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D - extracting D code from HTML rocks

reply "Navyn Muhammed Rajoo" <nmr phreaker.net> writes:
extracting D code from HTML rocks

very good idea
it'll open up lots of new possibilities


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Aug 16 2001
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
I'll be most interested to see how useful this idea is in practice. -Walter

"Navyn Muhammed Rajoo" <nmr phreaker.net> wrote in message
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 extracting D code from HTML rocks

 very good idea
 it'll open up lots of new possibilities


 --
 Navyn Muhammed Rajoo
 nmr phreaker.net
 http://techarchive.findhere.com

Aug 16 2001
next sibling parent reply a <hursh infonet.isl.net> writes:
	Looking at the source for the example page, I don't see myself using
this soon.  Not until I get an editing mode that gives me the quality of
source edit I demand and still handle WYSIWYG html.  It's a neat idea
but the page source is ugly.  

Dan

Walter wrote:
 
 I'll be most interested to see how useful this idea is in practice. -Walter
 
 "Navyn Muhammed Rajoo" <nmr phreaker.net> wrote in message
 news:9lgv7p$2ih2$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 extracting D code from HTML rocks

 very good idea
 it'll open up lots of new possibilities


 --
 Navyn Muhammed Rajoo
 nmr phreaker.net
 http://techarchive.findhere.com


Aug 19 2001
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
It's really meant for an editor that html'izes the source automatically.

a wrote in message <3B807F3E.572F6BE1 infonet.isl.net>...
 Looking at the source for the example page, I don't see myself using
this soon.  Not until I get an editing mode that gives me the quality of
source edit I demand and still handle WYSIWYG html.  It's a neat idea
but the page source is ugly.

Dan

Walter wrote:
 I'll be most interested to see how useful this idea is in


 "Navyn Muhammed Rajoo" <nmr phreaker.net> wrote in message
 news:9lgv7p$2ih2$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 extracting D code from HTML rocks

 very good idea
 it'll open up lots of new possibilities


 --
 Navyn Muhammed Rajoo
 nmr phreaker.net
 http://techarchive.findhere.com



Aug 20 2001
parent reply "Sean L. Palmer" <spalmer iname.com> writes:
Walter, have you considered XML?  Or would that happen automatically as a
result of D supporting HTML?  Methinks that XML is going to swallow HTML
soon.

Sean

"Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> wrote in message
news:9lscqc$1dsj$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 It's really meant for an editor that html'izes the source automatically.

 a wrote in message <3B807F3E.572F6BE1 infonet.isl.net>...
 Looking at the source for the example page, I don't see myself using
this soon.  Not until I get an editing mode that gives me the quality of
source edit I demand and still handle WYSIWYG html.  It's a neat idea
but the page source is ugly.


Oct 23 2001
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
Others have suggested that XML would be a good match, but I haven't studied
up on XML to know what to do with it.

Sean L. Palmer wrote in message <9r3b59$8ge$1 digitaldaemon.com>...
Walter, have you considered XML?  Or would that happen automatically as a
result of D supporting HTML?  Methinks that XML is going to swallow HTML
soon.

Sean

"Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> wrote in message
news:9lscqc$1dsj$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 It's really meant for an editor that html'izes the source automatically.

 a wrote in message <3B807F3E.572F6BE1 infonet.isl.net>...
 Looking at the source for the example page, I don't see myself using
this soon.  Not until I get an editing mode that gives me the quality of
source edit I demand and still handle WYSIWYG html.  It's a neat idea
but the page source is ugly.



Oct 23 2001
prev sibling parent reply "Overlord" <peewee telia.com> writes:
Because it can be inbedded in HTML you might see precompiled modules on the
internet that you program can use as any other module and download it at
compiletime, this way you can have up to date code anytime.

You could allso write different parts of the code straight over the internet
without using that CVS crap.


Walter <walter digitalmars.com> skrev i
diskussionsgruppsmeddelandet:9lh3js$2nse$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 I'll be most interested to see how useful this idea is in

 "Navyn Muhammed Rajoo" <nmr phreaker.net> wrote in message
 news:9lgv7p$2ih2$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 extracting D code from HTML rocks

 very good idea
 it'll open up lots of new possibilities


 --
 Navyn Muhammed Rajoo
 nmr phreaker.net
 http://techarchive.findhere.com


Aug 23 2001
parent reply "Sheldon Simms" <sheldon semanticedge.com> writes:
Im Artikel <9m2tn6$295t$1 digitaldaemon.com> schrieb "Overlord"
<peewee telia.com>:

 Because it can be inbedded in HTML you might see precompiled modules on
 the internet that you program can use as any other module and download
 it at compiletime, this way you can have up to date code anytime.
 
 You could allso write different parts of the code straight over the
 internet without using that CVS crap.

"That CVS crap", as you call it, is not a distribution mechanism. It's a way to manage files that change over time. Unfortunately for you, "that CVS crap" won't be going away any time soon...
 Walter <walter digitalmars.com> skrev i
 diskussionsgruppsmeddelandet:9lh3js$2nse$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 I'll be most interested to see how useful this idea is in

 "Navyn Muhammed Rajoo" <nmr phreaker.net> wrote in message
 news:9lgv7p$2ih2$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 extracting D code from HTML rocks

 very good idea
 it'll open up lots of new possibilities


 --
 Navyn Muhammed Rajoo
 nmr phreaker.net
 http://techarchive.findhere.com



-- Sheldon Simms / sheldon semanticedge.com
Aug 23 2001
parent Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
 "That CVS crap", as you call it, is not a distribution mechanism.
 It's a way to manage files that change over time. Unfortunately
 for you, "that CVS crap" won't be going away any time soon...

<g> You don't want to know how many CVS servers are running here! Jan
Aug 23 2001