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Wow, this is a bold statement :-) Is C++ such a small world?
What about Sun compiler for instance? EDG lists it as a different "dialect".
> Mathworks is almost certainly licensing from EDG.
... by ruling out the two others?
In any case this is where the backend comes from:
This product existed years before Mathworks bought it.
LCA: Static analysis with GCC plugins
Posted Jan 24, 2010 20:34 UTC (Sun) by JoeBuck (subscriber, #2330)
Posted Jan 25, 2010 0:59 UTC (Mon) by roc (subscriber, #30627)
Only 3 real C++ parsers
Posted Jan 29, 2010 16:47 UTC (Fri) by giraffedata (subscriber, #1954)
IBM's C++ compiler also has its own front end.
Meaning what (I don't know what a front end is)? Does it use one of the three stated real C++ parsers? Does it have its own parser which, like Sun's isn't real because it can't parse standard C++?
Posted Jan 30, 2010 18:21 UTC (Sat) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
(There is no formal name for this machine-independent part that I know of,
but I've always heard it referred to as the 'middle-end'. A thousand
toplogists may scream in pain but language doesn't need to make
sense. :) )
Posted Jan 25, 2010 10:24 UTC (Mon) by dgm (subscriber, #49227)
>Wow, this is a bold statement :-) Is C++ such a small world?
Well, how many _complete_ Java parsers do exist? How many C#?, Python? Perl?
Posted Jan 25, 2010 15:30 UTC (Mon) by Cyberax (✭ supporter ✭, #52523)
C++ parsers: A small world
Posted Jan 25, 2010 14:26 UTC (Mon) by dwheeler (guest, #1216)
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