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Re: Can someone do a small fix in CVS ?

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: Can someone do a small fix in CVS ?
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 00:34:35 +0000 (GMT)

> > Hi, could someone take a quick look at:
> > http://mail.gnu.org/pipermail/bug-gnustep/2002-December/002928.html
> > and fix it in CVS if it looks O.K. ? Its frutsrating to have to make
> > this change every time I try and do something under OpenStep 4.2
> 1)
> Since last Friday, some changes to the CVS, probably -make, have
> broken autogsdoc. Whenever you try to make _any_ docu (including core)
> you will get a
>       autogsdoc[91165] No filename arguments found ... giving up
> According to the ChangeLog for -base, there haven't been any significant
> changes to Tool/* so I guess the problem somewhere in -make.

I can't reproduce this - I rebuilt from scratch, and then doing a

cd core/base/Source
make -f DocMakefile

works fine ... at least, from a makefile point of view - autogsdoc is
called with all the proper arguments.

The run of autogsdoc later aborts with

../Tools/obj/autogsdoc: Uncaught exception NSRangeException, reason: Range 
location + length too great

but it's not a problem with makefiles - maybe Richard wants to look at it
but it's a separate matter.

If you have more details on what exactly goes wrong with the autogsdoc
invocation, it might help ... but unless a fatal typo slipped in
somewhere, we have not touched gnustep-make support for documentation in
the last month, so I can't see why it would be gnustep-make's fault.

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