Thu, 17 Apr 2003 17:27:44 +0200
It is in:
As far as I can see you should be able to check the whole uust tree out,
On donderdag, apr 17, 2003, at 17:06 Europe/Amsterdam, Sarat Chandra
> I can't find the "Parsing" directory. May be the directory is not
> made visible to public. However, under the "PC" directory, I see
> UU_Parsing.hs and other files (but no examples directory). Can you
> please check it.
> --- Doaitse Swierstra <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Parsec cannot do this. If you want this behaviour check out the
>> library at cvs.cs.uu.nl (directory lib). In the examples directory you
>> find an example parser for Haskell written using these combinators. At
>> the top level there is also a Tiger compiler that is written with
>> Doaitse Swierstra
>> On woensdag, apr 16, 2003, at 12:00 Europe/Amsterdam, Sarat Chandra
>>> I am using Parsec to write a parser. I would like to know
>>> how parse-errors can be accumulated without stopping at the
>>> first error. I would like to skip the input upto some
>>> synchronization point (for e.g a semi-colon) and continue parsing
>>> from there. Thanks.
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