From: Stuart Sutherland (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 03 2002 - 08:21:14 PDT
I was not making a formal proposal, I was voicing an opinion as part of the
ongoing discussion on this thread.
At 09:33 AM 5/2/2002, Michael McNamara wrote:
>Stuart Sutherland writes:
> > Precedence: bulk
> > All,
> > It seems to me that many of these issues could be resolved if the 1364
> > committee published an official errata that as a minimum made white
> > in @(*) illegal, e.g. @( * ). I do not believe there are any examples of
> > having white spaces in any of the text of the LRM, so publishing this
> > errata would not violate any thing. It would be a textual
> clarification to
> > the BNF--something that is done a lot already.
> > The errata could also state that @* area @(*) are single tokens, which I
> > understood was the intent.
> > Personally, I think @(*) should be made illegal as well. It is not
> > and as this thread has shown, is difficult to implement. Making that
> > change may be more than can be done as an errata--I don't know if
> there are
> > any IEEE guidelines on what is or is not errata.
>Do I have a second for the motion?
Stuart Sutherland Sutherland HDL Inc.
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