godoy at ieee.org
Thu Sep 29 23:12:37 CEST 2005
"Michael J. Fromberger" <Michael.J.Fromberger at Clothing.Dartmouth.EDU> writes:
> There seems to be a great diversity of parsing tools available for
> Python programmers. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
>From Google I found almost all of those. But do you have any suggestion on
which one would be better to parse Fortran code? Or more productive to use
for this task?
> PLY (Python Lex/Yacc)
This is new to me :-)
>From what I was seeing, this seems to be a good one to try...
> SPARK (Scanning Parsing And Rewriting Kit)
It looks like it stopped being developed circa 2002... From 2002 to now
Python had a lot of improvements and I'd rather use a maintained tool for this
project. At least one that keeps up with Python's development...
> You might also find the following an interesting read, if this sort of
> thing interests you:
I will. But this is basically for "one project only". Other structures are
usually simpler than a programming language and can be retrieved with
Thank you very much for your suggestions.
Be seeing you,
Jorge Godoy <godoy at ieee.org>
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