Most suitable common encryption platform for Unix and Windows

Most suitable common encryption platform for Unix and Windows

Post by Janne Himank » Fri, 25 Feb 2000 04:00:00

What would be the most reasonable encryption platform to use, if the
different parties use windows (95,98,NT,2k), solaris and linux? As a
Unix user I have used PGP 2.6.3i and have examined PGP 5.0 and GnuPG
1.0.1 enough to see that they would be usable. However, I don't use
Windows and I have no idea what they should use. Would that be
PGP 6.5.3? PGP version six doesn't seem to compile in Solaris. The
Windows people use either Eudora or Outlook to read mail.

Janne Himanka

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1. Info on suitable grammars for common languages

I would like to gather information about existing suitable grammars
for common languages. I don't need pointers to the actual
parsers, just information in this style:

Language:   Technique:                          Parser generator:
C++         LL(1)+nondeterministic stuff        ANTLR (1996)
Ada,PL/I    LR(1)                               LR (Wetherell, Shannon 1981)
Erlang      LALR(1) (except for `match_expr')   any LALR(1)

These examples are correct as far as I know. I would also be happy for
information in the style like:

C++ with templates and exceptions: No useful LALR(1) grammar exists. (?)

I am really just interested in the relation between language, grammar and
parsing technique, not the actual parsers.

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