|Subject:||Re: [updated PATCH] %language declaration|
|Date:||Sat, 16 Dec 2006 10:13:34 +0100|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (Macintosh/20061025)|
The C++ skeletons and %destructor seemed to do okay this way, but I don't know the full history there.Yes, but I also think that we should not exaggerate.Exaggerate what? That they did okay? Or the instability of our current directives?
If it wasn't for the language conventions, I would have kept the ".tab" even in the Java output, as I don't like to depart too much from the traditional Bison behavior.My feeling is that the community has already departed... look at Bison's own parse-gram.c and parse-gram.h.
Yes, but the community is still relying on Bison appending ".tab": if Bison started removing ".tab" *on its own*, Automake would break.
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