[Laszlo-dev] validate warning inside binary libraries
sallen at laszlosystems.com
Fri Aug 17 14:24:58 PDT 2007
Thank you Tcuker. That is exactly the issue.
P T Withington wrote:
> I would have believed that a while ago, but have been informed that
> our model of libraries is apparently that they are textually included
> (unless they already have been) and that top-level elements in the
> library apply to the including element (typically the canvas). So,
> 'library attributes' are really 'canvas attributes'.
> So, it is an error for more than one library to declare the validate
> attribute (binary or not).
> [cc-ing Sarah]
> But I believe Sarah's complaint is that she has one library with
> validate declared, which is included many times, and that she does not
> get a warning, unless the library is binary-compiled.
> On 2007-08-16, at 16:36 EDT, Philip Romanik wrote:
>> Hi Tucker,
>> If you have two binary libraries, each one that sets the 'validate'
>> attribute, you will get a warning when the libraries are included by
>> the canvas. It seems to me that the validate attribute should be
>> local to a binary library and not apply to the canvas. Do you agree?
>> If you don't agree, here is a scenario to consider. A binary library
>> has the line,
>> <attribute name="validate" value="false"/>
>> in it. When this library is included by the canvas, validation is
>> turned off for the canvas as well.
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