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Announce: Construct's wiki!

finally, i opened a wiki for Construct, the "parsing made fun" library.

the project's page: http://pyconstruct.sourceforge.net/
the project's wiki: http://pyconstruct.wikispaces.com/ (anyone can
edit)

so now we have one place where people can share inventory constructs,
questions-and-answers, patches, documentation and more. enjoy.
-tomer

Apr 13 '06 #1
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tomer> so now we have one place where people can share inventory
tomer> constructs, questions-and-answers, patches, documentation and
tomer> more. enjoy.

I've never seen Construct before, but when you say "parser" I think of
parsing programming languages. The couple of examples on the Construct wiki
look more like what I'd use the struct module for. Can you define
constructs to parse, say, common arithmetic expressions like "(a + b) *4"?
Does it return some sort of abstract syntax tree?

Skip
Apr 15 '06 #2

sk**@pobox.com wrote:
tomer> so now we have one place where people can share inventory
tomer> constructs, questions-and-answers, patches, documentation and
tomer> more. enjoy.

I've never seen Construct before, but when you say "parser" I think of
parsing programming languages. The couple of examples on the Construct wiki
look more like what I'd use the struct module for.


Kind of. Except that struct module does not scale and is less readable.
You can say struct is not pythonic, construct is. IMHO construct is a
good candidate for stdlib

Serge.

Apr 15 '06 #3

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