Parse error on '#'
remko.troncon at cs.kuleuven.be
Sat Jun 25 08:38:21 EDT 2005
> Can anyone tell what's going on here ?
I found out that it was CPP generating #line directives on top of its
output. I am probably using a newer version of GCC than the one with
which GHC was compiled, and it doesn't pass enough flags to the
preprocessor (i guess it should pass -P). Is there an easy way to
pass extra flags to the preprocessor ? I can't just use -F pgmF cpp,
there's probably more to it, right ?
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