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#ActualStarnick

Posted 11 October 2012 - 07:34 AM

Very nice, I didn't realize you've released code for your toolkit (I heard mentions of it a while ago). But yeah, exactly the process that I've went with.

FYI, TinyPG produces code for a scanner/parser/parsetree, so there isn't any runtime dependencies. All you write is a grammer (e.g. terminals, production rules to parse and evaluate technique/pass expressions, etc). It's a lot simpler than writing out your own parser by hand.

#1Starnick

Posted 11 October 2012 - 07:33 AM

Very nice, I didn't realize you've released code for your toolkit (I heard mentions of it a while ago). But yeah, exactly the process that I've went with.

FYI, TinyPG produces code for a scanner/parser/parsetree, so there isn't any runtime dependencies (it basically builds the parser you'd have to write by hand). All you write is a grammer (e.g. terminals, production rules to parse and evaluate technique/pass expressions, etc). It's a lot simpler than writing out your own parser by hand.

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