Here is the problem:
I've made the "eword", "head", "text", "textref", "texttag", and "word" files. What do I do to turn them into a "honmon" and "catalogs"? The Google translation of the FreePWING documentation isn't much good.
I'm under the impression that I use "fpwmake" with a specially crafted Makefile to produce a "honmon" and "catalogs".
I add "include fpwutils.mk" into the Makefile and perform...
% perl /usr/local/libexec/freepwing/fpwsort
% perl /usr/local/libexec/freepwing/fpwindex
% perl /usr/local/libexec/freepwing/fpwcontrol
% perl /usr/local/libexec/freepwing/fpwlink
...in the directory with the "eword" et cetera files.
I end up with...
ctrl eword text
ctrlref head textref
eidx0 idx0 texttag
eidxref0 idxref0 word
...but running "fpwmake" yields...
test -d work || /usr/local/libexec/freepwing/mkdirhier work
/usr/local/libexec/freepwing/perl.sh /usr/local/libexec/freepwing/fpwparser \
Can't open perl script "/usr/local/libexec/freepwing/fpwparser": No such file or
make: *** [work/parse.dep] Error 2
Since I used Mr. Loffler's markup parser, I don't think I need to run fpwparser.
I'm running this inside of Cygwin and performed a normal "./configure & make & make install" procedure on the FreePWING utilities. Is there something I'm missing?