[antlr-interest] ANTLRWorks 2 (for ANTLR v4)
douglasgodfrey at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 02:14:13 PDT 2011
The Netbeans integration module that is available on the Netbeans Pluggin
has not been maintained and does not install on Netbeans 6.9 or later
On 9/9/11 2:57 PM, "Terence Parr" <parrt at cs.usfca.edu> wrote:
>On Sep 9, 2011, at 5:45 AM, Andreas Stefik wrote:
>>>> On the last point from another email, with porting to the NetBeans
>> platform, I can certainly understand your hesitation, considering
>> there are multiple IDE's out there (e.g., at least eclipse), where
>> things could be ported, and the learning curve on any of the platforms
>> can be pretty steep. As I'm sure you know, with something like
>> NetBeans, you would get 90% of the way there just by starting with:
>> http://kenai.com/projects/nbantlr, which I think is posted on your
>> site, but yaa, I definitely sympathize not wanting to spend time
>> learning complicated APIs.
>Yeah,It's a really tough decision because there are so many rich
>platforms! grrr... at the end of the day, making something simple allows
>other users to use the widgets without having to know a specific platform.
>> There might be some other options. I haven't looked into what
>> technique you use to draw the syntax diagrams, run the interpreter, or
>> whatever, but if those were made available as public
>> APIs/implementation in AW as jar files you could load up, others could
>> really easily integrate them into NetBeans, as you can just embed
>> swing components/hook into the debugger API, etc. That could,
>> potentially, give a boost to the kenai project.
>yep, we are hoping to make each of the components separately usable item.
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