|Compiler Testing Tools firstname.lastname@example.org (Raja Krishnamoorthy) (1997-11-16)|
|Re: Compiler Testing Tools email@example.com (1997-11-18)|
|Re: Compiler Testing Tools firstname.lastname@example.org (Charlie Burns) (1997-11-20)|
|From:||"Raja Krishnamoorthy" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||16 Nov 1997 22:54:35 -0500|
|Organization:||Erol's Internet Services|
As part of my project my group has been involved in developing a
parser for a specific application. It describes a messaging system
using a formal grammar expressed using BNF (actually a variant of it).
Now that we have developed the product we would like to test it
With manual input, I am not certain how thorough a job we can do. Is
anyone in this newsgroup aware of any tools that will take a formal
grammar as input and generate test cases from that ?
Thanks for your help.
[There are some random test case generators described in old messages.
If you used a parser generator like yacc, the chances that the
language you're parsing is the one you want to parse are close to 100%. -John]
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