YACC-compatible parser generator - development library
Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts a
grammar description for an LALR(1) context-free grammar into a C
program to parse that grammar. Once you are proficient with Bison, you
may use it to develop a wide range of language parsers, from those used
in simple desk calculators to complex programming languages.
This package provides the liby.a file including functions needed by
This package contains the GNU Bison parser generator.
See the file INSTALL for generic compilation and installation
Bison requires GNU m4 1.4.6 or later. See:
Bison supports two catalogues: one for Bison itself (i.e., for the
maintainer-side parser generation), and one for the generate
* Changes in version 2.5 (2011-05-14):
** Grammar symbol names can now contain non-initial dashes:
Consistently with directives (such as %error-verbose) and with
%define variables (e.g. push-pull), grammar symbol names may contain
dashes in any position except the beginning. This is a GNU
extension over POSIX Yacc. Thus, use of this extension is reported
bison (1:2.5.dfsg-2.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Add "Conflicts: liby-dev (= 1:2.5.dfsg-1)" to libbison-dev to ensure
that this version that should never have existed gets dropped from
user's systems. Closes: #645038
-- Raphaël Hertzog <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 25 Nov 2011 11:35:14 +0100
bison (1:2.5.dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Rename liby-dev to lib
2011-05-14 Joel E. Denny <email@example.com>
* NEWS (2.5): Set date.
-*- outline -*-
* Header guards
From Franc,ois: should we keep the directory part in the CPP guard
Authors of GNU Bison.
Bison was written primarily by Robert Corbett.
Richard Stallman made it Yacc
Bison was originally written by Robert Corbett. It would not be what
it is today without the invalu
This package was debianized by Vincent Renardias firstname.lastname@example.org on
Mon, 10 Feb 1997 01:52:36 +01
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