|Lexer & Compiler for ANSI SQL firstname.lastname@example.org (Dann Corbit) (1998-01-30)|
|Re: Lexer & Compiler for ANSI SQL email@example.com (Robert Trevellyan) (1998-02-01)|
|Re: Lexer & Compiler for ANSI SQL firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-02-01)|
|From:||"Dann Corbit" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||30 Jan 1998 00:28:06 -0500|
|Keywords:||SQL, parse, question|
I am investigating tools for parsing/compiling ANSI SQL. We already
have hand written code for both purposes, but I would like to see
something far more flexible and extensible. I am also interested in
grammars that are validated to conform to ANSI/ISO standards.
I would like the code generated to be in either C++ or C. I would
like the parsers to be fully reentrant [hence, I can't just get some
hoary copy of flex/yacc]. What products are recommended? Free,
commercial, whatever. It does not matter. I am leery of copyleft, as
I do not want to expose our code base to the world.
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[Maybe you could get nice new copies of freeware flex and yacc and
twiddle them to make them reentrant. Shouldn't be all that
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