|C++ and parser generators email@example.com (Jan Peter de Ruiter) (1994-02-04)|
|Re: C++ parser generators, PCCTS firstname.lastname@example.org (Terence Parr) (1994-02-05)|
|From:||"Terence Parr" <email@example.com>|
|Keywords:||PCCTS, tools, FTP|
|Date:||Sat, 5 Feb 1994 19:49:23 GMT|
Jan Peter de Ruiter writes:
> Now I have an advice and a question. The advice (for people wanting to
> build compilers in C++) is to have a look at the PCCTS system. [...]
> If you're interested, get the
> archive by ftp from en.ecn.purdue.edu.
If I may, I'd like to give a more current (main) ftp site:
marvin.ecn.purdue.edu in pub/pccts. Latest version is 1.10, which
generates parsers that compile under C++ with (optionally) class
attributes. However, the next version (1.20) will actively support
C++; i.e., parsers are a subclass of class ANTLRParser etc... ANTLR,
the parser generator of PCCTS, is generating pretty decent, flexible
C++ output now, but has to be tested more and I have to write the
release notes. "Coming soon to a theatre near you!"
"The ANTLR guy"
U of MN
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