ANTLR4 Tutorial - CSharp Project
If you need help to setup everything you can read the CSharp Setup section of the ANTLR Mega Tutorial
With Visual Studio 2015, and the proper extension, everything is generated when you compile your program, so you don't need to use any specific command.
Instead, if you you want generate the parser and lexer with the ANTLR tool, you can do it just like this.
// to generate parser, lexer and visitor, with the right namespace antlr4 -Dlanguage=CSharp Spreadsheet.g4 -no-listener -visitor -package AntlrTutorial
If you are using the ANTLR tool you must also choose the correct runtime, because they are not all the same. You must use the ANTLR4 Standard Runtime. Otherwise, if you are using the Visual Studio Extension, use the more popular ANTLR 4 Runtime by sharwell.
There are two small differences between the code for a project that uses the extension and one that uses the Java tool. First you may want to change the name of the file
SpreadsheetVisitor.cs since it conflicts with a generated one. Even though the generated one is actually an interface. So you don't need to change the name of the class inside
SpreadsheetVisitor.cs, just the name of the file.
The signature for
SpreadsheetErrorListener.SyntaxError is also slightly different:
// if you are generating the parser with the Java tool change the signature to the following public override void SyntaxError(TextWriter output, IRecognizer recognizer, IToken offendingSymbol, int line, int charPositionInLine, string msg, RecognitionException e)
Other useful links
If you are still stuck with setting things up, these links may save you a tons of time: