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Re: emacspeak and eww



Hi,

Made some progress.

Firstly turning off xslt worked for me.  Eww started to render pages.

Then looking into the source of the page gave me a clue and looking at
emacspeak-eww.el..


<html xmlns:ns="http://www.daisy.org/z3986/2005/ncx/";>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
<title></title>
</head>
<body><h1></h1></body>
</html>
<!--
/usr/local/opt/libxslt/bin/xsltproc --nonet --novalid    /Users/bart/emacs/lisp/emacspeak/xsl/epub-toc.xsl - nil

-->


It appears that I had customized emacspeak-we-xsl-transform at some
point in the past and that was what was breaking page rendering for me.

I reset it to nil and eww now appears to work with xsl toggled on.
Although I see no obvious difference if it's on or off.


Is there an easy way to check xslt transformations are working correctly
now?


Kind regards

Bart

"T. V. Raman" <raman@google.com> writes:

> You'd turn off xslt with command emacspeak-we-xsl-toggle -- but
> I'm surprized both of you ar ehitting this. Bart is running on a
> Mac I suspect -- how about you?
>
> I've never seen eww return empty pages.
>>>>>> "lsmithso" == lsmithso  <lsmithso@hare.demon.co.uk> writes:
>     lsmithso> Similarly prompted by Bart's email, I tried it too,
>     lsmithso> with the same results. How do I turn off xslt?
>     lsmithso> 
>     lsmithso> 
>     lsmithso> 
>     lsmithso> T. V. Raman writes: > M-x eww showing a blank page
>     lsmithso> is really strange. Turn off xslt > first to take
>     lsmithso> that out of the equation -- if you still get a >
>     lsmithso> blank page, hit "v" to show source to see if it got
>     lsmithso> any html to render. > >>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting
>     lsmithso> <bart@bunting.net.au> writes: > Bart> Hi, > Bart> >
>     lsmithso> Bart> Prompted via the recent thread regarding eww
>     lsmithso> I decided > Bart> to give it a try. >
>     Bart> > Bart> For some reason eww appears to be broken for
>     Bart> me. > > Bart> When I do m-x eww and enter a url nothing
>     Bart> is rendered > at all. > Bart> > Bart> It sounded
>     Bart> similar to the previous
>     lsmithso> problem although for > Bart> me it appears that eww
>     lsmithso> itself is not rendering. > Bart> > Bart> I have
>     lsmithso> confirmed emacs is linked againest libxml2. > Bart>
>     lsmithso> > Bart> Has anyone else seen this, is it likely to
>     lsmithso> be related > Bart> to emacspeak or simply a screwey
>     lsmithso> emacs setup on my
>     Bart> behalf? > Bart> > Bart> I've rebuilt both emacspeak and
>     Bart> emacs
>     lsmithso> from latest repo > Bart> just now with no apparent
>     lsmithso> change. > Bart> >
>     Bart> Any suggestions on what could be the cause or obvious >
>     Bart> Bart>
>     lsmithso> things to check? > Bart> > Bart> Kind regards Bart
>     lsmithso> -- > Bart> > Bart> Bart Bunting > Bart> > Bart>
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