Saturday, May 3, 2008

Packet template parser in Haskell

As part of the dive into Haskell, I've tried out Parsec, which allows a pretty intuitive construction of parsers.

The result is a parser that can consume the packet template file. It does not do anything smart with it beyond some printing.

You can take a look at the two here.

The code leaves a lot to be desired - as I've used the lowest-level character parser.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I use biterscripting ( I believe a free download is available at .) a lot on the side for template parsing. I use the

X template name Y value X / template Y

syntax. X is the open tag, Y is the close tag.

Sen Hu