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How to write a compiler or interpreter in rust
8 projects | /r/rust | 26 Dec 2021
In terms of parsing style I suggest sticking with a hand-written recursive-descent parser. Parser generators seem appealing at first, but I always ran into annoying limitations when using them (I wrote one in Ruby myself as well, and used this for this project). Parsing combinators are useful for small inputs, but I find them difficult to use for anything but simple cases.
What are some alternatives?
Nokogiri - Nokogiri (鋸) makes it easy and painless to work with XML and HTML from Ruby.
Ox - Ruby Optimized XML Parser
HTML::Pipeline - HTML processing filters and utilities
ROXML - ROXML is a module for binding Ruby classes to XML. It supports custom mapping and bidirectional marshalling between Ruby and XML using annotation-style class methods, via Nokogiri or LibXML.
HappyMapper - Object to XML mapping library, using Nokogiri (Fork from John Nunemaker's Happymapper)
Tomlrb - A Racc based TOML parser
Oj - Optimized JSON
TOML - Parse TOML. Like a bawss.
shale - Shale is a Ruby object mapper and serializer for JSON, YAML and XML. It allows you to parse JSON, YAML and XML data and convert it into Ruby data structures, as well as serialize data structures into JSON, YAML or XML.
anystyle - Fast and smart citation reference parsing
raabro - a Ruby PEG parser library
ruby-next - Ruby Next makes modern Ruby code run in older versions and alternative implementations