I bet you left the makefile unchanged. Try `make book-result/welcome.html`
Yes I read the makefile and saw it and I fixed the tutorial.
I updated the tutorial so that when one reads it we are not forced to
edit the makefile.
I'm perfectly happy with the default ouput name.
Here it tries to run ./pillar something something that looks correct
(but fails because I didn't download the pillar image in that directory)
DISCLAIMER: I'm not fixing the other archetypes until I'm happy with
the book one. So don't expect them to work this weekend.
On 17 September 2016 at 12:11, stepharo <steph...@free.fr
I followed the pillarChap and I could get it running :(
Installing and Exporting your First Document
You first need to get Pillar. For that, we recommend downloading
and exe- cuting the script available at
pillar/master/download.sh in the base directory if you are on an
Unix environ- ment.
chmod +x download.sh ./download.sh
Then, you can load an archetype (see Section 14.2) with command:
./pillar archetype welcome
You have the possibility to rename the directory in which your
files will be exported. To do that you have to change the
OUTPUTDIRECTORY variable in the Makefile:
OUTPUTDIRECTORY = result
Then, you can check everything is working fine by creating a
first.pillar file with this content:
And finally compiling it from a terminal (see Section 14.6 for
more informa- tion about the command-line interface):
make: *** No rule to make target `result/welcome.html'. Stop.
there is a welcome.pillar so I should be able to get welcome.html
Now I do not get the expression make result/first.html cp
welcome.pillar first.pillar tryingFromDoc make result/first.html
make: *** No rule to make target `result/first.html'. Stop. I
think that this doc is simply bogus. Each time I tried it I have
to fix it radically. make welcome is working so may be this is
what we should add to the doc. I do not think that Pillar guys are
reading this mailing-list so I will try to save what should be
saved. :( Stef Stef