LL parser framework represents parsers directly as EBNF grammars in inlined C++.
Spirit is a set of C++ libraries for parsing and output generation implemented as Domain Specific Embedded Languages (DSEL) using Expression templates and Template Meta-Programming. The Spirit libraries enable a target grammar to be written exclusively in C++. Inline grammar specifications can mix freely with other C++ code and, thanks to the generative power of C++ templates, are immediately executable.
Spirit.X3 (3rd generation)
The newest Spirit shines faster compile times. Currently only a parser framework.
WARNING: C++14 compilers support will be dropped soon.
Spirit X3 in Boost 1.81 (scheduled to November 2022) will use C++17 features.
Supported compilers will be:
- Clang 4 (currently 3.6)
- GCC 7 (currently 5)
- VS 2017 v15.8 (currently 2015 U3)
Spirit V2 (2nd generation)
The latest Long Term Support version of Spirit. A Swiss Army knife for data manipulation on any kind of input.
Runs on most C++03 compilers (GCC 4.1, Clang 3.0, VS 2005).
Spirit.Classic (1st generation)
Spririt.Classic should support even ancient compilers.
|2014-03-18||1.56||8a353328||Spirit.X3 is added|
|2013-12-14||1.56||c0537c82||Phoenix V2 is retired|
|2011-03-28||1.47||400a764d||Phoenix V3 support added to Spirit V2|
|2009-04-30||1.41||5963a395||Spirit.Repository is appeared|
|2008-04-13||1.36||ffd0cc10||Spirit V2 (Qi, Karma, Lex, Phoenix V2) is added|
|2006-08-23||1.35||2dc892b4||Fusion V1 is retired|
|2003-01-31||1.30||81907916||Spirit is the part of the Boost|