[xsd-users] Re: XSD and strange debugging effects
boris at codesynthesis.com
Mon Jan 10 11:24:24 EST 2011
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Jan Johansson <jan.johansson.mr at gmail.com> writes:
> Hello Boris,
> I am (for the moment) studying WS-Discovery, and needs a good XML
> parser to do the job for me,
> so I use XSDCXX to produce the "plumbing" code. The schemes I use can
> be found at:
> - http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope (soap envelope)
> - http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-dd/ns/discovery/2009/01 (ws-discovery)
> - http://www.w3.org/2001/ (xml)
> - http://www.w3.org/2006/03/addressing/ (ws-address)
> The platform is Linux (fedora 14 for me).
> The code is working fine, but there is a very strange thing going on,
> and I can't understand
> why it is happening. You see, when I use Eclipse, Insight, QtCreator,
> DDD, or KDBG, then the parsing
> blows up! But when I am using GDB or CGDB (ncursor for GDB), the code
> runs fine.
Without know the specifics about how the parsing fails (is it a crash,
validation error, something else?), my first guess would be that the
directory where you start your application matters for some reason.
[The rest of the messages follows for context.]
> Have you had similar experience? Or any idea of why it is happening?
> XSD is a great tool!
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