There were two problems - the version of sphinx used; and that the
permissions were only assigned to you. I used chmod to assign them to
On 27/07/2009, at 4:10 AM, Justin Deoliveira wrote:
> As i mentioned to you before this is an issue with the version of
> sphinx installed on that box. I am not sure exactly what the problem
> is but the docs don't build without it.
> To get around it I used a neat tool called virtualenv (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv
> ) which basically allows you to create your own specialized python
> environment, isolated from teh system one. So I used it to install
> the correct version of sphinx.
> Sorry, I should have communicated this better. What we should do for
> the long term is get whoever admins that box to update sphinx so any
> user can build and publish the docs. Do you want to create a ticket
> for that?
> Until that happens our options are:
> 1) have be build them and put them into place
> 2) build them on your local machine, and upload them prebuilt to the
> Regardless of which method is used the docs need to be copied into /
> Also, it seems you have been trying to work around the problem. Can
> you let me know what you did, seems you changed some permissions and
> what not, I would like to reverse that so that there are not
> Jody Garnett wrote:
>> Okay I am figuring it out ...
>> I have removed all the warning in the sphinx build (if you build it
>> locally). The error is probably a reference to justin's magic script
>> that pulls in a source code example? I am not sure the server has
>> set up with that one yet....
>> On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 12:30 PM, Jody
>> Garnett<jody.garnett@...> wrote:
>>> I spent some time with chmod today and have everything sorted
>>> out ...
>>> However "make html" fails on the website with the following
>>> error ...
>>> line 1148, in _sanitize_tree
>>> TemplateSyntaxError: misplaced block 'rootrellink', blocks in child
>>> templates must be either top level or located in a block tag.
>>> line 24)
>>> The full traceback has been saved in /tmp/sphinx-err-h8Elch.log,
>>> if you want
>>> to report the issue to the author.
>>> The version of sphinx used is 0.6.
>>> At home everything works and I am using 0.6.2.
>>> On 24/07/2009, at 2:31 PM, Jody Garnett wrote:
>>>> Hi Justin:
>>>> I wanted to update the test.geotools.org website so I could ask the
>>>> user list to try the code examples (and start removing content from
>>>> the wiki). The /osgeo/geotools/geotools-web folder is all checked
>>>> as you - so I do not have permission to do an "svn up", or "make
>>>> html". In particular "make html" fails due to a missing Jinja_
>>>> template - did you install this software yourself?
> Justin Deoliveira
> OpenGeo - http://opengeo.org
> Enterprise support for open source geospatial.