Re: [xml] Strange validation errors in libxml 2.9.0 with MSVC 2010

not a lot of help I know, but this is all I have to offer right noww.

I think, Ubuntu does upgrades pretty well. I have upgraded from 9.x to 12.x each release (have not tried 13.x yet) and I had only one minor problem (with grub), so I'd like to think you can rule out the upgrade issue. But, yes, do give it a try if you have the time - you never know.

It's the ghost in the machine :-)

Best regards: Zoltán Ördögh

On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 1:32 PM, brezhoneg1 <brezhoneg1 yahoo fr> wrote:

   thanks a lot for your response

   So far, it occurs on a Ubuntu13.04 32-bits (an upgrade from Ubuntu12.10 which already was an upgrade from Ubuntu12.04). These two upgrades went without problems, but maybe a clean installation from scratch  would
 be better to avoid risks of silent misfunctioning due to a bad cleanup of a previous version. For 64 bits, I don't know yet (not tested), but I guess this bug is likely to be on all platforms, since you've got it on Windows too.

  Anyway, the programs run very well, except they emit hundreds of irrelevant error messages that will surely scare end users for nothing !

Best Regards
E. Lintari

Le 28/04/2013 17:08, Zoltán Ördögh (GMail) a écrit :
thanks for checking in.

As far as I know, there is no solution for this problem yet.
Daniel recommended to debug into xmllib to find out what the problem might be - I simply don't have the bandwidth to do that.
So, I opted for avoiding the problem as a whole by downgrading to 2.8.0.

I guess this makes the fix more urgent - it's a bit harded to downgrade Ubuntu deployments.
Is this happening on a 32bit distribution, 64bit or both?

Best regards: Zoltán Ördögh

On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 6:29 AM, brezhoneg1 <brezhoneg1 yahoo fr> wrote:

   I just upgraded to Ubuntu13.04 that comes with libxml2.9.0, and I experience these exact same errors.
   C++ programs that used to work very fine with previous versions now show all these errors when compiled on this
   new Linux version. When using xmllint, everything's ok though. These programs load a DTD from a local file in the form of /home/user/prg/application.dtd then read XML files that use this DTD.

   Was the problem eventually fixed for your case ? If so, what was the underlying issue, since it is most likely the same one ?

E. Lintari

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