The README says, "If you want images, you need to add JIMI". Since I didn't care
about the images, I didn't install that.
Would that cause an out and out failure? Is this a MUST install. I didn't get that
from the README.
Installation details follow:
libxslt1-1.0.27-1mdk and libxslt-proc-1.0.27-1mdk installed to provide xslt
processing and xsltproc for commandline usage.
docbook-style-xsl-1.60.1-2mdk - unpacks in
/usr/share/sgml/docbook/xsl-stylesheets-1.60.1-2 and creates a
jd2sdk1.4.2 installed at /usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2 and symlinked to /usr/bin/java which
then sets JAVA_HOME prior to execution (Sun JDK)
(README says I can do this)
fop-0.20.5.tar.gz unpacked to doc/book/tools and symlinked to doc/book/tools/fop
In the Makefile (README says I can do this)
XSL_DIR := /usr/share/sgml/docbook/xsl-stylesheets
Command to make documents from w/in doc/book
(run_fop.sh looks for JAVACMD - if it exists, before looking for JAVA_HOME).
Executes fine - creates book.html, book.fo, etc until the first fop is called.
Java reports startup correctly.
It makes a few pages (book.pdf has 20k in it). And then continuously reports:
[INFO] area contents overflows area in line
When I finally hit ctrl-c after almost 12h of running, I get an error 130.
Ben Collins-Sussman (email@example.com) wrote:
>"Files" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Ok. Someone please tell me eveyrthing I have to have installed in
>> order to get fop to work right?
>> I did what the README said. Used the XSL_DIR directive. Etc. etc.
>* So you unpacked the docbook-xsl tarball into doc/book/tools/xsl/ ?
>* You installed libxslt, so the 'xsltproc' binary is in $PATH ?
>* You unpacked the fop-0.20.4 binary tarball into doc/book/tools/fop/ ?
>* You've copied the proper JIMI .jar file into doc/book/tools/fop/lib/ ?
>* You have a 1.4 JVM installed, and have set $JAVA_HOME to point to it ?
>> All I get when it finally gets to fop, is that it runs and spits out
>> that error constantly.
>Assuming the above is all true, show us the -exact output- of what
>happens when you 'cd doc/book; make book-pdf'. Here's what I see:
>$ export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2
>$ make book-pdf
> --output ./book/book.fo ./tools/fo-stylesheet.xsl ./book/book.xml
>Making portrait pages on USletter paper (8.5inx11in)
>./tools/bin/run-fop.sh . -fo ./book/book.fo -pdf ./book/book.pdf
>(Using './tools/fop/fop.sh' for FOP)
>[INFO] FOP 0.20.4
>[INFO] building formatting object tree
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