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I thought we had a page on what to do if GeoMoose didn't work that covered this stuff, but maybe that was in the GeoMoose workshop (e.g. It is assumed that site admins will know to check what is really happening in something like Firebug. It's always been a mystery to me as to why people advocating tag-soup continuation assert "we can build a DOM from tag-soup" but then immediately insist on never doing failure recovery Suggestions: >> The mapbook may not be returning XML. >> The mapbook may be returning malformed XML. >> PHP may not be responding." >> >> PHP is running (a simple php Source

His xsltproc has an option that will let it take tag-soup html and create a clean XMl parse-tree before applying the transform step. View Full Profile → Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. GeoMoose doesn't have anything to log per say. Edit this article on GitHub.

My Logs question was more relating to GeoMoose itself keeping logs. > > If I navigate to the getmapbook.php page itself: ( http://localhost/GeoMoose/php/getmapbook.php ) - this seems to be returning an The reason for this is unclear, but it certainly has to do with broken server-side browser sniffing. Gmail is the only site, so far, that does this... Another common error is the inclusion of whitespace characters (spaces, tabs, newlines) before the XML Declaration.

My guess is if you haven't moved anything from the base ms4w install is that you don't have PHP configured properly and IIS is sending the PHP file rather than executing David Baron: "Re: XHTML and MIME" Mail actions: [ respond to this message ] [ mail a new topic ] Contemporary messages sorted: [ by date ] [ by thread ] Actually, I have been thinking about changing, anyway, after hearing some negative stuff about Google. IIS7 installations have been done before, but they aren't the common route and most of the developers don't have access to IIS7 to test or document against.

Jim Klassen klassen.js at gmail.com Wed Aug 1 06:45:41 PDT 2012 Previous message: [Geomoose-users] Installing Geomoose; What next? Still learning swift and I was a little worried that the XML side was going to be more of a pain. I had it turned off, already... I cant define simply XMLParser ?!

To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. . Now on to attributes! 🙂 Nidza Can you explain swift 3 . The bulk of GeoMoose is HTML/JS and runs in the client's browser. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. .

Unless you are the named addressee (or authorised to receive it for the addressee) you may not copy or use it, or disclose it to anyone else. However, as the rollout of this update takes time, there are still a number of sites broken, and it seems like this situation will be with us for quite some time Anyway, thanks for trying to help, at least... How do I debug what the actual problem is?

Why?: If Opera is out dated, it (im assuming) will have an outdated XML parser, meaning, it would not be able to read Googles files properly. http://downloadmunkey.net/xml-parsing/xml-parsing-failed-syntax-error-line-1-character-0.php Profile Report Tom_Kakes Deinonychus Joined: 15 Jul 2011Gender: MalePosts: 342 29 Aug 2011, 3:49 pm Opera mini can use server side compression (opera turbo) you should be able to turn this Push Notifications in iOS 10 [Swift] Push Notifications in iOS 10 [Objective-C] Steps to use Legacy Swift in Xcode 8 App Store Improvements : Apple will start the process of evaluating Contribute!

Some rights reserved. So, I have updated this article with Xcode 8 - iOS 10 Here is tutorial about how to parse the XML data in Swift Language - iOS 10 - XMLParser Start A great foundation. have a peek here Learning and helping is my passion.

This wasn't bad and with this example I am already seeing how I can populate the data into a table 🙂 Amit Sharma Nice tutorial buddy Can you Give example to It's outrageously bad - it lacks so many functions and even removes part of the e-mail, at times, if it's written the same way as the previous one, in a conversation recently, on Opera Mini 10, I, seemingly randomly, now and again (like at this very moment), get this error when trying to access my Gmail account, or the Gmail main page:

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tried to turn the turbo on, though, instead, which made no difference. Especially privacy-wise. Join 60 other subscribers Email Address Follow on twitter Follow @ashishkakkad8 Recent Posts Refined API Naming : Migrating to Swift 3! Profile Report Beauty_pact Veteran Joined: 14 Oct 2010Age: 135Gender: MalePosts: 1,357Location: Svíþjoð 29 Aug 2011, 5:33 pm Tom_Kakes wrote:Opera mini can use server side compression (opera turbo) you should be able

Firefox has no problem with the same page. Profile Report Beauty_pact Veteran Joined: 14 Oct 2010Age: 135Gender: MalePosts: 1,357Location: Svíþjoð 30 Aug 2011, 9:14 pm I don't mind using the HTML version; I always have, until now (since I Home · About · News · Docs · Terms Copyright © 2002-4 Mark Pilgrim and Sam Ruby W3C home > Mailing lists > Public > [email protected] > September 2006 Re: Check This Out Next message: [Geomoose-users] Installing Geomoose; What next?

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Board index › Topical Discussion › Computers, Math, Science, and Skip to content Ashish Kakkad Technology Makes A Wonderful World Menu Home Swift Language About HomeXML Parsing in Swift Language - iOS 10 - XMLParser XML Parsing in Swift Language - c:\ms4w) and that part is in the directions. On Aug 1, 2012, at 4:45 AM, Jonathan Moules wrote: > > Well, the IIS logs have nothing in them - they're just showing 200's (so the page is fine from

san diego clowenstein at ucsd.edu Previous message: Its probably a problem with Googles side of things. At a minimum, the actual line and column number where the error was detected will be reported. Please feel free to contribute.

GitHub Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! carl -- carl lowenstein marine physical lab u.c. There are several basic approaches to solving this: escaping problematic characters (< becomes <, & becomes &, etc.), escaping entire blocks of text with CDATA sections, or putting an encoding declaration The most common cause is encoding errors.

Are there error logs somewhere? >> Thanks, >> Jonathan >> >> >> On 30 July 2012 13:12, Jonathan Moules wrote: >> Hi, >> I've managed to (eventually) get Might help? This means either the server returned an error (404,500, etc) or otherwise didn't return a valid mapbook when GeoMoose requested ./php/getmapbook.php. > > It would really help if you had something Is there something that I can do with Opera to work around this?

I can't seem to find any indication of any existing in any of the directories. > (b) GeoMoose should probably output PHP errors directly rather than hide them behind a generic Members Only Discussion Coping in life Parents' Discussion Love and Dating The Haven Social Skills and Making Friends School and College Life Work and finding In this case it can't. I appreciate that, as well.