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The TextTransformers owes its origin some publications mentioned below. I have to thank all of the authors.
The TextTransformer is based on the concept for the top down compiler compiler Coco from P. Rechenberg and H. Mössenböck, which they have published together in their book: Ein Compiler-Generator für Mikrocomputer, Carl Hanser Verlag München Wien 1988.
H. Mössenböck (ETH Zürich) has written the original version of Coco in Oberon-2. This version was ported to Modula-2 from Marc Brandis (ETH Zürich) and Pat Terry (Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa). Finally Frankie Arzu (Universidad del Valle, Guatemala, Central America) has published a version of Coco in c.
The actual versions of Coco or. Coco/R, which can produce also code in other target languages than c++, can be found at:
The TextTransformer makes use of some boost libraries.
These libraries are also required to compile the code which is produced by the TextTransformer.
The source code for the regular expressions is from Dr. John Maddock.
The Format library of Samuel Krempp. It is used in the interpreter for the optional formatting of the output.
The portable functions for the path and file treatment are based on the filesystem library from Beman Dawes.
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The parser for the interpreter is based on a ANTLR grammar, which can be found at
* PUBLIC DOMAIN PCCTS-BASED C++ GRAMMAR (cplusplus.g, stat.g, expr.g)
* Authors: Sumana Srinivasan, NeXT Inc.; firstname.lastname@example.org
* Terence Parr, Parr Research Corporation; email@example.com
* Russell Quong, Purdue University; firstname.lastname@example.org
* VERSION 1.2
* SOFTWARE RIGHTS
* This file is a part of the ANTLR-based C++ grammar and is free
* software. We do not reserve any LEGAL rights to its use or
* distribution, but you may NOT claim ownership or authorship of this
* grammar or support code. An individual or company may otherwise do
* whatever they wish with the grammar distributed herewith including the
* incorporation of the grammar or the output generated by ANTLR into
* commerical software. You may redistribute in source or binary form
* without payment of royalties to us as long as this header remains
* in all source distributions.
* We encourage users to develop parsers/tools using this grammar.
* In return, we ask that credit is given to us for developing this
* grammar. By "credit", we mean that if you incorporate our grammar or
* the generated code into one of your programs (commercial product,
* research project, or otherwise) that you acknowledge this fact in the
* documentation, research report, etc.... In addition, you should say nice
* things about us at every opportunity.
* As long as these guidelines are kept, we expect to continue enhancing
* this grammar. Feel free to send us enhancements, fixes, bug reports,
* suggestions, or general words of encouragement at email@example.com.
* NeXT Computer Inc.
* 900 Chesapeake Dr.
* Redwood City, CA 94555
* Restructured for public consumption by Terence Parr late February, 1995.
* DISCLAIMER: we make no guarantees that this grammar works, makes sense,
* or can be used to do anything useful.
The function table wizard was built by means of the open source wizard component from William Yu Wei, which is part of the Jedi-Vcl :
Xerces-C++ is made available under the Apache Software License, Version 2.0.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
The "ATBinHex" component of Alexey Torgashin was used for the input viewer..
The viewer was extended by the possibility to set breakpoints. The exteded version is available at
The ATBinHex is subject to the MOZILLA PUBLIC LICENSE Version 1.1, which is added there too,
My special thanks to Dr. Hans-Peter Diettrich, who gave me some valuable notes to improve the program and Andreas Busch, who helped me to make TextTransformer multi-user compatible.
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