Rats! is a parser generator for C-like languages (currently only Java) that has been designed so that grammars are concise and easily extensible. It relies on ordered choices to avoid ambiguities, supports syntactic predicates for unlimited lookahead, and integrates lexing with parsing. It also supports automatically generating abstract syntax trees, thus greatly reducing the need for explicit semantic actions.
released on 18 August 2005
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