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Re: Interactive parsing with Bison

From: Akim Demaille
Subject: Re: Interactive parsing with Bison
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 21:06:27 +0200

Le 28 juin 06 à 19:24, Richard Stallman a écrit :

Hi Richard,

How was Paris?  How was our government?  Nah, forget about
this one :)

    This file is really obsolete, even for the human.

It isn't obsolete until there is a superior replacement.

:)  Right.  By the way, years later, I would like to ask for
a question to which you already answered no, years ago (but the
answer, arguably, depends on the moment the question is asked).

Given the current spreading of C++, do you object (pun not yet
intended) to using it for Bison?

      It should be an XML
    file, with XSLT transformations towards HTML and text.

I would not mind, as long as the transformation to text
gives good results.

Similarly, another time related question: can we drop the
(hardly used, barely supported by maintained tools) VCG
graph format in favor of the (wide spread) dot format?
One or two years ago, you said that the release of Graphviz
as free-software was too recent to give enough confidence
that that move would be smart.

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