From: M. S. Kiledjian <skiledjian@ho...> - 2004-08-05 14:53:59
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<P>Dear Friends at MinGW,</P>
<P>I am working with a legacy code in C that is supposed to read plain ascii file, scan/parse it using the standard UNIX "lex" and "yacc" C code generators (which I know nothing about).</P>
<P>My question is, are there versions of these file parsers for windows?</P>
<P>And how to create object files of these and link them with the existing code ?</P>
<P>Can you please help?</P>
<P>I'd appreciate your response in advance,</P>
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From: John Gaughan <john@jo...> - 2004-08-05 15:25:33
M. S. Kiledjian said:
> My question is, are there versions of these file parsers for windows?
This link is a good start: http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/
It looks like they have a version of lex but not yacc. Anyway, it is a
very good set of utilities to have when working in the Windows shell
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Yes, I think the functions are imported too. I checked for the strings in libvfw32.a.
Compiling goes well if I edit the VFW.H, but linking doesn't. I have no idea
where to get the .def files. Do I need to extract them from the the VFW32.DLL
with DLLTOOL? Never done any library 'conversion' stuff before.
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