From: Furash Gary <furashg@mc...> - 2005-01-25 21:08:39
What about XML processing?
I'll just keep asking for things until we see your list, Pat.
FYI - on a humorous note, my team thinks the Beanshell mascot is the =
best of all of the scripting languages.=20
Gary Furash, MBA, PMP
Applications Manager, Maricopa County Attorney's Office
602-506-0351 (Work), 602-725-1985 (Mobile)
From: Patrick Niemeyer [mailto:pat@...]=20
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 12:26 PM
To: Michael Pitoniak
Cc: Furash Gary; BeanShell Users
Subject: Re: re BeanShell Update
On Jan 25, 2005, at 6:40 AM, Michael Pitoniak wrote:
> =A0I believe you have a very happy customer base (myself included). I=20
> personally am getting tired of hitting the WEB page 3 times a day in=20
> fevered anticpation =A0:)
I'm glad you're excited and sorry to put a teaser on the web site... I =
just wanted to let people know that things are happening. ;)
To give you a preview, what I'm expecting to announce soon is a solid =
timeframe for getting 2.0 final followed by some plans for what should =
come between here and 3.0. I'll be making some proposals for what I =
think should be in 3.0 and asking for everyone's input.
I hope to have some more interesting news soon.
From: Shankar Unni <shankar@co...> - 2005-01-25 21:26:56
> What about XML processing?
Yeah, what about it? As in, what sort of "support" are you envisioning?
I know there are some features in VBScript, etc., for DOM/SAX processing.
Not familiar with other scripting languages and what they do to "make XML
Some concrete suggestions would be welcome as a starting point for a
discussion. Perhaps some combination of a library and a simple syntactic
layer to modify existing XML nodes, or something like that?
From: Patrick Niemeyer <pat@pa...> - 2005-01-25 21:53:22
On Jan 25, 2005, at 3:25 PM, Shankar Unni wrote:
> discussion. Perhaps some combination of a library and a simple
> layer to modify existing XML nodes, or something like that?
I do have some ideas on this and ways to address the desire for other
kinds of "domain" syntax without bloating the language...
I promise to post something about this soon.