Re: undefined symbol xmlParseFile
- From: Vadim Strizhevsky <vadim optonline net>
- To: Brian Lalor <blalor hcirisc cs binghamton edu>
- Cc: gnome pilot list <gnome-pilot-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: undefined symbol xmlParseFile
- Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 14:10:41 -0400 (EDT)
Settled then, and now I have something real to do :)
Eskil: Can you point me in direction of the original code and what I
need to do to get to it.
Brian Lalor writes:
> On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Vadim Strizhevsky wrote:
> > > Are you volunteering for this ? Or am I reading too much into your mail ?
> > > :-)
> > I volunteer unless Brian really did mean to do it.
> Sorry, no time. :-P I may be willing to test it, tho...
> > That makes sense. I don't know if a same user will even want to sync
> > to both, but I can definately see different users wanting one or the
> > other.
> I work a lot with Emacs, so I'd want to work with 'em there. I really
> can't imagine what you'd need XML for. There aren't that many properties
> for a memo, are there? Private, category, memo text. Some meta-file
> could be maintained that kept the various flags, and then new memos just
> get default options. Maybe create directories for the categories...
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