Re: [xml] RelaxNG structured error reporting
- From: Manuel González Castro <iinmgc00 ucv udc es>
- To: "libxml2" <xml gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [xml] RelaxNG structured error reporting
- Date: Sat, 8 Nov 2003 14:30:07 +0100
Daniel Veillard wrote:
Does it mean that Relax NG module doesn't support the new
structured error system? Am I missing something?
Yes, there is room in the Relax-NG validation context for
registering such an handler but no API for this yet.
Ok. Now I'm triying to get Relax NG errors using the old API but I've faced a strange problem. If I use the
same handlers as xmllint:
then I don't get filename or line number information. But xmllint does, and there's a message posted by Petr
Pajas a few days ago (http://mail.gnome.org/archives/xml/2003-November/msg00018.html) saying that setting
xmlRelaxNGSetValidErrors error handlers to fprintf reported full information. I've debugged "xmllint --noout
--relaxng test.rng test.xml" but I can't find what makes the difference.
Is there any special option or global variable?
Though the error are reported globally and can probably be trapped by
a global structured handler. Not tested yet,
If a global structured handler means "xmlThrDefSetStructuredErrorFunc(ctxt, myXmlStructuredErrorFunc)" I
tested it but no success, the handler is never called when a Relax NG validation error raises.
Thanks a lot,
Note: I use CVS 7/11/2003
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