Erlang Grammer

Eric Merritt <>
Fri Aug 2 00:18:21 CEST 2002


Kent,

Thanks, your right its not exactly and EBNF but it
should work. If nothing else translating it to an
ANTLR grammer will be interesting. 

Thanks,
Eric
--- Kent Boortz <> wrote:
> 
> Eric Merritt <> writes:
> >  Does anyone know if there is an update Erlang
> grammer
> > available? I have been able to find one dated 1999
> as
> > an appendix to the spec located at the URL below.
> > 
> >
> http://www.bluetail.com/~rv/Erlang-spec/index.shtml
> > 
> > Is this Spec/Grammer still good? Has it been
> replaced?
> > If so where is the new version?
> 
> Maybe not as easy to read as the the grammar in the
> specification but
> you can always look at the grammar in use in the
> source distribution
> of Erlang/OTP. The latest P9 snapshot
> 
>  
>
http://www.erlang.org/download/snapshots/otp_src_P9_2002-07-31.tar.gz
> 
> contains the grammar definition in the file
> 
>   otp_src_P9_2002-07-31/lib/stdlib/src/erl_parse.yrl
> 
> kent


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