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The other one I got was kdebase-workspace

[ 77%] Generating index.cache.bz2
meinproc4(28442)/kdecore (KLocale) KLocalePrivate::initEncoding:  Defaulting
to ISO 8859-1 encoding. 
index.docbook:20: parser error : Entity 'John.Tapsell' not defined
&John.Tapsell; &John.Tapsell.mail;
              ^
index.docbook:20: parser error : Entity 'John.Tapsell.mail' not defined
&John.Tapsell; &John.Tapsell.mail;
                                  ^
index.docbook:22: element othercredit: validity error : Element othercredit
content does not follow the DTD, expecting ((personname | (honorific |
firstname | surname | lineage | othername | affiliation | authorblurb |
contrib)+) , (personblurb | email | address)*), got (CDATA CDATA )
</othercredit>
              ^
index.docbook:460: parser error : Entity 'John.Tapsell' not defined
<para>&ksysguard; is currently developed and maintained by &John.Tapsell;
                                                                         ^
index.docbook:461: parser error : Entity 'John.Tapsell.mail' not defined
&John.Tapsell.mail;. &ksysguard; is a rewrite of
                   ^
make[2]: *** [doc/ksysguard/index.cache.bz2] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory
`/usr/home/gjohnson/rpmbuild/BUILD/kdebase-workspace-4.0.0/i386-redhat-linux-gnu'


gjohnson5 wrote:
> 
> I was trying to build some newer kde4 src.rpm's and 2 of them fail with
> parser errors
> 
> [  6%] Generating index.cache.bz2
> cd /home/gjohnson/rpmbuild/BUILD/kdeedu-4.0.0/doc/klettres &&
> /usr/bin/meinproc4 --check --cache
> /home/gjohnson/rpmbuild/BUILD/kdeedu-4.0.0/i386-redhat-linux-gnu/doc/klettres/index.cache.bz2
> /home/gjohnson/rpmbuild/BUILD/kdeedu-4.0.0/doc/klettres/index.docbook
> meinproc4(6598)/kdecore (KLocale) KLocalePrivate::initEncoding: 
> Defaulting to ISO 8859-1 encoding. 
> index.docbook:125: parser error : Entity 'systemsettings' not defined
> If you prefer having the language keyboard layout, please use
> &systemsettings;,
> 
> and I was wondering if there was a "dumb user" issue I was missing to fix
> this?
> 
> Tony
> 

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