[Haskell-cafe] BNFC-meta being maintained? Is there public src repo?

Mateusz Kowalczyk fuuzetsu at fuuzetsu.co.uk
Thu Jun 26 01:29:09 UTC 2014

On 06/16/2014 06:33 AM, Ki Yung Ahn wrote:
> Dear BNFC-meta developers and users,
> I've been using BNFC-meta for the parser of my experimental language Nax 
> language implementation ( https://github.com/kyagrd/mininax ). It's very 
> cool 'cause you don't need to write makefile or cabal entries to call 
> the command line tools (bnfc, alex, happy), and you get quasiquoters for 
> free, which really makes the early development pleasant.
> But due to the bug fixed in recent versions of BNFC, probably after 
> latest BNFC-meta release, I'll have to switch back to using plain BNFC 
> at some point. (FYI,the bug is that block comments arn't working).
> If there is a source repository that has ported more recent versions of 
> BNFC into BNFC-meta, it'll be helpful for people like me. Or, if the 
> source repository has open access and easy to participate (e.g., putting 
> on github or something like that), we can draw community support 
> maintaining BNFC-meta to keep up with the recent BNFC (and also happy 
> and alex) versions.
> --
> Ki Yung Ahn
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You should probably e-mail the maintainer directly, their e-mail is on
the Hackage page for the package.

Mateusz K.

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