--- Bill Moseley <email@example.com> wrote:
> If libxml2 is producing different results each time it's run then
> that's something to take up with the libxml2 list. But, as that's
> such a widely used library I'd want to be sure about the problem
> before posting on that list.
> libxml2 has utilities for testing it on files. It might be worth
> seeing if you can reproduce what you are seeing outside of swish.
> Can you generate a *small* test case that shows the problem?
I'll use the latest libxml2 library (I was using 2.6.7); if I see again this
behavior I'll try to isolate the problem outside of SWISH-E and let you know.
> Bill Moseley
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Received on Wed Apr 26 08:55:26 2006