Grant Report : RPerl User Documentation - Final (Jan 2016)

No Comments

Will Braswell has completed his RPerl Docs grant, submitting the following report:

"I have released RPerl v1.51 with all grant work items now completed!

1a. Describe Eyapp EBNF grammar format and Grammar.eyp file sections

http://rperl.org/learningrperl.html#B.1%3AEyappGrammarFormat%26Sections

1b. Describe lexical token types

http://rperl.org/learningrperl.html#B.2%3ALexiconTokenTypes

1c. Describe operator precedence and associativity

http://rperl.org/learningrperl.html#B.3%3ASyntaxPrecedence%26_Associativity

1d. Describe all grammar rules and productions 1e. Provide examples of valid code

http://rperl.org/learningrperl.html#B.4%3ASyntaxProductionRules

2a. Complete source code of solutions to chapters 1 - 6 2b. Describe how to arrive at each solution

http://rperl.org/learningrperl.html#APPENDIXA%3AEXERCISEANSWERS

3a. Create POD versions of deliverables 1 and 2

https://github.com/wbraswell/rperl/blob/master/lib/RPerl/Learning.pm

3b. Use POD::Tree::HTML or similar to generate HTML

https://github.com/wbraswell/rperl/blob/master/script/development/pod2rperlhtml.pl

3c. Integrate HTML into rperl.org web framework

http://rperl.org/learning_rperl.html "

Owing to issues with TPF blog, this report could not be published in a timely fashion. The Grants Committee elected to vote on completion without public comments. The committee accepted the work as successfully completed.

MAJ

Leave a comment

About TPF

The Perl Foundation - supporting the Perl community since 2000. Find out more at www.perlfoundation.org.

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Mark A Jensen published on January 23, 2016 9:59 PM.

New site, same URL was the previous entry in this blog.

YAPC::NA::2016 Update #2 -- It's Orlando!​ is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.

Pages

OpenID accepted here Learn more about OpenID
Powered by Movable Type 6.2.2