JFlex 1.4.3 is a maintenance release, fixing all know bugs of version 1.4.2.
More information is available from http://jflex.de
JFlex 1.4.1 is a maintenance release, fixing all know bugs of version 1.4.
The long awaited new stable version 1.4 of JFlex has been released.
JFlex is a mature, fast lexical analyser generator for Java. It is to Java was flex is to C.
New features in JFlex 1.4 include:
a new, very fast minimization algorithm,
a new --jlex option for strict compatibility to JLex,
support for even larger scanners (up to 64K DFA states),
faster character classes,
a new %apiprivate switch that causes all generated and skeleton methods to be made private,
user defined javadoc class comments,
turning off %eofclose if it was turned on previously (e.g. by %cup),
and a number of internal enhancements.... read more
Version 1.4_pre5 is a bugfix release that rectifies two issues introduced in 1.4_pre4.
- fixed misaligned internal error message codes in generated code
- fixed unicode escapes in generated javadoc class comment
Thanks to Eric Ford and Raphael Petit for spotting these immediatly.
JFlex 1.4_pre4 is a bugfix and maintenance release. It is also the first release candidate for JFlex 1.4.
All reported bugs except #421495 have been fixed. Most of the requested feautures have been implemented (see the changelog for more information).
This is a prerelease of the upcoming version 1.4. It contains mainly bugfixes.
A first version of the XEmacs major mode for JFlex has been released today.
It is derived from java-mode and supports syntax highlighting of JFlex keywords and Java code in actions.
JFlex 1.3.5 has been released. It's a bugfix release. Changes from 1.3.4 to 1.3.5 are:
- fixed all bugs reported for version 1.3.4.
- implemented feature request #459014: vim syntax file.
- should run out-of-the-box with JDK 1.1 again.