AW: Lex:no command or file found

Ralf Nolden nolden at kde.org
Fri Dec 8 17:10:34 UTC 2000


Eggert Ehmke wrote:
> 
> I guess you need the flex package. Just in case, install the yacc package too.
Hehe, seems it would be best to install KDevelop 1.2 from the SuSE CD
anyway including all dependencies. That solves all these problems though
as this problem is only the beginning ;) I´m sure you´ll fall ove htdig,
xincludes and stuff as well, so this would be my suggestion here ;) 
> >
> > Von: "dotcomer" <dotcomer at webveda.com>
> > Datum: 2000/12/08 Fri PM 08:57:46 CET
> > An: kdevelop at kdevelop.org
> >
> > hello all,
> >         i downloaded kdevelop in bzip form,after i untarred it.i tried
> > "./configure",i find error message that Lex:no command or file found and ./configure
> > couldnt complete.i am using suse 7.0 with kde2.0.kindly could anyone help me
> > out with this problem.i will be very grateful.
> > thank you in advance,
> >                       pratap.

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