XMLLib and What I have in the oven: Blog related (was: Re: on the topic of parsing XML... or I need examples.)
soapdog at mac.com
Wed Dec 24 10:37:42 CST 2003
On Dec 24, 2003, at 1:58 AM, Ken Ray wrote:
> You can try my all-Transcript XML Library:
> It's got full documentation as well.
I am checking you lib. Since I need only parsing now, I think the basic
version suits well. I am launching a Blog Research Project. I've
implemented blog clients from ground up for many plataforms many times.
I've done it in old System 8.5 with RB, I've done it in BSD with Python
and again in MacOS X with Obj-C, I've done it in applescript and the
like... Some people write hello world when they discover a language, I
write a blogger client.
Now I have thousands of codebases each with different features... this
is madness so I am zeroing all the development and starting a fresh one
with Revolution, this will allow me to deploy for many sys with just
one codebase. Also this will relate well with my two other projects:
[A] RevHTTPD Stack - yes, it's working and a new version will be
released as soon as this year is over.
[B] the XML-RPC Toolbox - yes, this is working and will be free.
I want to know if I can distribute the basic version of the lib with my
software... and also, soon I'll need to be able to generate xml, so if
you can accept paypal it would be plain easy to send money to you.
I plan to release a Bundle. My HTTPD Stack is able to serve dynamic
pages created as substacks (or running stacks in the IDE), with the
XML-RPC integrated with it, it will be a nice plataform to develop
distributed solutions. I've been able to make simple chat app using two
HTTPD stacks running as conduit. All comunication between stacks are
XML (I am trying the REST concept).
What people here in the list think of it? Is there a future in creating
that framework? would people here want a httpd stack that could be
pluged as conduit in their apps so remote put and get commands work?
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
> Email: kray at sonsothunder.com
> Web Site: http://www.sonsothunder.com/
Andre Alves Garzia ð 2003 ð BRAZIL
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