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Re: flex and dos source files. How is flex built for cygwin
- From: Larry Hall <lh-no-personal-replies-please at cygwin dot com>
- To: Peter Rehley <prehley at mvista dot com>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 14:31:32 -0500
- Subject: Re: flex and dos source files. How is flex built for cygwin
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At 02:29 PM 11/19/2004, you wrote:
>We have a customer that is using flex under a custom version of cygwin that we provided them (with source). The customer is having problems when their "*.l" files are in dos format. Flex is taking the lines from the file and adding them into the lex.yy.c file untouched. (i.e. they still have the \n\r at the end), and this causing problems later on.
>I tried using the version of flex that comes with the latest version of cygwin (1.5.12) and flex changes the \n\r to just \n, which makes everything work fine. Good I thought since the version of flex we provide is not the latest. I'll just recompile.
>But when I tried that with the latest flex (2.5.4a-3) I get the same behavior that the customer is seeing. I get this behavior even if I compile on the latest version of cygwin.
>So, my question is what options are used for building flex?
Linking against /usr/lib/binmode.o perhaps?
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