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Re: [xml-dev] CLAX - Client-side functionality

From: peter murray-rust <pm286@---.--.-->
To: Mitch Amiano <mitch.amiano@-----------.--->
Date: 7/24/2006 10:07:00 PM
At 21:40 24/07/2006, Mitch Amiano wrote:
>So what you're looking for is a hollow shell, an application 
>framework with which capabilities can be provisioned on the fly, 
>from libraries obtained over the net?

Yes

>Or with less tightly coupled code, a sort of desktop metaphor for 
>working with XML? A Web Grazer as it were, since you need to 
>ruminate on the data and "chew the cud".

Grazer - Nice phrase :-)


>Is there no room in CLAX for visualization and interaction with the user?

Of course there will be lots. See the bioclipse screenshots. But I 
wanted to stress the non-interactive aspects.

>I note with some interest that your examples look like re-coded ANT tasks.

Probably!

>A few tweaks to OxygenXML to make it easier to integrate with ANT 
>would go a long way toward an implementation.

P.



Peter Murray-Rust
Unilever Centre for Molecular Sciences Informatics
University of Cambridge,
Lensfield Road,  Cambridge CB2 1EW, UK
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