Ergo.Parser.track_parser

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track_parser(ctx, parser)

track_parser first checks if the parser has already been tracked for the current input index and, if it has, raises a CycleError to indicate the parser is in a loop. Otherwise it adds the parser at the current index.

Examples

iex> alias Ergo.{Context, Parser} iex> import Ergo.{Terminals, Combinators} iex> context = Context.new(&Ergo.Parser.call/2, "Hello World") iex> parser = many(char(?H)) iex> context2 = Parser.track_parser(context, parser) iex> assert Context.parser_tracked?(context2, parser.ref)