Re: [xslt] Relase of xsldbg-0.7.9, : release of xsldbg-0.8.1

On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 05:37:37PM +1000, Keith Isdale wrote:
> Hi,
> Well what a response to a request for comments. I'm not  impressed with the  
> threat either.

  Not a threat, a question! If really the existing API had been broken to
the point of being unusable in practice, I was ready to start checking what
where the deployed software already relying on it, to see if the dependancy
could be removed until the API get fixed. And this wasn't a fun process 
I tell you ...

> That being said I've made a new release taged rel-0-8-1 in xsldb's cvs . 
> Which removes these problems. And yes I CAN guarantee that the breakpointAPI 
> will NOT change. 

  Sorry but that was a serious problem. I have to provide compatibility
at that point and if suddenly the KDE-2.2.2 binaries don't work any more
because the shared library for libxsltdebug they are linked against changed
its API, I will be the one who whill have to handle this :-\

> The previous code that was in breakpointAPI.tar.gz and 
> libxslt-1.0.7_ki_0.7.9.diff is NOT required. All breakpoint  functionality 
> has now moved to xsldbg. The existing code in libxslt is STILL required for 

  Excellent, so it is possible to implement the required functionalities
on top of the existing API.

> xsldbg to work   
> For the files see
>   or 
> The sourceforge documentation is out of date and will be fixed later.
> Attached is a small diff for libxslt-1.08 to fix the discussed usues. 

  Okay, I will look at it,


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