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Wilson Bilkovich wrote:
> That being said, there are some pretty cool parser generators for
> Ruby, so it could probably be done.
> 

Doesn't the upcoming ANTLR support emitting Ruby code? You could try
that. I think there's also a project that tries to compile ASP.NET to
equivalent PHP using ANTLR, you could rip off^W^Wdraw inspiration from
their grammars.

David Vallner


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