guenther | 1 Jun 01:54 2006
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[ANNOUNCE] GARNOME 2.14.2

GARNOME 2.14.2
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The "These Boots are made for Walking" release.

We are pleased to announce the release of GARNOME 2.14.2. This release
incorporates the GNOME 2.14.2 Desktop and Developer Platform, fine-tuned
and updated with love by the GARNOME Team.

As usual it includes updates and fixes after the official GNOME freeze,
together with a host of third-party GNOME packages, Bindings and the
Mono(tm) Platform -- this is the third release of the current stable
GNOME branch, ironing out yet-more bugs, hopefully adding yet-more
stability and ships with the latest and greatest stable releases.

As usual, you can get the tarball directly from the gnome.org site:
 http://download.gnome.org/sources/garnome/2.14/

If you got any issues with this release, feel free to contact the
GARNOMEies in the #garnome channel on GIMPNet (irc://irc.gnome.org),
where we hang out, or post to the mailing list.

More information is available at our project website:
 http://www.gnome.org/projects/garnome/

Enjoy,

  The GARNOME Team

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Kelsang Tsenle | 1 Jun 12:35 2006
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docbook dtd 4.1.2

Hello,

sorry bothering you again.
I just tried to install garnome 2.14.2, but I can't compile gtk-doc.
It fails with

checking for xsltproc... /home/tsenle/bin/garnome-2.14.2/bin/xsltproc
checking for XML catalog 
(/home/tsenle/bin/garnome-2.14.2/etc/xml/catalog)... found
checking for xmlcatalog... /home/tsenle/bin/garnome-2.14.2/bin/xmlcatalog
checking for DocBook XML DTD V4.1.2 in XML catalog... not found
configure: error: could not find DocBook XML DTD V4.1.2 in XML catalog
make[7]: *** [configure-work/main.d/gtk-doc-1.6/configure] Error 1

My system is a Mandriva 2006, docbook-dtd412-xml-1.0-17mdk is installed 
and appears in the docbook. Although there seem to be several docbooks. 
I don't quite understand that system.
Any idea?

Gratefully,
 K. Tsenle
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Joseph E. Sacco, Ph.D. | 1 Jun 14:31 2006
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Re: docbook dtd 4.1.2

You are not bothering us... [:-)]

Try this...  
* Goto the bootstrap directory and build and install:
- expat
- docbook-xml
- docbook-xsl

* goto the gtk-doc directory
- make cookieclean
- make install

-Joseph

=========================================================================

On Thu, 2006-06-01 at 12:35 +0200, Kelsang Tsenle wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> sorry bothering you again.
> I just tried to install garnome 2.14.2, but I can't compile gtk-doc.
> It fails with
> 
> checking for xsltproc... /home/tsenle/bin/garnome-2.14.2/bin/xsltproc
> checking for XML catalog 
> (/home/tsenle/bin/garnome-2.14.2/etc/xml/catalog)... found
> checking for xmlcatalog... /home/tsenle/bin/garnome-2.14.2/bin/xmlcatalog
> checking for DocBook XML DTD V4.1.2 in XML catalog... not found
> configure: error: could not find DocBook XML DTD V4.1.2 in XML catalog
> make[7]: *** [configure-work/main.d/gtk-doc-1.6/configure] Error 1
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Surya Kiran Gullapalli | 2 Jun 07:01 2006
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Re: docbook dtd 4.1.2

Joseph E. Sacco, Ph.D. wrote:

>You are not bothering us... [:-)]
>
>Try this...  
>* Goto the bootstrap directory and build and install:
>- expat
>- docbook-xml
>- docbook-xsl
>
>* goto the gtk-doc directory
>- make cookieclean
>- make install
>
>-Joseph
>  
>
Well,
I'm also facing the same problem. I tried the above. But it has done no 
good. The out put of where its failing is as follows.

Command:

nfs/skglnx/home/skg/Packages/Desktop-Packages/Gnome-2.14.2/bin/xmlcatalog 
--noout 
/nfs/skglnx/home/skg/Packages/Desktop-Packages/Gnome-2.14.2/etc/xml/catalog 
"-//OASIS//DTD DocBoox XML V4.1.2//EN"

Output:
No entry for PUBLIC -//OASIS//DTD DocBoox XML V4.1.2//EN
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Kelsang Tsenle | 2 Jun 11:22 2006
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Re: docbook dtd 4.1.2

Hi all,

Same thing for me. I compiled expat. The other two packages were already 
installed.
Nothing changed.
Same error message, the output of the command below is also the same.

-- Tsenle

Surya Kiran Gullapalli wrote:
> Joseph E. Sacco, Ph.D. wrote:
>
>> You are not bothering us... [:-)]
>>
>> Try this...  * Goto the bootstrap directory and build and install:
>> - expat
>> - docbook-xml
>> - docbook-xsl
>>
>> * goto the gtk-doc directory
>> - make cookieclean
>> - make install
>>
>> -Joseph
>>  
>>
> Well,
> I'm also facing the same problem. I tried the above. But it has done 
> no good. The out put of where its failing is as follows.
>
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Joseph E. Sacco, Ph.D. | 2 Jun 14:15 2006
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Re: docbook dtd 4.1.2

Discretion is the better half of valor. We have chosen to retreat back
to docbook-xml-4.1.2. 

What to do ???

There are two ways to proceed:

        * Fetch the latest tarballs
        [garnome-2.14.2.1 or garnome-2.15.2.2]
or
        * Edit and rebuild bootstrap/docbook-xml and platform/libxml2

(1) uninstall docbook-xml-4.4
- cd bootstap/docbook-xml
- make uninstall

(2) edit the checksums and Makefile to build docbook-xml-4.1.2
see the CVS repository for what to change

        http://cvs.gnome.org/viewcvs/garnome/bootstrap/docbook-xml/

(3) install docbook-xml-4.1.2

(4) uninstall platform/libxml2
- cd platform/libxml2
- make uninstall

(5) edit checksums and  files/buildDocBookCatalog

(6) rebuild libxml2
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guenther | 3 Jun 01:49 2006
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Re: garnome-daily issues

On Mon, 2006-05-29 at 23:33 +0200, Stef van der Made wrote:

> I'm finding 2 issues with the latest snapshot of garnome-daily
> 
> 1 gtk-doc-1.6 is not happy with the updgrade of docbook XML to version 
> 4.4. After changing the configure.in and configure scripts I could 
> continue the compile process.

Thanks, Stef. :)  This has been corrected in both branches. Current
daily snapshots should work again. And we even released new tarballs for
both stable and unstable branch with this fixed.

I really need more time for mailing lists... :/

> 2 The sourceforge.net download links are failing if I don't use an 
> mirror site like belnet.dl.sourceforge.net for example.

That's an sf.net issue we can do nothing about, unfortunately. The
download.sf.net server we use is supposed to pick a working mirror...

Apparently this either was a temporary issue only, or it is somewhat
specific to your location/ISP. I just checked all sources we get from
sf.net, and it worked for me.

(15 of 18 total tarballs from sf.net have been retrieved on the first
'make fetch' attempt, 2 tarballs needed a second attempt. The last
missing one was successful on the 4th go... Yes, it is commonly known
that sf.net pretty much sucks at this, but there are projects that are
available only on sf.net, unfortunately. [1])

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guenther | 3 Jun 02:00 2006
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Re: garnome-daily issues

[...]
> (15 of 18 total tarballs from sf.net have been retrieved on the first
         ^^^^^^^^
> 'make fetch' attempt, 2 tarballs needed a second attempt. The last
> missing one was successful on the 4th go... Yes, it is commonly known
> that sf.net pretty much sucks at this, but there are projects that are
> available only on sf.net, unfortunately. [1])

Make that 17 total. :)  My quick grep included libxklavier, which
currently is available on one of the most reliable servers -- f.g.o. :)

...guenther

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char *t="\10pse\0r\0dtu\0. <at> ghno\x4e\xc8\x79\xf4\xab\x51\x8a\x10\xf4\xf4\xc4";
main(){ char h,m=h=*t++,*x=t+2*h,c,i,l=*x,s=0; for (i=0;i<l;i++){ i%8? c<<=1:
(c=*++x); c&128 && (s+=h); if (!(h>>=1)||!t[s+h]){ putchar(t[s]);h=m;s=0; }}}

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guenther | 3 Jun 04:04 2006
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Re: garnome failing becaues of expat-2.0.0.tar.gz checksum error

On Wed, 2006-05-31 at 23:06 +0930, Karl Goetz wrote:
> hi all
> I had garnome fail building gnome 2.15.1 because of a expat checksum error.
> I quickly searched and found this link on the gnome forums [1].
> Searching the list archives didn't turn up a a result, incidentally.
> The fix in the link is to download the package separately and overwrite
> the dud one (which works) [2]. I was wondering if this is something that
> could be fixed by garnome or is a sourceforge problem?

This seems to be an sf.net issue.

To sum it up: The expat fetched automatically by GARNOME from sf.net
failed the checksum test. The expat you manually downloaded from sf.net
worked. So the only difference is automatically vs. manually -- and
frankly, this even is *no* difference at all, in case you used wget to
manually fetch. ;)

I bet you where hit by sf.net. I have seen them delivering a "404 not
found" HTML document, instead of correctly failing. This is most likely
what you got.

The issue is, that the mirror actually delivered the requested document,
although the content is not what has been requested. Thus the failing
checksum test.

In case you still have that first download, have a look at it. If it is
not an HTML document, I'll owe a beer to anyone greeting me with the
word GARNOME at the forthcoming GUADEC. ;-)

...guenther
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Karl Goetz | 3 Jun 10:35 2006
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Re: garnome failing becaues of expat-2.0.0.tar.gz checksum error

guenther wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-05-31 at 23:06 +0930, Karl Goetz wrote:
>> hi all
>> I had garnome fail building gnome 2.15.1 because of a expat checksum error.
>> I quickly searched and found this link on the gnome forums [1].
>> Searching the list archives didn't turn up a a result, incidentally.
>> The fix in the link is to download the package separately and overwrite
>> the dud one (which works) [2]. I was wondering if this is something that
>> could be fixed by garnome or is a sourceforge problem?
> 
> This seems to be an sf.net issue.
> 
> To sum it up: The expat fetched automatically by GARNOME from sf.net
> failed the checksum test. The expat you manually downloaded from sf.net
> worked. So the only difference is automatically vs. manually -- and
> frankly, this even is *no* difference at all, in case you used wget to
> manually fetch. ;)
> 
> I bet you where hit by sf.net. I have seen them delivering a "404 not
> found" HTML document, instead of correctly failing. This is most likely
> what you got.

i expect your correct, as i got this for a second file after that.
> 
> The issue is, that the mirror actually delivered the requested document,
> although the content is not what has been requested. Thus the failing
> checksum test.
> 
> In case you still have that first download, have a look at it. If it is
> not an HTML document, I'll owe a beer to anyone greeting me with the
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