Originally posted by Chryzmo
search-replace.c:23:18: pcre.h: No such file or directory
If you take a look at the Anjuta Downloads page
, you'll probably notice the hint about the Perl C regexp library, called pcre!
Since you're now installing from source, you got to find the header files for pcre and install them. If you're using apt-get, try (I'm not sure if the following works also on your distribution):
apt-cache search pcre
Then fetch the package with "-dev" in it's name. For me on Debian, this would probably be "libpcre3-dev". Just make sure, your version is later than 3.9 as stated on the website.
Ops, and please state next time that you tried to install rpm's.