[build2] Yacc module?
boris at codesynthesis.com
Tue Nov 12 13:29:55 UTC 2019
Joachim Kuebart <joachim.kuebart at gmail.com> writes:
> quick question: are you going to be at MeetingC++ later this week? It
> would be a great opportunity to catch up.
No, unfortunately I won't be there (had too much travel for the year
with the WG21 meeting and then CppCon).
> 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.
Great. We've been doing quite a bit of work on build system modules
on our side. You may want to check/sync with the latest changes in
the libbuild2-hello module (which, BTW, has moved):
> > 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.
Sorry, I meant illegal as in build2 not allowing package nesting.
I still think it's a good idea to do this. Perhaps keep it in the same
repository but just next to libbuild2-yacc and libbuild2-yacc-tests?
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