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On Sun, 28 May 2006, ask wrote:
> thing is i don't know what's wrong :)
And neither do we, since you've completely failed to quote the relevant
context AND your mailer didn't include threading information in the
message. So the above message is essentially out of the blue for most
With a bit of detective work, one can trace it down to
<http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2006-05/msg00827.html>, which told you, in no
uncertain terms, that you need to link to libfl (using the -lfl flag) when
you use flex, and you don't. flex itself did not fail for you -- it
simply produced some symbols that are in libfl.
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