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it.bewares JSON

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  Analyzed about 8 hours ago

It is a lightweight, JSON library, providing - a factory pattern - parsing and generation, both extensible - a JSON tree representation implementing Java representatives (Map, List) and a unifying interface (JSONValue), extensible - tree selections (JSON Pointer and JSON Selector)

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about 1 year since last commit

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WARP

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  Analyzed about 17 hours ago

The aim of WARP is to provide a management software for game replays and demos. The current plan aims at a "simple" parsing of Starcraft 2 replay files, but in the future, a sophisticated plugin system will provide support for various file types, especially for RTS games. With the aid of WARP, you ... [More] will be able to receive detailed information on your or your opponent's games, which helps you improve your tactics or other skills. The project's goal is to provide statistics and neatly showing them in well-arranged plots. [Less]

7.3K lines of code

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about 4 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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CsCss

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  Analyzed about 1 hour ago

CSS Parser for .NET written in C#, based on Mozilla Firefox code. Features * Parsing of all CSS features supported by Mozilla Firefox. * Two modes of compatibility: FullStandards and Quirks. * Values are parsed into complex structures. * Error detection and handling according to CSS ... [More] specification. * Detailed error logging. * NuGet and SymbolSource packages. [Less]

46.1K lines of code

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almost 4 years since last commit

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libdvbtee

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  Analyzed about 1 hour ago

dvbtee: a digital television streamer / parser / service information aggregator supporting various interfaces including telnet CLI & http control

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9 months since last commit

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Open Travel Request Parser

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  Analyzed about 15 hours ago

That project aims at providing a clean API, and the corresponding C++ implementation, for parsing travel-focused requests (e.g., "washington dc beijing monday r/t +aa -ua 1 week 2 adults 1 dog").

34.5K lines of code

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10 days since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Alba.Jaml

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  Analyzed about 14 hours ago

JAML = WPF XAML − XML.verbosity + JSON.elegance

5.42K lines of code

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over 6 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Decision::ParseTree

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  Analyzed 4 days ago

Death to long if-elsif-else blocks that are hard to maintain, and hard to explain to your manager. Use YAML to define a logical structure to replace a complex if-elsif-else block.

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domainname-parser

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.NET domain name parsing componentSummaryA domain name has 3 major parts: The 'top level' domain, or TLD (like .com, .net, .info) The 'domain name', or SLD (like google, microsoft, ebay) The subdomain (like www, photos) Parsing a domain name into it's 3 major parts sounds easy, but is no trivial ... [More] task. What happens when you come across hosts like test.co.uk? What about hosts like www.parliament.uk? From http://publicsuffix.org : "Since there is no algorithmic method of finding the highest level at which a domain may be registered for a particular top-level domain (the policies differ with each registry), the only method is to create a list. This is the aim of the Public Suffix List." The domain name parsing component uses the list of rules at www.publicsuffix.org to parse a domain name into 3 component parts. There are 3 types of rules: 'Normal' domain rules, 'Wildcard' rules, and 'Exception' rules. Getting startedDownload the latest release from the Downloads section Download the latest rules file Configure your app.config in the to point to the rules file you just downloaded (see the sample app.config included in the .zip) Look at the included unit tests to see how easy the component is to use UsageUsing the component is simple. Just use the constructor or the static 'TryParse' method and pass in the complete host name string. The component will return the parsed domain in a DomainName component. It's as simple as that: // Try parsing a 'wildcard' domain if (DomainName.TryParse("photos.verybritish.co.uk", out outDomain)) { // The domain should be parsed as 'verybritish' Assert.AreEqual("verybritish", outDomain.Domain); // The TLD is 'co.uk' Assert.AreEqual("co.uk", outDomain.TLD); // The SLD is just an alias for 'Domain': Assert.AreEqual(outDomain.Domain, outDomain.SLD); // The subdomain is everything else to the left of the domain: Assert.AreEqual("photos", outDomain.SubDomain); } else { Debug.WriteLine("Apparently, we couldn't parse photos.verybritish.co.uk"); }Where can I get the latest rules list?You can download the latest rules from the Public Suffix site. [Less]

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xmlparser-pwsz

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Parsing a xml file, that contains roads and times of buses. Doubly-linked list is used. Written in c++.

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umlreader

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parses the uml generated with the tool StarUML

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Licenses: apache_2
Tags parse uml