One of the main tools is the Webpage Wizard. You to automatically generate a webpage with the hyperlinked syntax diagrams found on most professional language websites. This allows the user to click on any nonterminal and automatically jump to its definition.
The tool can automatically generate lists of 'reserved' words, symbols, information about lexical groups as well as the parse tables. The generated webpage can be a great way of starting a language spec.
The page makes full use of cascading style sheets, which, in turn, makes changing the design easy. The Builder comes with over 80 pre-defined color schemes. You can, if you want, create your own and save them for later use.
The picture shows the color schemes "Wizard", "Fire", 'Hoplite",
"CGA", "Mad Scientist", and "California Flag".
"SQL 89" Grammar
The following examples use the SQL-89 grammar. These examples contain "structure" data - such as reserved words, symbols, and syntax.
The following page contains the parse tables created by the "Simple" test grammar. You can export both "structure" information and tables, if you want.