Parsing a number of named sets of other named sets



So I want to write a... well... not-so-simple parser with boost::spirit::qi. I know the bare basics of boost spirit, having gotten acquainted with it for the first time in the past couple of hours.


Basically I need to parse this:


# comment
# other comment
set "Myset A"
{
figure "AF 1"
{
i 0 0 0
i 1 2 5
i 1 1 1
f 3.1 45.11 5.3
i 3 1 5
f 1.1 2.33 5.166
}
figure "AF 2"
{
i 25 5 1
i 3 1 3
}
}
# comment
set "Mys

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Parsing a number of named sets of other named sets
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So I want to write a... well... not-so-simple parser with boost::spirit::qi. I know the bare basics of boost spirit, having gotten acquainted with it for the first time in the past couple of hours.


Basically I need to parse this:


# comment
# other comment
set "Myset A"
{
figure "AF 1"
{
i 0 0 0
i 1 2 5
i 1 1 1
f 3.1 45.11 5.3
i 3 1 5
f 1.1 2.33 5.166
}
figure "AF 2"
{
i 25 5 1
i 3 1 3
}
}
# comment
set "Mys
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The form:


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Python - can't import Set from sets (“no module named sets”)
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