[Slackbuilds-users] long-time build errors (open-adventure, notepadqq, sbocheck of adobe-reader & VariCAD)
matteo.bernardini at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 05:37:34 UTC 2018
2018-08-07 6:57 GMT+02:00 David Melik <davidnchmelik at gmail.com>:
> Notepadqq won't work when there's a libwebp version after 0.5.n, though not
> a dependency (and not dependency of a dependency?) The maintainer said
> recompile with a new libwebp. I did, then notepadqq wouldn't run, and I
> notified him, but didn't hear back (months ago.) People need libwebp
> updated for other SBo packages, so we can't have 'dependency Hell' starting.
> I have adobe-reader and sbocheck always says it has to be rebuilt as 9.5.5
> rather than the current 9.5.5_enu.
> I have VariCAD and and sbocheck always says it has to be rebuilt for
> 2013_2.01 rather than the current 2013_2.01_en.
> I get this error compiling open-adventure (for months.)
> cc -std=c99 -D_DEFAULT_SOURCE -DVERSION=\"1.4\" -O2 -fPIC
> -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -fstack-protector-all -o advent main.o init.o
> actions.o score.o misc.o saveresume.o dungeon.o -ledit -lncurses
> a2x --doctype manpage --format manpage advent.adoc
> ERROR: advent.adoc: line 1: malformed manpage title
> ERROR: advent.adoc: line 4: first section must be named NAME
> ERROR: advent.adoc: line 7: second section must be named SYNOPSIS
> a2x: failed: asciidoc --doctype=manpage -d manpage -b docbook
> Makefile:68: recipe for target 'advent.6' failed
> make: *** [advent.6] Error 1
I've just tried building open-adventure and its dependencies (libedit
ad PyYAML) here on a clean and full installation of slackware64-14.2
and I don't have the error you got when a2x (part of linuxdoc-tools)
processes its man page.
I'm now trying a build of notepadqq and all of its dependencies,
having previously installed libwebp, but it will take a little:
libwebp it's an optional dependency of qt5-webkit, so I thought that
building all of the notepadqq dependencies from scratch might help.
I can't answer about sbocheck because I never used it.
P.S. I've tried on stable because that's the supported platform, I
don't know if you're running current.
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