[erlang-questions] parsing radius detail file with time stamp

Christian S chsu79@REDACTED
Wed Jun 13 14:30:53 CEST 2007

Hi, I noticed that R11B-2 had a bug in erl_pp:exprs that makes leex
emit broken code.  It is fixed in R11B-3+

Just to save you some time. :)

What people package the erlang debs? Do they need help?

On 6/13/07, jm <jeffm@REDACTED> wrote:
> Torbjorn Tornkvist wrote:
> > jm wrote:
> >> I'm attempting to parse a radius detail file using yecc. It seems that
> >> leex is not widely available leading to manually writing a scanner.
> >> Having not done much with parse at this level before I would like to
> >> avoid manually writing anything to do with parsing a little longer. Does
> >> anyone have any suggestions on how to parse a file, using yecc or any
> >> other method, which looks like this?
> > Some links that may be of help:
> >
> > http://www.erlang.org/user.html#parser_tutorial-1.0
> > http://spamfreeemail.com/erlang/127/yecc-leex-and-imap/
> >
> Had seen the fisrt of these. The second link or actually the erlmail
> tagged article of the blog mentions there problems he had with parsing
> dates and provides links to tar balls which presumably contains the date
> parser. I'll have to be sure to take a closer look. You also prompted me
> to take another look around for leex. This led to this email
> http://www.erlang.org/ml-archive/erlang-questions/199903/msg00000.html
> and led me to download the examples file. This file contains leex.erl
> which was what I was missing. I've spent all of today on this so far, I
> can see I've still got a lot to learn which will have to wait for
> tomorrow now.
> Jeff.
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