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A monadic parsing toolset for python

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parsemon2

This is yet another attempt to bring monadic parsing to python. The problem the author saw with many other implementations is a limit to their composability. A lot of the times these otherwise quite well written implementations suffer pretty bad from pythons lack of TCO. This implementation uses trampolines to get around that.

Right now this implementation is nothing more but a toy, but the tests that come with this package show already that it’s parsing ability is not dependent on pythons recursion limit.

We also have error messages.

There is a (tested!) example implementation of a json parser included in the package. See src/parsemon/json.py for more information.

installation

This package should be available as a manylinux_2_24_x86_64 wheel on pypi. On a update to date linux machine pip should do the job just fine:

pip install parsemon2

Currently MS Windows and macOS are not supported.

building the package

Building the package from source can be done in multiple ways.

building from sdist

You need to have the rust toolchain installed. Check out your GNU/Linux distribution to learn how to install it. Another handy resource to consider is https://www.rust-lang.org/tools/install.

Now you can build the package from source via pip:

pip install setuptools_rust wheel
pip wheel parsemon2 --no-binary :all:

Now you should have a wheel for your platform in your working directory.

build from the repository

The easiest way to build wheels from the git repository is to use docker since there is a handy build script included in the repo. Make sure the your user has access to docker. Consult the documentation of your system for more information on how to install docker.

With docker installed run the following in the root folder of the source code repository:

bin/build-wheels

After the program finishes you should find wheels for various python versions in the dist/ directory.

documentation

If you want to learn about the library we recommend checking out our readthedocs page.

Changes

3.2.2

  • Further performance improvements

3.2.1

  • Fixed minor bug in error handling code

3.2.0

  • Slight performance improvements
  • Implement repeat combinator that tries to run a parser for a specified number of times

3.1.0

  • Serious peformance improvements were made
  • Minor bug fix in json example parser

3.0.1

  • Update README

3.0

  • Remove pyrsistent deque implementation
  • Improve fmap performance
  • Implement end-of-input parser
  • run_parser now returns a ParsingResult object instead of the raw value of the supplied parser
  • run_parser won’t fail if the parser did not consume all of the supplied input
  • Got rid of NotEnouhInput exception.
  • Drop official support for Python 3.6
  • Change semantics of until parser.

2.0

  • Parsers constructed with do can now take arguments
  • New parser for floating point numbers: parsmon.basic.floating_point
  • Implement x | y operator for parsers, it is a short hand for choice(x,y)
  • Improved performance parsing speed by factor 4 - 6
  • There is now an example of a parser included in this package. It is the worlds slowest json parser

1.1

  • Implement validators
  • chain now accepts 1 or more arguments
  • Implement do notation
  • New whitespace parser
  • New parser for integers

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