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Re^2: XML::Writer error message

by pKai (Priest)
on Jul 07, 2009 at 09:51 UTC ( #777826=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: XML::Writer error message
in thread XML::Writer error message

No, it's not. Or at least it wasn't 1 hour after the question was originally posted, when I logged into PM and saw the question. Updating nodes without notice is bad.

It's a logical thing with the generated XML. There is no single root tag in there as well-formed XML requires. So when the 2nd ("root") startTag is requested the error is thrown, because there can only be one.

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Re^3: XML::Writer error message
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 07, 2009 at 10:10 UTC
    Yes it was. ree has again updated his node without notice.

      Sorry for the mistake, Yes I updated the node but not given the update notice, Hence forth I will give update notice when I update my node.

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[RonW]: Cool, stevieb
[stevieb]: Not to mention, the bundle has a C# IDE, so I can finally rid myself of using Visual Studio (or just vi/vim) when I work on berrybrew
[RonW]: I continue to avoid C#. And successfully
[stevieb]: I inhereted C#, so I had to become familiar with it pretty quickly. I am considering taking a crack at re-writing berrybrew in C++
[stevieb]: I haven't yet done the reserach needed to see if it's possible though

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