errror when compiling Gideon

Bernd Pol bernd.pol at online.de
Mon Sep 29 08:33:15 UTC 2003


Hi,

obviously you have got an outdated or broken kdex.dtd file and/or dtd 
definition files connected to it. This is not easily remedied by just 
replacing a single file only, as kdex.dtd etc. merely define changes of the 
original docbook dtd definition files. The best way to fix that is to update 
your KDE.

Bernd

On Sunday 28 September 2003 18:41, you wrote:
> Hi,
> I found the error signaled by the compiler output in
> /kdevelop/doc/kdevelop/index.docbook. XML validate launches the same
> message : "element acronym is not declared [...]"
>
> There's also 2 errors reported by XML validate in
> kdevelop/parts/appwizard/common/index.docbook line 12 "entity language"
> and line 3 "entity value & forbidden"
>
> There's also several errors reported about "chapter" and "listiem" in
> kdevelop/doc/kde_app_devel
>
> I have not the slightest idea if these messages come from my machine
> configuration or these documents themselves.
>
> My meinproc version is the same : 1.26.2.1 of 2002/12/05.
>
> I'll try updating from cvs later.
>
> Cheers.
>
> > this refers to the user manual documentation in the index.docbook file.
> > meinproc translates this into a series of html files.
> > I checked it again. No error messages here.
> > There are several possible sources of error. Most probably the DocBook
> > DTD definition file on your system is outdated. You may check this in
> > Kate (with the Kate XML Validation plugin activated): Load index.docbook
> > and select Tools->Validate XML.
> > If errors remain, could you please update the index.docbook file to the
> > latest version from CVS and try again.
> > If it still refuses to run, check the meinproc version. Mine is 1.26.2.1
> > of 2002/12/05. Very old versions may not interpret some XML commands
> > correctly.
> >
> > There are a number of possible sites you may check for more info:
> > http://developer.kde.org/
> > http://i18n.kde.org/
> > http://scrollkeeper.sourceforge.net/docbook.shtml
>
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