ragel  7.0.4
About: Ragel compiles executable finite state machines from regular languages (C, C++, Obj-C, C#, D, Java, Go and Ruby). Development version.
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ragel Documentation

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README
                 Colm.Net Suite of Programs
                 ==========================

This package contains the Colm Programming Language, Ragel State Machine Compiler 7.0+, and supporting libraries.

DEPENDENCIES

This package has no external dependencies, other than usual autotools and C/C++ compiler programs.

For the program:

make libtool gcc g++ autoconf automake

For the docucumentation:

  • asciidoc
  • fig2dev

BUILDING

Colm is built in the usual autotool way:

$ ./autogen $ ./configure $ make $ make install

RUN-TIME DEPENDENCIES

The colm program depends on GCC at runtime. It produces a C program as output, then compiles and links it with a runtime library. The compiled program depends on the colm library.

Notes on RUNNING

To find the includes and the runtime library to pass to GCC, colm looks at argv[0] to decide if it is running out of the source tree. If it is, then the compile and link flags are derived from argv[0]. Otherwise, it uses the install location (prefix) to construct the flags.

SYNTAX HIGHLIGHTING

There are vim syntax definition files colm.vim and ragel.vim