|PL/I parser firstname.lastname@example.org (shawn k whitlow) (1998-07-01)|
|Re: PL/I parser email@example.com (1998-07-03)|
|Re: PL/I parser firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-07-03)|
|From:||email@example.com (Richard Weaver)|
|Date:||3 Jul 1998 00:41:55 -0400|
shawn k whitlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>Does anyone out there know of any parsers for PL/I? I am in need of
>I am aware of Leverage Technologies, but are there any public domain,
>e.g., free ones?
First, ask Paul Abrahams.
And John X... (name begins with an X, do a search for authors of PL/I
books to find full name).
There is an IBM Technical Report, TR 25.086, 1968, "Translation of PL/I
into Abstract Syntax". I do not know what it contains.
Ask John Klensin. Possibly he can suggest X3J1 participants (some
years ago) that might know of PL/1 products that are no longer marketed
-- and that are, or that might be made, public. If John cannot be
located, get a copy of the last PL/I standard, find the list of X3J1
members, delete those from large corporations and government labs, then
ask the few remaining.
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