Is there any way to debug why a pack (e.g.) on the SWI-Prolog directory shows the “failed to process pack” error message? The pack installs fine, locally everything seems okay, the pldoc displays properly, so I’m not exactly sure where else to look.
The error is thrown by the prolog website, when it calls
pack_file_hierarchy//1, the error is thrown here:
This may help you track down things a little further.
pack_file_hierarcy//1 is here:
Oh, good call to check the website source! That will certainly give me a place to check, I’ll investigate that further
Hm, after futzing around a little to get the pack installed locally, pack_file_hierarchy//1 succeeds & shows the info on my end. Perhaps something to do with a previous version causing bad data for the pack to be saved?
Which pack are we talking about?
I’m specifically trying to figure out why my new tailwind_pl pack is showing the error message, but it seems like it’s something that’s come up before as well, so I’d be interested to see a general solution.
It seems to be fine now, no? Did this get fixed “by magic”, or did you do something? It is just a generic error. Without a reproducible case we can debug it will get hard.
Oh, indeed. Strange, even this morning when I replied I checked and it was still showing the error, but it is good now. I guess something was cached; I haven’t changed anything since yesterday.
The CDN network caches for one hour. You can contact one of the backends directly at e.g., eu.swi-prolog.org.
Hm, I don’t know if it was simply the HTML being cached, since I did see the latest version displayed on the page; not to mention it was in that state for much longer than an hour. Is there any sort of backround job on the server that only periodically updates the pack pages?