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Re: How do you use Lout?

From: W. L. Estes
Subject: Re: How do you use Lout?
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 08:50:31 -0400

> The most common complaint I've heard from people who use Lout as
> part of a larger system is the difficulty in knowing how many
> runs it will take to resolve cross references.  Just running it
> six times seems overkill, and very slow, but there is no way to
> predict how many runs it will take, and no indication given that
> it has converged, even when it has.  Of course, there are good

lout outputs a message for each unresolved cross reference when it
finds one. if one counts the number of such messages, at some point,
either the count is zero or does not change from the immediately
preceding value of the count. In each case, would it be correct to
assume that all cross references have been resolved?


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