PCCTS is the Purdue Compiler-Compiler Tool Set
The PCCTS toolkit was written by Terence J. Parr of the MageLang Institute . His current project is antlr 2 - a complete redesign of pccts, written in Java, that generates Java or C++
Released on 21 April 2002.
This maintenance release contains about 300 changes to the original PCCTS 1.33 kit, including many fixes and some minor features to make life easier. Sorcerer is now distributed as part of the PCCTS kits.
A detailed description of all changes, fixes, and improvements is available in the file "CHANGES_FROM_133.txt".
This maintenance release contains fixes to (or addresses) almost all publicly known problems of PCCTS based on postings to the comp.compilers.tools.pccts newsgroup.
Kenji Tanaka has prepared a ready-to-run version of 1.33MR21 for the Macintosh. This includes antlr, dlg, and sorcerer for both the Motorola 68K and PowerPC.
Ryan Weaver has prepared a ready-to-run version of pccts MR33 for RedHat Linux.
Andrey Zakhvatov has prepared a FreeBSD port for 2.2.8 and 3.2. For additional information see http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports/devel.html (describes N packages - 125 kBytes).
Juin-Shien Tzeng had prepared a skeleton Borland project for building pccts applications.
Version 2 of Notes For New Users of PCCTS and extended examples for C++ mode users
Version 1 of Notes For New Users of PCCTS for C mode users
Tutorial on PCCTS by Randall Fisher
He has made a great number of improvements and corrections to the PCCTS version of the C++ grammar which was originally written by T.J. Parr and members of NeXT. Anyone interested in the C++ grammar should visit his web page.
Download an example of flex with PCCTS in C++ mode
This example by Philip A. Wilsey is distributed as a zip file of about 4 kBytes. Revised for 1.33MR11 (and later).
Early (and ugly) notes on using flex with pccts in C mode.
These are available due to popular demand, despite my better judgement.
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