|RE: [eclipse.org-planning-council] Fragility of the XML project plan|
I suppose that's the Turing Test at play :-) What I consider inconsequential means nothing to the parser.
I didn't consider that the schema would be this issue--I got the template for my plan from my PMC lead and didn't think to modify any of that stuff. When I said I had "more than passing familiarity" with XML, what I meant was "I know how to spell it". :-)
OK, I will go back into my cave and try to stay warm with this little camp stove, but maybe we could at least have some error messages?
From: eclipse.org-planning-council-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:eclipse.org-planning-council-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Christian W. Damus
Sent: Friday, January 16, 2009 1:49 PM
Subject: Re: [eclipse.org-planning-council] Fragility of the XML project plan
I'm not sure that it is "mildly" invalid input.
Your plan.xml declares XHTML as the default namespace:
XHTML is as strict about tag matching as any other XML schema. That's one of its advantages over HTML. :-)
Probably the project-plan renderer uses a validating parser to load the plan.xml, so the process bombs before the PHP ever sees anything?
On 16-Jan-09, at 2:41 PM, CLONINGER ERIC-DCP874 wrote:
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