|c++ class generator from BNF email@example.com (Irina Tchepkasova) (1999-07-19)|
|Re: c++ class generator from BNF firstname.lastname@example.org (Quinn Tyler Jackson) (1999-07-20)|
|From:||"Quinn Tyler Jackson" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||20 Jul 1999 01:09:03 -0400|
Irina Tchepkasova <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> So in other word a program must be written (with C++ object oriented)
> that has as argument input file with a specification in BNF Form. This
> program must generate a couple of files (*.cpp and *.h) which will
> describe classes.
I have a compiler-compiler that is written entirely in C++ (command line) that
will take a grammar specification file (in a somewhat EBNF format, but not
quite) and turn it into a C++ class that will parse files that meet that
specification. Essentially, it is a command line version of PAISLEI, which is
I would be willing to send the source code to the command line compiler
version of the grammar class generator to anyone wishing to examine it in a
verifiably non-profit context, such as academic research.
Quinn Tyler Jackson
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