[antlr-interest] Error compiling generated C code (possibly 32/64 bit conflict?)
jimi at temporal-wave.com
Tue Jan 20 13:19:05 PST 2009
Andy Grove wrote:
> I installed the ANTLR C runtime (version 3.1.1) and compiled it from
> source successfully on Fedora 10 x86_64 (using the --enable-64bit
> configuration option).
> I also generated C code successfully from my grammar.
> However, when I attempt to compile the generated code I get a lot of
> type conversion errors such as:
> MyLexer.c:1634: error: invalid conversion from 'int' to 'const
> The code that produces this error is:
> /* Transition tables are a table of sub tables, with some tables
> * reused for efficiency.
> static const ANTLR3_INT32 * const dfa31_transitions =
> dfa31_T0, dfa31_T139, dfa31_T171, dfa31_T56, dfa31_T131, dfa31_T36,
> dfa31_T27, dfa31_T147, dfa31_T149, dfa31_T125, dfa31_T170,
> I am using g++ (GCC) 4.3.2 20081105 (Red Hat 4.3.2-7).
Are you trying to compile it as C++ code? Did you use:
-I/usr/local/wherantlris and of course run 'make install' Looks like
perhaps it hasn't picked up the header files. make sure you read the
example in the docs.
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