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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
A b s t r a c t Two compiler generators, both based on attribute grammars, have been used together in an attempt to generate almost all compiler phases. Pie is a compiler generator based on a one-pass attribute grammar called ECLR-attributed grammar [Sassa 87]. The generated compiler evaluates attributes in parallel with LR parsing. It can be used to generate one-pass compilers or the front-end of multipass compilers. Jun is a compiler generator which works on tree grammars. It is based ondoi:10.1007/3-540-53669-8_74 fatcat:imlv4o63rjgfpc22za3rlmpite