ANN: Free-DOM 0.2.3 released
donpark at quake.net
Wed Jun 3 15:46:13 BST 1998
Free-DOM 0.2.3 is a maintenance release with some bugfixes and a rehash of
DOM driver framework for more flexibility. For those interested, 0.3
release will coincide with next release of the DOM spec. This does not
necessary mean that the DOM spec will go through seven more exciting
revisions to reach 1.0 ;-p.
Just in case you are wondering, Free-DOM (and its predecessor SAXDOM) are
being used by thousands of people around the world. I was surprised to find
that most of them live in the heart of Mongolia where Java is considered
manly and practiced between horse hopping and sword dances. XML is
considered more mundane since the government of Mongolia is currently
considering whether to adopt XML as their national language. To 'speak'
XML, you use arm jestures for elements and finger jestures for attributes.
Entities are spoken with a foot striking specific regions of the listener
thus utilizing pain as part of the language. DTD subsets are indicated by
rolling their eyes before and after.
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