I am the author of various open-source frameworks for Dart:
- PetitParser: a dynamic parser framework for Dart.
- Xml: a lightweight library for parsing, traversing, and querying, and building XML.
- More: more Dart, literally.
- State Machine, flexible state machine framework.
Also, I am the author of PetitParser for Java:
- PetitParser: a dynamic parser framework for Java.
In the past, was involved in Seaside, a framework for developing sophisticated web applications in Smalltalk. I maintained the OmniBrowser framework, the Refactoring Engine and various other Smalltalk development tools. My Smalltalk Code Archive is still available. Some projects I am the author of are:
- PetitParser, a dynamic parser framework for Smalltalk.
- Builder, build and test Smalltalk images from the command line.
- Helvetia, language embedding without breaking tools.
- Gofer, work with groups of package in Monticello.
- Magritte, a generic self-described meta-model.
- Pier, an extensible object-oriented content management system.
- Scriptaculous, let Seaside applications fly Web 2.0 style.
- Comet, HTTP server push extension for Seaside.
- SqueakSource, a Smalltalk source code repository.
- PetitParser for Smalltalk, Java and DartI am happy to announce initial ports of PetitParser to Java and Dart. The repositories contain complete and usable ports of the original Smalltalk implementation, unit tests and example grammars. The three implementations are very similar in their API and the supported features. If possible, I tried to adapt common practices and features of the ta...
- Composite Grammars with PetitParserIn a previous post I described the basic principles of PetitParser and gave some introductory examples. In this blog post I am going to present a way to define more complicated grammars. We continue where we left off the last time, with the expression grammar. Writing parsers as a script as we did in the previous post can be cumbersome, especially...