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[Thanks Chris for your comments and the link.]
"Your suggestion to describe how users can download Xerces and Xalan themselves
and use them effectively, is fine for development, but not so fine for stable
distributions for users."
I think I tend to agree with you here--I just noticed (coincidentally) that
Cocoon appears to do the same with its internal (testing) Jetty servlet
container. I guess it is good to have a defined version of XML JARs that we
test against and sign off on for a release.
I found today that the JUnit tests run well with the jar files from the SDK, but
I have problems when I substitute newer jar files for them. This makes me
hesitate about my patch.
I'm assuming you mean newer JARs but *not* the ones we distribute? If newer
versions than ours create errors not found in our supplied versions, rather
than hesitate this might actually strengthen the argument for applying your
We'll hold off a few more days to see if we get more comments.