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regarding dblatex: tries to compile incorrect document
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Re: Bug#451267: dblatex: tries to compile incorrect document
Tue, 20 Nov 2007 19:00:15 +0100
Le vendredi 16 novembre 2007 à 23:33 +0100, benoit.guillon a écrit :
> I would tend to think that XML validation is out of the scope of dblatex.
> At least, a systematic validation before compiling is not an option (time
> consuming, option to add to disable the new feature, etc.). The idea about
> validating on error is an interesting alternative but I'd like to avoid
> embedding unnecessary processing in dblatex.
There is no need to embed this processing when there are so many tools
that can already do this job.
How about the following behavior on error:
* If xmllint is uninstalled, suggest it.
* If it is here, try to validate the document.
* If it is invalid, show the xmllint output.
* If it is valid, explain that this is likely to be a bug
in the style, and give the LaTeX output.
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