[antlr-interest] ANTLRWorks 1.1.6 released
jimi at temporal-wave.com
Tue Jan 29 10:10:49 PST 2008
Delete all the pre-existing generated stuff including the .java files
and the classes and it seems to work - I had similar issues.
However, I am using ANTLR 3.1 with ANTLRWorks - there may be a
dependency now. Ter, didnt you change ANTLRWorks to use the new
debugger parameters, or was that in a separate branch or something?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Montebello [mailto:asmith at moncons.co.uk]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 5:01 AM
> To: antlr-interest at antlr.org
> Subject: Re: [antlr-interest] ANTLRWorks 1.1.6 released
> Hi Jean,
> I am afraid that something seems to have broken in AW debug between
> 1.1.5 and 1.1.6.
> I had a grammar set up in 1.1.5 which would check, generate code,
> compile and run in debug without any errors. I upgraded to 1.1.6 and
> the same setup of grammar and configuration of AW produces a
> error when the debugger is preparing itself for a run. (Checking and
> generation are still OK via the menu icons). As a result the debugger
> will not continue.
> The error shown in the console is the standard "cannot find symbol"
> shown when the classpath is wrong. This occurs when the debugger is
> attempting to compile the _Test_.java file at the first reference in
> this file (line 12 on my system) to the Parser produced by the
> grammar. The error may result because the debugger compiler classpath
> perhaps does not now include the "classes" subdirectory into which the
> compiler files the results of compilation. After a failed attempt this
> subdirectory does contain fresh class files resulting from the
> compilation of the parser and lexer code by the debugger.
> To check my attribution of the error, after a failed attempt to run
> debugger in 1.1.6 I immediately reverted to 1.1.5 and with no other
> changes the run was normal once more.
> Can you look into this please as it makes 1.1.6 unusable for
> Thanks for your efforts,
> Andrew Smith
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