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From: strk
Subject: [Gnash-dev] address@hidden: Re: Potlatch & Gnash]
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 11:18:13 +0200

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Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 22:59:57 +0100
From: Richard Fairhurst <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Potlatch  & Gnash
To: strk <address@hidden>

Hi strk,

Really good to see all this progress!

I'm afraid the XML is out of my control - it's the Yahoo Flash API.  
As it happens I wouldn't spend too much time on supporting this - I'm  
told that Yahoo will be deprecating it soon and Potlatch will have to  
use the AS3 API, via NetConnection I guess (which I presume will mean  
that bit may not work in Gnash for now :( ).

Incidentally, on

>Next problem seems to be with order of calls
>to callbacks (move some around till you get the alert
>sign, click on it and retry, the "loading ways" label won't go away).

this is expected (if wrong!) behaviour - the retry doesn't actually  
try to reload ways, just rewrite any outstanding ones. Basically fails on writes a lot more often than it fails on reads, so I  
haven't got round to doing the retry on read yet.

All the best

On 12 Aug 2008, at 20:44, strk wrote:

>Hello Richard.
>Gnash finally got to a point you can actually use potlatch, so
>is time of refinements now.
>A request I have for you is about well-formed XML files.
>The proprietary player doesn't care, Gnash does, and finds the
>one used to get background bitmap tiles malformed:
>Entity: line 17: parser error : EntityRef: expecting ';'
>        <mapTileUrl> 
>          ^
>Entity: line 1: parser error : XML declaration allowed only at the  
>start of the document
><?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
>     ^
>Entity: line 17: parser error : EntityRef: expecting ';'
>        <mapTileUrl> 
>That's the file coming down from:
>xmllint it to check.
>I belive the problem is in use of the ampersend, which is  
>supposedly the start of an entity
>(thus should end with an ';' character, as in '&amp;')
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> /\   Keep it simple!

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