I'm using Slackware 13.1 and am trying to install KmyMoney from SlackBuilds.
For some reason, I get the following compiling error:
Scanning dependencies of target kmymoney-handbook
make: Leaving directory `/tmp/SBo/kmymoney-4.5.2/build'
make -f doc-translations/it_kmymoney/kmymoney/CMakeFiles/kmymoney-handbook.dir/build.make doc-translations/it_kmymoney/kmymoney/CMakeFiles/kmymoney-handbook.dir/build
make: Entering directory `/tmp/SBo/kmymoney-4.5.2/build'
/usr/bin/cmake -E cmake_progress_report /tmp/SBo/kmymoney-4.5.2/build/CMakeFiles
[100%] Generating index.cache.bz2
cd /tmp/SBo/kmymoney-4.5.2/doc-translations/it_kmymoney/kmymoney && /usr/bin/meinproc4 --check --cache /tmp/SBo/kmymoney-4.5.2/build/doc-translations/it_kmymoney/kmymoney/index.cache.bz2 /tmp/SBo/kmymoney-4.5.2/doc-translations/it_kmymoney/kmymoney/index.docbook
index.docbook:195: warning: failed to load external entity "dtd/kdex.dtd"
index.docbook:197: parser error : Entity 'language' not defined
index.docbook:197: element book: validity error : No declaration for attribute lang of element book
index.docbook:201: element title: validity error : No declaration for element title
>Manuale di &kappname;</title>
And the error goes on and on with similar "validity" errors.
It seems like this error is related to some handbook or translation documentation? Is there some dependency I'm missing? (There shouldn't be according to SB). Or is there a way I can block compiling this documentation in the build script?
I tried commenting out "set -e" in the build script, but the resulting packing wouldn't run after I installed it.