|Looking for Modula2-to-C translator firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-10-14)|
|Re: Looking for Modula2-to-C translator email@example.com (1991-10-15)|
|Re: Looking for Modula2-to-C translator firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-10-17)|
|Re: Looking for Modula2-to-C translator email@example.com (1991-10-21)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (George Wells)|
|Keywords:||modula, pascal, C|
|Organization:||Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa|
|Date:||21 Oct 91 08:01:17 GMT|
In 91-10-069 email@example.com (Stephen Adams) writes:
>In article 91-10-044 firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> We are in need of a free Modula2-to-C translator. Anything that runs under
>> SunOS, Mt. Xinu, or HPUX is fine. Since the rest of the specs are fuzzy at
>> the moment, everything and anything is acceptable, and pointers to where I
>> might find such a beast would be most welcome.
>p2c, the pascal-to-C translator, can handle Modula2 syntax. I can't vouch
>for how good it is because I have only used it for simple Pascal programs.
I tried p2c for a Modula-2 to C conversion and din't have too much success
(the M-2 I was working with had some rather peculiar features which didn't
help). There is another package called mtc which I found to be better for
my purposes, as it is a pure M-2 to C converter rather than an extension of
a Pascal to C translator.
Mtc is available (I think) by ftp from rusmv1.rus.uni-stuttgart.de as the
Dept of Computer Science, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 6140, South Africa
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