[ragel-users] LALR(1) companion tool for Ragel scanner
thurston at complang.org
Wed Oct 26 19:10:47 UTC 2011
My own parser generator, kelbt, has a host language interface similar to
that of ragel. It is not 1.0 tough and there are no docs yet. It is
oriented around research problems. Eg it is backtracking bottom up and
as such is in a less common class of parser generators.
That said, it is in debian and I use it for several of my own projects,
On 11-10-18 09:06 PM, M Conrad wrote:
> Hi, I am wondering if there is a good LALR(1) parser generator for use
> with Ragel that has as nice of a host-language interface as Ragel does.
> I found Lemon, but it generates almost unreadable code, and half the
> time it tells me about errors in my grammar with meaningless assertion
> errors. Also, I really like the way Ragel can be inlined with the host
> language, and would like to find a parser-generator to match.
> If one doesn't exist, I am considering writing one. (I've written the
> LALR(1) algorithm in Java before, so it wouldn't be that hard) But, I
> don't want to waste effort if it is redundant.
> Can anyone point me to other LR parsers that you like?
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