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Re: Repository of Parse::RecDescent grammars?

by ichimunki (Priest)
on Aug 07, 2002 at 15:09 UTC ( #188346=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Repository of Parse::RecDescent grammars?

You might ask theDamian if he'd be willing to include some standard grammars in the Parse::RecDescent tarball-- in addition to the demos folder, a templates folder might be handy... Even if the grammars aren't in module form, having them as a .txt file would be nice. In fact, having a well-stubbed template is about the best one can hope for, since each application may be very different... even if the basic grammar is essentially the same, the bits of Perl code might vary widely.

Either way, I know I would love to have a prebuilt generic SQL grammar right about now. I found one that's set up for yacc (as an example in an ORA book), but it's going to require some work to get it P::RD ready.


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Re: Re: Repository of Parse::RecDescent grammars?
by Hanamaki (Chaplain) on Aug 07, 2002 at 16:07 UTC
    You might ask theDamian if he'd be willing to include some standard grammars in the Parse::RecDescent tarball-- in addition to the demos folder, a templates folder might be handy...

    If theDamian or someone else tells you that this does not seem to be a good idea, you can give him the hint that this kind of work was already done for regular grammars by theDamian (now maintained by Abigail).

    Hanamaki;-)

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