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[check] current checkout always says 'not valid'

From: Martin Duerst <duerst@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 17:47:43 +0900
Message-Id: <4.2.0.58.J.20021009174229.03dfa378@localhost>
To: public-qa-dev@w3.org

Dear colleagues,

I just set up again my trial version at http://validator.w3.org:8188.

However, on documents that are supposed to be valid, I get
a message saying
    This Page Is NOT Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional!
without any single warning or error message.
I thought this was due to the following code just calling
&erport_errors if $DEBUG is set:

   if ($File->{'Is Valid'} and not $DEBUG) {
     &report_valid($File);
   } else {
     $File->{Opt}->{'Show Source'} = TRUE;
     print &jump_links($File);
     print qq(<div class="splash">\n);
     &print_table($File);
     &print_warnings($File);
     print qq(</div>\n);
     &report_errors($File);
     &outline($File)     if $File->{Opt}->{'Outline'};
     &show_source($File) if $File->{Opt}->{'Show Source'};
     &parse_tree($File)  if $File->{Opt}->{'Show Parsetree'};
     &show_esis($File)   if $File->{Opt}->{'Show ESIS'};
     &show_errors($File) if $File->{Opt}->{'Show Errors'};
   }


But even when setting the code to something like

   if ($File->{'Is Valid'} ) { #and not $DEBUG) {
     &report_valid($File);
   } else {
     $File->{Opt}->{'Show Source'} = TRUE;
     print &jump_links($File);
     print qq(<div class="splash">\n);
     &print_table($File);
     &print_warnings($File);
     print qq(</div>\n);
     if ($File->{'Is Valid'}) {
       &report_valid($File);
     } else {
       &report_errors($File);
     }
     &outline($File)     if $File->{Opt}->{'Outline'};
     &show_source($File) if $File->{Opt}->{'Show Source'};
     &parse_tree($File)  if $File->{Opt}->{'Show Parsetree'};
     &show_esis($File)   if $File->{Opt}->{'Show ESIS'};
     &show_errors($File) if $File->{Opt}->{'Show Errors'};
   }

AND setting DEBUG to 0, I still get the same behavior.

Any help?

Regards,     Martin.
Received on Wednesday, 9 October 2002 04:48:21 GMT

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