Re: wml error
Are you using WML 1.7.4 or 2.0.x? Debian's webwml is still for WML 1.7.4.
Yes, as Denis Barbier noted, it is only 5 lines or so of modification to
switch over, but when that happens is up to the Webmasters, as the WML on
va.debian.org (where the pages are built) needs to be updated too.
That's why I have both copies. WML 2.x.x for the OLVC Home Page I'm
maintaining (installed locally, not as a .deb package), while keeping the
wml_1.7.4 package installed.
BTW, the error you noted below is probably due to the bugfix re: ISO date
format. It was using something like DD-MM-YYYY instead of YYYY-MM-DD.
On Mon, Jun 26, 2000 at 07:29:00AM -0400, Behan Webster wrote:
> I'm stumped. I've updated my cvs tree, but I'm still getting the
> following error. I'd kinda like to fix this before checking in my
> changes to the consulting pages. 8)
> griffon:~/debian/webwml/english/consultants> make
> wml -q -D CUR_YEAR=2000 -o UNDEFuEN:alex_r.en.html alex_r.wml
> /usr/lib/wml/exec/wml_p2_mp4h: /home/behanw/tmp/wml.31930.tmp2.wml: 346:
> Warning:/home/behanw/tmp/wml.31930.tmp2.wml:346: Too few arguments to
> built-in `let'
> ePerl:Error: Perl runtime error (interpreter rc=255)
> ---- Contents of STDERR channel: ---------
> Day '99' out of range 1..31 at /home/behanw/tmp/wml.31930.tmp1.wml line
> ** WML:Break: Error in Pass 3 (rc=74).
> make: *** [alex_r.en.html] Error 1
> Any ideas?
> Behan Webster mailto:email@example.com
Anthony Fok Tung-Ling Civil and Environmental Engineering
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com University of Alberta, Canada
Come visit Our Lady of Victory Camp -- http://www.olvc.ab.ca/
- wml error
- From: Behan Webster <firstname.lastname@example.org>