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Problems with dparser grammar

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Hello, I am playing around a little bit with dparser, and I thought that
maybe someone on this list can help me out(There does not seem to be a
dparser list, atleast not an active one). I am total n00b to parsers so
this might be very easy. I want a parser that can parse both these lines
(What I am looking to construct is a parser of a _very_ limited subset
of objective-c).

[[self _rowsForAddingContentObject:content] retain]
NSArray *contentRowArray

This is what I have so far.

from dparser import Parser

def d_objcmsg(t):
'objcmsg: "\[" (objcmsg|var) msg "\]" '
def d_varDef(t):
'varDef: classname "\*" var'
def d_classname(t):
'classname: "[A-Z][A-Za-z_0-9]*"'
def d_var(t):
'var: "[a-z_][A-Za-z_0-9]*" '
def d_msg(t):
'msg: (msgWithArg|"[a-z_][A-Za-z_0-9]*")'
def d_msgWithArg(t):
'msgWithArg: "[a-z_][A-Za-z_0-9]*" ":" (var|objcmsg)'
Parser().parse("[[self _rowsForAddingContentObject:content]
Parser().parse("NSArray *contentRowArray",print_debug_info=1)

this makes the "[[self _rowsForAddingContentObject:content] retain]"
line pass, however I get a syntax error on the other one. Switching the
placing of d_obcmsg and d_varDef makes the other line pass, but then the
first fail with a syntax error. I want both of the lines to pass. Anyone
have any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

Jul 18 '05 #1
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