Package Details: inform7-ide-git 2.0.0.r89.g94b9c510-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/inform7-ide-git.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: inform7-ide-git
Description: a ide for the inform language/compiler
Upstream URL: https://github.com/ptomato/inform7-ide
Licenses: GPL3
Provides: inform7-ide
Submitter: silverhikari
Maintainer: silverhikari
Last Packager: silverhikari
Votes: 0
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2022-05-16 07:07 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-06-13 06:19 (UTC)

Latest Comments

Baytars commented on 2022-08-05 11:22 (UTC)

@silverhikari Well I admit it's me who posted that issue. Thanks for your response and hope we can together give feedbacks to the developer.

silverhikari commented on 2022-08-05 08:01 (UTC) (edited on 2022-08-05 08:02 (UTC) by silverhikari)

@Baytars it is a known issue in the inform issue tracker and the solution currently listed on the post does not seem to work as the solution is to make forcekits but that is already apart of the pkgbuild

Baytars commented on 2022-08-05 01:26 (UTC) (edited on 2022-08-05 01:36 (UTC) by Baytars)

Successfully built but compilation of an Inform 7 project failed even if it was empty. Source:

"testInform7" by "Akio"

Result report:

Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- BasicInformKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/BasicInformKit/arch-16.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- BasicInformKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/BasicInformKit/arch-16d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- BasicInformKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/BasicInformKit/arch-32.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- BasicInformKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/BasicInformKit/arch-32d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- CommandParserKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/CommandParserKit/arch-16.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- CommandParserKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/CommandParserKit/arch-16d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- CommandParserKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/CommandParserKit/arch-32.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- CommandParserKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/CommandParserKit/arch-32d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- WorldModelKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/WorldModelKit/arch-16.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- WorldModelKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/WorldModelKit/arch-16d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- WorldModelKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/WorldModelKit/arch-32.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- WorldModelKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/WorldModelKit/arch-32d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- EnglishLanguageKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/EnglishLanguageKit/arch-16.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- EnglishLanguageKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/EnglishLanguageKit/arch-16d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- EnglishLanguageKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/EnglishLanguageKit/arch-32.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problem. Something went wrong late in compilation, when working through the 'pipeline' of code-generation steps. (This should not normally happen unless your source text is making use of '(-' and '-)' and getting that wrong, or unless you are experimenting with non-standard pipelines.) The pipeline looks like so:
1. new
2. load-kit-source <- EnglishLanguageKit
3. parse-insertions
4. resolve-conditional-compilation
5. compile-splats
6. generate binary -> /usr/share/inform7-ide/Inter/EnglishLanguageKit/arch-32d.interb
Problem: unable to open file named in pipeline step
Problems occurring in translation prevented the game from being properly created. (Correct the source text to remove these problems and click on Go once again.)

This seems to be an issue of the language version. If choosing versions below Inform 10, there is no such error.