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Re: Bison 3.5 released [stable]

From: Dennis Clarke
Subject: Re: Bison 3.5 released [stable]
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2019 13:44:42 -0500
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reccalc: PASS: 4
.././examples/c/reccalc/reccalc.test: line 37: seq: command not found
reccalc: FAIL: 5 (expected status: 0, effective: 1)
syntax error, unexpected end-of-line, expecting + or - or number or string

So what is this "seq" thingy ?

Sorry .. dumb question. Looks like Ulrich Drepper ported that into
coreutils a while ago and even the FreeBSD folks have it :

        The seq command first appeared in Version 8 AT&T UNIX.  A seq
        command appeared in NetBSD 3.0, and was ported to FreeBSD 9.0.
        This command was based on the command of the same name in Plan 9
        from Bell Labs and the GNU core utilities.  The GNU seq command
        first appeared in the 1.13 shell utilities release.

Well golly gee .. the old dusty Oracle/Sun Solaris 10 has nothing like
that on hand. No surprise. Easy to fix also.

Dennis Clarke
UNIX and Linux spoken
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