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Re: [DotGNU](no subject)

From: Adam Treat
Subject: Re: [DotGNU](no subject)
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 14:23:56 -0500
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On Tuesday 26 November 2002 02:07 pm, Simon Guindon wrote:
> Basically my question is, is there any work being done to make the XML
> parser MS compliant?  I think the CLR/CLI's great asset is portability and
> doing a non-MS compliant XML parser sort of defeats the purpose, as I'd
> have to run different tree's of our software along with another version of
> Joe's library.

I am looking at adapting Mono's System.Xml for use with Portable.NET so Pnet 
should have an MS compliant XML library pretty soon.

> Just to give a little run down on what I'm working on.  I'm developing a
> Jabber client based on .NET and  the heart of it is based on a plugin
> handler I have written, but allow our application to be fully plugin driven
> and very flexible.  This system can be used for any "jabber client"
> connection, gui or not gui.  For example you could build a bot to do
> services and customize what it does by what plugins you choose to use. 
> This client will be free, and we plan to build a public community for
> developing plugins, along with releasing a plugin SDK.
> My holy grail goal, is to have a portable client, that also allows
> cross-platform plugins, XML is a big key in this.
> Another problem we have is GUI, but those are the Qt# and GTK# people's
> scope not here, but I know some of them roam this mailing list, so if one
> could contact me, I'd like to discuss a few things.  I'm currently using
> winforms for gui, but I could be convinced to switch if our needs on the
> gui end can be achieved.

I am the maintainer of the Qt# bindings and would be happy to answer any 
questions you have.  Shoot ;)



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