That sounds great, send it on along.
I tried diving in myself with a very simple grammar and parser on a
small example file last week and couldn't get it all to work. It will be
nice to have some existing files to go off of.
From: Andrea Fedeli [mailto:andrea.fedeli@...]
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 9:52 AM
To: Pfeiffer, John @ SSG - ISS - CIN
Subject: Re: [CEDET-devel] SystemVerilog Support
> Has anyone done any work on CEDET support for SystemVerilog?
> I saw some postings from a couple of years ago, but I'm not sure if
anything came of it.
> If so, could you send me the code so I could help out with support?
I did a trial beginning 2011, I tagged it 0.0 for a sensible reason ;) ;
my attempt was an almost direct derivation of the 2005 IEEE 1800
SystemVerilog Standard Annex A [Formal Syntax], with the strictly needed
LALR rewriting, and a few other "embellishments", to get a source for
wisent. It flourished into about a thousand conflicts, as far as I
remember; if you like I can share that with you.
It contains 382 terminals, 1063 nonterminals and 3402 production rules.
I've just checked, and seen I sent it to Wilson Snyder, one of the two
maintainers of the amazing Verilog mode (and author of the auto
extensions, AFAIK), in March 2011; as far as I can tell it didn't go
into anything, hence I'm afraid it won't be of much aid for us either.
I used it with CEDET 1.0, and I did not update it any further.
BTW, it would make sense to update the grammar to the 2009 version (I
got that afterward).
If all this sounds of any interest to you I can start sending you the
the grammar graph and the wisent file I wrote at the time.