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patch #7547: Accentuation characters is not accepted

Submitter:  Gilzamir Gomes <gilzamir>
Submitted:  Thu 02 Jun 2011 06:00:07 AM UTC
Category:  None Priority:  5 - Normal
Status:  Need Info Privacy:  Public
Assigned to:  None Open/Closed:  Open

Sat 11 Jun 2011 01:05:31 PM UTC, comment #1: 

Thank you for the patch. Before I can go about trying to apply it I would like to know whether you managed to use this to recompile the parser into a working state? My attempts to do so have generally resulted in a non-functional parser so I can't currently update the parser (though I very much want to) if you have got this to work then I would love to know how.

Thank you,


Daniel Thomas <drt24>
Group administrator
Thu 02 Jun 2011 06:00:07 AM UTC, original submission:  

I'm inserting in gnuprolog database clauses likes city(são_paulo). This clause is not accept by parser. I'm propose change parser to support latin characteres. Swi-prolog support latin characteres.

Gilzamir Gomes <gilzamir>


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file #23493:  TermParser.jj added by gilzamir (22KiB - application/octet-stream)


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    2011-06-11 drt24 Priority3 - Low 5 - Normal
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    2011-06-02 gilzamir Attached File- Added TermParser.jj, #23493

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