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Re: Using of parse tree externally
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- Subject: Re: Using of parse tree externally
- From: Brad King <brad dot king at kitware dot com>
- Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2000 17:28:34 -0400 (EDT)
Over the summer I wrote an addition to the cp front end that would dump
all the declarations (and template instantiations) in an entire
translation unit in an XML format I designed. It is no where near ready
to be contributed, but the current state of it might be useful to you,
Denis. I'm afraid I won't be able to continue work on it until Janurary,
but I can send you what I have, if you are interested. I also wrote a
parser to read the translation unit back in for my own purposes in another
program, so I'm confident that there is useful information in the output.
On Sun, 8 Oct 2000, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> >>>>> "Denis" == Denis Perchine <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Denis> Hello,
> Denis> I work on static analisys tool. And would like to use parse
> Denis> tree produced by C++ gcc frontend. The question is did
> Denis> someone did some movements to store parse tree in a file
> Denis> and read it back in a program which is outside gcc tree?
> Nobody has done this, yes. This is something we have talked about
> extensively, and have some ideas about, but has not been done.