|Fast prototyping of a language email@example.com (Bruno Barberi Gnecco) (2004-11-26)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language firstname.lastname@example.org (ShivaM) (2004-11-28)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language email@example.com (Basile Starynkevitch \[news\]) (2004-11-29)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language firstname.lastname@example.org (Ivan Boldyrev) (2004-11-29)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language Meyer-Eltz@t-online.de (2004-11-29)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language email@example.com (Vladimir Makarov) (2004-12-01)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language firstname.lastname@example.org (2004-12-01)|
|Re: Fast prototyping of a language email@example.com (2004-12-05)|
|From:||Vladimir Makarov <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||1 Dec 2004 23:13:31 -0500|
|Organization:||Red Hat, Inc.|
|Posted-Date:||01 Dec 2004 23:13:31 EST|
Bruno Barberi Gnecco wrote:
> I'd like to prototype a new language quickly. Speed is not of
> concern, and the language can be interpreted. Any suggestions? I'm
> trying to avoid writing a full flex/yacc parser...
> Thanks a lot,
I think it is a matter of taste and habits to choose tools for
language prototyping. I've tried a lot of them and written a lot of
them too. These days I use programming language DINO.
A simple syntax directed tranlation is a part of the language. It is
implemented with Earley's parser. Curently I am writing an optimized
compiler prototype on it. So it might be good for you too.
Your task is close to my son's project. He implemented a simple
programming language interpriter on DINO as a school project. You can
find his presentation on
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