[Expat-discuss] Using libexpat in multi-threaded environment
nickmacd at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 06:13:23 CET 2005
Use the user data field--store your state there. Set its value at the start
of parsing and it will be passed back to each call back.
On 12/6/05, Kailas Ramasamy <kailasr at gmail.com> wrote:
> The start element, end element and character data callback functions seem
> to return no context information. When one of these callback functions is
> invoked (by the libexpat) how do I associate this to a thread.
> Appreciate your suggestions.
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