An object oriented universal syntax check: what should I do? (Lin Li)
Wed, 1 Jun 1994 15:08:56 GMT

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From: (Lin Li)
Keywords: OOP, syntax, C++
Organization: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ)
References: 94-05-138
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 1994 15:08:56 GMT

Hello there

As the title says, I have built an object oriented universal syntax
checker. My company wants to put it into public domain. We hope there by
to generate some more interests so that the package can mature faster.

By object oriented I mean the syntax checker is a very C++ program. By
universal I mean the program eats a EBNF file first and then goes on
parsing a text file in that language. There is even a document for it...
The name of the thing is ETO. It is small, the syntax cheker itself is
only 2200 lines long. And it does not need a token scanner....

Since I have never done anything for the public :-), I do not know how
to go about this. Would some kind people out there give me some

Thank you very much.
                                                                                            Lin Li

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