Re: [xml] sgi regression failure

I am attaching the code for a standalone.  As I mentioned in the
original mail, yes this code works, it has been tested on linux and mac
as well. I guess I should have just given you the code to start with. I
was surprised this was specific to sgi as well.  Maybe it has more to do
with how it configures on sgi, I don't know.

This tarball has a source file, and an example dtd and the xml file that
uses it in separate directores.  The purpose of this code is that I want
the xml files to be relocatable, but always validate against a known

You will need to set an environment variable before running this to
point to the directory contained in this tarball, (wherever you untar

export PATH_TO_DTD={wherever you untar it/xml-test/dtdlocation}

Then run it with the xml file as argument.

./tst-cat volume-rendering.srn

There is no makefile, it is a single .cc file Compile lines for linux
and sgi are commented at the top of the .cc file.

I will try the CVS version as well.


On Thu, 2006-02-23 at 17:01 -0500, Daniel Veillard wrote:
On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 10:56:20AM -0700, Martin Cole wrote:
I ran into this because of a failure on this platform finding a dtd from
my catalog entry.  (works on other platforms)

I do the following and fail on this platform:

  I doubt it's platform specific. Did you tried on Linux ?

  xmlCatalogAdd(BAD_CAST "public", BAD_CAST "-//SCIRun/Network DTD, 
            BAD_CAST "path to the dtd file");

  /* create a parser context */
  ctxt = xmlNewParserCtxt();
  if (ctxt == 0) {
    std::cerr << " Failed to allocate parser context
    return -1;
  /* parse the file, activating the DTD validation option */
  doc = xmlCtxtReadFile( ctxt, argv[1], 0, (XML_PARSE_DTDATTR | 
                                            XML_PARSE_DTDVALID) );

  the code ain't a standalone application, I won't try it.

So i ran the regressions (whose output follows). It looks like the
regexp xpath tests fail which is likely why validation fails.

  no it's completely unrelated, and fixed in CVS.

Any suggestions for where I should go from here?

  Your code may just not work.


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