|obtaining the TAG compiler-compiler email@example.com (1997-05-16)|
|Re: obtaining the TAG compiler-compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Dwight VandenBerghe) (1997-05-19)|
|From:||"Dwight VandenBerghe" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||19 May 1997 23:23:52 -0400|
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in article 97-05-199...
> Does Any One Know Where To Obtain The TAG Compiler-Compiler
> ((Transformational Attribute Grammar) ? The Address In The
> Archives Is Out Of Date And I Got No Response From Mailing
> To The Authors Of The Art of Compiler Design.
When I talked to James Peters about TAG he was at
email@example.com and he said that Tom Pittman was at someplace
like firstname.lastname@example.org. Somebody put TAG up at
ftp://itssrvl.ucsf.edu/pub/lang/TAG/TAG, but that server doesn't exist
any more, as far as I can tell. As a last resort you might try
contacting U Manitoba EE/CS department and asking for James Peters.
TAG wasn't in very good shape when I saw it: there were lots of bugs
in the book version, and the distributed version that I got ahold of
at one point was impenetrable.
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