Ticket #3 (new defect)

Opened 6 years ago

Last modified 6 years ago

Happy GLR back-end uses FiniteMap

Reported by: didier.garcin@… Owned by:
Priority: minor Component: Haskell back-end
Version: 2.4b Keywords:
Cc:

Description (last modified by bringert) (diff)

I intend to build an Ada 2005 parser for fun, first and probably to automaticly generate C and C++ bindings for Ada and certainly others projects if I succeed. I have been seduced by BNF Converter to do this job. I'm yet really familar with Haskell but I have motivation enough to learn.

In fact, I have some trouble to compile generated Haskell code from BNFC. It seems BNFC, designed to operate in collaboration with an old Data library because a FiniteMap? import appears in generated code. But FiniteMap? is now obsolete and it doesn't seem having a corresponding Data Type in Haskell 6 even not Data.Map. So, what is the procedure to adopt in order to build Test executable ? Is there a round-trip ?

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Changed 6 years ago by bringert

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