|structure editors firstname.lastname@example.org (1989-07-04)|
|Re: structure editors email@example.com (1989-07-15)|
|structure editors firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-11-12)|
|Re: structure editors G.Moretti@massey.ac.nz (1990-11-13)|
|From:||G.Moretti@massey.ac.nz (Giovanni Moretti)|
|Summary:||A Programmable Structure Editor|
|Organization:||Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand|
|Date:||Tue, 13 Nov 90 20:55:12 GMT|
My masters thesis was on the implementation of a syntax directed
editor that would parse an Extended BNF definition of a language and
thereafter act as a template-oriented structure editor for the
language. It worked quite well with syntaxes for Pascal, LISP,
SNOBOL and a hardware description language being used as examples.
The thesis was entitled:
"GED - A Generalised Syntax Editor" by G.S.Moretti,
New Zealand, 1984.
The syntax was extended to allow the embedding of prettyprinting
I'm unfamiliar with the procedure for getting hold of a copy of the thesis.
As far as I know, its the sort of thing that libraries have special
arrangements for :-).
Giovanni Moretti, Consultant | G.Moretti@massey.ac.nz, Pkt-ZL2BOI@ZL2BFJ
Computer Centre, Massey University| Ph 64 63 69099 x8398, FAX 64 63 505607
Palmerston North, New Zealand |
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