Aug 28, 2012 at 2:54 PM
Edited Aug 28, 2012 at 2:54 PM
I've build a language parse using Irony, based on several samples, including MiniPyhton.
I'm encountering a problem caused (apparently) by CreateTokenFilters override. With this override, Empty statement is not recognize on the base statement Rule.
For exemple, Root = Stmt; Stmt.Rule = something|Empty;
In that case, parser will always says : expecting something.
Is there any workaround to do this ?
public override void CreateTokenFilters(LanguageData language, TokenFilterList filters)
var outlineFilter = new CodeOutlineFilter(language.GrammarData,
OutlineOptions.ProduceIndents | OutlineOptions.CheckBraces, ToTerm(@"\")); // "\" is continuation symbol
PS : Same problem in MiniPython sample
Aug 29, 2012 at 5:51 PM
This is in fact a bug in miniPython grammar. Add the Empty term to Stmt definition:
Stmt.Rule = AssignmentStmt | Expr | ReturnStmt | Empty;
Note that considering the other definitions:
ExtStmt.Rule = Stmt + Eos | FunctionDef;
Block.Rule = Indent + StmtList + Dedent;
StmtList.Rule = MakePlusRule(StmtList, ExtStmt);
this.Root = StmtList; // Set grammar root
.. we define empty line as Empty followed by Eos (end-of-statement) symbol.
Make similar change in your grammar.