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Swift Parser Generation

I’ve been fascinated by the Scala language since I first saw it. I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to use Scala in a couple of projects. One of the parts of the Scala standard library I really like is the parser combinator stuff.  I’ve been spending a bit of time recently playing with some ideas as to how something like it could be made for the new Swift language from Apple and I’ve made a first cut here.

It still needs a lot of work, but at the moment it is usable.  What I’m thinking is I will use it as the basis of a much nicer one that follows the Scala version more closely now that I have a better understanding of how Swift works.  I doubt I’ll be able to make it a nice as the Scala one, but I may be able to get close with any luck 🙂


1 comment for “Swift Parser Generation

  1. dendad51
    June 20, 2014 at 2:33 pm

    You parsered my understanding quite some time ago 😉
    We are so proud of you Daniel.

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