[PATCH] XML validity of kcfg files

Christian Mueller cmueller at gmx.de
Sat Oct 30 17:49:32 BST 2004

Am Samstag, 30. Oktober 2004 18:38 schrieb Thiago Macieira:
> Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> >except for the Stringlist -> StringList change, they all seem to just be
> >reordering of the tags, e.g. max after default instead of before. does
> >re-ording the tags really make any difference? sounds to me like the
> > script is reporting a lot of false positives?
> The reordering could be mandated by the DTD.


It's xmllint from the libxml2 package that does the check, 
not some shell script.  The order makes a difference in the DTD. 

kconfig_compiler doesn't seem to care, but if we define a DTD
then we should IMHO also write valid XML.  You could call this a 
false positive w.r.t. kconfig_compiler, but it can and should 
be removed.   


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