Posts, in reverse chronological order
June 1 Infinite Lookahead and Ruby Slippers
March 31 Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Parsing Solution
October 14 Parsing Timeline 3.1
October 2 Measuring language popularity
August 28 A Haskell challenge
August 21 Marpa and combinator parsing 2
July 8 Undershoot: Parsing theory in 1965
June 20 Parsing left recursions
June 18 Marpa and combinator parsing
June 17 Marpa and procedural parsing
June 11 Parsing with pictures
June 4 Why is parsing considered solved?
May 28 Is a language just a set of strings?
May 14 Parsers and Useful Power
April 10 Version 3 of "Parsing: a timeline"
August 23 Parsing: an expanded timeline
March 22 Introduction to Marpa Book in progress
March 9 What parser do birds use?
January 6 What are the reasonable computer languages?
December 20 Top-down parsing is guessing
December 13 Grammar reuse
August 29 Fast handy languages
March 11 Linear? Yeah right.
March 2 PEG: Ambiguity, precision and confusion
November 15 Parsing: Top-down versus bottom-up
November 4 Removing obsolete versions of Marpa from CPAN
November 1 Reporting mismatched delimiters
September 7 Parsing: a timeline
September 1 Marpa has a new web page
August 18 Language design: Exploiting ambiguity
March 10 Evolvable languages
February 25 Significant newlines? Or semicolons?
August 1 A Marpa-powered C parser
July 7 Parsing Ada Lovelace
June 17 Marpa v. Parse::RecDescent: a rematch
June 10 Mixing procedural and declarative parsing gracefully
May 31 The Design of Four
May 27 Why Marpa works: table parsing
April 29 Is Earley parsing fast enough?
April 22 Marpa's SLIF now allows procedural parsing
March 23 What if languages were free?
March 20 The Interpreter Design Pattern
March 11 BNF to AST
January 13 A language for writing languages
January 8 Making DSL's even simpler
January 2 Announcing Marpa's Scanless interface
December 31 A self-parsing and self-lexing grammar
December 2 Smart whitespace and the Ruby Slippers
November 25 Announcing a full release of Marpa::R2
November 18 A Marpa tutorial: iterative parser development
November 11 A Marpa tutorial: pattern searches
November 4 A grammar that exemplifies, describes and parses itself
October 30 A Marpa DSL tutorial: Error reporting made easy
October 21 Configuring the Ruby Slippers for HTML
October 15 A configurable HTML parser, part 2
October 8 A Configurable HTML Parser
September 15 Parsing on your new hyper-quantum computer
September 13 A Marpa-based HTML reformatter
September 3 Marpa::R2 is beta
August 26 Domain-Specific Languages made simpler
August 22 Precedence parsing made simpler
August 12 The solved problem that isn't, is
August 7 Marpa v. Perl regexes: a rematch
July 31 Rudy Rucker and Kurt Goedel
July 26 Prefixing the Ruby Slippers, and the Bigfoot Maneuver
July 22 Partial parsing and error reporting
July 8 Two new interfaces to Marpa
June 26 The useful, the playful, the easy, the hard and the beautiful
June 20 Marpa & customizing the Ruby Slippers
June 12 Announcing Marpa::R2
April 12 Marpa v. Parse::RecDescent: some numbers
March 29 The syntax of English is undecidable
March 12 A Marpa mailing list
March 10 Making the parsing game safe
March 1 User experiences with Marpa: some observations
February 26 What's new with Marpa
February 15 A Marpa paper
January 21 Marpa and OO
January 13 Developing parsers incrementally with Marpa
January 5 What! No Lexer?
December 26 A new web site for Marpa
December 21 Marpa::XS is now 1.000000
December 14 How to parse HTML, part 3
December 12 Marpa::XS release candidate now available
December 7 How to parse HTML, part 2
November 30 How to Parse HTML
November 27 Marpa and the Ruby Slippers
November 21 Which Marpa distribution to use?
November 18 What is the Marpa algorithm?
November 7 Marpa v. Perl regexes: some numbers
October 30 Perl and Parsing 12: Beating up on the "use" statement
October 23 Marpa::XS is now beta
October 14 Announcing Marpa::XS 0.016000
October 8 Perl and Parsing 11: Are all Perl programs parseable?
October 6 Perl and Parsing 10: "Use" the Easier Way
September 19 Perl and Parsing 9: "Use" and the Ruby Slippers
September 12 Announcing Marpa::XS 0.010000
August 7 Changes to The Way Marpa Orders Parse Results
August 3 Announcing Marpa::XS 0.8.0
May 13 Bovicide 6: The Final Requirement
April 17 Announcing Marpa::XS
April 10 Bovicide 5: Parse-time Error Reporting
March 24 Perl and Parsing 8: The Where and Why of Rejection
March 17 Progress on Marpa::XS
February 16 Perl and Parsing 7: Do List Operators have Left/Right Precedence?
January 23 Why I Stuck With Perl
January 9 Perl and Parsing 6: Error Handling
December 26 Why the Bovicidal Rage? (Killing Yacc: 4)
December 15 Killing Yacc: 1, 2 & 3
December 5 Miniminalism: Philosophy, Tradition or Lunacy?
November 17 Better than Literate!
November 2 Marpa's Sudden Portability Adventure
October 11 Announcing Marpa 0.200000
October 7 Perl & Parsing: A Metapost
September 23 Perl and Parsing 5: Rewind
August 22 Perl and Parsing 4: The Golden Age of Right Parsing
July 6 Parsing Perl 3: Perl and Minimalism
June 28 Parsing Perl 2: Down the Garden Path
June 21 Jay Earley's Idea
June 19 Parsing with Ruby Slippers
June 5 Marpa is now O(n) for Right Recursions
May 2 BNF Parsing and Linear Time
April 21 Zooey Deschanel to star as Ada
March 28 High-level HTML Parsing
March 24 An HTML Pretty-printer
March 4 Opera 2.0
February 7 Spock and Data look at CPAN
January 5 Ringo Starr and Willy Sutton On Programming Languages
December 31 Marpa: Practical General BNF Parsing
December 21 Alpha Modules and Perl's use Statement
December 17 In Praise of NYTProf