From: Werner Donné (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 11 2004 - 02:55:45 PDT
I use Xerces-J 2.6.2, which I prepend to the bootclasspath. That is indeed
the problem. If I use the parser in the JDK1.4 there is no problem.
Alexander Peshkov wrote:
> Hello Werner,
> I cannot reproduce this situation running XEP from command-line under
> Java 1.4. It has to be a problem with your XML parser. XEP utilize
> following interfaces (in order of decreased precedence) to obtain XML
> parser: JAXP, SAX2, SAX1. XP is XEP's fallback parser. Which XML
> parser do you use in this specific case?
> Best regards,
> Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
> WD> Dear,
> WD> When the SVG namespace is declared as the default namespace on an svg
> WD> element within an instream-foreign-object element I get a parsing error.
> WD> With a prefix it works. This doesn't seem normal to me.
> WD> Regards,
> WD> Werner.
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