|bison for Oberon ? email@example.com (1994-02-09)|
|Re: bison for Oberon ? firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-02-10)|
|Re: bison for Oberon ? email@example.com (1994-02-10)|
|Organization:||University of Zurich, Switzerland|
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|Date:||Thu, 10 Feb 1994 07:48:51 GMT|
: Is there somebody who knows if a compiler compiler for oberon exists
: like the bison for c.
Coco/r written by H.MOessenboeck. One paragraph from the paper: "Coco/R is
a program that takes an augmented EBNF grammar of a language and generates
a recursive descent parser and a scanner for this language. The programmer
has to supply a main module that calls the parser, as well as semantic
modules that a called from within the grammar (e.g., a symbol table
handler and a code generator."
Coco is available via anonymous ftp from neptune.inf.ethz.ch.
There is also a Modula-2 version of Coco, supported , as I think, by Pat
If it may be interesting, I compiled with minor changes (not affecting
Cocol/R - the language) Coco/R with my Oberon to C translator and it works
for me well enough even where I cannot use the Oberon System.
David Tolpin, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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