Accent is a compiler compiler that can be used for all grammars without any restriction, no error-prone adaptation of the specification to a particular parsing technique is required. Accent is the first Earley parser generator along the lines of Yacc, it also cooperates with Lex. In addition, Accent supports the Extended Backus Naur Form and both, inherited and synthesized attributes.
Aflex and Ayacc are similar to the Unix tools lex and yacc, but they are written in Ada and generate Ada output. They were developed by the Arcadia Project at the University of California, Irvine. Aflex is based on the tool 'flex' written by Vern Paxson. These tools are copyrighted, but are freely redistributable.
A freeware system written in Prolog by Bob Carpenter, and Gerald Penn integrates phrase structure parsing, semantic-head-driven generation and constraint logic programming with typed feature structures as terms.
The Attribute-Logic Engine integrates phrase structure parsing and constraint logic programming with typed feature structures as terms.
AnaGram runs on Win32 platforms. AnaGram generates ANSI compatible platform independent C or C++ code. No runtime libraries are required.
LL(k) and LL(*) compiler generator
Cocktail is a set of program generators or compiler construction tools for nearly all phases of a compiler.
COCOM also known as Russian armoury is a compiler writer's toolkit that includes the MSTA parser generator which generates LR(k) and LALR(k) parsers using a modified DeRemer algorithm. The author is working on a version with Tomita-style backtracking.
Coco/R generates recursive descent parsers and their associated scanners from attributed grammars. Informations about COCO/R
Version of COCO/R that produces Java scanner and parser from ATG file.
A compiler generator for Delphi that was developed from a variant of Coco.
The CoSy product is a new flexible compiler development system for languages like C and Java, enabling architecture and compiler developers to generate and reconfigure efficient and robust compilers quickly for their existing and future cores.
The DSP release of CoSy allows the generation of efficient DSP-C compilers that fully support dedicated hardware DSP features like fixed point data types and multiple memories.
Decription: DCG, the Delphi Compiler Generator is an early stage tool for creating lexer and parser classes for Borland Delphi. DCG is a port of TPLex and TPYacc (the Pascal translations of Lex and Yacc done by Albert Graef) for Delphi plus a nice UI to allow editing the template files and compiling the classes and an associated Delphi project instantly.
Generalized compiler technology used for custom automated analysis and/or modification of large scale software systems in many languages (C, C++, COBOL, Java, Fortran, SQL, XML, many more). Handles millions of lines, thousands of files, in mixed languages if needed. Provides composable parsing, prettyprinting, attribute evaluation, and source-to-source program transformation capabilities. Useful for code analysis, redocumentation, code generation, migration.
A compiler compiler based on Extended Affix Grammars.
Eli offers solutions for most of the tasks that must be carried out to implement a language. They range from structural analysis (solved by tools analogous to LEX and YACC) through analysis of names, types and values, to storage of translation data structures and production of the target text.
Gentle covers the full spectrum of compiler construction. It supports language recognition, definition of abstract syntax trees, construction of tree walkers based on pattern matching, smart traversal, simple unparsing for source-to-source translation, and optimal code selection for microprocessors.
LISA generates table driven lexical analysers and LL(1) syntax analysers from regular expressions and BNF. LISA supports Kennedy-Warren and Katayama attribute evaluators.
An LALR parser generator, lexer generator, symbol-table builder, abstract-syntax-tree construction and intermediate code emitter, in short, a compiler front-end generator. Based on the new powerful TBNF grammar notation, less coding required than other systems.
Lex compatible scanner generator and Yacc compatible parser generator for PC's.
The x86 Open64 compiler system is a high performance, production quality code generation tool designed for high performance parallel computing workloads. The x86 Open64 environment provides the developer the essential choices when building and optimizing C, C++, and Fortran applications targeting 32-bit and 64-bit Linux platforms. The x86 Open64 compiler system offers a high level of advanced optimizations, multi-threading, and processor support that includes global optimization, vectorization, interprocedural analysis, feedback directed optimizations, loop transformations, and code generation which extracts the optimal performance from each x86 processor core.
The x86 Open64 Compiler Suite simplifies and accelerates development and tuning for x86, AMD64 (AMD® x86-64 Architecture), and Intel64 (Intel® x86-64 Architecture) applications. The x86 Open64 compilers create a strong foundation for building robust, high performance parallel code through MPI, OpenMP®, and auto-parallelization along with highly optimized libraries*.

* See Release Notes regarding parallel code generation
The Purdue Compiler Construction Tool Set (PCCTS) consists of a parser generator (ANTLR), a tightly integrated lexer (DLG) and a related source-to-source translator (SORCERER). ANTLR is a predicated LL(k) parser generator.
PCCTS is the Purdue Compiler Construction Tool Set, so named because it began as a project in the School of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University. Several releases of the tools have been made publically available; the current version is 1.20. PCCTS consists of two tools, ANTLR (Another Tool for Language Recognition) and DLG (DFA-based Lexical analyzer Generator), assorted support files, sample Pascal and C grammars, and full source code. ANTLR is a functional equivalent of YACC (Yet Another Compiler Compiler), which is distributed with most Unix platforms. Both tools generate parsers from a BNF-like grammar description. Similarities and differences are covered under a later section. DLG is a functional equivalent of LEX (Anyone know if this is an acronym?), which is also distributed with most Unix platforms. These tools generate lexical analyzers (scanners) from a set of regular-expression rules. Another tool which is commonly associated with PCCTS is sorcerer, which is a tree parser generator that uses a description grammar similar to that of ANTLR to build tree-parsers (tree walkers).
A PCCTS Tutorial
PRECC eXtended is an infinite-lookahead compiler compiler for context dependent grammars. Specification scripts are in very EBNF with inherited and synthetic attributes allowed.
Ragel compiles finite state machines from regular languages into runnable C code. It allows you to insert function calls at any point in your regular language, and to control the non-determinism in the resulting machines. It understands concatenation, union (the "or" operator), kleene star, subtraction, and intersection, as well as some helpers like "!", "?" and "+". Ragel's finite state machines are closed under all of its operators. This property allows for arbitrary regular lanuages to be described. It can be used to create a parser for any language that is regular.
S/SL is a programming language for constructing compilers. It incorporates sequences, repetitions and selections of actions (statements); input, matching and output of tokens; output of error signals; subprograms (called rules); and invocation of semantic operations.
ScanGen, LLGen, LARLGen are scannner and LL(1) and LALR(1) parser generators introduced in "Crafting a Compiler'' by Fischer & LeBlanc.
Visual Parse++ provides a visual interface which lets any programmer learn and utilize lexing and parsing technology interactively.
Not just a set of C++ wrappers around lex and yacc output, Yacc++ and the Language Objects Library is an O-O rewrite of lex and yacc. Features include grammar classes with inheritance, regular expressions efficiently integrated into LR parsing, and solutions to include files, substring keywords, nested comments, and more.
OO Compiler Compiler written entirely in Eiffel.