by Matijs van Zuijlen
Parse with Ripper, produce sexps that are compatible with RubyParser.
- Drop-in replacement for RubyParser.
- Should handle 1.9 and later syntax gracefully.
- Requires MRI 2.2 or higher
RipperRubyParser has some incompatibilities with RubyParser. For some of these, the behavior can be changed by turning on extra-compatible mode.
The following incompatibilities cannot be changed:
- RipperRubyParser won't handle non-UTF-8 files without an encoding comment, just like regular Ruby
- RipperRubyParser keeps carriage return characters in heredocs that include them
- RipperRubyParser does not attempt to match RubyParser's line numbering bugs
The following incompatibilities can be made compatible by turning on extra-compatible mode:
- RipperRubyParser handles unicode escapes without braces correctly, while RubyParser absorbs trailing hexadecimal characters
- RipperRubyParser handles the rescue modifier correctly, while RubyParser still contains a bug that was fixed in Ruby 2.4. See RubyParser issue #227.
- RubyParser handles byte sequences in second and further literal parts of a strings with interpolations differently.
gem install ripper_ruby_parser
require 'ripper_ruby_parser' parser = RipperRubyParser::Parser.new parser.parse "puts 'Hello World'" # => s(:call, nil, :puts, s(:arglist, s(:str, "Hello World!"))) parser.parse '"foo\u273bbar"' # => s(:str, "foo✻bar") parser.extra_compatible = true parser.parse '"foo\u273bbar"' # => s(:str, "foo✻r")
- Ruby 2.2 or higher
Hacking and contributing
If you want to send pull requests or patches, please:
- Make sure
rake testruns without reporting any failures. If your code breaks existing stuff, it won't get merged in.
- Add tests for your feature. Otherwise, I can't see if it works or if I break it later.
- Make sure latest master merges cleanly with your branch. Things might have moved around since you forked.
- Try not to include changes that are irrelevant to your feature in the same commit.
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