Specifies language grammars and computes, generates, and simulates the corresponding automatons
CPG is an integrated development environment application for creating parsers for conventional compiler implementation, special application compilers, and data structure parsers for message and record set processing. It has both complete GUI and command line interfaces for performing automaton calculations and parser code generation including regular expression, SLR(1), LALR(1), LR(1), conflict resolution, essential error entry calculation and configuration, unit rule elimination optimization, grammar rule code and parser driver code editing, C++ parser driver and table interfaces, and graphical parser simulation displays.
DocumentationUser guide available in PDF format from http://www.cpgsource.com/cpg_userguide.pdf
released on 1 August 2007
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