On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 5:51:43 AM UTC+3, beze...@gmail.com wrote: > On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10:09:25 PM UTC+3, Peter Otten wrote: > > bezen...@gmail.com wrote: > > > > > On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 5:15:38 PM UTC+3, Peter Otten wrote: > > >> bezen...@gmail.com wrote: > > >> > > >> > On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 3:17:11 PM UTC+3, Peter Otten > > >> > wrote: > > >> >> bezen...@gmail.com wrote: > > >> >> > > >> >> > On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 1:14:14 PM UTC+3, Peter Otten > > >> >> > wrote: > > >> >> >> bezen...@gmail.com wrote: > > >> >> >> > > >> >> >> > After setting up csjark (http://csjark.readthedocs.io/), I'm > > >> >> >> > trying to test on of my C header files which has following > > >> >> >> > statements: > > >> >> >> > > > >> >> >> > typedef struct { > > >> >> >> > unsigned long X; > > >> >> >> > __int64 Y; > > >> >> >> > } abc; > > >> >> >> > > > >> >> >> > > > >> >> >> > If I'm changing __int64 to unsigned long I'm not getting this > > >> >> >> > error For the __int64 i'm getting the mention error. Am I missing > > >> >> >> > something? > > >> >> >> > > > >> >> >> > > > >> >> >> > In addition, I'm getting following error: > > >> >> >> > Attribute error("'tuple object has no attibute 'children'",) > > >> >> >> > > > >> >> >> > I'd be glad to have some assistance. > > >> >> >> > > >> >> >> It looks like development of csjark has stopped in 2011. Try > > >> >> >> installing a pycparser version from that time frame -- 2.05 should > > >> >> >> be a good candidate according to > > >> >> >> <https://github.com/eliben/pycparser/blob/master/CHANGES> so if you > > >> >> >> are using pip after > > >> >> >> > > >> >> >> $ pip install pycparser==2.05 > > >> >> >> > > >> >> >> csjark might work. > > >> >> > > > >> >> > I've installed all the required SW, but still getting the same error > > >> >> > > >> >> When you invoke the interactive interpreter what does > > >> >> > > >> >> >>> import pycparser > > >> >> >>> pycparser.__version__ > > >> >> '2.05' > > >> >> > > >> >> produce on your system? > > >> > > > >> > I have version 2.07 (which is the one used for the development) > > >> > > >> For cjshark to work (or at least not fail in the way you observed) you > > >> need 2.5. > > >> > > >> 2.7 returns 2-tuples where 2.5 does not. Compare for example: > > >> > > >> > > https://github.com/eliben/pycparser/blob/release_v2.07/pycparser/c_ast.py#L149 > > >> > > >> def children(self): > > >> nodelist = [] > > >> if self.name is not None: nodelist.append(("name", self.name)) > > >> if self.subscript is not None: nodelist.append(("subscript", > > >> self.subscript)) > > >> return tuple(nodelist) > > >> > > >> and > > >> > > >> > > https://github.com/eliben/pycparser/blob/release_v2.05/pycparser/c_ast.py#L136 > > >> > > >> def children(self): > > >> nodelist = [] > > >> if self.name is not None: nodelist.append(self.name) > > >> if self.subscript is not None: nodelist.append(self.subscript) > > >> return tuple(nodelist) > > >> > > >> I wonder why you didn't just try what I suggested... > > > > > > Thanks, > > > This one solved the 2nd problem. > > > > > > Do you have any suggestions for the 1st one? > > > > Here's what I see from your original post: > > > > https://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/2016-September/714323.html > > > > So I have no idea what your "1st problem" might be. Can you restate it? > > > > You have to use text, pictures are removed. > > Clarification with example: > > I'm taking the complex_union_test.h file (which is one of the test files of > csjark) and changing on line 8 from int to __int64 so the code is > > #include "union_test.h" > #include "cenum_test.h" > > typedef signed int BOOL; > typedef enum {TRUE, FALSE} bool_t; > > typedef union { > __int64 int_member; > struct cenum_test cenum_test_member; > long long long_long_member; > BOOL bool_member; > bool_t bool_t_member; > short short_member; > } complex_union; > > struct struct_with_complex_union { > complex_union complex_union_member; > bool_t bool_t_member; > union union_test union_test_member; > }; > > Now trying to execute the parsing and getting following error: > Skipped "headers\complex_union_test.":Win32 as it raised > ParseError('headers\\complex_union_test.h:8: before: __int64',) > > I have similar error with my .h file.

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seems that I have a solution for it: instead of __int64 to use "long long" statement -- https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list