These struct definitions *intentionally* private.Oops, I did not notice it... I revised a patch not to access the struct data directly.
In principle this patch looks good. If no one else objects, I'll commit this, with a few of my own fixes (below).
Rich. + (obj->stringval) && !strcmp((char*)obj->stringval, "hvm")) I'm going to use STREQ macro here instead of !strcmp. + if (ctxt) + xmlXPathFreeContext(ctxt);There are a few potential double-frees on the cleanup path. Need to set ctxt back to NULL after freeing it.
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