|Scanner/Parser Generators Producing C++-Code - SUMMARY email@example.com (1993-06-07)|
|Re: Scanner/Parser Generators Producing C++-Code - SUMMARY firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-06-12)|
|From:||email@example.com (Vern Paxson)|
|Summary:||info regarding using C++ iostreams with flex|
|Keywords:||lex, C++, flex|
|Organization:||Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley CA|
|Date:||Sat, 12 Jun 1993 00:04:59 GMT|
firstname.lastname@example.org (Schmidt Guido) writes:
> Looking for scanner/parser gens producing C++ code? - SUMMARY
> There aren't any freely available. If you modified flex, which already
> produces C++ compatible code, to use C++ I/O, I expect many people would be
> grateful. [John Levine's comment , not Schmidt Guido's - Vern]
Tom Epperly of the University of Wisconsin at Madison has supplied me with
a patch to add using C++ iostreams to flex scanners. This patch will
appear in some form (either as part of the standard scanner skeleton, or
as a contributed file in the MISC/ directory, probably the former) in the
upcoming 2.4 release of flex, which, honestly, is coming out quite soon.
If you don't feel like waiting until 2.4 comes out drop me a line and I'll
email you the patch.
Vern Paxson email@example.com
Systems Engineering ucbvax!ee.lbl.gov!vern
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (510) 486-7504
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