[C2hs] c2hs + language.c
duncan.coutts at worc.ox.ac.uk
Sat Jan 24 15:56:02 EST 2009
On Sat, 2009-01-24 at 21:07 +0100, Benedikt Huber wrote:
> Thanks for considering the patches !
I've pushed them to the darcs repo along with the fix for #11.
> On 24.01.2009, at 19:44, Duncan Coutts wrote:
> > On Sat, 2009-01-24 at 16:57 +0000, Duncan Coutts wrote:
> >> On Wed, 2008-08-20 at 20:49 +0200, Benedikt Huber wrote:
> >>> Hello !
> >>> I've set up a branch of c2hs using Language.C's parser and pretty
> >>> printer.
> >>>> http://code.haskell.org/~bhuber/c2hs
> >>> The branch also fixes a couple of bugs (#6,#8,#9,#12) and, as a
> >>> small
> >>> bonus, implements "enum define" hooks (Bug #5).
> >> I've pulled the changes and I'm just trying to get some tests
> >> running.
> >> You added ./tests/bugs/call_capital/ but I can't seem to make it
> >> work.
> >> It's looking for a "capital.h" but there's no such file.
> Strange, this test works on my system - there should be a file
> Capital.h, and in fact, all files should be named Capital.? (with
> capital C).
Capital.c and Capital.chs both #include "capital.h"
Changing both to #include "Capital.h" makes the test work.
> I'm on a case-insensitive filesystem though (sigh), so maybe some
> darcs confusion.
Ah, that'd explain things.
On that topic, Achim has noticed that c2hs currently converts names like
AG_FunctionFoo into functionfoo rather than functionFoo. I sent another
email about that. If you had a moment to check that over I'd very much
> Could you please review (very small changes) and apply the following
> patches, too ? Just to ensure c2hs will work with the next release of
> language.c as well (stays compatible with 0.3.1).
Ah, sorry, they depend on the patch:
Fri Aug 15 20:09:07 BST 2008 benedikt.huber at gmail.com
* Version.hs: add note that this is a patched version using Language.C
which I did not apply since it didn't make sense for the mainline
Would you mind re-sending the patches after pulling the latest patches
from the mainline c2hs repo?
As for the content of the patches it looks fine. What happened to
> On 24.01.2009, at 19:58, Achim Schneider wrote:
> > 0.16.0 Lingering Completion, in reference to Language.C?
> Oh, very true and a nice pun, but maybe to obvious ?
> I'd like to suggest 0.16.0 'Crystal Seed'.
> It contains a reference to the environment (it's freezing), C would
> have been called Crystal if invented after Perl and Ruby, and finally,
> the seed (the C parser) buried in c2hs made it into a library and back
> into c2hs again. Seriously ;)
Yes it's nice to finally get the C parser back again :-).
BTW, I can't help flinching at names like CDeclExt, CThis, CThat etc
(yes I know they were that way in c2hs originally). Next time you make
an API break would you consider using names designed for qualified
import? like C.DeclExt etc?
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