SPARK v.s. PLY

Jean Brouwers mrjean1ATcomcastDOTnet at no.spam.net
Sat Nov 20 19:00:05 CET 2004


Not ANTLR, but we do use SimpleParse/mxTextTools.  For an example, see

<http://www.vrplumber.com/programming/simpleparse/simpleparse.html>

and

<http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-simple.html>


Also, check other web pages by David Mertz on "Text Processing in
Python"

<http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/views/linux/articles.jsp?sort_ord
er=desc&expand=&sort_by=Date&show_abstract=true&view_by=Search&search_by
=charming+python%3A>

His book with that same title is highly recommended reading

<http://gnosis.cx/TPiP/>

/Jean Brouwers
 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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