Gnome2: bonobo-activation-1.0.3 and bison-1.75 incompatibility

Jeremy Larner jeremy.larner at dunelm.org.uk
Sun Jan 5 04:16:24 PST 2003


I can't seem to get bonobo-activation-1.0.3 to compile with bison-1.75:

The errors I get are as follows:

Making all in server
make[2]: Entering directory `/usr/src/bonobo-activation-1.0.3/server'
bison -y -d -v ./activation-context-query-parser.y
./activation-context-query-parser.y:158.14-160.13: type clash (`qexp' 
`') on default action
./activation-context-query-parser.y:160.14: parse error, unexpected ":", 
expecting ";" or "|"
./activation-context-query-parser.y:160.50-77: $1 of `expr_variable' has 
no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:160.50-81: $3 of `expr_variable' has 
no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:161.29-56: $1 of `expr_variable' has 
no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:162.56-163.26: $3 of `expr_variable' 
has no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:162.56-163.47: invalid $ value
./activation-context-query-parser.y:162.56-163.47: $5 of `expr_variable' 
has no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:162.56-163.64: $1 of `expr_variable' 
has no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:164.47-165.26: $3 of `expr_variable' 
has no declared type
./activation-context-query-parser.y:164.47-165.66: $1 of `expr_variable' 
has no declared type
make[2]: *** [stamp-parser] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/bonobo-activation-1.0.3/server'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/bonobo-activation-1.0.3'
make: *** [all-recursive-am] Error 2

(I got round it by downgrading to bison-1.35, and then upgrading again...)

As bison-1.75 is now in the CVS version of LFS, would it be worth noting 
this as a workaround, at least until v1.0.5 arives...  Incidently, 
v1.0.4 compiles fine, but I had problems getting Gnome2 to run with it, 
and from the look of the newsgroups, I wasn't the only one...

Can someone confirm that it's not just me?  Would a patch be possible? 
 I'd have a go myself, but I really wouldn't know where to start....


Yours,

Jeremy

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