Magnus Hagander <> writes:
> On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 18:00, Tom Lane <> wrote:
>> Something else to keep in mind is that PDF-format docs are not terribly
>> forgiving of wide tables --- have you looked at what these look like in
>> PDF?

> I have not, and I can't seem to build them:
> openjade  -D . -D . -c
> /usr/share/sgml/docbook/stylesheet/dsssl/modular/catalog -d
> ./stylesheet.dsl -t tex -V tex-backend -i output-print -i
> include-index -V texpdf-output -V '%paper-type%'=A4 -o
> postgres-A4.tex-pdf postgres.sgml
> openjade:./stylesheet.dsl:678:2:E: flow object not accepted by port;
> only display flow objects accepted

Oh, not that again :-(.  We've never figured out exactly what triggers
that AFAIR.

> does that work for others, or did we break something globally in it?

FWIW, I built all the back-branch versions in both US and A4 formats
last week on Fedora 16.  Don't recall trying HEAD though.

> I'm not sure I've ever tried to built it on Ubuntu 12.10 before, so it
> could be that..

FWIW, all the recent reports of this seem to be on Ubuntu or Debian.
Don't know if that means few of us use Fedora or if it means Fedora has
fixed this.  I wonder a bit about this patch Fedora is carrying:;a=blob;f=openjade-1.3.2-gcc46.patch;h=962ac19ffea6bb6434ebb1a482d5604088192c7a;hb=fce180174c911b5982a5b1a45e09912c910e9bbf
which is stated to be for a recent gcc change, but it does seem to
have to do with creation of flow objects ...

                        regards, tom lane

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