pt_util - Man Page
package require Tcl 8.5
package require pt::ast ?1.1?
::pt::util error2readable error text
::pt::util error2position error text
::pt::util error2text error
Are you lost ? Do you have trouble understanding this document ? In that case please read the overview provided by the Introduction to Parser Tools. This document is the entrypoint to the whole system the current package is a part of.
This package provides general utility commands.
This is a supporting package in the Core Layer of Parser Tools.
- ::pt::util error2readable error text
This command takes the structured form of a syntax error as thrown by parser runtimes and the input text to the parser which caused that error and returns a string describing the error in a human-readable form.
The input text is required to convert the character position of the error into a more readable line/column format, and to provide excerpts of the input around the error position.
- ::pt::util error2position error text
This command takes the structured form of a syntax error as thrown by parser runtimes and the input text to the parser which caused that error and returns a 2-element list containing the line number and column index for the error's character position in the input, in this order.
- ::pt::util error2text error
This command takes the structured form of a syntax error as thrown by parser runtimes and returns a list of strings, each describing a possible expected input in a human-readable form.
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