Redparse 0.8.3 Released

redparse version 0.8.3 has been released!

RedParse is a ruby parser written in pure ruby. Instead of YACC or

ANTLR, it’s parse tool is a home-brewed “compiler-interpreter”. (The

tool is LALR(1)-equivalent and the ‘parse language’ is pretty nice,

even in it’s current crude form.)

Changes:

0.8.3 / 2009-07-01

  • 7 Minor Enhancements:

    • most nodes now have startline, endline, and offset

    • Node.[] is more fun to use now (most attributes can be left off)

    • a SequenceNode inserted into a SequenceNode now gets inlined

    • new ListInNode module for the various vanilla arrays found in node
      trees

    • HashLiteralNode#get; retrieve values from hash literal kinda like
      from a hash

    • Nodes can be catenated with the + operator now

    • Symbols inserted into a tree are converted to CallSiteNodes

  • 2 Bugfixes:

    • more faithful ParseTree emulation in a couple of cases

    • minor fixes in node processing for some rare conditions

  • http://github.com/coatl/redparse/

  • http://rubyforge.org/projects/redparse/

  • most nodes now have startline, endline, and offset

Nice. This is starting to look nicer than ParseTree output in terms of
info.
You rock.
=r

On 7/7/09, Roger P. [email protected] wrote:

  • most nodes now have startline, endline, and offset

Nice. This is starting to look nicer than ParseTree output in terms of
info.
You rock.

I didn’t know you cared about that.

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