[ragel-users] Re: ruby code generation
pat.ey... at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 14:11:34 UTC 2007
On 4/11/07, Adrian Thurston <thurs... at cs.queensu.ca> wrote:
> That's great news! Where can I learn more about this project?
Well, you can read a little bit about it here:
As the project matures, we'll have more information about it online.
Until then, I'm encouraging the student doing the work and the other
mentor to joing this list.
> The best place to learn about Ruby code generation with Ragel would
> probably be this list :) Sorry there isn't much documentation for
> rlgen-ruby right now. It's relatively new and I usually give new
> features some time to settle before immortalizing them with documentation.
> I can sum it up for you in a few words. It's mostly the same as rlgen-cd
> -T0, except for a couple things:
> 1. An array called data containing the characters to be processed must
> be made available on each run of the machine.
> 2. The variables which are pointers in the C code (p, pe, tokstart,
> tokend) now become integers with -1 to indicate null.
> pate wrote:
> > It looks like ragel is going to be a key piece of a Ruby-based Google
> > Summer-of-Code project. Where's the best place to learn more about
> > Ruby code generation for ragel?
> > On Apr 7, 9:22 am, Adrian Thurston <thurs... at cs.queensu.ca> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> In the 5.20 release which I am going to do today Ruby code generation is
> >> improved. You can use scanners and control flow and the Ruby code
> >> generator is passing on the all the language-independent tests (there
> >> are now 11 of them).
> >> Cheers,
> >> Adrian
> >> signature.asc
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> > >
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