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Old 07-30-2008
Bug error: rw/regexp.h: No such file or directory

Hello every one,

i am trying to compile c++ modules.

while compiling a module i am getting the following error.

cdbh_RecordStore.C:32:23: error: rw/regexp.h: No such file or directory
make: *** [/root/cc/unix-ce/root/subsys/cb/cdbh/obj_cdbRS/Linux//cdbh_RecordStore.dep] Error 1

I googled for the solution , i found that this is a Rogue wave class.

actually this file got included in a source file .

can somebody suggest how to solve this error.

kind regards,
mannam srinivas

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KDE-BUILD(1)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					      KDE-BUILD(1)

kde-build - Updates and recompiles a tree of KDE CVS modules SYNOPSIS
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Add a DIAGNOSIS section to this man page. AUTHOR
Frerich Raabe <> 3rd Berkeley Distribution perl v5.6.1 KDE-BUILD(1)

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