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troubles installing W3C validator package on Mac OS X SnowLeopard

From: john gale <john@smadness.com>
Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 16:18:36 -0700
Message-Id: <51B88508-BE08-484A-9380-7036B93A90A2@smadness.com>
To: www-validator@w3.org
I'm attempting to install a standalone version of the W3C validator on a Mac OS X SnowLeopard server.

I've run into a great deal of trouble, with the end result that the OpenSP perl module doesn't seem to install and run correctly.

After installing OpenSP itself (v1.5.2) through MacPorts, the cpan module SGML::Parser::OpenSP does not pass testing, complaining of missing symbols:

#     Error:  Can't load '/Users/john/.cpan/build/SGML-Parser-OpenSP-0.994-qXgPEe/blib/arch/auto/SGML/Parser/OpenSP/OpenSP.bundle' for module SGML::Parser::OpenSP: dlopen(/Users/john/.cpan/build/SGML-Parser-OpenSP-0.994-qXgPEe/blib/arch/auto/SGML/Parser/OpenSP/OpenSP.bundle, 2): Symbol not found: __ZN15SGMLApplication11nonSgmlCharERKNS_16NonSgmlCharEventE

Has anybody succeeded in getting the W3C validator running on a mac, especially on SnowLeopard ?


	~ john
Received on Thursday, 27 May 2010 06:52:46 UTC

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