[antlr-interest] project kick-off..

Rob Hill rob.hill at blueyonder.co.uk
Mon Mar 12 14:26:45 PDT 2007

Thanks Hartmut.

                I’m already a heavy user of 3.0b5 (and long time abuser
since PCCTS! J ), only I had the switch to the java version because when my
last project started, the C# codegen was lagging too far behind. So,
basically,  I was wondering if anyone had pushed a ‘real’ sizeable project
through the C# codegen yet.

Cool, well if it seems pretty stable, I’ll jump ship back to .NET (and not
before time...that Java m’larky was starting to warp my brain. J )






From: Dr. Hartmut Kocher [mailto:hwk.cortex-brainware at t-online.de] 
Sent: 12 March 2007 15:02
To: 'Rob Hill'
Cc: antlr-interest at antlr.org
Subject: AW: [antlr-interest] project kick-off..


I am using V3 with C# code generation. I ran into a couple of bugs. I posted
fixes for them on this list. So you might search the archive. You have to
rebuild ANTLR from the sources but then it works for me.


It’s a lot faster than ANTLR2. If it is a long term project I would use V3,
for a fast hack I’d stick to ANTLR2 for now.


Kind regards


Dr. Hartmut Kocher

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Von: antlr-interest-bounces at antlr.org
[mailto:antlr-interest-bounces at antlr.org] Im Auftrag von Rob Hill
Gesendet: Montag, 12. März 2007 00:22
An: 'ANTLR Interest'
Betreff: [antlr-interest] project kick-off..


And i’m wondering what state the C# codegen is like for V3. I see the web
page states that it’s currently playing catchup to v3.0b3. So before I
embark on another monumental parsing task, i’d kind of like to know if the
C# output is upto scratch.

Has anyone used the C# output in anger? If not anger, mild annoyance would
be adequate ;)




Ps.. Ter, was it intentional that PyST sounds like ‘pissed’ or is it meant
to sound like ‘pie-st’? ;)  i think the first one has a much better ring.


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