> byacc -l parse.y
> sed -f parse.sed y_tab.c > parse.c
> In Windows, the byacc's result is called y_tab.c but in *NIX
> it's y.tab.c as
> I remember.
My yacc produces y.tab.c on Windows as well.
> Neil and me use the same byacc 1.9, but in different platforms.
> It's interesting to know if the procedure has varied for FB2.
> :-) :-) :-)
No, it's still the same.
> Seriously, I'm concerned if the sed script is 100% valid for FB2.
Not 100% sure, but the generated parse.cpp is compiled succefully (after a
couple of manually inserted #defines).