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A Lojban parser (syntax analyzer) in Java by camgusmis and xorxes.
Has been superseded by Masato Hagiwara's parser.
Bug reports / requests
- "ke ko'a ce ko'e ke'e ce ko'i" does not parse. —
- The parse tree for "ko'a ce ke ko'e ce ko'i ke'e" is unnecessarily hard to process, as it contains the ke/ke'e brackets in the same parent node (sumti1) as the elements of the outer list; the (somewhat postprocessed) output in TermL syntax is sumti1(sumti2, joikEk, KE, sumti, KEhE); it would be preferable for the last three elements to have a subnode to themselves.
- Non-Lojban words in ZOI quotes yield invalid TermL: "zoi zoi $ zoi" contains innerWord( $ ) when it should be innerWord( "$" ). 'zoi zoi " zoi' is probably another useful test case.