From: Robert Elliott (robert.elliott at domain alphyra.ie)
Date: Thu 09 Aug 2001 - 13:25:54 IST
kevin lyda wrote:
> flex is a drop in replacement for lex. you probably won't find lex
> for linux since it's from at&t - unless you find a sco system with it.
> so use flex (there should be a /usr/bin/lex link to it when it's
> installed - use the rpm). the drop in replacement for yacc is bison or
> you can use berkeley yacc if you want - they're both syntactic parsers.
> it integrates well with f/lex.
Couldn't find the damn RPM, but a quick 'ln' and all was well. I also
needed bison to compile it, but that was easy to get. Even using a
mobile phone as a modem.
Unfortunately, neither installed man pages, and the in-tar documentation
could be most generously described as 'shite'. So I still haven't a
fucking clue what they're for, other than compiling mygnokii. Time to go
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