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Re: Merge conflicts

From: Werner Donné <werner.donne@re.be>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 09:16:45 +0100
Message-ID: <478B1A6D.4010907@re.be>
To: ietf-dav-versioning@w3.org


I don't know who wrote this. It was certainly not me.



Werner Donné wrote:
> My offer to zip up the libxml2-2_4_27 port I have is still open (see
> above). It will build on VAX (even with GNU C). The TRIO stuff has
> been hacked to avoid IEEE and fp_class issues as much as possible.
> However, as previously pointed out, if your application depends on
> IEEE floating point (i.e., stuff like NAN), then no VAX libxml2 port
> is going to work properly (unless someone has an IEEE floating point
> emulation library for VAX).
> My port is designed to work with Mosaic, so the build only includes
> enough to compile and build an object library. It doesn't include
> any of the tests, docs, etc. If nothing else, it would show you
> what needs to be hacked in the TRIO files.
> Building the perl libxml module gave me some problems, had 3 undefined
> symbols due the length of a couple of function names, that exceeded 31 
> chars.
> I fixed that and now I can use the parser with my perl test construct. 
> Just checked
> it out and it's also pretty fast with the rte envisonment of Wasd.
> Will see, how I can build up that homepage project. But for now I am
> happy.-)
> Thanks to all you guys that helped me out and tried to get me on the
> path!

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