Pegex::Parser - Pegex Parser Runtime
use Pegex::Parser; use SomeGrammarClass; use SomeReceiverClass; my $parser = Pegex::Parser->new( grammar => SomeGrammarClass->new, receiver => SomeReceiverClass->new, ); my $result = $parser->parse($SomeInputText);
Pegex::Parser is the Pegex component that provides the parsing engine runtime. It requires a Grammar object and a Receiver object. It's
parse() method takes an input that is expected to be matched by the grammar, and applies the grammar rules to the input. As the grammar is applied, the receiver is notified of matches. The receiver is free to do whatever it wishes, but often times it builds the data into a structure that is commonly known as a Parse Tree.
When the parse method is complete it returns whatever object the receiver has provided as the final result. If the grammar fails to match the input along the way, the parse method will throw an error with much information about the failure.
new object constructor takes these attributes:
A Pegex::Grammar object. Required.
A Pegex::Receiver object.
Boolean. Turn on debugging. Default false.
Integer. Recursion level to terminate on. Default 0 (off).
Integer. Recursion level to warn on. Default 0 (off).
Integer. Number of matches to try before terminating. Default 0 (off).
Pegex::Parser currently has 4 settings that are useful for debugging. These can be set as Pegex::Parser object attributes, global variables or environment variables:
If set to a true value, it enables very useful trace messages for every internal match operation.
If set to a number greater than 0, Pegex::Parser will terminate after that recursion level number is reached.
If set to a number greater than 0, Pegex::Parser will issue a warning every time that recursion level number is reached.
If set to a number greater than 0, Pegex::Parser will terminate after that number of matches has been attempted.
Tells the parser how many spaces should be used for indenting debugging output. Default is 1.
If enabled, it will color
notevents in the debugging output (
bright_redrespectively). Color will be enabled by default for debugging. It requires Term::ANSIColor.
Color is enabled.
Color is enabled when STDERR is a tty.
Color is disabled.
You can configure the specific colors used by appending them like this:
PERL_PEGEX_DEBUG_COLOR='always, cyan bold, black on_yellow'
For available colors, see Term::ANSIColor
Note: Using these variables incurs a slight performance hit, but if you don't use them all the debugging code is optimized away.
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