[Expat-discuss] re: Invalid Token: Carriage return?
Fred L. Drake, Jr.
fdrake at acm.org
Thu Sep 25 11:55:54 EDT 2003
Steven Nikkel writes:
> Well, the file isn't all that important,
> something simple like this does it depending on the file format:
It can be a simple example like this, but what's important is that we
see the exact bytes you have on disk for a file which breaks.
Also, does the xmlwf application also report the error for the file?
> Parse error at line 2, character 0:
> not well-formed (invalid token)
> I've compiled the expat library into my program. It is used to parse XML
> files used for configuration.
I think what Karl wants to know (and what I think would be more
- how do you load data from the file?
- how to you initialize the parser instance?
= how do you pass the data into the parser?
This is where a code snippet that shows you use of Expat, and that
duplicates the behavior you're seeing in your application, would be
*really* helpful to help us figure out what's happening, so we can
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at acm.org>
PythonLabs at Zope Corporation
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