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1{"version":3,"file":"react-router.production.min.js","sources":["../../../../packages/react-router/lib/context.ts","../../../../packages/react-router/lib/router.ts","../../../../packages/react-router/lib/hooks.tsx","../../../../packages/react-router/lib/components.tsx"],"sourcesContent":["import * as React from \"react\";\nimport type { History, Location } from \"history\";\nimport { Action as NavigationType } from \"history\";\n\nimport type { RouteMatch } from \"./router\";\n\n/**\n * A Navigator is a \"location changer\"; it's how you get to different locations.\n *\n * Every history instance conforms to the Navigator interface, but the\n * distinction is useful primarily when it comes to the low-level <Router> API\n * where both the location and a navigator must be provided separately in order\n * to avoid \"tearing\" that may occur in a suspense-enabled app if the action\n * and/or location were to be read directly from the history instance.\n */\nexport type Navigator = Pick<History, \"go\" | \"push\" | \"replace\" | \"createHref\">;\n\ninterface NavigationContextObject {\n basename: string;\n navigator: Navigator;\n static: boolean;\n}\n\nexport const NavigationContext = React.createContext<NavigationContextObject>(\n null!\n);\n\nif (__DEV__) {\n NavigationContext.displayName = \"Navigation\";\n}\n\ninterface LocationContextObject {\n location: Location;\n navigationType: NavigationType;\n}\n\nexport const LocationContext = React.createContext<LocationContextObject>(\n null!\n);\n\nif (__DEV__) {\n LocationContext.displayName = \"Location\";\n}\n\ninterface RouteContextObject {\n outlet: React.ReactElement | null;\n matches: RouteMatch[];\n}\n\nexport const RouteContext = React.createContext<RouteContextObject>({\n outlet: null,\n matches: [],\n});\n\nif (__DEV__) {\n RouteContext.displayName = \"Route\";\n}\n","import type { Location, Path, To } from \"history\";\nimport { parsePath } from \"history\";\n\nexport function invariant(cond: any, message: string): asserts cond {\n if (!cond) throw new Error(message);\n}\n\nexport function warning(cond: any, message: string): void {\n if (!cond) {\n // eslint-disable-next-line no-console\n if (typeof console !== \"undefined\") console.warn(message);\n\n try {\n // Welcome to debugging React Router!\n //\n // This error is thrown as a convenience so you can more easily\n // find the source for a warning that appears in the console by\n // enabling \"pause on exceptions\" in your JavaScript debugger.\n throw new Error(message);\n // eslint-disable-next-line no-empty\n } catch (e) {}\n }\n}\n\nconst alreadyWarned: Record<string, boolean> = {};\nexport function warningOnce(key: string, cond: boolean, message: string) {\n if (!cond && !alreadyWarned[key]) {\n alreadyWarned[key] = true;\n warning(false, message);\n }\n}\n\ntype ParamParseFailed = { failed: true };\n\ntype ParamParseSegment<Segment extends string> =\n // Check here if there exists a forward slash in the string.\n Segment extends `${infer LeftSegment}/${infer RightSegment}`\n ? // If there is a forward slash, then attempt to parse each side of the\n // forward slash.\n ParamParseSegment<LeftSegment> extends infer LeftResult\n ? ParamParseSegment<RightSegment> extends infer RightResult\n ? LeftResult extends string\n ? // If the left side is successfully parsed as a param, then check if\n // the right side can be successfully parsed as well. If both sides\n // can be parsed, then the result is a union of the two sides\n // (read: \"foo\" | \"bar\").\n RightResult extends string\n ? LeftResult | RightResult\n : LeftResult\n : // If the left side is not successfully parsed as a param, then check\n // if only the right side can be successfully parse as a param. If it\n // can, then the result is just right, else it's a failure.\n RightResult extends string\n ? RightResult\n : ParamParseFailed\n : ParamParseFailed\n : // If the left side didn't parse into a param, then just check the right\n // side.\n ParamParseSegment<RightSegment> extends infer RightResult\n ? RightResult extends string\n ? RightResult\n : ParamParseFailed\n : ParamParseFailed\n : // If there's no forward slash, then check if this segment starts with a\n // colon. If it does, then this is a dynamic segment, so the result is\n // just the remainder of the string. Otherwise, it's a failure.\n Segment extends `:${infer Remaining}`\n ? Remaining\n : ParamParseFailed;\n\n// Attempt to parse the given string segment. If it fails, then just return the\n// plain string type as a default fallback. Otherwise return the union of the\n// parsed string literals that were referenced as dynamic segments in the route.\nexport type ParamParseKey<Segment extends string> =\n ParamParseSegment<Segment> extends string\n ? ParamParseSegment<Segment>\n : string;\n\n/**\n * The parameters that were parsed from the URL path.\n */\nexport type Params<Key extends string = string> = {\n readonly [key in Key]: string | undefined;\n};\n\n/**\n * A route object represents a logical route, with (optionally) its child\n * routes organized in a tree-like structure.\n */\nexport interface RouteObject {\n caseSensitive?: boolean;\n children?: RouteObject[];\n element?: React.ReactNode;\n index?: boolean;\n path?: string;\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns a path with params interpolated.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#generatepath\n */\nexport function generatePath(path: string, params: Params = {}): string {\n return path\n .replace(/:(\\w+)/g, (_, key) => {\n invariant(params[key] != null, `Missing \":${key}\" param`);\n return params[key]!;\n })\n .replace(/\\/*\\*$/, (_) =>\n params[\"*\"] == null ? \"\" : params[\"*\"].replace(/^\\/*/, \"/\")\n );\n}\n\n/**\n * A RouteMatch contains info about how a route matched a URL.\n */\nexport interface RouteMatch<ParamKey extends string = string> {\n /**\n * The names and values of dynamic parameters in the URL.\n */\n params: Params<ParamKey>;\n /**\n * The portion of the URL pathname that was matched.\n */\n pathname: string;\n /**\n * The portion of the URL pathname that was matched before child routes.\n */\n pathnameBase: string;\n /**\n * The route object that was used to match.\n */\n route: RouteObject;\n}\n\n/**\n * Matches the given routes to a location and returns the match data.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#matchroutes\n */\nexport function matchRoutes(\n routes: RouteObject[],\n locationArg: Partial<Location> | string,\n basename = \"/\"\n): RouteMatch[] | null {\n let location =\n typeof locationArg === \"string\" ? parsePath(locationArg) : locationArg;\n\n let pathname = stripBasename(location.pathname || \"/\", basename);\n\n if (pathname == null) {\n return null;\n }\n\n let branches = flattenRoutes(routes);\n rankRouteBranches(branches);\n\n let matches = null;\n for (let i = 0; matches == null && i < branches.length; ++i) {\n matches = matchRouteBranch(branches[i], pathname);\n }\n\n return matches;\n}\n\ninterface RouteMeta {\n relativePath: string;\n caseSensitive: boolean;\n childrenIndex: number;\n route: RouteObject;\n}\n\ninterface RouteBranch {\n path: string;\n score: number;\n routesMeta: RouteMeta[];\n}\n\nfunction flattenRoutes(\n routes: RouteObject[],\n branches: RouteBranch[] = [],\n parentsMeta: RouteMeta[] = [],\n parentPath = \"\"\n): RouteBranch[] {\n routes.forEach((route, index) => {\n let meta: RouteMeta = {\n relativePath: route.path || \"\",\n caseSensitive: route.caseSensitive === true,\n childrenIndex: index,\n route,\n };\n\n if (meta.relativePath.startsWith(\"/\")) {\n invariant(\n meta.relativePath.startsWith(parentPath),\n `Absolute route path \"${meta.relativePath}\" nested under path ` +\n `\"${parentPath}\" is not valid. An absolute child route path ` +\n `must start with the combined path of all its parent routes.`\n );\n\n meta.relativePath = meta.relativePath.slice(parentPath.length);\n }\n\n let path = joinPaths([parentPath, meta.relativePath]);\n let routesMeta = parentsMeta.concat(meta);\n\n // Add the children before adding this route to the array so we traverse the\n // route tree depth-first and child routes appear before their parents in\n // the \"flattened\" version.\n if (route.children && route.children.length > 0) {\n invariant(\n route.index !== true,\n `Index routes must not have child routes. Please remove ` +\n `all child routes from route path \"${path}\".`\n );\n\n flattenRoutes(route.children, branches, routesMeta, path);\n }\n\n // Routes without a path shouldn't ever match by themselves unless they are\n // index routes, so don't add them to the list of possible branches.\n if (route.path == null && !route.index) {\n return;\n }\n\n branches.push({ path, score: computeScore(path, route.index), routesMeta });\n });\n\n return branches;\n}\n\nfunction rankRouteBranches(branches: RouteBranch[]): void {\n branches.sort((a, b) =>\n a.score !== b.score\n ? b.score - a.score // Higher score first\n : compareIndexes(\n a.routesMeta.map((meta) => meta.childrenIndex),\n b.routesMeta.map((meta) => meta.childrenIndex)\n )\n );\n}\n\nconst paramRe = /^:\\w+$/;\nconst dynamicSegmentValue = 3;\nconst indexRouteValue = 2;\nconst emptySegmentValue = 1;\nconst staticSegmentValue = 10;\nconst splatPenalty = -2;\nconst isSplat = (s: string) => s === \"*\";\n\nfunction computeScore(path: string, index: boolean | undefined): number {\n let segments = path.split(\"/\");\n let initialScore = segments.length;\n if (segments.some(isSplat)) {\n initialScore += splatPenalty;\n }\n\n if (index) {\n initialScore += indexRouteValue;\n }\n\n return segments\n .filter((s) => !isSplat(s))\n .reduce(\n (score, segment) =>\n score +\n (paramRe.test(segment)\n ? dynamicSegmentValue\n : segment === \"\"\n ? emptySegmentValue\n : staticSegmentValue),\n initialScore\n );\n}\n\nfunction compareIndexes(a: number[], b: number[]): number {\n let siblings =\n a.length === b.length && a.slice(0, -1).every((n, i) => n === b[i]);\n\n return siblings\n ? // If two routes are siblings, we should try to match the earlier sibling\n // first. This allows people to have fine-grained control over the matching\n // behavior by simply putting routes with identical paths in the order they\n // want them tried.\n a[a.length - 1] - b[b.length - 1]\n : // Otherwise, it doesn't really make sense to rank non-siblings by index,\n // so they sort equally.\n 0;\n}\n\nfunction matchRouteBranch<ParamKey extends string = string>(\n branch: RouteBranch,\n pathname: string\n): RouteMatch<ParamKey>[] | null {\n let { routesMeta } = branch;\n\n let matchedParams = {};\n let matchedPathname = \"/\";\n let matches: RouteMatch[] = [];\n for (let i = 0; i < routesMeta.length; ++i) {\n let meta = routesMeta[i];\n let end = i === routesMeta.length - 1;\n let remainingPathname =\n matchedPathname === \"/\"\n ? pathname\n : pathname.slice(matchedPathname.length) || \"/\";\n let match = matchPath(\n { path: meta.relativePath, caseSensitive: meta.caseSensitive, end },\n remainingPathname\n );\n\n if (!match) return null;\n\n Object.assign(matchedParams, match.params);\n\n let route = meta.route;\n\n matches.push({\n params: matchedParams,\n pathname: joinPaths([matchedPathname, match.pathname]),\n pathnameBase: normalizePathname(\n joinPaths([matchedPathname, match.pathnameBase])\n ),\n route,\n });\n\n if (match.pathnameBase !== \"/\") {\n matchedPathname = joinPaths([matchedPathname, match.pathnameBase]);\n }\n }\n\n return matches;\n}\n\n/**\n * A PathPattern is used to match on some portion of a URL pathname.\n */\nexport interface PathPattern<Path extends string = string> {\n /**\n * A string to match against a URL pathname. May contain `:id`-style segments\n * to indicate placeholders for dynamic parameters. May also end with `/*` to\n * indicate matching the rest of the URL pathname.\n */\n path: Path;\n /**\n * Should be `true` if the static portions of the `path` should be matched in\n * the same case.\n */\n caseSensitive?: boolean;\n /**\n * Should be `true` if this pattern should match the entire URL pathname.\n */\n end?: boolean;\n}\n\n/**\n * A PathMatch contains info about how a PathPattern matched on a URL pathname.\n */\nexport interface PathMatch<ParamKey extends string = string> {\n /**\n * The names and values of dynamic parameters in the URL.\n */\n params: Params<ParamKey>;\n /**\n * The portion of the URL pathname that was matched.\n */\n pathname: string;\n /**\n * The portion of the URL pathname that was matched before child routes.\n */\n pathnameBase: string;\n /**\n * The pattern that was used to match.\n */\n pattern: PathPattern;\n}\n\ntype Mutable<T> = {\n -readonly [P in keyof T]: T[P];\n};\n\n/**\n * Performs pattern matching on a URL pathname and returns information about\n * the match.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#matchpath\n */\nexport function matchPath<\n ParamKey extends ParamParseKey<Path>,\n Path extends string\n>(\n pattern: PathPattern<Path> | Path,\n pathname: string\n): PathMatch<ParamKey> | null {\n if (typeof pattern === \"string\") {\n pattern = { path: pattern, caseSensitive: false, end: true };\n }\n\n let [matcher, paramNames] = compilePath(\n pattern.path,\n pattern.caseSensitive,\n pattern.end\n );\n\n let match = pathname.match(matcher);\n if (!match) return null;\n\n let matchedPathname = match[0];\n let pathnameBase = matchedPathname.replace(/(.)\\/+$/, \"$1\");\n let captureGroups = match.slice(1);\n let params: Params = paramNames.reduce<Mutable<Params>>(\n (memo, paramName, index) => {\n // We need to compute the pathnameBase here using the raw splat value\n // instead of using params[\"*\"] later because it will be decoded then\n if (paramName === \"*\") {\n let splatValue = captureGroups[index] || \"\";\n pathnameBase = matchedPathname\n .slice(0, matchedPathname.length - splatValue.length)\n .replace(/(.)\\/+$/, \"$1\");\n }\n\n memo[paramName] = safelyDecodeURIComponent(\n captureGroups[index] || \"\",\n paramName\n );\n return memo;\n },\n {}\n );\n\n return {\n params,\n pathname: matchedPathname,\n pathnameBase,\n pattern,\n };\n}\n\nfunction compilePath(\n path: string,\n caseSensitive = false,\n end = true\n): [RegExp, string[]] {\n warning(\n path === \"*\" || !path.endsWith(\"*\") || path.endsWith(\"/*\"),\n `Route path \"${path}\" will be treated as if it were ` +\n `\"${path.replace(/\\*$/, \"/*\")}\" because the \\`*\\` character must ` +\n `always follow a \\`/\\` in the pattern. To get rid of this warning, ` +\n `please change the route path to \"${path.replace(/\\*$/, \"/*\")}\".`\n );\n\n let paramNames: string[] = [];\n let regexpSource =\n \"^\" +\n path\n .replace(/\\/*\\*?$/, \"\") // Ignore trailing / and /*, we'll handle it below\n .replace(/^\\/*/, \"/\") // Make sure it has a leading /\n .replace(/[\\\\.*+^$?{}|()[\\]]/g, \"\\\\$&\") // Escape special regex chars\n .replace(/:(\\w+)/g, (_: string, paramName: string) => {\n paramNames.push(paramName);\n return \"([^\\\\/]+)\";\n });\n\n if (path.endsWith(\"*\")) {\n paramNames.push(\"*\");\n regexpSource +=\n path === \"*\" || path === \"/*\"\n ? \"(.*)$\" // Already matched the initial /, just match the rest\n : \"(?:\\\\/(.+)|\\\\/*)$\"; // Don't include the / in params[\"*\"]\n } else {\n regexpSource += end\n ? \"\\\\/*$\" // When matching to the end, ignore trailing slashes\n : // Otherwise, match a word boundary or a proceeding /. The word boundary restricts\n // parent routes to matching only their own words and nothing more, e.g. parent\n // route \"/home\" should not match \"/home2\".\n // Additionally, allow paths starting with `.`, `-`, `~`, and url-encoded entities,\n // but do not consume the character in the matched path so they can match against\n // nested paths.\n \"(?:(?=[.~-]|%[0-9A-F]{2})|\\\\b|\\\\/|$)\";\n }\n\n let matcher = new RegExp(regexpSource, caseSensitive ? undefined : \"i\");\n\n return [matcher, paramNames];\n}\n\nfunction safelyDecodeURIComponent(value: string, paramName: string) {\n try {\n return decodeURIComponent(value);\n } catch (error) {\n warning(\n false,\n `The value for the URL param \"${paramName}\" will not be decoded because` +\n ` the string \"${value}\" is a malformed URL segment. This is probably` +\n ` due to a bad percent encoding (${error}).`\n );\n\n return value;\n }\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns a resolved path object relative to the given pathname.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#resolvepath\n */\nexport function resolvePath(to: To, fromPathname = \"/\"): Path {\n let {\n pathname: toPathname,\n search = \"\",\n hash = \"\",\n } = typeof to === \"string\" ? parsePath(to) : to;\n\n let pathname = toPathname\n ? toPathname.startsWith(\"/\")\n ? toPathname\n : resolvePathname(toPathname, fromPathname)\n : fromPathname;\n\n return {\n pathname,\n search: normalizeSearch(search),\n hash: normalizeHash(hash),\n };\n}\n\nfunction resolvePathname(relativePath: string, fromPathname: string): string {\n let segments = fromPathname.replace(/\\/+$/, \"\").split(\"/\");\n let relativeSegments = relativePath.split(\"/\");\n\n relativeSegments.forEach((segment) => {\n if (segment === \"..\") {\n // Keep the root \"\" segment so the pathname starts at /\n if (segments.length > 1) segments.pop();\n } else if (segment !== \".\") {\n segments.push(segment);\n }\n });\n\n return segments.length > 1 ? segments.join(\"/\") : \"/\";\n}\n\nexport function resolveTo(\n toArg: To,\n routePathnames: string[],\n locationPathname: string\n): Path {\n let to = typeof toArg === \"string\" ? parsePath(toArg) : toArg;\n let toPathname = toArg === \"\" || to.pathname === \"\" ? \"/\" : to.pathname;\n\n // If a pathname is explicitly provided in `to`, it should be relative to the\n // route context. This is explained in `Note on `<Link to>` values` in our\n // migration guide from v5 as a means of disambiguation between `to` values\n // that begin with `/` and those that do not. However, this is problematic for\n // `to` values that do not provide a pathname. `to` can simply be a search or\n // hash string, in which case we should assume that the navigation is relative\n // to the current location's pathname and *not* the route pathname.\n let from: string;\n if (toPathname == null) {\n from = locationPathname;\n } else {\n let routePathnameIndex = routePathnames.length - 1;\n\n if (toPathname.startsWith(\"..\")) {\n let toSegments = toPathname.split(\"/\");\n\n // Each leading .. segment means \"go up one route\" instead of \"go up one\n // URL segment\". This is a key difference from how <a href> works and a\n // major reason we call this a \"to\" value instead of a \"href\".\n while (toSegments[0] === \"..\") {\n toSegments.shift();\n routePathnameIndex -= 1;\n }\n\n to.pathname = toSegments.join(\"/\");\n }\n\n // If there are more \"..\" segments than parent routes, resolve relative to\n // the root / URL.\n from = routePathnameIndex >= 0 ? routePathnames[routePathnameIndex] : \"/\";\n }\n\n let path = resolvePath(to, from);\n\n // Ensure the pathname has a trailing slash if the original to value had one.\n if (\n toPathname &&\n toPathname !== \"/\" &&\n toPathname.endsWith(\"/\") &&\n !path.pathname.endsWith(\"/\")\n ) {\n path.pathname += \"/\";\n }\n\n return path;\n}\n\nexport function getToPathname(to: To): string | undefined {\n // Empty strings should be treated the same as / paths\n return to === \"\" || (to as Path).pathname === \"\"\n ? \"/\"\n : typeof to === \"string\"\n ? parsePath(to).pathname\n : to.pathname;\n}\n\nexport function stripBasename(\n pathname: string,\n basename: string\n): string | null {\n if (basename === \"/\") return pathname;\n\n if (!pathname.toLowerCase().startsWith(basename.toLowerCase())) {\n return null;\n }\n\n let nextChar = pathname.charAt(basename.length);\n if (nextChar && nextChar !== \"/\") {\n // pathname does not start with basename/\n return null;\n }\n\n return pathname.slice(basename.length) || \"/\";\n}\n\nexport const joinPaths = (paths: string[]): string =>\n paths.join(\"/\").replace(/\\/\\/+/g, \"/\");\n\nexport const normalizePathname = (pathname: string): string =>\n pathname.replace(/\\/+$/, \"\").replace(/^\\/*/, \"/\");\n\nconst normalizeSearch = (search: string): string =>\n !search || search === \"?\"\n ? \"\"\n : search.startsWith(\"?\")\n ? search\n : \"?\" + search;\n\nconst normalizeHash = (hash: string): string =>\n !hash || hash === \"#\" ? \"\" : hash.startsWith(\"#\") ? hash : \"#\" + hash;\n","import * as React from \"react\";\nimport type { Location, Path, To } from \"history\";\nimport { Action as NavigationType, parsePath } from \"history\";\n\nimport { LocationContext, NavigationContext, RouteContext } from \"./context\";\nimport type {\n ParamParseKey,\n Params,\n PathMatch,\n PathPattern,\n RouteMatch,\n RouteObject,\n} from \"./router\";\nimport {\n getToPathname,\n invariant,\n joinPaths,\n matchPath,\n matchRoutes,\n resolveTo,\n warning,\n warningOnce,\n} from \"./router\";\n\n/**\n * Returns the full href for the given \"to\" value. This is useful for building\n * custom links that are also accessible and preserve right-click behavior.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#usehref\n */\nexport function useHref(to: To): string {\n invariant(\n useInRouterContext(),\n // TODO: This error is probably because they somehow have 2 versions of the\n // router loaded. We can help them understand how to avoid that.\n `useHref() may be used only in the context of a <Router> component.`\n );\n\n let { basename, navigator } = React.useContext(NavigationContext);\n let { hash, pathname, search } = useResolvedPath(to);\n\n let joinedPathname = pathname;\n if (basename !== \"/\") {\n let toPathname = getToPathname(to);\n let endsWithSlash = toPathname != null && toPathname.endsWith(\"/\");\n joinedPathname =\n pathname === \"/\"\n ? basename + (endsWithSlash ? \"/\" : \"\")\n : joinPaths([basename, pathname]);\n }\n\n return navigator.createHref({ pathname: joinedPathname, search, hash });\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns true if this component is a descendant of a <Router>.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#useinroutercontext\n */\nexport function useInRouterContext(): boolean {\n return React.useContext(LocationContext) != null;\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns the current location object, which represents the current URL in web\n * browsers.\n *\n * Note: If you're using this it may mean you're doing some of your own\n * \"routing\" in your app, and we'd like to know what your use case is. We may\n * be able to provide something higher-level to better suit your needs.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#uselocation\n */\nexport function useLocation(): Location {\n invariant(\n useInRouterContext(),\n // TODO: This error is probably because they somehow have 2 versions of the\n // router loaded. We can help them understand how to avoid that.\n `useLocation() may be used only in the context of a <Router> component.`\n );\n\n return React.useContext(LocationContext).location;\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns the current navigation action which describes how the router came to\n * the current location, either by a pop, push, or replace on the history stack.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#usenavigationtype\n */\nexport function useNavigationType(): NavigationType {\n return React.useContext(LocationContext).navigationType;\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns true if the URL for the given \"to\" value matches the current URL.\n * This is useful for components that need to know \"active\" state, e.g.\n * <NavLink>.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#usematch\n */\nexport function useMatch<\n ParamKey extends ParamParseKey<Path>,\n Path extends string\n>(pattern: PathPattern<Path> | Path): PathMatch<ParamKey> | null {\n invariant(\n useInRouterContext(),\n // TODO: This error is probably because they somehow have 2 versions of the\n // router loaded. We can help them understand how to avoid that.\n `useMatch() may be used only in the context of a <Router> component.`\n );\n\n let { pathname } = useLocation();\n return React.useMemo(\n () => matchPath<ParamKey, Path>(pattern, pathname),\n [pathname, pattern]\n );\n}\n\n/**\n * The interface for the navigate() function returned from useNavigate().\n */\nexport interface NavigateFunction {\n (to: To, options?: NavigateOptions): void;\n (delta: number): void;\n}\n\nexport interface NavigateOptions {\n replace?: boolean;\n state?: any;\n}\n\n/**\n * Returns an imperative method for changing the location. Used by <Link>s, but\n * may also be used by other elements to change the location.\n *\n * @see https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/api#usenavigate\n */\nexport function useNavigate(): NavigateFunction {\n invariant(\n useInRouterContext(),\n // TODO: This error is probably because they somehow have 2 versions of the\n // router loaded. 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