can't pull parse strings - BUG?

Jason jason2... at
Mon Feb 5 18:51:18 UTC 2007

Great! Strings now work.

However :-(

I added in rules to distinguish between integers and floats (reals).

	# Numbers
	digit+ => {
		ret_tok (TK_Integer); fbreak;

	digit+'.' digit+ => {
		ret_tok (TK_Real); fbreak;

Those were OK but I also want to recognize numbers separated by commas
(e.g. 1,299 and 1,299.987).

So I added these rules

	digit{1,3} (',' digit{3})+ {
		ret_tok (TK_Integer); fbreak;
	digit{1,3} (',' digit{3})+ '.' digit+ {
		ret_tok (TK_Real); fbreak;

But this reports the following error:

ragel pullscan.rl | rlcodegen -G2 -o pullscan.c
gcc -pedantic -Wall -O3 -g -c -o pullscan.o pullscan.c
pullscan.rl: In function 'scan':
pullscan.rl:1: error: 'act' undeclared (first use in this function)
pullscan.rl:1: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
pullscan.rl:1: error: for each function it appears in.)
make: *** [pullscan.o] Error 1

Any ideas?


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