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From André Malo>
Subject Re: "missing designation data for language edited." after java update?
Date Tue, 27 Sep 2016 20:41:37 GMT
* Eric Covener wrote:

> I'm seeing some spam during docs/manual builds for some time, I think
> it started when I moved to java8.
>      [xslt] Processing
> /home/covener/SRC/httpd-trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml.meta to
> /home/covener/SRC/httpd-trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.html
>     [xslt]
> home/covener/SRC/httpd-trunk/docs/manual/style/xsl/typemap.xsl:59:34:
> Warning!
>     [xslt] FATAL: missing designation data for language edited.
>     [xslt] The XSLT-Stylesheet won't work without modification.
>     [xslt]

> $ cat /home/covener/SRC/httpd-trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml.meta
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
> <metafile reference="mod_rewrite.xml">
>  <basename>mod_rewrite</basename>
>  <path>/mod/</path>
>  <relpath>..</relpath>
>  <variants>
>    <variant>edited</variant>
>    <variant>en</variant>
>    <variant>fr</variant>
>  </variants>
> </metafile>
> From laymens POV, it is treating this "edited" variant as if it was a
> language. I don't know if my java change is the cause of the .meta
> contents or just a change in how it is interpreted.

Weird. And cannot reproduce. The interpretion is correct, though (it IS 
interpreted as a language). On the other hand the meta files are generated 
with perl. Also, I'm using java 8 for ages now, it should work easily.

What happens if you run `./ metafiles`? Does it change? Maybe the 
checkout has a problem?

Ah.. second thought... Does your editor create working files or backups 
called *.edited?

Das einzige, das einen Gebäudekollaps (oder auch einen
thermonuklearen Krieg) unbeschadet übersteht, sind Kakerlaken
und AOL-CDs.
                                      -- Bastian Lipp in dcsm

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