[antlr-interest] gunit failing on update to ANTLR 3.3
parrt at cs.usfca.edu
Mon Jun 6 16:52:26 PDT 2011
hi guys. at a conference for another day or two. if no response this
week, ping me!
a simple grammar / gunit test that fails should yield a quick fix :)
On Jun 6, 2011, at 4:47 PM, Simon Marchi wrote:
> I also have experienced some strange behavior with gunit, although it
> is the first time I use it. I sent a message about this on May 20
> and have seen one or two other on the same subject. I would really
> like a follow-up on this !
> On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 08:32, Jasper Floor <jasperfloor at gmail.com>
>> Dear All,
>> I have a small DSL for the company I work for. I have used gunit to
>> make some tests. I also have my own tests next to this but operating
>> on a higher level.
>> I recently made a small change to the language and decided to update
>> Antlr to the latest version.
>> Unfortunately most of my (g)unit tests broke.
>> The reason in one case is that the following test (the first test in
>> the file for whatever that is worth):
>> "$1=#1;" OK
>> Does not return OK. The output says parsing stopped at character 4.
>> Tracing through the generated junit code I found out that the return
>> value is not OK but the AST. So the test should pass with OK.
>> This isn't consistent however. Or rather. FAIL seems to work and
>> some AST pass.
>> All tests pass with antlr 3.2. They also pass my own test suite which
>> tests at a higher level from gunit.
>> This implies a problem with gunit.
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