shared wasabi implementation

Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen mikkel.kamstrup at
Thu Feb 15 23:35:59 PST 2007

2007/2/16, Matthias Clasen <mclasen at>:
> On Fri, 2007-02-16 at 07:18 +0100, Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen wrote:
> >
> >         I was thinking about a small c file that implements
> >         serializing and
> >         deserializing the query language in xml and user language. So
> >         no glib
> >         and no Qt. That way we can all use it. Starting the complete
> >         search is
> >         too much. Let's see if we can pull even serializing and
> >         deserializing
> >         off decently. Emphasis should be on the right struct / class
> >         for this.
> >
> > I agree - a fast reference implementation in C could be a good idea.
> > We are going to need a sax parser though. I don't know how big the
> > glib one is - maybe we can rip it out...
> I did not really mean to jump in here, but before you rip something out
> of glib, consider just using it, please. There is no reason not to use
> glib. You should be aware that GMarkup is not a full XML parser though,
> and may miss things that you need/want.

Yes, I was just tossing ideas about... But why would a c++ indexer targeting
qt be using glib? GMarkup doesn't have namespace support afaik and that
could be a problem (maybe not)... But I would also hate to write my own sax
parser just for this purpose.

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