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Angel Script Grammar

Jun 5, 2015 at 7:02 AM
Edited Jun 5, 2015 at 7:07 AM
I was wondering if anyone has written a grammar class for Angel Script. Its a scripting language that has a syntax very similar to C++ but without the use of pointers. It's a lot more simple it doesn't use any of the template stuff or other more complex syntax. I tried just updating the MyC example but had no luck and I also tried working from scratch by using the BNF that is defined in the parser source but ended up with a lot of shift reduce errors.

If anyone has worked on it and could share that would be great, if not and anyone is interested in helping me out I would greatly appreciate it. Im using the babelua source as an example to write a visual studio extension for it being that it is a popular scripting engine.

The source to the parser is here which you can find the BNF.

Here is a link to the manual so you can see examples and test the syntax.

I am even willing to pay someone to do it if they are interested. So if you want a couple hundred bucks in USD Ill be more then happy to send it through paypal.

Any help is greatly appreciated, even if you have a more complete MyC example that I can try to work from.

My email is

Thank you