|Name that PD parser generator corbett@ernie.Berkeley.EDU (1989-09-06)|
|Re: Name that PD parser generator email@example.com (1989-09-08)|
|Re: Name that PD parser generator firstname.lastname@example.org (1989-09-11)|
|Re: Name that PD parser generator keithh@atreus,uucp (1989-09-12)|
|From:||email@example.com (Dave Jones)|
|Date:||8 Sep 89 01:45:39 GMT|
|Organization:||Megatest Corporation, San Jose, Ca|
>From article <1989Sep6.firstname.lastname@example.org>, by corbett@ernie.Berkeley.EDU (Robert Corbett):
> I have been asked to come up with another name for Zoo, since there is
> apparently an archiver named Zoo.
I've just finished a yacc-lookalike. I might have been able to use
Zoo, but when I started this one Sunday, I hadn't read about Zoo
yet. Well, there were some other reasons I wanted to do one from scratch,
besides the copyrights on other ones. For one thing, I wanted LR(1), not
Anyhow, I too am puzzling over a name.
I used "Molly McYacc" as a working title. But I think I'm going to
go with "jaccl", sort of following through on the wild mammal motif.
It stands for "just another compiler-compiler lookalike".
Either that, or perhaps Mr. Corrbet will allow me to use the second best
name he receives. How about it, Robert? May I see the name list, after
you've picked over it?
[From email@example.com (Dave Jones)]
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