Berkeley Yacc (byacc) is a reimplementation of the Unix parser generator Yacc, originally written by Robert Corbett in 1990, designed for compatibility with Yacc. Due to its liberal license and because it was faster than the AT&T Yacc, it quickly became the most popular version of Yacc. It has the advantages of being written in ANSI C and being public domain software.
- GNU Bison - an earlier free software replacement for Yacc, sharing the same author as Byacc
- Doug Brown; John Levine; Tony Mason (October 1992), lex & yacc (2 ed.), O'Reilly Media
- John Levine (August 2009), flex & bison, O'Reilly Media
- "Berkeley Yacc". "...support for reentrant code, which has evolved in byacc to the point where it can be compared and tuned against bison."
- Berkeley Yacc Change log, see entry "2010-06-07 Andres.Meji"
- Project home page for an ANSI C version
- 1993 latest release by Berkeley sha1 sum- 8e8138cdbc81365447c518c03830a59282b47a6e
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