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How To (Semi-)Automate JavaScript Refactoring

By Simon St. Laurent
February 20, 2014

Computers aren’t ready to write much of our code for us, but they can still help us clean and improve our code. At Fluent 2013, O’Reilly’s Web Platform, JavaScript and HTML5 conference, Giles Bowkett demonstrated a wide variety of ways …

Syntax coloring utility

By Kyle Dent
April 19, 2010

Syntax coloring utility works for several different programming languages.

Jotting on parsers for SGML-family document languages: SGML, HTML, XML #5 - Collapsing bubbles

By Rick Jelliffe
September 10, 2009

Collapsing bubbles. Converting a DTD with tag omission to a regular grammar. Needing the stack for less. Term rewriting.On the fly addition of rules. Are SGML-family documents trees? SGML as a centre of gravity no more?

Jotting on parsers for SGML-family document languages: SGML, HTML, XML - You say automata and I say automata

By Rick Jelliffe
August 30, 2009

But it is no use me sitting here complaining that people are saying "drop SGML" without even knowing what it is they are dropping. So I thought I'd make some little diagrams roughly scoping a basic machine for SGML family parsers.


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