From: Jens Maurer (Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-10-14 18:28:19
John Maddock wrote:
> >I don't expect to address this one soon. I think it would be terribly
> >for all kinds of C++ research to have a public-domain C++ parser with a
> >Python interface. We could use it to implement preprocessors to test
> >proposed language extensions, etc. But I'm /not/ promising that I'm going
> >get one!
> Has anyone around here looked at Open C++??
> see http://www.softlab.is.tsukuba.ac.jp/~chiba/openc++.html
I've run our regression tests through it. OpenC++ translates C++ to
C++, so it still requires a usual C++ compiler; I tested with gcc.
- explicit instantiation
- T::template f<int>() (i.e. member template access)
- using-declarations (in some situations)
- typename in dependent types in formal template value
- operators.hpp gets garbled so that gcc is no longer able to
I'm not impressed.
Should this be part of the "official" regression test suite, just
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