Re: [xml] xmlSchemaNewParserCtxt coredump

Sorry about creating this fuzz... I posted the original message based on another developers problem - tried it myself - and when setting the correct path to the vsd files I am not able to reproduce the problem any longer. The other person is on vacation for 4 weeks - I will have to wait until then to see if the problem is solved or not.


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Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com>

04.08.2005 10:09
Please respond to veillard

        To:        Remy HAREL <rharel ext rd francetelecom com>
        cc:        Espen Ekeroth <espen ekeroth omxgroup com>, xml gnome org
        Subject:        Re: [xml] xmlSchemaNewParserCtxt coredump

On Thu, Aug 04, 2005 at 09:32:02AM +0200, Remy HAREL wrote:
> Daniel wants a small  source code which can help him reproducing this
> problem and see where it bugs.

 Actually no. I need a reproduceable test case based on xmllint.
The fact that xmlSchemaNewParserCtxt() crash may as well be due to
a heap corruption generated by other parts of their code or
an instance validation using a different schemas ...
 If the problem can be isolated to an schemas + an instance being
validated with xmllint, then it will be fixed quickly. If not,
there is no garantee, a standalone piece of code producing the
problem will be looked at but I don't want to debug other people
code, I have enough to do with mine.


Daniel Veillard      | Red Hat Desktop team
veillard redhat com  | libxml GNOME XML XSLT toolkit | Rpmfind RPM search engine

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