When it's finally done, this will allow a user to input a regular expression, and get back one or more strings that would satisfy that expression. For now, all it does is fail unit tests and be aggravating. I keep breaking it by flip-flopping on whether it should parse the input backwards or forwards; right now it's doing it forwards, but most of the integration tests are failing because I only recently switched it to that and I haven't fixed everything yet.
This does not work, but if it did you would compile it and grab the binary. There is no installation per se.
Right now it runs as a console application. It just waits for you to feed it a regex and then replies with a string.
It's pretty fun working on this—if you want to have fun too, by all means let me know.
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.