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binary-class

Classes for writing and reading binary data

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binary-class-dbf

Interface to *.dbf files (dBase, Foxpro, ...)

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binary-class-exif

Class for reading and writing Exif in JPEG or TIFF

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binary-class-mp3

MP3 ID3v2.1 and ID3v2.2 tags parser

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clang

A series of C utilities for Typed Racket

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css

A CSS Engine written in pure Typed Racket

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derp-3

The Derp 3 parser, based on "Parsing with Derivatives," code written by Michael D. Adams (www.michaeldadams.org)

This package needs documentation

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java

A port of David Herman's java.plt PLaneT package, without the PLaneT dependencies.

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markdown

Markdown format parser.

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megaparsack

practical parser combinators

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megaparsack-doc

documentation (no implementation) for “megaparsack”

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megaparsack-lib

implementation (no documentation) for “megaparsack”

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megaparsack-parser

built-in parsers implemented using megaparsack

This package needs documentation

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megaparsack-parser-tools

helpers for using megaparsack with parser-tools

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php-parser

A php parser

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psd

Read (and will write) Photoshop Documents

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python-tokenizer

A fairly direct translation of tokenize.py

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ragg

ragg is a Racket AST Generator Generator. A design goal is to be easy for beginners to use. Given a grammar in EBNF, ragg produces a parser that generates Racket's native syntax objects with full source location.

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roman-numeral

Utilities for parsing and writing Roman numerals

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sparse

A tool for generating test cases for parsers for simple S-expression languages. It is intended primarily for use by instructors of Programming Languages classes in which students implement a simple S-expression-based programming language. It takes as input a description of the grammar of the language to be implemented and produces test cases for the students' parsers.

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squicky

A parser for a wiki syntax (a mild extension of WikiCreole)

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