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From "Faulkner, Perry" <Perry.Faulk...@det.nsw.edu.au>
Subject RE: Pizza
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2002 22:55:26 GMT
Hi Ed,

Will

    String s = "<one>\n<two>three</two>\n<two>three</two>\n</one>";

solve the problem?

Perry

-----Original Message-----
From: Ed Jenkins [mailto:digitalman2000hm@hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, 15 March 2002 9:20
To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Subject: Pizza


Yesterday, we upgraded to Cocoon 2.0.2dev.  In that version, in 
cocoon.xconf, the default compiler was switched from Javac to Pizza.

Pizza is reporting some compilation errors in my XSP files that were OK when

compiled with Javac.  Also, I believe the JLS would not consider this to be 
an error.

Here is a small example of the code:

<xsp:logic>
    private void setSomething()
    {
        String s =
        "
        <one>
            <two>three</two>
            <two>three</two>
        </one>
        ";
        request.getSession().setAttribute("something", s);
    }
</xsp:logic>

Here are the errors I'm getting:

Line 106, column 13:  unclosed character literal
Line 106, column 12:  illegal start of expression
Line 139, column 14:  unclosed character literal

When I change it to this, the errors go away:

String s = "";

I think it doesn't like it when a string literal is split up into multiple 
lines.  What's up with that?

I see that Pizza is made by SourceForge.  Who should I contact there to ask 
about this?  www.sf.net is currently down.

Ed


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