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Re: [cdt-dev] Re: Nightly Builds

Hi Joe,

Yes I do plan on adding support for K&R C function declarations.  Are there
K&R things other than the function declarations that are not parsing
properly?  For now I was just planning to fix up the parsing of this sort
of thing:

int some_function (foo, bar)
     int foo;
     char bar;

This should be an easy fix to add to the parser (Bug #7541).
I'll have to track down a K&R C reference to find out if there are other
things ubiquitous enough to focus on.

  Jeff Turnham
  Linux Application Development
  IBM Toronto Lab, D2-328
  (905) 413-4319

                    Joe deBlaquiere                                                                                 
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I'm working from the GTK version (can't tolerate the ugliness of Motif).
  So far it seems to be working quite well. Built generally nicely (some
complaints about deprecated APIs). Lauched fine (last night's cpp.ui
wouldn't load). Can create hello world, can import a project from CVS
and set it's mode to C/C++.

I know I'm going in twenty directions at once, but is there a standard
test process / test suite?

I did notice that it doesn't want to parse objects from old K&R code
(and neither do I!). I'm using ttcp.c as one of my test programs (from
the ttcp SRPM). I'll go poke in Bugzilla and see if it's already noted...

I'm also somewhat confused on how to kick off the debugger. When I click
the bug icon, it brings up the "Select Launcher" dialog. Everyhting in
there looks like Java stuff. Perhaps you could point me in the right

and under 'properties', what's the difference between "Launch
Configuration" and "Launcher"...

turnham@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> The code in CVS now compiles and runs for the 20020321 Stable Eclipse
> Driver.  I've tested this only with the Motif driver.  I'll be trying the
> GTK and Windows drivers out shortly.
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>   Jeff Turnham
>   Linux Application Development
>   IBM Toronto Lab, D2-328
>   (905) 413-4319
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Joe deBlaquiere
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