|Looking for C declaration parser firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-02-06)|
|Re: Looking for C declaration parser agesen@Xenon.Stanford.EDU (1995-02-06)|
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|Re: Looking for C declaration parser vinall@VNET.IBM.COM (1995-02-07)|
|Re: Looking for C declaration parser firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-02-07)|
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|Re: Looking for C declaration parser firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-02-11)|
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|From:||email@example.com (Alan Lehotsky)|
|Keywords:||C, tools, question|
|Organization:||Quality Software Management|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Feb 1995 00:09:40 GMT|
I'm looking for a tool that parses C declarations and constructs a
simple symbol table. I want to use this to parse simple .h files and
generate equivalent data structures in other languages, such as PL/I.
There used to be a program called 'explain' that read C declarations
and "explained them". I went looking in the uunet archives and
couldn't find anything appropriate. Anybody else got ideas?
I suppose I could start with a complete C front-end, but that would be
a lot of work to reduce to just a declaration parser.
Please email or followup to comp.compilers (I don't read comp.lang.c
-- Alan Lehotsky
Quality Software Management
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Lexington, MA 02173
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