Iain Truskett (spoon@...) wrote:
> Then I hit a wall, left it for a while, and now I can't compile the
> current libsyck. Well, to be precise, I can't compile re2c which
> libsyck now seems to need.
> gcc (GCC) 3.2 20020903 (Red Hat Linux 8.0 3.2-7)
re2c? Really? I'll try compiling with gcc 3.2 under Linux and see what's up.
Send your compiler errors. And let's get this code checked into CVS so
it doesn't get lost.
Aren't there re2c RPMs?
Oh, and libsyck only requires re2c if you're compiling from CVS. I'll
be releasing 0.40 soon, which comes with a generated lexer. In the
meantime, you should be able to compile against 0.35.