simonmar at microsoft.com
Tue Sep 14 04:59:26 EDT 2004
On 13 September 2004 17:44, Frank-Andre Riess wrote:
> this is my first post on this list. I'm quite new to using Haskell
> (started in July), so my question might be somewhat trivial, but I
> still hope you can help me out.
> At the moment our project - a parser for a type language - consists
> of the following modules:
> Parser (from a Happy source file) - uses Lexer and IntermediateSyntax
> Main - uses Parser
> When compiling using ghc, I get the following error:
> Parser.o(.text+0x10fc5): In function `r1fgN_entry':
>> undefined reference to `DataziTuple_Z77T_con_info'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> I neither know the function `r1fgN_entry' nor
> `DataziTuple_Z77T_con_info'. So what is it?
The compiler has generated intermediate code which uses a 77-tuple, but
unfortunately the libraries don't contain code for 77-tuples (we only go
up to 62-tuples).
This is kind of a known bug, occasionally tickled by Happy-generated
If you're not generating your parser with 'happy -agc', then that should
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