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SubjectRe: CML2?
André Dahlqvist <andre@beta.telenordia.se> wrote:
> > $ ./cmlcompile.py kernel-rules.cml
> > cmlcompile: I/O error, file "kernel-rules.cml"
> > $
> >
> > This is Debian GNU/Linux Woody.
>
> I'm running Debian woody too, and CML2 0.7.2 runs just fine here. You
> mentioned further down in your mail that you have tried every version
> since 0.6.x, do you mean that they have all resulted in the same error?

Yes.

> Looking at the source for cmlcompile that error is, logically enough,
> printed when a IOError exception is thrown. I don't think this is
> CML2's fault. Are you low on disk space? Or do you perhaps not have
> write permissions in the directory where you're running cmlcompile?

I am not low on disk space. I checked the file permissions, nothing odd there.

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