Sorry for a long delay in answering this question. It may be too
late to help, however...
I recommend using the cedet 1.0 most recent beta and the wisent
parser. This will be more forward compatible, and handles the "new
grammar" case much more gracefully.
In the BNF case, you can press "C-c C-c" which compiles the file
down into another Emacs Lisp file. I seem to remember that you
need to write out the .el file ahead of time with the apropriate
template from a "skel" file that was in the tar file.
>>> "Siver Andrey" <siver@...> seems to think that:
>After "M-x semantic-bnf-to-bovine" and inputing "BNF file" "dg.bnf" =
>error occurs: 'wrong type argument: listp, "dg.bnf"'.
>I use semantic 1.18, Xemacs 21.4 for Windows.
>----- Original Message -----=20
>From: Siver Andrey=20
>Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 11:58 AM
>Subject: NEWBIE: what to do after creating bnf-file?
>I'm a newbie for semantic and for Xemacs. I created bnf-file (for my =
>language) but got into trouble what should I do then? How to create "the =
>lisp table" from .bnf source?=20
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