bodden at st.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Tue Mar 1 05:18:46 EST 2011
> Thanks for the quick answer. I'am sorry - the method setEpsilon() is also
> there... I analyze the source code of ANTLR and it builds fine.
> Any other ideas?
In this case I can just assume some classpath issue. Would it be
possible that for some odd reason you have two versions of ANTLR on
Soot's classpath? That's my only other guess...
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