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Misleading error message when Markdown is not installed #876

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brejoc opened this Issue May 7, 2013 · 7 comments

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brejoc commented May 7, 2013

The error message from pelican when Markdown is not installed is:

WARNING: Could not process /home/………/src/2010-01-03-cloud-solution.md
'bool' object is not callable

It took me quite a while to realize what the problem was. Perhaps pelican should output somthing like this:

WARNING: Markdown is not installed. Please install Markdown via pip or your systems package management.

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wking commented May 7, 2013

@avaris pointed this out on IRC yesterday, and I've got a fix in e747143 (part of #795).

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brejoc commented May 7, 2013

Very cool! I'm closing this.

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frantic1048 commented Jun 6, 2013

Oh,I met this just now,howerer I check the configure files,even my python and other things,the problem still here.
Now I've installed markdown,then there's no error any more. +_+
Thanks you a lot!

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kaibozhou commented Jun 8, 2013

I met this problem too .. thanks a lot!

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jimymodi commented Jun 9, 2013

I too met this problem. Thanks for pointing.

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akavlie commented Aug 30, 2013

I just ran into this problem too.

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Abyetc commented Apr 14, 2014

thx

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