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Re: tetex-20011202 and bison-1.30g don't get along

From: Mike Castle
Subject: Re: tetex-20011202 and bison-1.30g don't get along
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 18:06:40 -0800
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Whoops.  Deleted Akim's reply, so replying to myself to at least keep it in
the same thread.

On Mon, Dec 17, 2001 at 04:08:14PM -0800, Mike Castle wrote:
> No obvious problems with bison-1.30e.  This is the first compilation error
> I've encountered with bison-1.30g.

1.30h fails with same error.

I generated a diff of the 1.30[eh] output, but even gzipped, it's 12k.
More than I feel comfortable sending via email.  I'll put it up on the web
in a bit.  Hopefully I'll remember to write the URL before I send this
email.  (If the list owners want it archived, they may to send it out

Out of curiosity, I tried byacc, and it worked fine.  :->


The teTeX source I'm trying to compile is at:


Though it's a bit of a heavy-weight package to install.

Maybe we can get Thomas to generate a small example of the grammar and

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