R-alpha: gram.c

Andrew Gallatin (gallatin@isds.duke.edu)
Fri, 22 Mar 1996 13:12:50 -0500 (EST)


From: Andrew Gallatin <gallatin@isds.duke.edu>
Message-Id: <199603221812.NAA14644@davinci.isds.duke.edu>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 1996 13:12:50 -0500 (EST)
To: r-testers@stat.math.ethz.ch
Subject: R-alpha: gram.c


It seems that src/main/gram.c is being distributed.  Is this
intentional?  

0.3 failed to build on my alphas because of type mismatches for the
malloc & realloc declarations in gram.c.  Simply letting yacc produce
gram.c from gram.y cleared up the problem.

Perhaps the clean phase of the src/main/Makefile.in should rm gram.c?
I've appended a patch to do just that....

Drew

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*** src/main/Makefile.in_dist	Fri Mar 22 12:52:16 1996
--- src/main/Makefile.in	Fri Mar 22 12:52:49 1996
***************
*** 79,89 ****
  
  clean:
  		@echo cleaning in main
! 		@-rm -f R R.binary R-Image *core *.o
  
  realclean:        
  		@echo making realclean in main
! 		@-rm -f R R.binary R-Image *core *.o
  
  
  dataentry.o:	dataentry.h
--- 79,89 ----
  
  clean:
  		@echo cleaning in main
! 		@-rm -f R R.binary R-Image *core *.o gram.c
  
  realclean:        
  		@echo making realclean in main
! 		@-rm -f R R.binary R-Image *core *.o gram.c
  
  
  dataentry.o:	dataentry.h
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