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Re: PATCH: cp/parse.y -> cp/cp-parse.in


>>>>> "Ziemowit" == Ziemowit Laski <zlaski@apple.com> writes:

> Also, having cp/cp-parse.in instead of cp/parse.y in the FSF tree
> will allow the C++ front-end to become more "isomorphic" (pardon my
> group theory) to the C front-end.  Bringing the C and C++ front-ends
> closer together in this way should not only reduce the ongoing
> maintenance burden, but also make it easier to switch over to a
> unified front-end in the future.

FYI, work is proceeding on a new recursive-descent parser for C++;
hopefully the yacc parser won't be around much longer.  Certainly it will
go away before the frontends are unified.  You folks should probably take a
look at the cp-parser-branch.

Jason


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