|Which bison tools for C++ email@example.com (Alain Coetmeur) (1998-01-14)|
|Re: Which bison tools for C++ firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert Trevellyan) (1998-01-16)|
|From:||"Alain Coetmeur" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||14 Jan 1998 14:47:28 -0500|
|Keywords:||C++, yacc, question|
In the old time, when i was young, I've hacked flex (2.3... remember)
and bison(1.21...old isn't it?) to generate C++, publishing the free
flex++/bison++ package... I is stable but frozen, since I can no more
develop on it.
nowaday these package are based on obsoleted version of
flex/bison... flex 2.5 have a C++ support, that is good as I've heard.
but I've never heard of a widely used C++ bison-like system...
I've heard of andrew bison-A...
does anybony know such product, that should better be:
- widely used
does this exist...
are ther any commercial product widly used ?
visual Parse ?
This is to update the response I make to people that
ask me about flex++/bison++...
thank in advance.
Alain Coetmeur. Informatique-CDC , mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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