Released my second album Gas - Fill the Volume, it is available for free after donation to carbonfund.org to fight climate change.
A week ago I picked up a copy of "The Definitive Antlr4 Reference" and have consequently started messing around with Antlr4. The book is fairly good; however, now that I know how straightforward Antlr4 is, I feel a little bit cheated that I purchased a book where an extended tutorial would've sufficed. While I only found the book to be fair, I found Antlr4 to be a ridiculously over-the-top kick-ass language parser/lexer generator.
Long story short, since my intrest in writing this post is starting to wane, my first project with Antlr4 parses Antlr4 grammar files, and generates a DOM system specifically for the grammar, allowing for the language application to be coded entirely from an object-oriented perspective without the need to mess with visitors or listeners. I'm calling it DOMinator. ha ha ha ha.
Wow, this has been waaaay more difficult than expected. What is more difficult than what I had originally thought? Keeping this feed updated.
I've been working on quite a few different projects since my last post. I would share the details about these fun diversions; however, I'm not feeling too hot right now, so I'm going to only list a few generalities of some of my current projects:
And here are two screenshots of one of my long running programming projects: