C++ grammar, parsers, etc.

sharring@cs.tamu.edu (Steven L Harrington)
Thu, 27 Apr 1995 14:34:51 GMT

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From: sharring@cs.tamu.edu (Steven L Harrington)
Keywords: C++, tools, question
Organization: Texas A&M Computer Science Department, College Station, TX
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 1995 14:34:51 GMT


I am interested in tools, either commercial or roll-my-own, which can
parse C++ code. I am trying to compile a list of available options
for such a task. To date, here is what I've found:

1) Roskind's C++ grammar (cumbersome and out of date)
2) PCCTS toolset with recently released C++ grammar
3) C++ Auditor by Declarative Systems, Inc.

That list seems *much* too small, so I am hoping for some pointers to
other options. Also, any opinions as to the merits (or lack thereof)
of any of the choices would be appreciated.

Please email me. I will post a summary of my findings at a later date,
if there is interest.

Thanks, Steve Harrington
Texas A&M University

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