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Convertor/Content type question

From: Mark <mgrice@atreus-systems.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 15:41:04 +0000
Message-ID: <3A12AE90.916F6E7A@atreus-systems.com>
To: libwww List <www-lib@w3.org>
Good day

libwww newbie user here.

I am considering using libwww. In the particular way in which
I need to use it,  I have had to had an additional content
type definition to HTFormat.h, specifically:

#define WWW_XML         HTAtom_for("text/xml")

My question(s):

- I have noticed that this content type seems to be available
when the EXML expat parser is linked in. I don't want or need
this, is there anyway to have access to this content type 
with out the link?
- is wanting this content type defined valid? That is, should it
be added to HTFormat.h. If it makes sense to add it, I would like
to do so as I would like the apps I write to work with libwww as
is, not from a special custom build.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Mark

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Mark Grice
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Received on Wednesday, 15 November 2000 10:41:16 GMT

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