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#4 no templates

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Rob
XSLT editor (1)
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2003-06-14
2003-05-03
Larry Hamel
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just trying latest 2may03 version, trying new xsl, following manual line:

To create a stylesheet, simply select 'File' then 'New XSLT' in the Ent. You will be presented with a choice of base templates to use. Choose 'Basic XML'.

but there are no templates--empty list.

windows xp

packaging problem??

larry

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  • Rob
    Rob
    2003-05-03

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    odd, works ok on windows2k - could you do me a favor and see
    if there is a file called templates.xml in the config
    directory right under the install dir for Treebeard - Also
    if not try downloading the installer again - I'll have
    access to XP in the morning and I will try to duplicate.

     
  • Rob
    Rob
    2003-05-03

    • assigned_to: nobody --> rohanr2
     
  • Rob
    Rob
    2003-05-03

    • milestone: 227560 --> rc
     
  • Larry Hamel
    Larry Hamel
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    yes, found those files.

    download 0.7 and the templates are fine there.

    larry

     
  • Loren Rosen
    Loren Rosen
    2003-05-05

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    The same thing happens on MacOSX. There is a templates.xml
    file in the config directory. The error window shows a null
    pointer exception. I can't seem to cut and paste from that
    window, so I made a screen shot. But now sourceforge doesn't
    appear to support adding attachments here.

     
  • Rob
    Rob
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    I am beginning to think it has to do with the fact that it
    expects the crimson parser to exist. If you would be so kind
    could you tell me if the syntax highlighting and everything
    else works as expected (if you still have it installed)?
    Also, do you know what version of the JRE you are running?
    If you still have the screen shot would you please send it to

    [treebeard AT robrohan DOT com]

    Thanks lorenrosen

     
  • Loren Rosen
    Loren Rosen
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    Syntax highlighting appears to work. So does the tree
    display of the input XML.

    Looking more at the error logs, I see that there are earlier
    exceptions that occur when the enting is created. I'll send
    you screen shots of both sets of errors.

    I'm running MacOSX 10.1.5, which includes Apple's port of
    the Sun 1.3.1 JDK.

     
  • Rob
    Rob
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    Coo, that might be part of the problem. 1.3.1 doesn't come
    with the crimson parser by default (I am pretty sure) 1.4
    does though. You might want to upgrade to the newer VM (it
    just came out on mac a couple months ago).

    There may be more to it, but I do recommend you upgrade if
    you can - apple menu / system prefs / check for updates.

    Well look into this more...

     
  • Loren Rosen
    Loren Rosen
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    The 1.4 JDK only runs on OSX 10.2, which costs money... I'm
    hoping I can hold out for 10.3 which comes out in the fall.

    I tried putting the crimson.jar in my Treebeard directory
    but that didn't seem to help.

     
  • Rob
    Rob
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    Ok, I have a friend who has a Mac with 10.2 - Let me try to
    figure something out - I am not 100% sure on how mac loads
    .jars too, but if you could add the crimson.jar to your
    classpath that might help.

    If you don't know how to set your classpath (I didn't) you
    can try this
    http://developer.apple.com/techpubs/macosx/Java/JavaDevelopment/overview/chapter_2_section_13.html

    I'll post back when I know more

     
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