From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-08 02:32:01
Roland Schwarz wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> Roland Schwarz wrote:
>> You did not say that command did you run, in which directory,
>> and what error did you get.
> I thought this was obvious, since I am comparing two snapshots, one of
> them was working. -> cd boost_root/doc -> bjam
Given that I cannot reproduce this error, apparently, something is not
obvious. And you still did not tell what error you've got.
>> And which of the 24 (or 25?) existing timezones is this?
> Good question! Of course I do know my timezone (UTC+1) but is this the
> time I specify in cvs update (didn't find out)? But I can tell you the
> time of the cvs check in notification e-mail that was generated:
> Sat, 06 Jan 2007 04:39:45 -0800 (There are actually three of them.)
Ok, this is more precise I think.
>> As of few minutes ago, running "bjam -n" in the "doc" directory
>> of an up-to-date RC tree works fine for me. I did not change
>> anything is boostbook code. I have some guesses what breakage that
>> could be, but perhaps you can try again?
> I tried again - and still failed. And some observation which might be of
> help: I removed the doc directory and then cvs update(ed) afresh
> (thereby removing the xml subdir). Also I removed the bin.v2 dir before
> the build. I guess the error is somehow related to doxygen not
> rebuilding the xml (it is doxygen building this dir isn't it?).
No idea -- I still did not seen "the error".
> Hmm, why bjam -n? This doesn't update anything? I just run bjam.
I use "bjam -n" to avoid waiting 5 times in case quickbook must be
> As already said, I can send you the build logs of both cases if you need
Yes, please do. Just in case it's not clear, I would like all bug
reports to say what the error is.
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