Why i can't find a full documentation for Irony ?

first post: GHOST2010 wrote: I'm trying to use Irony as i think it's a great kit but i can't fin...

latest post: GHOST2010 wrote: As i can see, Irony is a very rich kit and samples are not enough t...

evaluate function with more than one parameters (ExpressionListNode issue)

first post: jorgediego wrote: I'm trying to do (for example) round( 3.4455, 2) (created by my o...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: Look at sample expression evaluator. I just tried the following exp...

how to add to ExpressionEvaluatorGrammar IF (...) MULTIPLE_STATEMENT ELSE MULTIPLE_STATEMENT

first post: jorgediego wrote: Please I need a help, ExpressionEvaluatorGrammar works wonderfull...

latest post: jorgediego wrote: this is how I did, and it's working perfectly If Then Else (in case...

Escaping reserved characters

first post: RasmB wrote: Hi guys, I have written a grammar where I have defined the follow...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: you made up quite unusual rules. So you want literals to be of eith...

Priority for nonterminal

first post: dtx12 wrote: I have this rules: boolNot.Rule = ToTerm("!") + expr | ToTerm("!") ...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: as far as i can understand, the issue is operator precedence - you ...

Optional terms in InterpretedLanguageGrammar

first post: watkipet wrote: I'm deriving from InterpretedLanguageGrammar. It's my understanding...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: yep, looks right

Newbie context-free grammar question

first post: watkipet wrote: I suspect if I understood context-free grammar better, I could answ...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: Context-free grammar understanding is not enough - you have to know...

Problem with rule priority.

first post: Criperum wrote: I have a rule like that c = a | b. The prooblem is that "a" rule h...

latest post: Criperum wrote: Thank you. I'll try.

statement across 2 lines

first post: jianyunli wrote: Hi this language allows multiple statements on the same line or on...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: not sure about particular conflicts you have, but I think you shoul...

Help with indentation-based grammar

first post: Alxandr wrote: I'm trying to create a rather simple DSL that's indentation-based. ...

latest post: Alxandr wrote: Ah, I figured it out :) Changing `Exprs.Rule` to `MakeListRule(Expr...