Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] [1.35.0] Getting Started?
From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-31 15:15:08
John Maddock wrote:
> Beman Dawes wrote:
>> I trying to build docs for 1.35.0 from branches/release. I've followed
>> the procedure in
>> up to the point where it says:
>> "At this point, you should be able to build HTML documentation for
>> libraries that do not require Doxygen. To test this, change into the
>> directory $BOOST_ROOT/libs/function/doc and run the command bjam --v2:
>> it should produce HTML documentation for the Boost.Function library in
>> the html subdirectory."
>> I do that and get the error message below.
>> My user-config.jam file looks like this:
>> using msvc : 8.0 ;
>> using msvc : 7.1 ;
>> using gcc ;
>> using intel-win : 10.0 ;
>> import toolset : using ;
>> using python ;
>> using xsltproc ;
>> # BoostBook configuration
>> using boostbook
>> : c:/apps/docbook_xsl
>> : c:/apps/docbook_dtd
>> using doxygen ;
>> Any ideas what's wrong? Where is reference.xsl supposed to come from?
> Beman, this works for me in both the Trunk and release branches. However, I
> have seen this before: it was due to bbv2 incorrectly quoting some command
> line arguments (putting an argument in ""two sets of quotes""), can you run
> with -d2 so we can see the command lines?
...found 23 targets...
...updating 2 targets...
"xsltproc" --xinclude -o
warning: failed to load external entity "reference.xsl"
compilation error: file
line 13 element include
xsl:include : unable to load reference.xsl
...skipped <phtml>function-doc_HTML.manifest for lack of
...failed updating 1 target...
...skipped 1 target...
So it doesn't look like double quotes are the problem.
> Also make sure that you are using the latest Win32 xsltproc from
> http://www.zlatkovic.com/libxml.en.html rather than the one on the metacomm
> site which is out of date now :-(
Hum... I was using xsltproc supplied by Cygwin. Is that a problem?
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