|Commercial Compilers Using Attribute Grammar Technology email@example.com (1988-07-22)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (SPENCER RUGABER)|
|Date:||22 Jul 88 17:22:24 GMT|
|Organization:||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|Bogus:||I recently posted a query to comp.compilers asking for information on|
|Bogus:||commercial compilers that make use of attribute grammars. This message|
|Bogus:||summarizes the responses that I received. Thanks to the following|
|Bogus:||contributors (listed in the order in which I received their replies).|
Arun Arya: email@example.com
Steve Dever: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Kaplan: email@example.com
Steve Vegdahl: firstname.lastname@example.org
William B. Tyler: hplabs!hpda!procase!tyler
Jeffrey C. Fried: ut-sally!ames!cullsj!jeff
Hans Boehm: email@example.com
Commercial Compilers that Use Attribute Grammars
+ Intel's Pascal compiler
+ The GAG system from GMD in Karlsruhe, W. Germany.
+ Several responses mentioned Rodney Farrow's Linguist system. The
concensus was that this was a tool for building compilers rather
than a compiler itself.
+ Speculation was that compilers from Tartan Labs and MetaWare use
attribute grammar technology.
University Systems (I didn't ask for this but several of the responses
included mention of these which I pass along.)
+ The Cornell Program Synthesizer
+ The University of Lowell L-attributed translator
+ Aparse from the U. of Wisconsin
A public domain attribute pre-processor called PREP which acts as a front
end to YACC was also mentioned.
Georgia Insitute of Technology, Atlanta Georgia, 30332
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