[antlr-interest] suggested ANTLR projects?

Matthew Ford Matthew.Ford at forward.com.au
Tue Aug 5 13:18:43 PDT 2003

NetBeans already supports using ANTLR for grammar highlighting so I would
suggest starting there for IDE's (ie. use ANTLR to parse ANTLR).
However, having looked at it myself you may need half your time just sorting
out how the current implementation works.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Terence Parr" <parrt at cs.usfca.edu>
To: <antlr-interest at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2003 5:56 AM
Subject: [antlr-interest] suggested ANTLR projects?

> Howdy.  I am teaching a master's project class at USF this semester and
> am going to offer to direct a project involving ANTLR.  Can people
> suggest a bite-size semester-long project that a group of students
> could do?  I'm thinking that Loring Craymer will suggest a start on the
> ANTLR IDE "workbench" that would display syntax diagrams from grammars
> and perhaps highlight grammar ambiguities.
> Beyond making a few project suggestions, does anybody out there want to
> help direct one of the projects?  It would be a loose confederation
> where you could be as involved as you want.  Anything from some initial
> phone conference calls (or showing up if you are around san francisco)
> to actually taking an active role in guiding a project.
> Thanks,
> Terence
> --
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