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Flex/Bison.... Compiler? Are You OK With It?

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Hi, I have all most fully completed my compiler and RaPiD Script... I have used Flex and Bison... But this makes you need to have .DLL file(s) to run programs compiled with Flex/Bison... Would you be OK with this? I am wondering how many commercial compilers uses Flex/Bison and Stackly Links the .DLL(s) files? Thanks, Andrew P.S. Things might be Spelled wornge... I don''t have time to look it over... Thanks

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If you use opengl, your program links to a lib that connects to opengl32.dll.

If you write a program for win32, you link to a lib that connects to kernel32.dll.

Corman Lisp has a distributable dll that your lisp programs connect to.

It will be ok.

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Flex and Bison do not require you to distribute any DLLs with your software. They just produce source code which you integrate into your project. I expect you have a specialised derivative of Flex and Bison.

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humm maybe later I will see something differnt... RIght now items complied with Flex/Bison under windows you mst have a .DLL....

And thx''s for the commects...

I will use it...

Thanks,
ANdrew

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There''s a cygwin version that probably requires a cygwin DLL for unix compatability. There''s probably native versions as well.

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