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> I'm fairly sure (might be wrong) that the current versions
> of GCC have merged the C and C++ parsers.
The C parser was rewritten in gcc 4.1, and I *think* its still separate from the C++ parser.
You missed the point
Posted Mar 28, 2008 22:25 UTC (Fri) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
Yes. It's not separate from the *Objective C* parser.
(The similarity is that, like the C++ parser, the C parser has now made
the transition from bison to a hand-rolled parser.)
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