ports/96731: textproc/docbook-utils doesn`t build

Hiroki Sato hrs at FreeBSD.org
Sun May 13 17:18:50 UTC 2007

Paweł_Pękala <c0rn at o2.pl> wrote
  in <20070513172336.6a911fdd at caprica.slowicza.org>:

c0>  Suggested approach works for me too, but I find it rather hackish.
c0> Looking at the Makefile of docbook-utils it seems that it needs
c0> dockbook in version 3. But durning the build the errors indicate that
c0> it uses dockbook 4 "headers" and from my very little knowledge about
c0> dockbook it seems that those two versions of docbook are incompatible.
c0> So in my opinion this needs a broader approach, sadly I don`t know
c0> docbook internals to sugest any solution ;/

 As far as I looked into ports/96731 and ports/66246, the problem is a
 line like CATALOG "/usr/local/share/xml/docbook/4.1.2/docbook.cat" in
 /usr/local/share/sgml/catalog.ports.  It installs duplicated (and
 wrong) entries into the catalog chain and breaks the build.

 However, no port should install the line into sgml/catalog.ports.
 Could you reproduce this symptom even when you did a clean install?
 If so, could you tell me when the line was added?

| Hiroki SATO
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