Parser/Composer library for Python
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README.md

pyPEG 2 for Python 2.7 and 3.x

Python is a nice scripting language. It even gives you access to its own parser and compiler. It also gives you access to different other parsers for special purposes like XML and string templates.

But sometimes you may want to have your own parser. This is what's pyPEG for. And pyPEG supports Unicode.

The source code for all you can find here:

https://gitea.pep.foundation/fdik/pypeg2

To build the documentation, you'll need YML 2. You can download YML here:

Homepage: http://fdik.org/yml/ Toolchain: http://fdik.org/yml2.tar.bz2

You can install pyPEG 2 with:

$ pip install pypeg2

pyPEG 2 depends on lxml, see http://lxml.de/