|YACC documentation tool - where to find firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-04-19)|
|Re: YACC documentation tool - where to find email@example.com (1996-04-22)|
|Re: YACC documentation tool - where to find firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-04-29)|
|From:||email@example.com (Steve Masticola)|
|Date:||22 Apr 1996 22:19:41 -0400|
|Organization:||Siemens Corporate Research, Princeton (Plainsboro), NJ|
firstname.lastname@example.org (Gene Bruce) writes:
>I require a UNIX tool used to produce syntax documentation of a yacc
>source file so that users of a custom language would understand its
>syntax without having to create and maintain the docs by hand. I seem
>to remember seeing such a tool somewhere, but I don't recall where.
You may be thinking of yyref. It's a cross-referencer for Yacc
source. Look in:
The version I played with a couple of years ago had a couple of little
Interesting variant: An HTML- or Java-based cross-referencer for yacc
grammars (or programs in any other language). (It's possible, though
difficult, to do this in plain HTML, due to the fact that
cross-references are many-to-many relations. You'd wind up producing
one page for each referenced symbol, and O(n^2) links in the worst
case. Using CGI or Java to dynamically create the cross-reference
pages might be a better bet.)
- Steve (email@example.com).
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