SIMPLEXpress is a simple-to-use alternative to regular expressions. Instead of requiring the user to memorize dozens of special characters with multiple uses and complex rules, SIMPLEXpress hard-reserves two characters and leaves the rest for literal use. Using a few simple syntactic rules, the user can easily write powerful expressions.
- Anna R. Dunster
- Ben D. Lovy
- Jason C. McDonald
- Jarek Thomas
- Moshe D. Uminer
- Bowen Volwiler
- eventpp: Available from libdeps (GitHub)
- Arctic Tern: Available from GitHub.
- IOSqueak: Available from GitHub.
- Nimbly: Available from GitHub.
- Onestring: Available from GitHub.
- Goldilocks 1.0: Available from GitHub. (Tester only)
If you have the full source repository, see BUILDING.md for information on how to build SIMPLEXpress.
The Ready-To-Use version of SIMPLEXpress only contains the folders 'include' and 'lib'. You can find the full source repository on GitHub.
We do not accept pull requests through GitHub. If you would like to contribute code, please read our Contribution Guide.
All contributions are licensed to us under the MousePaw Media Terms of Development.
SIMPLEXpress is licensed under the BSD-3 License. (See LICENSE.md)
The project is owned and maintained by MousePaw Media.