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Re: [ITP] trie-gen 1.1
On Tue, 23 Sep 2003, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 06:21:24PM -0400, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> >I've just managed to build trie-gen (part of libg++) for separate
> >packaging. Trie-gen generates a minimum-prefix trie for a set of keywords
> >(essentially a trie counterpart for gperf).
> This can't be a coincidence, right? I just asked for something like this
> over in cygwin-developers.
> Did you find this through google? libg++ is pretty ancient.
Well, sort of. I suggested tries in reply to Corinna's message just
before I got yours, and a Google search for "gperf" turned up "trie-gen"
for me. Finding a reasonably recent source was quite another story.
I couldn't get the autoconfed stuff to work anyway -- I think they
targeted the older autotools, and I'm not that autotool-savvy. In any
case, I think it'd be useful in the meantime for building Cygwin.
Does anyone know of a newer version? Maybe even one that's still under
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