[Haskell-cafe] Parsec memory behavior
jeremy.shaw at linspireinc.com
Wed May 17 18:05:49 EDT 2006
At Wed, 17 May 2006 11:36:00 -0700,
Juan Carlos Arevalo Baeza wrote:
> Is there any known alternative that doesn't exhibit this behavior? It
> would have to somehow return errors inline or on a "side channel". I'll
> be toying with this sort of thing for a while.
You might try reading,
Polish Parsers, Step By Step
by R. John M. Hughes and S. Doaise Swierstra
From the abstract:
We present the derivation of a space efficient parser combin-
ator library: the constructed parsers do not keep unneces-
sary references to the input, produce online results and effi-
ciently handle ambiguous grammars. The underlying tech-
niques can be applied in many contexts where traditionally
backtracking is used.
By 'online' they mean able to starting producing results before the
whole thing is parsed.
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