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From "Jeff Levitt (JIRA)" <derby-...@db.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (DERBY-279) Tagging in DITA docs causes Derby builds to fail.
Date Fri, 13 May 2005 00:50:04 GMT
Tagging in DITA docs causes Derby builds to fail.

         Key: DERBY-279
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-279
     Project: Derby
        Type: Bug
  Components: Documentation  
 Environment: all
    Reporter: Jeff Levitt
 Assigned to: Jeff Levitt 
    Priority: Minor

There seems to be a tag in the DITA docs at the end of most of the files (I found it in almost
500 of them).  I think the tag was generated by the tool I had used to create the DITA files
originally during the migration to DITA.  In any case, the tag is formatted like this: <?pub
*xxxxxxxxx?>, where the x's are a string of numbers.  I know these tags are unnecessary
for our docs, but until now I didn't think they affected anything.  However, in researching
why the doc builds sometimes fail for different users and different platforms, it occured
to me that it could be because of this tag.  The build failure usually logs that files need
to "start and end with the same entity."  Well, if this pub tag is at the end of a file, then
it could be causing the problem.  Indeed, I just had a build failure, then removed the pub
tag, and the build succeeded.  So I would like to remove these arbitrary tags from all of
the doc files.

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