Safe, fast and memory efficient PHP parser (lexical and syntactic analysers, and the Abstract Syntax Tree)
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Tagua Parser

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Tagua VM is an experimental PHP Virtual Machine written with the Rust language and the LLVM Compiler Infrastructure.

The Virtual Machine is composed of several libraries. This library, Tagua Parser, contains the lexical and syntactic analysers, aka the parser, for the PHP language.

Installing

To install Tagua Parser, you must have Rust (see the Rust installation page) installed. Cargo is the Rust package manager.

To build a release version:

$ cargo build --release

To build a development version:

$ cargo build

If you have SIMD or AVX on your hardware, then, you can respectively use the simd or avx feature as follows:

$ cargo build --release --features simd

Using Docker

If installing Rust on your machine is too much, Docker might be an alternative: It provides everything needed to build, test and run the Tagua Parser.

First, build the Docker image:

$ docker build -t tagua-parser-dev .

Now, it is possible to run a container from this image:

$ docker run --rm -it -v $(pwd):/source tagua-parser-dev

If this command succeeds, you are inside a fresh container. To see if everything is fine, you can start the test suite:

$ cargo test

Contributing

Do whatever you want. Just respect the license and the other contributors. Your favorite tool is going to be:

$ cargo test

to run all the test suites (unit test suites, integration test suites and documentation test suites).

カンバン (Kanban)

In order to get an overview of what needs to be done, what is in progress and what has been recently done, a kanban board is available.

Documentation and help

The documentation is automatically uploaded online at the following address: https://docs.rs/tagua-parser/*/tagua_parser/.

To generate it locally, please, run the following command:

$ cargo doc --open

To get help on IRC, please join the official #taguavm channel on Freenode. Alternatively, there is a mirrored room on Gitter.

License

Tagua VM is under the New BSD License (BSD-3-Clause):

                                New BSD License



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