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Re: "Malformed XML" (l10n?) problems on checkout

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-17 05:44:17 CET

Charles Bailey <bailey@newman.upenn.edu> writes:
> Two quick questions:
> - Is it worth a small patch to xml.c to include the contents of the
> offending buffer in a "Malformed XML" error message? It could yield a
> long/multiline message, but would help identify the offending text in
> a large operation.

Hmmm. That's tough. How big can the buffer get? (It would do us no
good to just display part of it, since we don't know where the problem
characters would be.) We could have a heuristic that we display the
buffer if it's below a certain size, and don't if it's above.

Are you, um, volunteering? :-)

> - Is it worth adding a bit of text about path name requirements to the
> docs? Would it go in the Book (e.g. the UTF/Path requirements bit of
> the developer info, or even a brief blurb about character sets in Ch
> 1), or elsewhere?

Yes, that patch would be uncontroversially welcome, I think!

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