[antlr-interest] translations wanted?

Shishir Ramam sramam at yahoo.com
Sun Sep 7 10:38:14 PDT 2003


C++!! I know one exists, and I am attempting to work 
my way through problems with it. But an alternative 
or even making the existing one work completely out 
of the box would be great.

Btw, from what I have seen of antlr, looks like a 
great tool. Just need to climb this learning curve! 


--- Terence Parr <parrt at cs.usfca.edu> wrote:
> Howdy folks...looks like I have at least one student
> interested in 
> building a grammar and/or translator for their
> masters project class 
> (one semester, 4 credits).  So the question is, what
> grammars do we 
> really need right now?  Is there a translator we
> need?  Perhaps a 
> JavaCC->ANTLR translator <snicker>
> Please suggest your favorite needed grammar /
> translator between now 
> and 1:15 California time tomorrow, which is class
> time. ;)
> Thanks,
> Ter
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