jflex 1.4.3-1 source package in Ubuntu


jflex (1.4.3-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream (bug fix) release
  * Fixed dangling symlink in usr/share/ant/lib (Closes: #538063)
  * Bumped Standards-versions to 3.8.2 - no changes required.
  * Bumped to debhelper version 7.
  * Fixed spelling errors.
  * Corrected section to java.
  * Corrected some paths in debian/rules and debian/docs.

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jflex: lexical analyzer generator for Java

 It is also a rewrite of the very useful tool JLex which was developed
 by Elliot Berk at Princeton University. As Vern Paxon states for
 his C/C++ tool flex : They do not share any code though.
 JFlex is designed to work together with the LALR parser generator CUP
 by Scott Hudson, and the Java modification of Berkeley Yacc BYacc/J
 by Bob Jamison. It can also be used together with other parser generators
 like ANTLR or as a standalone tool.