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XML Calabash V0.9.34 released

From: Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>
Date: Fri, 02 Sep 2011 15:39:39 -0400
To: XProc Dev <xproc-dev@w3.org>
Message-ID: <m239ge3f9g.fsf@nwalsh.com>
Hello world,

I introduced a couple of ugly bugs in 0.9.33. I think 0.9.34 fixes
those errors. It might very well introduce new ones. YMMV. And please
report any problems you have.


    Changes in XML Calabash 0.9.34

     * Fixed issue #152; make sure that $var='value' isn't misinterpreted
       as a simple variable reference.

     * Fixed issue #142; don't send xsl:message output to STDERR. Send it
       to the logger at the “info” level.

     * Attempted to address issue #153; make the XProcRuntime objects in
       extension functions thread local.

     * Attempted to address issue #125; don't treat warnings as errors.
       Just because XProc doesn't have any recoverable warnings doesn't mean
       that steps don't!

     * Fixed the calculation of effective boolean values in p:when tests.

     * Moved all warnings “down” one level. This will make XML Calabash
       much less “chatty” in the default case.

     * Stripped out all the “phone home” stuff.

     * Reworked p:xsl-formatter support. Added an interface and an
       fo-processor configuration file item to specify the desired FO

     * Added support for Apache FOP XSL FO formatter.

     * Added support for Antenna House XSL FO formatter.

     * Added Florent Georges' "configurers" patch. You can now
       configure many aspects of the processor without modifying the original

     * Made sure extension attributes are processed on all elements; added
       hook for an XStep to get access to the underlying Step for access to
       extension attributes on descendants.

     * Cleaned up the build.xml code.

     * Fixed a bug in ml:adhoc-query declaration; source does not accept a

                                        Be seeing you,

Norman Walsh
Lead Engineer
MarkLogic Corporation
Phone: +1 413 624 6676

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