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Re: XSLT line numbers, <code>, etc.

From: Sean Owen <srowen@google.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 20:26:34 -0400
Message-ID: <e920a71c0710081726r5a8910bah3b96ac83e501909c@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Roland Gülle" <roland@7val.com>
Cc: public-mobileok-checker <public-mobileok-checker@w3.org>
What's the moki document it is trying to parse? it looks like a <line>
element is missing or empty. I checked in changes to check for
unexpected input more carefully in this method.

On 10/8/07, Roland Gülle <roland@7val.com> wrote:
> > I don't have any answer for the XSLT line-number issue. The Java
> > function only works on a Saxon-built DOM. When I try to have the XSLs
> > use the Saxon-built DOM version of the moki document I get some new,
> > undecipherable error. So there was not another answer to this? I
> > thought there may have been some other way to do this in XSL. I think
> > the XSL-based approach is indeed turning out to be more complex than
> > imagined, and I don't know if this one is solvable.
> I have tested a bit more and have a general problem.
> When using a hardcoded:
>                                 <position tidied="false" type="LINE_COLUMN"/>
>                                 <line>1</line>
>                                 <column>0</column>
> in in the result document,
> I get the exception:
>
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
>          at org.w3c.mwi.mobileok.basic.TestSubResultPosition.valueOf
> (TestSubResultPosition.java:85)
>          at org.w3c.mwi.mobileok.basic.TestSubResult.<init>
> (TestSubResult.java:57)
>          at
> org.w3c.mwi.mobileok.basic.AbstractTestImplementation.runTest
> (AbstractTestImplementation.java:33)
>          at
> org.w3c.mwi.mobileok.basic.AbstractXSLTTestImplementation.runTest
> (AbstractXSLTTestImplementation.java:27)
>          at org.w3c.mwi.mobileok.basic.Tester.runTests(Tester.java:68)
>          at org.w3c.mwi.mobileok.basic.Tester.main(Tester.java:145)
>
> I've also tried without column, tidied true, a line number from the
> CSS test, ...
> Same result.
>
> Is this a general problem in the Java code or only a problem with
> hardcoded values?
>
>   Roland
>
>
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