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Re: Workbench fails to build documentation

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  • Subject: [mg110530] Re: Workbench fails to build documentation
  • From: "M.Roellig" <markus.roellig at googlemail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 01:53:54 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <hvq573$4s$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hi, thanks for the reply.

That is funny, because the Build HTML checkbox is not marked.
Marking or unmarking it doesn't make a difference for me. Both fails.

Cheers,

Markus

On 22 Jun., 13:01, Gerry Flanagan <flana... at materials-sciences.com>
wrote:
> I saw the line> build/PathTest-HTML
>
> go by. I had problems with the "Create HTML" checkbox under Application
> Tools. I never researched further because unclicking the box gave me
> what I wanted.
> Gerry F.
>
> On 6/21/2010 2:12 AM, telefunkenvf14 wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Jun 19, 6:46 am, "M.Roellig"<markus.roel... at googlemail.com>  wrote=
:
>
> >> Hi group,
>
> >> after some frustrating fights with Workbench 2 and quite unconclusive
> >> emails with Wolfram Support I would like to ask if anybody else is
> >> having similar problems or even any ideas how to solve them.
>
> >> The problem is: Workbench completely fails to build any documemntation
> >> file. No matter which. I tried to use the example projects from the
> >> Wolfram web pages. I used simple test cases. I even tried an fresh and
> >> empty project
> >> with an empty template page for a guides page. Everything else works
> >> fine as far as I can tell. I can call the Mathematica kernel from
> >> Workbench, I can debug code. I can run notebooks from within Workbench
> >> as Mathematica and so on. It's just the building of documentation that
> >> fails. I even reinistalled Workbench AND Mathematica. Wolfram support
> >> has no clue what the problem might be and basically gave up which I
> >> find somewhat unsupportive...
> >> I created a test user to make sure that no umlauts in the user name/
> >> path are messing things up.
>
> >> The building attempts produce the following messages in the cosole
> >> window:
>
> >> --------------
> >> BEGIN-----------------------------------------------------
>
> >> Buildfile: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\PathTest\docbuild.xml
> >> clean:
> >> main:
> >> docbuild:
> >>       [echo] DocumentationBuild: C:\Users\Test\.eclipse
> >> \1678130227\configuration\org.eclipse.osgi\bundles\10\1\.cp
> >> \MathematicaSource
> >>       [echo] Mathematica Install Dir: C:\Program Files\Wolfram R=
esearch
>
> >> \Mathematica\7.0
> >>       [echo] MathKernel: C:\Program Files\Wolfram Research\Mathe=
matica
>
> >> \7.0\MathKernel.exe
> >>       [echo] Input: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\PathTes=
t/
> >> PathTest/Documentation
> >>       [echo] Output NB: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\Pat=
hTest/
>
> >> build/PathTest/Documentation
> >>       [echo] Output Web: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\Pa=
thTest/
>
> >> build/PathTest-HTML
> >> initMathematicaTask:
> >> main:
> >>       [echo] DOCUMENTATION BUILD
> >>       [echo] Source: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\PathTe=
st/
> >> PathTest/Documentation
> >>       [echo] Destination: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\P=
athTest/
>
> >> build/PathTest/Documentation
> >>       [echo] Language: English
> >>       [echo] Log path: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\Path=
Test/
>
> >> build/log/log.txt
> >>       [echo] Exitcode path: C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base
> >> \PathTest/build/log/exitcode.txt
> >>       [echo] Application path: C:\Users\Test\.eclipse
> >> \1678130227\configuration\org.eclipse.osgi\bundles\10\1\.cp
> >> \MathematicaSource
> >>       [echo] JLink path: C:\Program Files\Wolfram Research\Mathe=
matica
>
> >> \7.0/SystemFiles/Links/JLink
> >>       [echo] Build Index: True
> >>       [echo] Link base: PathTest
> >>       [echo] Script: C:\Users\Test\.eclipse\1678130227\configura=
tion
> >> \org.eclipse.osgi\bundles\10\1\.cp\MathematicaSource\DocumentationBuil=
d
> >> \SystemFiles\ant\Build\notebook.xml
>
> >> BUILD FAILED
> >> C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\PathTest\docbuild.xml:132: The
> >> following error occurred while executing this line:
> >> C:\Users\Test\WolframWorkspaces\Base\PathTest\docbuild.xml:97: The
> >> following error occurred while executing this line:
> >> C:\Users\Test\.eclipse\1678130227\configuration\org.eclipse.osgi
> >> \bundles\10\1\.cp\MathematicaSource\DocumentationBuild\SystemFiles\ant
> >> \Build\notebook.xml:71: Failed to launch or connect to Mathematica
> >> kernel: Connected MathLink program has closed the link, but there
> >> might still be data underway.
>
> >> Total time: 764 milliseconds
>
> >> --------------------------END ---------------------------------
>
> >>   I am using Windows 7 Enterprise 64 Bit.
>
> >> $Version
>
> >> "7.0 for Microsoft Windows (64-bit) (February 18, 2009)"
>
> >> Any ideas?
>
> >> Cheers,
>
> >> Markus
>
> > If I had to guess...
>
> > In Workbench, double-click on the PackletInfo.m file and then on the
> > 'Documentation' tab (at the bottom of the screen). Now, highlight
> > 'Guide' and create a new page (say, 'MyGuide'), and then highlight
> > 'Tutorial' and create another new page (say, 'MyTutorial'. You don't
> > actually have to fill these out yet.
>
> > Select the 'MyGuide' page you've just created and hit the 'Set Main'
> > button.
>
> > Assuming you already have a bunch of functions with basic usage
> > mesages defined in your package, when you expand the 'Symbols' folder,
> > you should see a list of these functions. If they have a red X in
> > front of them, then the function pages have not yet been created. One
> > way to create a function page is to double click on one of these and
> > follow the prompt. Mathematica will then open, and a new template will =
be
> > generated for the function. You can then save and close it (or edit
> > it, of course).
>
> > Alternatively, you can create a bunch of these templates at once. To
> > do so, click the 'Create Symbol Pages' button and choose the 'Select
> > Missing' button. Mathematica will then iteratively build them all. Pret=
ty
> > slick, IMO.
>
> > Make sure you're PackletInfo.m is saved and the build process *should*
> > work now. :)
>
> > Hope this helps... (I'm not a Workbench expert by any means)
>
> > -RG- Zitierten Text ausblenden -
>
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