[REBOL] Re: Big parse rules
From: nitsch-lists:netcologne at: 19-Jul-2003 10:39
Am Samstag, 19. Juli 2003 10:15 schrieb A J Martin:
> Anyone know how to turn a parse rule into a function?
> Here's my situation. I've got a pile of 'parse rules in my eText function
> (I'm rewriting it to make it smaller, faster, and more versatile), and I
> find I need some sort of function-like ability, to keep the rules for a
> section together, apart from the rest, and able to be reused or nested.
> Table_Printable^: exclude Printable charset #"|"
> Table_Cell^: [copy Text any Table_Printable^ (insert tail Table_Row
> compose [td (Text)])]
> Table_Row^: [
> (Table_Row: copy )
> #"|" some [Table_Cell^ #"|"] opt #"|" LWS? Line_End (
> insert tail Table compose [tr [(Table_Row)]]
> Table_Row: none
> Table^: [
> (Table: copy )
> some Table_Row^ (
> Accrete [table [tbody [(Table)]]]
> As can be seen, I'd really like to make "Table_" into a sort of object or
> function, rather than "fake" it with the arrangement of names.
> Any ideas?
would like pathes in parserules.
without it, you could put everything in a context and export only 'Table^ with
parse string [..]
Table_Printable^: exclude Printable charset #"|"