Lexical Analyzer Generator for Java

JFlex is a lexical analyzer generator for Java written in Java. It is
also a rewrite of the very useful tool JLex which was developed by
Elliot Berk at Princeton University. As Vern Paxson states for his
C/C++ tool flex: they do not share any code though.

Design goals The main design goals of JFlex are:

* Full unicode support

* Fast generated scanners

* Fast scanner generation

* Convenient specification syntax

* Platform independence

* JLex compatibility

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jflex-1.4.3.tar.bz2 0001188715 1.13 MB over 10 years
jflex.changes 0000002258 2.21 KB about 2 years
jflex-bootstrap.spec 0000005018 4.9 KB about 2 years
jflex-byaccj-utl.patch 0000000542 542 Bytes almost 11 years
jflex-classpath.patch 0000001845 1.8 KB almost 11 years
jflex-javac-no-target.patch 0000000382 382 Bytes almost 11 years
jflex-junit4.patch 0000000478 478 Bytes almost 6 years
jflex-no-cup-no-jflex.patch 0000002098 2.05 KB almost 11 years
jflex.script 0000000473 473 Bytes almost 11 years
jflex.spec 0000004911 4.8 KB about 2 years
jpackage-bootstrap-prepare.sh 0000001410 1.38 KB over 10 years
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