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From Stephan Michels <step...@vern.chem.tu-berlin.de>
Subject Re: text parser
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2002 10:23:39 GMT


On Wed, 13 Feb 2002, Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:

> On Wednesday 13 February 2002 10:37, Stephan Michels wrote:
> > I had the same idea. I used the time to write a LALR(1)
> > Parser like yacc and Regex Scanner like lex. This project is near to
> > be finished.
> > This parser used xml for all input(grammar) and output(parser table
> > generation process)
>
> > One thing that keep me off to publish this project under sf, is that
> > I havn't a name for this project.
>
> Here are a few ideas, didn't do any checks on them:
> styxml or stixml (Structured Text to XML)
> stex (Structured Text to X)
> xrules (XML parsing rules)

Hmm. I my first choice was jxc(java xml compiler)


> But maybe it's too restrictive, if your parser is a general one?

> For the Cocoon-specific parts of your project (you mentioned
> Generators), I think donating the code to Cocoon would help the
> visibility of your project.

I will do. I must frist install a cvs server on one of our computers
outside the firewall, but this will be obsolete if I have a name, so
I can put this on sf.net.

> If you keep some parts outside of Cocoon, I'd suggest selecting a
> license (ASF-compatible, I don't know the exact requirements) that
> allows your library to be included with the standard Cocoon
> distribution.

Yes, I will use the apache license.


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