On May 19, 2007, at 10:53 AM, Tim Fletcher wrote:
>> Note: while there is some obvious benefits to keeping the high levelIn terms of making things more rubyish, I have a rubyforge that I
>> design of the two implementations in sync, I have no interest in
>> attention to language differences. If there are obvious Ruby idioms
>> that can make a given section of code smaller or clearer, then by all
>> means, such idioms should be used.
> Yes, there are parts that could be made more Rubyish.
setup for this .
Well, I actually set it up for my own parser that I started building
I'd be more than happy to create a gem for this code and release it
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