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On 2013-09-30 18:50:21 -0400, Lv Zheng wrote:
I took a look at the Makefile you are using. It seems the problem
is that the "--defines" is not supported by the traditional yacc. I
can see you are using .ORDER and empty touch to solve issues that
can be solved by --defines.
So my question is: 1. Shall we still support traditional yacc?
We tried hard not to break POSIX Yacc support for maximum
compatibility. In fact, I believe all *.y files were written for
POSIX Yacc and '-y' option was used for Bison to emulate POSIX Yacc.
GNU did not take over the world yet. ;-)
2. Are there any better way other than using the ugly empty
I don't know if there's any easy way, unfortunately.
BTW, "-o/dev/null --defines=..." looks more hackish to my eyes but it
may be just me. :-p
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