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Re: [xml-dev] XInclude inconsistency ?

Philippe Poulard wrote:

> I tried my theory on another implementation : I suppose that XOM passes 
> the test suite (and the [eduni-2] test case), so I just try to resolve 
> the inclusion on my example ; I just replace the xpointer() scheme which 
> is not supported by XOM with an equivalent element() scheme, and I get 
> the result expected, as XOM is certainly implemented to pass the 
> [eduni-2] test case, it also resolves correctly my test, but when I 
> replace the xpointer expression to cause a loop exception, I get the 
> famous infinite loop :
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.StackOverflowError
> 

Just to be clear, you have created documents which generate a stack 
overflow in XOM, correct?

If so, I'd appreciate it if you could mail me copies of these documents 
so I can investigate the problem. Thanks.

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