[antlr-interest] Re: announcing 1.0.2 release of StringTemplate template engine
Mark D. Anderson
mda at discerning.com
Wed Oct 15 21:51:17 PDT 2003
--- In antlr-interest at yahoogroups.com, Terence Parr <parrt at c...> wrote:
> StringTemplate is a really good example (umm...if I do say so myself)
> of how to use ANTLR to build an interpreter (ANTLR converts templates
> into text + trees. To execute them, a tree parser walks the trees and
> executes the actions, spitting out text etc...).
I was hoping it might also be a really good example of how to do
switching of token streams as a way to implement lexical states for
That is, along the lines of the "multilex" example in the antlr
But instead I find a hand-written implementation in StringTemplate.java
with charAt(cp) ... cp++ etc.
Surely this does not set a good example for impressionable young
In particular, for the cases where StringTemplate is going to be used on
html templates, it'd be nice to be able to be able to offer validation of
the html chunks.
I don't see how delimeter escaping is done btw.
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