[antlr-interest] Range generation in C++ mode

Ric Klaren klaren at cs.utwente.nl
Tue Sep 7 06:55:46 PDT 2004

On Tue, Sep 07, 2004 at 02:56:53PM +0200, Martin Probst wrote:
> That's correct, it's not anded with 0xFF:
> > if( isprint( ch ) )
> Since when should the change be in the files? I've got String.cpp from the
> antlr-2.7.4 distribution (no doubt there, the version number is within the
> CVS $Id$ tag).

Ack. It's a fix from after 2.7.4 release then. Look for the new snapshot

> Well, at the moment it works for me (tm). And in general it should even be
> a tiny bit faster if I'm not mistaken... Is that 'hack' publicly available
> somewhere? I would like to test it out ... the XQuery/XML specs use UCS-2
> so it would be quite handy to have an UCS-2 aware parser generator that is
> transparent to later UTF-8 string handling.

Also look for the snapshot announcement it's the unicode example you should
be looking at (it's pretty rough more proof of concept)


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