[jdom-interest] Xalan 1.3.1 source...
Van Dooren, Damian
VanDoorenD at cartierpartners.ca
Thu May 17 03:58:26 PDT 2001
Why don't you just upgrade to the current version of Xalan and determine if
the problem still exists, if it does you can use the src that comes with the
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Per Kreipke [mailto:per at onclave.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 1:43 PM
> To: jdom-interest at jdom.org
> Subject: RE: [jdom-interest] Xalan 1.3.1 source...
> > Wasn't this already answered? I presume you can get the src at:
> > http://xml.apache.org/dist/xalan-j/
> > Personally I just downloaded the binary for inclusion.
> Excuse my frustration. It was answered but not correctly and your
> presumption doesn't work out.
> - You renamed the JAR you distribute as Xalan.jar, dropping
> the version
> number. However, I got the version number from the readme you
> "This is Xalan 1.3p, distributed from http://xml.apache.org.
> It also comes
> with the JAXP 1.1 Reference Implementation available at
> - You say you just downloaded the binary from
> http://xml.apache.org/dist/xalan-j/. Please excuse my
> stupidity if it is
> there, but I can find no link to any version between 1.2.2
> and 2.0 at either
> the URL you gave, or the 'old' directory off of there. Unless
> you tell me
> that 1.3p is actually some other version number. If so,
> please enlighten me.
> - So, I looked here for the CVS sources:
> http://xml.apache.org/websrc/cvsweb.cgi/xml-xalan/ and they
> don't even list
> that version as an option.
> - I downloaded the Xerces 1.3.1 source to see if it included
> TrAX (JAXP)
> Transformer implementations for Xalan. It doesn't.
> - When I search at Google for 'xalan "1.3p"' I only get your
> readme file.
> So, please excuse the repetition, but I'm looking for the
> source to try and
> diagnose problems I'm having using JAXP parsers and transformers.
> Specifically, the error text is unclear and I'm trying to
> find the code
> where certain errors are being thrown.
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