remove non-piraha parser from CST

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Roland Haas created an issue

In the Turing release announcements: http://einsteintoolkit.org/about/releases/ET_2020_05_announcement.html we are deprecating the non-Piraha parser (since it will not be updated to handle the READS / WRITES in the same manner the Piraha based parser will be).

It should thus be removed from the code.

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  1. Roland Haas reporter

    There seem to be more opportunities to remove now dead code:

    • some of the parsers called subroutines that are no longer needed
    • the parser comparison routine can be removed

    With there being only a single data structure it should no longer be called $foo1 but just $foo.

    Comments in the pull request show individual instances of these, though there may be some that I missed.

  2. Roland Haas reporter

    Please squash the commits and use a subject line that starts with “Cactus: “.

    Please apply.

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