[erlang-questions] Re: [neotoma] [ANN] Neotoma 1.3

Torben Hoffmann torben.lehoff@REDACTED
Fri Nov 20 21:09:23 CET 2009

Hi Tony,

For what it is worth: I have implemented a parser for WikiCreole using
Neotoma and it works quite fine. Not sure if that fits your notion of large,
though ;-)

This was with Neotoma 1.1 and right now I am just dying to upgrade to 1.3
and throw out a bunch of code that really has to be inline transformations.


On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 06:33, Tony Arcieri <tony@REDACTED> wrote:

> Really glad to see an inline transformation syntax as this is one of my
> favorite features of Leex.
> Now that you are producing Erlang code AOT, will records be supported as
> they are in Leex? (since records are output verbatim in the resulting
> Erlang
> code from the original Leex files, and thus can get processed by EPP when
> the resulting Erlang code is compiled by the normal Erlang compiler)
> I have continued to develop my attempts at a minimalized, more Erlang-like
> Reia using Leex because I felt attempts at a Neotoma-based parser were
> killing my developmental gumption.  I would still very much like to switch
> to Neotoma if I feel it addresses all my needs.  I still worry about using
> a
> PEG for a large grammar, and I still do not have a good understanding of
> how
> PEGs work.
> --
> Tony Arcieri
> Medioh/Nagravision


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