I am David F. Houghton. The "F." is important because there are a lot
. You can read more about me here
At the moment, the chief function of this site is to provide the
documentation for various open source projects I've written. All of
this code is available on github
The Perl code is also available via CPAN
. I have a lot more
projects than I have documentation here. My intention is that this
will change (by the addition of documentation), but I make no promises
as to when.
A note regarding the formatting conventions on this site. There are two sorts
of fixed-width (
) blocks: those
A collection of Perl debugging functions.
A command line utility for keeping track of what you've done and
A Perl client for the Stripe
A Java library providing recursive BNF-style pattern matching on
character sequences with variable-length lookbehinds, parse trees, and
.I am not the original, let alone sole, author of this code, though as of August
2014 I was the principle architect of the Chrome version of the extension. It is now in other hands.
A concise, declarative command line option parsing library for Java
inspired by the innumerable getopt
modules in CPAN.
A Java library for constructing “trie
A Java library containing adapter classes allowing one to construct context-free
using the tokenization and tagging from Stanford's CoreNLP
A Java library for querying tree data structures. This is like
XPath but more general. I ported this formalism, with considerable extensions,
to Perl as
An evolution simulator I wrote together (initially) with my son Jude. The source is on
, as usual.