> Yes, in CVS those directives can be found. But not in CVS snapshots
> or in releases. So this shouldn't be a problem if people are using
> those.
> >these are put automaticaly by re2c. it is invoked with full path in make
> >file, so it generates #line-s with full path.
> >non-developers really do not need these #line directives and developer
> >recreate them by remaking c from re.
> >so the best solution is to remove #line-s from the c file in cvs.
> I don't think it's necessary. If someone is getting PHP from CVS they
> just have to run ./genfiles to get rid of the #line directives.

hmm. i didn't know this eighter. then everything is ok :)

> Maybe this should be mentioned at http://bugs.php.net/anoncvs.php page?
> (why would some non-developer get his PHP 4 from CVS anyway? :)

there is at least one reason - to compile with a new feature that is not
released still. it is not recommended but i know about people doing this...


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