On Jun 29, 3:08 am, "Hak... / gmail.com" <Hak... / gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jun 29, 2:01 am, "Marcel Molina Jr." <mar... / vernix.org> wrote:
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> > On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 02:55:02PM +0900, Hak... / gmail.com wrote:
> > > I haven't programmed in a while, but I want to get back with doing
> > > some parsing for a text adventure I want to make. I know it's not
> > > Ruby's specialty, but it's nice to try and learn how to do something
> > > like this in a language that has good string support.
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> > > So I want to start learning to parse, so naturally I go to Goolge. But
> > > of course, I got a lot of XML and stuff like that and that's really
> > > not what I'm looking for (I think). So where do I start? I think I've
> > > heard that regex is the modern parsing algorithm. Or would a different
> > > library be more helpful for me right now?
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> > Check out Dhaka:http://dhaka.rubyforge.org/
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> > It starts with simple examples and goes all the way up to a non trivial language.
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> > marcel
> > --
> > Marcel Molina Jr. <mar... / vernix.org>
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> Thank you.

Err...how exactly do you install a gem?