|EDIF2 Lex/YACC parser needed firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-08-03)|
|Re: EDIF2 Lex/YACC parser needed email@example.com (1994-08-03)|
|Re: EDIF2 Lex/YACC parser needed firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-08-04)|
|Re: EDIF2 Lex/YACC parser needed email@example.com (1994-08-04)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Willem Jan Withagen)|
|Organization:||Stichting Internet Access Eindhoven|
|Date:||Wed, 3 Aug 1994 22:48:30 GMT|
Derek Pappas <email@example.com> wrote:
>I need an EDIF2 Lex/YACC parser. Please send me a pointer to an ftp
>site and the ip address if you know it.
>[This question has come up occasionally since 1987 without anyone ever
>offering one. Perhaps the EDIF users can get together and whip one up.
This seems a little bizarre to me. I came across my first EDIF grammar
somewhere around 1987. (And that one could only be parsed by bison)
Almost needless to say that I've since lost track of these source and their
origin, or I would have posted to pointers. :-(
But again, they should be out there.
[Oh, right. A few minutes of poking around with archie revealed that there
is a yacc EDIF parser in volume 1 of the comp.sources archives. It's too
big for the standard AT&T yacc, but Berkeley yacc or bison shouldn't have
any trouble. Your moderator would appreciate it if readers would check
the obvious places before posting questions like this. -John]
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