Re: [xml] PATCH: compiling without sax1

On Tue, Jan 13, 2004 at 02:54:40PM -0700, Mark_Vakoc peoplesoft com wrote:

On Tue, Jan 13, 2004 at 11:56:01AM -0700, Mark_Vakoc peoplesoft com
small changes to HTMLParser.c, relaxng.c, and some test*.c  to not use
functions so that libxml2 may be compiled with relaxng and html parser
without sax1

  Still trying to trimm down the size of the library :-) ?

Yeah, I'm trying but to little avail.  My app is downloadable and program
size is very important.  I may just switch of schema (relaxng) support in
the library for 'production' releases as that buys over 100k in image size.
FYI the library hovers around 500-580k depending on compiler options for
the following options:

  yeah, schemas/RNG is a big chunk, but hard to fraction...
I worked quite a bit back in October I think to increase the "componentization"
of the library, and it was looking like that trying to split options
further would not gain much to most people....


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