|Looking for Java parser email@example.com (Ulrich Hobelmann) (2006-01-26)|
|Re: Looking for Java parser Satyam@satyam.com.ar (Satyam) (2006-01-28)|
|Looking for Java parser firstname.lastname@example.org (=?ISO-8859-2?Q?Suly=E1n_Tibor?=) (2006-01-28)|
|Re: Looking for Java parser email@example.com (Ivan Boldyrev) (2006-01-28)|
|Re: Looking for Java parser firstname.lastname@example.org (Aaron Gray) (2006-01-28)|
|Re: Looking for Java parser email@example.com (Ulrich Hobelmann) (2006-01-30)|
|Re: Looking for Java parser firstname.lastname@example.org (Ranjit Mathew) (2006-01-31)|
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|From:||Ulrich Hobelmann <email@example.com>|
|Date:||26 Jan 2006 14:13:48 -0500|
|Keywords:||Java, parse, question|
I'm looking for a Java parser, written in Java. All google could find
me (except loads of parser *generators* for Java) was "jparse" which
Unfortunately Antlr won't build on my system, but throws loads of
errors, so I just filed a bug report.
Are there any reasonably mature Java parsers out there, preferably not
using Antlr? If there's a parser which isn't 100% production quality,
that's ok too. I did some work with yacc and ml-yacc in the past, so
I'm not overly afraid ;)
The problems of the real world are primarily those you are left with
when you refuse to apply their effective solutions.
Edsger W. Dijkstra
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