A Online Generic Context-Free Parser in Java
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 10:36:38 -0400 From: Khun Yee Fung <KFung@extend.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [ann] A Online Generic Context-Free Parser
A Online Generic Context-Free Parser in Java Input: 1. An arbitrary context-free grammar specified in XML. 2. A text file. Output, an XML document: 1. If the grammar is ambiguous, one of the possible parse trees is returned. 2. Otherwise, the parse tree is returned. 3. If the text file is not an instance, nothing happens. [This is a bug, of course] Status: First iteration. Proof-of-concept. Version 0.0. Pre-alpha quality. Straight-forward implementation. No optimization. Documentation: None. Examples: A few, including a simplified XPath grammar. To do: 1. Optimize, rewrite, improve the whole thing. 2. Make it into an XT extension. License: Not sure yet. Will probably be Apache or GPL. Distribution: Java source and classes. It needs Xerces 1.1.0 and later. Tried on JDK 1.2.2 and 1.3. Availability: http://www.wireoptional.com Please follow the XML link. The site is in flux and the links may change. Contact: mailto:email@example.com Regards, Khun Yee
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