[scribus] parsing

John Laurence Poole jlpoole56 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 21:34:22 UTC 2016

NotePad++ has an excellent XML tools addon which can be very helpful trying
to analyze XML, especially if you are trying to ascertain where an
offending syntax occurs.  You can pretty print (when your XML is valid), go
back and forth from single line stream to indented XML.  It can also
validate your/the XML (roughly).  I use this tool extensively to determine
where in XML a problem is occurring using the age old principle of divide
and conquer: just cut out a chunk that you think may be causing the problem
and leaving what's left back to valid XML.  Then add in half by half what
you took out checking validation each step of the way.  Eventually you'll
be able to isolate the offending text.

On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 2:25 PM, Owen Cook <owen.cook at gmx.com> wrote:

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John L. Poole

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