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Last active Sep 22, 2019
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m4rw3r /
Last active Feb 11, 2017 — forked from anonymous/
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extern crate chomp;
use std::rc::Rc;
use chomp::prelude::{token, SimpleResult, parse_only};
use chomp::ascii::{is_alphanumeric, is_whitespace};
use chomp::types::{Buffer, U8Input};
use chomp::parsers::{take_while1, skip_while};
use chomp::combinators::many;
m4rw3r / functions.php
Created Nov 18, 2013
Attempting to implement something akin to Haskell's typeclasses
View functions.php
namespace m4rw3r;
use ReflectionMethod;
use ReflectionFunction;
function compose($f, $g)
switch(callableReflection($g)->getNumberOfParameters()) {
m4rw3r /
Last active Aug 23, 2016
Benchmarks comparing `feature/input_trait` with `experiment/impl_trait`

experiment/impl_trait is essentially a reimplementation of all the parsers and combinators using the same baseline code as feature/input_trait. The feature/input_trait is intended to be chomp 0.3, and experiment/impl_trait either 1.0 or maybe a new crate chomp2 (useful since feature/input_trait still works on stable while experiment/impl_trait requires the latest nightly version of rustc).

Both share the same reposiotory and dependencies, just two different branches. Same code is used for both tests, with slight adjustment for how parsers are structured.

rustc --version
rustc 1.13.0-nightly (1576de0ce 2016-08-21)


m4rw3r /
Created Aug 19, 2016
impl Trait with Input trait version of the chomp example HTTP-parser
extern crate chomp;
extern crate memmap;
use std::fs::File;
use std::env;
use chomp::types::{Input, Parser};
m4rw3r /
Created Feb 10, 2016
Just a quick implementation of line-numbering where a parser is wrapped to keep track of the number of lines it has parsed so far
use std::marker::PhantomData;
pub trait NumberingType {
type Token;
type Position;
fn update(&mut self, &[Self::Token]);
fn position(&self) -> Self::Position;
m4rw3r /
Last active Mar 7, 2016
WIP of pre-RFC for saturating and wrapping integer wrapper types
  • Feature Name: saturating-and-checking-integer-wrapper-types
  • Start Date: (fill me in with today's date, YYYY-MM-DD)
  • RFC PR: (leave this empty)
  • Rust Issue: (leave this empty)


Implement two wrapper-types in std::num which provide two different types of behavior on overflow: saturating arithmetic and always checked arithmetic with the latter signalling a thread panic on

extern crate rsz;
use rsz::{FunctorMut, HKT, MonadMut, Unit};
// Let's say that this type requires to run the closure multiple times,
// so we can only implement the mutable monads.
pub struct Foo<T> {
inner: T,
m4rw3r /
Last active Jan 13, 2016 Simple HTTP-library for Rust
use std::fmt;
use std::ascii::StrAsciiExt;
pub enum HeaderName {
View gist:7504106
class F
protected $f;
protected $params = array();
public function __construct(callable $c, array $params = null)
$this->f = $c;
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