Docs build failure

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Feb 20 09:58:24 EST 2018

Geert Janssens <geert.gnucash at> writes:

> I think @CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR@ would have worked just fine as well. cmake's 
> configure_file command works with both formats. I don't know why John chose 
> the shell-like variable notation.
> But yes, the changes were necessary to get configure_file to work. It would 
> not work with the @-...-@ notation.
> You can probably use
> sed -es/'${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}'/${top_srcdir}/g
> The single quotes around ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR} will prevent bash from expanding 
> it on the spot. bash will still remove them so sed will see
> -es/${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/<bash-expanded-value-of-${top_srcdir}>/g

I did this and it appears to be working now.

> Geert


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