Latest checkout of appledoc yields warning for sdef.dtd upon execution. #322

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kickingvegas opened this Issue Feb 26, 2013 · 3 comments

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appledoc version: 2.1 (build 858)

Environment

  • OS X 10.8.2
  • XCode Version 4.6 (4H127)

Warning Message

appledoc \
--project-name Deanna \
--project-company 'Yummy Melon Software LLC' \
--company-id 'com.yummymelon' \
Deanna
appledoc version: 2.1 (build 858)

WARN: --output argument or global setting not given, will output to current dir     '/Users/cchoi/Projects/SensorTag/Developer/Deanna'!
file:///System/Library/ScriptingDefinitions/CocoaStandard.sdef:2: I/O warning : failed to load external entity "file://localhost/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd"
<!DOCTYPE dictionary SYSTEM "file://localhost/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd">
                                                                        ^

Observations

  • /System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd does not exist on 10.8.2.
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tomaz Feb 27, 2013

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This might have something to do with embedded templates, as I don't recognize the library... Did you try using explicit templates path (--templates)?

Weird error anyway - I'm building the latest codebase on 10.8.2 with Xcode 4.6 and all is fine...

On 26. feb. 2013, at 01:32, Charles Choi notifications@github.com wrote:

appledoc version: 2.1 (build 858)

Environment

OS X 10.8.2
XCode Version 4.6 (4H127)
Warning Message

appledoc
--project-name Deanna
--project-company 'Yummy Melon Software LLC'
--company-id 'com.yummymelon'
Deanna
appledoc version: 2.1 (build 858)

WARN: --output argument or global setting not given, will output to current dir '/Users/cchoi/Projects/SensorTag/Developer/Deanna'!
file:///System/Library/ScriptingDefinitions/CocoaStandard.sdef:2: I/O warning : failed to load external entity "file://localhost/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd"

                                                                    ^

Observations

/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd does not exist on 10.8.2.

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tomaz commented Feb 27, 2013

This might have something to do with embedded templates, as I don't recognize the library... Did you try using explicit templates path (--templates)?

Weird error anyway - I'm building the latest codebase on 10.8.2 with Xcode 4.6 and all is fine...

On 26. feb. 2013, at 01:32, Charles Choi notifications@github.com wrote:

appledoc version: 2.1 (build 858)

Environment

OS X 10.8.2
XCode Version 4.6 (4H127)
Warning Message

appledoc
--project-name Deanna
--project-company 'Yummy Melon Software LLC'
--company-id 'com.yummymelon'
Deanna
appledoc version: 2.1 (build 858)

WARN: --output argument or global setting not given, will output to current dir '/Users/cchoi/Projects/SensorTag/Developer/Deanna'!
file:///System/Library/ScriptingDefinitions/CocoaStandard.sdef:2: I/O warning : failed to load external entity "file://localhost/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd"

                                                                    ^

Observations

/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd does not exist on 10.8.2.

Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub.

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kickingvegas Feb 27, 2013

Yeah, sanity checking with others an apparently /System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd is there for them. I've got a copy of the file and appledoc now works as advertised. I still don't get/concerned as to why the file is not there though, but that's outside of topic here. Thanks for a great app!

Yeah, sanity checking with others an apparently /System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd is there for them. I've got a copy of the file and appledoc now works as advertised. I still don't get/concerned as to why the file is not there though, but that's outside of topic here. Thanks for a great app!

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Closing this issue for the moment being; it seemed to be one-off. Don't hesitate to comment and/or reopen it in case there's new development!

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tomaz commented May 17, 2013

Closing this issue for the moment being; it seemed to be one-off. Don't hesitate to comment and/or reopen it in case there's new development!

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