[tap-l] TAP::Spec::Parser 0.05 on CPAN
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Sun Mar 20 19:52:35 GMT 2011
Any chance we can get some documentation for this? I honestly can't tell what's supposed to be happening here other than a TAP parser is somehow implemented.
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>From: Andrew Rodland <andrew at cleverdomain.org>
>To: tap at ietf.org; Test Anything Protocol <tap-l at testanything.org>
>Sent: Sunday, 20 March 2011, 19:21
>Subject: [tap-l] TAP::Spec::Parser 0.05 on CPAN
>I'm pleased to release version 0.05 of TAP::Spec::Parser to the CPAN,
>featuring a completely rewritten parser based on Paul Evans' Parser::MGC. It's
>not as pretty as the Regexp::Grammars one, and the parallels to the BNF are
>not quite as easy to see, but it's more correct, *much* faster, and doesn't
>have the stability issues that plagued previous versions because it no longer
>tries to execute Perl code inside of regexes.
>The spec tests and example scripts are working with no known regressions from
>Now that the issues with stability and extreme slowdowns on complex test input
>are (hopefully) behind us, it may be time to work on adding more test cases to
>Schwern, are http://svn.hexten.net/tapx/tap-tests/t/source/ the test cases
>from the Oslo QA Hackathon that you were alluding to? If they're good stuff I
>can put some effort into converting them to mesh with the TAP::Spec objects.
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