From: Shalom Bresticker (Shalom.Bresticker@motorola.com)
Date: Sun Oct 27 2002 - 08:06:51 PST
>Originator: Shalom Bresticker <Shalom.Bresticker@motorola.com>
file_path_spec is used in library declarations,
A. Whereas in library_declaration BNF, it appears simply as
file_path_spec, it appears as <file_path_spec> in include_statement.
There does not seem to be any reason for the angle brackets.
B. The production file_path_spec ::= file_path appears to serve no
useful purpose. The two appear to be synonymous. file_path seems to be
used only here.
C. The NOTE following Syntax 13-2 starts,
"The file_path uses file system-specific notation to specify an absolute
or relative path to a particular file or set of files."
Yet it talks about "/". Is that really common to all systems?
D. Related to errata/99 about library keywords, note that "incdir" can
be used only as "-incdir", and the "-" may only be followed by "incdir",
making it even less of a "general" keyword.
E. Can there be white space between "-" and "incdir"?
F. There should be examples of use of "-incdir" and of "include".
G. See related issues 99, 135.
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