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Re: Bison parser for machine-like language

From: Hans Aberg
Subject: Re: Bison parser for machine-like language
Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 19:00:52 +0100
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It looks like something to ask in the newsgroup comp.compilers. You have
several option there, I think, depending on how high level you want have on
your language. A fairly low level language is a bytecode language. Simon
Peyton-Jones has allegedly written a book on the implementation of
functional languages
and bytecodes. For pretty-printing, guile-oop looks interesting.

At 16:01 +0100 2005/01/05, Laurence Finston wrote:
>I'm starting to think about writing a second scanner/parser for GNU 3DLDF
>for fast-loading binary format files in a machine-like language.
>Does anybody have any experience using Bison for parsing such languages,
>and/or does anybody know of any free software (preferably GNU software)
>that uses Bison to implement such a language?  Any pointers would be much
>Laurence Finston
>address@hidden http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/help-bison

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