[antlr-interest] we need a name for a new rewriting tool
gudnabrsam at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 6 11:30:37 PDT 2008
Sorry for having been off-list for some time, but may
I strongly anti-suggest the unadorned word Morph?
Disregarding the "ANTLR" namespace, this is a direct
clash with http://morph.sourceforge.net, a great Java
project with which I am pleased to be associated.
Morph is fairly low-profile at present, but there have
been rumblings about its being brought to the Apache
Commons, which would significantly raise said profile.
Such a naming conflict might harm both projects IMO.
--- Terence Parr <parrt at cs.usfca.edu> wrote:
> Yep, I'm thinking ANTLR Morph, or morph for short in
> we know what
> we're talking about otherwise fully ANTLR Morph :)
> Gotta use the
> brand awareness. Leon like Morph also.
> On Jul 23, 2008, at 3:06 PM, Gavin Lambert wrote:
> > At 09:25 24/07/2008, Simos Xenitellis wrote:
> > >An option is "anamorph".
> > [...]
> > >anamorph: (v) 1. give a new, enhanced form. For
> example, when you
> > >make the educational system better. 2. when you
> make better the
> > >behaviour of someone, such as a young person.
> > "Antlrmorph" or even "Antlamorph" sounds good to
> > Or maybe, to get the "rewrite" term in there,
> something like
> > "ANTLRewrite" or "ANTLRwrite"?
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