geert.gnucash at kobaltwit.be
Mon Mar 5 07:23:34 EST 2018
Op zondag 4 maart 2018 20:57:54 CET schreef Geert Janssens:
> Op zondag 4 maart 2018 17:40:08 CET schreef Geert Janssens:
> > Op zondag 4 maart 2018 16:19:46 CET schreef Robert Fewell:
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > Just tried to build the latest unstable for Windows but it fails with
> > > this
> > > ...
> > >
> > > [ 76%] Generating gnucash.appdata.xml
> > > C:/gcdev64/msys2/mingw32/bin/msgfmt.exe: cannot locate ITS rules for
> > > C:/gcdev64/gnucash/unstable/src/gnucash-git/gnucash/gnome/
> > > gnucash.appdata.xml.in
> > > make: ***
> > > [gnucash/gnome/CMakeFiles/gnucash-appdata.dir/build.make:61:
> > > gnucash/gnome/gnucash.appdata.xml] Error 1
> > > make: *** [CMakeFiles/Makefile2:7919:
> > > gnucash/gnome/CMakeFiles/gnucash-appdata.dir/all] Error 2
> > > make: *** [Makefile:163: all] Error 2
> > > *** Error during phase build of gnucash-git: ########## Error running
> > > make
> > > -j 1 *** [15/17]
> > >
> > > Poked around but could not get it to work so thought I would see what
> > > the
> > > build server logs yield but that has not worked since 25/02/2018 so no
> > > help
> > > there.
> > This probably means msgfmt is not finding gettext's its rules. On linux
> > they are in /usr/share/gettext/its and/or /usr/share/gettext-0.19.8/its.
> > I had to search a bit on the windows build server. Apparently there they
> > are stored under /mingw32/share/gettext/its which for some reason is not
> > where msgfmt is expecting them. We can fix this by setting environment
> > variable GETTEXTDATADIR to /mingw32/share/gettext somewhere that it's in
> > the environment when gnucash is being built. I don't know offhand how to
> > do that exactly in jhbuild.
> > > So I downloaded that build but it fails with a missing
> > > libboost_date_time-mt.dll so if the above is fixed it still might not
> > > work.
> > Interesting. The build server's build failure is a gettext issue as well.
> > It fails to compare GETTEXT_VERSION_STRING to 0.19. Or more precisely it
> > seems like GETTEXT_VERSION_STRING is not being set.
> FYI, I'm in the process of rerunning my own unstable build, but it looks
> like it will still take a few hours...
> > > Also the maint
> > > build is complaining about certificates and gives up.
> > Hmm, looks like our download script isn't happy with the new certificate
> > being used at aquamaniac. It appears the download function we use is not
> > smart enough to read Alternative DNS names from the certificate... To be
> > investigated...
> I have looked at the maint issue. I tried adding "--no-check-certificates",
> but that didn't make any difference. The issue is not the certificate not
> being accepted, on the mingw version of wget it's merely a warning. But for
> some reason wget doesn't get any response from the aquamaniac website. So it
> retries 20 times and then gives up.
> To work around this, I have manually downloaded the necessary gwenhywfar and
> aqbanking packages and stored them in the downloads directory for the maint
> build. As we're targeting only one last maint release, that should do.
The workaround works with gwenhywfar 4.18.0 and aqbanking 5.7.6beta. I also
tried upgrading to gwen 4.20.0 and aqbanking 5.8, but that results in a build
failure due to some conflicting data type. So for now I have reverted to the
older two versions.
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