|author||Explorer09 <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Mar 19 22:13:25 2018 +0800|
|committer||Will Estes <email@example.com>||Tue May 22 16:56:52 2018 -0400|
scanner: Include-guard flexint_shared.h This prevents compiler's "redefinition of typedef" warnings or errors when we could include flexint_shared.h twice, when building flex's own scanner (scan.c) or in the "multiple_scanners" test in the testsuite. (Depending on the compiler's flags this might or might not produce errors, but it's good to guard it anyway.) Fixes: #329 Signed-off-by: Kang-Che Sung <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is flex, the fast lexical analyzer generator.
flex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognize lexical patterns in text.
The flex codebase is kept in Git on GitHub.
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You need the following tools to build flex from the maintainer's repository:
m4 -Pneeds to work; GNU m4 and a few others are suitable
In cases where the versions of the above tools matter, the file configure.ac will specify the minimum required versions.
Once you have all the necessary tools installed, life becomes simple. To prepare the flex tree for building, run the script:
in the top level of the flex source tree.
This script calls the various tools needed to get flex ready for the GNU-style configure script to be able to work.
From this point on, building flex follows the usual routine:
configure && make && make install
This file is part of flex.
This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by Vern Paxson.
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