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[Feature] add support for exclusive states [sf#3] #138

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lsf37 opened this Issue Feb 15, 2015 · 5 comments

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lsf37 commented Feb 15, 2015

Reported by beroset on 2001-09-06 23:12 UTC
JFlex %state keyword only implements inclusive states, but sometimes exclusive states are required for the job.

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Updated by lsf37 on 2001-09-17 11:18 UTC

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Commented by lsf37 on 2001-09-21 21:53 UTC
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I'll propably implement it in the next major version. Do you
have any special situation where you need exclusive states?

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I'll propably implement it in the next major version. Do you
have any special situation where you need exclusive states?

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Commented by beroset on 2001-09-22 01:17 UTC
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The specific application I'm working with is intended to
convert a text file in a specific format to an XML file.
The reason I need exclusive states is that the formats for
the sections of the source text file are completely
different. This thing started out as a C++ application and
except for this one thing, I've had no difficulty porting
using JFlex. I'm not expert in Java yet, but let me know
if I can help.

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Commented by beroset on 2001-09-22 01:17 UTC
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The specific application I'm working with is intended to
convert a text file in a specific format to an XML file.
The reason I need exclusive states is that the formats for
the sections of the source text file are completely
different. This thing started out as a C++ application and
except for this one thing, I've had no difficulty porting
using JFlex. I'm not expert in Java yet, but let me know
if I can help.

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Commented by lsf37 on 2001-10-01 10:53 UTC
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implemented in version 1.3.4

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implemented in version 1.3.4

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