RE: [libxml++] [ libxmlplusplus-Patches-719921 ] patch to make it compile on NetBSD
- From: Murray Cumming Comneon com
- To: libxmlplusplus-general lists sourceforge net
- Subject: RE: [libxml++] [ libxmlplusplus-Patches-719921 ] patch to make it compile on NetBSD
- Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2003 14:11:09 +0200
> From: Stefan Seefeld [mailto:seefeld sympatico ca]
> Christophe de Vienne wrote:
> > Le Vendredi 11 Avril 2003 22:45, SourceForge.net a écrit :
> > And if this could happen, it would probably be better to
> throw an exception.
> > Stefan, since you wrote this part, what's your opinion ?
> yes, absolutely. I had this code there because the set of
> node wrapper types
> wasn't/isn't complete yet, i.e. 'processing instructions' and
> others aren't
> covered. As I used that 'in house' I meant to track these
> messages and add
> the missing types. Of course in a production environment
> there shouldn't be
> any missing wrappers at all, or at least the system should
> bail out with
> a meaningful message. I'd suggest assert(), as the situation
> really hints
> at a bug in libxml++, not an (runtime) exceptional situation
> that could /
> should be treated by application code.
If something needs to be done could we please at least list it in a
sourceforge libxml++ bug?
What node types still need to be implemented?
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