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non port: head/devel/llnextgen/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 1

Fri, 17 Jan 2014
[ 17:33 danilo ] Original commit 
340087 devel/Makefile
340087 devel/llnextgen
340087 devel/llnextgen/Makefile
340087 devel/llnextgen/distinfo
340087 devel/llnextgen/pkg-descr
340087 devel/llnextgen/pkg-plist
- Add new port devel/llnextgen

LLnextgen is an Extended-LL(1) parser generator. It is a rewrite of the LLgen
parser generator by D. Grune and C.J.H. Jacobs which is part of the Amsterdam
Compiler Kit (ACK). Like all parser generators, LLnextgen takes the description
of the grammar with associated actions as input, and generates a parser routine
for use in compilers and other text processing programs.

PR:		ports/185458
Submitted by:	Oleksii Tsai <oleksii.tsai@googlemail.com>

Number of commits found: 1

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