|TXL ANTLR email@example.com (Anders Karlsson) (2008-08-28)|
|Re: TXL ANTLR Jatin_Bhateja@mentor.com (Jatin Bhateja) (2008-08-29)|
|Re: TXL ANTLR firstname.lastname@example.org (Johannes) (2008-08-30)|
|Re: TXL ANTLR email@example.com (Terence Parr) (2008-08-30)|
|Re: TXL ANTLR firstname.lastname@example.org (ajk) (2008-09-01)|
|Re: TXL ANTLR email@example.com (2008-09-23)|
|From:||Jatin Bhateja <Jatin_Bhateja@mentor.com>|
|Date:||Fri, 29 Aug 2008 12:25:43 +0530|
|Posted-Date:||29 Aug 2008 12:33:48 EDT|
>I was wondering what the difference is between TXL and ANTLR, are
>these similar tools. What other tools are there than can be used for
>help in building compilers besides these and of course LEX/YACC?
>I am not interested in starting a flame war, just want to know what
>you people use and which you can recommend.
>I have looked a bit on ANTLR and it seems quite nice, but was juse
>wondering if there are other alternatives.
TXL and ANTLR both have following common features
* Both are LL(k) parser generators.
* Both are mainly used for making language translation. Can
generates parse tree and a tree walker.
ANTLR is a popular tool and the code generated is very clean, easy to
understand and edited also.
The fundamental difference b/w ANTLR/TXL and Yacc is the underlined
parsing algorithm. Yacc is an LALR parser
Hope this gives you some idea.
Thanks and Regards
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