Running the stage which builds docs helps to test our txt, pdf, and html generation across the various versions of ghostscript and xml support that exist through all participants in the Exim BuildFarm. It requires quite a few packages to be installed. I’ll relate my experiences getting it working on CentOS systems and hopefully this can be enough of a guide to get it working on yours.
rpm -Uvh xfpt-0.08-1.x86_64.rpmThe above package is available for download for CentOS 6 and CentOS 5. The package is available directly on Debian and Ubuntu distros.
yum install xmlto ghostscript docbook-style-xsl gc w3m
./configure && make && make installFor CentOS 5, it was more complicated because the older version of gcc didn’t like the way things were being typedef’d in the png headers; I had to do:
./configure --disable-jpeg --disable-png && make && make installA package is available for download for CentOS 6. The package is available directly on the Debian and Ubuntu distros.
Once that was in place, the build system can do all the steps to make all of the documentation.