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|From:||email@example.com (Dennis Boone)|
|Date:||Sun, 08 Jan 2012 11:47:06 -0600|
|Keywords:||yacc, parse, PL/I|
|Posted-Date:||08 Jan 2012 15:12:28 EST|
I'm looking for a parser generator that generates output in PL/I.
That is, in the same way that there are variants of yacc that generate
Pascal or Perl or Java, I want "pl1yacc" (or pl1antlr or pl1eli or
.... you get the idea.)
Anyone know of such a tool?
[In the 35 years I've been in this biz, I've never seen one. It wouldn't
be hard in principle to translate the parser skeleton in bison or yacc to
generate PL/I, but it'd still be a chunk of work. -John]
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