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Re: a probalem with Bison

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Re: a probalem with Bison
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 15:12:34 -0700
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josephus <address@hidden> writes:

> I can now parse 3 tokens.  the ID token is an error.  The grammar
> says it is not....  the exprssion in the grammar is OWN INTEGER ID
> this fails when ID is presentd.  So I need to decode the tables.

Sorry, I can't debug this without more-detailed information.  You have
sent me some details before, but I couldn't quite follow them and/or
reproduce the problem.  Perhaps you can try again.  It's important to
have a complete, self-contained test case that illustrates the

> I can see where we write the data files. But I need a specification to
> explain how the tables are used.

Unfortunately, there is no external specification for how Bison
behaves internally.  The only specification is the Bison source code
itself.  So if you want to proceed in this way, you'll have to look
at the source code.

> I have been working on the debug verison of bison.

If you haven't already upgraded, please use:


I've asked the GNU FTP upload gurus to copy it to here, but it's not
there yet:


Here is the MD5 checksum:

47e84c977910be6e136ee6b4bf4967c7  bison-2.0b.tar.gz

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