Re: [xml] thanks a lot ---some more help ---

On Wed, Jan 18, 2006 at 10:32:35AM -0500, Rob Richards wrote:
All that explains is what the three programs do and how to run them. 
Just wanted to know if one way was better (or more accurate) than the other.

  the 3 programs tests a bit less, but allow testing on more platforms,
and do things like valgrind tests, etc ...

Reason I ask is I ran the tests both ways on linux then tried it on 
Windows. Windows failed for all the ent11 and ns7 tests using runtests 
(while the nmake tests were passing as it ended up ignoring the line 
endings) so I was tracking down why. Seems grabbing those files 
result\.. (and it is only those 2 sets of files) from CVS under windows 
has windows line endings while the same files retrieved under linux has 
unix linefeeds. Its not a CVS setting as the other result files are 
retrieved correctly with unix line endings. cvs diff shows no difference 
between the files, so wondering where the linefeeds are coming from.

  Well may depend on your CVS client. I would say checkout on a sane platform
and just export the code to Windows from there. Also allows to make CVS diffs
without end of line brokeness, and in general to trust the tools.


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

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