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Old 11-23-2009, 08:19 AM   #1
Martinezio
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F4L + Slackware64-Current = Error.


Hi, Folks!

Once again I would ask You for little help...
Did someone of You have been able to build this tool?

I'm trying to build it from sources, but no effect. Only errors :/
I've also trouble to find binary packages for Debian...

Thanks in advance for any tips

Regards!
 
Old 11-23-2009, 08:31 AM   #2
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Might wanna tell people what f4l is and what errors you're getting.
 
Old 11-23-2009, 09:39 AM   #3
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Well, it's hard to tell, because it was a lot of different errors, wich I tried to solve. For now, I'm stuck with this one:
Code:
In file included from flagStonePort/translate-as1/translate-asl/ActionScriptLexer.cpp:2:
flagStonePort/translate-as1/translate-asl/ActionScriptLexer.hpp:4:28: error: antlr/config.hpp: No such file od directory
flagStonePort/translate-as1/translate-asl/ActionScriptLexer.hpp:6:33: error: antlr/CommonToken.hpp: No such file od directory
flagStonePort/translate-as1/translate-asl/ActionScriptLexer.hpp:7:33: error: antlr/InputBuffer.hpp: No such file od directory
flagStonePort/translate-as1/translate-asl/ActionScriptLexer.hpp:8:28: error: antlr/BitSet.hpp: No such file od directory
...
and so on...
I've figured out, that I need to install antlr tool, but it's made for maven utility, and I have no clue to get maven work on my desktop...
 
  


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