[tei-council] Interpreting errors resulting from TEI build

Martin Holmes mholmes at uvic.ca
Mon Apr 18 15:11:50 EDT 2011

Ah -- now I see something which resembles my console output, but it's 
definitely different. It does contain the stuff about @calendar, but it 
doesn't seem to fail the way mine does on e.g. testmeta2010.

So I'm still not sure why my build results would differ from those of 
Jenkins. Any ideas?


On 11-04-18 11:53 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> No, check http://bits.nsms.ox.ac.uk:8080/jenkins/job/TEIP5-Test/ - the Jenkins configuration divides tei- build, like Gaul,into 3 parts.
> Carved in stone on my iPad
> On 18 Apr 2011, at 18:50, "Martin Holmes"<mholmes at uvic.ca>  wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> If this is the latest equivalent output from Jenkins:
>> <http://bits.nsms.ox.ac.uk:8080/jenkins/job/TEIP5/104/console>
>> then I'm puzzled. It shows no errors or warnings at all. My build is
>> based on a fresh checkout from SVN, followed by "cd trunk/P5", then
>> "make". Since Jenkins should also be working from the latest source,
>> it's difficult to see why the results would be different. But I don't
>> know what "the global attribute trap" is, so maybe there's something
>> specific that needs to be done to make the checked-out source work properly.
>> Can someone else who has a working build environment (Piotr or Kevin,
>> perhaps) run a build and see if you get the same errors as me?
>> Cheers,
>> Martin
>> On 11-04-18 11:38 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>>> Two things, from a quick glance with free wifi at an airport on holiday
>>>   1. If it does not say it's an error, it's probably just a warning - that probably applies to the rm messages
>>>   2. That message about @n looks to me like a mismatch of tei versions and xsl. I may be wrong, but my guess is that you met the global attribute trap.
>>> My advice is to check Jenkins and see if he reports errors. If not, it's your setup; if he does, then it's recent changes.
>>> Sebastian
>>> Carved in stone on my iPad
>> --
>> Martin Holmes
>> University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
>> (mholmes at uvic.ca)
> .

Martin Holmes
University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
(mholmes at uvic.ca)

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