publican-4.2.6-1.fc23 fails to build in F23:
+ cd Users_Guide
+ /usr/bin/perl -CDAS -I /builddir/build/BUILD/Publican-v4.2.6/blib/lib /builddir/build/BUILD/Publican-v4.2.6/blib/script/publican build --formats=html-desktop --publish --langs=en-US --common_config=/builddir/build/BUILD/Publican-v4.2.6/blib/datadir --common_content=/builddir/build/BUILD/Publican-v4.2.6/blib/datadir/Common_Content --nocolours
FATAL ERROR 3: validity:513 in Users_Guide.xml on line 118: ID info-Publican-Users_Guide-Important already defined
at /builddir/build/BUILD/Publican-v4.2.6/blib/script/publican line 1223.
Difference between working and failing build root:
gettext 0.19.2-5.fc22 > 0.19.3-1.fc22
perl-Test-Simple 1.001006-1.fc22 > 1.001008-1.fc22
libxml2 2.9.1-5.fc22 > 2.9.2-1.fc22
gettext-libs 0.19.2-5.fc22 > 0.19.3-1.fc22
file-libs 5.19-6.fc22 > 5.20-1.fc22
file 5.19-6.fc22 > 5.20-1.fc22
kernel-headers 3.18.0-0.rc0.git8.1.... > 3.18.0-0.rc0.git9.1....
There appears to be two issues here:
1: there are duplicate xml:id attrs in the PUG (see BZ #1197523)
2: libxml2 appears to be failing with the duplicate ID error even when there aren't duplicate IDs. Set Needinfo for ptravis who was going to open a bug about that.
I've filed https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1199396 for this issue.
*** Bug 1231907 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 23 development cycle.
Changing version to '23'.
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publican-4.3.2-1.fc23 disabled the tests.
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The tests are still disabled.
Re-enabled tests and it builds fine now.