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Old   April 6, 2012, 10:03
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Hi there, I have just tried running sHM around an stl file with fairly simple geometry and it fails, quoting the error "fatal flex scanner internal error" don't suppose anyone might be able to offer any suggestions as to the cause?
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Hi there, I have just tried running sHM around an stl file with fairly simple geometry and it fails, quoting the error "fatal flex scanner internal error" don't suppose anyone might be able to offer any suggestions as to the cause?
Hey,

I am facing the same problem. How did you solve it?
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