From: Martin <cinekcvs@gm...> - 2004-03-18 21:14:26
Am Thu, den 18.03.2004 schrieb Joerg Kurt Wegner um 1:26:
> i'm the joelib.sf.net administrator and have interested to
> CVS access for your project.
> Why ? The cdk.sf.net and jmol crew is developing a RSS
> viewer which can handle chemical structures. I've the same
> interest, but for being more general i would rather add this
> facility to your code !
> Here is a short example:
> I'm interested to allow the optional JOELib library
> (reflection tests!) which shows the included CML2 molecules
> in the feed as images/icons.
> Kind regards, Joerg
wow, this looks interesting.
You should know first that rssview is a very simple viewer
and doesn't support anything except newsfeeds by now.
May I ask you a few questions about how you want to implement
these 3D-rendered models to the rssview application? You have
obviously thought about a plan how to implement your ideas.
I would like to know:
- how will you recognize that an rssfeed has got chemical
structures in it?
- how do you want to implement the viewer part? I don't want
to know about if you want to use further libraries, I just
wish a clean integration. rssview is somehow more general
and if we have a viewer for chemical structures, there
might be options to view more type of data, later.
Of course, if it's done well, we will have more support.
I will add you to our members, because the joelib-project looks
really interesting. Make sure you subscribe to our developer
mailing list. And don't forget to give keep us informed about
If you need some help, just message the mailing list.
I have to learn for my exams, so please don't be angry,
if I lag with my responses.