Re: [xsl] Announcement: Xselerator Beta download available

Subject: Re: [xsl] Announcement: Xselerator Beta download available
From: Lajos Moczar <lmocz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2001 16:53:41 -0600
All of this discussion raises the question of doing an open source XML/XSL developers toolkit with the features and capabilities that we all need on a daily basis, like the UTF-8/16 support. I've actually messed around with the idea a while back (using wxWindows which is a cross-platform C++ GUI toolkit) and it seems like a feasible project. When you consider that we could add in special features to develop apps for a framework like Cocoon2, it could be quite a fun thing to develop. Anybody have any interest? Actually, the correct question is: anybody have any interest AND time? If so, I'm up for it.

Lajos Moczar

Sebastian Rahtz wrote:

In message <3B489A9A.E4C0629C@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Not surprising we get so many encoding heachaches here while this
attitude prevails.

To be fair, it is software without *any cost* developed in people's spare time.

I don't see the relevance. Michael does not want his money back, he wants a change in programmers' attitudes, paid or otherwise.


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