Date: 2001-04-09 07:49:53
> I don't know how to setup flex/bison to make it possible to create two
> parser instances without having multiply defined symbols. If anyone knows
> how to do this, I'm all ears.
Note that the following information is from a book, "Lex and Yacc", by
Levine et. al., 1990/1992 (1995 printing). I've never actually used these
Multiple parsers: bison supports the "-p" flag, which changes the prefixes,
and causes other variables used internally by the parser to be either
renamed or made static/auto. Also with bison, you can put %pure_parser in
the definition section -- this will create a reentrant parser (no global
vars), but the interface to yylex(), etc. is different -- see the docs.
Multiple lexers: I'd check to see if flex supports something like Bison
does, above. It did *not* as of the writing of this book, but this book is
old :). The authors recommend either a sed script for changing the names
(called from the makefile), or a bunch of preprocessor #define's at the
beginning of the grammar:
#define yylex xyzlex
(This book also lists all variables that need to be renamed for flex 2.3.7)
Hope this helps...
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