|Questions about Yacc (YYMAXDEPTH) srini@synopsys.Synopsys.COM (1991-03-05)|
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|From:||srini@synopsys.Synopsys.COM (Srinivas Raghvendra)|
|Date:||5 Mar 91 04:43:23 GMT|
This is a question about the standard Yacc tool distributed with Unix.
I notice that Yacc uses a #define named YYMAXDEPTH and that this value has
been set at 150.
(1) I notice that even for moderately nested constructs, this seems
insufficient. (I get a Yacc stack overflow). Has anybody else faced
the same problem ?
(2) If the answer to (1) is Yes, what is a reasonable value for
Srinivas Raghvendra, Synopsys, Inc., Mountain View, CA
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