From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-02 09:42:31
David Abrahams wrote:
> Hartmut Kaiser wrote:
>>>> New reports up at:
>>> Ok, I have a small problem:
>>> libs/spirit/example/qi/mini_xml_samples/1.xml: *C*, *L*
>>> libs/spirit/example/qi/mini_xml_samples/2.xml: *C*, *L*
>>> libs/spirit/example/qi/mini_xml_samples/3.xml: *C*, *L*
>>> These are sample files for the very-minimal tiny-xml sample.
>>> The parser is very simple and does not parse comments. Adding
>>> rules for comments, just to satisfy the inspection report,
>>> does not seem to be justified as it will add noise to the
>>> example. Here's an example:
>>> <bar>bar 1</bar>
>>> <bar>bar 2</bar>
>>> <bar>bar 3</bar>
>>> What can I do about this? Do we have some way to inhibit checking
>>> for such /special-case/ files?
>> We could remove the files completely and put the xml snippets as strings
>> into the example. I know this somehow defeats the intent to show how to
>> parse arbitrary simple xml, but hey it's a sample...
> Or you could open the file and skip over the first N lines before
> parsing the XML.
I think I'll just rename it *.toyxml. It's not real xml anyway.
-- Joel de Guzman http://www.boostpro.com http://spirit.sf.net
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