Thanks for the resource Joe, this should definitely make things significantly easier. 


On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 2:51 PM, Joe Doyle Ardent <> wrote:
On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 06:41:58PM +0200, David Engster wrote:
> - Things will become much easier if there's a free grammar for D out
>   there, meaning that the license under which this grammar is
>   distributed is compatible with the GPL. A first step would then be to
>   port that Grammar to Wisent or Bovine, which are ports of Bison in
>   Emacs Lisp. Otherwise, you would have to start a grammar from scratch,
>   or maybe - if it makes sense - start with the existing grammar for
>   C++ and adapt it for D.

       One of the design goals of D is easy parsability (it's not
ambiguous).  Check out these scripts for extracting the grammar from the

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