[IronPython] DLR group?
sanxiyn at gmail.com
Sun Mar 16 02:31:33 CET 2008
2008/3/15, IMFD <imissfloppydisks at gmail.com>:
> Thanks Nick and Bill. I have been looking into the CLR internals for
> a while now. I will take a look at the documentation links as well.
> I assume that any of the classic compiler texts (Aho, Appel) would be
> sufficient for taking apart the ToyScript language? Or does the DLR
> have a framework for interpreting built in? I know the VS SDK has
> tools like MPLEX and the DSL tools for languages. Does the DLR have
> something similar or is it worth a homegrown implementation?
Classic compiler texts should be sufficient. DLR does not dictate you
to use any specific parsing technology. IronPython uses homegrown
lexer and parser, for example.
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