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How to program templates with the universal text generator How to use it
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First of all, I would like to thank Mark Peskin for his inspiring tool PERCEPS. PERCEPS is a documentation generator for C++ programs similar to Javadoc. It is written in Perl and is able to parse C++ as far as needed to generate documentation. It is by far better than Javadoc because it is possible to extend the tags that are used in the documentation comments within C++, and it allows the generation of any text output format that is needed. In addition to this, it is possible to filter input and output and to extend the functionality of the generator at specific issues.

Next, I would like to thank Terence Parr and his guys at for ANTLR. ANTLR (Another Tool for Language Recognition) is just another tool for language recognition ;-). This means it is a very comfortable parser generator similar to lex & yacc or flex & bison.

And finally I would like to thank the guys at for publishing a disclaimer for reuse.


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