|Desperately seeking PD lex source email@example.com (1990-11-26)|
|Re: Desperately seeking PD lex source firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-11-28)|
|Re: Desperately seeking PD lex source L.Parkes@comp.vuw.ac.nz (1990-12-03)|
|Re: Desperately seeking PD lex source markz@ssc.UUCP (1990-11-30)|
|From:||markz@ssc.UUCP (Mark Zenier)|
|Organization:||SSC, Inc., Seattle, WA|
|Date:||30 Nov 90 22:36:49 GMT|
In article <windy.659791615@strange>, email@example.com (Andrew John Stuart Miller) writes:
> >[... What's wrong with flex? -John]
> [Minix only provides 64K text, 64K stack and data]
If source code compatiblity isn't a problem, there is Charles Forsyth's
Lex aka Decus Lex. Someone ported it to the DeSmet C, a version 7
small model compiler.
It is available from the C Users Group Library as disks 172 and 173.
C User's Group, 2601 Iowa St., Lawrence KS 66046 (913) 841-1631.
It also was available from The Austin Code Works, firstname.lastname@example.org,
although I think they dropped it out of their catalog in favor of flex.
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