phorward, pynetree, JS/CC and UniCC
we just updated this website to provide latest news... so Phorward Software Technologies is still not dead! We're also planning to switch this website to a newer content management system, and make it a more "private", open source style. Phorward Software is still the most-private software development of Jan Max Meyer. There is no commercial software development planned for now. - So what's new?
Already during end of last year, we began with some development on a new parser toolkit approach named pynetree, which entirely runs on top of the Python programming language. Read the new pynetree product site here to get more information, if you are familiar with the Python programming language.
The phorward toolkit is also still under its 0.18 development stage. The library will be continued to be feature complete with a current redesign of the abstract syntax tree construction.
Best of all: pynetree and phorward share the same TBNF grammar definition language. This could be useful somewhere in the future (currently we're not sure where this road ends...).
UniCC, the universal parser generator, will be hold compileable with the latest versions of the phorward toolkit. There is no efforts in continuing this project anymore due to changing interest. UniCC heavily influenced the latest developments in the phorward toolkit so far.