SPARK v.s. PLY
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Sat Nov 20 19:00:05 CET 2004
Not ANTLR, but we do use SimpleParse/mxTextTools. For an example, see
Also, check other web pages by David Mertz on "Text Processing in
His book with that same title is highly recommended reading
ProphICy Semiconductor, Inc.
In article <ed89f8f2.0411190651.672077d8 at posting.google.com>, Tran Tuan
Anh <anhtt at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Anyone has used ANTLR?
> Daniel Dittmar <daniel.dittmar at sap.corp> wrote in message
> news:<cninkf$qga$1 at news.sap-ag.de>...
> > Tran Tuan Anh wrote:
> > > I am searching for a suitable parsing tool to parse C++ for a research
> > > project.
> > > Actually I am parsing SystemC, it is a C++ lib with some macros, hence
> > > I need to modify the grammar a little bit to handle some new keywords.
> > OpenC++ (http://opencxx.sourceforge.net/) is not written in Python, but
> > it knows probably more about C++ than any simple parser generator.
> > Daniel
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