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Eclipse treats inline ssi's as errors [message #199940] Mon, 17 September 2007 23:49
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Hallo everybody,

in Eclipse WTP i came across a strange behavior. It seems Eclipses error
tracking can't understand inline ssi directives, such as:

<li><a<!--#if expr="$i=contact.shtml || $i=impressum.shtml ||
$i=siteInfo.shtml || $i=legal.shtml"-->class="active"<!--#endif -->
id="contact" href="contact.shtml">//contact</a></li>

Problems View in Eclipse returns error:

Start tag (<a>) not closed. WebContent/includes navi.shtml line 4
1189796188296 195

or warnings like this:

Invalid character used in text string (
). WebContent/includes subNavi.shtml line 7 1189796188296 208

Invalid text string (
style="visibility: visible"
). Self Marketing/WebContent/includes subNavi_de.shtml line 26
1189796188281 172

I wonder if i forgot to turn something on, or if this is a bug. Anybody
know something about that?


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