[antlr-interest] Re: Java runtime
lgc at mail1.jpl.nasa.gov
Fri Mar 12 13:59:49 PST 2004
You're right, I misremembered. It would be somewhat of a challenge to implement mixed Java/anything runtimes that were even
--- In antlr-interest at yahoogroups.com, "Tiller, Michael (M.M.)" <mtiller at f...> wrote:
> > From: lgcraymer [mailto:lgc at m...]
> > Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 2:46 PM
> > To: antlr-interest at yahoogroups.com
> > Subject: [antlr-interest] Re: Java runtime
> > Actually, I read the original post as "I don't want to have
> > to install java just to be able to run ANTLR". I think that
> > that was addressed
> > by bringing ANTLR up under GCJ and Ric's makefile.
> Huh? Are you sure you are not mixing threads? The original poster (Anthony
> Youngman) made it very clear he had no problem with installing Java to run
> ANTLR. Note the first sentence of his message (quoted in its entirety):
> AY: I know this has been addressed ...
> AY: It's all right to require the developer to install Java. Much as I may
> AY: or may not like it, if I'm clever enough to understand ANTLR, then I'm
> AY: clever enough to understand Java.
> AY: But (and this is addressed by the current C++ output and the planned
> AY: "emit any compatible language" module) it is NOT reasonable to force us
> AY: to require that our users have Java installed. Once we've generated our
> AY: lexer/parser/compiler, we need to be able to distribute that as a
> AY: stand-alone that doesn't have problematic dependencies ...
> AY: Cheers,
> AY: Wol
> Just to be clear, when you say "run ANTLR" I'm assuming you don't mean "use
> ANTLR" or "run an ANTLR generated parser".
> > --Loring
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