In addition, I saw that in the not-correctly-imported file, there are
annotations like this:
(belongsTo (idref: 794))
(belongsTo (idref: 121050))
isn't it strange that those AnnotationIntances have more than one name?
If you want to have a look at the source code that was used by iPlasma to
generate the not-correctly-imported MSE file, you can find it here:
Thank you again,
2009/7/1 Alberto Bacchelli <alberto.bacchelli(a)usi.ch>
2009/7/1 Simon Denier <Simon.Denier(a)inria.fr>
> On 1 juil. 09, at 15:08, Alberto Bacchelli wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> "Unhandled exception: Unknown character".
> I'm not a fine connoisseur of iPlasma so here is some general tips:
> Did you try to debug the exception, see what is the character in question?
Yes, I tried. The problematic character seems to be " [ ".
I searched for it both in the correctly-imported MSE files and in the
In the latter case, I see that there are many fields like this:
which are not present in the correctly-imported MSE files.
> You can also check file format, see what kind of return line characters it
Carriage return shouldn't be a problem since some MSE files are correctly
> Finally, you can try to generate two mse of the same version of JRuby with
> the two iPlasma and compare them with a file merge (might not work at all
> because the content and the order will be different, but maybe you can catch
I have only one iPlasma version (the one that is available here:
) are there more? Where can I
> The first releases are correctly imported in Moose.
> If you want to help me with this problem,
> you find an example of a problematic MSE here :
> and an example of a not-problematic MSE here :