expat as a shared library
bhurt at talkware.net
Mon Nov 15 20:53:50 GMT 1999
I'm looking at building expat as a shared library (.so) on linux, to make
it easier to build into programs. Searching the archives reveals only one
message, from James Thompson, back in july, and no replies.
1) Is there any reason people are opposed to this?
2) Mr. Thompson ran into problems in July- have they been resolved?
3) What is the approved method for submitting patches to expat? Just post
them to the list? Send them to James Clark? Is there a cvs or ftp
repository they should be going in?
Thanks for you help.
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