Provides a framework for rule based text scanning and uses the framework to provide rule-driven default implementations of
RuleBasedScanneris a document-based scanner controlled by
IRuleobjects. When evaluated an
IRulealways returns an
IToken. The package provides a set of rules whereby
PatternRuleis the most important one.
PatternRuledefines a pattern-configurable rule.
ClassDescriptionA buffered rule based scanner.A standard implementation of a syntax driven presentation damager and presentation repairer.Deprecated.As of 3.1, replaced by
FastPartitionerinsteadA specific configuration of a single line rule whereby the pattern begins with a specific sequence but is only ended by a line delimiter.A standard implementation of a document partitioner.Defines the interface of a character scanner used by rules.A partition token scanner returns tokens that represent partitions.Defines the interface for a rule used in the scanning of text for the purpose of document partitioning or text styling.Defines the interface for a rule used in the scanning of text for the purpose of document partitioning or text styling.A token to be returned by a rule.A token scanner scans a range of a document and reports about the token it finds.Defines the interface by which
WhitespaceRuledetermines whether a given character is to be considered whitespace in the current context.Defines the interface by which
WordRuledetermines whether a given character is valid as part of a word in the current context.A rule for detecting patterns which begin with a given sequence and may end with a given sequence thereby spanning multiple lines.An implementation of
IRuledetecting a numerical value.Standard implementation of
FastPartitionerinsteadScanner that exclusively uses predicate rules.A generic scanner which can be "programmed" with a sequence of rules.A specific configuration of pattern rule whereby the pattern begins with a specific sequence and may end with a specific sequence, but will not span more than a single line.Standard implementation of
IToken.An implementation of
IRulecapable of detecting whitespace.A specific single line rule which stipulates that the start and end sequence occur within a single word, as defined by a word detector.An implementation of
IRulecapable of detecting words.