I know you're all riveted in your seat until you heard how I fixed
this... Apparently java is a link to a tool called "kaffe" on Linux,
and the "-help" switch doesn't mention the existence of -addclasspath
rather than using "-classpath". Doing the latter wipes out the
builtin classpath in the tool.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Clint Olsen" <olsenc@i...> wrote:
> I've been able to run previous versions of ANTLR 2.7.a* on this
> Linux box. Has anyone seen this error before?
> Couldn't find or load essential class `java/lang/Object'
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError java/lang/Object
> zsh: 7278 abort (core dumped) java -classpath
> /fs28/psc.fed.10/olsenc/ftp/antlr-2.7.1a4 antlr.Tool