Fernando <email@example.com> wrote:
| Are there any regex packages for scheme?
| PS I'd be using mzscheme
See the MzScheme documentation:
MzScheme provides built-in support for regular expression pattern
matching on strings, implemented by Henry Spencer's package.
Regular expressions are specified as strings, using the same
pattern language as the Unix utility egrep. String-based regular
expressions can be compiled into a regexp value for repeated matches.
I use it to parse Web pages sucked off the net (using the built-in socket
support). Works great!
p.s. Also, the PLT distribution now includes Shriram Krishnamurthi's networking
utilities in the plt/collects/net/ directory, including some URL & CGI stuff,
and some NNTP, SMTP, & POP3 utilities.
Rob Warnock, 8L-846 firstname.lastname@example.org
Applied Networking http://reality.sgi.com/rpw3/
Silicon Graphics, Inc. Phone: 650-933-1673
1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy. FAX: 650-933-0511
Mountain View, CA 94043 PP-ASEL-IA