emcellent-parse

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eMcellent-parse

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A most excellent M/MUMPS parsing library; eMcellent-parse takes input M/MUMPS code and transforms it into JSON-based representations of the code. This can be used in translation and/or markup to make the source code more readily interpretable.

Getting Started

The code is built to be run in either Node.js or the browser; it uses native Javascript parsing and has no intrinsic dependencies outside of those used during builds.

To use in Node.js, the package is available via npm. To use locally, you will only need to install dependencies using npm install. To test, the default grunt task will execute all test cases.

To use in the browser, install dependencies with npm install, and run grunt build:browser. Browserify will convert the package into a Commonjs format, minify it, and output it to /dist/emcellent.min.js.

Functions

The library has two entry functions; note that both functions are synchronous.

parseLine

parseLine(inputString)

Parses a single line of M/MUMPS code into the JSON representation.

inputString - A Line of M/MUMPS code.

parseRoutine

parseRoutine(inputString)

Parses a routine of M/MUMPS code, returning an array of JSON representations marked up with line numbers.

inputString - An entire routine of M/MUMPS code, with lines separated by line feeds.

Return Format

Parsed lines will be returned in the below format; parseRoutine returns an array of these objects.

{
    lineLabel: String,
    lineNumber: Number,
    lineComment: String,
    lineIndentation: Number,
    lineRoutines: [{
        mRoutine: String,
        mArguments: String,
        mPostConditional: String,
    }]
}

Contributions

Pull requests are welcome, just be sure to include test cases.

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npm i emcellent-parse

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0.0.2

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Apache 2.0

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