|Summary:||Qmake manager, parse error in system call function|
|Product:||kdevelop||Reporter:||Rui L. Pires <rlpires>|
|Latest Commit:||Version Fixed In:|
Description Rui L. Pires 2007-05-04 10:01:27 UTC
Version: 3.4.1 (using KDE 3.5.4, compiled sources) Compiler: Target: i586-mandriva-linux-gnu OS: Linux (i686) release 2.6.17-6mdv Version: 3.4 branch, svn export of 03/May/07, 16h00. A system call fails to be correctly parsed when the instruction to be passed to the shell contains more than just a trivial command; pipe and dot-comma are examples of items that cause the parsing to fail (qmake however executes correctly.) Examples: OK: var = $$system( command ) not OK: var = $$system( command1 | command2 ) var = $$system( command1 ; command2 )
Comment 1 Andreas Pakulat 2007-05-04 12:36:22 UTC
Are you sure thats really what you've got in your .pro file? The above works here with a bugfix I have for 144377 and 144987. I will commit that one later today to svn. I'll cc this BR so you can then retry wether it also fixed your problems with the system command.
Comment 2 Andreas Pakulat 2007-05-04 12:40:31 UTC
SVN commit 660991 by apaku: Fix a few parser issues: 1. Correctly parse 1-character-long variable values 2. Don't choke on multiline-values that don't have whitespace at the beginning of the line 3. Allow EOF at the end of a variable assignment, instead of just newline BUG:144377 BUG:144987 CCBUG:145009 M +5 -4 qmake.ll M +27 -0 qmake.yy M +124 -119 qmake_lex.cpp M +183 -142 qmake_yacc.cpp M +3 -2 qmake_yacc.hpp
Comment 3 Rui L. Pires 2007-05-04 17:22:11 UTC
I can confirm that an svn export of 04/Apr/07, 14h00, solved this problem as well. Thanks for the patches, I'll set this as resolved.