[ragel-users] One question.
thurston at complang.org
Thu Apr 7 21:39:10 UTC 2011
I will normally go for my own, Kelbt :) But if I need something that is
typically installed almost everywhere and known to other devs, I will
On 04/07/2011 02:19 PM, Vladimir VG wrote:
> On 04/07/2011 11:22 PM, Adrian Thurston wrote:
> Yes, I understand. I do it exactly with fret/fcall. Here some working
> > ragel might not be the right tool for the job.
> Can you list some right tools for programming languages parsing?
>> To expand on this a bit ... it is entirely up to the user to manage
>> the stack allocation. Ragel's support for recursive structures
>> (fcall/fret) is an extension to the basic model, which is pure state
>> machine (not a PDA). If you find you have a lot recursion in what you
>> need to parse, you should consider that ragel might not be the right
>> tool for the job.
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