antlr3.2 3.2-16 source package in Ubuntu

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antlr3.2 (3.2-16) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload.
  * Depend on libmaven3-core-java instead of libmaven2-core-java

 -- Emmanuel Bourg <email address hidden>  Wed, 02 Aug 2017 11:55:48 +0200

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Debian Java Maintainers on 2017-08-02
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Original maintainer:
Debian Java Maintainers
Architectures:
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

antlr3.2: language tool for constructing recognizers, compilers etc

 ANTLR, ANother Tool for Language Recognition, (formerly PCCTS) is
 a language tool that provides a framework for constructing recognizers,
 compilers, and translators from grammatical descriptions containing C++
 or Java actions [You can use PCCTS 1.xx to generate C-based parsers].
 .
 Computer language translation has become a common task. While
 compilers and tools for traditional computer languages (such as C
 or Java) are still being built, their number is dwarfed by the thousands
 of mini-languages for which recognizers and translators are being
 developed. Programmers construct translators for database formats,
 graphical data files (e.g., PostScript, AutoCAD), text processing
 files (e.g., HTML, SGML). ANTLR is designed to handle all of your
 translation tasks.

antlr3.2-gunit-maven-plugin: Maven plugin for gUnit, a unit test framework for ANTLR grammars

 gUnit is a "Unit Test" framework for ANTLR grammars. It provides a simple
 way to write and run automated tests for ANTLR grammars in a manner similar
 to Java unit testing framework jUnit. The basic idea is to create a bunch of
 input/output pairs for rules in a grammar and gUnit will verify the expected
 output/result. The input can be a single line or multiple lines of strings or
 even an external file. The output can be simply success or failure, an
 abstract syntax tree (AST), a rule return value, or some text output which
 could be a rule's template return value. The current version of gUnit has 2
 main functions, interpreter and jUnit generator. The interpreter interprets
 your gUnit script and runs unit tests using Java reflection to invoke methods
 in your parser objects. The generator, on the other hand, translates your
 gUnit script to jUnit Java code that you can compile and execute by hand.
 .
 This package provides the Maven plugin that allows one to run gUnit tests
 during a Maven build.

antlr3.2-maven-plugin: Maven plugin for ANTLR 3.2

 ANTLR, ANother Tool for Language Recognition, (formerly PCCTS) is
 a language tool that provides a framework for constructing recognizers,
 compilers, and translators from grammatical descriptions containing C++
 or Java actions [You can use PCCTS 1.xx to generate C-based parsers].
 .
 This package provides the Maven plugin that supports compiling ANTLR 3
 grammars during a Maven build

libantlr3.2-gunit-java: Unit Test framework for ANTLR grammars

 gUnit is a "Unit Test" framework for ANTLR grammars. It provides a simple
 way to write and run automated tests for ANTLR grammars in a manner similar
 to Java unit testing framework jUnit. The basic idea is to create a bunch of
 input/output pairs for rules in a grammar and gUnit will verify the expected
 output/result. The input can be a single line or multiple lines of strings or
 even an external file. The output can be simply success or failure, an
 abstract syntax tree (AST), a rule return value, or some text output which
 could be a rule's template return value. The current version of gUnit has 2
 main functions, interpreter and jUnit generator. The interpreter interprets
 your gUnit script and runs unit tests using Java reflection to invoke methods
 in your parser objects. The generator, on the other hand, translates your
 gUnit script to jUnit Java code that you can compile and execute by hand.