Announcement: Synopsis 0.8

Discussion in 'Python' started by Stefan Seefeld, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. I'm pleased to announce the release of Synopsis 0.8.


    Synopsis is a multi-language source code introspection tool that
    provides a variety of representations for the parsed code, to
    enable further processing such as documentation extraction,
    reverse engineering, and source-to-source translation.

    While this release mainly focusses on an internal redesign,
    there are nevertheless a number of major enhancements and
    new features:


    * Synopsis contains a new C Parser.
    * The C++ parser contains lots of bug fixes.
    * The HTML formatter contains a number of bug fixes.


    Synopsis' internals have been largely redesigned, to eventually
    expose public C++ and python APIs to the lower-level code
    representations such as parse trees or symbol tables.
    It currently contains experimental code to use synopsis as a
    scriptable source-to-source compiler, though these APIs are
    still in development.


    Source and documentation is available at http://synopsis.fresco.org.
    For contact information, see http://synopsis.fresco.org/contact.html.
     
    Stefan Seefeld, Jun 10, 2005
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