flex 2.5.4a and gcc3.2 bad combo?
GregDavis at umbc.edu
Sat Nov 9 19:24:51 PST 2002
I am wondering if anyone else is having problems with the LFS 4.0 flex and
gcc versions. I seem to be having a lot of programs failing due to random
(f)lex generated code. Some examples: KTH Kerberos 4, Kopete's icq_new
plugin, ttmkfdir2. So far the errors usually deal with previous
declarations of yy_something functions in some other header file. Is this
just my imagination, flex misbehaving/misconforming, these programs being
out of date, or them just not modern enough for gcc 3.2? I have never
compiled them with gcc 2.95 to know the difference. I am gonna try to
recompile flex without any optimizations to see if that makes a difference.
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