This is where the code for the FastParse parsing library lives! If you want to use Fastparse, you probably will want to check out the documentation:
For a good hands-on tutorial working through the basics of how to use this library, check out the following blog post:
This readme contains some developer docs, if you intend on working on the fastparse repo, not just using it as a library.
The core of FastParse lives in the
fastparse/ folder. It is cross-built ScalaJVM/Scala.js codebase, with almost everything shared between the two platforms in the
fastparse/src/ and minor differences in
The three subprojects
cssparse/ are FastParse parsers for those respective languages. These are both usable as standalone libraries, and also serve as extensive test-suites and use-cases for FastParse itself. Each of those projects clones & parses large quantities of code from Github as part of their own test suites.
perftests/ constains performance tests for main projects in the library including
readme/ contains the documentation site, which contains several live demos of FastParse parsers compiled to Scala.js. These all live in
mill -w fastparse.jvm[2.12.7].testruns the main testsuite. If you're hacking on FastParse, this is often where you want to go
You can run the other suites via
scalaparse.jvm, etc. if you wish, but I typically don't and leave that to CI unless I'm actively working on the sub-project
You can use
mill -w fastparse.jvm[_].testto run it under different Scala versions, but again I usually don't bother
mill __.test.testis the aggregate test-all command, but is pretty slow. You can use
mill __.jvm[2.12.7].testto run all tests only under JVM/Scala-2.12, which is much faster and catches most issues
mill demo.fullOpt && sbt readme/runbuilds the documentation site, which can then be found at
- If you're not sure if something is a bug or not, ask on Gitter first =)
- All code PRs should come with: a meaningful description, inline comments for important things, unit tests, and a green build
- Non-trivial changes, including bug fixes, should appear in the changelog. Feel free to add your name and link to your github profile!
- New features should be added to the relevant parts of the documentation
- To a large extent, FastParse is designed so that you can extend it in your own code without needing to modify the core. If you want to add features, be prepared to argue why it should be built-in and not just part of your own code.
- It's entirely possible your changes won't be merged, or will get ripped out later. This is also the case for my changes, as the Author!
- Even a rejected/reverted PR is valuable! It helps explore the solution space, and know what works and what doesn't. For every line in the repo, at least three lines were tried, committed, and reverted/refactored, and more than 10 were tried without committing.
- Feel free to send Proof-Of-Concept PRs that you don't intend to get merged.
- No binary or source compatibility is guaranteed between any releases. FastParse is still in the 0.x.y phase of development, which means it's still under rapid development and things do change. On the other hand, upgrading is usually trivial, and I don't expect existing functionality to go away
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