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Re: [Gomp-discuss] fortran parser :-) ..

From: Lars Segerlund
Subject: Re: [Gomp-discuss] fortran parser :-) ..
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 16:25:58 +0100


  I know a lot about the gfortran parser but close to nought about the 'new' C 
parser in
 gcc, ( since cpp & the parser was integrated, and even now im on thin ice :-) 

  Could you give me a short rundown on how you have done the integration ? ( ie.
 what it uses and expects from it's 'environment' ? ).
  From what I understood from the earlier discussion there was slight likely 
 that you're parser was to be used in the C frontend, perhaps we can revive it 
 the frontend parsing in gfortran ?

  All opinions welcome !

  As soon as we have the parsers up and running we can start to abuse the rest 
of gcc,
 and it might be nice to have subsets running as soon  as possible in order to 
 implementation issues upfront, ( here implementation should probably be 
integration ).

 / Lars Segerlund.

On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 17:46:49 +0300
Dmitry Kurochkin <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Lars.
> The C parser (at list my version) is heavily tight with libcpp and C
> parser, so I don't think there really is a way to adapt it to Fortran.
> And splitting to frontend and backend is a good idia. We can make a
> general interface and structures and both parsers will use it.
> BTW. I hope to commit my patch really soon.
> Regards,
>   Dmitry

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