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Lee
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Parser source?

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Hi,


It seems there are missing source files for the 1.3 parser. How long has this been the case, and when will it be fixed?

Thanks.

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Re: Parser source?

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Lee wrote:Hi,


It seems there are missing source files for the 1.3 parser. How long has this been the case, and when will it be fixed?

Thanks.

Can you be more specific?
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Re: Parser source?

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Hi JFJ,

Checking out the parser from the repo, I immediately get about 80 errors for unresolved variables/types. The source files for ExpressionLexer, ExpressionParser and ExpressionParserTypes are missing, and the last update was around February this year.

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Re: Parser source?

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Lee wrote:Hi JFJ,

Checking out the parser from the repo, I immediately get about 80 errors for unresolved variables/types. The source files for ExpressionLexer, ExpressionParser and ExpressionParserTypes are missing, and the last update was around February this year.

If I remember correctly, you need to run antler and it will build those classes from the expressions.g file (or something like that)
I save all my Campaign Files to DropBox. Not only can I access a campaign file from pretty much any OS that will run Maptool(Win,OSX, linux), but each file is versioned, so if something goes crazy wild, I can always roll back to a previous version of the same file.

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Re: Parser source?

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Ah, now I see it had a grammar file tucked inside the package.

Thanks for the point-out JFJ :)

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