Dear Álvaro,

Do you have the compiled library in LIBPATH?
I would suggest that you echo the LIBPATH and check where your library is. The 
problem seems to be that your binary can't find the shared object file which 
you have compiled manually.

Another option to check the binary you are compiling is ldd pathToBinary    , 
this should give you the list of libraries and it will show that is not found anywhere in your libpath.

Kindest regards,

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Von: Álvaro Cebrián Juan []
Gesendet: Dienstag, 13. Februar 2018 15:37
Betreff: How can I use Xerces XML parser to validate GPX files?

Hi everyone,

I have no prior knowledge with Xerces. I have downloaded and built
Xerces-C++ version 3.2.0 in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS following the instructions
provided on the website <>.
The reason I need to use Xerces is to validate GPX files, which is a 
light-weight XML data format for the interchange of GPS data.

The reference page <> of the GPX 
format says that a GPX file can be validated with the SAXCount command but, for 
some reason, I am getting this error when I run SAXCount:

star@galaxy:~$ SAXCount -v=always -n -s -f route.gpx
SAXCount: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open 
shared object file: No such file or directory

I would be grateful if somebody can shed some light on the cause of this error 
and on its possible solutions.

Best regards,


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