This project contains everything is needed to support Kotlin as a target for ANTLR. It means:
- the Kotlin target: this is a plugin for the ANTLR code generator that produces lexers, parsers, and listeners
- the Kotlin runtime library: this is a multi-platform library needed to run the lexers and parsers
Because we produce multi-platform code and a multi-platform runtime, the code written using the Kotlin target for ANTLR can run on the JVM (including Android), in the browser, and natively on Mac, Windows, Linux, and iOS.
The project should be considered experimental. Several parsers have been implemented and work so far using this target but not all the features are complete and well tested.
Using ANTLR-Kotlin with Gradle
ANTLR-Kotlin is accessible on Maven & Gradle through Jitpack. In jitpack basically you can use every commit or tag as a version number. You can find recent versions on the Jitpack page for ANTLR-Kotlin.
In older versions of this Plugin (antlr-kotlin-plugin <0.0.5), the configuration was applied by the plugin. Starting from version 0.0.5, you have to apply the configuration manually:
The Kotlin target
The Kotlin target is a plugin for the ANTLR generator. It should be added to the classpath used to run the ANTLR Tool.
You will simply need to specify the language to be
The Kotlin runtime library
This project contains the runtime for the Kotlin target of ANTLR. This runtime is built as a multi-platform project running on the JVM, JS, and Kotlin/Native platforms.
You will need to use ANTLR 4 and the Kotlin target to generate ANTLR Lexers and Parsers in Kotlin.