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- Subject: Lua+XML = forced love? (Re: FYI: what's OOP's jargons and complexities?)
- From: Asko Kauppi <asko.kauppi@...>
- Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2005 13:34:17 +0200
Instead of fighting the XML world, I think it'd be best for Lua to be
recognized as an "integrates well with XML" product. I mean, reading
in XML _seamlessly_ into Lua tables, and output, too.
I will be needing this shortly, since working with XML in C is ..
tedious. Anyone care to promote their favorite XML binding, I'll be
ps. it wouldn't hurt if this kind of functionality was even one of the
30.1.2005 kello 13:16, duck kirjoitti:
"putting angle brackets around everything is not a technology,
But, errrr, technologies like XML *put angle brackets round some
things, and not others*. This makes an important difference!
(Not least that consultants and contractors who charge by the angle
bracket get to litter there work with more of them than a simple "two
angle brackets per object" model.)