|Is there a tool for visualizing grammar specifications? email@example.com (1998-07-03)|
|Re: Is there a tool for visualizing grammar specifications? firstname.lastname@example.org (Eliot & Linda) (1998-07-20)|
|From:||Eliot & Linda <email@example.com>|
|Date:||20 Jul 1998 17:03:56 -0400|
Peter J. Farley III wrote:
> Pardon a very newbie question, but is there a public domain tool
> available (besides VCG) that can directly display the structure of a
> grammar from a yacc or ebnf description? The problem with VCG, as far
> as I can see so far, is that one has to write a grammar-to-graph
> translator before one could use it for this application.
> I'm particularly interested in such a tool for visually comparing
> different specifications of the same language, so a tool that
> permitted side-by-side or multiple-window comparisons of different
> grammars would be very helpful.
> Either Win95 or linux/X11 implementations would be the most useful to
> me, with a preference for Win95 at the moment.
> TIA for any help, info or ftp/url pointers you can provide.
Take a look at SIC, The Smalltalk-based Interactive Compiler-compiler:
by Dr. Lothar Schmitz of Munich University:
The new version:
runs above VisualWorks Non-Commercial
I should warn you I'm ruthlessly pushing VisualWorks Non-Commercial on
Eliot Miranda, ParcPlace division, ObjectShare
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