[antlr-interest] Antlr 2.7.3 problem with LT(1)->getLine()?
Wigg, J D
wiggjd at lsbu.ac.uk
Thu Nov 23 04:32:11 PST 2006
I now need to be able to use non-static character arrays in
productions used recursively to hold source code text passed up from
recursive calls. I assume this is the normal and safest way of dealing
with data from recursive calls.
Up till now I have been using static character arrays and not getting
all of the text.
I currently obtain the appropriate line number for output for which I
use LT(1)->getLine() in printf statements.
However, when using non-static character arrays in productions used
recursively I am now finding that the use of LT(1)->getLine() totally
messes up the piece of text just returned which I want to print (with
the line number).
Is there any obvious reason for this?
I am generating parser in C++ using Antlr 2.7.3
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