|the best compiler generator generating c# firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert) (2006-10-03)|
|Re: the best compiler generator generating c# email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) (2006-10-04)|
|Re: the best compiler generator generating c# email@example.com (Eric) (2006-10-04)|
|Re: the best compiler generator generating c# firstname.lastname@example.org (Vesa Erla) (2006-10-19)|
|From:||"Vesa Erla" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||19 Oct 2006 11:15:37 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||19 Oct 2006 11:15:37 EDT|
If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Pro and up you can download
Visual Studio SDK V3 for free from Microsoft:
VS SDK V3 contains a 'managed package' parser (MPPG) and a lexer (MPLEX)
generator with functionality similar to YACC and LEXX.
Generators are written in C# and generate C#.
This toolkit is written for Microsoft by John Gough and Wayne Kelly at
Queensland University of Technology.
The lexer can currently deal with single byte character sets only.
After installing the SDK, the documentation for using the tools can be found
C:\Program Files\Visual Studio 2005 SDK\2006.09\VisualStudioIntegration\ExtraDocumentation
<firstname.lastname@example.org> kirjoitti viestissä:email@example.com...
>I agree, antlr v2 has issues, but when looking for a decent parser
> generator for my compiler i eventually felt it was the best -- that
> said this was a year and a half ago, so i could hope that since then
> someone has actually gone and produced a a decent GLR/LALR parser
> generator for c#. But i doubt it :(
> Robert wrote:
>> Could anyone suggest me an easy-to-use and reliable compiler compiler
>> that produce c# target code? ...
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