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Re: SGML docs can't be built as .PDF ...

From: Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us>
To: Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us>
Cc: pgsql-docs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: SGML docs can't be built as .PDF ...
Date: 2007-12-27 18:08:18
Message-ID: 200712271808.lBRI8Ij14652@momjian.us (view raw or flat)
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I can confirm your exact behavior on my machine and I am researching
group levels too.  I haven't come up with any fix yet either.

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Tom Lane wrote:
> I've confirmed recent reports of trouble building PDF output from our
> CVS HEAD SGML.  Using Fedora 8 openjade (plus slow-lists patch),
> with the TeX parameter size increases recommended in our docs, it dies
> here:
> 
> LaTeX Warning: Reference `PGCRYPTO-WITH-WITHOUT-OPENSSL' on page xlvii undefine
> d on input line 55630.
> 
> 
> LaTeX Warning: Reference `101017' on page xlvii undefined on input line 55655.
> 
> ! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [grouping levels=255].
> \rlap #1->\hb(at)xt@ \z@ 
>                       {#1\hss }
> l.55663 {start}}
>                 \Link%
> !  ==> Fatal error occurred, the output PDF file is not finished!
> 
> There does not seem to be any parameter controlling "grouping levels",
> but in any case it seems that this is not so much TeX's problem as a bug
> in the TeX code emitted by openjade.  The failure is occurring in the
> list-of-tables (presumably at the 255'th table, though I didn't count),
> and at the end of the list of tables I find
> 
> {\def\Label%
> {PL-LANGUAGE-TABLE}}\endNode{}\endSeq{}\endLink{}\endPar{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\end!
>  Seq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\e!
>  ndSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}
> \endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSeq{}\endSpS{}\Node%
> {\def\Element%
> 
> All those \endSeq{}'s correspond to unclosed \Seq macros in the code for
> each list-of-tables entry.  So this looks to me like a stylesheet bug,
> but I don't know the DSSSL stuff well enough to know where to look.
> Anyone want to tackle it?
> 
> (A workaround might be to suppress the list-of-tables in PDF output,
> but I dunno how to do that either.)
> 
> 			regards, tom lane
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