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Issue #148 resolved

Cannot parse enum value refer to previously defined enum value

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Refer to an enumeration value defined earlier in the same enumeration failed to parse.

This code failed:

import cffi
ffi = cffi.FFI()
ffi.cdef("enum {a, b, c=b, d};")

because of c=b in the enum definition.

Comments (2)

  1. Armin Rigo

    CFFI only supports immediate constants, like "c=5". Anyway, if you are using verify() afterwards, just say enum { a, b, c, d, ... }; and let CFFI figure out the details. If you're not, then the obvious workaround should be enough: don't define "c" at all in the cdef, and add "lib.c = lib.b" afterwards.

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