|Generic AST in XML for any language email@example.com (Kalahan) (2010-03-11)|
|Re: Generic AST in XML for any language firstname.lastname@example.org (Ira Baxter) (2010-03-13)|
|Re: Generic AST in XML for any language email@example.com (BGB / cr88192) (2010-03-13)|
|Re: Generic AST in XML for any language firstname.lastname@example.org (2010-03-14)|
|Re: Generic AST in XML for any language email@example.com (Manuel Collado) (2010-03-14)|
|Re: Generic AST in XML for any language firstname.lastname@example.org (Olaf Krzikalla) (2010-03-15)|
|Re: Generic AST in XML for any language email@example.com (Nikolaos Kavvadias) (2010-03-18)|
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|Date:||Thu, 11 Mar 2010 04:32:29 -0800 (PST)|
|Keywords:||analysis, question, XML|
|Posted-Date:||12 Mar 2010 11:27:24 EST|
Does anyone knows if there is such thing as an standard to represent
the basic elements of a language (functions, variables, classes)? And
generated in XML?
I know that the title might be misleading about the meaning of an AST
but I have a project in mind and I don't want to replycate work. Also
that might be aiming too high if we start adding functional languages,
aspect oriented programming, etc
Also I would appreciate if you could point me to projects where I can
get a good XML representation of a source file.
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