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[REBOL] Re: Bug in the parse functionality ???

From: rotenca:telvia:it at: 23-May-2003 14:48

Hi Carl,
> 2. It does not BREAK from the BLK-RULE on a closing ] or ). > This causes deep PARSE rule recursion, which overflows something > internally (not sure what, but I will find out!) Fix is:
I think that parse finds its recursion limits like in this example: n: 0 parse "" x: [(n: n + 1) x] n; == 201 I think that parse should fire an error when this happen. Now the rule fails and parse continue with the next command. I think that recursion is not needed at all in clean-script. With or without a correct recursion the same thing happens. Here it is the rule without any reccursion. Is it wrong? parse script [ some [ str: newline (emit-line) | #";" [thru newline | to end] new: (emit str new) | [#"[" | #"("] (emit str 1 insert tail indent tab) | [#"]" | #")"] (remove indent emit str 1) | skip (set [value new] load/next str emit str new) :new ] ] --- Ciao Romano