|Fortran to Java translator firstname.lastname@example.org (David Wong) (1998-12-19)|
|Re: Fortran to Java translator email@example.com (1998-12-21)|
|Re: Fortran to Java translator firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-12-21)|
|Re: Fortran to Java translator email@example.com (1999-01-03)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason Abate)|
|Date:||21 Dec 1998 11:49:56 -0500|
On 19 Dec 1998 13:46:06 -0500, David Wong <email@example.com> wrote:
>I am going to write a Fortran 90 to Java translator and I would like
>to use JavaCC to generate the parser.
>Are there any existing Fortran 90 frontends available so that I can
>reuse the effort? If not, I would like to know whether JavaCC can
>handle Fortran grammar.
There aren't any F90 frontends using JavaCC available, that I know of.
Currently, I'm developing a F90 parser/IR/unparser using ANTLR
(www.antlr.org) for use in a source-transformation automatic
differentiation tool. The code is by no means polished (or completely
working, for that matter), but it is getting there.
In researching what systems are available before I started my
work, there are a couple of F90 frontends available, including:
Also, several of the Fortran compiler vendors make their front/back
ends available (for a fee of course). I believe NAG and Lahey,
and probably others, do this.
Jason Abate firstname.lastname@example.org www.ticam.utexas.edu/~abate
Texas Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics
University of Texas at Austin, 2.400 Taylor Hall, Austin, TX 78712
Work: 512-471-6947 or 232-2705 Home: 512-912-1012 Fax: 512-471-8694
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