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Hacking parse.y with Tatsuhiro UJIHISA

  • Aug 5, 2009 · 7:00 PM
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Talk: Hacking parse.y One of the darkest sides of Ruby is the parser. I tried to fix the notation or the syntax of ruby so as to understand the MRI implementation more deeply. This talk will introduce how input codes are parsed, and how to cook the parser. It would be better you fetch and build Ruby1.9.2dev in advance. Speaker Bio: Tatsuhiro UJIHISA is a Japanese programmer. He writes Ruby and Vim scripts, and also Haskell sometimes. He had worked as a part-time Rails programmer in Japan. He is interested in the Ruby language core and development environment software. These days he is coding rubyspec and blogger.vim, and is learning English.

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    August 5, 2009

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    This promises to be very interesting, but I am unfortunately out of town on that occasion.

    July 22, 2009

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