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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21536] - [PATCH] 2 new generators: MultiPartPosted XML and MS Excel content
Date Fri, 24 Oct 2003 03:23:33 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ets@tempeststrings.com  2003-10-24 03:23 -------
I just wrote and posted a 2.1 version today at
http://www.tempeststrings.com/cocoon/tse-cocoon-2.1.2-src.zip

I have a working WAR which uses my contributions to support round-trip MSExcel
<-> GnumericXML conversion. 

POI does not support conversion from MSExcel to GnumericXML. So, for that leg of
the trip, I read the MSExcel bytestream with POI's HSSF filesystem. I then
convert the POI SpreadSheet object model into a JWorkbook object model, and use
Jworkbook to write GnumericXML.
Of course the POI serializer can currently read GnumericXML and write it as
MSExcel, so that leg of the trip is already covered.

I have permission from the copyright holder of Jworkbook to distribute this
version of his library under an Apache compliant license. This permission will
not extend to future versions of Jworkbook, but anyone has the ability to modify
this branch under a different name persuant to the Apache-style license.
Therefore, if I find that I need to modify the library in any way, I'll simply
release my modifications under a new package name and reference the whole work
as having been derived from JWorkbook 0.3.0.

Please let me know if I can assist further.
-eric

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