thurston at complang.org
Mon Oct 11 18:54:21 UTC 2010
Great, thanks for working on this!
Did you have a look at the java code generator? There were a few
concessions that had to be made in the Ruby code generator that might
not need to be made in JS.
On 10-10-11 04:07 AM, Dominic Marks wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've got the table code generation strategy working. I'm going to work
> on building a set of RL files for testing purposes and then have a crack
> like to help with any part of this process, I'd be most grateful.
> I've forked Ragel trunk into a github repo while I work on this. There
> is a sample script (I translated the maillbox.rl file from the Ragel
> distribution) which you can play with if you install Node.js (a
> while the sample script uses Node.js for IO, but the code generated is
> browser soon too.
> A diff against Ragel trunk is here:
> The code is mostly a cut-paste-and-replace from Ruby at the moment. I'll
> be tidying it up over the next few weeks, as my time allows. However, it
> does at least run one Ragel state machine correctly already.
> <http://goodforbusiness.co.uk/%7Edom/mailbox.js> (Requires Node.js).
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