[build2] Yacc module?
joachim.kuebart at gmail.com
Mon Nov 11 06:51:42 UTC 2019
quick question: are you going to be at MeetingC++ later this week? It
would be a great opportunity to catch up.
I'm back but haven't been able to make time for working on the yacc
module yet. Still planning to get it to a usable state though.
On Fri, 20 Sep 2019 at 19:45, Boris Kolpackov <boris at codesynthesis.com> wrote:
> Joachim Kuebart <joachim.kuebart at gmail.com> writes:
> One thing that we should probably do sooner rather than later is move
> OpenBSD's yacc implementation to a separate package/repository (currently
> it is a "sub-package" of the libbuild2-yacc package which is strictly
> speaking illegal).
Why do you think it's illegal? I can't find anything in either the MIT
or OpenBSD licences that would prevent such mixing-and-matching. All
files derived from OpenBSD have their own licence header, and I could
also add that licence to the main licence file. Do you still think it
should be broken out?
> I am also wondering if it would be a good idea to rename the package
> and executable to openbsd-yacc since we may end up with several yacc's
> (and maybe a bison) and theoretically different dependencies of the
> same package may require different yacc's.
That's definitely a good idea and I'll do the renaming next time I work on this.
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