Hi Fabio,

  This is basically just a test message to make sure my list subscription is active.

As you mentioned, since ASDL provides the interface description, either javaCC or ANTLR would
work.  Doesn't really seem to be much point in switching unless we really get something from it
though.  I might try hacking the ANTLR grammar to meet the ASDL spec, just to make sure I
really understand the ASDL description.  Then I can try hacking the javaCC parser.

This way, I get the ASDL stuff straight in my head, and you can play with the ANTLR grammar
and see if it has any benefits over the javaCC stuff.

Of course, thats assuming I actually figure the ASDL stuff out enough to be useful :-)

One thing that would be really useful is any javaCC tutorials/docs you might know about?
the website was pretty sparse on documentation.  Also, both ANTLR and JavaCC have
Eclipse plugins - have you tried the javaCC one?  Is it any easier to work with then just
hacking the grammer in 'vi' ? (I'm pretty new to eclipse/java stuff, so setting up complicated
'builders' in eclipse is more of a pain for me then just calling stuff from the command line)

Steve