[plt-scheme] Parsers, parsers, and more parsers

From: Robby Findler (robby.findler at gmail.com)
Date: Sun Dec 31 11:07:31 EST 2006

Did you find the parser tools collection (search for "parser" in help desk).

Its what we use for the Java language level and what does the syntax
coloring in all the languages.


On 12/31/06, Matthew Jadud <mcj4 at kent.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a project that calls for a parser. The language has a syntax that
> requires at least four character look-ahead in some places (it's been
> around a while, and extended in a variety of ways). A Parsec parser was
> written as an exploration in Haskell, but we're not sure that Haskell is
> the way to go for the entire compiler for a variety of reasons that have
> been discussed and thought through by the group.
> That said, what parsers are floating around for PLT Scheme? I'm aware of
> the Lexx/Yacc tools, and the Packrat framework that TonyG put together,
> which I've begun experimenting with. Are there any others out there that
> might be of use?
> Many thanks,
> Matt
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