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When converting a source file into a nonterminal token stream
(parse-tree) it is important to specify rules to accomplish this. The
rules are stored in the buffer local variable
While it is certainly possible to write this table yourself, it is most
likely you will want to use the BNF converter (see See section 6. Using the BNF converter to make bovine tables.)
This is an easier method for specifying your rules. You will still need
to specify a variable in your language for the table, however. A good
rule of thumb is to call it
language-toplevel-bovine-table if it
part of the language, or
if you donate it to the semantic package.
When initializing a major-mode for your language, you will set the
semantic-toplevel-bovine-table to the contents of your
semantic-toplevel-bovine-table is always buffer
Since it is important to know the format of the table when debugging , you should still attempt to understand the basics of the table.
Please see the documentation for the variable
semantic-toplevel-bovine-table for details on its format.
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