Expat user group or mailing list?

James Clark jjc at jclark.com
Tue Nov 24 12:36:44 GMT 1998

Posert, Bob wrote:
> Is there a user group or mailing list for expat users?

Not that I know of.

>  I'm running into
> some
> issues that other people may have solved:
> - I can't get a simple program using XML_UNICODE_WCHAR_T to work.

Unfortunately for things to work properly you need to define XML_UNICODE
as well as XML_UNICODE_WCHAR_T.  If you still have problems send me a
proper bug report.

> - What's the best way to distribute xmlparse.dll/xmltok.dll?  I'm thinking
> of
>   building dlls named <my-company-prefix>-xmlparse.dll, and
> <my-company-prefix>xmltok.dll,
>   with version information embedded, so that our install can track versions.
> We may also have
>   to build <m-c-p>xmlparseU.dll for UNICODE releases.

Unless you need access to the xmltok layer, you might find it more
convenient to have a single DLL that combines xmltok and xmlparse.


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