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XML Calabash 0.9.21 released

From: Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 07:21:45 -0400
To: XProc Dev <xproc-dev@w3.org>
Message-ID: <m2iq7nsn5i.fsf@nwalsh.com>
Hi folks,

I've just published XML Calabash 0.9.21: http://xmlcalabash.com/download/

Changes in XML Calabash 0.9.21

 * Attempted to improve error messages.

 * Fixed bug where prefix and local-name were processed incorrectly if an
   explicit parameter port was given on the command line.

 * Added err: prefix to standard error QNames (printed for static and
   dynamic errors).

 * Added cx:metadata-extractor extension step; a thin shell around Drew
   Noakes' library [8]of the same name.

 * In p:http-request, throw err:XD0006 if detailed=false and there's no
   response body.

 * In p:xinclude, fixed bug where, when a sequence of children is
   selected by an XPointer expression, sometimes all but the last member
   of the sequence would be lost.

 * Improved error detection for some errors including random text between
   elements.

 * As a consequence of how non-XML data is handled by XProc, the
   p:http-request step usually sends binary data with a
   content-transfer-encoding of base64. If the new cx:send-binary
   extension attribute is set to true, the step will decode and send the
   data as raw binary.

 * Fixed a bug where options would sometimes not get passed through to a
   called XProc step.

 * In p:http-request, added support for a distribution attribute on
   c:body (needed for sending form data; this isn't in the spec yet but
   that's an oversight that will be fixed).

 * In p:parameters, if there's no namespace, don't output a namespace
   attribute on the c:param.

 * In p:hash, make sure byte values are padded to two characters when
   converting the binary hash to a string.

 * In p:wrap, fixed a bug where namespace bindings weren't available in
   the group-adjacent expression and errors were silently ignored.

 * In p:validate-with-relax-ng, fixed a bug where base64 encoded compact
   syntax schemas were not decoded before attempting validation.

                                        Be seeing you,
                                          norm

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