>>> David Ponce <david.ponce@...> seems to think that:
> >>On an another subject, did you get a chance to check if wisent-dot
> >>works with my latest changes to wisent-dot files (posted in
> >>"Auto-generation of lexical analyzers for cogre .dot files")? If so,
> >>can I commit them?
> > They do not. (The blocks don't seem to be grabbed and their contents
> > parsed. If you check in the changes, I would like to investigate to
> > experiment more with the new goodies.
>I finally got the support file for .dot files ;-)
>FYI, it seems that the link in wisent-dot.el is no more valid. After
>googling a little, I got it from this address:
>After applying your suggested patch to the dot syntax table, I did a
>quick test on cogre/test.dot with my modified wisent-dot.el,
>wisent-dot.wy, and re-generated wisent-dot-wy.el, and obtained the
>following parse tree:
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That's good. I'll have to update the help. Now that it is at att,
perhaps someone will accept my patch. ;)
It could be I do not have enough of your new stuff. CVS update this
morning was so slow I had to cancel. I hope I it isn't related to my
new computer, ip address, and versions of whatever. Perhaps when I
successfully update I too will enjoy happy parsing.
Last time I updated, I found I had to do a "make clean" before a
rebuild, and I had to run make twice for your changes to bootstrap in
properly. I'm still a couple features away from a Beta 2 release so
hopefully a dist rebuild is ok.
>It seems to me that the dot parser works well. However it looks like
>an overrode `semantic-tag-components' is missing to correctly define
>overlays in child tags.
I will investigate when I next synchronize.
>Anyway, I checked-in the new wisent-dot.el and wisent-dot.wy files so
>you can play with them ;-)
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