OK, thanks for the help everyone. I am putting together a quick summary of how to do this and doing a pull request for an update to this page for posterity. Below is what I have so far.
ace -G grammar.dat -g ./config.tdl command at the end gives me the error :
avm path `lex-pred-path’ not specified in configuration!
@sweaglesw , I would love to know what that one command is…Clearly I don’t have it yet.
Getting the grammar
The ERG grammar files can be obtained via SVN:
$ svn checkout http://svn.delph-in.net/erg/trunk
It is also available as part of the LOGON distribution.
The quickest way to get started using the ERG is with the pre-compiled binary available with the
ACE processor. If you want more recent versions of the grammar to use with ACE, you can create a grammar file by checking out a specific ERG release. ERG releases are tagged in the SVN repository. Choose the version you want and check it out using the tag name like this:
svn checkout http://svn.delph-in.net/erg/trunk@tag_name
Then build the grammar file for ACE like this:
ace -G grammar.dat -g ./config.tdl