||This is the abstract superclass for all regular expression that build up the LaTeX parser.
||A regular expression that mimics the "x|y" RegExp syntax.
||Parse comment strings.
||A class that stores context information about the parsing process, like : current line
number, current parsed substring, block markers, stack for markers...
||Default implementation of the parser interface [pending : create interface !].
||An expression that can encompass a sub-expression it encloses with markers, e.g.
||An expression specified by a gnu.regexp.RE regular expression.
||An expression that can instanciate a new Element by cloning the given graphic element when it finds a given
litteral tag, then add it to the current PicGroup in the pool.
||LaTeX (including epic/eepic and pstricks macros) parser
This class consists essentially of LaTeX grammar rules (subexpression included in the "root" sequence expression)
and a method "parse()" which kicks off the parsing process.
||An expression specified by a String to be exactly matched at the current cursor position.
||Any string (but w/o line-feeds !)
||An expression containing only digits, possibly preceded by whitespaces ;
a post-delimiters can be specified, as well as the number's type (int or double) and its sign
||an expression that represents a pattern repeating at most once
||An event that gets sent as an argument of the "action" method during an interpret operation
||An expression for 2D-Point parsing e.g.
||Offers a means for expressions belonging to the parser-tree to share variables across the tree.
||Enforces use of strong typing for keys being put the map
||an expression that represents a pattern repeating a given number of times
||This is the super-class for head-expressions that contain grammar rule for a given format.
||An expression that represents a sequence of expressions to be matched exactly in
the same order they're being added to the sequence.
||An expression for "statement"-parsing, i.e.
||This expression works a bit like a "CR-greedy" expression : it scans each line until
it can successfully parse the reg-exp given in the constructor, POSSIBLY preceded by wild-chars (as
given in the construror).
||Multiple white spaces (w/o line-feeds)
||multiple white spaces and/or '\n'
||an Expression that represents a single occurence of a wild-char
(ANY_CHAR or one of the predefinite fields in java.lang.Character)
- either composed of letters only, or letters and digits (see java.lang.Character.isLetter() for details) only,
- or ended by the specified end-delimiter (in which case it may contain other chars than letters)