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Bison FAQ C++ entry is obsolete?

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Bison FAQ C++ entry is obsolete?
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 22:25:08 -0800
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twlevo <address@hidden> writes:

> yyrhs and yys shadows a parameter gcc warning there.
> ./configure --enable-gcc-warnings
> make
> make maintainer-check

Thanks.  This should be fixed in the current CVS.

> few protofiles need update, 

Sorry, what's a "protofile"?

> Q5 in the FAQ about c++ is possibly quite outdated now.

Yes, quite possibly it is.  Thanks.  I'll CC: this to bug-bison,
where the C++ experts can tell me what's wrong with Q5.

For the record, here's Q5's current contents.  How can it be improved?

Q5.  Will Bison ever have C++ support?

A5.  Yes, it's in the works.  Things are very chaotic right now, but
     what little information floats around is posted to the bug-bison
     mailing list.  If you're interested in testing C++ support when
     it becomes available, please consider subscribing to the list,
     especially if you are willing to beta test other releases as

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