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Comment:Added a cast, to pacify picky compliers.
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SHA1: 33c186a204d4b19c8fe826c4dee91eb290071ced
User & Date: rolf 2008-03-04 20:52:47
Context
2008-03-04
20:58
See file. check-in: 45cb0ea256 user: rolf tags: trunk
20:52
Added a cast, to pacify picky compliers. check-in: 33c186a204 user: rolf tags: trunk
20:35
See file. check-in: 5abde0c7a3 user: rolf tags: trunk
Changes

Changes to generic/domhtml.c.

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                *(attrnode->nodeValue + nArgVal) = 0;
                if (ampersandSeen) {
                    TranslateEntityRefs(attrnode->nodeValue, 
                                        &(attrnode->valueLength) );
                }
                if (!strcmp(ArgName, "id")) {
                    if (!doc->ids) {

                        doc->ids = MALLOC (sizeof (Tcl_HashTable));
                        Tcl_InitHashTable (doc->ids, TCL_STRING_KEYS);
                    }
                    h = Tcl_CreateHashEntry (doc->ids, attrnode->nodeValue,
                                             &hnew);
                    /* How to resolve in case of dublicates?  We
                       follow, what the core dom building code does:
                       the first value in document order wins. */







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                *(attrnode->nodeValue + nArgVal) = 0;
                if (ampersandSeen) {
                    TranslateEntityRefs(attrnode->nodeValue, 
                                        &(attrnode->valueLength) );
                }
                if (!strcmp(ArgName, "id")) {
                    if (!doc->ids) {
                        doc->ids = 
                            (Tcl_HashTable *) MALLOC (sizeof (Tcl_HashTable));
                        Tcl_InitHashTable (doc->ids, TCL_STRING_KEYS);
                    }
                    h = Tcl_CreateHashEntry (doc->ids, attrnode->nodeValue,
                                             &hnew);
                    /* How to resolve in case of dublicates?  We
                       follow, what the core dom building code does:
                       the first value in document order wins. */