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Re: Dynamic token kinds

From: Akim Demaille
Subject: Re: Dynamic token kinds
Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2018 11:08:48 +0100

Hi Frank!

> Le 22 déc. 2018 à 21:12, Frank Heckenbach <address@hidden> a écrit :
> Sorry, now I seem to be the one to have trouble using your patch:
> - I guess the right thing is to clone the repository,

Yes, it is.

> but
>  unfortunately git is quite data hungry and I'm a bit short on data
>  volume (no broadband in my new appartment yet, and mobile data is
>  paid in gold here in Germany),

Ouch.  We're lucky in France, that's very cheap.

> so I could only do it on a server
>  on which I have access (in the hope of running "make dist" or so
>  to get it to my machine then), but after downloading >100 MB (like
>  I feared), bootstrap failed with lots of warnings and errors (the
>  server is still running jessie, which I can't change, guess that's
>  too old to bootstrap bison).

I don't think so, but I don't actually know.

> I suppose I could ask you to send me a "dist" archive for testing
> now, or if only "data" files need changes compared to 3.2.2, post
> those, but for testing future changes, that's not a very nice
> workflow. Is there any better way?

Please find the tarball here:


The best way would be to provide tarballs directly from my
GitHub repo.  After all, it's already running travis for the
tests, it can easily build tarballs.  However, I don't know
how to expose them, I don't think there is a free
(as in beer) way to do that.  If you have an idea, I'll take it!

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