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    Default SAX2 error recovery

    I can't find a way of doing error recovering with QXmlDefaultHandler, is there any?

    Or otherwise, how would you try to fix malformed xml data?

    If possible, please provide a PoC or at least concrete steps (methods which I need to overload, classes I have to use) and in which order they should be called.

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    Default Re: SAX2 error recovery

    QXmlDefaultHandler implements QXmlErrorHandler interface. See virtual methods QXmlErrorHandler::error() and QXmlErrorHandler::fatalError(). Their return values are used to determine whether to continue parsing or not.
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    Default Re: SAX2 error recovery

    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    QXmlDefaultHandler implements QXmlErrorHandler interface. See virtual methods QXmlErrorHandler::error() and QXmlErrorHandler::fatalError(). Their return values are used to determine whether to continue parsing or not.
    Exactly, but the error is not triggered if the chracter '&' is not encoded as "&" in the value of an attribute

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