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Re: XML idea

From: Kazunobu Kuriyama
Subject: Re: XML idea
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2004 21:38:06 +0900
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Fred Kiefer wrote:

What I would like to see here is a bit of configuration for the GNUstep libraries. If there is an OpenStep purist, he/she should be able to compile GNUstep base and gui with as mininal extensions to the OpenStep specification as possible (Here I mean a bit more than the current usage of STRICT_OPENSTEP). And a Cocoa aficionado could set another switch to get as much support as possible. The rest of us "moderates" would of course get the best of two worlds. But here I realize, I must be dreaming.

In addition to that, for application programmers, could someone define a set of conveninent macros like _OPENSTEP_SOURCE, _GNUSTEP_EXTENSIONS,
_X102_SOURCE, _X103_SOURCE and so on in, say, GSConfig.h?
Usage of these macros is just like _POSIX_SOURCE, _BSD_SOURCE, _SVID_SOURCE,
and _GNU_SOURCE which are found in features.h of glibc. Or, -make can be used
just like imake does.  How about it?

- Kazunobu Kuriyama

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