Re: [xml] Possible problems making libxml2 non-threaded?

On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 08:11:53AM +0200, Carsten Aulbert wrote:
Hi Daniel

Daniel Veillard schrieb:
  Theads support is about thread safety support not about performances.
If you're sure there is nothing on the whole OS using threads and libxml2
then you should be safe. But I have no way to estimate that and would be
rather pessimistic by default libxml2 is used in many software and many
may expect the default libxml2 behaviour. Your environment seems highly
specific, and it's impossible for me to make any assertion about it.

Ah thanks for clarifying this. Reading this I think we will go forward
and build a special non-threaded package for our purposes at a
"non-system" location where our own programs may link to other programs
on the system won't be able to see it. That way only our programs would
be the ones harmed if something were going amiss.

  Yup if you can do this then that should be just fine I think,


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