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Re: Proposal: ObjectiveC parser framework

From: Philip Mötteli
Subject: Re: Proposal: ObjectiveC parser framework
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 21:49:42 +0200

Am Mittwoch, 23.07.03, um 19:31 Uhr (Europe/Zurich) schrieb Stefan Urbanek:
What do you think about extracting objective-c parsing code from autogsdoc into a separate framework?

From http://wiki.gnustep.org/index.php/FrameworkWishList:


Framework that parses Objective-C source and generates object tree (class interfaces, implementations, categories, methods, instance variables, method descriptions, class descriptions, list of required headers,...). It can be lossy parser, that means a code generated from parsed sources does not have to be the same. This framework can be reused, besides other apps, by:

   * Gorm (importing interfaces)
   * autogsdoc (generating documentation)
* CodeEditor (syntax highlighting, autocompletion and variable/method name suggestion, method implementation/variable/class category searching, inteligent editing) * Quite usable source code checkers (like one posted by andy ruder last time about possible memoryleak checking)
   * ProjectCenter (similar to ?CodeEditor).

This framework can be also used for some Smalltalk-like class editor/browser.

This is a nice example of reusable code. What do you think?

Great idea!


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