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zinat2688
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Mar 18, 2014, 4:26 AM

Post #1 of 2 (1810 views)
linking error Can't Post

I am trying to work with OpenPAT (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenPAT), the script is written in perl when i try compling a particular program it gives following error:

error: can not access source file ľo at /home/mooc-07/Desktop/OpenPAT/_/lib/Initialise.pm line 349.
at /home/mooc-07/Desktop/OpenPAT/_/lib/Utils.pm line 52
main::_OP__error('error: can not access source file \x{e2}\x{80}\x{93}o at /home/mooc-07/Deskt...') called at /home/mooc-07/Desktop/OpenPAT/_/lib/Initialise.pm line 349
main::parse_arg('ARRAY(0xbd58d0)', 2) called at /home/mooc-07/Desktop/OpenPAT/_/lib/Initialise.pm line 288
main::parse_array('ARRAY(0x99f5b0)') called at /home/mooc-07/Desktop/OpenPAT/_/lib/Initialise.pm line 212
main::parse_command() called at /home/mooc-07/Desktop/OpenPAT/_/lib/Initialise.pm line 76
main::initialise() called at ./OpenPAT.pl line 67


FishMonger
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Mar 18, 2014, 7:00 AM

Post #2 of 2 (1807 views)
Re: [zinat2688] linking error [In reply to] Can't Post


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when i try compling a particular program it gives following error

Does that mean you are using perl2exe or similar tool to package up the program into a standalone executable? Or, are you simply executing the script?

It's very likely that none of us here have used OpenPAT and have never looked at it's code. Based on that output, it appears that either a required file was not passed to the script or its path is wrong or the script doesn't have proper access rights to the file.

You will probably need to post the relevant portion of the code, how you executed it and what parameters you passed to it.


(This post was edited by FishMonger on Mar 18, 2014, 7:01 AM)

 
 


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