[Box Backup-dev] Build failures in recent trunk
Peter Jalajas, GigaLock Backup Services
boxbackup-dev at boxbackup.org
Mon Dec 8 23:01:02 GMT 2008
Sorry to come in late to the party, and I'm not sure if my
observations are related or helpful, but I just this afternoon I did
an svn co trunk onto an aged Ubuntu box and it took an extraordinarily
long time to build. It would hang for many minutes after each of the
lines like the last one below (or before those like the first line).
It finally built successfully (I think).
Note: namesp. cut : stripped namespace before processing
WARNING: cannot add @xml:base to node set root element. Relative
paths may not work.
Note: namesp. cut : processing stripped document
Note: Writing raidfile-config.8
make: Leaving directory `/home/petjal/gl/trunk/docs'
mkdir -p parcels/boxbackup-trunk_2405-backup-server-linux-gnu
cp -p docs/man/raidfile-config.8.gz
(cd docs; make bbstored.conf.5)
make: Entering directory `/home/petjal/gl/trunk/docs'
On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 5:39 PM, James O'Gorman <james at netinertia.co.uk> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 08, 2008 at 10:24:08PM +0000, Chris Wilson wrote:
>> I'll try to install them, but so far I haven't found the right Cygwin
>> package. If it can use online stylesheets then I'm surprised that the
>> build failed, as I did have internet access at the time. Do you know
>> anything about the error message "Note: No refentry elements found in """?
>> I found it very cryptic and the debug/verbose output from xsltproc and
>> stracing xsltproc didn't yield any clues as to what was wrong either.
> I'm not entirely sure, but I think it's related to the problem we saw
> quite a while back on the Trac server - I think downloading the
> stylesheet multiple times causes problems as it's quite large. Building
> the man pages using a remote stylesheet takes minutes rather than
>> It should certainly be possible on any machine with cygwin, although I'm
>> not sure how to hook the Trac buildbot into Cygwin's environment. If you
>> could provide a VM that would be very helpful, as I only occasionally
>> start mine when I'm doing Windows development work.
> It doesn't need to "hook" really - it's just a Python app which
> downloads instructions on how to build from the Trac server. If it's the
> same procedure as a regular Unix client then it should "just work".
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