Parsing is easy!
With Peasy, you write the parser by hand, just like to write any other kind of program. You need not play many balls like that any more <https://raw.github.com/chaosim/peasy/master/doc/ballacrobatics.jpg> You just play one ball like so <https://raw.github.com/chaosim/peasy/master/doc/dolphinball.jpg>.
To use Peasy, just copy the module to your project, read it, modify it, write the grammar rules,, and remove any unnecessary stuffs in Peasy, and parse with the grammar. See here <http://chaosim.github.io/peasy/doc/pypeasy.html#peasysample>. for a sample grammar in Peasy.
The annotated peasy.py<http://chaosim.github.io/peasy/doc/pypeasy.html>. is best document for Peasy at the moment. See the tests in /test, and you’ll see some samples of left recursive grammars and how to parse them.
the project’s repository is on github <https://github.com/chaosim/peasy>.
Peasy uses the nose test framework, see the folder “test”
peasy is developed and tested on Windows 7, python 2.7.3
MIT: see LICENSE
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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