|Where can I find java parser?? firstname.lastname@example.org (2003-05-06)|
|Re: Where can I find java parser?? Marko.Makela@HUT.FI (Marko =?ISO-8859-1?Q?M=E4kel=E4?=) (2003-05-12)|
|Re: Where can I find java parser?? email@example.com (Mike Schilling) (2003-05-12)|
|Re: Where can I find java parser?? firstname.lastname@example.org (Kenny MacLeod) (2003-05-12)|
|Re: Where can I find java parser?? email@example.com (2003-05-13)|
|Re: Where can I find java parser?? firstname.lastname@example.org (Dominik Assmuth) (2003-05-13)|
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|Re: Where can I find java parser?? firstname.lastname@example.org (Etienne Gagnon) (2003-05-16)|
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|From:||Marko =?ISO-8859-1?Q?M=E4kel=E4?= <Marko.Makela@HUT.FI>|
|Date:||12 May 2003 01:27:27 -0400|
|Organization:||Helsinki University of Technology, CS lab|
|Posted-Date:||12 May 2003 01:27:27 EDT|
>>>>> "Steve" == steve smith <email@example.com> writes:
Steve> Hi I am lookinhg for a Java parser that will parse process
Steve> expressions that have been entered by a user. An example of an
Steve> expression is a||b, meaning run a in parallel with b.
So, you are looking for a parser for a process algebra, such as CSP or
CCS. You could have a look at B(PN)² and the PEP tool
(http://theoretica.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de/~pep/). The toolset
has not been implemented in Java, but B(PN)² is based on process
algebra, and PEP converts that notation into Petri nets. The source
code of PEP should be available on request.
Steve> I am looking for a java parser that will allow me to do this,
Steve> so that all I have to do is provide grammar rules for it.
So, are you just looking for a parser generator for Java, such as
JavaCUP+JFlex or ANTLR?
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