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Learning Pyrex with libxml2

Hi, I'm trying to learn how to use Pyrex by converting some of the
libxml2 examples. I'm not having much luck - I can create a document,
but any attempt to create nodes causes a segfault.

The code I'm trying to port is io2.c (http://xmlsoft.org/examples/io2.c)

I've commented the couple lines that cause a problem for me.

thanks,
vic
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cdef extern from "libxml/tree.h":
ctypedef xmlDocPtr
ctypedef xmlNodePtr
ctypedef xmlNsPtr
xmlDocPtr xmlNewDoc(unsigned char *)
xmlNodePtr xmlNewNode (xmlNsPtr, unsigned char *)
void xmlNodeSetContent (xmlNodePtr, unsigned char *)
xmlNodePtr xmlDocSetRootElement (xmlDocPtr, xmlNodePtr )
void xmlDocDumpFormatMemory (xmlDocPtr, unsigned char **, int *, int )
xmlNodePtr xmlNewChild (xmlNodePtr, xmlNsPtr, unsigned char *,
unsigned char *)
void xmlFreeDoc (xmlDocPtr)
void xmlFree (xmlDocPtr)

def testNewDoc():
cdef xmlNodePtr n
cdef xmlDocPtr doc
cdef unsigned char* xmlbuff
cdef int buffersize

doc = xmlNewDoc(<unsigned char *> "1.0")

## The following three lines cause a segfault
# n = xmlNewNode(None, <unsigned char *> "root")
# xmlNodeSetContent(n, <unsigned char *> "content")
# xmlDocSetRootElement(doc, n)

xmlDocDumpFormatMemory(doc, &xmlbuff, &buffersize, 1)
xmlFrag = <char* > xmlbuff
print "%d bytes in string" % len(xmlFrag)
print "[%s]" % xmlFrag

vic
Jul 18 '05 #1
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