by Matijs van Zuijlen
Parse with Ripper, produce sexps that are compatible with RubyParser.
Drop-in replacement for RubyParser.
Should handle 1.9 syntax gracefully.
Only tested with MRI 1.9.3. Definitely does not work with the ripper gem for MRI 1.8.
Many edge cases are surely not yet taken care of (but hey, it's version 0.0.1).
gem install ripper_ruby_parser
require 'ripper_ruby_parser' parser = RipperRubyParser::Parser.new result = parser.parse "puts 'Hello World'" p result # => s(:call, nil, :puts, s(:arglist, s(:str, "Hello World!")))
Ruby 1.9.3. It may work with lower 1.9 versions. Let me know if it does.
Hacking and contributing
If you want to send pull requests or patches, please:
Make sure `rake test` runs 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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