Tac Anti Spam from Surrey Forum Skip to content Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Register Login Information The requested topic does not exist. That should have been taken care of when you installed gcc. Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:43 pm Post subject: Lex error in C++ Sample LexYacc_1 Project Ok, I have cygwin bison and flex installed. Is there a precompiled binary port for windows?
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Thank you, Andrew J. Publishing images for CSS in DXA HTML Design zip What happens if one brings more than 10,000 USD with them into the US? lex token.l make: lex: Command not found make: *** [lex.yy.c] Error 127 make: Leaving directory `/cygdrive/c/Documents and Settings/user/My Documents/NetBeansProjects/LexYacc_1' make: *** [.build-conf] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/cygdrive/c/Documents and Settings/user/My Documents/NetBeansProjects/LexYacc_1' Try exporting a FLEX variable pointing to your lex-compatible lexical analyzer generator. --strk; On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 11:08:36AM -0600, David Bitner wrote: > Here's the error that I am
BruceWilkinson New Member I'm working through Intrusion Detection With BASE And Snort tutorial (http://www.howtoforge.com/intrusion_..._base_snort_p3) on Ubuntu. Right now bison is installed in the snorttemp/bison-2.3 directory (see article). With a fairly modest python script, you could even have a simple Tk GUI front end. Byacc download and install flex 3.
EDIT: I your makefile above, change the reference to yacc to say bison -y instead. C++ delete a pointer (free memory) Specific word to describe someone who is so good that isn't even considered in say a classification Name spelling on publications Why do people move I don't know how to refine oil, but I still enjoy driving a car. I apologise for my lack of programming knowledge, I suck, I know, but I'm extremely grateful for any help!
Visit: Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC - 5 hours [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group Make: Yacc: Command Not Found Leer -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Compiling-cdecl-and-c%2B%2Bdecl-for-cygwin--tp18404720p18404720.html Sent from the Cygwin list mailing list archive at Nabble.com. -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html Documentation: http://cygwin.com/docs.html FAQ: http://cygwin.com/faq/ Follow-Ups: Re: I was able to make and make install LIBPCAP. I guess I didn't mention (because he gives this example on his site), but a simple example of running it would be: $ cat militia.txt | ./nec -s We have 1
No need to apologize for that! http://forums.netbeans.org/ptopic24067.html USB in computer screen not working When does bugfixing become overkill, if ever? Lex: Not Found Forum Statistics Discussions: 53,605 Messages: 284,258 Members: 91,761 Latest Member: ok ny Share This Page Tweet Howtoforge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials Home Forums > Linux Forums > HOWTO-Related Questions > Flex: Command Not Found Andy Cowell's Necromunda Page (http://www.cowell.org/~andy/min/nec/) I tried to compile this code using gcc and cc but I got the following error: [email protected]:~/apps/e$ ls Makefile main.c nec.lex nec.y necro.h [email protected]:~/apps/e$ gcc Makefile
If you are lucky, there won't be any missing libraries and everything will work fine. StukaAugust 2nd, 2005, 06:09 PMAh yes, that worked. I'm not alone! So far I've only managed to get it to run by typing the following: cat militia.txt | ./nec -h out.html But when I type that, the output is not in a Undefined Reference To `pcap_lex'
It looks like lines that start with a "#" are comments. Many Thanks… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Name * Email * Sponsors Latest Articles WEMO Application Not Detecting LED Bulbs TokuDB Google Cloud Install: Starting MySQL… ERROR! I'm curious whether you can make some sense of what it does with gang data, what needs to be input, etc. It's at the same level as libpcap.
He wrote the front end using flex and bison (which are the GNU equivalents of Lex and YACC) so that the data you feed the program is actually a formal language Bison It's sort of an application to deal with gang statistics. (If you didn't know, Games Workshop make, primarily, table-top wargames) I'm not certain what this program does, I'm trying to find No, it seems to be more in line with standard UNIX programs that read from standard input and write to standard output.
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When I execute make, I get the error shown below. However, I'd appreciate if any kind soul would like to help me in my quest to make this program run! I can't say I'm very familiar with things like pipes. If you look at the file, "militia.txt", that is the format of the data that the program will accept.
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