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1999-10-23

1999-10-23 06:52:07 by Fredrik Hübinette (Hubbe) <hubbe@hubbe.net>

lexer now accepts really really large numbers :)

Rev: src/block_alloc.h:1.13
Rev: src/configure.in:1.325
Rev: src/language.yacc:1.128
Rev: src/las.c:1.93
Rev: src/las.h:1.22
Rev: src/lexer.h:1.8
Rev: src/modules/Gmp/configure.in:1.8
Rev: src/opcodes.c:1.48
Rev: src/pike_memory.c:1.49
Rev: src/pike_memory.h:1.12
Rev: src/stralloc.c:1.70
Rev: src/stralloc.h:1.37

5:   \*/      /* -  * $Id: pike_memory.h,v 1.11 1999/03/11 13:44:36 hubbe Exp $ +  * $Id: pike_memory.h,v 1.12 1999/10/23 06:51:31 hubbe Exp $    */   #ifndef MEMORY_H   #define MEMORY_H
59:   #include "block_alloc_h.h"   #define MEMCHR0 MEMCHR    - /* Prototypes begin here */ + /* Note to self: Protoptypes must be updated manually /Hubbe */   int pcharp_memcmp(PCHARP a, PCHARP b, int sz); -  + long pcharp_strlen(PCHARP a);   INLINE p_wchar1 *MEMCHR1(p_wchar1 *p,p_wchar1 c,INT32 e);   INLINE p_wchar2 *MEMCHR2(p_wchar2 *p,p_wchar2 c,INT32 e);   void swap(char *a, char *b, INT32 size);
95:    char *from,    INT32 fromlen,    INT32 offset); + char *debug_xalloc(long size);    - /* Prototypes end here */ -  +    #undef BLOCK_ALLOC      #endif