XLL, Anything Happening?
simonstl at simonstl.com
Thu Oct 28 13:11:43 BST 1999
At 07:49 PM 10/27/99 -0400, Thomas Deckert wrote:
>I've been quietly watching the mail list to see if any information
>on the X Link Language (XLL) would pop up, but I've seen nothing.
The spec's taken some time developing, apparently, and the current version
has lots of open questions.
>The ability to link into remote web pages where one does not have
>write permissions is extremely interesting, so if anyone has information
>about any development efforts going on, or beta implementations or
>anything, please let me know!
You might check Steve DeRose's implementation list at:
I've got a resources page (for my own XLinkFilter, which has slowed along
with the spec) at:
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