An expression-oriented, tooling-focused language that compiles down to Python.
The Pytch compiler is currently written in Python 3.7.
To install the development environment, run
$ poetry install
To launch the REPL:
$ poetry run pytch repl
To execute a file as a Pytch script:
$ poetry run pytch run file.pytch
Updating the syntax trees
To modify the syntax tree node types, update
pytch/syntax_tree.txt, then run:
Fuzzing the parser
To run the fuzzer on the Pytch parser, first be sure that the AFL
fuzzer is installed (e.g. with
brew install afl-fuzz). Next,
install the fuzzing dependencies:
$ poetry install --extras fuzz
Then you can run:
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