binutils and flex

Dennis J Perkins dperkins at
Tue Nov 29 07:14:30 PST 2005

> Ok.
> What do you have if you try to launch flex directly
> from the command line?
> And what give a 'file /usr/bin/flex'?
> And a 'ldd /usr/bin/flex'?

I have not reached the stage where flex should be built.

I found the problem.  Me.  I have a script that builds the directories,
creates certain files, etc.  For some reason, I also had it building the
lex script, so binutils was trying to run flex.


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