[ragel-users] Bypass "previously defined" errors?
thurs... at cs.queensu.ca
Fri May 23 01:27:36 UTC 2008
Sorry I keep missing you on the IRC channel. I check it about once daily
but you're usually logged out by the time I connect to the screen session.
Could you give a bit more information about the use case? I haven't
heard of anyone needing to do this before. Is it because you've got some
stock ragel parser and you want to specialize it to some task by
> I have a set of Ragel files that all include a common Ragel file;
> sometimes I want to include one Ragel file in another, but I get the
> "fsm previously defined" error. Is there any way to ignore the
> warnings and run Ragel successfully? Or is there any way around this?
> Maybe even allow definitions to be overwritten or reassigned in a
> future release?
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