March 22, 2007synchronized keyword
I am working on a LALR grammar for D. The grammar will be a complete grammar as per DMD 1.009. I am almost done, and will publish it sometimes tomorrow. But the synchronize keyword is the cause of a great (~ 40) number of shift-reduce conflicts. And it's because synchronized is both defined as a strorage class, ans used as the start of the synchronized statement. My questions are: Is synchronized still a storage class, or was it left there in the grammar, after the synchronized statement has been created ? Can i eliminate synchronized as a storage class ? Thanks
March 22, 2007Re: synchronized keyword
Posted in reply to Carlos Smith
: : Can i eliminate synchronized as a storage class ? : Well, the token is processed by parse.c, and ther is a function isSynchronized( ) which is used in declaration.c. So, it looks like synchronize can be used both as a storage class and as a keyword for the synchronize statement.