The old version of the fast lexical analyzer generator.
flex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognize lexical
patterns in text. This is the old 2.5.4a version, which is no longer
being developed. You should normally choose flex, unless you have
legacy lexer files that do not work with a modern flex.
This product includes software developed by the University of California,
Berkeley and its contributors. The upstream source code can be found at
This is release 2.5 of flex. See "version.h" for the exact patch-level.
See the file "NEWS" to find out what is new in this Flex release.
Read the file "INSTALL" for general installation directives. Peek near
the beginning of the file "Makefile.in" for special DEFS values. On most
systems, you can just run the "configure" script and type "make" to build
flex; then "make check" to test whether
Changes between release 2.5.4 (11Sep96) and release 2.5.3:
- Fixed a bug introduced in 2.5.3 that blew it when a call
to input() occurred at the end of an input file.
- Fixed scanner skeleton so the example in the man page of
scanning strings using exclusive start conditions works.
- Minor Makefile tweaks.
Changes between release 2.5.3 (29May96) and release 2.5.2:
- Some serious bu
flex - fast lexical analyzer generator
flex [-bcdfhilnpstvwBFILTV78+? -C[aefFmr] -ooutput -Pprefix
-Sskeleton] [--help --version] [filename ...]
This manual describes flex, a tool for generating programs
that perform pattern-matching on text. The manual includ
flex-old (2.5.4a-8) unstable; urgency=low
* orphan package. I am not using it, am no longer intre
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged old version of flex, the GNU lexical
Browse inside flex-old_2.5.4a-8_amd64.deb
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