|How to build a CLI and a Shell firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Dubuis) (2001-01-05)|
|Re: How to build a CLI and a Shell email@example.com (Nirmal Prasad R.) (2001-01-09)|
|Re: How to build a CLI and a Shell firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Dubuis) (2001-01-18)|
|Re: How to build a CLI and a Shell email@example.com (Scott Moore) (2001-01-19)|
|From:||Eric Dubuis <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||18 Jan 2001 01:14:50 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||18 Jan 2001 01:14:50 EST|
Why do you think that the use of a parser (generator) is no good? I
believe it would really help the maintainability of the interface if
it is defined through a regular grammar.
"Nirmal Prasad R." <email@example.com> wrote:
> I guess as this code will run on a router, you may be better off
> avoiding lex & yacc altogether. ...
> Eric Dubuis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > I have the task to build a shell and a Cisco or Juniper like Command
> > Line Interpreter (CLI) for some router and will be using the C (or
> > C++) programming language.
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