From: William M. Klein <wmklein@ix...> - 2001-03-26 23:28:44
Do you have a list of what "non-standard" (extension) USAGEs you support?
(e.g COMP-3, POINTER, whatever). How about Line Sequential?
Basically, do you have a list of "extensions" that are supported?
Do you want "test case" source code - for the data division?
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> Subject: [Cobolforgcc-devel] Data division of core compiler subset now
> I have finished the data division for the core compiler subset.
> This is a subset of the cobol nucleus which will be used to write
> much of the remaining compiler.
> The display and set address statements are also done.
> Tim Josling
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From: Tim Josling <tej@me...> - 2001-03-27 01:17:02
The usages I am supporting are
- display with PIC X(n) only
- pointer (based on IBM's implementation)
- binary-char binary-short binary-long and binary-double (from
the new COBOL standard).
- numeric PIC clauses
These will be done in the nucleus proper which is phase 2. I
intend to write the PIC clause analysis in COBOL.
It is only a subset of the nucleus so there is no file IO - this
will have to be done via calls to C routines like fread etc.
Once I have the full compiler subset done I will make it
available - at that time I will be asking for test cases and bug
"William M. Klein" wrote:
> Do you have a list of what "non-standard" (extension) USAGEs you support?
> (e.g COMP-3, POINTER, whatever). How about Line Sequential?
> Basically, do you have a list of "extensions" that are supported?
> Do you want "test case" source code - for the data division?