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Old 04-28-2011, 01:59 AM   #1
coralfang
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libdvdcss/doxygen problem


Hello, installing a few things for dvd playback from slackbuilds website.

I'm not sure whats happening here, but when building libdvdcss it gets to this point:

Code:
Adding members to index pages...
From then on doxygen consumes 100% cpu as the output stops (left it for 30mins) and i cannot end the process without rebooting (kill -9 doesn't seem to end it).

What is happening here, has anybody else tried building this package yet? (slackware64 13.37)
 
Old 04-28-2011, 02:30 AM   #2
coralfang
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Ok, i didn't realise doxygen was used for generating documentation files, i simply added
Code:
--disable-doc
to the configure command in the slackbuild and it compiled fine.

I guess this is solved...
 
  


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