On Wed, Oct 26, 2005 at 10:02:00AM -0400, Peter Amstutz wrote:
> As I said, it's not ideal, but the advantages in potential
> compatability/familiarity outweigh stylistic issues.
Perhaps. I think it might be possible to come up with less-verbose,
less-vos-idiomatic, more-obvious-to-casual-users XML with a little care.
> Oh? What does this format look like? And what kind of problems with SWIG
> are you having? What is the status of the Python bindings, anyway?
It takes any XML and makes hypervos objects out of it. The error is that
when I add the %template directive for the password authentication object and
%include it, swig crashes.
> >What the hell does "href" mean? ;)
> You know, like <a href="...">
> But I might change it.
Yeah I was kidding--- it seems familiar from HTML but it means nothing here and
will end up being more confusing unless it's actually used in e xactly the
same way as html...
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