Guenter Milde | 1 Nov 08:57 2010
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Re: rst2html: AttributeError: 'system_message' object has no attribute 'indent'

On 2010-10-29, Christophe Delord wrote:

> I'm using rst2html to build my web site. I'm trying to put some lists in a
> sidebar but I get the following error:

> $ rst2html --section-numbering --cloak-email-addresses
> --record-dependencies=3D.deps.1 index.rst index.html
> AttributeError: 'system_message' object has no attribute 'indent'
> Exiting due to error.  Use "--traceback" to diagnose.
> Please report errors to <docutils-users <at> lists.sf.net>.
> Include "--traceback" output, Docutils version (0.6 [release]),
> Python version (2.6.6), your OS type & version, and the
> command line used.

As David already said, this is an error in error reporting...

> A list with one item works but not with two or more...

> eg: this doesn't work

> .. sidebar:: |url|

>     About me:
>         * `English resume <cv/cv.en.html>`_ `(PDF) <cv/cv.en.pdf>`__
>         * `CV fran=E7ais <cv/cv.fr.html>`_ `(PDF) <cv/cv.fr.pdf>`__

I cannot reproduce the error here. Could you post a *minimal* example?

> The sidebar is in a file that is included in the main document.

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Christophe Delord | 1 Nov 13:10 2010
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Re: rst2html: AttributeError: 'system_message' object has no attribute 'indent'

Hello,

2010/11/1 Guenter Milde <milde <at> users.berlios.de>
On 2010-10-29, Christophe Delord wrote:
 
I cannot reproduce the error here. Could you post a *minimal* example?

With the *minimal* example posted in the previous David's message I can reproduce the error.

Just put this *more minimal* example in a single file:

---8<------------------------------------------------------------------------

.. sidebar:: A sidebar

    `link 1 <1.html>`_

| `link 2 <2.html>`_
| `link 1 <1.html>`_

---8<------------------------------------------------------------------------

 
Did you include this file in a line-block?
(I suppose that a sidebar directive inside a line-block is not really
supported.)

The sidebar is not in a line-block but there are duplicate links in the sidebar and in the line-block.
If I swap the last two lines, there is no problem.
 

Christophe.
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Stefan Merten | 1 Nov 15:23 2010
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xml2rst with setup.py

Hi!

I finally wrote a `setup.py` for my old XSLT based transformer from
Docutils XML to reStructuredText source. This makes the whole thing
much more usable.

Check the sandbox for `xml2rst` or download the package from

	http://www.merten-home.de/FreeSoftware/xml2rst/

						Grüße

						Stefan
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Guenter Milde | 1 Nov 22:21 2010
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Re: rst2html: AttributeError: 'system_message' object has no attribute 'indent'

On 2010-11-01, Christophe Delord wrote:
> 2010/11/1 Guenter Milde <milde <at> users.berlios.de>
>> On 2010-10-29, Christophe Delord wrote:

>>  I cannot reproduce the error here. Could you post a *minimal* example?

...

> The sidebar is not in a line-block but there are duplicate links in the
> sidebar and in the line-block.
> If I swap the last two lines, there is no problem.

Actually, the sidebar directive (like everything not required to
reproduce the problem) should be removed to make a minimal example::

  `link 1 <1.html>`_

  | foo
  | `link 1 <1.html>`_

The interesting part is, that if you switch the last two lines or the
first line and the line-block, not only the error disappears, but also
there is no System-Message in the output.

Günter

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Stefan Merten | 6 Nov 13:54 2010
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Feedback for new rst.el wanted

Hi Emacs users!

I just committed a new version of `rst.el`_. Fontification of comments
should work in all instances and line blocks also fontify in this
version.

Most important, however, are changes to support font-locking better.
Since this topic is very difficult and among other things depends on
the Emacs version I'm very interested in any problems you may
encounter with this version. In any case the changes work fine for me
for quite a while now.

.. _rst.el: svn://svn.berlios.de/docutils/trunk/docutils/tools/editors/emacs/rst.el

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Nils-Hero Lindemann | 8 Nov 14:39 2010

Bug(?) report: building doc fails, tests fail

Hi,

! Not subscribed to this user list. Contact me via <nils <at> freiewelt.org> !

I run Python v3.1.2 under XP v5.1.2600
Dont know version of cmd, it is the one which was included with XP.

Downloaded this snapshot today (2010.11.08):
http://docutils.sourceforge.net/docutils-snapshot.tgz

Extracted it with 7-zip v4.65 to Desktop

Did "python setup.py install" from a cmd inside that extracted 'docutils'-folder.

Then i did two things, running the testsuite and building the docs:

1. Tried the converted testsuite for python 3 like described here ...
http://docutils.sourceforge.net/README.html#running-the-test-suite
... and got this output (complete cmd):
('Das System kann den angegebenen Pfad nicht finden' means 'windows cannot find
the given path')

--- snip ---
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test>python alltests.py
ERROR: Can't import test_readers.test_python.test_functions, skipping its tests:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\package_unittest.py", l
ine 101, in loadTestModules
    module = import_module(mod)
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\package_unittest.py", l
ine 132, in import_module
    mod = __import__(name)
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_readers\test_pytho
n\test_functions.py", line 13, in <module>
    from docutils.readers.python.moduleparser import trim_docstring
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\docutils\readers\python\__in
it__.py", line 14, in <module>
    from docutils.readers.python import moduleparser
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\docutils\readers\python\modu
leparser.py", line 211, in <module>
    import compiler
ImportError: No module named compiler
Testing Docutils 0.8 [snapshot 2010-09-01, r6395] with Python 3.1.2 on 2010-11-0
8 at 00:25:56
Working directory: C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test
Docutils package: C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\docutils
...EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE..............................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
..............................................Das System kann den angegebenen Pf
ad nicht finden.
.Das System kann den angegebenen Pfad nicht finden.
.Das System kann den angegebenen Pfad nicht finden.
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
................................................................................
............................
======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/compact_lists.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/dangerous.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/field_name_limit.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/latex_docinfo.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/misc_rst_html4css1.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/multistyle_path_embedd_rst_html4css1
.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/multistyle_path_rst_html4css1.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/multistyle_rst_html4css1.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/pep_html.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/standalone_rst_html4css1.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/standalone_rst_latex.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/standalone_rst_manpage.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/standalone_rst_pseudoxml.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/standalone_rst_s5_html_1.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

======================================================================
ERROR: test_functional.py: functional/tests/standalone_rst_s5_html_2.py
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_functional.py", li
ne 176, in test
    expected = '\n'.join(f.read().splitlines())
TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 1116 tests in 8.578s

FAILED (errors=15)
Elapsed time: 9.438 seconds

C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test>
--- snip ---

2. when building the docs (plus '--traceback') like described here ...
http://docutils.sourceforge.net/README.html#usage
... i get this (complete cmd):

the problem, as usual, occurs on line 23.

--- snip ---
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils>python build\lib\tools\buildhtml.py --config=t
ools\docutils.conf --traceback
/// Processing directory: C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils
    ::: Processing: BUGS.txt
    ::: Processing: COPYING.txt
    ::: Processing: FAQ.txt
    ::: Processing: HISTORY.txt
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "build\lib\tools\buildhtml.py", line 247, in <module>
    Builder().run()
  File "build\lib\tools\buildhtml.py", line 192, in run
    self.visit(root, files)
  File "build\lib\tools\buildhtml.py", line 215, in visit
    prune = self.process_txt(directory, name)
  File "build\lib\tools\buildhtml.py", line 240, in process_txt
    settings=settings)
  File "C:\p\python\3.1\lib\site-packages\docutils\core.py", line 357, in publis
h_file
    enable_exit_status=enable_exit_status)
  File "C:\p\python\3.1\lib\site-packages\docutils\core.py", line 641, in publis
h_programmatically
    output = pub.publish(enable_exit_status=enable_exit_status)
  File "C:\p\python\3.1\lib\site-packages\docutils\core.py", line 203, in publis
h
    self.settings)
  File "C:\p\python\3.1\lib\site-packages\docutils\readers\__init__.py", line 68
, in read
    self.input = self.source.read()
  File "C:\p\python\3.1\lib\site-packages\docutils\io.py", line 258, in read
    data = self.source.read()
  File "C:\p\python\3.1\lib\encodings\cp1252.py", line 23, in decode
    return codecs.charmap_decode(input,self.errors,decoding_table)[0]
UnicodeDecodeError: 'charmap' codec can't decode byte 0x90 in position 5406: cha
racter maps to <undefined>

C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils>
--- snip ---

Greetings, Nils

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Guenter Milde | 8 Nov 09:51 2010
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Re: Bug(?) report: building doc fails, tests fail

On 2010-11-08, Nils-Hero Lindemann wrote:

Thanks for the bug report. As Python 3 support is still patchy, we
appreciate the feedback but cannot guarantee fast or simple solutions.
Documentation patches are welcome.

Also, testing under windows is impossible for me.

> ! Not subscribed to this user list. Contact me via <nils <at> freiewelt.org> !

I'll send you a copy of the post to the list. Could you consider
following the discussion there, e.g. via Gmane?

> I run Python v3.1.2 under XP v5.1.2600
> Dont know version of cmd, it is the one which was included with XP.

...

> Did "python setup.py install" from a cmd inside that extracted
> 'docutils'-folder.

> Then i did two things, running the testsuite and building the docs:

> 1. Tried the converted testsuite for python 3 like described here ...
> http://docutils.sourceforge.net/README.html#running-the-test-suite

Are you sure you tried the converted test suite? The mentioned document
points to the non-converted test suite (it was written in before 3000).

> C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test>python alltests.py

On my system, the converted test suite is under

  ... docutils/build/lib.linux-x86_64-3.1/test/

> ERROR: Can't import test_readers.test_python.test_functions, skipping its tests:

> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\package_unittest.py", l
> ine 101, in loadTestModules
>     module = import_module(mod)
>   File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\package_unittest.py", l
> ine 132, in import_module
>     mod = __import__(name)
>   File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\test\test_readers\test_pytho
> n\test_functions.py", line 13, in <module>
>     from docutils.readers.python.moduleparser import trim_docstring
>   File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\docutils\readers\python\__in
> it__.py", line 14, in <module>
>     from docutils.readers.python import moduleparser

>   File "C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils\build\lib\docutils\readers\python\modu
> leparser.py", line 211, in <module>
>     import compiler
> ImportError: No module named compiler

The compiler module is removed from the stdlib in Python 3.x. The
3.x-test-suite therefore disables tests of Docutils-parts requiring it.

Also messages like this suggest the wrong test version is used ...

...

> TypeError: sequence item 0: expected str instance, bytes found

...

> 2. when building the docs (plus '--traceback') like described here ...
> http://docutils.sourceforge.net/README.html#usage
> ... i get this (complete cmd):

The same question here:

> C:\user\nilshero\Desktop\docutils>python build\lib\tools\buildhtml.py --config=t
> ools\docutils.conf --traceback

is this the Python-3 version of the tools?

Günter

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Nils-Hero Lindemann | 8 Nov 22:51 2010

Re: Bug(?) report: building doc fails, tests fail

Hi, Günter, thanks for answering - Grüß Gott übrigens :-)

> Documentation patches are welcome.

Lets see what it is. Currently the only patch i could provide is:
'it seems to work well with Python 3 under XP, but the doc can not be compiled
due to a encoding error and the tests fail with 15 Errors, reason may be
partially wrong conversion to py3'.

> Also, testing under windows is impossible for me.

And i can not install old (too complex) or new (too hungry) Linux on my
512 MB RAM Laptop.

> > 1. Tried the converted testsuite for python 3 like described here ...
> > http://docutils.sourceforge.net/README.html#running-the-test-suite
> 
> Are you sure you tried the converted test suite?

Yes. after a build there are two suites, one is (or looks like) python3 code
(eg print-functions) and the other is not. i tested the py3 suite in the
build/lib/test directory (more than once). it throws 15 errors.
i also now tested the py2.5 suite with py2.5 (have that installed too but it is
not on PATH) it works, no errors. then i testet the py2.5 suite with py3.
it (obviously) gives a syntax error (print statement). I also testet building
the doc under python 2.5 which worked without errors.

conclusion: it is the 2to3-tool.

greetings, nils

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Guenter Milde | 9 Nov 21:11 2010
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Re: Bug(?) report: building doc fails, tests fail

On 2010-11-08, Nils-Hero Lindemann wrote:

> Lets see what it is. Currently the only patch i could provide is: 'it
> seems to work well with Python 3 under XP, but the doc can not be
> compiled due to a encoding error and the tests fail with 15 Errors,
> reason may be partially wrong conversion to py3'.

It works for me and others, so we have to sort out what is the difference...

>> > 1. Tried the converted testsuite for python 3 like described here ...
>> > http://docutils.sourceforge.net/README.html#running-the-test-suite

>> Are you sure you tried the converted test suite?

> Yes. after a build there are two suites, one is (or looks like) python3 code
> (eg print-functions) and the other is not. i tested the py3 suite in the
> build/lib/test directory (more than once). 

Fine.

> it throws 15 errors.

Not good.

> i also now tested the py2.5 suite with py2.5 (have that installed too
> but it is not on PATH) it works, no errors. 

Maybe Python 3 finds a 2.x version of some module(s) (e.g. from a
previous install) and takes this instead of the 2-3-converted?

> Then i testet the py2.5 suite with py3. it (obviously) gives a syntax
> error (print statement). 

What happens if you test the "should be Py3" suite with 2.5?

> I also tested building the doc under python
> 2.5 which worked without errors.

> conclusion: it is the 2to3-tool.

Im not sure about this. My suggestion is to compare sys.path for 3.x
and 2.5?

Günter
> greetings, nils

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