JawDuino Error SoftRcPulseOut' does not name a type

Greetings,
I am new to Arduino, and don't know up from down, I am trying to build the JawDuino for a Halloween prop, it looked like a cool addition to the front yard this year, but when I try to compile
the sketch I get the following ( 'SoftRcPulseOut' does not name a type ) I have tried Google machine, with little success, any help, or direction would be greatly appreciated, be easy, I am an analog guy in a digital world, LOL
Many Thanks
Phil

This is what I am trying to compile:

#define TEST_PIN 11 //pin 11 set to ground will kick off the servo sweep test
int audio_value = 0;
long lastMsg = 0;
long sleepWindow = 300000; //if 5 minutes go by with no signal, then put the servos to bed
SoftRcPulseOut servo;
volatile boolean servosEnabled = false;
volatile boolean ledsOn = true;
volatile unsigned long currentTime = 0;
volatile unsigned long lastLEDtime = 0;
unsigned long resetWait = 120000; //servos sleep if not changed within this time frame (120 secs)

void setup() {
set_minmax();
pinMode(TEST_PIN, INPUT); //pin 11 will be
digitalWrite(TEST_PIN, HIGH); //assign pull-up resistor
}

void loop() {
servo_test();
audio_updates(); //read sample from audio input and apply average to buffer
if (servosEnabled) {
action(); //servos are handled in the action loop
SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
if ((millis() - lastMsg) > sleepWindow)
detach_servos();
}
}
void attach_servos() { // attach the pin to the servo object
servo.attach(2);
servosEnabled = true;
}
void detach_servos() { // detach the servo objects
servo.detach();
servosEnabled = false;
}
void servo_test() {
if (digitalRead(TEST_PIN) == HIGH) return;
attach_servos();
SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
for (int i = 0; i < 360; i++) {
if (i < 180)
audio_value = i;
else
audio_value = 359 - i;
action();
for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
delay(1);
SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
}
}
detach_servos();
}
void audio_updates() {
audio_value = 0;
if (analogRead(A0) < 341) audio_value += 60;
if (analogRead(A1) < 341) audio_value += 60;
if (analogRead(A2) < 341) audio_value += 60;

if (audio_value > 0) {
lastMsg = millis(); //save the time stamp from when we last had some action
if (!servosEnabled) attach_servos();
}
}
void action() {
if (!servosEnabled) attach_servos();
servo.write(audio_value);
SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
}
void set_minmax() {
//set the first parameter in the following functions to a number between 0 and 180.
//I used 92 and 72 in my tests to give about 20 degrees of motion.
//You may swap the large and small numbers to reverse direction.
//Just play with them, upload the code, then ground pin 11 to run the sweep test.
// Be sure to only play with these numbers while the jaw linkage is disconnected,
// otherwise, you risk hitting mechanical limits and damaging your linkage or servo!
servo.setMinimumPulse(map(92, 0, 180, 512, 2400));
servo.setMaximumPulse(map(72, 0, 180, 512, 2400));
}

Please follow the advice given in the link below when posting code. Use code tags (the </> icon above the compose window) to make it easier to read and copy for examination

Did you forget a #include at the top?

Library example on use of the library

All the examples have #include <SoftRcPulseOut.h>, perhaps you...

I am re-posting in the correct format, sorry for the mistake
Many Thanks
Phil

This is what I am trying to compile:

/***********************************************************
  08-14-2016 Mike North This is a little proof of concept
  to make a servo move in sync with audio.
*******************/
>
#define TEST_PIN 11  //pin 11 set to ground will kick off the servo sweep test
int audio_value = 0;
long lastMsg = 0;
long sleepWindow = 300000;  //if 5 minutes go by with no signal, then put the servos to bed
SoftRcPulseOut servo;
volatile boolean servosEnabled = false;
volatile boolean ledsOn = true;
volatile unsigned long currentTime = 0;
volatile unsigned long lastLEDtime = 0;
unsigned long resetWait = 120000;  //servos sleep if not changed within this time frame (120 secs)

void setup() {
  set_minmax();
  pinMode(TEST_PIN, INPUT);      //pin 11 will be
  digitalWrite(TEST_PIN, HIGH);  //assign pull-up resistor
}

void loop() {
  servo_test();
  audio_updates();  //read sample from audio input and apply average to buffer
  if (servosEnabled) {
    action();  //servos are handled in the action loop
    SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
    if ((millis() - lastMsg) > sleepWindow)
      detach_servos();
  }
}
void attach_servos() {  // attach the pin to the servo object
  servo.attach(2);
  servosEnabled = true;
}
void detach_servos() {  // detach the servo objects
  servo.detach();
  servosEnabled = false;
}
void servo_test() {
  if (digitalRead(TEST_PIN) == HIGH) return;
  attach_servos();
  SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
  for (int i = 0; i < 360; i++) {
    if (i < 180)
      audio_value = i;
    else
      audio_value = 359 - i;
    action();
    for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
      delay(1);
      SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
    }
  }
  detach_servos();
}
void audio_updates() {
  audio_value = 0;
  if (analogRead(A0) < 341) audio_value += 60;
  if (analogRead(A1) < 341) audio_value += 60;
  if (analogRead(A2) < 341) audio_value += 60;

  if (audio_value > 0) {
    lastMsg = millis();  //save the time stamp from when we last had some action
    if (!servosEnabled) attach_servos();
  }
}
void action() {
  if (!servosEnabled) attach_servos();
  servo.write(audio_value);
  SoftRcPulseOut::refresh();
}
void set_minmax() {
  //set the first parameter in the following functions to a number between 0 and 180.
  //I used 92 and 72 in my tests to give about 20 degrees of motion.
  //You may swap the large and small numbers to reverse direction.
  //Just play with them, upload the code, then ground pin 11 to run the sweep test.
  // Be sure to only play with these numbers while the jaw linkage is disconnected,
  //  otherwise, you risk hitting mechanical limits and damaging your linkage or servo!
  servo.setMinimumPulse(map(92, 0, 180, 512, 2400));
  servo.setMaximumPulse(map(72, 0, 180, 512, 2400));
}

Sorry for the noob mistake

What's that '>' doing there?
Didn't the compiler complain?

OP, consider the above line of code and and its relation to the error posted.

Thank You all for the suggestions, I will have a go at it this evening