[xml] How and when to use LIBXML_THREAD_ALLOC_ENABLED


I'm currently playing with the various thread schemas supported by 
libxml2 (ctls, posix and native) and came accross 
LIBXML_THREAD_ALLOC_ENABLED in "globals.h". There it reads: "In general 
the memory allocation entry points are not kept thread specific but this 
can be overridden by LIBXML_THREAD_ALLOC_ENABLED".

Since I've got only a slight image of what this could mean, I'm asking 
if someone of you could explain what it does exactly (and when it's 
usefull) and how to try it out, since my naive build with that 
definition turned on, led to unresolved symbols (__xmlFree, __xmlMalloc, 



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