Thanks for the response, Bill.
I'll have to poke around and see if I can't answer
your questions below.
(I sent this to the list last week but it didn't seem
to get out)
> --- Bill Moseley <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 06:11:38AM -0800, J
> > wrote:
> > > input conversion failed due to input error
> > > Bytes: 0xB5 0x74 0xA3 0xBA
> > >
> > That's from libxml2. I suspect libxml2 aborts
> > processing the input,
> > and I imagine that happens before any text is
> > to swish, but may
> > depened on where that happens in the input doc.
> > You would need to test a few different docs to
> > out.
> > Did you look at that document and see why and
> > that is happening?
> > Is your input file utf8? Is that really an
> > character sequence?
> > I'm not sure if that error is printed by the
> > parser.c error handler or
> > not. If so you might be able to catch that error
> > and abort processing.
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Received on Wed Mar 2 05:55:54 2005