|Mork 0.1.0 available email@example.com (Michael Hartmeier) (1999-01-11)|
|From:||Michael Hartmeier <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||11 Jan 1999 14:40:50 -0500|
This announces the first public release of Mork.
The Mork project is aimed to provide a development kit
for stream processing. The final goal is to offer an
alternative to tools like JavaCC or Lex and Yacc.
Here are the main things about Mork:
Mork is implemented in an oo fashion.
A representation is a kind of abstract syntax tree with
several improvements: classes for nodes are user-defined,
arbitrary computations can be included and representations
are not restricted to trees.
bormur is a class library for stream processing. It
implements datatypes described in compiler text books,
e.g. context free grammars or finite automatons.
bc is a tool comparable to JavaCC. It instantiates bormur
classes that represent the user's specification file and
serializes the result to disk.
Licensed under the GPL.
Please visit the Mork homepage at
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