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Re: pxf:mkdir in Calabash

From: Stefan Krause <stf@snafu.de>
Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2011 21:58:36 +0100
To: xproc-dev@w3.org
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> 1. to import or declare the step signature (usually by importing a step library)

... which you can find here:

http://xmlcalabash.com/extension/steps/fileutils.xpl

> 2. to let Calabash know which class to load for the step name

Calabash uses its build-in classes, so you don't need to register any external class. Make sure you bind the prefix pxf to the namespace http://xmlcalabash.com/ns/extensions/fileutils

Stefan

Am 15.01.2011 um 20:03 schrieb Romain Deltour:

> I'm not sure, but it could come from the pxf:mkdir step implementation not being declared in the default Calabash configuration.
> 
> To use a processor-specific atomic step in Calabash you need:
> 1. to import or declare the step signature (usually by importing a step library)
> 2. to let Calabash know which class to load for the step name
> 
> (2) can be done with the 'implementation' element of the XML calabash configuration file. You can override or add to the default configuration with local files, for instance a file named .calabash in your home directory will be looked up by default.
> 
> Again, I'm not sure of the diagnosis here. I've not updated oXygen yet and cannot check on my setup.
> 
> Cheers,
> Romain.
> 
> 
> Le 15 janv. 11 à 18:02, Tony Rogers a écrit :
> 
>> Greetings fellow Passionate Pipeline Programmers!
>> 
>> 
>> I just tried to use pxf:mkdir using the latest Oxygen (12.1) and the bundled Calabash (0.9.30) with the following result:
>> 
>> SystemID: /Users/amrogers/Developer/Projects/oXygen_workspace/org.lyris/trunk/build.xpl
>> Engine name: Calabash XProc
>> Severity: error
>> Description:  Misconfigured. No 'class' in configuration for pxf:mkdir
>> 
>> 
>> Can anybody tell me what that means?  
>> 
>> 
>> —Tony
> 
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