Gregory Stark wrote:
Woah, I just realized it's much worse than that. I think the syntax in the
ANSI is not parsable in LALR(1) at all. Note the following:

WITH RECURSIVE foo (a,b) AS (subq) SEARCH BREADTH FIRST BY a,b,c(x,z),d(y,z) AS 
(subq) SELECT ...

To determine whether "c" is the name of a new <with list element> it has to
scan as far ahead as the "," before the "d". Note that "d" here is in fact not
part of the <search clause> at all, it's the name of a second <with list


Can you post the rules you have so far that you're playing around with? (Also maybe the rules from the standard - I don't have a copy handy).



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