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Sun, 30 Sep 2007 08:09:21 +0200
Le 30 sept. 07 à 03:03, Joel E. Denny a écrit :
It seems convenient to be able to write scripts such as:
bison --report=all --xml test.y
xsltproc `bison --print-datadir`/xslt/xml2xhtml.xsl test.xml >
I wrote the following patch to implement --print-datadir, but I
yet committed it. Does anyone see a better way to do this?
Perfect with me.
By the way, I combine --report=all and --xml to get the full report
format, but why should the .output file be generated at the same time?
If you are saying that --report changes the output of --xml,
then I think this is a misfeature. It is to maintain compatibility
that --report was introduced, but it was meant to be related to
the *.output only. In the case of XML, every bit of information
should always be output IMHO.
- --print-datadir, Joel E. Denny, 2007/09/29
- Re: --print-datadir,
Akim Demaille <=