johan jarkovic created XMLBEANS-485:

             Summary: Whitespace is not stripped if text starts on byte 90112 
or higher
                 Key: XMLBEANS-485
             Project: XMLBeans
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: Cursor
    Affects Versions: Version 2.5
         Environment: Linux amd64
            Reporter: johan jarkovic
            Priority: Critical

(I ve used XmlOptions.setLoadStripWhitespace() option)

If the text of an element starts on byte 90112 of the document, and there is 
whitespace before it, then the whitespace before it is not fully trimmed. There 
is one space left. If the text starts on  90113 there are two spaces left, and 
so on. 
- This happens if the parent element has closed before byte 90112 followed by 
some whitepsace and text. 
- It happens with with plain text but also with CDATA.
- It occurs also on byte: 90112*2,  90112*3 and so on

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