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Re^2: Block-structured language parsing using a Perl module?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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The problem with those is they are
If I could find an example of a parser module being used a) in a real-world project; b) of reasonable complexity; c) by some one other than its author; it would give some level of confidence that the module stands up to a) being learned; b) being debugged; c) being maintained in a timely fashion when bugs discovered through real-world usage are reported.
Of the 3 modules I've experimented with, they:
A can see I am going to end up writing my own; but given the richness of the modules on cpan, I hoped that there was one amongst them that might stand up to RW usage.
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