|looking for a c++ -> c++ parser email@example.com (1998-11-15)|
|Re: looking for a c++ -> c++ parser firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-11-19)|
|Re: looking for a c++ -> c++ parser email@example.com (Eric Marsden) (1998-11-19)|
|Re: looking for a c++ -> c++ parser firstname.lastname@example.org (David Chase) (1998-11-24)|
|Date:||15 Nov 1998 13:37:18 -0500|
|Organization:||Deja News - The Leader in Internet Discussion|
|Keywords:||C++, question, comment|
I am looking for a parser written in c/c++ that processes C++ code, generates
a semantic parse tree, and outputs the same code. I would then try to modify
the parser to add some member functions and data members to the classes that
This is needed for a Distributed Shared Memory system project, Khazana, that
we are trying to build persistent object support on top of.
Appreciate your help.
[Parsing C++ is so painful, particularly in programs that use #define, that
I expect that ad-hoc partial parsing would work better than full parsing.
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