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OpenZz is an interpreted dynamic parser which is well-suited to rapid development of parsing solutions, starting from rapid language prototyping to full-fledged compilers. OpenZz is a dynamic LALR(1) parser which allows its grammar to be modified and extended by commands written in its own language as well as through functionality provided by external libraries. It is implemented as a C library and exports C-bindings, so it can be joined with other code libraries both by static linking and runtime module loading.

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  •  26 Jun 2002 18:23

    Release Notes: The syntax 'when delete scope' is now available, and may be used to remove lexical data types (tags) when syntax types get out of scope. It is necessary to allow type redefinition. Three new functions were added: zz_get_error_number(), zz_get_param_stack_depth(), and zz_lex_remove_tag(). The function zz_lex_add_new_tag was changed. The dynamic lib extentions ABI was changed, and loading is now fixed. Now the init function is named zz_ext_init(). A bug present in gcc-2.96-98 compiling avl.c was worked around.

    •  09 Apr 2002 13:22

      Release Notes: The 'pop void rule' bug has been worked around. The RPM .spec file was updated.

      •  18 Mar 2002 15:02

        Release Notes: This release breaks binary compatibility for new tag adding fun. RH7.x compilation problems were fixed. An RPM spec file was added. Real consts now default to float instead of double for better backward compatibility. The tag_of syntagma was added.

        •  07 Feb 2002 18:19

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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