|framework for building parsers and lexers? email@example.com (KNAPEN, GREGORY) (1998-06-18)|
|Re: framework for building parsers and lexers? firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris F Clark) (1998-06-19)|
|Re: framework for building parsers and lexers? email@example.com (Frank Derichsweiler) (1998-06-19)|
|Re: framework for building parsers and lexers? firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter Tin Yam Ho) (1998-06-24)|
|From:||"KNAPEN, GREGORY" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||18 Jun 1998 11:17:30 -0400|
|Organization:||Bell Canada / Bell Sygma|
|Keywords:||parse, lex, question|
I was wondering if there are libraries or frameworks that allowed to
build parsers and lexers.
This would be an alternative to using tools such as LEX/YACC or ANTLR.
These frameworks would have to provide more flexibility and control than
parser generators. Yet they would make the job of building a parser
easier that doing it from scratch.
These librairies could provide classes to do token management, define
AST nodes, etc..
I know that the Eiffel language has such a library. Is there an
equivalent for C++.
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