[zeromq-dev] gsl details
kevinsapper88 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 13 19:50:19 CEST 2016
OK, I just thought a little bit harder ;)
src/mlm_proto.xml includes a second xml files: <include filename =
"license.xml" />. Where filename is a relative path from the current
working directory. Thus if you execute gsl from project root directory
it is not able to find the src/license.xml.
But from project root you can run make code.
On Mi, Apr 13, 2016 at 7:44 , Matjaž Ostroveršnik
<matjaz.ostroversnik at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> Thanks for fast reply. I believe it is not problem with tabs.
> The same command in src folder succeeds, while one folder above, but
> with proper reference to the xml file it fails.
> My assumption is that gsl takes "instructions" from some default
> place, unless it is explicitly stated. And I do not know this
> Best regards
> On 13.4.2016 19:36, Kevin Sapper wrote:
>> Hi Matjaž,
>> without being able to take a closer look now, GSL does not like tabs
>> at the beginning of the line.
>> Am 13.04.2016 6:16 nachm. schrieb "Matjaž Ostroveršnik"
>> <matjaz.ostroversnik at gmail.com>:
>>> Hi veterans,
>>> I am trying to understand how gsl woks. Yes I read the instructions
>>> gsl mlm_proto.xml
>>> executed from malamute/src folder
>>> properly generates mlm_proto.c and mlm_proto.bnf in the current
>>> gsl src/mlm_proto.xml
>>> executed from one folder above produces
>>> GSL/4.1c Copyright (c) 1996-2016 iMatix Corporation
>>> gsl/4 I: Processing src/mlm_proto.xml...
>>> (zproto_lib.gsl 99) Undefined expression: class.load_file (...)
>>> obviously gsl gets some additional input from files in current
>>> 1. Which files are those?
>>> 2. Can I explicitly state where to take this file from?
>>> 3. What the following command is supposed to do? (explanation of
>>> gsl -topdir:.. -zproject:1 -q mlm_proto.xml
>>> Thanks in advance
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