[antlr-interest] Stripping actions and tree commands out of a grammar
kferrio at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 09:09:28 PDT 2012
I know you're asking about antlr3, and I see some answers. This is just an
FYI: You're going to love ANTLR 4.
The new antlr empowers you to keep separate grammar from actions (and
indeed keep separate grammar from target language). Grammar reuse and
retargeting are integral to v4. It's really beautiful. Ter has posted
some examples and early access jars so that we can follow along at home.
(Check out Ter's blog/wiki at antlr.org.)
On Mar 30, 2012 3:37 AM, "Nikolay Ognyanov" <
nikolay.ognyanov at travelstoremaker.com> wrote:
> Can somebody please advise whether there is a way/tool to automatically
> strip out of an ANTLR grammar all actions and tree comands? A pure
> grammar with these parts stripped is useful for documentation and
> presentation purposes. It is my feeling too that it would be useful to
> have a clear view of the uncluttered grammar during the process of
> development of a new language.
> Thank you
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