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Simon (89)

Simon
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Saturday June 08, 2002
04:49 AM

Today's evil hack

[ #5503 ]
An optimizer for Parse::RecDescent. It's not totally finished, and has a few glaring bugs in it, but it can turn this:

test: 'a' b /c/
b: bee "hlagh"
bee: 'b'
into this:

test : 'abhlaghc'
b : 'bhlagh'
bee : 'b'
I know this, because I had to write a Parse::RecDescent deparser too.

This lead to my wonder why there isn't a decent regex optimizer module around yet...

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  • I always believed Perl had one internally.

    Not being brave enough to venture into the Perl regex internals myself: does it?
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