|Compilers course/Mss. for review firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-09-18)|
|Re: Compilers course/Mss. for review email@example.com (M. Manoj Kumar) (1994-09-19)|
|Re: Compilers course/Mss. for review firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-09-22)|
|From:||email@example.com (Joachim Schrod)|
|Organization:||TH Darmstadt, FG Systemprogrammierung|
|Date:||Thu, 22 Sep 1994 19:05:14 GMT|
firstname.lastname@example.org (nathan wilbur) writes:
> Although he'd like to be able to
> use C++ as the implementation language, he says doesn't have a
> lexical/parser tool geared to C++ available to him, and he suspects that
> there really isn't one readily available. If such a tool is available, it
> should preferably be: Cheap (almost public domain), widely available, and
> resident on both PCs and Macs.
Hmm, up to now nobody hinted to some tools that are available and
bison++ & flex++
Adaptions of bison and flex to output C++ scanner/lexer classes.
The current version output C++ lexer clases.
AUIS-bison & gentlex
The same as with bison++ & flex++.
From the Andrew folks.
LL(k) parser generator that has a very nice integration of
C++. (Please note that I mentioned the other parser
generators first since you wrote the author did use yacc/lex
Instead of giving several ftp sites, let me note on site where you get
(almost [*]) all of them:
Some of these tools are not directly in this tree, but you'll get the
information where they are on this ftp site.
[*] gentlex is said to `be part of AUIS'. I was not able to locate it
in any AUIS distribution directory.
Joachim Schrod Email: email@example.com
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