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From Jeremy Quinn <sharkb...@mac.com>
Subject Re: wikiLand Cocoon Application 0.1
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2002 09:20:52 GMT

On Wednesday, June 5, 2002, at 10:56 AM, ROSSEL Olivier wrote:

> Built with Cocoon, the Chaperon parser and the slash-edit 
> system, using the
> Wiki syntax, here is the announcement of the first Alpha release of
> "wikiLand".
> Available at http://lolive.net, a .war of C2.0.2+chaperon+wikiLand is
> available.
>

Great stuff!
I have not tried it yet, though I will.
I am doing some work on <slash-edit/> and 
SourceWritingTransformer at the moment, I was thinking of adding 
a Wiki Editor, but you beat me to it! ;)

Incidentally, I built a new test that replicates the "broken 
example" you made a while ago.
I did not expect it to work, but it did!

ie. I was able to have a file read, modified and written all in 
one pipeline!


Regardless of whether wikiLand gets integrated into 
<slash-edit/> as a sample or not (shall I?) .... I am changing 
the <source:write/> tag.

When Carsten added the new <source:insert/> tag into SWT, he 
devised a new scheme for the parameters, I am modifying 
<source:write/> to be the same.

Instead of attributes, we have elements.

<source:write>
	<source:source>[Required] the path to the Source</source:source>
	<source:fragment>[Required] the content to write to 
Source</source:fragment>
	<source:path>[Optional] Place the fragment at this XPath 
into the Source</source:path>
</source:write>

My system went ga ga the other night, I have not committed the 
changes yet.


regards Jeremy


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