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any news? xml stuff would be interesting

 
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Hallo everybody,
retired but still busy with applets and alive
even in a sourceforge project:
Using Eclipse to build 'visually' mathematical applets.
Using "ant" too (thus build.xml) I am interested if there will come something after JDBC?

Years ago xml-stuff was thought about here at the Cattledrive.

Greetings to you and especially to Marilyn!

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Greetings, Peter. Nice to see you again.

We have no current plans for XML. We've mostly reworked the servlets and jdbc assignments (finding some glitches now), but nothing yet for XML. Sorry.

Did you check the build.xml discussion in the servlets assignments?
[ August 25, 2005: Message edited by: Marilyn de Queiroz ]
 
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Dear Marilyn,

No, I will have a look at build.xml discussion, thanks.

Maybe I should look again to the 'changed' assignments?

Greetings
Peter
 
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