Is there a parsing library (lexer?) which can handle generic tokens?

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  • rust-peg

    Parsing Expression Grammar (PEG) parser generator for Rust

    My peg crate is a parser generator that supports arbitrary token types as input. See https://github.com/kevinmehall/rust-peg/blob/master/tests/run-pass/tokens.rs for an example.

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  • chumsky

    Write expressive, high-performance parsers with ease.

  • pest

    The Elegant Parser (by pest-parser)

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