XML library in OS X standalones: DTD files

Frank Engel fde101 at fjrhome.net
Mon Nov 8 08:47:19 CST 2004


Nope, not listed there under the IDE or the standalone.

Strange, I *know* I saw the XML bundle in the standalone's externals 
folder before, but it is not there now (the DLL gets copied into the 
Windows version's directory).

I copied it manually, and now it works.  I did a search on bugzilla and 
found bug 2153, which seems quite directly related, but it claims that 
the problem is fixed, while Check for Updates says I am up-to-date, and 
it is certainly not fixed for me.

Should this be reopened, or am I the only one having a problem here (I 
can't reopen it since I did not post the original report).

On Nov 6, 2004, at 13:12, Trevor DeVore wrote:

> On Nov 6, 2004, at 9:12 AM, Frank Engel wrote:
>
>> Aparently the DTD is not the problem at all.  I tried removing the 
>> DOCTYPE tag from the XML and I am getting the same behavior.  Is 
>> there any (relatively) easy way to make sure the XML library is 
>> actually being loaded by the standalone?  I suspect now that this may 
>> be the problem.  It is definitely in the "externals" folder in the 
>> app bundle.  I did check that a number of times already.
>>
>> I'd like to stick a bit of code in a preOpenStack handler to figure 
>> out if the XML library is loaded or not.
>
> Check for "RevXML" among the lines of the externalpackages of the 
> stack that has the externals property set.
>
>
>
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> Trevor DeVore
> Blue Mango Multimedia
> trevor at mangomultimedia.com
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