Suppose I have a programming language that does not (yet) have libmarpa
bindings, but which does have its own Earley parser. Case in point being
Ruby and the Rley engine:
How would you feel about my implementing the SLIF (or something SLIF-like)
as an add-on wrapper to Rley? I don't want to step on anybody's toes, in
terms of intellectual property, but at the same time, it feels like making
a high-level lexer & grammar specifier that would be pluggable for both
Rley and any future Marpa implementation would be for the Greater Good, so
Thanks for your guidance,
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