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Re: Installing the validator on OS X

From: Terje Bless <link@pobox.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 20:32:48 +0100
To: Chris Casciano <chris@placenamehere.com>
cc: www-validator@w3.org
Message-ID: <a0106000b-1024-6BA131B84B5311D789E10030657B83E8@[193.157.66.23]>

Chris Casciano <chris@placenamehere.com> wrote:

>on 2/28/03 11:17 AM, Ville Skyttä at ville.skytta@iki.fi wrote:
>>On Fri, 2003-02-28 at 08:47, Chris Casciano wrote:
>>
>>>- the file validator.conf file wasn't included in the tar dist...
>>>Grabbed it from cvs, made the needed changes (pointing at the parser
>>>in /sw/bin being one) & tossed it in /etc/w3c
>>IIRC, that's a packaging buglet, check.cfg is the one that should be
>>copied to validator.conf wherever you like it.
>
>Okie... I was just pointing it out for the record

Thanks. We (well, "I", to be brutally honest) kinda dropped the ball on
this one; we renamed the file without thinking it through very well in
advance. Hopefully by the time the Validator and it's documentation is in
sufficient state that non-gurus are able to install it locally, this will
no longer be an issue. :-(


>Yes, well aware. I'd be more concerned with the version/stability if I
>planned to let anyone besides myself access my mirror. As it is this was
>more a proof of concept so I merely followed the "documented" checkout
>procedures.

Ah, I think Ville didn't state this quite directly enough; CVS HEAD is very
likely to be in a non-runnable state (read: "horribly b0rken") for a long
while yet. That it happens to run right now is more an artifact of it being
in between major changes right now. You *really* want to be on
validator-0_6_0-branch if you want runnable code!


>Thx, it should. As I mentioned, I didn't have any luck getting Liam's
>lq-nsgmls installed in OS X. Running "%onsgmls --version" I get:
><sp:message sp:id="mid0"
>sp:severity="I"
>>
>"OpenSP" version "1.5"

These are Nick Kew's improved XMLMessageReporter messages from OpenSP.
AFAIK these aren't in lq-nsgmls (right Liam?) and they shouldn't be enabled
by default in OpenSP (you need to give "./configure" the
"--with-xml-messages" flag to enable them). This suggests a bug somewhere,
combined with lq-nsgmls picking up the libosp.so from OpenSP instead of
it's own version.

Possibly we should put some effort towards making a static build of OpenSP
available for Mac OS X until all these issues are resolved. :-(


/me goes looking for the Dec2002 Dev Tools Update; all 300MB of it... :-(

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