I tried to use the nsIParse::Parse method from my own application: virtual nsresult Parse(nsIInputStream& aStream, const nsString& aMimeType,PRBool aEnableVerify=PR_FALSE, void* aKey=0,eParseMode aMode=eParseMode_autodetect) = 0; I get a lot of: WARNING: Error: possible unintended null in string, file nsString2.cpp, line 1149 And the parser stops before it's finished. Since this method doesn't seem to be called from Mozilla, maybe it should be removed? I can use the Parse method that have a nsString argument instead, which works. It would spare a few outsiders some headache. ;)
email@example.com - has this problem been fixed in recent builds? Is the function still there? Gerv
Hi, I've unfortunately lost the test-case for this one but the method is still there. http://lxr.mozilla.org/seamonkey/source/htmlparser/src/nsIParser.h#207. I rewrote my test-application to use the Parse method that takes a string as argument instead. And I couldn't actually do anything useful with the nsIParse class. Things in Mozilla are just a little too tied to the UI. I don't care much about this bug. I could just mark it as INVALID and everyone can go on with more important matters.
Marking INVALID based on reporter's comments. Gerv
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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