Subject: Re: recent lex problem.
To: Simon Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Berndt Josef Wulf <email@example.com>
Date: 03/18/2000 23:38:37
Simon Burge wrote
> It's been pointed out that my recent (two days ago) change to flex.skl
> to get c++ lexers working broke "make build" with the old nslexer.c
> problem - it appears the testing of the change unfortunately used an old
> lex binary. I've changed flex.skl (in rev 1.14) to fix the nslexer.c
> problem (but it's untested for c++ lexers). If you've rebuilt lex in
> the last two days, you may want to "make clean" in src/lib/libc, or
> manually remove the generated nslexer.c in your libc obj directory.
> If someone can test lex with rev 1.14 of flex.skl on a c++ lexer (hi
> Berndt!) and report success or failure, please let me know.
Done, updated libc, lex and compiled the latest version KDevelop-2000318,
Thanks for your help.
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