On Sun, Oct 23, 2005 at 01:31:03PM -0400, Peter Amstutz wrote:
> <site>
>  <vobject name="configuration">

One issue with using this syntax for what are ostensibly just "configuration"
files is that using terms like site and vobject here might confuse users who
know little or nothing about how VOS works.

>   <!-- Set the output logfile  -->
>   <property name="logfile" sws="1">

What does sws mean?

>   <!-- Load the (trivially simple) 3D world from a COD file. -->
>   <child name="cod" type="vosapp:plugin">
>     <property 
> name="vosapp:plugin-path">plugins/.libs/libomniplg_cod.so</property>
>     <property name="file">worlds/blocks</property>
>   </child>

Again, XML forces you to be explicit about naming these element types, so to an
outsider it seems strange to have a child XML element named "child" (isn't that
redundant?) with a magic type.


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