Hi Martin & all,
I've been trying to get Snowball working using Microsoft Visual C++ and have
encountered a couple of small problems:
1. All the individual stemmers are held in files called 'stem.c'. This means
that Visual C++ attempts to compile them into object files called 'stem.obj'
and then gets most confused at link time. I can get round this by some
automated renaming of the sources so it's not a huge problem.
2. In most of the stem.c files there are structures as follows:
if(something) then goto lab4;
[do something to be skipped]
lab4: <--- compiler error here "missing ';' before '}"
If I add a ';' just after the label then the compiler is happy. Does anyone
have any comment? I'm not very familiar with Snowball so apologies for any
Thanks in advance
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