Hello,I'm trying to compile an old code with an AArch64 processor but it's leading to memory leaks. After some troubleshooting, I have been able to locate one potential hot spot that includes the following definitions:
#define MAXCHAR 255
#define MAXSHORT 32767
#define MINSHORT -32768
#define MAXTABLE 32500
#define BITS_PER_WORD 32
#define WORDSIZE(n) (((n)+(BITS_PER_WORD-1))/BITS_PER_WORD)
#define BIT(r, n) ((((r)[(n)>>5])>>((n)&31))&1)
#define SETBIT(r, n) ((r)[(n)>>5]|=((unsigned)1<<((n)&31)))
These values are unlikely to be accurate for an AArch64 CPU and I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on what values to assign (note: the compiler is GCC-11). Thank you.
Hi @a.surati. Unfortunately the developers haven't updated their Yacc over the years and, once you start pulling the thread, there are lots of things that could be modified or simply replaced. My guess is that substituting nyacc with the latest version of byacc would break not one but several things. Thanks.