Re: [xslt] Sometimes plain text output from cron

On Tue, Sep 18, 2007 at 02:13:38PM -0400, Elliotte Harold wrote:
>    On 9/18/07, Daniel Veillard <[1]veillard redhat com> wrote:
>        The  processor  uses  libxml2  to load the tree associated to the
>      stylesheet(s)
>      and  then  add attributes to it as the compilation phase. You can't
>      get an
>      empty  sheet  just  on  I/O problems you will get a fatal XML error
>      first.
>    Is  there  any  way it could read just the root element and then error
>    out?   Or  perhaps  read  the  root  element  and then misdiagnose the
>    namespaces of the child elements?
>    I  may  well  be  barking  up  the wrong tree here, but the plain text
>    output is very suggestive.

  I don't see how this could happen without an XML Fatal error stopping


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