|Reusing GCJ compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Vincent Richard) (2003-02-21)|
|Re: Reusing GCJ compiler email@example.com (Scott Finnie) (2003-03-09)|
|Re: Reusing GCJ compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (2003-03-24)|
|From:||email@example.com (James Power)|
|Date:||24 Mar 2003 21:49:27 -0500|
|Keywords:||yacc, tools, available, XML|
|Posted-Date:||24 Mar 2003 21:49:27 EST|
I've made a fairly simple change to GNU bison that causes it to
output its parse tree in XML format (rather than the usual list of
grammar rules). If gcc is then rebuilt using the new bison you get a
program that will annotate C, C++ and Java programs with XML tags
describing the syntactic categories of the code. There's still a
little hacking with gcc required, but most of the ugliness is
Details are at:
Vincent Richard wrote:
> I am searching for some documentation about reusing GCJ (GNU Java
> compiler) parsing code into my own program. In fact, I want GCJ to
> parse a ".java" file and return all the information useful to
> understand the structure of a Java program (the parsing tree) :
> classes, methods, attributes names/types, etc...
> I have started by checking C source files, but nothing is really clear about
> how to interface with the parser.
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