMENT-END*
+// block_node_or_indentless_sequence    ::=
+//                          ALIAS
+//                          | properties (block_content | indentless_block_sequence)?
+//                          | block_content
+//                          | indentless_block_sequence
+// block_node           ::= ALIAS
+//                          | properties block_content?
+//                          | block_content
+// flow_node            ::= ALIAS
+//                          | properties flow_content?
+//                          | flow_content
+// properties           ::= TAG ANCHOR? | ANCHOR TAG?
+// block_content        ::= block_collection | flow_collection | SCALAR
+// flow_content         ::= flow_collection | SCALAR
+// block_collection     ::= block_sequence | block_mapping
+// flow_collection      ::= flow_sequence | flow_mapping
+// block_sequence       ::= BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START (BLOCK-ENTRY block_node?)* BLOCK-END
+// indentless_sequence  ::= (BLOCK-ENTRY block_node?)+
+// block_mapping        ::= BLOCK-MAPPING_START
+//                          ((KEY block_node_or_indentless_sequence?)?
+//                          (VALUE block_node_or_indentless_sequence?)?)*
+//                          BLOCK-END
+// flow_sequence        ::= FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+//                          (flow_sequence_entry FLOW-ENTRY)*
+//                          flow_sequence_entry?
+//                          FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+// flow_sequence_entry  ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+// flow_mapping         ::= FLOW-MAPPING-START
+//                          (flow_mapping_entry FLOW-ENTRY)*
+//                          flow_mapping_entry?
+//                          FLOW-MAPPING-END
+// flow_mapping_entry   ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+
+// Peek the next token in the token queue.
+func peek_token(parser *yaml_parser_t) *yaml_token_t {
+	if parser.token_available || yaml_parser_fetch_more_tokens(parser) {
+		return &parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head]
+	}
+	return nil
+}
+
+// Remove the next token from the queue (must be called after peek_token).
+func skip_token(parser *yaml_parser_t) {
+	parser.token_available = false
+	parser.tokens_parsed++
+	parser.stream_end_produced = parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head].typ == yaml_STREAM_END_TOKEN
+	parser.tokens_head++
+}
+
+// Get the next event.
+func yaml_parser_parse(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	// Erase the event object.
+	*event = yaml_event_t{}
+
+	// No events after the end of the stream or error.
+	if parser.stream_end_produced || parser.error != yaml_NO_ERROR || parser.state == yaml_PARSE_END_STATE {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	// Generate the next event.
+	return yaml_parser_state_machine(parser, event)
+}
+
+// Set parser error.
+func yaml_parser_set_parser_error(parser *yaml_parser_t, problem string, problem_mark yaml_mark_t) bool {
+	parser.error = yaml_PARSER_ERROR
+	parser.problem = problem
+	parser.problem_mark = problem_mark
+	return false
+}
+
+func yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser *yaml_parser_t, context string, context_mark yaml_mark_t, problem string, problem_mark yaml_mark_t) bool {
+	parser.error = yaml_PARSER_ERROR
+	parser.context = context
+	parser.context_mark = context_mark
+	parser.problem = problem
+	parser.problem_mark = problem_mark
+	return false
+}
+
+// State dispatcher.
+func yaml_parser_state_machine(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	//trace("yaml_parser_state_machine", "state:", parser.state.String())
+
+	switch parser.state {
+	case yaml_PARSE_STREAM_START_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_stream_start(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_IMPLICIT_DOCUMENT_START_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_document_start(parser, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_START_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_document_start(parser, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_CONTENT_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_document_content(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_END_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_document_end(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_NODE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_NODE_OR_INDENTLESS_SEQUENCE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, true)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_NODE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ENTRY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_block_sequence_entry(parser, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_block_sequence_entry(parser, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_INDENTLESS_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_indentless_sequence_entry(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_block_mapping_key(parser, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_block_mapping_key(parser, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_block_mapping_value(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ENTRY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry(parser, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry(parser, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry_mapping_key(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry_mapping_value(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_END_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry_mapping_end(parser, event)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_mapping_key(parser, event, true)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_KEY_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_mapping_key(parser, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_mapping_value(parser, event, false)
+
+	case yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_EMPTY_VALUE_STATE:
+		return yaml_parser_parse_flow_mapping_value(parser, event, true)
+
+	default:
+		panic("invalid parser state")
+	}
+}
+
+// Parse the production:
+// stream   ::= STREAM-START implicit_document? explicit_document* STREAM-END
+//              ************
+func yaml_parser_parse_stream_start(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if token.typ != yaml_STREAM_START_TOKEN {
+		return yaml_parser_set_parser_error(parser, "did not find expected <stream-start>", token.start_mark)
+	}
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_IMPLICIT_DOCUMENT_START_STATE
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_STREAM_START_EVENT,
+		start_mark: token.start_mark,
+		end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+		encoding:   token.encoding,
+	}
+	skip_token(parser)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// implicit_document    ::= block_node DOCUMENT-END*
+//                          *
+// explicit_document    ::= DIRECTIVE* DOCUMENT-START block_node? DOCUMENT-END*
+//                          *************************
+func yaml_parser_parse_document_start(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, implicit bool) bool {
+
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Parse extra document end indicators.
+	if !implicit {
+		for token.typ == yaml_DOCUMENT_END_TOKEN {
+			skip_token(parser)
+			token = peek_token(parser)
+			if token == nil {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	if implicit && token.typ != yaml_VERSION_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN &&
+		token.typ != yaml_TAG_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN &&
+		token.typ != yaml_DOCUMENT_START_TOKEN &&
+		token.typ != yaml_STREAM_END_TOKEN {
+		// Parse an implicit document.
+		if !yaml_parser_process_directives(parser, nil, nil) {
+			return false
+		}
+		parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_END_STATE)
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_NODE_STATE
+
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark: token.start_mark,
+			end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+		}
+
+	} else if token.typ != yaml_STREAM_END_TOKEN {
+		// Parse an explicit document.
+		var version_directive *yaml_version_directive_t
+		var tag_directives []yaml_tag_directive_t
+		start_mark := token.start_mark
+		if !yaml_parser_process_directives(parser, &version_directive, &tag_directives) {
+			return false
+		}
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_DOCUMENT_START_TOKEN {
+			yaml_parser_set_parser_error(parser,
+				"did not find expected <document start>", token.start_mark)
+			return false
+		}
+		parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_END_STATE)
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_CONTENT_STATE
+		end_mark := token.end_mark
+
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:               yaml_DOCUMENT_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark:        start_mark,
+			end_mark:          end_mark,
+			version_directive: version_directive,
+			tag_directives:    tag_directives,
+			implicit:          false,
+		}
+		skip_token(parser)
+
+	} else {
+		// Parse the stream end.
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_END_STATE
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_STREAM_END_EVENT,
+			start_mark: token.start_mark,
+			end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+		}
+		skip_token(parser)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// explicit_document    ::= DIRECTIVE* DOCUMENT-START block_node? DOCUMENT-END*
+//                                                    ***********
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_document_content(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_VERSION_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN ||
+		token.typ == yaml_TAG_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN ||
+		token.typ == yaml_DOCUMENT_START_TOKEN ||
+		token.typ == yaml_DOCUMENT_END_TOKEN ||
+		token.typ == yaml_STREAM_END_TOKEN {
+		parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+		return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event,
+			token.start_mark)
+	}
+	return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, false)
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// implicit_document    ::= block_node DOCUMENT-END*
+//                                     *************
+// explicit_document    ::= DIRECTIVE* DOCUMENT-START block_node? DOCUMENT-END*
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_document_end(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	start_mark := token.start_mark
+	end_mark := token.start_mark
+
+	implicit := true
+	if token.typ == yaml_DOCUMENT_END_TOKEN {
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		implicit = false
+	}
+
+	parser.tag_directives = parser.tag_directives[:0]
+
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_DOCUMENT_START_STATE
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_DOCUMENT_END_EVENT,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+		implicit:   implicit,
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// block_node_or_indentless_sequence    ::=
+//                          ALIAS
+//                          *****
+//                          | properties (block_content | indentless_block_sequence)?
+//                            **********  *
+//                          | block_content | indentless_block_sequence
+//                            *
+// block_node           ::= ALIAS
+//                          *****
+//                          | properties block_content?
+//                            ********** *
+//                          | block_content
+//                            *
+// flow_node            ::= ALIAS
+//                          *****
+//                          | properties flow_content?
+//                            ********** *
+//                          | flow_content
+//                            *
+// properties           ::= TAG ANCHOR? | ANCHOR TAG?
+//                          *************************
+// block_content        ::= block_collection | flow_collection | SCALAR
+//                                                               ******
+// flow_content         ::= flow_collection | SCALAR
+//                                            ******
+func yaml_parser_parse_node(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, block, indentless_sequence bool) bool {
+	//defer trace("yaml_parser_parse_node", "block:", block, "indentless_sequence:", indentless_sequence)()
+
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if token.typ == yaml_ALIAS_TOKEN {
+		parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_ALIAS_EVENT,
+			start_mark: token.start_mark,
+			end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+			anchor:     token.value,
+		}
+		skip_token(parser)
+		return true
+	}
+
+	start_mark := token.start_mark
+	end_mark := token.start_mark
+
+	var tag_token bool
+	var tag_handle, tag_suffix, anchor []byte
+	var tag_mark yaml_mark_t
+	if token.typ == yaml_ANCHOR_TOKEN {
+		anchor = token.value
+		start_mark = token.start_mark
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ == yaml_TAG_TOKEN {
+			tag_token = true
+			tag_handle = token.value
+			tag_suffix = token.suffix
+			tag_mark = token.start_mark
+			end_mark = token.end_mark
+			skip_token(parser)
+			token = peek_token(parser)
+			if token == nil {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	} else if token.typ == yaml_TAG_TOKEN {
+		tag_token = true
+		tag_handle = token.value
+		tag_suffix = token.suffix
+		start_mark = token.start_mark
+		tag_mark = token.start_mark
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ == yaml_ANCHOR_TOKEN {
+			anchor = token.value
+			end_mark = token.end_mark
+			skip_token(parser)
+			token = peek_token(parser)
+			if token == nil {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	var tag []byte
+	if tag_token {
+		if len(tag_handle) == 0 {
+			tag = tag_suffix
+			tag_suffix = nil
+		} else {
+			for i := range parser.tag_directives {
+				if bytes.Equal(parser.tag_directives[i].handle, tag_handle) {
+					tag = append([]byte(nil), parser.tag_directives[i].prefix...)
+					tag = append(tag, tag_suffix...)
+					break
+				}
+			}
+			if len(tag) == 0 {
+				yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser,
+					"while parsing a node", start_mark,
+					"found undefined tag handle", tag_mark)
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	implicit := len(tag) == 0
+	if indentless_sequence && token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_ENTRY_TOKEN {
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_INDENTLESS_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			anchor:     anchor,
+			tag:        tag,
+			implicit:   implicit,
+			style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_STYLE),
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_SCALAR_TOKEN {
+		var plain_implicit, quoted_implicit bool
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		if (len(tag) == 0 && token.style == yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE) || (len(tag) == 1 && tag[0] == '!') {
+			plain_implicit = true
+		} else if len(tag) == 0 {
+			quoted_implicit = true
+		}
+		parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:             yaml_SCALAR_EVENT,
+			start_mark:      start_mark,
+			end_mark:        end_mark,
+			anchor:          anchor,
+			tag:             tag,
+			value:           token.value,
+			implicit:        plain_implicit,
+			quoted_implicit: quoted_implicit,
+			style:           yaml_style_t(token.style),
+		}
+		skip_token(parser)
+		return true
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_START_TOKEN {
+		// [Go] Some of the events below can be merged as they differ only on style.
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ENTRY_STATE
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			anchor:     anchor,
+			tag:        tag,
+			implicit:   implicit,
+			style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_STYLE),
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_START_TOKEN {
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			anchor:     anchor,
+			tag:        tag,
+			implicit:   implicit,
+			style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_STYLE),
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if block && token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_START_TOKEN {
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_FIRST_ENTRY_STATE
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_SEQUENCE_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			anchor:     anchor,
+			tag:        tag,
+			implicit:   implicit,
+			style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_STYLE),
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if block && token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_MAPPING_START_TOKEN {
+		end_mark = token.end_mark
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_FIRST_KEY_STATE
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			anchor:     anchor,
+			tag:        tag,
+			implicit:   implicit,
+			style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_BLOCK_MAPPING_STYLE),
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+	if len(anchor) > 0 || len(tag) > 0 {
+		parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:             yaml_SCALAR_EVENT,
+			start_mark:      start_mark,
+			end_mark:        end_mark,
+			anchor:          anchor,
+			tag:             tag,
+			implicit:        implicit,
+			quoted_implicit: false,
+			style:           yaml_style_t(yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE),
+		}
+		return true
+	}
+
+	context := "while parsing a flow node"
+	if block {
+		context = "while parsing a block node"
+	}
+	yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser, context, start_mark,
+		"did not find expected node content", token.start_mark)
+	return false
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// block_sequence ::= BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START (BLOCK-ENTRY block_node?)* BLOCK-END
+//                    ********************  *********** *             *********
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_block_sequence_entry(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		token := peek_token(parser)
+		parser.marks = append(parser.marks, token.start_mark)
+		skip_token(parser)
+	}
+
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_ENTRY_TOKEN {
+		mark := token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_BLOCK_ENTRY_TOKEN && token.typ != yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, false)
+		} else {
+			parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE
+			return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, mark)
+		}
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN {
+		parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT,
+			start_mark: token.start_mark,
+			end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+		}
+
+		skip_token(parser)
+		return true
+	}
+
+	context_mark := parser.marks[len(parser.marks)-1]
+	parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+	return yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser,
+		"while parsing a block collection", context_mark,
+		"did not find expected '-' indicator", token.start_mark)
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// indentless_sequence  ::= (BLOCK-ENTRY block_node?)+
+//                           *********** *
+func yaml_parser_parse_indentless_sequence_entry(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_ENTRY_TOKEN {
+		mark := token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_BLOCK_ENTRY_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_KEY_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_VALUE_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_INDENTLESS_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, false)
+		}
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_INDENTLESS_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE
+		return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, mark)
+	}
+	parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+	parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT,
+		start_mark: token.start_mark,
+		end_mark:   token.start_mark, // [Go] Shouldn't this be token.end_mark?
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// block_mapping        ::= BLOCK-MAPPING_START
+//                          *******************
+//                          ((KEY block_node_or_indentless_sequence?)?
+//                            *** *
+//                          (VALUE block_node_or_indentless_sequence?)?)*
+//
+//                          BLOCK-END
+//                          *********
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_block_mapping_key(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		token := peek_token(parser)
+		parser.marks = append(parser.marks, token.start_mark)
+		skip_token(parser)
+	}
+
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if token.typ == yaml_KEY_TOKEN {
+		mark := token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_KEY_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_VALUE_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, true)
+		} else {
+			parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE
+			return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, mark)
+		}
+	} else if token.typ == yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN {
+		parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+		parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+		*event = yaml_event_t{
+			typ:        yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT,
+			start_mark: token.start_mark,
+			end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+		}
+		skip_token(parser)
+		return true
+	}
+
+	context_mark := parser.marks[len(parser.marks)-1]
+	parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+	return yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser,
+		"while parsing a block mapping", context_mark,
+		"did not find expected key", token.start_mark)
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// block_mapping        ::= BLOCK-MAPPING_START
+//
+//                          ((KEY block_node_or_indentless_sequence?)?
+//
+//                          (VALUE block_node_or_indentless_sequence?)?)*
+//                           ***** *
+//                          BLOCK-END
+//
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_block_mapping_value(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_VALUE_TOKEN {
+		mark := token.end_mark
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_KEY_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_VALUE_TOKEN &&
+			token.typ != yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_KEY_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, true, true)
+		}
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_KEY_STATE
+		return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, mark)
+	}
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_BLOCK_MAPPING_KEY_STATE
+	return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, token.start_mark)
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// flow_sequence        ::= FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+//                          *******************
+//                          (flow_sequence_entry FLOW-ENTRY)*
+//                           *                   **********
+//                          flow_sequence_entry?
+//                          *
+//                          FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+//                          *****************
+// flow_sequence_entry  ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+//                          *
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		token := peek_token(parser)
+		parser.marks = append(parser.marks, token.start_mark)
+		skip_token(parser)
+	}
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if token.typ != yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_END_TOKEN {
+		if !first {
+			if token.typ == yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN {
+				skip_token(parser)
+				token = peek_token(parser)
+				if token == nil {
+					return false
+				}
+			} else {
+				context_mark := parser.marks[len(parser.marks)-1]
+				parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+				return yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser,
+					"while parsing a flow sequence", context_mark,
+					"did not find expected ',' or ']'", token.start_mark)
+			}
+		}
+
+		if token.typ == yaml_KEY_TOKEN {
+			parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_KEY_STATE
+			*event = yaml_event_t{
+				typ:        yaml_MAPPING_START_EVENT,
+				start_mark: token.start_mark,
+				end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+				implicit:   true,
+				style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_STYLE),
+			}
+			skip_token(parser)
+			return true
+		} else if token.typ != yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+		}
+	}
+
+	parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+	parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+	parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_SEQUENCE_END_EVENT,
+		start_mark: token.start_mark,
+		end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+	}
+
+	skip_token(parser)
+	return true
+}
+
+//
+// Parse the productions:
+// flow_sequence_entry  ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+//                                      *** *
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry_mapping_key(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if token.typ != yaml_VALUE_TOKEN &&
+		token.typ != yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN &&
+		token.typ != yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_END_TOKEN {
+		parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE)
+		return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+	}
+	mark := token.end_mark
+	skip_token(parser)
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE
+	return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, mark)
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// flow_sequence_entry  ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+//                                                      ***** *
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry_mapping_value(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_VALUE_TOKEN {
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token := peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN && token.typ != yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_END_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+		}
+	}
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_MAPPING_END_STATE
+	return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, token.start_mark)
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// flow_sequence_entry  ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+//                                                                      *
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_flow_sequence_entry_mapping_end(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_SEQUENCE_ENTRY_STATE
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT,
+		start_mark: token.start_mark,
+		end_mark:   token.start_mark, // [Go] Shouldn't this be end_mark?
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// flow_mapping         ::= FLOW-MAPPING-START
+//                          ******************
+//                          (flow_mapping_entry FLOW-ENTRY)*
+//                           *                  **********
+//                          flow_mapping_entry?
+//                          ******************
+//                          FLOW-MAPPING-END
+//                          ****************
+// flow_mapping_entry   ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+//                          *           *** *
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_flow_mapping_key(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, first bool) bool {
+	if first {
+		token := peek_token(parser)
+		parser.marks = append(parser.marks, token.start_mark)
+		skip_token(parser)
+	}
+
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if token.typ != yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_END_TOKEN {
+		if !first {
+			if token.typ == yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN {
+				skip_token(parser)
+				token = peek_token(parser)
+				if token == nil {
+					return false
+				}
+			} else {
+				context_mark := parser.marks[len(parser.marks)-1]
+				parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+				return yaml_parser_set_parser_error_context(parser,
+					"while parsing a flow mapping", context_mark,
+					"did not find expected ',' or '}'", token.start_mark)
+			}
+		}
+
+		if token.typ == yaml_KEY_TOKEN {
+			skip_token(parser)
+			token = peek_token(parser)
+			if token == nil {
+				return false
+			}
+			if token.typ != yaml_VALUE_TOKEN &&
+				token.typ != yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN &&
+				token.typ != yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_END_TOKEN {
+				parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE)
+				return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+			} else {
+				parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_VALUE_STATE
+				return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, token.start_mark)
+			}
+		} else if token.typ != yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_EMPTY_VALUE_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+		}
+	}
+
+	parser.state = parser.states[len(parser.states)-1]
+	parser.states = parser.states[:len(parser.states)-1]
+	parser.marks = parser.marks[:len(parser.marks)-1]
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_MAPPING_END_EVENT,
+		start_mark: token.start_mark,
+		end_mark:   token.end_mark,
+	}
+	skip_token(parser)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Parse the productions:
+// flow_mapping_entry   ::= flow_node | KEY flow_node? (VALUE flow_node?)?
+//                                   *                  ***** *
+//
+func yaml_parser_parse_flow_mapping_value(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, empty bool) bool {
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+	if empty {
+		parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_KEY_STATE
+		return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, token.start_mark)
+	}
+	if token.typ == yaml_VALUE_TOKEN {
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+		if token.typ != yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN && token.typ != yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_END_TOKEN {
+			parser.states = append(parser.states, yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_KEY_STATE)
+			return yaml_parser_parse_node(parser, event, false, false)
+		}
+	}
+	parser.state = yaml_PARSE_FLOW_MAPPING_KEY_STATE
+	return yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser, event, token.start_mark)
+}
+
+// Generate an empty scalar event.
+func yaml_parser_process_empty_scalar(parser *yaml_parser_t, event *yaml_event_t, mark yaml_mark_t) bool {
+	*event = yaml_event_t{
+		typ:        yaml_SCALAR_EVENT,
+		start_mark: mark,
+		end_mark:   mark,
+		value:      nil, // Empty
+		implicit:   true,
+		style:      yaml_style_t(yaml_PLAIN_SCALAR_STYLE),
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+var default_tag_directives = []yaml_tag_directive_t{
+	{[]byte("!"), []byte("!")},
+	{[]byte("!!"), []byte("tag:yaml.org,2002:")},
+}
+
+// Parse directives.
+func yaml_parser_process_directives(parser *yaml_parser_t,
+	version_directive_ref **yaml_version_directive_t,
+	tag_directives_ref *[]yaml_tag_directive_t) bool {
+
+	var version_directive *yaml_version_directive_t
+	var tag_directives []yaml_tag_directive_t
+
+	token := peek_token(parser)
+	if token == nil {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	for token.typ == yaml_VERSION_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN || token.typ == yaml_TAG_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN {
+		if token.typ == yaml_VERSION_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN {
+			if version_directive != nil {
+				yaml_parser_set_parser_error(parser,
+					"found duplicate %YAML directive", token.start_mark)
+				return false
+			}
+			if token.major != 1 || token.minor != 1 {
+				yaml_parser_set_parser_error(parser,
+					"found incompatible YAML document", token.start_mark)
+				return false
+			}
+			version_directive = &yaml_version_directive_t{
+				major: token.major,
+				minor: token.minor,
+			}
+		} else if token.typ == yaml_TAG_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN {
+			value := yaml_tag_directive_t{
+				handle: token.value,
+				prefix: token.prefix,
+			}
+			if !yaml_parser_append_tag_directive(parser, value, false, token.start_mark) {
+				return false
+			}
+			tag_directives = append(tag_directives, value)
+		}
+
+		skip_token(parser)
+		token = peek_token(parser)
+		if token == nil {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	for i := range default_tag_directives {
+		if !yaml_parser_append_tag_directive(parser, default_tag_directives[i], true, token.start_mark) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	if version_directive_ref != nil {
+		*version_directive_ref = version_directive
+	}
+	if tag_directives_ref != nil {
+		*tag_directives_ref = tag_directives
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Append a tag directive to the directives stack.
+func yaml_parser_append_tag_directive(parser *yaml_parser_t, value yaml_tag_directive_t, allow_duplicates bool, mark yaml_mark_t) bool {
+	for i := range parser.tag_directives {
+		if bytes.Equal(value.handle, parser.tag_directives[i].handle) {
+			if allow_duplicates {
+				return true
+			}
+			return yaml_parser_set_parser_error(parser, "found duplicate %TAG directive", mark)
+		}
+	}
+
+	// [Go] I suspect the copy is unnecessary. This was likely done
+	// because there was no way to track ownership of the data.
+	value_copy := yaml_tag_directive_t{
+		handle: make([]byte, len(value.handle)),
+		prefix: make([]byte, len(value.prefix)),
+	}
+	copy(value_copy.handle, value.handle)
+	copy(value_copy.prefix, value.prefix)
+	parser.tag_directives = append(parser.tag_directives, value_copy)
+	return true
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/readerc.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/readerc.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7c1f5fa
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/readerc.go
@@ -0,0 +1,412 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"io"
+)
+
+// Set the reader error and return 0.
+func yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser *yaml_parser_t, problem string, offset int, value int) bool {
+	parser.error = yaml_READER_ERROR
+	parser.problem = problem
+	parser.problem_offset = offset
+	parser.problem_value = value
+	return false
+}
+
+// Byte order marks.
+const (
+	bom_UTF8    = "\xef\xbb\xbf"
+	bom_UTF16LE = "\xff\xfe"
+	bom_UTF16BE = "\xfe\xff"
+)
+
+// Determine the input stream encoding by checking the BOM symbol. If no BOM is
+// found, the UTF-8 encoding is assumed. Return 1 on success, 0 on failure.
+func yaml_parser_determine_encoding(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Ensure that we had enough bytes in the raw buffer.
+	for !parser.eof && len(parser.raw_buffer)-parser.raw_buffer_pos < 3 {
+		if !yaml_parser_update_raw_buffer(parser) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Determine the encoding.
+	buf := parser.raw_buffer
+	pos := parser.raw_buffer_pos
+	avail := len(buf) - pos
+	if avail >= 2 && buf[pos] == bom_UTF16LE[0] && buf[pos+1] == bom_UTF16LE[1] {
+		parser.encoding = yaml_UTF16LE_ENCODING
+		parser.raw_buffer_pos += 2
+		parser.offset += 2
+	} else if avail >= 2 && buf[pos] == bom_UTF16BE[0] && buf[pos+1] == bom_UTF16BE[1] {
+		parser.encoding = yaml_UTF16BE_ENCODING
+		parser.raw_buffer_pos += 2
+		parser.offset += 2
+	} else if avail >= 3 && buf[pos] == bom_UTF8[0] && buf[pos+1] == bom_UTF8[1] && buf[pos+2] == bom_UTF8[2] {
+		parser.encoding = yaml_UTF8_ENCODING
+		parser.raw_buffer_pos += 3
+		parser.offset += 3
+	} else {
+		parser.encoding = yaml_UTF8_ENCODING
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Update the raw buffer.
+func yaml_parser_update_raw_buffer(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	size_read := 0
+
+	// Return if the raw buffer is full.
+	if parser.raw_buffer_pos == 0 && len(parser.raw_buffer) == cap(parser.raw_buffer) {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	// Return on EOF.
+	if parser.eof {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	// Move the remaining bytes in the raw buffer to the beginning.
+	if parser.raw_buffer_pos > 0 && parser.raw_buffer_pos < len(parser.raw_buffer) {
+		copy(parser.raw_buffer, parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos:])
+	}
+	parser.raw_buffer = parser.raw_buffer[:len(parser.raw_buffer)-parser.raw_buffer_pos]
+	parser.raw_buffer_pos = 0
+
+	// Call the read handler to fill the buffer.
+	size_read, err := parser.read_handler(parser, parser.raw_buffer[len(parser.raw_buffer):cap(parser.raw_buffer)])
+	parser.raw_buffer = parser.raw_buffer[:len(parser.raw_buffer)+size_read]
+	if err == io.EOF {
+		parser.eof = true
+	} else if err != nil {
+		return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser, "input error: "+err.Error(), parser.offset, -1)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Ensure that the buffer contains at least `length` characters.
+// Return true on success, false on failure.
+//
+// The length is supposed to be significantly less that the buffer size.
+func yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser *yaml_parser_t, length int) bool {
+	if parser.read_handler == nil {
+		panic("read handler must be set")
+	}
+
+	// [Go] This function was changed to guarantee the requested length size at EOF.
+	// The fact we need to do this is pretty awful, but the description above implies
+	// for that to be the case, and there are tests 
+
+	// If the EOF flag is set and the raw buffer is empty, do nothing.
+	if parser.eof && parser.raw_buffer_pos == len(parser.raw_buffer) {
+		// [Go] ACTUALLY! Read the documentation of this function above.
+		// This is just broken. To return true, we need to have the
+		// given length in the buffer. Not doing that means every single
+		// check that calls this function to make sure the buffer has a
+		// given length is Go) panicking; or C) accessing invalid memory.
+		//return true
+	}
+
+	// Return if the buffer contains enough characters.
+	if parser.unread >= length {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	// Determine the input encoding if it is not known yet.
+	if parser.encoding == yaml_ANY_ENCODING {
+		if !yaml_parser_determine_encoding(parser) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Move the unread characters to the beginning of the buffer.
+	buffer_len := len(parser.buffer)
+	if parser.buffer_pos > 0 && parser.buffer_pos < buffer_len {
+		copy(parser.buffer, parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos:])
+		buffer_len -= parser.buffer_pos
+		parser.buffer_pos = 0
+	} else if parser.buffer_pos == buffer_len {
+		buffer_len = 0
+		parser.buffer_pos = 0
+	}
+
+	// Open the whole buffer for writing, and cut it before returning.
+	parser.buffer = parser.buffer[:cap(parser.buffer)]
+
+	// Fill the buffer until it has enough characters.
+	first := true
+	for parser.unread < length {
+
+		// Fill the raw buffer if necessary.
+		if !first || parser.raw_buffer_pos == len(parser.raw_buffer) {
+			if !yaml_parser_update_raw_buffer(parser) {
+				parser.buffer = parser.buffer[:buffer_len]
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		first = false
+
+		// Decode the raw buffer.
+	inner:
+		for parser.raw_buffer_pos != len(parser.raw_buffer) {
+			var value rune
+			var width int
+
+			raw_unread := len(parser.raw_buffer) - parser.raw_buffer_pos
+
+			// Decode the next character.
+			switch parser.encoding {
+			case yaml_UTF8_ENCODING:
+				// Decode a UTF-8 character.  Check RFC 3629
+				// (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3629.txt) for more details.
+				//
+				// The following table (taken from the RFC) is used for
+				// decoding.
+				//
+				//    Char. number range |        UTF-8 octet sequence
+				//      (hexadecimal)    |              (binary)
+				//   --------------------+------------------------------------
+				//   0000 0000-0000 007F | 0xxxxxxx
+				//   0000 0080-0000 07FF | 110xxxxx 10xxxxxx
+				//   0000 0800-0000 FFFF | 1110xxxx 10xxxxxx 10xxxxxx
+				//   0001 0000-0010 FFFF | 11110xxx 10xxxxxx 10xxxxxx 10xxxxxx
+				//
+				// Additionally, the characters in the range 0xD800-0xDFFF
+				// are prohibited as they are reserved for use with UTF-16
+				// surrogate pairs.
+
+				// Determine the length of the UTF-8 sequence.
+				octet := parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos]
+				switch {
+				case octet&0x80 == 0x00:
+					width = 1
+				case octet&0xE0 == 0xC0:
+					width = 2
+				case octet&0xF0 == 0xE0:
+					width = 3
+				case octet&0xF8 == 0xF0:
+					width = 4
+				default:
+					// The leading octet is invalid.
+					return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+						"invalid leading UTF-8 octet",
+						parser.offset, int(octet))
+				}
+
+				// Check if the raw buffer contains an incomplete character.
+				if width > raw_unread {
+					if parser.eof {
+						return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+							"incomplete UTF-8 octet sequence",
+							parser.offset, -1)
+					}
+					break inner
+				}
+
+				// Decode the leading octet.
+				switch {
+				case octet&0x80 == 0x00:
+					value = rune(octet & 0x7F)
+				case octet&0xE0 == 0xC0:
+					value = rune(octet & 0x1F)
+				case octet&0xF0 == 0xE0:
+					value = rune(octet & 0x0F)
+				case octet&0xF8 == 0xF0:
+					value = rune(octet & 0x07)
+				default:
+					value = 0
+				}
+
+				// Check and decode the trailing octets.
+				for k := 1; k < width; k++ {
+					octet = parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos+k]
+
+					// Check if the octet is valid.
+					if (octet & 0xC0) != 0x80 {
+						return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+							"invalid trailing UTF-8 octet",
+							parser.offset+k, int(octet))
+					}
+
+					// Decode the octet.
+					value = (value << 6) + rune(octet&0x3F)
+				}
+
+				// Check the length of the sequence against the value.
+				switch {
+				case width == 1:
+				case width == 2 && value >= 0x80:
+				case width == 3 && value >= 0x800:
+				case width == 4 && value >= 0x10000:
+				default:
+					return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+						"invalid length of a UTF-8 sequence",
+						parser.offset, -1)
+				}
+
+				// Check the range of the value.
+				if value >= 0xD800 && value <= 0xDFFF || value > 0x10FFFF {
+					return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+						"invalid Unicode character",
+						parser.offset, int(value))
+				}
+
+			case yaml_UTF16LE_ENCODING, yaml_UTF16BE_ENCODING:
+				var low, high int
+				if parser.encoding == yaml_UTF16LE_ENCODING {
+					low, high = 0, 1
+				} else {
+					low, high = 1, 0
+				}
+
+				// The UTF-16 encoding is not as simple as one might
+				// naively think.  Check RFC 2781
+				// (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2781.txt).
+				//
+				// Normally, two subsequent bytes describe a Unicode
+				// character.  However a special technique (called a
+				// surrogate pair) is used for specifying character
+				// values larger than 0xFFFF.
+				//
+				// A surrogate pair consists of two pseudo-characters:
+				//      high surrogate area (0xD800-0xDBFF)
+				//      low surrogate area (0xDC00-0xDFFF)
+				//
+				// The following formulas are used for decoding
+				// and encoding characters using surrogate pairs:
+				//
+				//  U  = U' + 0x10000   (0x01 00 00 <= U <= 0x10 FF FF)
+				//  U' = yyyyyyyyyyxxxxxxxxxx   (0 <= U' <= 0x0F FF FF)
+				//  W1 = 110110yyyyyyyyyy
+				//  W2 = 110111xxxxxxxxxx
+				//
+				// where U is the character value, W1 is the high surrogate
+				// area, W2 is the low surrogate area.
+
+				// Check for incomplete UTF-16 character.
+				if raw_unread < 2 {
+					if parser.eof {
+						return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+							"incomplete UTF-16 character",
+							parser.offset, -1)
+					}
+					break inner
+				}
+
+				// Get the character.
+				value = rune(parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos+low]) +
+					(rune(parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos+high]) << 8)
+
+				// Check for unexpected low surrogate area.
+				if value&0xFC00 == 0xDC00 {
+					return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+						"unexpected low surrogate area",
+						parser.offset, int(value))
+				}
+
+				// Check for a high surrogate area.
+				if value&0xFC00 == 0xD800 {
+					width = 4
+
+					// Check for incomplete surrogate pair.
+					if raw_unread < 4 {
+						if parser.eof {
+							return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+								"incomplete UTF-16 surrogate pair",
+								parser.offset, -1)
+						}
+						break inner
+					}
+
+					// Get the next character.
+					value2 := rune(parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos+low+2]) +
+						(rune(parser.raw_buffer[parser.raw_buffer_pos+high+2]) << 8)
+
+					// Check for a low surrogate area.
+					if value2&0xFC00 != 0xDC00 {
+						return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+							"expected low surrogate area",
+							parser.offset+2, int(value2))
+					}
+
+					// Generate the value of the surrogate pair.
+					value = 0x10000 + ((value & 0x3FF) << 10) + (value2 & 0x3FF)
+				} else {
+					width = 2
+				}
+
+			default:
+				panic("impossible")
+			}
+
+			// Check if the character is in the allowed range:
+			//      #x9 | #xA | #xD | [#x20-#x7E]               (8 bit)
+			//      | #x85 | [#xA0-#xD7FF] | [#xE000-#xFFFD]    (16 bit)
+			//      | [#x10000-#x10FFFF]                        (32 bit)
+			switch {
+			case value == 0x09:
+			case value == 0x0A:
+			case value == 0x0D:
+			case value >= 0x20 && value <= 0x7E:
+			case value == 0x85:
+			case value >= 0xA0 && value <= 0xD7FF:
+			case value >= 0xE000 && value <= 0xFFFD:
+			case value >= 0x10000 && value <= 0x10FFFF:
+			default:
+				return yaml_parser_set_reader_error(parser,
+					"control characters are not allowed",
+					parser.offset, int(value))
+			}
+
+			// Move the raw pointers.
+			parser.raw_buffer_pos += width
+			parser.offset += width
+
+			// Finally put the character into the buffer.
+			if value <= 0x7F {
+				// 0000 0000-0000 007F . 0xxxxxxx
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+0] = byte(value)
+				buffer_len += 1
+			} else if value <= 0x7FF {
+				// 0000 0080-0000 07FF . 110xxxxx 10xxxxxx
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+0] = byte(0xC0 + (value >> 6))
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+1] = byte(0x80 + (value & 0x3F))
+				buffer_len += 2
+			} else if value <= 0xFFFF {
+				// 0000 0800-0000 FFFF . 1110xxxx 10xxxxxx 10xxxxxx
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+0] = byte(0xE0 + (value >> 12))
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+1] = byte(0x80 + ((value >> 6) & 0x3F))
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+2] = byte(0x80 + (value & 0x3F))
+				buffer_len += 3
+			} else {
+				// 0001 0000-0010 FFFF . 11110xxx 10xxxxxx 10xxxxxx 10xxxxxx
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+0] = byte(0xF0 + (value >> 18))
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+1] = byte(0x80 + ((value >> 12) & 0x3F))
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+2] = byte(0x80 + ((value >> 6) & 0x3F))
+				parser.buffer[buffer_len+3] = byte(0x80 + (value & 0x3F))
+				buffer_len += 4
+			}
+
+			parser.unread++
+		}
+
+		// On EOF, put NUL into the buffer and return.
+		if parser.eof {
+			parser.buffer[buffer_len] = 0
+			buffer_len++
+			parser.unread++
+			break
+		}
+	}
+	// [Go] Read the documentation of this function above. To return true,
+	// we need to have the given length in the buffer. Not doing that means
+	// every single check that calls this function to make sure the buffer
+	// has a given length is Go) panicking; or C) accessing invalid memory.
+	// This happens here due to the EOF above breaking early.
+	for buffer_len < length {
+		parser.buffer[buffer_len] = 0
+		buffer_len++
+	}
+	parser.buffer = parser.buffer[:buffer_len]
+	return true
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/resolve.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/resolve.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6c151db
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/resolve.go
@@ -0,0 +1,258 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"encoding/base64"
+	"math"
+	"regexp"
+	"strconv"
+	"strings"
+	"time"
+)
+
+type resolveMapItem struct {
+	value interface{}
+	tag   string
+}
+
+var resolveTable = make([]byte, 256)
+var resolveMap = make(map[string]resolveMapItem)
+
+func init() {
+	t := resolveTable
+	t[int('+')] = 'S' // Sign
+	t[int('-')] = 'S'
+	for _, c := range "0123456789" {
+		t[int(c)] = 'D' // Digit
+	}
+	for _, c := range "yYnNtTfFoO~" {
+		t[int(c)] = 'M' // In map
+	}
+	t[int('.')] = '.' // Float (potentially in map)
+
+	var resolveMapList = []struct {
+		v   interface{}
+		tag string
+		l   []string
+	}{
+		{true, yaml_BOOL_TAG, []string{"y", "Y", "yes", "Yes", "YES"}},
+		{true, yaml_BOOL_TAG, []string{"true", "True", "TRUE"}},
+		{true, yaml_BOOL_TAG, []string{"on", "On", "ON"}},
+		{false, yaml_BOOL_TAG, []string{"n", "N", "no", "No", "NO"}},
+		{false, yaml_BOOL_TAG, []string{"false", "False", "FALSE"}},
+		{false, yaml_BOOL_TAG, []string{"off", "Off", "OFF"}},
+		{nil, yaml_NULL_TAG, []string{"", "~", "null", "Null", "NULL"}},
+		{math.NaN(), yaml_FLOAT_TAG, []string{".nan", ".NaN", ".NAN"}},
+		{math.Inf(+1), yaml_FLOAT_TAG, []string{".inf", ".Inf", ".INF"}},
+		{math.Inf(+1), yaml_FLOAT_TAG, []string{"+.inf", "+.Inf", "+.INF"}},
+		{math.Inf(-1), yaml_FLOAT_TAG, []string{"-.inf", "-.Inf", "-.INF"}},
+		{"<<", yaml_MERGE_TAG, []string{"<<"}},
+	}
+
+	m := resolveMap
+	for _, item := range resolveMapList {
+		for _, s := range item.l {
+			m[s] = resolveMapItem{item.v, item.tag}
+		}
+	}
+}
+
+const longTagPrefix = "tag:yaml.org,2002:"
+
+func shortTag(tag string) string {
+	// TODO This can easily be made faster and produce less garbage.
+	if strings.HasPrefix(tag, longTagPrefix) {
+		return "!!" + tag[len(longTagPrefix):]
+	}
+	return tag
+}
+
+func longTag(tag string) string {
+	if strings.HasPrefix(tag, "!!") {
+		return longTagPrefix + tag[2:]
+	}
+	return tag
+}
+
+func resolvableTag(tag string) bool {
+	switch tag {
+	case "", yaml_STR_TAG, yaml_BOOL_TAG, yaml_INT_TAG, yaml_FLOAT_TAG, yaml_NULL_TAG, yaml_TIMESTAMP_TAG:
+		return true
+	}
+	return false
+}
+
+var yamlStyleFloat = regexp.MustCompile(`^[-+]?[0-9]*\.?[0-9]+([eE][-+][0-9]+)?$`)
+
+func resolve(tag string, in string) (rtag string, out interface{}) {
+	if !resolvableTag(tag) {
+		return tag, in
+	}
+
+	defer func() {
+		switch tag {
+		case "", rtag, yaml_STR_TAG, yaml_BINARY_TAG:
+			return
+		case yaml_FLOAT_TAG:
+			if rtag == yaml_INT_TAG {
+				switch v := out.(type) {
+				case int64:
+					rtag = yaml_FLOAT_TAG
+					out = float64(v)
+					return
+				case int:
+					rtag = yaml_FLOAT_TAG
+					out = float64(v)
+					return
+				}
+			}
+		}
+		failf("cannot decode %s `%s` as a %s", shortTag(rtag), in, shortTag(tag))
+	}()
+
+	// Any data is accepted as a !!str or !!binary.
+	// Otherwise, the prefix is enough of a hint about what it might be.
+	hint := byte('N')
+	if in != "" {
+		hint = resolveTable[in[0]]
+	}
+	if hint != 0 && tag != yaml_STR_TAG && tag != yaml_BINARY_TAG {
+		// Handle things we can lookup in a map.
+		if item, ok := resolveMap[in]; ok {
+			return item.tag, item.value
+		}
+
+		// Base 60 floats are a bad idea, were dropped in YAML 1.2, and
+		// are purposefully unsupported here. They're still quoted on
+		// the way out for compatibility with other parser, though.
+
+		switch hint {
+		case 'M':
+			// We've already checked the map above.
+
+		case '.':
+			// Not in the map, so maybe a normal float.
+			floatv, err := strconv.ParseFloat(in, 64)
+			if err == nil {
+				return yaml_FLOAT_TAG, floatv
+			}
+
+		case 'D', 'S':
+			// Int, float, or timestamp.
+			// Only try values as a timestamp if the value is unquoted or there's an explicit
+			// !!timestamp tag.
+			if tag == "" || tag == yaml_TIMESTAMP_TAG {
+				t, ok := parseTimestamp(in)
+				if ok {
+					return yaml_TIMESTAMP_TAG, t
+				}
+			}
+
+			plain := strings.Replace(in, "_", "", -1)
+			intv, err := strconv.ParseInt(plain, 0, 64)
+			if err == nil {
+				if intv == int64(int(intv)) {
+					return yaml_INT_TAG, int(intv)
+				} else {
+					return yaml_INT_TAG, intv
+				}
+			}
+			uintv, err := strconv.ParseUint(plain, 0, 64)
+			if err == nil {
+				return yaml_INT_TAG, uintv
+			}
+			if yamlStyleFloat.MatchString(plain) {
+				floatv, err := strconv.ParseFloat(plain, 64)
+				if err == nil {
+					return yaml_FLOAT_TAG, floatv
+				}
+			}
+			if strings.HasPrefix(plain, "0b") {
+				intv, err := strconv.ParseInt(plain[2:], 2, 64)
+				if err == nil {
+					if intv == int64(int(intv)) {
+						return yaml_INT_TAG, int(intv)
+					} else {
+						return yaml_INT_TAG, intv
+					}
+				}
+				uintv, err := strconv.ParseUint(plain[2:], 2, 64)
+				if err == nil {
+					return yaml_INT_TAG, uintv
+				}
+			} else if strings.HasPrefix(plain, "-0b") {
+				intv, err := strconv.ParseInt("-" + plain[3:], 2, 64)
+				if err == nil {
+					if true || intv == int64(int(intv)) {
+						return yaml_INT_TAG, int(intv)
+					} else {
+						return yaml_INT_TAG, intv
+					}
+				}
+			}
+		default:
+			panic("resolveTable item not yet handled: " + string(rune(hint)) + " (with " + in + ")")
+		}
+	}
+	return yaml_STR_TAG, in
+}
+
+// encodeBase64 encodes s as base64 that is broken up into multiple lines
+// as appropriate for the resulting length.
+func encodeBase64(s string) string {
+	const lineLen = 70
+	encLen := base64.StdEncoding.EncodedLen(len(s))
+	lines := encLen/lineLen + 1
+	buf := make([]byte, encLen*2+lines)
+	in := buf[0:encLen]
+	out := buf[encLen:]
+	base64.StdEncoding.Encode(in, []byte(s))
+	k := 0
+	for i := 0; i < len(in); i += lineLen {
+		j := i + lineLen
+		if j > len(in) {
+			j = len(in)
+		}
+		k += copy(out[k:], in[i:j])
+		if lines > 1 {
+			out[k] = '\n'
+			k++
+		}
+	}
+	return string(out[:k])
+}
+
+// This is a subset of the formats allowed by the regular expression
+// defined at http://yaml.org/type/timestamp.html.
+var allowedTimestampFormats = []string{
+	"2006-1-2T15:4:5.999999999Z07:00", // RCF3339Nano with short date fields.
+	"2006-1-2t15:4:5.999999999Z07:00", // RFC3339Nano with short date fields and lower-case "t".
+	"2006-1-2 15:4:5.999999999",       // space separated with no time zone
+	"2006-1-2",                        // date only
+	// Notable exception: time.Parse cannot handle: "2001-12-14 21:59:43.10 -5"
+	// from the set of examples.
+}
+
+// parseTimestamp parses s as a timestamp string and
+// returns the timestamp and reports whether it succeeded.
+// Timestamp formats are defined at http://yaml.org/type/timestamp.html
+func parseTimestamp(s string) (time.Time, bool) {
+	// TODO write code to check all the formats supported by
+	// http://yaml.org/type/timestamp.html instead of using time.Parse.
+
+	// Quick check: all date formats start with YYYY-.
+	i := 0
+	for ; i < len(s); i++ {
+		if c := s[i]; c < '0' || c > '9' {
+			break
+		}
+	}
+	if i != 4 || i == len(s) || s[i] != '-' {
+		return time.Time{}, false
+	}
+	for _, format := range allowedTimestampFormats {
+		if t, err := time.Parse(format, s); err == nil {
+			return t, true
+		}
+	}
+	return time.Time{}, false
+}
diff --git a/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/scannerc.go b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/scannerc.go
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..077fd1d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/vendor/gopkg.in/yaml.v2/scannerc.go
@@ -0,0 +1,2696 @@
+package yaml
+
+import (
+	"bytes"
+	"fmt"
+)
+
+// Introduction
+// ************
+//
+// The following notes assume that you are familiar with the YAML specification
+// (http://yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html).  We mostly follow it, although in
+// some cases we are less restrictive that it requires.
+//
+// The process of transforming a YAML stream into a sequence of events is
+// divided on two steps: Scanning and Parsing.
+//
+// The Scanner transforms the input stream into a sequence of tokens, while the
+// parser transform the sequence of tokens produced by the Scanner into a
+// sequence of parsing events.
+//
+// The Scanner is rather clever and complicated. The Parser, on the contrary,
+// is a straightforward implementation of a recursive-descendant parser (or,
+// LL(1) parser, as it is usually called).
+//
+// Actually there are two issues of Scanning that might be called "clever", the
+// rest is quite straightforward.  The issues are "block collection start" and
+// "simple keys".  Both issues are explained below in details.
+//
+// Here the Scanning step is explained and implemented.  We start with the list
+// of all the tokens produced by the Scanner together with short descriptions.
+//
+// Now, tokens:
+//
+//      STREAM-START(encoding)          # The stream start.
+//      STREAM-END                      # The stream end.
+//      VERSION-DIRECTIVE(major,minor)  # The '%YAML' directive.
+//      TAG-DIRECTIVE(handle,prefix)    # The '%TAG' directive.
+//      DOCUMENT-START                  # '---'
+//      DOCUMENT-END                    # '...'
+//      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START            # Indentation increase denoting a block
+//      BLOCK-MAPPING-START             # sequence or a block mapping.
+//      BLOCK-END                       # Indentation decrease.
+//      FLOW-SEQUENCE-START             # '['
+//      FLOW-SEQUENCE-END               # ']'
+//      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START            # '{'
+//      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-END              # '}'
+//      BLOCK-ENTRY                     # '-'
+//      FLOW-ENTRY                      # ','
+//      KEY                             # '?' or nothing (simple keys).
+//      VALUE                           # ':'
+//      ALIAS(anchor)                   # '*anchor'
+//      ANCHOR(anchor)                  # '&anchor'
+//      TAG(handle,suffix)              # '!handle!suffix'
+//      SCALAR(value,style)             # A scalar.
+//
+// The following two tokens are "virtual" tokens denoting the beginning and the
+// end of the stream:
+//
+//      STREAM-START(encoding)
+//      STREAM-END
+//
+// We pass the information about the input stream encoding with the
+// STREAM-START token.
+//
+// The next two tokens are responsible for tags:
+//
+//      VERSION-DIRECTIVE(major,minor)
+//      TAG-DIRECTIVE(handle,prefix)
+//
+// Example:
+//
+//      %YAML   1.1
+//      %TAG    !   !foo
+//      %TAG    !yaml!  tag:yaml.org,2002:
+//      ---
+//
+// The correspoding sequence of tokens:
+//
+//      STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//      VERSION-DIRECTIVE(1,1)
+//      TAG-DIRECTIVE("!","!foo")
+//      TAG-DIRECTIVE("!yaml","tag:yaml.org,2002:")
+//      DOCUMENT-START
+//      STREAM-END
+//
+// Note that the VERSION-DIRECTIVE and TAG-DIRECTIVE tokens occupy a whole
+// line.
+//
+// The document start and end indicators are represented by:
+//
+//      DOCUMENT-START
+//      DOCUMENT-END
+//
+// Note that if a YAML stream contains an implicit document (without '---'
+// and '...' indicators), no DOCUMENT-START and DOCUMENT-END tokens will be
+// produced.
+//
+// In the following examples, we present whole documents together with the
+// produced tokens.
+//
+//      1. An implicit document:
+//
+//          'a scalar'
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          SCALAR("a scalar",single-quoted)
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      2. An explicit document:
+//
+//          ---
+//          'a scalar'
+//          ...
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("a scalar",single-quoted)
+//          DOCUMENT-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      3. Several documents in a stream:
+//
+//          'a scalar'
+//          ---
+//          'another scalar'
+//          ---
+//          'yet another scalar'
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          SCALAR("a scalar",single-quoted)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("another scalar",single-quoted)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("yet another scalar",single-quoted)
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+// We have already introduced the SCALAR token above.  The following tokens are
+// used to describe aliases, anchors, tag, and scalars:
+//
+//      ALIAS(anchor)
+//      ANCHOR(anchor)
+//      TAG(handle,suffix)
+//      SCALAR(value,style)
+//
+// The following series of examples illustrate the usage of these tokens:
+//
+//      1. A recursive sequence:
+//
+//          &A [ *A ]
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          ANCHOR("A")
+//          FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+//          ALIAS("A")
+//          FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      2. A tagged scalar:
+//
+//          !!float "3.14"  # A good approximation.
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          TAG("!!","float")
+//          SCALAR("3.14",double-quoted)
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      3. Various scalar styles:
+//
+//          --- # Implicit empty plain scalars do not produce tokens.
+//          --- a plain scalar
+//          --- 'a single-quoted scalar'
+//          --- "a double-quoted scalar"
+//          --- |-
+//            a literal scalar
+//          --- >-
+//            a folded
+//            scalar
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("a plain scalar",plain)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("a single-quoted scalar",single-quoted)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("a double-quoted scalar",double-quoted)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("a literal scalar",literal)
+//          DOCUMENT-START
+//          SCALAR("a folded scalar",folded)
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+// Now it's time to review collection-related tokens. We will start with
+// flow collections:
+//
+//      FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+//      FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+//      FLOW-MAPPING-START
+//      FLOW-MAPPING-END
+//      FLOW-ENTRY
+//      KEY
+//      VALUE
+//
+// The tokens FLOW-SEQUENCE-START, FLOW-SEQUENCE-END, FLOW-MAPPING-START, and
+// FLOW-MAPPING-END represent the indicators '[', ']', '{', and '}'
+// correspondingly.  FLOW-ENTRY represent the ',' indicator.  Finally the
+// indicators '?' and ':', which are used for denoting mapping keys and values,
+// are represented by the KEY and VALUE tokens.
+//
+// The following examples show flow collections:
+//
+//      1. A flow sequence:
+//
+//          [item 1, item 2, item 3]
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          FLOW-SEQUENCE-START
+//          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+//          FLOW-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+//          FLOW-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 3",plain)
+//          FLOW-SEQUENCE-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      2. A flow mapping:
+//
+//          {
+//              a simple key: a value,  # Note that the KEY token is produced.
+//              ? a complex key: another value,
+//          }
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          FLOW-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a simple key",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("a value",plain)
+//          FLOW-ENTRY
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a complex key",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("another value",plain)
+//          FLOW-ENTRY
+//          FLOW-MAPPING-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+// A simple key is a key which is not denoted by the '?' indicator.  Note that
+// the Scanner still produce the KEY token whenever it encounters a simple key.
+//
+// For scanning block collections, the following tokens are used (note that we
+// repeat KEY and VALUE here):
+//
+//      BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//      BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//      BLOCK-END
+//      BLOCK-ENTRY
+//      KEY
+//      VALUE
+//
+// The tokens BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START and BLOCK-MAPPING-START denote indentation
+// increase that precedes a block collection (cf. the INDENT token in Python).
+// The token BLOCK-END denote indentation decrease that ends a block collection
+// (cf. the DEDENT token in Python).  However YAML has some syntax pecularities
+// that makes detections of these tokens more complex.
+//
+// The tokens BLOCK-ENTRY, KEY, and VALUE are used to represent the indicators
+// '-', '?', and ':' correspondingly.
+//
+// The following examples show how the tokens BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START,
+// BLOCK-MAPPING-START, and BLOCK-END are emitted by the Scanner:
+//
+//      1. Block sequences:
+//
+//          - item 1
+//          - item 2
+//          -
+//            - item 3.1
+//            - item 3.2
+//          -
+//            key 1: value 1
+//            key 2: value 2
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 3.1",plain)
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 3.2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      2. Block mappings:
+//
+//          a simple key: a value   # The KEY token is produced here.
+//          ? a complex key
+//          : another value
+//          a mapping:
+//            key 1: value 1
+//            key 2: value 2
+//          a sequence:
+//            - item 1
+//            - item 2
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a simple key",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("a value",plain)
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a complex key",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("another value",plain)
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a mapping",plain)
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a sequence",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+// YAML does not always require to start a new block collection from a new
+// line.  If the current line contains only '-', '?', and ':' indicators, a new
+// block collection may start at the current line.  The following examples
+// illustrate this case:
+//
+//      1. Collections in a sequence:
+//
+//          - - item 1
+//            - item 2
+//          - key 1: value 1
+//            key 2: value 2
+//          - ? complex key
+//            : complex value
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("complex key")
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("complex value")
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+//      2. Collections in a mapping:
+//
+//          ? a sequence
+//          : - item 1
+//            - item 2
+//          ? a mapping
+//          : key 1: value 1
+//            key 2: value 2
+//
+//      Tokens:
+//
+//          STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a sequence",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+//          BLOCK-ENTRY
+//          SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("a mapping",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 1",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 1",plain)
+//          KEY
+//          SCALAR("key 2",plain)
+//          VALUE
+//          SCALAR("value 2",plain)
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          BLOCK-END
+//          STREAM-END
+//
+// YAML also permits non-indented sequences if they are included into a block
+// mapping.  In this case, the token BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START is not produced:
+//
+//      key:
+//      - item 1    # BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START is NOT produced here.
+//      - item 2
+//
+// Tokens:
+//
+//      STREAM-START(utf-8)
+//      BLOCK-MAPPING-START
+//      KEY
+//      SCALAR("key",plain)
+//      VALUE
+//      BLOCK-ENTRY
+//      SCALAR("item 1",plain)
+//      BLOCK-ENTRY
+//      SCALAR("item 2",plain)
+//      BLOCK-END
+//
+
+// Ensure that the buffer contains the required number of characters.
+// Return true on success, false on failure (reader error or memory error).
+func cache(parser *yaml_parser_t, length int) bool {
+	// [Go] This was inlined: !cache(A, B) -> unread < B && !update(A, B)
+	return parser.unread >= length || yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, length)
+}
+
+// Advance the buffer pointer.
+func skip(parser *yaml_parser_t) {
+	parser.mark.index++
+	parser.mark.column++
+	parser.unread--
+	parser.buffer_pos += width(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos])
+}
+
+func skip_line(parser *yaml_parser_t) {
+	if is_crlf(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		parser.mark.index += 2
+		parser.mark.column = 0
+		parser.mark.line++
+		parser.unread -= 2
+		parser.buffer_pos += 2
+	} else if is_break(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		parser.mark.index++
+		parser.mark.column = 0
+		parser.mark.line++
+		parser.unread--
+		parser.buffer_pos += width(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos])
+	}
+}
+
+// Copy a character to a string buffer and advance pointers.
+func read(parser *yaml_parser_t, s []byte) []byte {
+	w := width(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos])
+	if w == 0 {
+		panic("invalid character sequence")
+	}
+	if len(s) == 0 {
+		s = make([]byte, 0, 32)
+	}
+	if w == 1 && len(s)+w <= cap(s) {
+		s = s[:len(s)+1]
+		s[len(s)-1] = parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos]
+		parser.buffer_pos++
+	} else {
+		s = append(s, parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos:parser.buffer_pos+w]...)
+		parser.buffer_pos += w
+	}
+	parser.mark.index++
+	parser.mark.column++
+	parser.unread--
+	return s
+}
+
+// Copy a line break character to a string buffer and advance pointers.
+func read_line(parser *yaml_parser_t, s []byte) []byte {
+	buf := parser.buffer
+	pos := parser.buffer_pos
+	switch {
+	case buf[pos] == '\r' && buf[pos+1] == '\n':
+		// CR LF . LF
+		s = append(s, '\n')
+		parser.buffer_pos += 2
+		parser.mark.index++
+		parser.unread--
+	case buf[pos] == '\r' || buf[pos] == '\n':
+		// CR|LF . LF
+		s = append(s, '\n')
+		parser.buffer_pos += 1
+	case buf[pos] == '\xC2' && buf[pos+1] == '\x85':
+		// NEL . LF
+		s = append(s, '\n')
+		parser.buffer_pos += 2
+	case buf[pos] == '\xE2' && buf[pos+1] == '\x80' && (buf[pos+2] == '\xA8' || buf[pos+2] == '\xA9'):
+		// LS|PS . LS|PS
+		s = append(s, buf[parser.buffer_pos:pos+3]...)
+		parser.buffer_pos += 3
+	default:
+		return s
+	}
+	parser.mark.index++
+	parser.mark.column = 0
+	parser.mark.line++
+	parser.unread--
+	return s
+}
+
+// Get the next token.
+func yaml_parser_scan(parser *yaml_parser_t, token *yaml_token_t) bool {
+	// Erase the token object.
+	*token = yaml_token_t{} // [Go] Is this necessary?
+
+	// No tokens after STREAM-END or error.
+	if parser.stream_end_produced || parser.error != yaml_NO_ERROR {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	// Ensure that the tokens queue contains enough tokens.
+	if !parser.token_available {
+		if !yaml_parser_fetch_more_tokens(parser) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Fetch the next token from the queue.
+	*token = parser.tokens[parser.tokens_head]
+	parser.tokens_head++
+	parser.tokens_parsed++
+	parser.token_available = false
+
+	if token.typ == yaml_STREAM_END_TOKEN {
+		parser.stream_end_produced = true
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Set the scanner error and return false.
+func yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser *yaml_parser_t, context string, context_mark yaml_mark_t, problem string) bool {
+	parser.error = yaml_SCANNER_ERROR
+	parser.context = context
+	parser.context_mark = context_mark
+	parser.problem = problem
+	parser.problem_mark = parser.mark
+	return false
+}
+
+func yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser *yaml_parser_t, directive bool, context_mark yaml_mark_t, problem string) bool {
+	context := "while parsing a tag"
+	if directive {
+		context = "while parsing a %TAG directive"
+	}
+	return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, context, context_mark, problem)
+}
+
+func trace(args ...interface{}) func() {
+	pargs := append([]interface{}{"+++"}, args...)
+	fmt.Println(pargs...)
+	pargs = append([]interface{}{"---"}, args...)
+	return func() { fmt.Println(pargs...) }
+}
+
+// Ensure that the tokens queue contains at least one token which can be
+// returned to the Parser.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_more_tokens(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// While we need more tokens to fetch, do it.
+	for {
+		// Check if we really need to fetch more tokens.
+		need_more_tokens := false
+
+		if parser.tokens_head == len(parser.tokens) {
+			// Queue is empty.
+			need_more_tokens = true
+		} else {
+			// Check if any potential simple key may occupy the head position.
+			if !yaml_parser_stale_simple_keys(parser) {
+				return false
+			}
+
+			for i := range parser.simple_keys {
+				simple_key := &parser.simple_keys[i]
+				if simple_key.possible && simple_key.token_number == parser.tokens_parsed {
+					need_more_tokens = true
+					break
+				}
+			}
+		}
+
+		// We are finished.
+		if !need_more_tokens {
+			break
+		}
+		// Fetch the next token.
+		if !yaml_parser_fetch_next_token(parser) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	parser.token_available = true
+	return true
+}
+
+// The dispatcher for token fetchers.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_next_token(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Ensure that the buffer is initialized.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Check if we just started scanning.  Fetch STREAM-START then.
+	if !parser.stream_start_produced {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_stream_start(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Eat whitespaces and comments until we reach the next token.
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_to_next_token(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Remove obsolete potential simple keys.
+	if !yaml_parser_stale_simple_keys(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Check the indentation level against the current column.
+	if !yaml_parser_unroll_indent(parser, parser.mark.column) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Ensure that the buffer contains at least 4 characters.  4 is the length
+	// of the longest indicators ('--- ' and '... ').
+	if parser.unread < 4 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 4) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Is it the end of the stream?
+	if is_z(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_stream_end(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a directive?
+	if parser.mark.column == 0 && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '%' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_directive(parser)
+	}
+
+	buf := parser.buffer
+	pos := parser.buffer_pos
+
+	// Is it the document start indicator?
+	if parser.mark.column == 0 && buf[pos] == '-' && buf[pos+1] == '-' && buf[pos+2] == '-' && is_blankz(buf, pos+3) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_document_indicator(parser, yaml_DOCUMENT_START_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the document end indicator?
+	if parser.mark.column == 0 && buf[pos] == '.' && buf[pos+1] == '.' && buf[pos+2] == '.' && is_blankz(buf, pos+3) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_document_indicator(parser, yaml_DOCUMENT_END_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the flow sequence start indicator?
+	if buf[pos] == '[' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_start(parser, yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_START_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the flow mapping start indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '{' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_start(parser, yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_START_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the flow sequence end indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ']' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_end(parser,
+			yaml_FLOW_SEQUENCE_END_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the flow mapping end indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '}' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_end(parser,
+			yaml_FLOW_MAPPING_END_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the flow entry indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ',' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_entry(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the block entry indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '-' && is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_block_entry(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the key indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '?' && (parser.flow_level > 0 || is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1)) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_key(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Is it the value indicator?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ':' && (parser.flow_level > 0 || is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1)) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_value(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Is it an alias?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '*' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_anchor(parser, yaml_ALIAS_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it an anchor?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '&' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_anchor(parser, yaml_ANCHOR_TOKEN)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a tag?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '!' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_tag(parser)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a literal scalar?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '|' && parser.flow_level == 0 {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_block_scalar(parser, true)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a folded scalar?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '>' && parser.flow_level == 0 {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_block_scalar(parser, false)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a single-quoted scalar?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\'' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_scalar(parser, true)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a double-quoted scalar?
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '"' {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_flow_scalar(parser, false)
+	}
+
+	// Is it a plain scalar?
+	//
+	// A plain scalar may start with any non-blank characters except
+	//
+	//      '-', '?', ':', ',', '[', ']', '{', '}',
+	//      '#', '&', '*', '!', '|', '>', '\'', '\"',
+	//      '%', '@', '`'.
+	//
+	// In the block context (and, for the '-' indicator, in the flow context
+	// too), it may also start with the characters
+	//
+	//      '-', '?', ':'
+	//
+	// if it is followed by a non-space character.
+	//
+	// The last rule is more restrictive than the specification requires.
+	// [Go] Make this logic more reasonable.
+	//switch parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] {
+	//case '-', '?', ':', ',', '?', '-', ',', ':', ']', '[', '}', '{', '&', '#', '!', '*', '>', '|', '"', '\'', '@', '%', '-', '`':
+	//}
+	if !(is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '-' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '?' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ':' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ',' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '[' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ']' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '{' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '}' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '#' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '&' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '*' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '!' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '|' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '>' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\'' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '"' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '%' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '@' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '`') ||
+		(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '-' && !is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1)) ||
+		(parser.flow_level == 0 &&
+			(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '?' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ':') &&
+			!is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1)) {
+		return yaml_parser_fetch_plain_scalar(parser)
+	}
+
+	// If we don't determine the token type so far, it is an error.
+	return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser,
+		"while scanning for the next token", parser.mark,
+		"found character that cannot start any token")
+}
+
+// Check the list of potential simple keys and remove the positions that
+// cannot contain simple keys anymore.
+func yaml_parser_stale_simple_keys(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Check for a potential simple key for each flow level.
+	for i := range parser.simple_keys {
+		simple_key := &parser.simple_keys[i]
+
+		// The specification requires that a simple key
+		//
+		//  - is limited to a single line,
+		//  - is shorter than 1024 characters.
+		if simple_key.possible && (simple_key.mark.line < parser.mark.line || simple_key.mark.index+1024 < parser.mark.index) {
+
+			// Check if the potential simple key to be removed is required.
+			if simple_key.required {
+				return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser,
+					"while scanning a simple key", simple_key.mark,
+					"could not find expected ':'")
+			}
+			simple_key.possible = false
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Check if a simple key may start at the current position and add it if
+// needed.
+func yaml_parser_save_simple_key(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// A simple key is required at the current position if the scanner is in
+	// the block context and the current column coincides with the indentation
+	// level.
+
+	required := parser.flow_level == 0 && parser.indent == parser.mark.column
+
+	//
+	// If the current position may start a simple key, save it.
+	//
+	if parser.simple_key_allowed {
+		simple_key := yaml_simple_key_t{
+			possible:     true,
+			required:     required,
+			token_number: parser.tokens_parsed + (len(parser.tokens) - parser.tokens_head),
+		}
+		simple_key.mark = parser.mark
+
+		if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+			return false
+		}
+		parser.simple_keys[len(parser.simple_keys)-1] = simple_key
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Remove a potential simple key at the current flow level.
+func yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	i := len(parser.simple_keys) - 1
+	if parser.simple_keys[i].possible {
+		// If the key is required, it is an error.
+		if parser.simple_keys[i].required {
+			return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser,
+				"while scanning a simple key", parser.simple_keys[i].mark,
+				"could not find expected ':'")
+		}
+	}
+	// Remove the key from the stack.
+	parser.simple_keys[i].possible = false
+	return true
+}
+
+// Increase the flow level and resize the simple key list if needed.
+func yaml_parser_increase_flow_level(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Reset the simple key on the next level.
+	parser.simple_keys = append(parser.simple_keys, yaml_simple_key_t{})
+
+	// Increase the flow level.
+	parser.flow_level++
+	return true
+}
+
+// Decrease the flow level.
+func yaml_parser_decrease_flow_level(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	if parser.flow_level > 0 {
+		parser.flow_level--
+		parser.simple_keys = parser.simple_keys[:len(parser.simple_keys)-1]
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Push the current indentation level to the stack and set the new level
+// the current column is greater than the indentation level.  In this case,
+// append or insert the specified token into the token queue.
+func yaml_parser_roll_indent(parser *yaml_parser_t, column, number int, typ yaml_token_type_t, mark yaml_mark_t) bool {
+	// In the flow context, do nothing.
+	if parser.flow_level > 0 {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	if parser.indent < column {
+		// Push the current indentation level to the stack and set the new
+		// indentation level.
+		parser.indents = append(parser.indents, parser.indent)
+		parser.indent = column
+
+		// Create a token and insert it into the queue.
+		token := yaml_token_t{
+			typ:        typ,
+			start_mark: mark,
+			end_mark:   mark,
+		}
+		if number > -1 {
+			number -= parser.tokens_parsed
+		}
+		yaml_insert_token(parser, number, &token)
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Pop indentation levels from the indents stack until the current level
+// becomes less or equal to the column.  For each indentation level, append
+// the BLOCK-END token.
+func yaml_parser_unroll_indent(parser *yaml_parser_t, column int) bool {
+	// In the flow context, do nothing.
+	if parser.flow_level > 0 {
+		return true
+	}
+
+	// Loop through the indentation levels in the stack.
+	for parser.indent > column {
+		// Create a token and append it to the queue.
+		token := yaml_token_t{
+			typ:        yaml_BLOCK_END_TOKEN,
+			start_mark: parser.mark,
+			end_mark:   parser.mark,
+		}
+		yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+
+		// Pop the indentation level.
+		parser.indent = parser.indents[len(parser.indents)-1]
+		parser.indents = parser.indents[:len(parser.indents)-1]
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Initialize the scanner and produce the STREAM-START token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_stream_start(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+
+	// Set the initial indentation.
+	parser.indent = -1
+
+	// Initialize the simple key stack.
+	parser.simple_keys = append(parser.simple_keys, yaml_simple_key_t{})
+
+	// A simple key is allowed at the beginning of the stream.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = true
+
+	// We have started.
+	parser.stream_start_produced = true
+
+	// Create the STREAM-START token and append it to the queue.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_STREAM_START_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: parser.mark,
+		end_mark:   parser.mark,
+		encoding:   parser.encoding,
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the STREAM-END token and shut down the scanner.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_stream_end(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+
+	// Force new line.
+	if parser.mark.column != 0 {
+		parser.mark.column = 0
+		parser.mark.line++
+	}
+
+	// Reset the indentation level.
+	if !yaml_parser_unroll_indent(parser, -1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Reset simple keys.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Create the STREAM-END token and append it to the queue.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_STREAM_END_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: parser.mark,
+		end_mark:   parser.mark,
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce a VERSION-DIRECTIVE or TAG-DIRECTIVE token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_directive(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Reset the indentation level.
+	if !yaml_parser_unroll_indent(parser, -1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Reset simple keys.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Create the YAML-DIRECTIVE or TAG-DIRECTIVE token.
+	token := yaml_token_t{}
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_directive(parser, &token) {
+		return false
+	}
+	// Append the token to the queue.
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the DOCUMENT-START or DOCUMENT-END token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_document_indicator(parser *yaml_parser_t, typ yaml_token_type_t) bool {
+	// Reset the indentation level.
+	if !yaml_parser_unroll_indent(parser, -1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Reset simple keys.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Consume the token.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+
+	skip(parser)
+	skip(parser)
+	skip(parser)
+
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the DOCUMENT-START or DOCUMENT-END token.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        typ,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	// Append the token to the queue.
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the FLOW-SEQUENCE-START or FLOW-MAPPING-START token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_start(parser *yaml_parser_t, typ yaml_token_type_t) bool {
+	// The indicators '[' and '{' may start a simple key.
+	if !yaml_parser_save_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Increase the flow level.
+	if !yaml_parser_increase_flow_level(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// A simple key may follow the indicators '[' and '{'.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = true
+
+	// Consume the token.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the FLOW-SEQUENCE-START of FLOW-MAPPING-START token.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        typ,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	// Append the token to the queue.
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the FLOW-SEQUENCE-END or FLOW-MAPPING-END token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_flow_collection_end(parser *yaml_parser_t, typ yaml_token_type_t) bool {
+	// Reset any potential simple key on the current flow level.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Decrease the flow level.
+	if !yaml_parser_decrease_flow_level(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// No simple keys after the indicators ']' and '}'.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Consume the token.
+
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the FLOW-SEQUENCE-END of FLOW-MAPPING-END token.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        typ,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	// Append the token to the queue.
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the FLOW-ENTRY token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_flow_entry(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Reset any potential simple keys on the current flow level.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Simple keys are allowed after ','.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = true
+
+	// Consume the token.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the FLOW-ENTRY token and append it to the queue.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_FLOW_ENTRY_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the BLOCK-ENTRY token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_block_entry(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// Check if the scanner is in the block context.
+	if parser.flow_level == 0 {
+		// Check if we are allowed to start a new entry.
+		if !parser.simple_key_allowed {
+			return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "", parser.mark,
+				"block sequence entries are not allowed in this context")
+		}
+		// Add the BLOCK-SEQUENCE-START token if needed.
+		if !yaml_parser_roll_indent(parser, parser.mark.column, -1, yaml_BLOCK_SEQUENCE_START_TOKEN, parser.mark) {
+			return false
+		}
+	} else {
+		// It is an error for the '-' indicator to occur in the flow context,
+		// but we let the Parser detect and report about it because the Parser
+		// is able to point to the context.
+	}
+
+	// Reset any potential simple keys on the current flow level.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Simple keys are allowed after '-'.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = true
+
+	// Consume the token.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the BLOCK-ENTRY token and append it to the queue.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_BLOCK_ENTRY_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the KEY token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_key(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+
+	// In the block context, additional checks are required.
+	if parser.flow_level == 0 {
+		// Check if we are allowed to start a new key (not nessesary simple).
+		if !parser.simple_key_allowed {
+			return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "", parser.mark,
+				"mapping keys are not allowed in this context")
+		}
+		// Add the BLOCK-MAPPING-START token if needed.
+		if !yaml_parser_roll_indent(parser, parser.mark.column, -1, yaml_BLOCK_MAPPING_START_TOKEN, parser.mark) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Reset any potential simple keys on the current flow level.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Simple keys are allowed after '?' in the block context.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = parser.flow_level == 0
+
+	// Consume the token.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the KEY token and append it to the queue.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_KEY_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the VALUE token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_value(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+
+	simple_key := &parser.simple_keys[len(parser.simple_keys)-1]
+
+	// Have we found a simple key?
+	if simple_key.possible {
+		// Create the KEY token and insert it into the queue.
+		token := yaml_token_t{
+			typ:        yaml_KEY_TOKEN,
+			start_mark: simple_key.mark,
+			end_mark:   simple_key.mark,
+		}
+		yaml_insert_token(parser, simple_key.token_number-parser.tokens_parsed, &token)
+
+		// In the block context, we may need to add the BLOCK-MAPPING-START token.
+		if !yaml_parser_roll_indent(parser, simple_key.mark.column,
+			simple_key.token_number,
+			yaml_BLOCK_MAPPING_START_TOKEN, simple_key.mark) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		// Remove the simple key.
+		simple_key.possible = false
+
+		// A simple key cannot follow another simple key.
+		parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	} else {
+		// The ':' indicator follows a complex key.
+
+		// In the block context, extra checks are required.
+		if parser.flow_level == 0 {
+
+			// Check if we are allowed to start a complex value.
+			if !parser.simple_key_allowed {
+				return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "", parser.mark,
+					"mapping values are not allowed in this context")
+			}
+
+			// Add the BLOCK-MAPPING-START token if needed.
+			if !yaml_parser_roll_indent(parser, parser.mark.column, -1, yaml_BLOCK_MAPPING_START_TOKEN, parser.mark) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		// Simple keys after ':' are allowed in the block context.
+		parser.simple_key_allowed = parser.flow_level == 0
+	}
+
+	// Consume the token.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create the VALUE token and append it to the queue.
+	token := yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_VALUE_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the ALIAS or ANCHOR token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_anchor(parser *yaml_parser_t, typ yaml_token_type_t) bool {
+	// An anchor or an alias could be a simple key.
+	if !yaml_parser_save_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// A simple key cannot follow an anchor or an alias.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Create the ALIAS or ANCHOR token and append it to the queue.
+	var token yaml_token_t
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_anchor(parser, &token, typ) {
+		return false
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the TAG token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_tag(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// A tag could be a simple key.
+	if !yaml_parser_save_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// A simple key cannot follow a tag.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Create the TAG token and append it to the queue.
+	var token yaml_token_t
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_tag(parser, &token) {
+		return false
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the SCALAR(...,literal) or SCALAR(...,folded) tokens.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_block_scalar(parser *yaml_parser_t, literal bool) bool {
+	// Remove any potential simple keys.
+	if !yaml_parser_remove_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// A simple key may follow a block scalar.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = true
+
+	// Create the SCALAR token and append it to the queue.
+	var token yaml_token_t
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar(parser, &token, literal) {
+		return false
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the SCALAR(...,single-quoted) or SCALAR(...,double-quoted) tokens.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_flow_scalar(parser *yaml_parser_t, single bool) bool {
+	// A plain scalar could be a simple key.
+	if !yaml_parser_save_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// A simple key cannot follow a flow scalar.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Create the SCALAR token and append it to the queue.
+	var token yaml_token_t
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_flow_scalar(parser, &token, single) {
+		return false
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Produce the SCALAR(...,plain) token.
+func yaml_parser_fetch_plain_scalar(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+	// A plain scalar could be a simple key.
+	if !yaml_parser_save_simple_key(parser) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// A simple key cannot follow a flow scalar.
+	parser.simple_key_allowed = false
+
+	// Create the SCALAR token and append it to the queue.
+	var token yaml_token_t
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_plain_scalar(parser, &token) {
+		return false
+	}
+	yaml_insert_token(parser, -1, &token)
+	return true
+}
+
+// Eat whitespaces and comments until the next token is found.
+func yaml_parser_scan_to_next_token(parser *yaml_parser_t) bool {
+
+	// Until the next token is not found.
+	for {
+		// Allow the BOM mark to start a line.
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if parser.mark.column == 0 && is_bom(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			skip(parser)
+		}
+
+		// Eat whitespaces.
+		// Tabs are allowed:
+		//  - in the flow context
+		//  - in the block context, but not at the beginning of the line or
+		//  after '-', '?', or ':' (complex value).
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		for parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ' ' || ((parser.flow_level > 0 || !parser.simple_key_allowed) && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\t') {
+			skip(parser)
+			if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		// Eat a comment until a line break.
+		if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '#' {
+			for !is_breakz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+				skip(parser)
+				if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+					return false
+				}
+			}
+		}
+
+		// If it is a line break, eat it.
+		if is_break(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			if parser.unread < 2 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 2) {
+				return false
+			}
+			skip_line(parser)
+
+			// In the block context, a new line may start a simple key.
+			if parser.flow_level == 0 {
+				parser.simple_key_allowed = true
+			}
+		} else {
+			break // We have found a token.
+		}
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan a YAML-DIRECTIVE or TAG-DIRECTIVE token.
+//
+// Scope:
+//      %YAML    1.1    # a comment \n
+//      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
+//      %TAG    !yaml!  tag:yaml.org,2002:  \n
+//      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
+//
+func yaml_parser_scan_directive(parser *yaml_parser_t, token *yaml_token_t) bool {
+	// Eat '%'.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+
+	// Scan the directive name.
+	var name []byte
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_directive_name(parser, start_mark, &name) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Is it a YAML directive?
+	if bytes.Equal(name, []byte("YAML")) {
+		// Scan the VERSION directive value.
+		var major, minor int8
+		if !yaml_parser_scan_version_directive_value(parser, start_mark, &major, &minor) {
+			return false
+		}
+		end_mark := parser.mark
+
+		// Create a VERSION-DIRECTIVE token.
+		*token = yaml_token_t{
+			typ:        yaml_VERSION_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			major:      major,
+			minor:      minor,
+		}
+
+		// Is it a TAG directive?
+	} else if bytes.Equal(name, []byte("TAG")) {
+		// Scan the TAG directive value.
+		var handle, prefix []byte
+		if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_directive_value(parser, start_mark, &handle, &prefix) {
+			return false
+		}
+		end_mark := parser.mark
+
+		// Create a TAG-DIRECTIVE token.
+		*token = yaml_token_t{
+			typ:        yaml_TAG_DIRECTIVE_TOKEN,
+			start_mark: start_mark,
+			end_mark:   end_mark,
+			value:      handle,
+			prefix:     prefix,
+		}
+
+		// Unknown directive.
+	} else {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a directive",
+			start_mark, "found unknown directive name")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Eat the rest of the line including any comments.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	for is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		skip(parser)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '#' {
+		for !is_breakz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			skip(parser)
+			if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Check if we are at the end of the line.
+	if !is_breakz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a directive",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected comment or line break")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Eat a line break.
+	if is_break(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		if parser.unread < 2 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 2) {
+			return false
+		}
+		skip_line(parser)
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan the directive name.
+//
+// Scope:
+//      %YAML   1.1     # a comment \n
+//       ^^^^
+//      %TAG    !yaml!  tag:yaml.org,2002:  \n
+//       ^^^
+//
+func yaml_parser_scan_directive_name(parser *yaml_parser_t, start_mark yaml_mark_t, name *[]byte) bool {
+	// Consume the directive name.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	var s []byte
+	for is_alpha(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		s = read(parser, s)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Check if the name is empty.
+	if len(s) == 0 {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a directive",
+			start_mark, "could not find expected directive name")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Check for an blank character after the name.
+	if !is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a directive",
+			start_mark, "found unexpected non-alphabetical character")
+		return false
+	}
+	*name = s
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan the value of VERSION-DIRECTIVE.
+//
+// Scope:
+//      %YAML   1.1     # a comment \n
+//           ^^^^^^
+func yaml_parser_scan_version_directive_value(parser *yaml_parser_t, start_mark yaml_mark_t, major, minor *int8) bool {
+	// Eat whitespaces.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	for is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		skip(parser)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Consume the major version number.
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_version_directive_number(parser, start_mark, major) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Eat '.'.
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] != '.' {
+		return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a %YAML directive",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected digit or '.' character")
+	}
+
+	skip(parser)
+
+	// Consume the minor version number.
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_version_directive_number(parser, start_mark, minor) {
+		return false
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+const max_number_length = 2
+
+// Scan the version number of VERSION-DIRECTIVE.
+//
+// Scope:
+//      %YAML   1.1     # a comment \n
+//              ^
+//      %YAML   1.1     # a comment \n
+//                ^
+func yaml_parser_scan_version_directive_number(parser *yaml_parser_t, start_mark yaml_mark_t, number *int8) bool {
+
+	// Repeat while the next character is digit.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	var value, length int8
+	for is_digit(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		// Check if the number is too long.
+		length++
+		if length > max_number_length {
+			return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a %YAML directive",
+				start_mark, "found extremely long version number")
+		}
+		value = value*10 + int8(as_digit(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos))
+		skip(parser)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Check if the number was present.
+	if length == 0 {
+		return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a %YAML directive",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected version number")
+	}
+	*number = value
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan the value of a TAG-DIRECTIVE token.
+//
+// Scope:
+//      %TAG    !yaml!  tag:yaml.org,2002:  \n
+//          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
+//
+func yaml_parser_scan_tag_directive_value(parser *yaml_parser_t, start_mark yaml_mark_t, handle, prefix *[]byte) bool {
+	var handle_value, prefix_value []byte
+
+	// Eat whitespaces.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	for is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		skip(parser)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Scan a handle.
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_handle(parser, true, start_mark, &handle_value) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Expect a whitespace.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a %TAG directive",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected whitespace")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Eat whitespaces.
+	for is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		skip(parser)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Scan a prefix.
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_uri(parser, true, nil, start_mark, &prefix_value) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Expect a whitespace or line break.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a %TAG directive",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected whitespace or line break")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	*handle = handle_value
+	*prefix = prefix_value
+	return true
+}
+
+func yaml_parser_scan_anchor(parser *yaml_parser_t, token *yaml_token_t, typ yaml_token_type_t) bool {
+	var s []byte
+
+	// Eat the indicator character.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+
+	// Consume the value.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	for is_alpha(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		s = read(parser, s)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	/*
+	 * Check if length of the anchor is greater than 0 and it is followed by
+	 * a whitespace character or one of the indicators:
+	 *
+	 *      '?', ':', ',', ']', '}', '%', '@', '`'.
+	 */
+
+	if len(s) == 0 ||
+		!(is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '?' ||
+			parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ':' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ',' ||
+			parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ']' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '}' ||
+			parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '%' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '@' ||
+			parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '`') {
+		context := "while scanning an alias"
+		if typ == yaml_ANCHOR_TOKEN {
+			context = "while scanning an anchor"
+		}
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, context, start_mark,
+			"did not find expected alphabetic or numeric character")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Create a token.
+	*token = yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        typ,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+		value:      s,
+	}
+
+	return true
+}
+
+/*
+ * Scan a TAG token.
+ */
+
+func yaml_parser_scan_tag(parser *yaml_parser_t, token *yaml_token_t) bool {
+	var handle, suffix []byte
+
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Check if the tag is in the canonical form.
+	if parser.unread < 2 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 2) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+1] == '<' {
+		// Keep the handle as ''
+
+		// Eat '!<'
+		skip(parser)
+		skip(parser)
+
+		// Consume the tag value.
+		if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_uri(parser, false, nil, start_mark, &suffix) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		// Check for '>' and eat it.
+		if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] != '>' {
+			yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a tag",
+				start_mark, "did not find the expected '>'")
+			return false
+		}
+
+		skip(parser)
+	} else {
+		// The tag has either the '!suffix' or the '!handle!suffix' form.
+
+		// First, try to scan a handle.
+		if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_handle(parser, false, start_mark, &handle) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		// Check if it is, indeed, handle.
+		if handle[0] == '!' && len(handle) > 1 && handle[len(handle)-1] == '!' {
+			// Scan the suffix now.
+			if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_uri(parser, false, nil, start_mark, &suffix) {
+				return false
+			}
+		} else {
+			// It wasn't a handle after all.  Scan the rest of the tag.
+			if !yaml_parser_scan_tag_uri(parser, false, handle, start_mark, &suffix) {
+				return false
+			}
+
+			// Set the handle to '!'.
+			handle = []byte{'!'}
+
+			// A special case: the '!' tag.  Set the handle to '' and the
+			// suffix to '!'.
+			if len(suffix) == 0 {
+				handle, suffix = suffix, handle
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Check the character which ends the tag.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if !is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a tag",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected whitespace or line break")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Create a token.
+	*token = yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_TAG_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+		value:      handle,
+		suffix:     suffix,
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan a tag handle.
+func yaml_parser_scan_tag_handle(parser *yaml_parser_t, directive bool, start_mark yaml_mark_t, handle *[]byte) bool {
+	// Check the initial '!' character.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] != '!' {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser, directive,
+			start_mark, "did not find expected '!'")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	var s []byte
+
+	// Copy the '!' character.
+	s = read(parser, s)
+
+	// Copy all subsequent alphabetical and numerical characters.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	for is_alpha(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		s = read(parser, s)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Check if the trailing character is '!' and copy it.
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '!' {
+		s = read(parser, s)
+	} else {
+		// It's either the '!' tag or not really a tag handle.  If it's a %TAG
+		// directive, it's an error.  If it's a tag token, it must be a part of URI.
+		if directive && string(s) != "!" {
+			yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser, directive,
+				start_mark, "did not find expected '!'")
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	*handle = s
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan a tag.
+func yaml_parser_scan_tag_uri(parser *yaml_parser_t, directive bool, head []byte, start_mark yaml_mark_t, uri *[]byte) bool {
+	//size_t length = head ? strlen((char *)head) : 0
+	var s []byte
+	hasTag := len(head) > 0
+
+	// Copy the head if needed.
+	//
+	// Note that we don't copy the leading '!' character.
+	if len(head) > 1 {
+		s = append(s, head[1:]...)
+	}
+
+	// Scan the tag.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// The set of characters that may appear in URI is as follows:
+	//
+	//      '0'-'9', 'A'-'Z', 'a'-'z', '_', '-', ';', '/', '?', ':', '@', '&',
+	//      '=', '+', '$', ',', '.', '!', '~', '*', '\'', '(', ')', '[', ']',
+	//      '%'.
+	// [Go] Convert this into more reasonable logic.
+	for is_alpha(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ';' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '/' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '?' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ':' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '@' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '&' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '=' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '+' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '$' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ',' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '.' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '!' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '~' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '*' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\'' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '(' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ')' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '[' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == ']' ||
+		parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '%' {
+		// Check if it is a URI-escape sequence.
+		if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '%' {
+			if !yaml_parser_scan_uri_escapes(parser, directive, start_mark, &s) {
+				return false
+			}
+		} else {
+			s = read(parser, s)
+		}
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+		hasTag = true
+	}
+
+	if !hasTag {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser, directive,
+			start_mark, "did not find expected tag URI")
+		return false
+	}
+	*uri = s
+	return true
+}
+
+// Decode an URI-escape sequence corresponding to a single UTF-8 character.
+func yaml_parser_scan_uri_escapes(parser *yaml_parser_t, directive bool, start_mark yaml_mark_t, s *[]byte) bool {
+
+	// Decode the required number of characters.
+	w := 1024
+	for w > 0 {
+		// Check for a URI-escaped octet.
+		if parser.unread < 3 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 3) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		if !(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '%' &&
+			is_hex(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1) &&
+			is_hex(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+2)) {
+			return yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser, directive,
+				start_mark, "did not find URI escaped octet")
+		}
+
+		// Get the octet.
+		octet := byte((as_hex(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1) << 4) + as_hex(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+2))
+
+		// If it is the leading octet, determine the length of the UTF-8 sequence.
+		if w == 1024 {
+			w = width(octet)
+			if w == 0 {
+				return yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser, directive,
+					start_mark, "found an incorrect leading UTF-8 octet")
+			}
+		} else {
+			// Check if the trailing octet is correct.
+			if octet&0xC0 != 0x80 {
+				return yaml_parser_set_scanner_tag_error(parser, directive,
+					start_mark, "found an incorrect trailing UTF-8 octet")
+			}
+		}
+
+		// Copy the octet and move the pointers.
+		*s = append(*s, octet)
+		skip(parser)
+		skip(parser)
+		skip(parser)
+		w--
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan a block scalar.
+func yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar(parser *yaml_parser_t, token *yaml_token_t, literal bool) bool {
+	// Eat the indicator '|' or '>'.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+
+	// Scan the additional block scalar indicators.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Check for a chomping indicator.
+	var chomping, increment int
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '+' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '-' {
+		// Set the chomping method and eat the indicator.
+		if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '+' {
+			chomping = +1
+		} else {
+			chomping = -1
+		}
+		skip(parser)
+
+		// Check for an indentation indicator.
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if is_digit(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			// Check that the indentation is greater than 0.
+			if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '0' {
+				yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a block scalar",
+					start_mark, "found an indentation indicator equal to 0")
+				return false
+			}
+
+			// Get the indentation level and eat the indicator.
+			increment = as_digit(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos)
+			skip(parser)
+		}
+
+	} else if is_digit(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		// Do the same as above, but in the opposite order.
+
+		if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '0' {
+			yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a block scalar",
+				start_mark, "found an indentation indicator equal to 0")
+			return false
+		}
+		increment = as_digit(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos)
+		skip(parser)
+
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+		if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '+' || parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '-' {
+			if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '+' {
+				chomping = +1
+			} else {
+				chomping = -1
+			}
+			skip(parser)
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Eat whitespaces and comments to the end of the line.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	for is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		skip(parser)
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+	if parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '#' {
+		for !is_breakz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			skip(parser)
+			if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Check if we are at the end of the line.
+	if !is_breakz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a block scalar",
+			start_mark, "did not find expected comment or line break")
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Eat a line break.
+	if is_break(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		if parser.unread < 2 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 2) {
+			return false
+		}
+		skip_line(parser)
+	}
+
+	end_mark := parser.mark
+
+	// Set the indentation level if it was specified.
+	var indent int
+	if increment > 0 {
+		if parser.indent >= 0 {
+			indent = parser.indent + increment
+		} else {
+			indent = increment
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Scan the leading line breaks and determine the indentation level if needed.
+	var s, leading_break, trailing_breaks []byte
+	if !yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar_breaks(parser, &indent, &trailing_breaks, start_mark, &end_mark) {
+		return false
+	}
+
+	// Scan the block scalar content.
+	if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+		return false
+	}
+	var leading_blank, trailing_blank bool
+	for parser.mark.column == indent && !is_z(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+		// We are at the beginning of a non-empty line.
+
+		// Is it a trailing whitespace?
+		trailing_blank = is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos)
+
+		// Check if we need to fold the leading line break.
+		if !literal && !leading_blank && !trailing_blank && len(leading_break) > 0 && leading_break[0] == '\n' {
+			// Do we need to join the lines by space?
+			if len(trailing_breaks) == 0 {
+				s = append(s, ' ')
+			}
+		} else {
+			s = append(s, leading_break...)
+		}
+		leading_break = leading_break[:0]
+
+		// Append the remaining line breaks.
+		s = append(s, trailing_breaks...)
+		trailing_breaks = trailing_breaks[:0]
+
+		// Is it a leading whitespace?
+		leading_blank = is_blank(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos)
+
+		// Consume the current line.
+		for !is_breakz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			s = read(parser, s)
+			if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+
+		// Consume the line break.
+		if parser.unread < 2 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 2) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		leading_break = read_line(parser, leading_break)
+
+		// Eat the following indentation spaces and line breaks.
+		if !yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar_breaks(parser, &indent, &trailing_breaks, start_mark, &end_mark) {
+			return false
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Chomp the tail.
+	if chomping != -1 {
+		s = append(s, leading_break...)
+	}
+	if chomping == 1 {
+		s = append(s, trailing_breaks...)
+	}
+
+	// Create a token.
+	*token = yaml_token_t{
+		typ:        yaml_SCALAR_TOKEN,
+		start_mark: start_mark,
+		end_mark:   end_mark,
+		value:      s,
+		style:      yaml_LITERAL_SCALAR_STYLE,
+	}
+	if !literal {
+		token.style = yaml_FOLDED_SCALAR_STYLE
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan indentation spaces and line breaks for a block scalar.  Determine the
+// indentation level if needed.
+func yaml_parser_scan_block_scalar_breaks(parser *yaml_parser_t, indent *int, breaks *[]byte, start_mark yaml_mark_t, end_mark *yaml_mark_t) bool {
+	*end_mark = parser.mark
+
+	// Eat the indentation spaces and line breaks.
+	max_indent := 0
+	for {
+		// Eat the indentation spaces.
+		if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+			return false
+		}
+		for (*indent == 0 || parser.mark.column < *indent) && is_space(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			skip(parser)
+			if parser.unread < 1 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 1) {
+				return false
+			}
+		}
+		if parser.mark.column > max_indent {
+			max_indent = parser.mark.column
+		}
+
+		// Check for a tab character messing the indentation.
+		if (*indent == 0 || parser.mark.column < *indent) && is_tab(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			return yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a block scalar",
+				start_mark, "found a tab character where an indentation space is expected")
+		}
+
+		// Have we found a non-empty line?
+		if !is_break(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			break
+		}
+
+		// Consume the line break.
+		if parser.unread < 2 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 2) {
+			return false
+		}
+		// [Go] Should really be returning breaks instead.
+		*breaks = read_line(parser, *breaks)
+		*end_mark = parser.mark
+	}
+
+	// Determine the indentation level if needed.
+	if *indent == 0 {
+		*indent = max_indent
+		if *indent < parser.indent+1 {
+			*indent = parser.indent + 1
+		}
+		if *indent < 1 {
+			*indent = 1
+		}
+	}
+	return true
+}
+
+// Scan a quoted scalar.
+func yaml_parser_scan_flow_scalar(parser *yaml_parser_t, token *yaml_token_t, single bool) bool {
+	// Eat the left quote.
+	start_mark := parser.mark
+	skip(parser)
+
+	// Consume the content of the quoted scalar.
+	var s, leading_break, trailing_breaks, whitespaces []byte
+	for {
+		// Check that there are no document indicators at the beginning of the line.
+		if parser.unread < 4 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 4) {
+			return false
+		}
+
+		if parser.mark.column == 0 &&
+			((parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+0] == '-' &&
+				parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+1] == '-' &&
+				parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+2] == '-') ||
+				(parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+0] == '.' &&
+					parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+1] == '.' &&
+					parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+2] == '.')) &&
+			is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+3) {
+			yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a quoted scalar",
+				start_mark, "found unexpected document indicator")
+			return false
+		}
+
+		// Check for EOF.
+		if is_z(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			yaml_parser_set_scanner_error(parser, "while scanning a quoted scalar",
+				start_mark, "found unexpected end of stream")
+			return false
+		}
+
+		// Consume non-blank characters.
+		leading_blanks := false
+		for !is_blankz(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos) {
+			if single && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\'' && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+1] == '\'' {
+				// Is is an escaped single quote.
+				s = append(s, '\'')
+				skip(parser)
+				skip(parser)
+
+			} else if single && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\'' {
+				// It is a right single quote.
+				break
+			} else if !single && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '"' {
+				// It is a right double quote.
+				break
+
+			} else if !single && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\\' && is_break(parser.buffer, parser.buffer_pos+1) {
+				// It is an escaped line break.
+				if parser.unread < 3 && !yaml_parser_update_buffer(parser, 3) {
+					return false
+				}
+				skip(parser)
+				skip_line(parser)
+				leading_blanks = true
+				break
+
+			} else if !single && parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos] == '\\' {
+				// It is an escape sequence.
+				code_length := 0
+
+				// Check the escape character.
+				switch parser.buffer[parser.buffer_pos+1] {
+				case '0':
+					s = append(s, 0)
+				case 'a':
+					s = append(s, '\x07')
+				case 'b':
+					s = append(s, '\x08')
+				case 't', '\t':
+					s = append(s, '\x09')
+				case 'n':
+					s = append(s, '\x0A')
+				case 'v':
+					s = append(s, '\x0B')
+				case 'f':
+					s = append(s, '\x0C')
+				case 'r':
+					s = append(s, '\x0D')
+				case 'e':
+					s = append(s, '\x1B')
+				case ' ':
+					s = append(s, '\x20')
+				case '"':
+					s = append(s, '"')
+				case '\'':
+					s = append(s, '\'')
+				case '\\':
+					s = append(s, '\\')
+				case 'N': // NEL (#x85)
+					s = append(s, '\xC2')
+					s = append(s, '\x85')
+				case '_': // #xA0
+					s = append(s, '\xC2')
+					s = append(s, '\xA0')
+				case 'L': // LS (#x2028)
+					s = append(s, '\xE2')
+					s = append(s, '\x80')
+					s = append(s, '\xA8')
+				case 'P': // PS (#x2029)
+					s = append(s, '\xE2')
+					s = append(s, '\x80')
+