CUP(1) General Commands Manual CUP(1)NAME
cup - LALR parser generator for Java(tm)
cup [options] <file
This manual page documents briefly the cup command. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but may be used by
others), because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in HTML format; see /usr/doc/cup/man-
OPTIONS -package name
specify package generated classes go in [default none].
specify parser class name [default "parser"].
specify name for symbol constant class [default "sym"]
put non terminals in symbol constant class.
number of conflicts expected/allowed [default 0].
compact tables by defaulting to most frequent reduce.
don't warn about useless productions, etc.
don't print the usual summary of parse states, etc.
don't propagate the left and right token position values.
print messages to indicate progress of the system.
-time print time usage summary.
produce a human readable dump of the symbols and grammar.
produce a dump of parse state machine.
produce a dump of the parse tables
-dump produce a dump of all of the above.
SEE ALSO jlex(1), javac(1).
The author of CUP is Scott E. Hudson <http://www.cc.gatech.edu/gvu/people/Faculty/Scott.E.Hudson.html>. This manual page was written by
Vincent Renardias <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system.
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JFLEX(1) General Commands Manual JFLEX(1)NAME
jflex - a lexical analyzer generator (also known as scanner generator) for Java
jflex <options> <input-files>
JFlex is a lexical analyzer generator (also known as scanner generator) for Java(tm), written in Java(tm). It is also a rewrite of the very
useful tool JLex. JFlex is designed to work together with the LALR parser generator CUP, and the Java modification of Berkeley Yacc
BYacc/J. It can also be used together with other parser generators like ANTLR or as a standalone tool.
OPTIONS -d <directory>
write generated file to <directory>
use external skeleton <file>
--switch, --table, --pack
set default code generation method
--jlex strict JLex compatibility
skip minimization step
don't create backup files
--dump display transition tables
--dot write graphviz .dot files for the generated automata (alpha)
display generation progress messages (default)
display errors only
--time display generation time statistics
print the version number of this copy of jflex
--info print system + JDK information
print this message
This manual page was written by Wolfgang Baer <WBaer@gmx.de>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
October 2005 JFLEX(1)
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I want to calculate CUP Utilization and Memory Utilization on solairs boxes.
Please help me to write a script for this, since i am doing this manualy for more than 30 servers daily.
My daily task is
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I want parse it first time then remember last position (as byte for example)
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