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From sudhi <sudheen...@insage.com>
Subject Re: XSP bug with new line characters?
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2000 16:24:21 GMT
Hi,
I did. Cocoon don't like new lines, tabs between <xsp:attribute>

I have to give whole <xsp:attribute>...</xsp:attribute> in one line.

~S

Anthony.Ettinger@mPower.com wrote:
> 
> That works as long as you don't go into "Grid View".
> 
> Regardless, I think it's an error on Cocoon's part that it won't parse
> if the two lines are broken up into 6:
> 
>         <xsp:attribute name="que-num">
>                <xsp:expr>question</xsp:expr>
>        </xsp:attribute>
>        <xsp:attribute name="sec-num">
>                <xsp:expr>section</xsp:expr>
>        </xsp:attribute>
> 
> Anyone else run into this?
> 
> Anthony Ettinger
> Sr. Web Developer
> 415-875-8936
> ettinger@mpower.com
> http://www.401kafe.com
> http://www.irajunction.com
> 
>  "Perry Molendijk"
>  <perry@inflexions.com>               To:
>                                <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
>  08/29/00 06:29 PM                    cc:
>  Please respond to                    Subject:        Re: XSP bug
>  cocoon-users                 with new line characters?
> 
> To stop XMLSpy from indenting and breaking lines go to edit - settings
> select the file types tab and select the file extention on the left
> and select the Text View option under Default View. I have had a few
> problems myself with the linebreaks and indenting added by XMLSpy
> mainly with xhtml documents in IE5.
> 
> Perry
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Anthony.Ettinger@mPower.com
> To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2000 7:56 AM
> Subject: XSP bug with new line characters?
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I'm using the following two lines in my xml document:
>        <xsp:attribute
> name="que-num"><xsp:expr>question</xsp:expr></xsp:attribute>
>        <xsp:attribute
> name="sec-num"><xsp:expr>section</xsp:expr></xsp:attribute>
> 
> However, if these are broken up into more than two lines, cocoon will
> not parse the document, resulting in an empty document.
> for example:
> 
>        <xsp:attribute name="que-num">
>                <xsp:expr>question</xsp:expr>
>        </xsp:attribute>
>        <xsp:attribute name="sec-num">
>                <xsp:expr>section</xsp:expr>
>        </xsp:attribute>
> 
> The 6 lines above result in an empty error.
> 
> Is this a bug, where cocoon needs these on two lines, and only two
> lines?
> If there is a work-around please help! Thanks.
> 
> (by the way, I'm using XMLSpy v. 3.0.7, which is converting the two
> lines at the top to the six lines above whenever I open the document).
> 
> Anthony Ettinger
> Sr. Web Developer
> 415-875-8936
> ettinger@mpower.com
> http://www.401kafe.com
> http://www.irajunction.com

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