|TextTransformer 1.7.0: extended C++ code generation and 75% off Meyer-Eltz@t-online.de (Detlef Meyer-Eltz) (2009-07-02)|
|From:||Detlef Meyer-Eltz <Meyer-Eltz@t-online.de>|
|Date:||Thu, 2 Jul 2009 11:32:01 +0200|
|Posted-Date:||02 Jul 2009 08:00:47 EDT|
TextTransformer 1.7.0 has just been released. TextTransformer is a
Windows IDE for building, debugging and executing parsers and
translators. TextTransformer is made both for end-users and for C++
developers. This update is primarily dedicated to C++ code generation.
The possibility of the professional version of TextTransformer to
export projects as a C++ code, which previously were developed in the
interpreter mode, was extended: a source code file is produced for the
call of the parsers/converters now, too. By use of the default frame a
main function for a console application is generated. The creation of
complete converter programs is possible thus very easily. However, the
frame file also can be adapted to special needs, e.g. to the call of
the parser within a class function or other routines. There is an
additional window for the adaption of the new frame in TextTransformer
1.7.0. In addition, a little text file as a basis for a "jamfile" for
boost build is generated now for every project. The option to generate
wide char parsers also was completed. Xerces dom's can be created both
from char and wide char strings now and the interface has been updated
to the current xerces version 3. All this already can be tried with
the 30-day test version of the TextTransformer, which now contains the
needed supporting code too.
The way to the planned unicode capable version 2 of TextTransformer
now is prepared and the fst series is regarded as essentially
completed. For the time period until TextTransformer 2.0.0 will be
published, TextTransformer professional is offered for the same price
as the standard version. That is a price reduction of 75%.
TextTransformer 1.7.0 can be downloaded at:
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