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Re^2: Block-structured language parsing using a Perl module?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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Thank you tobyink. Those are both fine examples of the information I was looking for.
(It's a shame that the metacpan site sends my browser (Opera) off into la-la land, but that's not your problem :)
I realise these are generated files, but damn are they ever resource hungry. It is no wonder that P::RD is so slow. Dog-forbid that either of you authors ever has to go plugging around inside there in order to solve a problem.
Have you ever had occasion to measure the performance of your parser? (Do OwlFn source files ever get big enough that it is a concern?)
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