public class EDITExtract Schema ======= would appreciate your help. You should be able to get any number of warnings or errors, but I think you're out of luck when you get a fatal Error(). No, the progem goes to error() only, and only once.Today I had to look at a piece of code a colleague had written, using my XPath Accessor class.locator is this function, similar to one I spotted in the libxml2 source, which sets the line number for the validator: int locator(void *ctx, const char** file, unsigned long *line) That appears to give me correct line numbers for validation errors. The best idea I've had so far is for each SAX callback to update a variable containing the line number at the time it's run.This way, that variable (call it "goodline") will contain the number of the last line on which anything was successfully processed.This document contains the following sections:1.0 Sax parser introduction 1.1 XML introduction 1.2 XML versions 1.3 Parsing XML documents 1.4 Well-formed XML documents 1.5 Valid XML documents2.0 The sax API in Allegro CL3.0 Testing the sax parser: the test-sax-parser class4.0 LXML 4.1 What is LXML?
However, because of its versatility, XML is vulnerable to a wide spectrum of attacks, including .
The interface to the parser is based on the SAX (Simple API for XML) specification.
A SAX parser reads the input file and checks it for correctness.
I would think that libxml must already have this information, if only I knew where to look for it.
The extensible markup language (XML) is designed to help store, structure, and transfer data.