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hmm... what about larch/python? python borrows a lot from modula-3, and larch/modula-3 is supported. But of the languages supportes as BSLs, smalltalk's type system is probably most like python's. cf larch/smalltalk
bookmark: an interesting paper: Semi-automatic Grammar Recovery R. Lämmel and C. Verhoef 2000-05-23
We proposed a new approach for the construction of grammars and parsers for existing languages. The approach is both very powerful and simple. We provided a structured process and explained our methods in detail so that others can apply our ideas for their own grammar construction activities. We illustrated the proposed approach with a nontrivial case study. Using our process, we constructed in a few weeks a complete and correct VS COBOL II grammar specification for IBM mainframes. We not only constructed a parser for it, but also published a web-enabled grammar specification so that others can use this result to conveniently construct their own grammar-based tools for VS COBOL II, or derivatives.
see also: Index of Terms in Web specs and literature
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