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Error in the example? #1

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pietercolpaert opened this Issue Nov 26, 2011 · 6 comments

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pietercolpaert commented Nov 26, 2011

When trying to perform

bison -d calc.y

It returns: calc.y: fatal error: "lalr1.php": %defines is not implemented for PHP

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Just omit "-d".

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scfc commented Nov 26, 2011

Just omit "-d".

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pietercolpaert Nov 26, 2011

Thank you very much!

Been looking at this for quite some time now. I'm clearly not a bison expert :)

pietercolpaert commented Nov 26, 2011

Thank you very much!

Been looking at this for quite some time now. I'm clearly not a bison expert :)

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No problem; on the contrary: As this is experimental alpha code, I prefer getting notified of potential bugs that are not bugs than getting no feedback at all :-).

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scfc commented Nov 27, 2011

No problem; on the contrary: As this is experimental alpha code, I prefer getting notified of potential bugs that are not bugs than getting no feedback at all :-).

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pietercolpaert Nov 27, 2011

Alright :)

I have been looking at some parser generators. As the parser I need to build is not very complex I've decided to go for "lime" (a lemon clone for php) instead.

I love your work though!

pietercolpaert commented Nov 27, 2011

Alright :)

I have been looking at some parser generators. As the parser I need to build is not very complex I've decided to go for "lime" (a lemon clone for php) instead.

I love your work though!

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pietercolpaert Nov 27, 2011

Just for the record: when installing I came across some problems:

  1. I needed to install autopoint

The error message was cryptic enough to make me search for 20 minutes ;)

  1. configure.ac:25: version `UNKNOWN' doesn't follow Gnits standards

I've had to create some .tarball-version files. Not sure which one did the trick.

pietercolpaert commented Nov 27, 2011

Just for the record: when installing I came across some problems:

  1. I needed to install autopoint

The error message was cryptic enough to make me search for 20 minutes ;)

  1. configure.ac:25: version `UNKNOWN' doesn't follow Gnits standards

I've had to create some .tarball-version files. Not sure which one did the trick.

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scfc Nov 30, 2011

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These are probably related to Bison at large. Setting up a development environment for Bison is cumbersome, but of course the idea for end users is to use proper releases which are still very far on the horizon :-).

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scfc commented Nov 30, 2011

These are probably related to Bison at large. Setting up a development environment for Bison is cumbersome, but of course the idea for end users is to use proper releases which are still very far on the horizon :-).

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