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ReParse - Coffeescript Edition
This is a hand-written re-implementation of Ben Weaver's ReParse (https://github.com/weaver/ReParse). It is a (mostly) faithful reimplementation, although a few things were re-arranged to be more in line with Haskell's parsec library, with a side-line look at JSParsec. This version uses the Coffeescript class management toolkit, so it looks much more like a classic duck-typed OO implementation, the kind of thing you're familiar with from Ruby or Python. Take a peek at the examples and you'll see what I mean-- I think they're 20% cooler that Ben's, just 'cuz of how they look.
I wrote this because I needed a parser for a coffeescript project, and while I liked Ben's code, I needed to disassemble it, figure out what it did, and re-write it in my own language and with my own brain. It's been nearly 14 years since I last had to write a parser; I usually work at a much higher level, but my current project required one, and this was the exercise I chose.
Coffeescript to build/run.
Docco to produce documentation.
Both of these are specified in the package.json file.
Ben Weaver (of course)
Balazs Endresz (for JSParsec, which at least explained some functions of Parsec to me better than the Parsec source code)
John MacFarlane (for Pandoc, which led me down this rabbit hole in the first place)
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Copyright (c) 2012 Elf M. Sternberg
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- Elf M. Sternberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>