[icecast] Parsing problem

oddsock oddsock at oddsock.org
Tue Feb 24 06:18:03 PST 2004



If you want a good way to test out your xsl files, the following will help 
quite a bit :

1. get a copy of the stats tree in a file somewhere : wget 
http://admin:hackme@server:port/admin/stats;mv stats stats.xml
2. run xsltproc stats.xml yourfile.xsl

xsltproc will try to perform the transform and give you much better 
messages than icecast will (icecast just says Cannot parse, but xsltproc 
will give you file and line numbers and contextual information)

oddsock
At 03:43 AM 2/24/2004, you wrote:
>Hi everybody,
>
>I am trying to parse an xsl file on Icecast/Linux (RH9) but I always get the
>message "Could not parse XSLT file". I don't think it's a problem with my
>XSL libraries because I can parse status.xsl and status2.xsl.
>
>Also, the file I am trying to parse on the Linux box can be parsed without
>any problem on my windows/icecast box.
>
>I guess there is a mistake in my code. Can anybody take a look at the
>attached file? I am trying to isolate the "title" element and generate a
>kind of XML file...
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>MAX
>
>
>

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