Mined Opinions For API: org.antlr

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  • Pity that it is not well known enough.. details
  • Examples are JAVACC, CUP and my preferred tool, ANTLR.. details
  • JSON is relatively simple and it would be a useful exercise.. details
  • If your main reason for writing a parser is learning how to do it, this is probably a good starting point.. details
  • MUCH easier to use than antlr, jflex or others since you write your grammars in pure Java.. details
  • The demo works fine, of course.. details
  • Our URL_http://www.semanticdesigns.com/Products/DMS/DMSToolkit.html [DMS- Software-Reengineering-Toolkit] is like ANTLR but with more machinery.. details
  • Our URL_http://www.semanticdesigns.com/Products/DMS/DMSToolkit.html [DMS- Software-Reengineering-Toolkit] is like ANTLR but with more machinery.. details
  • Alternatively, you could write an ANTLR (or other generator) parser to read the JSON and do with it as you like.. details
  • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though.. details
  • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with.. details
  • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with.. details
  • With DMS you can define the JSON syntax, build ASTs, and then write source-to- source tranformatinos to map that to XML representing your schema.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.antlr using topic modeling.
  • 0. write grammar simple alternatively read toolkit machinery software reengineering jflex: 8
    • Pity that it is not well known enough.. details
    • If your main reason for writing a parser is learning how to do it, this is probably a good starting point.. details
    • JSON is relatively simple and it would be a useful exercise.. details
    • Examples are JAVACC, CUP and my preferred tool, ANTLR.. details
    • MUCH easier to use than antlr, jflex or others since you write your grammars in pure Java.. details
    • The demo works fine, of course.. details
    • Our DMS- Software-Reengineering-Toolkit] is like ANTLR but with more machinery.. details
    • Alternatively, you could write an ANTLR (or other generator) parser to read the JSON and do with it as you like.. details
  • 0. build process complicate lot start schema tranformatinos syntax write asts: 3
    • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though.. details
    • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with.. details
    • With DMS you can define the JSON syntax, build ASTs, and then write source-to- source tranformatinos to map that to XML representing your schema.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.antlr using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Alternatively, you could write an ANTLR (or other generator) parser to read the JSON and do with it as you like .
  • The demo works fine, of course .
  • MUCH easier to use than antlr, jflex or others since you write your grammars in pure Java .
  • Examples are JAVACC, CUP and my preferred tool, ANTLR .
  • JSON is relatively simple and it would be a useful exercise .
  • If your main reason for writing a parser is learning how to do it, this is probably a good starting point .
  • Pity that it is not well known enough .
  • Our DMS Software Reengineering Toolkit is like ANTLR but with more machinery .
  • Alternatively, you could write an ANTLR (or other generator) parser to read the JSON and do with it as you like .
  • The demo works fine, of course .
  • MUCH easier to use than antlr, jflex or others since you write your grammars in pure Java .
  • Examples are JAVACC, CUP and my preferred tool, ANTLR .
  • JSON is relatively simple and it would be a useful exercise .
  • If your main reason for writing a parser is learning how to do it, this is probably a good starting point .
  • Pity that it is not well known enough .
  • Our DMS Software Reengineering Toolkit is like ANTLR but with more machinery .
  • Alternatively, you could write an ANTLR (or other generator) parser to read the JSON and do with it as you like .
  • The demo works fine, of course .
  • MUCH easier to use than antlr, jflex or others since you write your grammars in pure Java .
  • Examples are JAVACC, CUP and my preferred tool, ANTLR .
  • JSON is relatively simple and it would be a useful exercise .
  • If your main reason for writing a parser is learning how to do it, this is probably a good starting point .
  • Pity that it is not well known enough .
  • Our DMS Software Reengineering Toolkit is like ANTLR but with more machinery .
  • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with .
  • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though .
  • With DMS you can define the JSON syntax, build ASTs, and then write source to source tranformatinos to map that to XML representing your schema .
  • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with .
  • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though .
  • With DMS you can define the JSON syntax, build ASTs, and then write source to source tranformatinos to map that to XML representing your schema .
  • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with .
  • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though .
  • With DMS you can define the JSON syntax, build ASTs, and then write source to source tranformatinos to map that to XML representing your schema .
Summaries of the opinions about org.antlr using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about org.antlr using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
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Performance:
  • N/A
  • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with.
Documentation:
  • Our URL_http://www.semanticdesigns.com/Products/DMS/DMSToolkit.html [DMS- Software-Reengineering-Toolkit] is like ANTLR but with more machinery.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • Pity that it is not well known enough.
  • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though.
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Our URL_http://www.semanticdesigns.com/Products/DMS/DMSToolkit.html [DMS- Software-Reengineering-Toolkit] is like ANTLR but with more machinery.. details
  • Usability: 8
    1. general: 8
      • Pity that it is not well known enough.. details
      • Examples are JAVACC, CUP and my preferred tool, ANTLR.. details
      • JSON is relatively simple and it would be a useful exercise.. details
      • If your main reason for writing a parser is learning how to do it, this is probably a good starting point.. details
      • MUCH easier to use than antlr, jflex or others since you write your grammars in pure Java.. details
      • The demo works fine, of course.. details
      • Our URL_http://www.semanticdesigns.com/Products/DMS/DMSToolkit.html [DMS- Software-Reengineering-Toolkit] is like ANTLR but with more machinery.. details
      • Alternatively, you could write an ANTLR (or other generator) parser to read the JSON and do with it as you like.. details
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with.. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • ANTLR has the disadvantage that it complicates the build process a lot, though.. details
      • ANTLR is very powerful but can be difficult to start with.. details
      • With DMS you can define the JSON syntax, build ASTs, and then write source-to- source tranformatinos to map that to XML representing your schema.. details