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From "Ersin Er (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (DIRLDAP-53) "LDAP ACIItem" Parser Implementation
Date Thu, 15 Sep 2005 21:23:58 GMT
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Ersin Er commented on DIRLDAP-53:

I've updated the grammar so that it reflects our ideas on needed ACIItem stuff and representation.
It should be a complete and hopefully much less buggy grammar now. It does not include integration
with model yet ( as i said before, it'll be the next patch ). I'm providing this patch as
a milestone and for people to be able to see the progress. I'll do model integration next.

The updated ABNF grammar is available at:

> "LDAP ACIItem" Parser Implementation
> ------------------------------------
>          Key: DIRLDAP-53
>          URL:
>      Project: Directory LDAP
>         Type: New Feature
>   Components: Common
>     Versions: 0.9.3
>     Reporter: Ersin Er
>     Priority: Minor
>      Fix For: 0.9.3
>  Attachments: ACIItemParser_01.patch
> An implementation of ACIItem, ported from X.501 to LDAP, parser is provided as a patch
attached with this issue.
> The implementation includes:
>  - an almost complete "LDAP ACIItem" Antlr grammar
>  - a wrapper around the Antlr generated classes
>  - two auxilary classes for parser/lexer pair reusability
>  - a test class
>  - and a maven configuration update
>  - Good test coverage
>  - Model integration via actions
>  - Cleanup
> ACI is a tough subject and this parser is no exception. This is somewhat a big grammar
that needs extensive testing which is missing now. The current grammar does not integrate
with ACIItem API implemented by Trustin, because we need to discuss some issues about porting
X.501 ACIItem to LDAP and about string representation of some components. After we agree on
a robust spec, I'll update the grammar to fully comply with "our ACIItem spec" (Trustin may
also need to update his stuff). One more step will be integrating with ACIItem API which will
be a one hour task with Trustin's super clear implementation (thanks Trustin!).
> I'll further discuss the issue on the mailing list.

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