psahores at easynet.fr
Wed Apr 28 08:34:00 CDT 2004
Thanks for doing this, Sarah. Will gratly help me to put my fingers -
each after an other -, in the XML paradigm ;)
Le 28 avr. 04, à 02:23, Sarah Reichelt a écrit :
> I am actually working on an XML tutorial right now, having had
> problems myself. It's very much a case of starting small, checking all
> the results and building up gradually, but I think I'm getting there
> now. I am away for the next two weeks but hopefully I will have my
> tutorial finished by the time I get back.
> When it is ready, I was thinking of offering it to RunRev for
> inclusion with Revolution itself as it seems to fill a blank spot in
> the current docs, but I will also release it on my own web site.
> On 28 Apr 2004, at 10:08 am, kee nethery wrote:
>> I'm playing with the XML libraries and the thing I'm having trouble
>> with is understanding the terminology. The definitions are extremely
>> sparse and because of that I cannot figure out which functions do
>> what I want. What would be extremely useful are examples. Not example
>> code by itself, but example code with defined inputs and what that
>> code does as an output with that input.
>> for example this is a sample from the docs and it is just one step
>> better than useless:
>> put revXMLParent(1,"/City/Publisher") into parent
>> If treeId 1 is:
>> <Publisher name="easy">
>> <Publisher name="difficult">
>> what does "parent" get set to?
>> What would be really useful is if someone could develop an example
>> tree that can be used to demonstrate all the functions. Then I'll be
>> able to look at the sample code, look at the sample inputs, see which
>> function gets the data I'm looking for, and then use that function.
>> Right now I have to manually build a tree and then try all the
>> possible functions against it to see which function produces the
>> information I am seeking.
>> It would be so helpful if the docs had a full example tree and all
>> the example functions used that tree and showed the results they
>> would return.
>> Just my 2 cents,
>> Kee Nethery
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