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Re: bison v2.2

From: Akim Demaille
Subject: Re: bison v2.2
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 11:23:15 +0200
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>>> "Oleg" == Oleg Smolsky <address@hidden> writes:

 > I think I have a couple of issues to report :) Given the following
 > command:
 > bison -d -S lalr1.cc -o generated/SomeParser.cpp SomeParser.y

 > I get two files created in my generated/ directory (which is fine):
 > SomeParser.cpp
 > SomeParser.hpp

 > 1) The following files are created in the directory where bison is
 > run (instead of the given output dir):
 > location.hh
 > position.hh
 > stack.hh

This is fixed.

 > 2) newly created SomeParser.cpp contains a #include which has a full
 > path:
 > #include "generated/SomeParser.hpp"
 > (instead of just #include "SomeParser.hpp", which breaks the
 > compilation. After all, .cpp and .hpp files go together and are
 > located in the same dir.)

I have to check about this issue, sorry I forgot.  If it's not fixed,
I'll do it for 2.2.

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