Re: [xml] bug in xmllint parsing of content model

On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 11:48:43AM -0500, Syd Bauman wrote:
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  Hum, that's the second time in 24 hours that a content model
analysis problem is reported. There is something going on ...

Yes, it's all an ingenious plot designed to help decrease the ridicu-
lous commercialism associated with Valentine's Day (at least here in
the USA -- I don't know where you are) by keeping you busy so you
won't go out shopping.

  In France and it's the same here...

  Hum, okay that looks like a serialization bug, annoying but should be
relatively easy to fix.

Glad to hear it; hope so.

  Well that was just about the fact that reserializing the instance
gave a different content  model, not about the core and different 
problem of the erroneous non-deterministic computation.

Errrr, um ... sorry. I feel a bit silly having trouble attaching a
simple text document to mail (using vm 7.07 under Emacs 21.2.1, in
case anyone has any suggestions). I'll try again:

  Okay, I got it now, I will look at it, 



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