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"bad address" warning
- To: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: "bad address" warning
- From: Thomas Capricelli <capricel at yalbi dot com>
- Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 20:45:35 +0200
- Organization: Yalbi
- Reply-To: capricel at yalbi dot com
Under windows 98 :
typing "bison" tells me
"no grammar file given" -> ok
typing "bison file.y" tells me
I've been looking in all FAQ and mailing-list archives I've found but
I still don't understand this message when I use the latest cygwin
I've tried a lot of things
re-download full2.exe from ftp and reinstall.
give it some more args ( -L .. )
Change the file (i've got 5/6 .y to parse with bison here)
don't now 'p' arg
the generated file doesn't compile
don't know how to get the .h
I'm using successfully all other cygwin tools ( flex, gcc..)
I don't even know if "bad addess" is a common dos/windows message telling me
that the file is corrupt, or if it's really bison complaining.
Thomas Capricelli <email@example.com>
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