Perl module to create and use recursive-descent parsers
DescriptionParse::RecDescent incrementally generates top-down recursive-descent text parsers from simple yacc-like grammar specifications. It provides:
* Regular expressions or literal strings as terminals (tokens)
* Multiple (non-contiguous) productions for any rule
* Repeated, optional and alternate sub-rules within productions
* Late-bound (run-time dispatched) sub-rules
* Full access to Perl within actions specified as part of the grammar
* Simple automated error reporting during parser generation and parsing
* The ability to commit to, uncommit to, or reject particular productions
during a parse
* Incremental extension of the parsing grammar (even during a parse)
* The ability to retrieve the generated parsing code
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