|COCO/R Pat.Terry@p101.f4.n7104.z5.fidonet.org (1992-02-25)|
|From:||Pat.Terry@p101.f4.n7104.z5.fidonet.org (Pat Terry)|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Feb 92 14:43:12 PST|
Some time ago I think I posted a note about COCO/R, the recursive descent
compiler generator written in Modula-2 to produce Modula-2 scanners and
parsers from an LL(1) attribute grammar of a particularly simple form.
COCO/R was first developed in Oberon by Hanspeter Moessenboeck, and ported
via MacMeth Modula-2 to JPI Modula-2.
I have just completed a revised port (with some errors corrected and
portability improved) to run under JPI, FST Logitech or Stony Brook
Modula-2 under MS-DOS, and mailed a distribution kit back to Professor
The kit includes executables, examples and documentation.
I do not have distribution rights, but as I understand it, the system is
free to academics, and available at a nominal charge to others.
Interested persons should contact Moessenboeck directly; his address is
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