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Re: Bison's semantic parsers

From: Hans Aberg
Subject: Re: Bison's semantic parsers
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2000 20:18:50 +0200

At 19.53 +0200 0-10-10, Akim Demaille wrote:
>I really meant is that ``free software people'' in general tend to
>stick to C.  I have no knowledge about the FSF promoting or
>criticizing C++.  I'm sorry I wrote ``FSF''.

One reason to not use C++ is that it might screw up the software for use in
other C-programs.

>I plan to equip Bison with obstacks which are some kind of
>equivalent.  Surely string is more pleasant.  But I'm not sure we
>should use C++ for Bison.  But why not.  If Richard agrees, we could
>do that.  But *not* the next release.

So it gather it requires some thinking, to be put onto the future.

>>> http://www.lrde.epita.fr/people/akim/download/Corbett.tz2
>I've added two other files:
>http://www.lrde.epita.fr/people/akim/download/corbett-phd.ps.bz2 14M
>which contains all the tiffs in a single PS file, and the following
>one for lucky owners of Duplex printers: send it as is to the printer,
>and it will print it as a booklet (i.e., cut in the middle of the
>stack, then bind).
>corbett-phd-booklet-duplex.ps.bz2 14M
>tz2 stands for tar.bz2.  Option `I' in GNU Tar.

Sorry, my MacOS software does not handle bz2, only tar, bar, gz, Z and such
more traditional stuff -- and because of lack of hard disk space, I had to
throw out my Mach2.5/4.4BSD, so I do no have the gnu tar either. And the
other files (14 MB) are getting too big to be picked down with a 56 KB

-- I wrote the Berkely dept, asking about available in other formats.
Pix-maps is both strange and silly. Let's see what they can come up with.

  Hans Aberg

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