From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-08-19 08:10:53
On Saturday 18 August 2001 10:45, you wrote:
> Douglas Gregor wrote:
> > I've uploaded a library that contains a generic expression parser
> >(bottom-up, single token lookahead) that parses based on operator types
> >(prefix, postfix, infix, confix, etc) and relative
> > precedence/associativity of operators.
> >Is there interest for this library in Boost?
> > Doug
> There's been discussion of a generalized parsing library -- the Spirit
> parser framework. Don't know the status of that, but it seems like it
> would be ideal to build your library on top of.
> - Chuck
We're working to make any parsers for Boost model the same set of concepts,
so that even if several parsers are available, they are essentially
interchangeable. The benefit of such an approach is that specialized parsers
can be faster, produce better error messages, or be easier to use for some
tasks (context-free grammars are too general and sometimes unwieldy for
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