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

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-18 05:50:19 CET

"Dale Worley" <dworley@pingtel.com> writes:
> It would seem to me that if svn was to generate "Malformed XML" messages, it
> should do so like a good compiler generates messages, mentioning fairly
> narrowly the nature of the violation, the file (or whatever) within which
> the violation was found, and the line/character offset at which the
> violation was found. If it is dynamically created XML passed by the server
> or some such, svn should save it into a file, and tell the user the name of
> the file (as is now done with commit messages upon failed commits), so the
> user can attach it to the bug report.
> Yeah, that's more than a bit of work, but good error reporting takes work,
> and is almost always worth it.

I totally agree, and I love reviewing patches... :-)


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