YACC, Bison, lex, flex Modes for emacs

"Tom Hampton" <hampton@ksu.edu>
8 May 1997 21:41:14 -0400

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From: "Tom Hampton" <hampton@ksu.edu>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,comp.emacs
Followup-To: comp.compilers
Date: 8 May 1997 21:41:14 -0400
Organization: Kansas State University
Keywords: tools, yacc, lex

Howdy all-

After searching for a mode for the above, I found bison-mode.el which
many of you have probably found as inadequate as I did. I am
seriously considering writing Emacs major modes for the above
languages. I would like to open up a discussion of the desired
features of these modes. I don't want to limit anybody's brainstorms,
please feel free to wish away. Whatever the consensus is for a feature
set, I will do my best to implement.

I am cross-posting this message to comp.compilers and comp.emacs for
the obvious reason that I wanted to catch as many interested parties
as possible. However, the entire thread probably does not need to be
cross-posted to both groups. Does anyone have a preference as to
which group to continue the discussion? Both groups seem equally
appropos to me.

My e-mail may be changing in the near future. So, you may send
replies to this address if you wish (at your own risk :-), but I would
advise keeping them in the newsgroups until I sort out a new e-mail
address. At that point if the discussion seems lively enough, I may
set up a mailing list, to conserve bandwidth, and keep from annoying
uninterested parties.

'nuf said.

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