* Maurizio Loreti <maurizio.lor...@gmail.com> [07-10-14 09:32]:
> On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 2:31 PM, Patrick Shanahan <ptilopt...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > You don't have to, just replace the "compact-canon.xml" and/or
> > "slr-canon.xml" files with the one that contains the information you need.
> >
> *As I said*, replacing these files don't work; their xml format is
> different.
> If I replace the files, there will be no diagnostic in the terminal where I
> start GIMP; but there will be NO Canon cameras and NO Canon objectives at
> all available for ufraw into GIMP.
> Copying the same new files in the ufraw tree makes ufraw barf with the
> diagnostic "/opt/local/share/lensfun/compact-canon.xml:22:61: Unknown
> element <html>!" and several others similar.  Yes, I could "edit the
> current files adding the relevant information", but if the lensfun file
> format has changed this 1) requires actions from the ufraw and the GIMP
> team; and 2) for me, merging the information from the new files into the
> old ones, if they obey a different syntax, could be a nightmare.

err, xml = xml, but editing by hand should be "no big thing".  

AND, the "barf" you see is because you have not copied xml files.  afaik,
there is no "element <html>!" in any of the lensfun xml files.  I just
grepped my entire lensfun install and there is no "html" appearing in
*any* xml file.

*As I said*
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