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rlgen-java

Langue: en

Version: August 2008 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

rlgen-java - code generator for Ragel State Machine Compiler

SYNOPSIS

rlgen-java [options] file

DESCRIPTION

This is a backend component of Ragel. This program accepts a machine compiled by the frontend program ragel(1) and generates Java code.

Use it with the frontend option -J.

OPTIONS

-h, -H, -?, --help
Display help and exit.
-v
Display version information and exit.
-o file
Write output to file. If -o is not given, a default file name is chosen by replacing the suffix of the input. For source files ending in .rh the suffix .h is used. For all other source files a suffix based on the output language is used (.c, .cpp, .m, .dot)
-T0
Generate a table driven FSM. This is the default code style. The table driven FSM represents the state machine as static data. There are tables of states, transitions, indicies and actions. The current state is stored in a variable. The execution is a loop that looks that given the current state and current character to process looks up the transition to take using a binary search, executes any actions and moves to the target state. In general, the table driven FSM produces a smaller binary and requires a less expensive host language compile but results in slower running code. The table driven FSM is suitable for any FSM.

CREDITS

Ragel was written by Adrian Thurston <thurston@cs.queensu.ca>. Contributions to Java code generation by Colin Fleming.

SEE ALSO

ragel(1), rlgen-cd(1), rlgen-ruby(1), rlgen-dot(1), re2c(1), flex(1)

Homepage: http://www.cs.queensu.ca/~thurston/ragel/

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