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Old 11-13-2008, 12:36 AM   #1
samrat_rao
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antlr/AST.hpp: No such file or directory


Hi,
I am trying to compile an application on my openSUSE 11.0. After the ./configure step, make is giving these kinds of problems:

error: antlr/AST.hpp: No such file or directory
antlr/config.hpp: No such file or directory
error: antlr/TreeParser.hpp: No such file or directory

and so on. So i downloaded antlr from the openSUSE repos, but the problem persists since these files are not there anywhere, since as root i did a

find / -name AST.hpp

and so on search. Where can i find these files?

Thanks!
 
Old 11-14-2008, 09:11 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by samrat_rao View Post
Hi,
I am trying to compile an application on my openSUSE 11.0. After the ./configure step, make is giving these kinds of problems:

error: antlr/AST.hpp: No such file or directory
antlr/config.hpp: No such file or directory
error: antlr/TreeParser.hpp: No such file or directory

and so on. So i downloaded antlr from the openSUSE repos, but the problem persists since these files are not there anywhere, since as root i did a

find / -name AST.hpp

and so on search. Where can i find these files?

Thanks!
Well, you say you downloaded it, but did you install it? And you don't say whether or not the find you ran, actually FOUND anything. Did you install the libraries for libast, or the libast-devel?
 
Old 11-20-2008, 01:54 AM   #3
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Well, you say you downloaded it, but did you install it? And you don't say whether or not the find you ran, actually FOUND anything. Did you install the libraries for libast, or the libast-devel?
Yes i installed antlr, and the find said 'no such file or directory'. But i downloaded the source code of antlr-2.7.7 and installed it, so the problem is solved.
 
Old 11-20-2008, 09:37 AM   #4
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Yes i installed antlr, and the find said 'no such file or directory'. But i downloaded the source code of antlr-2.7.7 and installed it, so the problem is solved.
Yep, usually installing from source will also install the development libraries too....glad its working.
 
  


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