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Bison release-candidate version 1.75f available

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Bison release-candidate version 1.75f available
Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 19:45:22 -0800 (PST)

A new release-candidate version of GNU Bison is available.
It fixes the bugs reported recently in bug-bison
(archived in <http://mail.gnu.org/pipermail/bug-bison/>).
Please let <address@hidden> know if you run into any other bugs.
Please send the output of "make check".

If this version seems to work, we plan to release it as Bison 1.875;
the idea is that we are asymptotically approaching Bison 2.0.

Here are the URLs and SHA1 checksums:


6de685450416ae7e8e71abe13015e6d3eea6f11d  bison-1.75f.tar.bz2
8ca2408e6e96eb164c4b95d1f61c7972ad11343c  bison-1.75f.tar.gz

Changes in version 1.75f:

* In Yacc-style parsers YYLLOC_DEFAULT is now used to compute error
  locations too.  This fixes bugs in error-location computation.

* Bison now uses a Yacc-style format for conflict reports, e.g.,
  "conflicts: 2 shift/reduce, 1 reduce/reduce".

* Bison now warns if it detects conflicting outputs to the same file,
  e.g., it generates a warning for "bison -d -o foo.h foo.y" since
  that command outputs both code and header to foo.h.

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