Announcing Dryverl: an Erlang-to-C binding compiler

David Hopwood <>
Mon May 29 17:00:40 CEST 2006


Romain Lenglet wrote:
> 1- Dryverl is in fact composed of *six* "sub-"languages:
> 
> - One structured, declarative language for specifying value maps, etc.
>   Yes, this simple language could be specified using Leex and Yecc.
> 
> - *Two* distinct "Erlang + markup" dialects.  Using Yecc, you would
>    have to specify *twice* the complete Erlang grammar + extensions.
> 
> - *Three* distinct "C + markup" dialects.  Using Yecc, you would have
>   to specify *thrice* the complete C grammar (!) + extensions.

and this counters Richard's critique how, exactly??

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David Hopwood <>





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