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From Sylvain Wallez <>
Subject Re: [Ann] chaperon project launched at SF(was: textparser)
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2002 21:22:37 GMT
Stephan Michels wrote:

>I finally found a name for my project;-) I have now check in the source
>on Sourceforge.
>Chaperon is a LALR(1) parser, which parse structured text documents and
>generate XML documents as output. It includes a parser generator like yacc
>and a regex scaner like lex. As input use Chaperon a grammar written in
>I wrote two little examples. The first example creates a XMl document from
>a little mathematical expression and colorize it
>The second example transform a mathematical expression, written in a form
>similar to latex, to MathML and produce a GIF using the my serializer from
>the jeuclid project.
>I were glad to hear your opinions od suggestions.
>Stephan Michels.
To give you some input, do you know the JEDI parser, at ?

I used it for some demos, and It's very porwerful to parse text content 
to XML. Unfortunately, it's not opensource and seems to be frozen (I 
sent a mail to the author but got no answer), but maybe you'll find some 
inspiration there.


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