[antlr-interest] Petition to Terence Parr! WAS: Re: antlr 3 - make parser event driven ?

lgcraymer lgc at mail1.jpl.nasa.gov
Fri Aug 29 11:22:09 PDT 2003

Along the same lines, does anyone out there have any experience with 
Subversion (http://subversion.tigris.org)?  I've not used it, but it 
looks like a step up over CVS even in its current pre-1.0 form.


--- In antlr-interest at yahoogroups.com, "Oliver Zeigermann" 
<oliver at z...> wrote:
> --- In antlr-interest at yahoogroups.com, Terence Parr <parrt at c...> 
> wrote:
> > I should make it world readable yes...i'll look into making the 
> > repository visible via a webserver or something.  It uses perforce 
> and 
> > I give rw access to people that want to help develop :)
> > 
> > Ter
> This would be a very good thing. I participate in a project at 
> jakarta.apache.org and they have got read access for CVS for 
> everyone. When you get read/write access you need SSH tools 
> communicating with a SSH daemon on their side. Another example is 
> sourceforge. Similar thing for read/write.
> But this is *CVS*. Do not know how to do it with perforce. Is it 
> accessible over the net in the first place? What about client 
> licenses? Thought I heard it is free for open source development? 
> Are there plugins available for the prominent IDEs?
> Although I know the advantages of perforce over CVS and you would 
> not want to switch back to CVS when you have seen perforce, would 
> you consider making ANTLR visible to the outside with CVS? The 
> drawback would be you would have to merge your changes in perforce 
> with CVS and vice-versa. The advantage is everybody knows CVS and 
> has the tools for it.
> Not a perfect solution, but maybe worth thinking about it ;)
> Oliver


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