|flex - solaris/linux problem firstname.lastname@example.org (Steven Hindle) (1996-08-19)|
|Re: flex - solaris/linux problem email@example.com (1996-08-20)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Nathan D Green)|
|Date:||20 Aug 1996 15:01:40 -0400|
|Organization:||North Dakota Higher Education Computing Network (NDHECN)|
Steven Hindle (email@example.com) wrote:
: Everything seems fine, but when I run 'test' it just returns without doing
: anything. ( Note: I did use -I)
: The really screwy part is if I run it under gbd and break on 'main' then
: step....it works PERFECTLY !!??
: [Works fine on my BSD/OS box, is this maybe a shared library peculiarity?
Much Simpler. 'test' is a built in shell command (for some shells). Gdb
can't see the built-in test, so it loads and runs the test in the current
To execute 'test', specify the path: './test'
The moral: Give your temporary executables descriptive names like 'a.out'.
Nathan Green (firstname.lastname@example.org)
[About a dozen other people pointed this out as well. Thanks to all. -John]
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