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Syngen: is a tool for generating syntax diagrams from BNF. The diagrams
        are using the LaTeX picture mode and can therefore be integrated
        in every LaTeX2e document.

Version: 0.4, but fairly stable

Author: Jens Kl"ocker (kloecker@springer.de)

Contents: src/            -- the complete source code for syngen
          bin/            -- two compiled versions:
          bin/linux-elf/   - one for Linux in ELF format
          bin/bytecode/    - and one bytecode program, executable
                             only with cslrun
          doc/            -- the users manual (dvi, ps)

Status: Freeware, but if you find it useful please write a nice
        postcard to me: Jens Kl"ocker
                        Gro"se Ringstra"se 27
                        69207 Sandhausen 
                
Installation
------------

1. If possible pick up a binary from bin/ and copy it to a 
   appropriate position -- that's all. At this time there is
   only one for Linux in ELF binary format. If you like, you
   can also use the manpage src/syngen.m and install it.

2. If you don't find a binary for your system, you can use 
   either the ready compiled bytecode program together with
   cslrun or compile syngen for your system:

       edit src/Makefile
       make native (for the native code version)
       make install

Caml Special Light
------------------

Caml Special Light (CSL) was an experimental ML implementation, written
at INRIA, France, by Xavier Leroy. It is now obsolete -- the 
new system is Objective Caml.

However, you should still get a version of CSL from INRIA. Look at

  host: ftp.inria.fr
  directory: lang/caml-light

Direc­to­ries

Name Notes
bin
doc
src

Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 1660 1996-11-17 01:00:00

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syn­gen – A tool for gen­er­at­ing syn­tax di­a­grams from BNF

A tool for gen­er­at­ing syn­tax di­a­grams from BNF. The di­a­grams use the LaTeX pic­ture mode and can be in­cluded in any LaTeX2ε doc­u­ment.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion0.4
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerJens Klöcker
Topics di­a­grams
syn­tax of com­puter sci­ence con­structs
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