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From "Jeff Martin" <jeff.mar...@dial.pipex.com>
Subject Re: some cool hacking projects...
Date Thu, 14 Oct 1999 18:14:50 GMT
Don't know whether you interest in this or not, but here's a little servlet
that
could be used as an example. It's not big and it's not cleaver but it is a
little bit of fun. It allows you to mutate the colours used in the web page
so
you can have your own custom colour scheme.

It's a bit of a hack at the moment so if people think it's what there
looking
for I can tidy it up and comment it. I might also do a JSP version as well.


----- Original Message -----
From: Anil K. Vijendran <akv@eng.sun.com>
To: <general@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: 14 October 1999 08:33
Subject: some cool hacking projects...


> While we're all waiting for the code to go public etc, here's something
> that you could take on and do if you have time and are interested. It
> would be awesome to:
>
>   1. Have a pretty printer for JSP files. Something that takes JSPs and
>      generates legal html would be perfect. You can actually use the
>      code for the JSP engine in tomcat for this too.
>   2. Emacs mode for JSP. (Beer's on me, if you're interested!)
>   3. If you have any interesting JSP or Servlet examples and don't mind
>      sharing it (it would be part of the tomcat and Apache releases
>      eventually), please send them over.
>
> --
> Peace, Anil +<:-)
>
> PS: Reply to tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org
>
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