> I just got the following output from
> $ ./bootstrap
> ./bootstrap: Bootstrapping from checked-out hello sources...
> ./bootstrap: consider installing git-merge-changelog from gnulib
> ./bootstrap: getting gnulib files...
> Submodule 'gnulib' () registered for path 'gnulib'
> ./bootstrap: getting translations into po/.reference for hello...
> receiving incremental file list
> sent 34 bytes received 652 bytes 1372.00 bytes/sec
> total size is 295770 speedup is 431.15
> ./bootstrap: updated po//home/rrt/repo/hello/po/.reference.po...
> cp: cannot stat `po/.reference//home/rrt/repo/hello/po/.reference.po': No such
> file or directory
> (and then it continued, fine). But it seems to have constructed a bogus filename
> on the way.
I suggest you run "bash -x ./bootstrap >& log".
Then, if you look in the log, you can determine how that bogus-looking
name was formed. Once you know that, I'll bet you can even suggest a patch.
On 19 April 2012 10:45, Jim Meyering <jim@...> wrote:
> I suggest you run "bash -x ./bootstrap >& log".
> Then, if you look in the log, you can determine how that bogus-looking
> name was formed. Once you know that, I'll bet you can even suggest a patch.
Thanks, I think that worked. Patch sent separately.