True, that the quotes screw it up. But the question is why they appear for you,
but not for others. This is the first time I hear about this problem. That's
what confuses me and I'm trying to wrap my head around what triggers this
Which cmake version do you use?
> On 6 Mar 2018, at 11:17, Jonas Hagen <jonas.ha...@iap.unibe.ch> wrote:
> Hi Oliver
> I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and the bash shell. The problem is that the PATH=
> assignment in front of the makeindex command is in quotes. In bash this does
> not work:
> user@host:/$ "VAR=value" ls
> VAR=value: command not found
> whereas this does work:
> user@host:/$ VAR=value ls
> I could not figure out how to make proper quoting. But the PATH assignment is
> not needed in front of makeindex, as it is called with an absolute path.
> On 06.03.2018 07:06, Oliver Lemke wrote:
>> Hi Jonas,
>> Thanks for the feedback. I'm curious why this happens in your case. On which
>> operating system are you? Is your makeindex command located in /usr/bin
>> ('which makeindex')?
>>> On 5 Mar 2018, at 12:04, Jonas Hagen <jonas.ha...@iap.unibe.ch> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> When building ARTS, the task "Generating arts_theory.stage1" fails with:
>>> /bin/sh: PATH<my_whole_path_var>:/usr/bin:: No such file or directory
>>> See verbose output in the attachment. For me, just removing the path in
>>> front of the makeindex command resolves the problem (see attached patch).
>>> Maybe there are better solutions. I think this has been around for quite a
>>> while, until now we just ignored the error, as the important parts are
>>> being built before this error happens. Maybe this is useful to somebody.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Jonas Hagen
>>> arts_dev.mi mailing list
> Jonas Hagen
> Institute of Applied Physics
> University of Bern
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