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Tools for Coco/R

This page is intended to collect tools that support and such that use Coco/R.

Coco/R Support Tools

Coco/R plug-in for Eclipse

This project integrates Coco/R into the development environment Eclipse 3.x

Further information and Download

Coco/R plug-in for NetBeans

This project integrates Coco/R into the development environment Netbeans 6.5.

Further information and Download

Coco/R plug-in for Visual Studio

This project integrates Coco/R into Microsoft's Visual Studio 2015

Further information and Download

This project integrates Coco/R into Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010 (2008 SP1)

Further information and Download

This project (by Einar Egilsson) integrates Coco/R into Microsoft's Visual Studio 2005 and 2008

Further information and Download

Coco/R plug-in for SharpDevelop

SDCocoPlugin offers a nice integration of Coco/R into the SharpDevelop IDE. It supports the user with syntax highlighting, error marking (even in semantic actions) and the integration of generated output files (scanner, parser) into the according combine.

Further information and Download of SDCocoPlugin

Pretty Printer for Cocol ATGs - Printy

Printy is a formater for the "productions" section of atg files. The output can be influenced by various parameters. Printy for example is able to generate a nicely formated ATG file, an EBNF only ATG file and even a XHTML representation of an ATG file.

Further information and Download of Printy

Grammar Diff/Merge

Grammar Diff/Merge is a comparator for Coco/R grammars, plain text and more.

Further information and Download of Grammar Diff/Merge

Based on Coco/R

Prof-It for C#

Prof-It is an easy-to-use standalone profiler for C# that measures execution frequencies for each statement while keeping the instrumentation of the source code to a minimum.

Further information and Download of Prof-It