|Bison Manual and G++ available from FSF email@example.com (1989-02-17)|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Feb 89 21:27:53 EST|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Leonard H. Tower Jr.)|
The Free Software Foundation has added G++, the GNU C++ Compiler to
it's compiler/beta tape along with lib-g++ and oops. All this
software is in beta test. FSF has also published the Users Manual for
bison, its yacc compatible parser generator:
g++, libg++, and oops
G++ is a front-end for GCC, that compiles C++, an object-oriented
language that is upward compatible with C. Since G++ depends on GCC,
it can only be used with the corresponding version of GCC.
libg++ (the GNU C++ library) is a collection of C++ classes and
support tools for use with G++.
OOPS (Object-Oriented Program Support) class library is a portable
collection of classes similar to those in Smalltalk-80 that has been
developed by Keith Gorlen of NIH, using the C++ programming.
The Bison Manual describes how to write a grammar description that
Bison can convert into a C program that can parse that grammar. It
describes the concepts and then provides a series of increasingly
complex examples before describing what goes on in considerable
Information on how to order the above is obtainable from:
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