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Reverted p_error() API

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1 parent ff91f50 commit c2859fc7e21abb2450cbbf8701bdbc59a16d3529 @dabeaz committed Apr 26, 2012
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@@ -2452,9 +2452,6 @@
is called with the offending token as an argument. However, if the syntax error is due to
reaching the end-of-file, <tt>p_error()</tt> is called with an
argument of <tt>None</tt>.
-An optional second argument containing the instance of the parser
-that's running is also passed to <tt>p_error()</tt> which may be
- useful in panic-mode recovery described below.
Afterwards, the parser enters
an "error-recovery" mode in which it will not make future calls to <tt>p_error()</tt> until it
has successfully shifted at least 3 tokens onto the parsing stack.
@@ -2545,7 +2542,7 @@
-def p_error(p, parser):
+def p_error(p):
print "Whoa. You are seriously hosed."
# Read ahead looking for a closing '}'
while True:
@@ -2560,7 +2557,7 @@
-def p_error(p, parser):
+def p_error(p):
print "Syntax error at token", p.type
# Just discard the token and tell the parser it's okay.
@@ -2591,7 +2588,7 @@
-def p_error(p, parser):
+def p_error(p):
# Read ahead looking for a terminating ";"
while True:
tok = parser.token() # Get the next token
@@ -2604,11 +2601,10 @@
-<b>Compatibility note:</b> Defining <tt>p_error()</tt> with two
-arguments was first supported in Ply-3.5 and is only needed if you
-need to manipulate the associated parser during error handling.
-A lot of PLY code uses a single argument which will continue to work
-for now.
+Keep in mind in that the above error handling functions,
+<tt>parser</tt> is an instance of the parser created by
+<tt>yacc()</tt>. You'll need to save this instance someplace in your
+code so that you can refer to it during error handling.
<H4><a name="ply_nn35"></a>6.8.3 Signaling an error from a production</H4>

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