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(Mystery Conflicts): `-v'

From: Golubev I. N.
Subject: (Mystery Conflicts): `-v'
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2001 18:35:30 (GMT)

`-v' option is intended to be quite helpful while identifying conflict
causes in grammar, and I think that it should be noted explicitly
while talking about conflicts.

bison.texinfo(Mystery Conflicts): hint `-v' use

--- bison.texinfo       2001/10/13 18:04:50     1.1
+++ bison.texinfo       2001/10/13 18:12:20     1.2
@@ -4465,7 +4465,9 @@
 as it is now.
 When the problem arises, you can often fix it by identifying the two
-parser states that are being confused, and adding something to make them
+parser states that are being confused (using @samp{-v}
+(@pxref{Invocation, ,Invoking Bison}) can help), and adding something to
+make them
 look distinct.  In the above example, adding one rule to
 @code{return_spec} as follows makes the problem go away:

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