Re: How to use flex/bison with an inverted flow of control?

Clint Olsen <clint@0lsen.net>
30 Dec 2005 22:18:02 -0500

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From: Clint Olsen <clint@0lsen.net>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 30 Dec 2005 22:18:02 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
References: 05-12-049 05-12-061 05-12-069
Keywords: parse, tools

On 2005-12-24, RLake@oxfam.org.uk wrote:
><http://www.hwaci.com/sw/lemon/index.html>
>
> I can't vouch for its reliability, but it's certainly open source (public
> domain, in fact).


We've used it in a number of large projects at my work, and it works
great. The grammar syntax is a little different, but other than that
it is quite easy to use. Some of it's advantages over bison have
eroded as bison continues to evolve (albeit at the pace of an
iceberg). Having the choice to start a new project from scratch, I
would likely use Lemon again unless I needed GLR support.


-Clint



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