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Semantic is a program for Emacs which includes, at its core, a lexer, and a compiler compiler (bovinator). Additional tools include a bnf->semantic table converter, example tables, and a speedbar tool.
The core utility is the "semantic bovinator" which has similar behaviors as yacc or bison. Since it is not designed to be as feature rich as these tools, it uses the term "bovine" for cow, a lesser cousin of the yak and bison.
To send bug reports, or participate in discussions about semantic, use the mailing list email@example.com via the URL: http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/cedet-semantic
|1. Installation||Installing semantic.|
|2. Overview||Introduce basic concepts.|
|3. Semantic Components||Enumerate all semantic modules.|
|4. Preparing your language for Lexing||Setting up the lexer for your language.|
|5. Preparing a bovine table for your language||Setting up the parser for your language.|
|6. Using the BNF converter to make bovine tables||Using the BNF converter to make tables.|
|7. Compiling a language file with the bovinator||Running the bovinator on a source file.|
|8. Debugging||Debugging bovine tables|
|9. Programming||How to program with a nonterminal stream.|
|10. Deriving the Current Context||How to get the current code context.|
|11. Tools||User Tools which use semantic.|