Description of problem:
When validating ODF documents using xmllint and the RelaxNG schemas of the ODF standard, xmllint bails out with the message:
Unimplemented block at relaxng.c:8948
Apparently this is a known issue that is fixed in later libxml2 releases. This issue prevents ODF validation on RHEL6.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Write out an ODF document (might need some complexity)
2. Run: xmllint --noout --relaxng OpenDocument-v1.2-cs01-schema.rng document.odt
Validation fails with message: Unimplemented block at relaxng.c:8948
There is a discussion on the very same issue at:
Actually that doesn't look like fixed upstream, I'm afraid I failed to
go through and fix the problem :-\
paphio:~/XML -> xmllint --noout --relaxng schema.rng test.xml
Unimplemented block at relaxng.c:8949
test.xml:2: element a: Relax-NG validity error : Element a failed to validate attributes
test.xml fails to validate
Thanks for the information, it saves me the time to package anything newer for RHEL and see if it works, which I planned to do this evening ;-)
Okay I finally took the time to fix it:
I wouldn't mind fixing it for 6.2 if people agree it's worth it.
ODF is relatively important, it's a shame I didn't fixed that earlier
but I forgot about the issue !
Err 6.3, that would be too late for 6.2 now I assume.
I think it is worth it, but I am hardly the most objective person :-)
Thanks for your help !
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Oh actually that was fixed when we pushed a security update in September,
it should be available in RHEL-6.3 updates as libxml2-2.7.6-8.el6_3.3