FastSaxParser ans XFastParser

Andrew Pitonyak andrew at
Thu Nov 26 23:00:34 UTC 2020

I think that it is an external package. Search for libxml c++

so does my expectation that you need to install it and then make sure that your library includes no to look where it is installed. The latter part might come for free depending on your environment. For example, I'm Linux I probably could use dnf install  libXML and then everything would just work. But I'm just guessing. 

Hopefully this at least gives you a place to look

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On Nov 26, 2020, 5:38 PM, at 5:38 PM, "Dante Doménech" <dante19031999 at> wrote:
>I'm sorry for asking stuff like this, but I'm not a full fledged
>and stuff like this is quite hard for me.
>Starmath mathml is supposed to use FastSaxParser (or I understand
>that). At
>least changes on FastSaxParserImpl will have repercussions on it.
>on mathmlimport.cxx we do use XFastParser. However FastSaxParser is a
>class of XFastParser, so changes on it should not have repercussions on
>it's parent.
>So, what are we actually doing? And how has this stuff to be treated?
>Or at least some kind of documentation emplaining which kind of process
>we using.
>If you try to copy paste the code outside to do some customized parser,
>will break. There is that #*include* <libxml/parser.h>
>which there is nowhere to be found (opengrok also fails in looking for
>There is no such file inside the only libxml directory to be found and
>others files with that name don't seem to be related by the stuff that
>breaks when removed: xmlEntity, xmlEntityPtr, xmlChar, ... xml basic
>So, does anyone know which file is it?
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