Re: [xml] namespace problem

Fuck.... ur are absolutely right Emmanuel... that was my mistake. I have to use xmlFirstElement(cur) I didnt know that the first node of a text-node is "\n". Someone has to write it down somewhere ;-)
I have a book about libxml und i searched google and this page, but didnt find an explanation like this.

Thx. i think now i can try to read the real files with the namespaces in hope that it will work.

thxthxthx ^^

2010/1/4 Emmanuel Rodriguez <emmanuel rodriguez gmail com>

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Andreas Wagner <andreaswagner7 gmail com> wrote:
The parent of the param Node where i should be is definitively parameter and the child must be param and i am in the correct line ( cur->line).

Be careful because if you have text between the parent element and the child element then you will have at least a text node in between the two elements.

The following xml snippet:

  <param  parName="parameter1" type="BOOL" value="true"/>

Element (<parameter)
  -> children (text "\n  ") -> next (Element <param >)

Text elements are part of the DOM too and they are also represented as xmlNodes. Use the property type to see what kind of node you're inspecting. If you really want to get the child element and not the child then use xmlFirstElementChild(cur)

Emmanuel Rodriguez

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