Re: XSLT scraper help?

From: Ryan Lee <>
Date: Tue, 02 May 2006 11:50:01 -0600


You may want to try longwell/stable instead of longwell/trunk in the
repository. I'm curious to see how Fresnel and PB mix at the moment
myself, but if you're not succeeding right away on /trunk, go over to

David Huynh wrote:
> Hi Jon,
> We are in the middle of moving over to Sesame 2 and you are
> unfortunately caught in the midst of the move. Longwell has moved over
> since r3936 while Piggy Bank hasn't moved. You could try a revision of
> Longwell earlier than r3936.
> David
> Jon Crump wrote:
>> David et al.
>> "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing." Thinking I could figure out
>> what to do, I applied the patch (a new procedure for me) at
>> PIGGYBANK-80, it didn't work for me either, but worse, in trying to
>> return to the status quo ante, PB got horribly broken. Now I can't get
>> it to work at all. I trashed both longwell2 and PB and checked out new
>> versions. Longwell builds ok, and it runs, but before the local server
>> is ready to go, I get a whole bunch of these:
>> 2006-04-28 15:24:32:920 [WARNING] Releasing active lock due to object
>> destruction
>> Nevertheless, once the src/rdf data are loaded, longwell seems to work
>> fine.
>> PB, on the other hand, much worse. When I try to compile the new
>> version, I get 100 errors and the build fails (compiler error output
>> appended below)
>> I had almost everything working just fine and I had to go and fiddle
>> with it; rats! Can you offer any clues as to what I've done wrong and
>> how to repair the damage?
>> Jon

Ryan Lee       
W3C Research Engineer    +1.617.253.5327
Received on Tue May 02 2006 - 17:49:42 EDT

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