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Re: [ANNOUNCE] LibXML2 (2.5.7) test packages available
- From: Patrick Eisenacher <eisenacher at fillmore-labs dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2003 15:12:44 +0200
- Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] LibXML2 (2.5.7) test packages available
- Organization: Fillmore Labs GmbH <http://www.fillmore-labs.com/>
xmllint works fine for me. I tested it with the following options:
$ xmllint -noout -valid -catalogs Specification.xml
not specifying -catalogs or specifying -dtdvalid <URL> fetches the DTD
from the given URL, as expected. Without the -valid option, only the
well-formedness is checked. And without the -noout option, xmllint
outputs the result tree to stdout. Validity and well-formedness errors
are reported if present. My document is of medium size (~400k). I
haven't tested any of the other options.
Now I'm looking forward for an updated xsltproc, cause that was what
wasn't compatible with the latest XSL stylesheets.
I have uploaded test packages for LibXML2 version 2.5.7 to sources.redhat.com . The LibXML2 source and binary packages *should* be available on most mirrors by the beginning of next week. The source package does not *yet* contain a patch file; for some reason (me being tired?) `diff' was thinking the entire source package had changed, only the configury has changed, however.
Please test the library as much as possible, as I'd like to get this update "out there" ASAP. If you find any problems/Cygwin related bugs, please let me know on the list (email@example.com).
Updated packages for LibXSLT are to follow.
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