|Re: [Xtext] ZUnassigned Rule Call not Allowed [message #57539 is a reply to message #57411]
||Mon, 13 July 2009 13:32
| Sven Efftinge
Registered: July 2009
In parser rules it is not allowed to call other parser rules without |
assigning the outcome to something. There's only one exception, which we
refer to as unassigned rules calls.
They have a special semantic (see documentation
http://www.eclipse.org/Xtext/documentation/0_7_0/xtext.html and search
I think the analysis is not correct here, since it is only a datatype
rule you are referring to, which shouldn't be a problem. Could you
please file a bugzilla?
But for now, you'll have to either embed the curly brace directly into
the rule (that is what we usually do) or the rules have to become
terminal rules (i.e. you add the 'terminal' keyword).
Helko Glathe schrieb:
> A part of my grammar is as follows:
> Line :
> SectionOpen :
> SectionClose :
> Here, SectionClose is marked as an error, saying that:
> "Multiple markers at this line
> - Cannot change type twice within a rule
> - An unassigned rule call is not allowed, when the 'current' was already
> What is wrong here?
> Regards, Helko
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