|Parser Generator Recommendation firstname.lastname@example.org (Alon Flaisher) (2000-04-01)|
|Re: Parser Generator Recommendation email@example.com (2000-04-03)|
|Re: Parser Generator Recommendation firstname.lastname@example.org (2000-04-03)|
|Re: Parser Generator Recommendation email@example.com (Joachim Durchholz) (2000-04-14)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Reid)|
|Date:||3 Apr 2000 11:21:20 -0400|
|Organization:||Model Railroaders Unamimous|
email@example.com (Alon Flaisher) wrote
>I'm developing a new parser and am looking for the right
>parser-generator. The parser-generator's output should be in C++. I
>have no experience with parser-generators.
>Which parser-generator is recommended? Why?
>(ANTLR 2.7.0, PCCTS 1.3.3, btyacc, Visual Parse++, ...)
I suggest you try COCO/R. See Pat Terry's web site for details:
http://cs.ru.ac.za/homes/cspt/cocor.htm . I have used it several
times and it is a real comfortable, straight-foreward EBNF recursive
descent attributed grammar system originally coming from Niklaus
Wirth's shop. COCO/R comes with complete source and is implemented
and produces a number of languages including C++.
While you are there, Pat has his complete compiler book ready to
download on his site. It is excellent.
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