I'm back into this and now I want to make the SyncML WBXML weork=20
for both encoding and decoding.
What's been the progress? Have changes been integrated into CVS? How=20
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Stefan Haustein wrote:
> Hi Philippe,
> I am sorry for the confusion. If I remember correctly, Brent's changes=20
> were just to re-enable the codepage support, which seems to have been=20
> switched off by mistake, or the comment was just not reflecting the=20
> new state, probably due to a merging error introduces by myself...
> I will try to upload a maintenance release this weekend with all the=20
> bugfixes and other stuff that seems quite stable now.
> Best regards,
> Philippe Laporte wrote:
>> The multiple code page support was already in kXML2, and I had=20
>> committed the SyncML support a few months ago.
>> Unfortunately I don't have the time to look into the other things=20
>> these days.
>> Best Regards,
>> Philippe Laporte
>> Gatespace Telematics
>> F=F6rsta L=E5nggatan 18
>> 41328 G=F6teborg
>> Phone: +46 702 04 35 11
>> Fax: +46 31 24 16 50
>> Email: philippe.laporte@...
>> Stefan Haustein wrote:
>>> Hi Philipe,
>>> is your offer still valid? I'd like to get out a maintenance release=20
>>> (2.2.2) before doing larger changes. I will send you some discussion=20
>>> with Brendon Roberts in a separate mail.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Philippe Laporte wrote:
>>>> I've read some discussion threads and looked a little bit into=20
>>>> the code, it seems that the main hurdle for SyncML support is=20
>>>> support for multiple code pages.
>>>> Couldn't find anything in the archives for this.
>>>> What I was reading was from 2002, and there seems to have been=20
>>>> little progress since then. Is it purely out of lack of interest,=20
>>>> or are there other reasons?
>>>> If it's simply that no-one has had the inclination or time to do=20
>>>> it, I will be adding multiple code page support and SyncML=20
>>>> tables, and would like to contribute them back. I'll start by=20
>>>> filing a bug in the kXML2 bug system. Or should it be kXML3? How=20
>>>> have you branched these? I'd imagine such an addition would also be=20
>>>> valid for kXML3?
>>>> How does all this sound?
>>>> Best Regards,
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