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    Command:

    bison

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           bison [OPTION]... FILE
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           Bison  is  a  parser  generator  in the style of yacc(1).  It should be
           upwardly compatible with input files designed for yacc.
    
           Input files should follow the yacc convention of ending in .y.   Unlike
           yacc,  the generated files do not have fixed names, but instead use the
           prefix of the input file.  Moreover, if you need to put C++ code in the
           input  file,  you  can  end  his  name by a C++-like extension (.ypp or
           .y++), then bison will follow your extension to name  the  output  file
           (.cpp  or  .c++).   For  instance,  a  grammar  description  file named
           parse.yxx  would  produce  the  generated  parser  in  a   file   named
           parse.tab.cxx,  instead  of  yacc's  y.tab.c  or  old  Bison  version's
           parse.tab.c.
    
           This description of the options that can be given to bison  is  adapted
           from  the  node Invocation in the bison.texinfo manual, which should be
           taken as authoritative.
    
           Bison supports both traditional single-letter options and mnemonic long
           option  names.   Long  option names are indicated with -- instead of -.
           Abbreviations for option names are allowed as long as they are  unique.
           When  a  long option takes an argument, like --file-prefix, connect the
           option name and the argument with =.
    
           Generate LALR(1) and GLR parsers.
    
           Mandatory arguments to long options are  mandatory  for  short  options
           too.  The same is true for optional arguments.
    
       Operation modes:
           -h, --help
                  display this help and exit
    
           -V, --version
                  output version information and exit
    
           --print-localedir
                  output directory containing locale-dependent data
    
           --print-datadir
                  output directory containing skeletons and XSLT
    
           -y, --yacc
                  emulate POSIX Yacc
    
           -W, --warnings=[CATEGORY]
                  report the warnings falling in CATEGORY
    
       Parser:
                  prepend PREFIX to the external symbols
    
           -l, --no-lines
                  don't generate '#line' directives
    
           -k, --token-table
                  include a table of token names
    
       Output:
           --defines[=FILE]
                  also produce a header file
    
           -d     likewise but cannot specify FILE (for POSIX Yacc)
    
           -r, --report=THINGS
                  also produce details on the automaton
    
           --report-file=FILE
                  write report to FILE
    
           -v, --verbose
                  same as '--report=state'
    
           -b, --file-prefix=PREFIX
                  specify a PREFIX for output files
    
           -o, --output=FILE
                  leave output to FILE
    
           -g, --graph[=FILE]
                  also output a graph of the automaton
    
           -x, --xml[=FILE]
                  also output an XML report of the automaton (the  XML  schema  is
                  experimental)
    
       Warning categories include:
           'midrule-values'
                  unset or unused midrule values
    
           'yacc' incompatibilities with POSIX YACC
    
           'all'  all the warnings
    
           'no-CATEGORY'
                  turn off warnings in CATEGORY
    
           'none' turn off all the warnings
    
           'error'
                  treat warnings as errors
    
    
           'none' disable the report
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           Written by Robert Corbett and Richard Stallman.
    
    
    

    REPORTING BUGS

           Report bugs to <bug-bison@gnu.org>.
    
    
    

    COPYRIGHT

           Copyright (C) 2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
           This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
           NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR
           PURPOSE.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           lex(1), flex(1), yacc(1).
    
           The full documentation for bison is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If
           the info and bison programs are properly installed at  your  site,  the
           command
    
                  info bison
    
           should give you access to the complete manual.
    
    
    

    bison 2.4.1 December 2008 BISON(1)

    
    
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