|Parsing C++ headers? 104316.1514@CompuServe.COM (John Mitchell) (1996-04-06)|
|Re: Parsing C++ headers? firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-04-08)|
|Re: Parsing C++ headers? cag@Cs.Nott.AC.UK (Cleveland A Gibbon) (1996-04-11)|
|Re: Parsing C++ headers? email@example.com (1996-04-14)|
|Re: Parsing C++ headers? firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-04-16)|
|Re: Parsing C++ headers? Graham.Parrington@ncl.ac.uk (Graham D Parrington) (1996-04-18)|
|Re: Parsing C++ headers? email@example.com (1996-04-18)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank Barrus)|
|Date:||18 Apr 1996 00:35:27 -0400|
|Organization:||Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY|
John Mitchell <104316.1514@CompuServe.COM> writes:
>I want to parse C++ header files, and extract information about the
>contained classes and their interface. ...
Cleveland A Gibbon <cag@Cs.Nott.AC.UK> wrote:
>Welcome to your worst nightmare! I have not been able to track down a
>yacc-able grammar for 2 years. The one you mentioned about is very old
>and would need a substantial amount of work to include templates.
>There is a neat C++ grammar that is written in C/C++, hence portable
>to any platform with a C/C++ compiler.
I've been working on exactly this sort of thing, and although the yacc
grammer by itself relies on a few tricks, it provides an interface
class (CParse) that should provide all the info you need to pull out
class info or to even make a C++ Interpreter or compiler.
Check out my homepage (http://www.csh.rit.edu/~shaggy) in the coming
months. There's some basic info on it up there right now, but it will
be about a month before I get the first release available. I'm using
it as the core for all kinds of things, including dynamic extensions
to C++ as well as a C++ interpretive command shell.
Frank "Shaggy" Barrus: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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