Hyperlink overdose

Peter Rice pmr at sanger.ac.uk
Mon Aug 7 06:16:24 EST 1995

In article <PMR.95Aug4130144 at unst.sanger.ac.uk> pmr at sanger.ac.uk (Peter Rice) writes:
>   I seem to be running into problems with hyperlink.sdl
>   Now if I add a new link, I have to take an old one away otherwise
>   srssection gives a segmentation fault.

Problem solved.

hyperlink.sdl (actually all parsers in any sdl file) has a maximum line
length of 100 characters.

The hyperlink.sdl file in the distribution exceeds this limit a little. Our
version of the file exceeded it by quite a lot, just before the point where
I was having trouble.

I have increased the line size (PRSxXBNFLN) in parser.h (to 256) and all
seems to be well.

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