I'm facing the same error. I did a trace and found that sass.compile of
lms/static is causing the trouble. Everytime it tries to compile, it get
killed after a few seconds.
Can you please help?
On Monday, March 14, 2016 at 6:45:34 PM UTC-7, Braden MacDonald wrote:
> Eugeny, if you're still experiencing this error, can you try "paver
> compile_sass --debug" and see if that produces a more useful error message?
> You can also pass in "--system=lms" to skip the CMS, in case the problem is
> only on the CMS side.
> Finally, if that doesn't help, you can always put "import pdb;
> pdb.set_trace()" into the code
> and step through until you find the error.
> @OpenCraft <http://opencraft.com/>
>> Hi guys!
>> In analyticsstack, `paver devstack lms` fails during "compile_assets"
>> stage, with non-informative error message:
>> edxapp@precise64:~/edx-platform$ paver devstack lms
>>> // snip : requirements install, reindex_course
>>> ---> pavelib.assets.update_assets
>>> python manage.py lms --settings=devstack preprocess_assets
>>> lms/static/sass/*.scss lms/static/themed_sass
>>> System check identified some issues:
>>> wiki.ArticleRevision.ip_address: (fields.W900) IPAddressField has been
>>> deprecated. Support for it (except in historical migrations) will be
>>> removed in Django 1.9.
>>> HINT: Use GenericIPAddressField instead.
>>> Finished preprocessing lms assets.
>>> xmodule_assets common/static/xmodule
>>> Finished processing xmodule assets.
>>> ---> pavelib.assets.compile_coffeescript
>>> node_modules/.bin/coffee --compile `find
>>> /edx/app/edxapp/edx-platform/lms /edx/app/edxapp/edx-platform/cms
>>> /edx/app/edxapp/edx-platform/common -type f -name "*.coffee"`
>>> ---> pavelib.assets.compile_sass
>> If I upgrade to libsass 0.10.1 (using pip install -U libsass), the error
>> message make a little bit more sense:
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> line 196, in _run_task
>>> return do_task()
>>> line 193, in do_task
>>> return func(**kw)
>>> File "pavelib/assets.py", line 267, in compile_sass
>>> line 644, in compile
>>> raise CompileError(v)
>>> CompileError: Error: media query expression must begin with '('
>>> on line 65 of
>> So, what am I doing wrong and how to fix it? I've tried switching between
>> master and release branches - no luck.
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