Parser generators give programmers a convenient and declarative way to write parsers and other language-processing applications, but their mechanisms for extension and code reuse often leave something to be desired. We introduce Ohm, a parser generator in which both grammars and their interpretations can be extended in safe and modular ways. Unlike many similar tools, Ohm completely separates grammars and semantic actions, avoiding the problems that arise when these two concerns are mixed. This paper describes the particular way in which Ohm achieves this separation, and discusses the resulting benefits to modularity and extensibility.
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Jason HemannIndiana University, USA, Daniel P. FriedmanIndiana University, USA, William E. ByrdUniversity of Utah, USA, Matthew MightUniversity of Utah, USADOI
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Alessandro WarthY Combinator Research, USA, Patrick DubroyY Combinator Research, USA, Tony Garnock-JonesNortheastern University, USADOI Pre-print
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Stefan MarrJohannes Kepler University Linz, Benoit DalozeJKU Linz, Austria, Hanspeter MössenböckJKU Linz, AustriaDOI Pre-print