||Links & Resources
|This page contains useful links
to other parser generators as well as other resources for those developing compilers and
interpreters. If you have a link that you would like to see on this site, please tell me about it.
|Projects & Articles
to GOLD Parser
||Adrian Moore wrote an excellent introductory article
about GOLD. He is the Lead Development Manager for the SCADA Vision system developed by
ABB Inc in Calgary, Canada.
A Dataset Project
||Website: "With the QueryADataSet assembly you can
perform full SQL SELECT statements on any .NET DataSet and return the results to your
application. QueryADataSet can save on valuable Connection and Server resources by
eliminating the expensive round trips to the Server to obtain a subset of data that
already exists in the DataSet."
||Project: C++ Gold Parser
||This link points the homepage for the Manuel Astudillo's popular C++ version of the GOLD
Parser Engine. This page is part of the Source Forge website.
||This website contains Max
Battcher's fast growing selection of excellent GOLD tools. These include his new
EvParser, which is a wrapper class, and GOLDDot software, which can be used with
AT&T Dot to create graphs of rules, and parse tables.
||Jorg's wxWidgets Page
||Jorgen Bodde released an implementation of the GOLD
Engine for wxWidgets which is a cross
platform GUI toolkit. The source was ported from the Alexandre Rai engine (Delphi 5
version) to C++ and runs under Linux and Windows (MacOS and Solaris should also work).
||Milosz A. Krajewski
||Milosz A. Krajewski developed a pure implementation the
GOLD Parser Engine using the Python Programming Language.
||LUDO Scripting Engine
||Eylem Ugurel developed the LUDO (Language for Unified
Design and Operation) scripting engine. LUDO Script is similar to C++, but with a far
cleaner and more consistent grammar.
||Robert van Loenhout
||Website: "This engine can be used to parse (LALR)
text and construct a parse tree that can be traversed in an object-oriented manner. It can
therefore be embedded in your software product."
||Ad-Aware is a free system tool developed by Lavasoft. The
software scans your computer for spyware programs such as Claria's Gator. These programs
tend to ruin computer efficiency, destabilize the operating system, steal personal
information and steal worktime by displaying pop-up ads.
Ad-Aware is highly
||You can also download a couple of True Type Fonts
I created that mimic the character set of the Commodore 64. This is a new version of the
font that will work for both PC and Macintosh (the old version didn't work that well).
|Planet Source Code
||Planet Source Code is an online database containing a
massive amount of free source code. The source is submitted by developers wishing feedback
or wanting to help others in the development community.
||Textpad is an easy-to-use and quite versitile text editor. The application has
syntax highlighting, Unicode, and has a huge number of editing features.
||The ZDNN News Network provides information (and
discussion) about the events taking place in the computer industry.
|Academic & Professional
for Computing Machinery
||Founded in 1947, the Association for Computing Machinery
(ACM0 is the oldest organization dedicated to the advancement of computer science. The
organization provides conferences, workshops and other forums to discuss issues that
currently affect computer science and those ideas which will advance it.
National Standards Institute
||The American Standards Institute (ANSI) is a non-profit
organization that is works to develop standards within the United States and performs
|This is the website for California State University,
Sacramento - commonly known as "Sac State". Sac State is located in the
center of the Sacramento metropolitan area next to the historic American River.
||The International Standards Organization (ISO) works to
develop standards between the different world states.
||This is the homepage of the consortium of companies and
groups that developed and maintain the Unicode character set.