Re: [pcgen-xml] Expanded pcg proposal
- On 10/5/05, Brass Tilde <brasstilde@...> wrote:
> Do you have a link to the definition of the OpenDocument format? ThatThe formal specification is at:
> might help me understand what you're talking about. If it doesn't
> confuse me more.
The document is just over 700 pages, but most of it describes the
details of content and style XML for word processing, spreadsheets,
drawings, and slide presentations. There is a separate chapter on the
overall package structure.
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at gmail.com>
"Society attacks early, when the individual is helpless." --B.F. Skinner
Just getting the built-in editors to work well has been an effort for a number of years now. I think that, if the code team were
to focus solely on the editors, they'd work on getting just the flat-file stuff working first before going towards the zipped
Paul W. King
OGL/PL/TM Chimp, Data Gibbon
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Subject: RE: [pcgen-xml] Re: Expanded pcg proposal
Ok ... what about an editor for the data sets, which could support the zipped or unzipped data sets automatically.
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