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From Stephan Michels <>
Subject Re: [FYI] ExploringTheLogs - how to make sense of the Cocoon logs
Date Thu, 07 Nov 2002 17:34:49 GMT

On Thu, 7 Nov 2002, Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:

> On Thursday 07 November 2002 17:52, Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
> >. . .
> > We can import the wiki sources and use that, with the Chaperon stuff.
> >
> > Imagine that we have a system that gets all wiki pages and transforms
> > them in Forrest format...
> >. .
> Certainly cool, but are you confident about implementing the complete JSPWiki
> grammar using Chaperon? Maybe talking the JSPWiki guys into refactoring their
> parser to make it standalone (and use it in Cocoon) would be an option?
> Not to downplay Chaperon in any way, but from what I've seen most wiki
> systems use regular-expression based "text analyzers", which are "fuzzier"
> than real parsers like Chaperon and might be more suited to wiki text parsing.

Just for your information, I currently rewrite the parser to
decouple the text scaner from the parser, and for some other things.
So one transformer, I have planed, is a text 'tokenizer' for
e.g. colorize source code. But I don't think that a simple 'text
analyzers' will help you.

> I haven't heard from the wikiland project for a while, but it seems like they
> were having problems with this [1].
> -Bertrand
> [1]

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