From: Michael Glassford (glassfordm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-27 23:36:05
Reece Dunn wrote:
> Michael Glassford wrote:
>> Douglas Gregor wrote:
>> Well, that gets me a little farther, but now xsltproc.exe crashes. The
>> output is attached to the end of the message.
>> I noticed it was defaulting to gcc, which I don't have installed, so I
>> also added "using msvc ;" to user-config.jam. It warns me that it
>> found two versions, 6 and 7.1, and that it will use 7.1, but still
>> crashes. If I instead add "using msvc : : c:/msvs6/vc98/bin ;" to
>> force it to use MSVC6 (because version 7.1 unfortunately isn't my main
>> compiler, though we're thankfully finally moving that way), I get the
>> same result.
> I think it uses the gcc toolset regardless as a target to put the
> XIncluded document file in so it will work within bjam/BBv2 (I could
> have this wrong, as I am not a Boost.Build expert).
>> Any ideas about this, now?
> Have you checked the catalog.xml file to see if the namespace aliases
> are pointing to the correct locations?
As far as I can tell. The complete contents of my catalog.xml are:
PUBLIC "-//OASIS/DTD Entity Resolution XML Catalog V1.0//EN"
as I saw from
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lib.boost.documentation/306 that you
had done, didn't seem to help.
> Does it work when you don't set the XSL/DTD environment variables, but
> download from the internet? (This will be slow, but it may show if the
> error is with the program settings or the XSL/DTD settings).
No, same error without the environment variables (that's how I'm
normally trying to run it). I added them in the first place to see if
they would fix the problem. Sorry I forgot to mention that, however.
> Are you building from the Windows or cygwin/Linux shell? If you are
> using cygwin/Linux, you could try something like:
I'm using the Windows shell, though I suppose I could try cygwin to see
if it this works.
> using boostbook : /cygdrive/d/devel/libraries/docbook/xsl/
> : /cygdrive/d/devel/libraries/docbook/dtd/
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