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From Daniel Lopez <dan...@rawbyte.com>
Subject Re: GUI for the xml.apache.org projects
Date Wed, 12 Apr 2000 20:45:58 GMT

Steve Ball has  been working on Tcl bindings for Xerces as part of his
2.0 release
It is not on his wbsite (or I cannot find it) but it is available at
ftp://ftp.zveno.com
Check also the TclXMl mailing lists archives (you can go there from his
website)

Cheers

Daniel

> Actually, SWIG should solve this for you, I believe.
> And, SWIG is already used to generate the Perl binding
> for Xerces-P (Perl binding for Xerces-C), so generating
> a TCL binding should be a snap (OK, it should be relatively 
> straightforward).
> 
> Mike
> 
> Sean Champ wrote:
> > 
> >   as salaem 'alekum.
> > 
> >     -- -- -- --
> > 
> > I'm going to start working on a TCL/TK front-end for the
> > xml.apache.org projects.
> > 
> > (need to actually learn TCL first, but that's another story.)
> > 
> > = = = =
> > 
> > if you'd like to join me on this, maybe try:
> > 
> > http://dev.scriptics.com/resource/software/java/
> > 
> > ( esp: "TCL Blend", for Java + TCL/TK )
> > 
> > = = = =
> > 
> > if the XML.Apache.org folks feel like starting up a new project
> > for this, that mightn't hurt, either.
> > 
> > = = = =
> > 
> > i can be reached directly via:
> > 
> > s-champ@pacbell.net
> > 
> > = = = = =
> > 
> > -- sean champ
> >    The Symmetry Net
> > 
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