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Documentation bug

From: Derek M Jones
Subject: Documentation bug
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 16:34:44 +0000


Section 7.1 of bison.info gives an example
of how typedef names can be redefined.

For the given example (involving foo, far, lose) to
be semantically correct the subsequent definitions
need to be in a different scope, e.g.,

typedef int foo, bar, lose

   static foo (bar);
   static int foo (lose);

If the three lines occur in the same scope there is
a constraint violation.


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