Re: [xml] calling xmlInitParser when initializing the python bindings?

On Sat, May 10, 2003 at 10:50:30PM +0200, Stéphane Bidoul wrote:
Hi Daniel,

I'm finishing the patch to initialize per-threads globals.

  okay, good :-)

I need to initialize the mutex protecting the new variables.
Since it lives in globals.c, I suppose I need a xmlInitGlobals()
that would be called from xmlInitParser().

  Hum, use xmlInitThreads() instead that's a placeholder for this

I noticed that the python bindings don't call xmlInitParser().
If I add it in initlibxml2mod, I get all sorts of errors from the
memory debugging interface.

I guess there is a good reason not to call it. Any idea?

  I think I went through this but I can't remember why/how, I got
into troubles, it probably depends where you add it in the python init


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