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ply

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Ply is 100% Python implementation of lex and yacc. It provides almost all of the same features as traditional lex/yacc tools including support for LALR(1) parsing, empty productions, ambiguity resolution, and extensive error reporting. code.google is being used for both issue tracking and a subversion source repository.

12.2K lines of code

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over 7 years since last commit

9 users on Open Hub

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alex

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  Analyzed almost 6 years ago

Alex is a tool for generating lexical analysers in Haskell

3.35K lines of code

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over 9 years since last commit

7 users on Open Hub

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MySQL database clean upgrade tool

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

This tool parses 2 MySQL database version files (.sql), looks for and parses "create table" statements and generates a third .sql file with "drop", "create" and "alter" commands that will allow the clean upgrade of the database from version 1 to version 2.

1.08K lines of code

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almost 3 years since last commit

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mysqldump parser

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

mydp is a program for processing mysqldump files in the manner of ‘awk’. It reads mysqldump sql statements from standard input and executes Lua callback functions as table definitions and insert statements are encountered. The Lua callback functions are specified in a file passed to mydp via the ... [More] command line. The callbacks are typically used to filter and process only a small subset of the mysql dump data and/or save it for further processing. mydp is written in Lex and Lua. It is released under the 2-clause FreeBSD licence. Note: The ohloh Code Analysis seems to be getting confused by the Sphinx generated HTML documentation which includes JavaScript and CSS. The actual source is Lex and Lua. [Less]

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over 8 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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DILIB

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DILIB was a C library of functions and UNIX command to handle XML documents.

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l33tlang

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l33tlang is moving to http://github.com/RobertGawron/l33tlang Reason why this project was started, is that I was wondering how computer languages are created, what needs to be done and what have I learn to create one. L33tlang or his author (yes, it's me ;)) doesn't attempts to be regular language ... [More] as one of many that you probably use in everyday routines, it's just a place, a form to investigate what am I doing when I'm writing a code and how all of this things works together. I want to gain new skills as a programmer. After that, when you know why am I doing this, I may say sth more about l33tlang. It's compiled to a simple assembly language, that can be executed using virtual machine that I crated for this purpose. I was wondering if I can use popular VM but I realized that creating one from scratch (in Python) is another way to check my skills and knowledge. Now l33tlang is using VM written by czarodziej in C. L33tlang attempts to be functional language, with syntax based on LISP, Erlang and a bit of Python. In a far, far future I plan to add new syntax constructs to enable generic programming. [Less]

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ply-xml

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project consists of an XML parser, a simple document object model (DOM), and a tree-like view to the document, written in Python using PLY (Python Lex-Yacc) library.

3.72K lines of code

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over 7 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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BNFC

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  Analyzed 4 days ago

The BNF Converter is a compiler construction tool generating a compiler front-end from a Labelled BNF grammar. It is currently able to generate C, C++, C#, F#, Haskell, Java, and OCaml, as well as XML representations. Given a Labelled BNF grammar the tool produces: * an abstract syntax ... [More] implementation * a case skeleton for the abstract syntax in the same language * an Alex, JLex, or Flex lexer generator file * a Happy, CUP, or Bison parser generator file * a pretty-printer as a Haskell/Java/C++/C module * a Latex file containing a readable specification of the language [Less]

77.7K lines of code

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6 months since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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snaccer

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

C-flat is an almost-subset of C, and I'm using flex to create a scanner for the language. Class project: Compilers, University of Notre Dame 2008, Professor Doug Thain

1.88K lines of code

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over 8 years since last commit

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lbcplp

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

c++ programming language is complex & huge programming language. For easy to understand and second-develop, our parser only using flex and bison, so other people can change it easier.

8.47K lines of code

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over 7 years since last commit

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