Hi, Marco. Is any advance? Recently I tried to make pdf file, for test, pdf-en. I met above same errors.
If you have any, please let me know. P.S Some people-especially old people- prefer hard copies, like a book. For that pdf version is very good solution. Of course pdf is great for e-book reader for tablet or smartphone. Unfortunately we've had lots of problems with CJK languages. Thus I almost give it up but if it's possible to make gimp-help-2 to a pdf file, it would be wonderful. -- Regards, Jihui Choi On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 10:13 AM, Marco Ciampa <ciam...@libero.it> wrote: > On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 02:41:02PM -0400, john Culleton wrote: > > Elaborate things break more often then simple things. All I want is a > > Gimp Manual in pdf form for version 2.8. I can print this out, put it > > in a ring binder and use it as needed. What I got instead was a > > package with the guts of the manual in xml. I tried autogen, then > > ./configure, and then make. Consistently I get these error messages: > > > > > > Making all in quickreference > > make: Entering directory > > `/home/safe/Documents/gimp-help-2.8.0/quickreference' make: *** No > > rule to make target `svg/gimp-keys-ca.svg', needed by `svg'. Stop. > > make: Leaving directory > > `/home/safe/Documents/gimp-help-2.8.0/quickreference' make: *** > > [all-recursive] Error 1 > > > > Before I start hacking around eliminating references to the > > quickreference is there a standard solution to my problem? > > > > I don't want to spend days learning about docbook, wonderful though it > > may be. I have a project under way and I need to look some things in > > the manual. > > > > Anyone have a copy they are willing to share? Slackware 14 if anyone > > cares. > > > > I have another error: > > $make pdf-it > *** Making PDF (it) ... > Build the book set list... > xsltproc -o /tmp/tmpxAwlqk/doclist.txt --xinclude --xincludestyle > doclist.xsl /home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it/gimp.xml > Build the listings... > xsltproc -o /tmp/tmpxAwlqk/listings.xml --xinclude --xincludestyle --param > current.dir '/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it' > /usr/share/dblatex/xsl/common/mklistings.xsl > /home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it/gimp.xml > xsltproc -o gimp.rtex --xinclude --xincludestyle --param current.dir > '/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it' --param listings.xml > '/tmp/tmpxAwlqk/listings.xml' /tmp/tmpxAwlqk/custom.xsl > /home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it/gimp.xml > XSLT stylesheets DocBook - LaTeX 2e (0.3.4-3) > =================================================== > literal: default template used in programlisting or screen > literal: default template used in programlisting or screen > Don't know what gentext to create for xref to: "para" > (linkend=text-to-path) > Don't know what gentext to create for xref to: "para" > (linkend=text-along-path) > Image 'images/toolbox/paths-transform-1.png' not found > Image 'images/toolbox/paths-transform-2.png' not found > Image '../images/tool-options/stock-gravity-east-24.png' not found > Build gimp.pdf > built-in module xetex registered > no support found for ifthen > no support found for ifxetex > no support found for fontspec > no support found for xltxtra > no support found for fontenc > no support found for ucs > no support found for inputenc > no support found for fancybox > built-in module makeidx registered > no support found for babel > no support found for cmap > no support found for db2latex > built-in module bibtopic registered > building additional files... > checking if compiling is necessary... > the output file doesn't exist > xelatex -interaction=batchmode gimp.tex > > A possible reason for transformation failure is invalid DocBook > (as reported by xmllint) > > Error: [Errno 2] No such file or directory > make: *** [pdf/it/gimp.pdf] Errore 1 > > .... > > but > log/it-xmllint.log > contains > it: no errors. > > Any hint? > > -- > > > Marco Ciampa > > +--------------------+ > | Linux User #78271 | > | FSFE fellow #364 | > +--------------------+ > _______________________________________________ > gimp-docs-list mailing list > email@example.com > https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-docs-list >
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