-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On Tue, 25 Oct 2005, Reed Hedges wrote:
I'm also inclined to avoid XML a bit, though it will be attractive to people who want to convert from other XML formats, and simply for buzzword compliance.
As I said, it's not ideal, but the advantages in potential compatability/familiarity outweigh stylistic issues.
Also, I have a python script that creates vobjcets from XML and it was pretty easy to write, I haven't added it to CVS yet since it can't deal with authorization login yet due to some weird problem with swig.
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?
... What the hell does "href" mean? ;)
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