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LazyBat

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Description

Parse software messages and transform them into actions. LazyBat has a command line utility which can transform input data, and also a parser generator for C/C++. LazyBat doesn't support recursive parsing, but rather focuses on common parsing jobs.

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Categories

Code Generators

License

BSD License

Features

  • parser and transformer
  • free open source command line utility and code generator for any platform with ANSI C
  • handles only non-recursive input data
  • trivial grammar rules (lists, choices, rules, patterns, transformation of input)
  • proof of concept through command line utility
  • enables team work through sharing of grammar files
  • good number of examples on site
  • generated code for use with any program that supports C linkage.
  • API (application programming interface)
  • designed for high performance
  • thread safe for multithreaded applications
  • unlimited variable size
  • memory management for parsed data
  • unlimited input data size (can exceed all computer resources)
  • can parse data in-pieces (discontinuous buffers)
  • tracing
  • free for any use

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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2010-05-15

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