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Grammar in python

From: user 1.
Sent on: Thursday, November 18, 2010 12:38 PM
I'm doing some stuff that I think lends itself more to a grammar than
regular expressions.

I have never tried to create a grammar for a program in python. Has
anyone used SimpleParse  or SPARK?

I think a pluggable grammar in my app will help make it easier to
support parsing wiki pages vs IRC chatter vs xmlrpc jira data. If I
create a couple stub apps that know how to collect data from different
sources, then at it's core I'll just be dealing with input streams. At
that point, a parser to scan and tokenize the input streams makes it
easier to share across applications.

-- 
J.

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