Hello again -
I've started a fresh thread on this one because it's a fresh take on my
After four separate downloads of INDEX, and having each "make" fail, I
finally looked at the resulting INDEX file (what I should have done in the
first instance) and found it to be about 760K instead of the 3Megs it had
been after download. The error listed at the top of the file had to do
with the port "gimp-manual-ps", saying that the "PS" was not a recognized
document type, that only HTML and PDF were recognized document types (I
know, I should have saved that exact message but it's vapor now). After
CVSUP-ing again, and then placing "gimp-manual-ps" in the trash, I was then
able to do a typically clean make of the index. No problems.
Now here's the question: if this "gimp-manual-ps" port is not new, then how
is it that the document type is not recognized now when it was just a
couple of days ago? I don't know where the change has occurred, whether it
was in one of the supporting ports or whether it's in my system somewhere.
I'm currently going on the assumption that it's in my system, but I don't
really know where to look right now.
That's my workaround anyway - to delete the "gimp-manual-ps" port before
making the index.
Anyone else seen this?