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"You are aware that you have free access to all of the source code involved, right?"
indeed, but alas, I am not a Perl Monk. I am more of a Perl Acolyte wannabe. I did try to run that very test manually, but could not make sense of the output. Here's a sample:
perl -Mblib t/02parse.t 1..531 ok 1 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 2 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 3 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 4 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 5 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 6 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 7 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 8 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 9 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 10 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 11 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 12 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 13 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 14 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 15 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 16 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 17 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 18 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 19 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 20 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 21 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 22 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 23 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 24 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 25 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 26 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 27 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 28 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document ok 29 - parses undef string with an error ok 30 - Error thrown passing '' ok 31 - Error thrown passing '<?xml version="1.0"?>\n' ok 32 - Error thrown passing '<!--ouch-->' ok 33 - Error thrown passing '<!DOCTYPE ...o "bar">]>' ok 34 - Error thrown passing '<ouch>' ok 35 - Error thrown passing '<ouch/>foo' ok 36 - Error thrown passing 'foo<ouch/>' ok 37 - Error thrown passing '<ouch foo=bar/>' ok 38 - Error thrown passing '<ouch foo="bar/>' ok 39 - Error thrown passing '<ouch>&</ouch>' ok 40 - Error thrown passing '<ouch>&\#0x20;</ouch>' ok 41 - Error thrown passing '<foobär/>' ok 42 - Error thrown passing '<ouch>&foo;</ouch>' ok 43 - Error thrown passing '<ouch>&gt</ouch>' ok 44 - Error thrown passing '<?xml vers...;="ouch"/>' ok 45 - Error thrown passing '<?xml vers...ar &foo;/>' ok 46 - Error thrown passing '<ouch><!---></ouch>' ok 47 - Error thrown passing '<ouch><!-----></ouch>' ok 48 - The object isa XML::LibXML::Document

I looked at the 02parse.t code, but could not spot anything.

Being that it seems related to XML parsing, I updated XML::SAX and XML::SAX::Base, in the hopes that it would help. It did not. Ironically, it did fix my original Perl code issue, which was why I was trying to package XML::LibXML in the first place. I'd still like to figure out this problem, though.

In reply to Re^2: Errors building XML::LibXML (source code) by atreyu
in thread Errors building XML::LibXML by atreyu

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