Re: Re: [xml] xmlParseFile

Sorry if I didn't answer immediatly.
I can give you more details.
Daniel suggests me to escape '#' and then call xmlParseFile but this doesn't give you any results. 
Then I try to escape all my string (with for example the apache function ap_escape_url() which is very good): 
if I print it all the string is escaped but when I give it to xmlParseFile() this trasform it. The 
interesting thing is that I try to call with the browser the printed string (after the escape) all is ok and 
my server returns xml).

Is it possible to parse a URI without call xmlParseFile (and the without unescaping it)?

I don't know if it is a good idea but why you don't use the apache function ap_escape_url and ap_unescape_url?
You could rewrite them for libxml2.

Thanks for your help


On Mon, Dec 23, 2002 at 02:07:40PM -0500, Daniel Veillard wrote:
  have you made any progress on this issue ?

No, sorry, I've had a few time in the last days.

I hope to look at it again on this holidays (I hope ... :-)

Anyway, I'm only trying to fix xmlBuildURI and only in the case of absolute 
URIs, the general problem still remains and need a rethough of
the URI handling mechanism ...


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