Re: [xml] How to detect at run-time whether libxml2 was compiled with enabled mutlithreading support?

 Hi list,

Maybe if you have installed libxml2 from the sources and you still have them on your computer, you should look at config.* files. I think this is a way, especially for config.log, the "configured" part. This is not libxml2 specific by the way, available for all "./configure && make && make install " installed programs/

If you have installed it from binairies and even Daniel doesn't know...

Have good day,

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Daniel Veillard wrote:

On Wed, Aug 03, 2005 at 05:38:06PM +0300, Andrew W. Nosenko wrote:
How to detect at run-time whether libxml2 was compiled with the mutlithreading support enabled (--with-threads)?

 I don't know how to do this.

Reason of question: I just try to avoid following scenario:
 1. application builded and tested on the machine with thread-aware
     libxml2 (--with-threads).  Application linked dynamically with
libxml2, of course.
 2. user copied application (binary) to the machine where libxml2
builded without
     threads support (--without-threads).

 libxml2 should always be compiled with thread support.
Unless on a very stange OS.


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