B19 - NT: bison not finding bison.simple
Fri Sep 4 05:17:00 GMT 1998
Is it not reasonable to set the envionment variables BISON_HAIRY and
BISON_SIMPLE? That's what I did and it works fine. Is there a goal to
minimize/eliminate the use of environment variables?
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> Subject: Re: B19 - NT: bison not finding bison.simple
> On Tue, Sep 01, 1998 at 03:56:23PM -0700, Ryan A. Mapes wrote:
> > Not using the default install location ... instead,
> > Cygnus install is on drive 'D:' under '/usr/local/'
> > Error:
> > bash-2.01$ bison -d splay.y
> > bison: /cygnus/b19/share/bison.simple: No such file or directory
> > Work around:
> > - copy bison.simple to expected location on c:\ drive
> > (create directory /cygnus/b19/share/bison.simple)
> If someone wanted to volunteer and submit a patch to make bison look
> for the share directory via a relative path instead of the precompiled
> one, I'd appreciate it. :-)
> We've recently done a fair amount of work to make gcc work without
> GCC_EXEC_PREFIX. Something similar needs to happen for bison although
> I suspect it'll be much easier in this case...
> Geoffrey Noer
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