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Re: Purity of yyerror etc.

From: Akim Demaille
Subject: Re: Purity of yyerror etc.
Date: 04 Nov 2002 09:14:59 +0100
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>> | Why not instead pass a single argument that specifies the parsing
>> context?
>> There is no comon set of argument used, plus that's really
>> obfuscation.

Paul> I don't understand this comment.  Why would it be obfuscation?
Paul> It's merely a calling convention.

Yep, I know :)  I'm just saying that introducing all the structs for
the various types of functions, moving people from one place to
another is more agitation than real work.  And after all that's the
job of the compiler.

Paul> There is a problem with the current approach, which may be
Paul> relevant: "configure --enable-gcc-warnings; make check" fails
Paul> due to warnings about unused parameters.  Here's an (edited)
Paul> testsuite.log to illustrate.

Arg, I forgot to re-enable these warnings.  Thanks!  I'm on it.

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