Re: [xml] Which interfaces should be put into LSB?

On Thu, Nov 17, 2005 at 08:21:17AM -0800, Hisashi T Fujinaka wrote:
It's an added level of abstraction for the benefit of standardization
across distros. We're trying to include the smallest subset of the
header information that would be useful to an applications developer. I

  You would first have to define what that application does. You will have
pain with this I'm afraid, because suddenly any problem with those headers
are not problems with libxml2 headers and will have to be dealt by LSB,
not by this community. This is forking a subset, with all priviledges and
duties associated with it.

each other. Is there a subset of header files that an application would
use so I can just concentrate on those?

See the previous discussion about this, I have the feeling that we are 
starting over from scratch:

I guess I missed that message. I thought I saw all the discussions
between you and Nilesh, but don't remember this.

  yes this was done really at the beginning of the discussion.


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