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DIScriptParser and ParseException missing #108

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chrbayer84 opened this Issue May 6, 2011 · 6 comments

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I just downloaded the current master branch and wanted to compile the project but it is missing the two imports com.gooddata.processor.parser.DIScriptParser and com.gooddata.processor.parser.ParseException in com.gooddata.processor.GdcDI, so it does not compile.
I wanted to use the API in my own Java application and was looking for a starting point, so the commandline processor seemed well enough for that. But without that it is only guessing what commands are supported. Is there some other example or template code around?

-Christian

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zsvoboda commented May 17, 2011

Sorry for the delayed answer. The DIScript parser source code is generated from the JavaCC parser specification. Did you follow this procedure https://github.com/gooddata/GoodData-CL/blob/master/README.md when building the CL tool from sources ?

ZD

I did ;) Thank you!

Christian Bayer

On Tuesday 17 May 2011 07:40:24 you wrote:

Sorry for the delayed answer. The DIScript parser source code is generated
from the JavaCC parser specification. Did you follow this procedure
https://github.com/gooddata/GoodData-CL/blob/master/README.md when
building the CL tool from sources ?

ZD

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zsvoboda commented May 17, 2011

Are you all set then? Did it work?

ZD

Yes, it does. Could have guessed ;) Thank you! Is there an extensive
documentation on the GoodData-REST-API available? (besides the short
introduction on http://developer.gooddata.com/api/)

-Christian

On Tuesday 17 May 2011 08:30:43 you wrote:

Are you all set then? Did it work?

ZD

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zsvoboda commented May 17, 2011

Unfortunately the best doc we have is the one on the developer.gooddata.com

ZD

Ok, then I will continue to read the sources ;)

-Christian

On Tuesday 17 May 2011 08:43:22 you wrote:

Unfortunately the best doc we have is the one on the developer.gooddata.com

ZD

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