Re: [xml] Possible bug in libxml2?

Am Sonntag, den 04.02.2007, 03:16 +0100 schrieb Daniel Leidert:

I wanted to create a gettext portable object template (.pot) file from
Norman Walsh's "DocBook: The Definitive Guide". Therefor I used:

xml2po -e -o book.pot book.xml

and received a segmentation fault. So I started gdb and got the attached
backtrace. Can any of you say, where the segmentation fault is produced
- in xml2po or libxml2/python-libxml2 - so I can file a bug-report?
xmllint validates the XML source if you fix the <tag> element in
refpages/elements/equation/refentry.xml (should be an sgmltag element).

I forget. See the attached Makefile (and replace the
defguide/en/Makefile with the attached one) to create bookinfo.xml with
xsltproc and you don't need any further stuff from upstreams SVN to
create all files to reproduce the bug. Just run

make bookinfo.xml
xml2po -e -o book.pot book.xml

to try to reproduce the bug.

Regards, Daniel

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