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    • Will Thompson's avatar
      GladeProject: escape markup in parser errors · 2dbaeef0
      Will Thompson authored
      If you try to load a non-XML file, such as Glade's own README, the
      parser error contains something like this:
      
          Start tag expected, '<' not found
      
      glade_util_ui_message() treats the supplied message as markup; so the
      literal < in the error message trips it up:
      
          Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text 'Error parsing file '/home/wjt/src/gnome/glade/README' on line 1
          Start tag expected, '<' not found
          ' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 2 char 30: Odd character 'f', expected a '=' after attribute name 'not' of element '''
      
      To fix this, escape the message before passing it to
      glade_util_ui_message().
      2dbaeef0
    • Javier Jardón's avatar
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