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Fri, 19 Nov 2004 03:01:31 +0100
In the current version of
see that you # undef YYRHSLOC right after its use in glr.c.
I'm not sure this is a good idea. In my code, I prefer to put the
main work of YYLLOC_DEFAULT into a function since its a bit longish
(and runtime of the function call doesn't seem to be an issue). The
new change breaks this since my YYLLOC_DEFAULT macro just expands to
a function call, and the function body is outside the places where
YYRHSLOC is defined.
Any chance to undo this change, or another suggestion how to solve
Frank Heckenbach, address@hidden
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- undefining YYRHSLOC,
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