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Intent to Package XML::Parser (Was: Re: XML as a standard UNIX config file format)

On Sun, Apr 25, 1999 at 04:13:17PM -0400, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> Daniel Martin <Daniel.Martin@jhu.edu> writes:
> > How about this as a start, then:
> > 
> > Stage 1: Make it acceptable to have large number of things depend on
> > libxml or libxmltok or some other xml parsing library - get perl's
> > XML::Parser packaged if it isn't already.  Perhaps this can be skipped 
> > if it takes too long; having many things use xml may cause this
> > acceptance anyway.
> Well, I think we need have someone package XML::Parser at any rate.

Hey, I'll volunteer for this, if no one has an objection to it... I'm
always up for packaging stuff that's different than what I currently
have (two single binary, one elisp, one documentation, and one Tcl/Tk 
script package that hopefully will make it into master, haven't heard
anything back on it yet) so that I might learn, and considering the 
number of Perl module packages out there right now, it shouldn't be 
difficult to see how it's done, so I should have it out later tonight
or tomorrow :)

So, anyone object to me doing the work?  I'll go ahead and start on 
it, anyway :)


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