JWPL is a language independent, database-driven, high performance Wikipedia API that provides structured access to information nuggets like redirects, categories, articles, and link structure. It contains a Mediawiki Markup parser that can be used to further analyze the contents of a Wikipedia page or standalone with other text, TimeMachine, which reconstructs a snapshot of Wikipedia from a specific date, or multiple snapshots from a time span, and RevisionMachine, which offers efficient access to the history of articles using a dedicated storage format which decreases storage space by 98%. This enables random access to the whole revision history without requiring several terabytes of storage for a single Wikipedia dump.
Piglet is a tool for parsing and lexing text for the .NET framework. The purpose of Piglet is to provide an easy-to-use tool for parsing text which can be easily included in any .NET project as a single assembly. In contrast to most parser generators, Piglet provides a fluent interface which enables you to express your grammar in a syntax which is accessible for users with no prior experience of parser generators. Piglet generates efficient, type safe, and reentrant LALR(1) parsers at runtime, which saves you from having a pre-compile step to generate your parsing tables. It also includes a lexical scanner generator which can be used independently of the parser generator.
UniCC, (Universal Compiler-Compiler) is a powerful LALR(1) parser generator and language development system for computer professionals. It serves as an all-round design and build tool assisting compiler writers in any parsing-related task, including production quality compiler construction and the implementation of domain specific languages. It unifies an integrated generator for lexical analyzers and a powerful LALR(1) parser generator into one software solution. The programming interface is a rich, extendable, and innovative BNF-based grammar definition language for expressing context-free grammars.
csvgrep is a commandline program which enables users to execute searches on text-delimited files using a rudimentary query language. Its query language is bound to simplicity and expressivity, to be easily comprehensible. It aims at replacing both grep and awk when you are challenged to retrieve information from a text-delimited file based on the content of a specific field (or column). You can get what you want using the semantic already in the file’s underlying structure.
MightyString adds array functionality and other tools for Ruby strings, including matching, indexing, substitution, and deletion. MightyString::HTML.strip_html provides more ideal HTML-to-ASCII formatting output. This is an advanced block "filtering" module. It works very well, with extremely rare cases which fall through its fingers.
EXIP provides a C library for the parsing and serialization of Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) format streams. The focus is portability and efficiency for embedded systems development. The project was started at the EISLAB research group in the Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering, Luleå University of Technology, and is part of research efforts to bring resource-constrained embedded devices, such as wireless sensor nodes, closer to the enterprise business processes taking place in processing, manufacturing, and communication industries.
HtmlCleaner is an HTML parser. HTML found on the Web is usually dirty, ill-formed, and unsuitable for further processing. For any serious consumption of such documents, it is necessary to first clean up the mess and bring order to the tags, attributes, and ordinary text. For a given HTML document, HtmlCleaner reorders individual elements and produces well-formed XML. By default, it follows rules similar to those which most Web browsers use to create a Document Object Model. However, the user may provide custom tag and rule sets for tag filtering and balancing.
WTMParse is a script originally intended for use in forensic examinations which parses WTMP files from Unix-like operating systems and generates a CSS-styled HTML report containing the login terminal, username, log start date, and login time/date in a table. It's good for postmortem forensic examinations or as a way of getting "last"-like information when you don't have the ability to boot the machine in question but can grab the wtmp.