Re: [xml] Porting LibXML to embedded system

On Thu, Jul 03, 2003 at 07:16:38PM +0300, nur wrote:
I have a minimal linux operating system that fits on a floppy. I've been trying to add libXML support on it.
Does anyone possibly know howto do it, or any documentation about it? I have some restrictions which make 
my job harder.
Glibc-2.0.7 must be used. I think I could compiled the libXML using glibc 2.0.7. I noticed that zlib is 
necessary in order to run applications related to XML. glibc-2.0.7 does not have zlib by default. Perhaps I 
should understand the libtool first, because adding zlib might be easy. But before that, I want to know the 
feasibility of porting libXML to such a system.

  libxml2 has no specific glibc veriuon dependancy. It actually compile
on systems without glibc, and even on systems with a very restrained version
of the C library. It does not need zlib, it will use it if present at
compile time.
  Why don't you try first and report problem rather than the way around ?


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