|Info on Lex/yacc Objective-c grammar firstname.lastname@example.org (Alessandro Perrone) (2008-03-24)|
|Re: Info on Lex/yacc Objective-c grammar email@example.com (Timothy Knox) (2008-03-28)|
|Re: Info on Lex/yacc Objective-c grammar firstname.lastname@example.org (2008-04-08)|
|From:||email@example.com (Alessandro Perrone)|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Apr 2008 08:41:42 +0200|
|Organization:||Alex2000 di Alessandro Perrone|
|Posted-Date:||10 Apr 2008 23:25:50 EDT|
> What do you mean by "all platforms"? The language itself is portable
> to "all platforms". I have an Objective-C compiler on my FreeBSD
> boxes, my Linux boxes, and (back when I had one) my Solaris boxes. The
> libraries Apple ships are for Mac OS X, but the compiler is still the
> same FSF GCC based compiler.
Thak a lot for the reply.
All I want to write is a simple profiler for an objective-c program. And
I need the grammar for this language. Since gcc runs on every unix
platforms, This grammar should be present somewhere.
The grammar I found in internet (thank to google) uses NS* libraries and
it runs only on Os X!!!
With "All platform" I intend the grammar used from FSF to build objc
part of gcc.
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